The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1960 · Page 3
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* * AROUND ALGQtiA Mrs fcen Poiter wenl lo Iowa City Thursday for an oxamina- tint) ;il University Hospitals. —-o— The eniire family of Mrs Maty D< vine will have ;i reunion ami 'limifT ;il her home here Thanksgiving Day. —o— Deborah Ann, infant daughter of Mi and Mrs Lyle Alberts, was baptized Sunday at the Presbyterian church, —o— Mrs W. A. Foster will have as guests Thanksgiving Day. Dallas Foster of FoVt. Dodge 'and the, Wesley Bartlctts of Algona. Mrs John Grotte is a patient at University Hospital at Iowa City. Sue LaBarre is home from Iowa Stale University for bet- ween-t|iiarters vacation with her mother, Mrs Don Ferris. Marlene Louise, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Lallier, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Elbert's Oklahoma Service Station Guild, business women's circle of the .Presbyterian church will moot Monday evening at the homo of Mrs D. G. Clopton. •—o— The regular men's meeting of the Moose lodge will bo held this evening (Tuesday) instead of Thursday because of Thanksgiving. Mrs Kenneth Seely and daughter, Kendra spent Friday and Saturday at Mason City with the former's sister, Mrs Harold Sorenson. —o— . ' Mrs Clifford Eitieringion returned home Saturday from Lutheran Hospital at, Fort Dodge where she had been a surgery patient. Mr and Mrs Dick Post are being visited by the latter's mother, Mrs Lillian White of Manilla, who came for the funeral of an aunt, Mrs Sigrid Haggard. FOR WINTER DRIVING SAFETY GUARANTEED Immediate service from coast to coastl GUARANTEE 1 We guarantee our New Tracdt nntl Winter Treads, bearing th« Firestone Quality Tread Medallion an! the shop code mark, to be free from defects in workmanship and materials, tf examination by us or any Firestone dealer or store discloses • defect in the tread or cord body, it will be repaired or an adjustment made on the cost of another New Tread or Winter Tread, prorated on tread wear and based on the list price current at the time of adjustment. Tirttfont • * . * applied on sound tire bodies or on your own tires WINTER TREADS for hr ^^ ^^^ Plus U, sntf a^HHBa^ilsVB <wo ricapptbl * 7.50-14, Tubeless Type! Blick * ALL sues, ALL types priced proportionately LOW EASY PAY- -} . . DAY TERMS"< Bunted Thru Ice, Mud and Snow or WE PAY THE TOW! Save on a PAIR, of new Tire stone WINTER (off last winter's price) EACH •.10-19 llaet Tube-Type Mayo* plui tax and rccippibls tire Joe Bradley Equipment Your FIRESTONE Wholesale and Retail Dealer or VIKING OIL CO. Algona LAPPE SERVICE Burt CHROME SERVICE Algona KRAUSE "66" Fenton MURRAY OIL CO., Bancroft Mrs Tom Kinsey of Ames spent the week-end here with her parents, Mr mid Mrs Harry Skog- strpm. " * Mr and Mrs Craig Vinson and family of Rock Rapids were; Sunday dinner guests of the former's mother, Mrs Milton Dahl. —o— Mrs Steven Kenefick and daughter, Carol have been visiting her parents-in-law, Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick here. They expect to join Sleven in Japan soon. —o— The Lakoia Presbyterian young people will be hosts to the Algona, Hurt, Lone Rock and Ring- sled Presbyterian youth at a skating party Friday evening nt • he Star Holler rink. Mr and Mrs Marlin Meehl- hnuse anrl daughters, Zekla and Linda, plan to go to Denver, Colorado Wednesday to spend h " - Thanksgiving with" hause's parents. Mr Mechl- — — The five-parish annual Thanksgiving clothing drive is being held this week. Items are to be brought to the east door 'of the new addition at St. Cecelia's Academy for processing and packing by the students. • — o — Douglas Cook, five year old son of Mr and Mrs George Cook, came home Saturday from Uni- versity Hospitals at Town City. Hr> had been a heart surge.ry patient there since the middle .of October. Mrs Jim Shipler entertained at a family dinner Sunday in observance of the baptism of two of her grandchildren, Brian Scott, son of Mr and Mrs William Marshal), and Crystel Lee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Shipler, at First Presbyterian church. •—o— Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley had as their dinner guests Sunday their parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Winkelman of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs J. C. Mawdsley, in honor of Kristine Rene, who was baptized at the morning service at the. Presbyterian church. —o— Mrs Clint Sampson and grandson, Scott Sampson arrived Saturday from Glendalc, Calif., to visit Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson. Mrs Clint Sampson left Monday for a few weeks at La Crosse, Wise, and will return here until after Christmas. Scott remained with the Tom Sampsons and will also visit his maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wallace Simpson at