The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1965 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 9, 1965
Page 12
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Doubly Delightful Family Gift! 12-Algona, (la.) Upp*r Deft Metal* fhuriday, December 9, 1965 for MOM! PATCHWORK ROCKER 95 59 No Money Down Mom will lov« th« comfort, th» goy look of thli Colonlol wing* back rocker. Mod*rn fabrics, Slylcfoam cushioning for long wear, deep-down comfortl,,.,,,, IT ROCKS— IT SWIVELS IN A SMOOTH 360° C/RCLE for DAD! £ATCHWORK RECLINER No Money Down Dod'i chair It a companion to Mom'i, with an extra-high back for man-ilxed comfortl Revert- Ible xlppered cushion. A chair he con really relax Inl ALL-POSITION FOR-HEAD TO TOE COMFORT! Met I tti offtri cpply I* oil Oombl«-own«d item and lo mail D.ol.r ifofM. BUY NOW! NO PAYMENTS 'TIL FEB. 1,1966 MR. AND MRS. Harold Angus have named their new son Harold Christopher. Their first-born, he Is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus of Santa Ana, Calif. Maternal grandmother Is Mrs. Edwin Wallace of Wlnnebago, Minn. Birth occurred at St. Ann hospital Nov. 29, with the new baby weighing 8 Ibs., 3 oz. MRS. NEVAMUNGER returned yesterday (Wed.) to her home In Spencer, after spending two weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund and family, whose new son arrived at St. Ann hospital Nov. 24, The newcomer has been named David Victor and weighed 7 Ibs., 14 oz, at birth. Other sons in the family are John, 13, and Tom 3 1/2. MR. AND MRS. Bill Carman returned Friday from Dallas, Texas, where they spent two weeks visiting their sons, Donald and Jerry and families. While there their son, Bill Jr., wife and baby of Sacramento, Cal. arrived by air to also visit. The three brothers had not been together for six years so It was a most enjoyable reunion. THE ANNUAL V. F. W. and Auxiliary Christmas party was slated for Wednesday evening, Dec. 8, with a gift exchange. LuellaWolf, Auxiliary president, and Wayne Goodman, post commander, were in charge. The lunch chairman was Georgia Fitzpatrick. MRS. EARL MILLER has been here from Spring Valley, Minn, to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. C. N, Robinson and to attend with her the funeral services Friday at Harris for Mrs. Robinson's brother Perry Rlckabaugh, 87, who had been in a rest home at Spirit Lake. The Perfect GIFT For A Man! i •."..& ift NEVER NEEDS IRONING VANOPRESS New Van Heuien shirt of Dacron* and cotton never needs ironing A Von Heuien Vanopress dress ihlrt Is totally prtned the day It Is mode. It will n«vtr need to be pressed again. Van Heu»en uses a new deferred-cure proceis. The chemical reaction that give* It durable presi occurs after the shirt i* made. Vanopren cures, moldi and permanently preiiei every Inch, every detail . . . collar, cuffi, »leeves, yoke, seam», body ... In one operation on newly Invented Ajax presiei. The press stays. And becauie It's made of Dacron polyester and cotton, the »hirt itays white while It laitt and laiti, Long-sleeved, full size range, $6.95. ACGONA.IOWA MR. AND MRS. Ed Adams were at Madison, Wls., last week visiting with the latter'sbrother- in-law" and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Papcewich. MR, AND MRS. A. B. Alexander have been visited by their nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs, James bowman and little son Jim. mle of Whibbey, Wash., a naval base where Mr. Lowman Is In service. MRS. EVA Deim andher sister Mary Bieser have returned from Spencer where they have spent two weeks with their brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs L. R. Hornbuckle. MR. AND MRS. Woodrow Johnson spent Thanksgiving weekend at Omaha, Neb. with their son- in-law and daugher, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hobbs. DR. AND Mrs. Joseph Rooney have had as guests the past two weeks the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rooney of Cedar Bluffs, Neb. who left for their home Sunday. MR. AND MRS Eugene Schattschneider have had as recent dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson, and Greg of Ft. Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hardgrove and Jack. Other recent supper guests have been Mrs. Ella Schattschneider and Darlene. MR. AND MRS. Ollle Nasby were visited Sunday by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nyborg and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. MRS. KATHRYN Mahoney has been visited by Mrs. Helen Flynn and daughter Joan of Minneapolis, Minn. They also came to see the daughter Carol Flynn at St. Ann where she is hospitalized for injuries suffered in a recent auto accident. Carol teachers speech therapy In the Ft. Dodge school system. • • • i • MRS, ROSE Smith has sold her house on South Thorlngton street to Mr, and Mrs, George Fitzgerald and is moving to Paul- Una where her son-in-law and daughter Mr, and Mrs. M, W, Knuth live, She has purchased a mobile home, BETTY Holt will be home from Iowa City, where she is a student, Dec. 17, Her brother Alan will come a little later from Ames and their holidays will be spent with the parents Mr, and Mrs. F, M, Holt, MR. AND MRS, Willaim Dau Jr. moved Monday into their new home on West College street, VERNE McClure spent Tuesday and Wednesday at DesMoines attending a fair ass'n convention. MR, AND MRS, Arnold Ball have returned to Prescott, Ariz., after a visit here with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson and others. MR. AND MRS. Louis McEnroe have had as guests Dr. and Mrs. George Auer, of Guttenberg. They were here during the pheasant hunting season. MRS. CATHERINE Harris, aunt of Mrs, Louis McEnroe has been here from Los Angeles, Calif, and spent a week. During her visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuyper of Garner were dinner guests, Mrs. Kuyper is the Mary McEvoy, daughter of the late Ed and Katherine McEvoy, well remembered Algernons. STERLING Logue who lives at Grand Island, Neb,, has been having a vacation and came here to visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs, Charles Logue and brother Duane and family. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Murtagh and little grandson Jackie Thoreson have returned from University hospital at Iowa City where Eugene and the lad had check-ups. Both reports were excellent. The Christmas Gift that'll still look new... •\ many miles from now! i • IT PACKS MOREI IT'S BRAND NEWI Take Samsonite Silhouette* The Perfect Christmas Gift for'Everyone You'll never have to wonder about the Impres- slon you make when you give Samsonite Silhouette...the luggage that Is trim, sophisticated and elegant. Light magnesium frame, scuff and stain .resistant exterior, hidden locks. Interiors designed for wrinkle free packing. Available In smart fashionable colors for ladles and men. A. Beauty Case $27,95 B. Week End Tote $27,95 C. 26" Pullman Case ' $45.00 D. 24" Companion Case $34.50 E. Three Suiter $47.50 Samsonite Streamlite? THE CLASSIC LUOOAQI THAT NIVIR QOIS OUT Of 1TYLI That's exactly the spirit in Sam- sonite Streamlite and it won't put a dent in your Christmas budget either. Nothing can muss a wardrobe when It's packed away in Streamlite. It's got a seal-tight closing to protect it. Travel scars wipe off easily from Streamllte's sturdy finish. Colors available for ladies: Rawhide Finish, Hawaiian Blue, Saddle Tan. For men: Colorado Brown, Saddle Tan. A. Men's Two Suiter . . $24.95 B. Men's Companion'. . $16.95 C. Ladies' ?6" Pullman . $26-95 0. Ladles' O'Nite .... $18.95 E. Beauty $14.95 The luggage that sets the pace for luxury HUB LEUTH 1IAMS AUGQNA.IOWA

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