The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1960
Page 11
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St. Joe Family Honored With Farewell Party St. Joe — Mr nntl Mrs Frnnk- lin Wanner weir honored ;i1 ;i Fnrewell party Thursday rven- mtf when .relatives fathered for n pot lurk dinner in the K. C. Iinll. A purse was Riven as n farewell remembrance Rift to Mr and Mrs Wnqncr and SODS, who ;ire leaving, next week for Phoenix, .An-/., to live. The, cveninR was spent plnying cards. Out Of Hospital Mrs Harold Tlnil came homo Monday from St. Joseph's hospital. Fort Dodge, where she had been a surgical patient. Richard Kohlhnas came homo Tuesday from St. Joseph's hospital where he had been a surgical patient. Mrs Rosa Stnlfelmnn is convalescing at. the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Edward- ThilgL's and daughters having crime home Tuesday from St. Joseph's hospital whore she was fi medical patient Hie past week. Mr nnd Mrs John Thul wore visitors Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Casper Kayser at Waseca, Minn, and Mrs Kale Phillips at Owatotina, Minn. Norhert Thilfies from Fonton was a caller Wednesday with relatives and friends. Thursday evening, Doc. 8, Kiverdalc Rustlers Unit 1 held their regular meeting. The January 21 meeting will bo an all-day meeting. A demonstration was given by Mary Alma O'Brien and Ruth Ann Klein. The regular meeting of Hiverdale Rustler I'nil 2 was held Dec. a with tho Christmas party with gift exchange the main event. Avis Letlow, homo economist from Algona. and • the mothers were guests. Catholic Daughters of America Cofirt St. Joseph will have their annual Christmas party'Wednos- day evening, Doc. 14 with a fi o'clock pot luck dinner. oronm nnd birthday eake, Mrs Rome Robison is a patient 3t Britt Memorial Hospital, after being stricken ' on Wednesday with a stroke. Mr Robison is recovering from recent surgery, nnd is at home of their son V<T- non at Dakota City, la. Mr and Mrs 1-ranklin Wagner and sons leave this week for Phoenix. Ai iz. and where they will make their homo. Mr Wagner will be employed at a garage there. Mrs Elmer Dole drove to Iowa City on Wednesday to spend a few days at home of. their daughter Mr and Mrs ,Ir»; Bird. OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Irvington Marpuerite M. Hayes Emily Ott was honored Saturday at a birthday party for boi 7th birthday. Si.vt-ral little gir friends attended Games wen played and Mrs Oil served ice The secret sisters exchanged gifts. Gifts were ;ilso brought for t.he hospital at Cherokee and for Santa Clans clay til Ottosen. Guests wore Mrs Sam Kropf, Mrs Antone Speicn and Mr:- Clem Ludwig. Club will meet next .fan. 5 with Mrs Fred Kampen Mrs Essie Cooper had a birthday Dec. 7. Thirteen ladies came to spend the afternoon with her bringing cil'ls, greetings .and lunch. Tho Norwegian supper served by the Lutheran Women of the church Tuesday evening drew, a record crowd, with 380 tickets being sold. Mrs Ivan Evenson was chairman of the kitchen and Mrs Louis Jacobson was dining room chairman. The Progressive club met Thursday at the homo of Mrs II. Nielsen. They sang several Christmas carols, Mrs Harold Mountain gave a reading. Mrs Oliver Leo gave a reading and also had. a contest for recreation. ELVA & JESSIE'S PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIAL! S B* • •* . A ALL FALL & WINTER ^ ^ ' KIRTS —r SAVE :: 25% CHECK THESE GIFT SUGGESTIONS BABY —Corduroy Coiee Tohzees —Helanca Crawlers —Sweaters & Shawls -*-Angora Bonnets —Diaper Sets —Car Coats —Coveralls —Butcher Sets —Rompers & Dresses —Pram Suits —Cribber Sets (feet attach.) CHUBBETTES i —Dresses —Skirts & Blouses —Slacks —Slips & Pajamas LADIES & MISSES —Slips & Dusters —Blouses & Dickeys —Sweaters —Skirts BOYS Ito7 —Slack & Shirt Sets —Shirts (Sport & Dress) —Sweaters & Socks —Car Coats •—Snowsuits —Pajamas & Robes —Dress Pants SUB TEEN —Sweaters & Blouses —Skirts and Tops —Dresses (Party & School) —Slacks & Skirts —Slack Sets —Slips & Pajamas —Hosiery (Slim Limb) —Coats & Car Coats —Flipover Collars LADIES & MISSES —Slacks —Dresses —Hose (All Styles) GIRLS '—Blouses & Sweaters —Slack Sets —Slacks & Skirts —Skirts & Tops —Slips & Pajamas —Dresses (School & Party) —Ear