The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1965 · Page 26
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 26

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 24, 1965
Page 26
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lO-Algono, (la.) Upper De* Mo!ne« Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1965 SOCIETY NEWS METHO-MATES * The Metho-Mates met Sunday evening in the Fireside room. Emily Nevitt was guest speaker and showed slides of her Blackfoot Indian project in Montana. They built a new chapel last summer. The Perry Collins and Roy Hutzells were hosts. - o - DINNER MEETING The Wesleyan Guild dinner meeting was held Nov. 22. Mrs. Glenn Graham is president. - o - HOST CLUBS Mrs. William Specht entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. John Dutton will be hostess to her bridge club Nov. 26. ATTENDS MEETING Mrs. Jess Dugan went to Burt last Monday to attend a club meeting at Mrs. Esther Sorenson's, Last Tuesday Mrs. Dugan entertained her club and Wednesday she was hostess to her bridge club. - o - NEWCOMERS MET Newcomers club met Nov. 16 at the home of Jean Taylor with two new members present, Diane Westling and Louise Engstrom. The program consisted of a demonstration on cosmetics by Diane Ashland. Winners at bridge were Joan Guffy and Sharon Bomgaars. Kathy Hilbert and Marie Ewen won at 500. The next meeting will be Dec. 14 at Hotel Algona. Attends Conference Mary Ann Erpelding of Algona is one of 17 Ottumwa Heights I0£AS FROM SAITER'S Miniature Swivel HURRICANE LAMP 'imported swivel lamps-4V4 .inches high. For wall hanging lor swivel used for table use. .Copper finish, lamps come in F either Ruby or Amber. Colonial BOX 4 and COVER SET New and exciting beauty in detail molded clear crystal typ« glass. Famous coin and eagl* design. Use as stack jar or as one section with lid for candy box. Handsomely gift-boxed. Regular $1.98 99* SEETHE SENSATIONAL THE VERY LATEST IN TABLE LAMPS ALWAYS CHANGING FASCINATING MOTION 6 DAZZLING COLOR COMBINATIONS ^t SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE Grumbachcr Artist Supplies . . Custom Picture Framing College teacher-education students who attended a regional Education Ass'n meeting at Kit. St. Clare College, Clinton, last week. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Jas- person have had as guests the latter's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs, Arlo Ball, Prescott, Ariz., who went from here to Clear Lake to visit with Mrs. Ball's parents. The Balls will be here tor Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Jasperson. The largest white diamond, the Cullinan (3,106 carats), was found in South Africa. for pur WI8TIUS ANGEL CARTER'S NORTHERN BRIGHTS Carter's cozy brushed cotton knit sleepers are all fun and fashion. Fit generously. Wash gloriously. All with Carter's exclusive Safety-Step feet. All Carter-Set so they won't shrink out of size. j£^,j—^^ ffa^f "^r^r-^™-* l, e :J^\ *V 0 -*jf JK-'»>. ^~-~Z. Boys' two-piece sleeper with Gro- Feature waist. Blue or red Little Gems print. Sizes 6 mos.-4 years. »3.5O. Girls' two-piece sleeper with Grc- Feature waist. Red or aqua Little Gems print. Sizes 6 mos.-4 years. *3.~ Boys' two-piece pullover sleeper. Blue or red Little 3ems print. Sizes 3-8 years. *4. two-piece pullover sleeper. Aqua or red Little Gems print. Sizes 3-8 years. ^9 9 SHEAKLEYS Children's Oept. - 2nd Flpor

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