The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
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&%5^' v : ; f^ PAGE FOUR_ tippet t>es Mcji«es Wattt Ads Bring Results. ALGONA UH»ER B^S MOtNES, AtQdNA, ==\ ALGONA FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRlff's) • X7 / 7 A (Ambulance fieMifcc Day or Nighh—Telephohfe 11 ti SLIPS FOR Q*% AQ STOUTS *Prffc.i7O TAFFETA AND LACE — LUXURY COMBINATION! Thin dress? slip is made of soft, lustrous rayon taffeta with hia«-cul skirt. The camisole top ha.« lace at the V-neck fr6nt and ndjusluhle shoulder straps. Tearose, in extra sizes: 42, 44, 46. 48 and 50. Please ntntp lixe. $2.69 REGULAR SIZES SATIN AND PRECIOUS ALENCON LACE! Made of lustrous rayon satin, it boasts a bias top and bias-cut skirt — flatters the bodice, doesn't ride or twist. In Tearose. sizes 32, 34, 36. 38 and 40. I'traie »tntr fixe. Please add 19c for postage, handling and insurance. Orders will be filled promptly. Sorry! No C.O.D.. onlv 2 to a customer. ALL NYLON HOSIERY First Quality Shrcr $ \ PAIR Sixr* «'i to Color .Sfe.v Dtnrn Sold by the IION of 3 pr». Limit 1 box lo a eiistoiiK-r. I'li-iiM 1 add 19c for positive, which makes a total of $5.14 for each order. HOUSEc! LOU BE, 16 EAST 48th STREET. N. Y 17. N. Y. Perry Btt?t Community Club Bttvt: The Community club had a diMer last Monday eyen- ihg at £fie Marvin . hotel New" officers were elected as 'follows: Frank' Perry, -president and Wayne Schichtl, secretary. Plans were made foi* a Christmas celebration the Christmas. Saturday r before at Lockwood's The following relatives were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the W. J. Lockwoocl home: Wm. Hoffman and son Herbert, Eagle Grove; the OrvillC Hoffmans, Renwick; the Lester Bonnstet- ters, Corwilh; and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Chrislensen, St. Ansgnr. The Lockwood's son Dale, a student at Ames, was at home for the Thanksgiving'vacation. Thanksgiving Guests Bruce Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Graham, Ames, spent the Thanksgiving weekend at the O. H. Graham home. The Gordon Grahams spent part of the vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson at Ringsted. The O. H. Grahams were also Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Peterson home. Hurt Stud'enis Home Most of Burl's college students TRAPPERS HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR YOUR FURS OPEN UNTIL 9:30 P. M. SATURDAYS FRANK COOK SCRAP IRON AND METAL Phone 848 45-47* Tj rest one I Lionel Chemistry LABORATORY SET 11.5O There never was a boy who couldn't find hours of fascination in a wonderful chemistry set like this one! It's complete with everything a budding chemist could possibly want. Over six hundred experiments can be performed with it. Just One of Many Beautiful Joys and Gifts A Beautiful Set for Their Very Own DESK AIVD CHAIR SET 6.95 Desk top lifts up and there's space for books, crayons, etc. Lovely maple finish. For ages 4 to 10. Wheelbarrow 3.19 The wheel hu a rubber tire and the body la bright red. A. tat toy. 34 inches long. 5.49 S1IOO FLY Beautifully made of selected woods finished in antique maple. Little tots wtU love It. Little haak Walton* Will Have Fun With Hit TOY FISHING SET < 5.49 Boy, what fun! A marvelous set that includes everything a small fisherman could want{ Beautifully made. ~~~ HUXTABLE Firestone Store spent the . With their f WttSctf^tf Afn'bffg ' at- ^ Kenh^h Willard ,, Schwlei&r't, Ames students; Robert Moore- J[r, anct Kenneth. HutzH. iFaye'tte ., atu-. dents; Leslie QrahaiftV Cedar Falls; .Francjte,' ttatf^g^ Mavy Ann, deftmah, H« cbllegfe sifijSf^fttfl' HelenRachut and Gerald Rie^I, college ,s-f(iaehts. H'afold' FfstHef Jr.,. tends AmeS, sp6M tM weeken'd Vvith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fischer. A fraternity brother John Dorfllnger, Milwaukee, accompanied him home and remained here until Friday. At Burt f iianksgivirig Dr. and Mrs. t'erry Stow of Newton visited from Wddnesday to Saturday at the home of Doctor Stow's mother Mrs. J. P. Stow. They all spent Thanksgiving day with the Cecil 1 Gort- fredsons at SWea' City. They and Mr. and Mrs. F. 0.. Stov> were irf t'hc Thanksgiving and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel Friday supper guests Charles Phelps home. Iowa Mr. went tb Iowa City Wednesday to visit over Thanksgiving day at the home' of their daughter Mi's. Robert Melville. Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson accompanied them and spent Thanksgiving with her son Jim, who is a student at the university. Mrs. H. O. Buell accompanied Algona friends to Des Moines for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Isabel Steward and son were Thursday dinner guests at [he Homer Sabin home at Kanawha. Mr. atid Mrs. Albert Schrader of Milwaukee, Wis., were weekend visitors at the Mrs. M. L. Vinaas home. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith and son Richard were Thanksgiving guests at the R. L. Jensen home in Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chantland arid children of Bode spent Wednesday evening at the E. M. Toothman home. Paul Bolie, James Sohenck and Richard Smith, Coe college students, spent the Thanksgiving holiday at home. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hanna-«of Little Falls, Minn, visited from Wednesday to Saturday at the C. C. Smith home. Mrs. Mary Steward and the Paul Macauleys spent Thanksgiving a t the MyrOn y.-Meinzer home near Seneca. * Mrs. J. M. Moore, who is a pa-, tient at the Burr hospital, .spirit' Thanksgiving day at the homfr of her son Mark in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kautzky and son and Miss Anna Meinzer, Fort Dodge, spent Thanksgiving at the A. H. Meinzer home. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt visited from Wednesday until Friday at the home of their daughter Mrs. Earl Nester at Worthington, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham and son and Mrs. Joyce Graves, Mason City, were Thanksgiving visitors at the Jay D. Graham home. Barbara Thompson, Oubuque university student, ..spent from Wednesday to Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, Mrs. Bertha Walace, and the Harold Stewards were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the G. P. Hawcott horiie. The W. F. Gildners of Mason City and Doctor Dean Clapsaddle and family of Clear Lake spent Thanksgiving at : the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. ; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Phillips and baby of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the R. L. Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin and the Robert Thanksgiving Hamiltons were evening dinner ing. Both families spent gl*ihi deft wftt felaifvef e The ,. ion, vfsfted frbtti FrldaJ ttf gpy atihe Roy Riftgs'dott Both families went t6 Eagle Grove Sttnday t6 v visit MrS. Haf- ry McElrby. The B'6nald Mitchell/. Spent a wS&t S|6 SiVft-aWy at ffie r Fred* Mitchell Kbtt-e 1 at TM6y' • Watt Thjmksgi ving at the L.;C. VWlfarl Lone Rock. WdWl'e in Tti'6 Bill Woltzes . went t'o Rochester, Mfn'h.,* Friday, where they.-were to attend fhe wedding of Mrs. Waltz's brother, Ljee Bra'yton and Marian' Thompson', Saturday evening*. Mr. and Mrs. August Botlii'ige?,' Algeria, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Rob • irtsonv Bancroft,' atid th'c G.-AV. Reynolds family and Mrs. Bt-He Reynolds spent Thanksgiving day at the Herman Bussie home. The Clyde Bristows entertained the ftalph Bristows, the Homer Bristows, th'e Calvin'- Bfis- tows, Charles Lapper, jjt'ichardf Bristows, and Mrs. Merviri' Bris' tow and family at Thanksgiving dinner. Lorena Riebhoff, who teaches at Eagle Grove and her brother John, who is a student at Morningside College, spent the Thanksgiving weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Edmund Larson horrie included Mr. and Mrs. 'Rudolph Larson, Alex Sabin and Dever Miner, Wesley; Mrs. Petra Larson, the Harvey Larsons, and p {- Teeters. Mrs. R. W. Rash and son John andj : daughter Mrs. Chester Sill, Algbna left a week ago Sunday foiv; Muskegon Heights, Mich., where Mrs. Rash's daughter Flpj-ence, was to be married on Thanksgiving day. 'The Wm. Eddys of Forest City, the Charles Geesmans, Mason City, John Schroeder, Lyla and Jackson Geesman, Odin, Minn., soent Thanksgiving at the J. C. Geesman home. Francis Menke, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Geesman. The Fidelis Sunday school class met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Florence Schichtl. Mrs. F. L. Ryerson was assisting hostess and Mrs. Clifford Holding had charge of the entertainment. It was decided to hold the next meeting December 11, at which there will be a Christmas gift exchange. Mix and Mrs. Wyot Stott, Mrs. lolayPederson and daughter Patty jafnd Kenneth Lorance, Leban- ony Mo., visited from- Thursday to Saturday at the Leo Immerfall home. They, the Immerfalls, Mrs. Tressie Ringsdrof, and the F.:'A. Ringsdorfs were Thanks- glyjng dinner guests, at the G. E. Brace home near Lu Verne. ••'. ^The Leonard and Lawrence Dittmer families, Mr. and Mrs. i-E-.