The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1960
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. AROUND ALGONA Mr and Mrs Kenneth Parrish h.'ivc II.-IIIK (I 1 in ir ir-u' I|;III|',|I|IT •I'.il.r K;iy. Siir vviis ln-iii IKv. I. t , •- • Cub Scouts of pack 70 will go fill ulm;. ; VvViin'-M'.i) CM :I<M , i( , u | ( '"-ll In Ih' !,,<< :;!;I|;I,M lur n-- Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson I'l.'ivi- n;mu (I ihrir iw\< : «n l!an- 'l.v Di -.-in. lie w.-r; ho.-n N v. :'. i :il • l 'i. An:i lm:;pil;il. ... n Mrs W. W. Sullivan will be Imslrs.s ID Hie Hrl C.'ni'lu music cluh nl ;i utir:;t tr;i We <ln<>sd;iy H'lrrnnon. Mrs l-d.-'d F.,;I;ICS in is il.'r <'li,'l|r d|' ||)c rnL'i'IUH i. • . Mrs Homer Lindhorst is a [).-it a nl al. Mercy ho.spitnl nl Ma.Min Cily. Mrs Lenore Hiltz was hostess to In r hiithday Huh al a Christinas pot-hick luncheon Monday. • ii — Mrs Ed Blumer Xvill be hostess In her ^cu-ini.', cltih al a Christinas put-luck hi:-.c.ieoii Tuesday. Xi Xi Exemplar chapter of I!( ta Sir;ma Phi will havi- their Chi islnias fjarty Tuesday i.-ven- <inn;, Ore. 20, !il' Van's Cafr. Mrs Phil Diamond is hostess. Then: will be a dinner followed by a ;.-.ill exchange ana cards. Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson of Fcnton were Sunday uuest.s of Mr and Mrs Art Wiese. —o Msgr. P. P. Gearen, pastor of SI. Cecelia's parish, entered SI. Ann hospital Sunuay for medical ti eadnent. Jennifer Ann, infant daughter of Mr and Mis Jo,in F. 1'oihes. was bapti/erl Sunday a I. SI Cecelia's Calholic church. —it Bea Kay Marshall was 12 years old Thursday and was lionorce at, a birthday parly al Hie home of her paienls, Mr and M:s l.e'.v.s Marshall. Men's Club of the Methodist church is having a dinner nieet- inf; this evening. Mr and Mrs- John Hayes will show slides ant! lell of their trip to Japan. Joe Greenberg entered St. Ann hospital Saturday lor surnery. He v a', di.-.i.ils:cd to liis ;K day. Sun- pally this eveniliK (Tile. . |;,y). a i diiin- i- a! Hie Ah:<i>,a H,,I, |. M,-, ; j M••'.'•. Coldma!!. T,!o,:!-.-.. v, :!l !"•; and . Li " da Smith Tuesday,Dee. 13, 1960 Algono (la.),Upp«r Dw Molnw-3 ;no r xp< vtcd fo ;in ivc home Fn- " The coffee cluta compor,cd o( membe! s ,,| tin- h.i'li .-•' hool c'., \s '-•I l!lf>:>. \vill l-av.' a Ciuistm;,-: 1 ill I'.'• v ih mi' r !V|, uida :• < > i-m 1 ". 1 Alpha Psi chap'er of Beta Sigma Phi will ! ,c\r a ('In i. 1 M mas p.-uly Tin x., IVe. 20 ;>t V,.i,'.-: Cafe | Mrs .Lydki Sampson of Glen' ''ill!', li.i- i el iirni- 1 lYoiv, iii'li. Vv'i .-e. ah I will be >Hi la ;• - o-i and •la|if;hter- . 'Mr ;n,,-| Mr-: Toi'! Samp;' .1 a, 1 '.• i Cm i:-. 