Whittemore. _o— Men's Club of the Methodist church are preparing the Nativity Scene at the fairgrounds for display during the Christmas season. Lyle Steele is chairman Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 Alaona (la.) Upper Be« Molnei-9 of preparing the scone and the building. Wallace McDougall is president of the club and is signing up workers to serve two-hour watches during the time the scene will be open from Dec. 1627. The three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi observed the twenty- fifth anniversary of the sorority in Algona with a banquet Saturday evening. Maxine Clegg was toastmistress and Wilma Pickett, Helen Haas and June Nelson spoke. Pledge ceremonies followed with Myra Teeter and Wanda Grote pledging Alpha Psi chapter, June Olson, Virginia Swan, Carol Fcldmnn, Ardi.s Smith and .Marline Bioem. Xetv. Xi and! June Simp/on, Xi Xi. A dance followed. .--(-;„.._ Mrs W. .]. Fuller entertained her bridge, club Wednesday af-~ ternoon. —r,.._ Mrs C. R. Mi'Qiii.'-inn enl'M-lriin- ed the II;'ppy nn-'.lul.'iy club Friday afternoon. ' - • o — Union Township If'ii^emakers /net at. the home o!' 'Mi ; VVnlti-r" Heedt Nov. 17. A pmciam add lesson followed th'' ;> i\i!:ir meet-' ing. Cancer movies wi,e sho\\n,, by Mrs Phil Diamond. SNEAK A PEEK THIS (WEEK AT OH BOY- Fun and excitement in Algona this week-end! Happy throngs seeing sparkling Christmas windows . . . hearing the tinkle of holiday music . . . little folks wide-eyed at glittering toy displays . . . and all on the lookout for old St. Nick himself ! Join the party and be in Algona this week-end! USE OUR CHRISTMAS Your Christmas Store of Large Selections and Lower Prices We don't mean 'just take a peck' .... come right in and look us over ! Your friendly GRAHAM Store has been transformed into a wonderful Christmas store - with everything in place from GRAHAM'S TOY CIRCUS to GRAHAM'S GIFT SHOP, and all the other good things you expect of Graham's at Christmas-time) Helpful Graham salespeople will give you expert assistance in gift selection. Grcham's will see that your gift choices are handsomely gift-wrapped. Graham's will 'lay-away' those important gifts for you until you want them later. But best of all, Graham's is wonderfully and completely ready right now as 'Your Christmas Store of Large Selections and Lower Prices!" CHRISTMAS GIFT BELL-RINGERS! e? . Specialty-Selected GRAHAM Gift Merchandise - At Special GRAHAM Prices Ladies Briefs Smart buy for yourself — and for gifls! Tailored rayon briefs in lustrous finish, colors pink, blue, white. Siz„, as 5 to 7. 39c Seamless Hose Famous 'Cannon' hose — luxury seamless sheers at a budget price! Shelltone and Softone shades. Medium and long. Sizes 9 to 11. Gift Handbags No. 1 choice for (most women! In rich plastic leathers and tape- estries. Glowing Blacks, smart Grey, Luggage Tan and other colors. 2 98 SHOP GRAHAM'S for Christmas jewelry glitter! Right now, a beautiful dollar selection of necklaces, earrings, pins, clips, bracelets, even brooches! Shining silrer, burnished gold, rhinestones, and the fascinating vintage shades so high fashion this year! Gift Pillows Colorful! Dozens and dozens of stunning throw pillows in decorator colors and in both smooth and textured fabrics. Some with big center b'uiton. Buy by the two's and three's! Kiddies Mittens Oh. such a lot of gay, bright, wonderful mittens and gloves you find at Graham's! For all sizes and ages of Boys and Girls. Bright colors and tricky designs they'll love. Boys Gift Set Boys handsome white dress shirt with tie — the set neatly packed in a sparkling gift box and all for this low Graham price! Top gift choice for boys on your list. ^^^^^•^^•^•••^••^^^^•••IH^BMHMBHMHH^HiHH^^^HHl^l^^^^^^^^MHi^^Hi^MMH^^HHBHMil^^^^HH^^HHHBiiHiHH^HHBiHHm Visit Graham's Children's Departments! Top Fashion for GIRLS ! PURPLE Two - Piece Cord Sets Tiny or teen-size, she'll glow in this set! Solid color slacks with swanky printed poncho — and both in rich PURPLE (so new!) Just arrived and unpacked at Graham's for this week. Sizes 3to6x Sizes 7 to 14 3.98 4.98 KNIT SLEEPERS 959 For tots 1 to 4 yean — farnous Hanes Grow-A-Year sleepers that unsnap to grow with your little on*. Two-piece, with fe*t In nice selection of soft pastel colors and 'Kiddie Prints'. HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS for boys and girls 4 to 14. Tie Hood, knit wrists and waist. Fleece-lined for warmth. Choice of red, canary, navy BOYS SPORT SHIRTS that bring you everything — suede flannels, ginghams, broadcloths — in trim, full-cut tailoring. Boys sizes 2 to 16 - "• WW»»»™ (1.98 PRETTY DRESSES Holidays ahead call for one special Graham dress! Crispy new frocks featuring polka dots, gay prints, candy stripes, etc. Sizes 4 to 6x and 7 to 14. (Other girls dresses $2.98 to $5.98). 3. 9 «

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