The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1965 · Page 12
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ft ocvct-y CHRISTMAS PARTY Ruth circle of the Presbyterian church will meet Dec. 7 at 8 o'clock. This Is a Christmas party. - o BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. L. E. Linnan entertained her birthday club at a luncheon Dec. 5. The birthday of M rs. Cydney Laird was observed and the afternoon was spent at bridge. - o BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. John Cash, Mrs. Chester Schoby, Mrs. Ray Potter, Mrs. D. E. Dewel and Mrs. Milton Norton entertained at a bridge party Dec. 6. CAROLLING PLANNED Dec. 12, the Marine rs and U. P. Y. F. of the Presbyterian church will go carolling for the sick and shut-ins. Sunday, Dec. 19, the sanctuary choir will present a cantata "Born a King" during the morning service. At 7:30 that evening a cantata "Unto Us a King" will be presented. - o - LINDA SCHMIDT, 16 The sixteenth birthday of Linda Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt, was observed Dec. 1 and a family dinner held. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Moore and Nancy Moore. A further observance was held Dec. 4 at which several of her girl classmates were guests. The time was spent at games. - o - PRESENT PROGRAM "The Rhythmettes", consisting of Mrs. Floyd Holt, Mrs. Lee Schenck, Mrs. Vincent Bernardo and Mrs. Phil Doocy, Bancroft, wenttoEmmetsburgDec.7 to present a program at a C. D. A. meeting. - o - MRS. ESTHER Barton went to Webb last Wednesday and with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook, had Thanksgiving dinner at the farm home of the Cook's son, Jim Cook family. The J. R. Cooks brought her home Thursday. MRS. EDNA Harr spent Thanksgiving at Livermore with Algeria (la.) Upper to* Moln« Tuesday, December 7, 1965 stock during the remainder of the hunting season this year. A notice, including a map of the area involved will be found elsewhere in today's issue of the UDM. A couple of the farmers living in the area canvassed the other farmers involved and a petition was signed by about 30. They are sponsors of the ad and drive to protect their property. The area extends northeast from Algona along the river to the line between Plum Creek and Portland townships. her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing and family. BERNARD GOECKE came from Maryville, Mo. and his brother Vincent came from Mason City where they are students at the college and junior college respectively and spent the Thanksgiving holiday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke. Farmers Post Entire Area "No Hunting" A group of farmers with prop- perty adjoining the Des Moines river in Union and Plum Creek townships northeast of Algona have posted their land "no hunting" until January 1, 1966, in an effort to protect their live- TURNIPS A turnip field grown by the Leonard Dirks northwest of Akron produced a big crop this summer and among those harvested there were two of exceptional size; one weighed 16 Ibs. and another 10 Ibs. ^H § THE JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF N.W. IOWA See For Yourself! This Is Where "THE WISE ECON- IOMIZE — and get Better Values, Too" when You Buy I Your WINTER WEAR at DIAMOND'S. SPECIALS MEN'S PARKAS Zip-off Hood — Reg. $12.95 Value 16 oz. wool insulated lining, 36-46 9 99 Parka as pictured has insulated quilted lining and orlon fur hood that splits to make fur collar or hood. 38 to SO's $15.95 INSULATED HOODED SWEATSHIRTS Laminated too! Thermo lined for warmth and a full zipper for front opening. Navy—Olive —Drab and Grey. All sizes. 5 oz. bonded DACRON INSULATED UNDERWEAR MACHINE WASHABLE and DBYABLE Reg. S - M - L - XL 111.87 Longs 12.87 & 13.87 Daeron Sox pair $1.99 DACRON INSULATED VESTS $2.99 S - M - L - XL SPECIAL/ Men's All-Weather COATS Orion Pile Zip-Out Lining PLAIDS Truly a $24.95 Value MEN'S SIZES only $17.95 X-long . O'Sfee . $18.95 $18.95 BOYS SIZES $12.99 $8.99 Rubber Footwear SPECIALS Afacf e 2-BUCKLE 6 - 13 i J MEN'S THERMO UNDER. WEAR SPECIAL Warmth without Weight. Fine combed, cotton air cells keep heat in. S-M-L-XL $1.99 top or bottomli X-TALL__ $4.49 MEN'S ZIPPERS '4.99 SHEEP LINED $9. MEN'S 4-BUCKLE DRESS $4.99 BOYS' 4-BUCKLE DRESS $4.49 Men's WORK 4-BUCKLE $5.99 Men's 5-BUCKLE $6.99 Men's EXTRA HEAVY $8. SUP ON's-6-14...$5.99 up AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE Here's another perfect aUt . , . American Tour- iiter Luggage, the world'* mod wanted luggage. Per- manite coverlngi, luih, quilted Interior!, and In eight ilxei for the young man or woman. You Can't Beat S This Value! ^ BOYS' INSULATED STORM PARKAS Nylons - Cords - Sateens ORLON LINED MACHINE WASHABLE Zip-Off Hood Regular $10.98 Sizes 4 -16 3 colors to choose from MEN'S HEAVYWEIGHT FLANNEL SHIRTS S • M • L $2.79 kind $1.99 Register Every Time You're In - DIAMOND'S CHRISTMAS GIFTS to be given away December 22 - Stereo Hi Fi, Sewing 5 Machine and Cabinet, Telescope and Tripod, Phono Records and five other awards! ^ k

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