1 nia •;. day from the I j : ;\ i-rsit \- nl Iowa I'or the Chriylmas holidays wi'h tin ir pai enls. Mi and Mi s I!. P.. | V.'aller anil Mi ,md Ah.. Sini'h. The Kossuth Rural Woman's Choius will ple.-.ent a picmram ;; ,.| -,-IM- of Chiislmas nui/ic over KCiLO- TV. Ma-mi CVv. Kiidav aMer- Invitations have boon issued j Martin Meehlhaii-e ,md Mr and f 1 ; 1 ' ' lu ; \vi-ddi..:.. ,,f _|Je« Amiijvr,, ( ;| { . n j,,,,,... ., n . in .-i,.,,.,,,.. '' "'*''. !' ' ' ' '"* iHII'. !'t '-• I ,v|; ;: I )' ;i 11 ,I('I 1 ' el I-.(>U. I.ill'y As;l -' ''['_ . K ' VI: '•'. _""". l '' li|s ' '^ -'j j and V,i'-;ii,i Si mill/, will have h'-re and Mr MKJuire. .son uf Mr: \,'.m a:iri Mi.- Ji ihn ,'v|i-( In i; i i.i in Hi" | noon. 1 )i e Ifi. !i i-,:-,! -1 tn -\ :?,<). MIS '. nnd Mrs Tecl Slang, jr. ar- , r l i,, . e 'I ; m ...i I; ', f-n- ,| visit Ihi hnjiic (i Mr-' Kuj'i-ne \ ,,f a |'r -.-. [fa\-.-. v/iih' Mrs Shiny's '"..ehlieider. I p.,,,.,..( -. ;-,;;- ;m ,| M| ... ,,,.,;', Wi :• i,i. MI . Six,,- is the former Mrs Louis Kellcy v/as at Iov,*a M:IMI Wiicht. Tiny have been Falls Monday Uinne.'li Wedri".s- ference ol the Meihodi-,1 i.'i in ral i-.unp co;nmi!<-e Sin is a dueeior -d .ii Msi't/'.oir.ei-y, Ala. fuul v. ui n,,\v ;o In IJuswell. Nc-w . v. herr I,' Stan;' v.'ill be Mrs L. E., Mrs F, .•Mahon. Mrs Ilobeit. D, i-- Lov-'-ll Sinii:i. Mrs ]). Mary, Tummy 1'iirt. Jose- pli :--!id !.-i,d i M.-n.-ihali will he ' I: !."•'- ai'M'.el. Ti-,n Westminster' j choir. Mr: Keiilr (..'hr-s-l ie, flircc- • Jl - j '"r. (.lie fii neva choir. Mis .Jarii'-s jSmiih and Mrs t'r;,i^ Smi-th were diricl;oii ( .f Mr.; l,'n.-h:ii-i| Mawd- Mr and Mrs Eric V/iHroH arc fiaiulpai en!s I'or the fii I time. A son, Midiael Ouam-. \\a,- hoi n Saturrlay to their son and rlaiu'.h- 1ei-in-la\v, Mr and Mrs Ch.u-l. s j .h'hnson at SI. Cloud, Mum. Mrs' Willretl and her hrother, Ai--t Wiese v.-enl lo SI. ("Iniul Sunda.\ p to see t lie IH w )>ahv. ' ' ' ' ' " '• ' •' ' ' • ^ ' " '.^ . M ,, r, • , vv < , i - ,U i * L I .ot| < M AH .: 1 i j ,,'H . | I'll [via WU- ho.--1e;:sex to two parties Monday ! si, y i'. ill lal.e t,ai!. Kay Af'.'-na al Ilii- Alj'ona Counlry Club. 'viH '..<• on.'an.t ,-n../l C-iry Col- There was n bruncli at 11:30 and v;e!l .-,-ili ?\nt: a ,-i".|o. '|"nc Sun>'•'', ')oih lollov.-erl by day School da :; e-• nf 4 and f) year n!ds. taiiflit h\' Mrs HaroUl — o— j Sahm, Mrs Mvion P,ri,\v-r vnid Presbyterian young people will i ;-,; ;in ,. v Hud. ;ui v.-i !l ha\-i- ,-, .-tje- liave their ClirisHna-; |ii oMrain | , - l; ,i ,,,.H M! , ,,f (),,- p m <.-,am. Siiixliiy. I)( c. Ii!. ,,i 7:30. Mr and j Mrs Mei Ion Pak'i. Mr and Mi i '!T>M Ci^-jriifiprlq Pav i^r;^«^^^ % ^^®?