-'B. Dittmer, and the William Schraders, Lone Rock, were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Arie Dittmer home. The Quinten Bjustroms, Otto Har- lans, Howard Sarchets, and Mrs. Jessie . Mitchell were supper guests that evening at the same home. SWEA CITY RITES FOR MRS. OATLEY Svvea City: Funeral services for Mrs. Vance Oatley, 77,' were held Friday afternoon, with the Rev. S. H. Hammer !in charge. Mrs. Oatley, an invalid for several years, suffered a stroke three weeks ago and died at the Hurt hospital on Nov. 26. «The Oatleys have lived here for the past year, Mr. Oatley being a mechanic at the Bell garage. Mrs. Oatley was born September 13, 1869, at Fort Dodge. Sheft'Avas a sister of Jules and Beijp Seifert of 1 edyard, the lat- tcrjjpf* whom survives, was made at Ledyard. guests at the Charles Merrifield' home in Algona. Mrs. J. L. Miller went to Ames Wednesday to get her son Laurence and family for Thanksgiv- Burial On Thanksgiving Trip The George Butterfield Srs. spent Thanksgiving day at 'the home of their daugatei Mrs.Wm. Siemens, near Madelia, Minn. Others at the family dinner were the Fred and Stuart But- terfields of near Dolliveiy the Marian Butterfields . and ..the Clarence Hunts of Algona, and MATTRESSES Box springs or innerspring mattresses. Yotir choice or both . , . can be had at 0ttr factory inf Whittemore, By placing your 0rcter now you can have them by Christmas, Material is very limitedt so Stainbrook Mattress P. L, Stambrgojff Prop* Whittemore, Iowa , . . ,,, Mri . Mfr ' ftctfisiei "r fidffie' fast wfreTt &«er Spending two W&eW fit a filttti Earth, Mifift., ' •'' (w/U, Mrs. jHerW»->fio\Sfil if • 6t me alftfic receiving treatment ft a F«fi E6dg>-^losplt«L The (IreV. an'd -Mrs. PJtiSr Pet« ers anfii.aaughtefjf Lee OM sperit Thank^fl^ihg day with 1 h'is pai^ ^ft^it KfeShtaih Lafc'6> , Minn. On .Friday Mrs. Pelfs',- Jean Er- {•cKSdtt.flWd. Mary Tfsh drove to Waterloo to" aft6M a'. Baptist youth convention'. Mr, and Mfg. Robert S;6Wwnrtz of Afties viilted fro>rt We'dnes 1 day till Suriday' with .-.her .patents, Editor^fta Mf$- Ray SIJBI'- beck, and Mrs". Sthwartz'jS piir- ehts, ex-ne^Sp'apgrMari J. A.and Mrs. Schwatti a'i FdWfoh. Boby who is 66trtpleting his college course at Iowa State college under the'. G.< I.i bill of rights, is business* man'ager of the campus newspaper, the, Iowa State Stu- dftriti • • . i Among .the Thanksgiving vis- itb'rs in! Swetf City homes were Howard Sttdtfi, junior high teacher at Shell Rock, at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith; Esther Charlotte Smith, vocal music supervisor at Charles City, with 1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Smith; Beryl Hyler, grade .teacher at Garner, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hyler; Jeanne Looft, daughter of the Frank Loofts, and Lii- Cille Montgdmery, ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs; James Montgomery, both students at Northwestern Bible School in Minneapolis; and Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Hammond, who is a student at Bethel Institute in St. Paul. At the James Harner home, dinner guests were the George Harner family, Carrie Harner, and W. D. McKinney of Milo. Mr. McKinney, who is Mrs. James Harrier's brother, will remain for a few days before going to Bopne to visit olh- er relatives on his way home. ^MttM^HttfOdddiA Unioii (iirl Honored Union: Eileen Lieurence, daughter of Mk's. Mary Lieur- ence, daughter of Mrs. Mary Lieurence who attends' Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, was recently elected treasurer of the Sigma Chi Delta Fraternity. It is a national honorary English Fraternity. . READ THE WANT ADS Why Rent •'Veterans?,BUILD With ft .„•'.' G, i. HoiviE LOAN Take advantage of the newly liberalized terms' of the G. I- Bill of Rigrhts to build a home of your, own—iro more rearcfiing, then, for rented quarters with the .possibility of havinff to look again in a few months. LctS bur ' friendly, hclpfiil ntforlgaffe people explain 1 how to' arrange a loan Wrc ,• under the 6. I. Bin. ' v. f Algona Federal Savings & Ljtian Phone 55 . • C. R?LaBatrc, Se«S'y Gorgeous 25 -Inch ' BABY I»O LL 9,50 She cries "mama 1 ' and her big beautiful eyes move and she goes to Bleep. She has long glamour . girl lashes. Her head, arms and legs are composition and her body's soft and so-o lovable! Completely and exquisitely dressed. Just Ono of Many 0ftaut/tof toys and Gifts 18-Inch IIAIU IMH.I Such » sweet bafcyl head, arms and legs ate long - wearing TI*Windows fatty Op«rf /he/ So D««s Every Door, ft:What o%?*r Doll Hovtf It't Got Sfy/f Gofer* j •/•£ -»•«-« *'t*i^W«fifi; """""' "!«$r ~' T^ JUl ^fjffJF mF aBfe Wi W?'. sB» WPfRP^^ 1 " WBM^R fl^^^^w

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