Warmer & Mitten sets —Coats & Car Coats —Tights & Robes ' JUNIORS —Skirts p. —Sweaters & Blouses —Slacks —Flipover Collars —Ear Warmer Sets —Dresses —Tights —Slips & Pajamas —Seamless Hose —Stretch Hose / REGISTER TICKPnS ond carbon cash re«i;;ter mils at the Upper Dos Moines Pub. Co., Algona. LONE ROCK Mi- Mrs and Mix tins, evi n hoi 11' Ja the Ben' cen! Mrs Jim Long, Mr nnd Mailing and Linda, Mr M'-r\vin Marlow and lo\v's mother. Mis Col- 1'iiuie. spent Thursday a', tlie Omit 1 Belli ends Zuinaeh, daughter of Xnmarh's, and Hailan . K:-:lherville, won 1 re- ncl visitors at the Art a I Albei Mrs Lyli open house i Janice learhes .school City, Minn. , Marlow attended if thr Wriman.s Fedc- Tuesclciy, Dec. 13, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper 5*« MolnM-3 rated Club at, Titonka Thursday night. Mr and Mrs Lester Johnson of Algona were Thuis.lay night, visitors at Mrs Maude Blan- ehai d:-. Mi; and Mrs Carl Olson and Hulh. Li vermin e. and Mr and Mrs Veriion Sittig and J>ilie, Chula Vista. \vt re gue.-:'.-: al ihe Garryl Householder home Tue.-*clay C'V< n ing. Hulh Krurger spent dav at the Hiiam A home in Hurt. Mrs Cora Sauneres of Benson, Minn i:: spendiiig a week visiting her cousins line. They arc; Lawn nee Ne\vbiou'.;b. Kul.h Krueger, E<i Rlaiichiird and Maiy Gen- ii.-h. The Birthday Club Chri.slmas paily wa>. In id M OK- Maiy Gen- 1 If ll home. A poll'.itU lunch \v;is i-'er\-ed and tht y r\rham;e(| gil'ls. Tho- •<• ai 'eiiriim; \v<ie Kdie f.'iii!;. Ituth Kiuerer. Marv Flail/. F,:-th- I Jane visited Mr .md Mrs Henry Tieiunn who live at the Good Sam-> -ii.-m lie.-,!. Home in Algona. Mr and Mis IJelmar Fischer and Mr went to h":u the daugliter. 111 tile ( ' 1 1 Mi ;m attend' d Mrs lioy Jensen City Sunday to i'-er Siut'.el'.. Their >-y !-'iseh< r. MIV;-> i •: Henry Sf hro'-der Pionei i S' i d Corn meeiiiK 1 in Ma-on ("it \ , _\Vedn< i- dav. Mr and Mrs Roheit H,.j(ner of Buffalo Center nn'iJlv moved '<> a J'airu i-iouih of Lone ilock. ELVA & JESSIE'S THE LITTLE SHOP ON NORTH MOORE STREET ^iMa**!**!**!!*^^ Scnta Clous Is In A Class By Himself f —When It Comes To Saving Money— Whole families are delighted to "feed" this Santa Bank and watch it grow fat. Turn your small change into real Christmas money. This colorful coin bank is suitable for practical use or for Christmas decorative purposes and is gift boxed and makes a delightful present for a home or to a child or an adult. AVAILABLE UNTIL CHRISTMAS FOR ONLY $1.00 WITH THE OPENING OF A NEW ACCOUNT OR BY MAKING AN ADDITION TO YOUR PRESENT ONE. - WHILE.OUR SUPPLY LASTS -. Home Federal Savings & Loan OF ALGONA, IOWA ^$i$i£ft£^^ We have gifts for the entire family. An easy chair for dad; desks and new bunk beds for the youngsters; carpeting, living room, dining room and bedroom suits for mom . . . plus hundreds of other gift ideas at B.JLI- ST-ROM'S. Stop in and shop our three floors this week. ALEXANDER SMITH CARPETING: All-wool carpeting $6.95 per Sq. yard Broadloom carpeting $4.88 per Sq. yd. CUSTOM MADE DRAPERY Use our decorating consultant . . . no extra charge . . . for perfect match, buy your drapery and carpe'i- ing at the same place ... at BJUSTROM'S of course! LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY It's still not too late to layaway your Christmas gifts . . . come in, pick out what you want and lay them away until you want them just before Christmas. PUZZLED WHAT TO GIVE? GIVE A BJUSTROM GIFT CERTIFICATE! Give your loved one a gift certificate from Bjustrom's for any amount . . and then let them come in and pick out their own gift! FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE You'll get more for your money at Bjustrom's. Lowest prices . . . three floors to shop from . . . largest selection in North Iowa . . . and best of all, you'll get EASY TERMS. OTHER SERVICES WE PROVIDE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS Van delivery in dust-free vans . . . Direct-from-factory buying by us saves you money . . nationally known lines that, you can be sure will guarantee you long wear and quality merchandise. Plus courteous sales clerks who are interested only in your satisfaction. ESTABLISHED IN 1925 Bjustrom Furniture

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