&$&^ YOU'LL WANT TO BE THE VERY FIRST TO SEE THESE IPfy^ i^'^^ o EXCLU Pole & Tree Lamps ENCHANTMENT IN REFLECTION O All polished brass with Walnut trim. Each with 3 adjustable swivel brass bullets and Walnut handles. Pole lamp adjustable 7 10" to 9' 6". (Floor Lamp has 3- way switch in glass reflector, washable nubby shantung shade.) (As Illustrated) $ 19.95 OTHERS STARTING AT $14.95 ;; TABLE LAMPS A bright new selection of table lamps in many ceramic decor colors. Also extra tall Walnut 'n Brass styles. $4.95 >o $29.95 Now SHOWING ALGONA'S LARGEST SELECTION OF PICTURES! You'll find about every type of print and frame in our huge selection of pictures— Florals, Scenics, Faces, Religious, etc. All sizes, too There are too many to describe—they must be seen to appreciate. WIDE RANGE OF PRICES! ' .•, ;; Versatile for extra seat• • ing and lounging. Neat;i ly tailored in long wear;; ing, beautifully texlur- •• ed vinyl that's easy to I! clean with a damp cloth. :; All Shapes, All Colors, •• Many Sizes, With or '.'. Without Legs. FROM NEW TA E C S... THAT SET THE SCENE FOR MODERN LIVING FROM $995 V «JB«FV There's a table in our store to fit every budget, including the room-flattering Nordic Walnut stylos shown above at top, Danish Modern, shown at left, or the Plastic Top styles, shown at right. All finishes. TO See Our Elegant $79.95 Italian Imported Marble Tops! KING SIZE TV TRAYS Extra large 20V 2 " x 16•'<,," tray tables in Autumn Leaf design.. Trays are stain and alcohol resistant. Stand on rollers. Folds flat for easy storage. $ 9.95 Find your favorite magazine at a glance with this spacious rack. 14"xl2">/ B " x 12V. Matching chair- side brass smoker with colorful ceramic ash tray. Non-tip brass tripod base. NEW! • Decanters • Vases • Ornamental Bottles • Ash Trays Fine Italian Imported I ALSO A NEW SHIPMENT OF FLORENTINE" PLAQUES! 1 ^^.4.^.^.4.^^^.4.H..j.-5.^«l"h-I«f+-lH"l"l"J"l"H«H"I-4«f-i"l-l«M-H"l' m " mmmm •"• ' ' GENUINE PITTSBURGH - POLISHED BEVELED EDGE PLATE GLASS MIRRORS Approved for distortion free viewing. Electro copper plated for jewel-like sparkle. Silvering guaranteed for 10 years. 2-way hangers attached. Made of Genuine Pittsburgh Plate Glass. Polished beveled edges. COMPLETE LINE OF JUVENILE FURNITURE Keekers, Table and Chair Sets, High Chairs, Jumpers, Settees, Doll Beds, Strollers, Cribs, Play Pens, Car Seats, Car Beds,'Step Stools, Davenport". Bunk Beds, Pictures — just to name a few. SELECT FROM 200 CHAIRS 16" x 21" 21" x 30" 21" x 3fi" 30" x 40" $ 8.95 $16.95 $19.95 -.1527.95 HAMPERS By famous Hawkeye — known the world over as Hamper Specialists. Clean crisp lines. Colorful and decorative. ONLY 6.49 AN IMPORTED DECORATIVE CHRISTIES CORSAGE - FREE WITH EACH P^OIISE (To ihe first 144 ladies)

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