The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1965
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B-Afgono (la.) Upper DM MotnM Tuesday, April 13, t965 AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS! JELLY BIRD EGGS PANNED MM EGGS MELLO CREAM PETS MM CHICKS & RABBITS Reg. 29c Bag 4 Bags 88 FOIL WRAPPED CHOCOLATE MM EGGS Reg. 3 for lOc 1.67 B.X Box of 80 SAVE $1.00 Box 25 From Area Entered In Speech Finals Twenty-five students from thror area high schools competed during the weekend In the state finals of the Iowa High School Forensic League at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Mire than 500 students from 70 schools participated. Attending from this area were: Maureen O'Brien, Jackie Kinden, Mike Stillm.m, Greg Buchanan, Karen Lierley, Karen Charles, Barb Madin, JaneRaney and Cheryl Rusk, Algona high; John Bradley,Daniel Bray, Philip Boniunn, Robert Sclimitt,Gerald Miller, Steven Schuller, James Schiltz, Rol>ert Smith and Edward Welp, Garrigan; and Charles Jensen. Rhonda Miller. Dennis Mc- Millan, Tom Hoien, Larry Hoppus, Craig Christiansen and John Phillips, Ringsted. Instructor at Algona high is John Vint and at Garrigan, Sister Mary Ignatius. PIHSONAlS MR. AND MRS. Perry Lowman are being visited by the latter's brother Clarence Nordstrom, Portland, Ore. He plans to go from here to New York City for a visit with his daughter, Mrs. H. B. Drlggs and husband. MR. AND MRS. Phil Diamond have been making frequent trips to Fort Dodge to see the former's mother, Mrs. Irving Diamond, who is hospitalized there. MR. AND MRS. James Kolp and children spent the weekend at Minneapolis and saw "My Fair Lady" and cinerama. MRS. CLARENCE Morrall Is leaving April 15 for a visit till June 1 with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold LaVier, Torrence, Calif. She is making the trip via jet. HAROLD HUTCH1NS has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital. MRS. GERTRUDE Faulstick had as dinner guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henderson and Tod, Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Faulstick, Hugo Karlson, Lincoln, Neb., the Art Leek, Lewis Fraser and James Baker families and James Bierstedt, Whltte- more. JO ELLEN Milder, student at the college of St. Teresa, Winona, Minn., came April 14 for her spring vacation. She will be here with parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milder, till April 25. MRS. CAROLINE Kunkel suffered a sprained ankle in a fall on the ice recently. EGG5 QQc IN WINDOW BOX V \f NAME IMPRINT FREE! (•••••^•••••••••••••iBMHHHBI^BWMMMimMMMHH Chocolate Marshmallow Eggs 20 per Box BOX SAVE 32c Box CHOCOLATE CREME EGGS ASSTD. CENTERS Reg. 5c each 10 For 37 C HARRISON'S (ALGONA'S LEADING VARIETY STORE) EASTER HAT SPECIALS $499 Rising new shapes such as the bubble crowns shown make you the loveliest lady in the Easter Parade. Variety of styles. The Chrischilles Store EASTER HAT AND BAG SET A pretty way for little girls to be, matching hat and bag sets of straw and dainty laces. DIAMOND'S PARADE OF VALUES Check This Ad And See For Yourself Why The WISE ECONOMIZE and get Better Values, Too, at DIAMOND'S. The NEW Wash 'N Wear KORATRON Slacks ./ \\ V ...THAT NEED NO IRONING ...EVER! Continental Ivy or with the fuller cut — belt loop models. Black or Loden Green. size 29 to 42's Girls! Boys! BLAST JACKETS In Nylon or Madras Style. Boys' — Girls' Nylon S - M - L SLACK SALE $ Wash and Wear Cotton & Zantrei SLACKS Values to $4.95 29 to 42's Blacks — Tan — Green NOW ONLY Men's & Women's sizes Many Colors and Styles to choose from. THEY ARE HERE I The Latest in Short Sleeve Crew Neck SWEAT SHIRTS Rainbow of Colors -f- one more I S - M - L - XL SPORT SHIRT RIOT! THE LATEST IN STYLES & FABRIC Wash & Wear All Boys sizes 6 to 18 $1.59 & $1.99 MtN'S SIZES $ _ M - I - XL -XXL 14'/2 tO 19'/2 $1.99 - $2.99 - $3.99 CALLING ALL GIRLS I I Wrangler CUTOFFS For Girls in White Wheat Pink Light Blue Dark Blue Sizes 8-18 Reg. $2.99 | Xtra Special - WOMEN'S VINYL RAINCOATS with hood 88c Men's WORK SHOE SPECIAL! CORK SALE Acid Resistant Upper Reg. $7.49 6- 13 size Don't Forget DIAMOND'S For A 'Complete stock I of Rubber Footwear and Rainwear of all types. I

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