The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 7
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Christmas Decorations Illuminated Christmas $|?6 Tree Stars.,.: .1 Christmas Candle $*15 Electric Centerpiece W Christmas Tree • $A98 Holders., all-metal, ft Electric V Christmas Trees $6.95 Something new and different for your table, your mantel, or for placing: in la window of your home. .Tiny bulbs' light them up. In choice of green or all-white. , ;.. £ UWJBR DBS M01NES, ALGONA, IOWA Can Be A Real 'Santa Glaus' For Very Little Money IF YOU SHOP FOR YOUR GIFTS AT l • lectric We've had some fine compliments on the complete gift stocks this year at PRATT ELECTRIC—the variety of gifts, the unusual gifts, the splendid values! Docs the large assortment on this page Surprise you? . . . well, even that isn't all! Come to PRATT ELECTRfC with your gift list now, and you'll find this exclusive electrical store cramined with gift ideas at PRICES YOU LIKE TO PAY! Colorful *'- Pin-Up Lamps $2.95 A favorite.'fb'tvgifts! They pin up anywhere you want them on .the wall. In gay colorings. So nice.'for bedrooms and nurseries.. ,. /. Door Knocker r , Non-electric . ''door ; knocker that rings forth with peaUne cjiimes. Inside 1 . the : door ; f you have a clear • nilrror. • Ci)ils]h 4 ' ed in a styleHo go; with *ny architecture., 'y.^f. : ''.^ ! '"' ;•:' n Remingtdn Electric Shavers ; ; $15.76 ' The complete Remington electric shaver kit specialty. .packaged toe you for Christ^ tna« giving. A true luxurt gift for a man. pual head, Triple head for $17-50. . Beautifully designed lamps that add a modern and f««i» ... inine touch to a dressing . v, table. Complete with «h»4e, ,.'', *£? Mffjfhs; ;v-£tt$&95: Heavy Duty Flashlights SI.25 Not ordinary flashlights—but rugged, waterproof lights that take rough treatment. Complete with battery. 4.pound well-balanced irons ft with heat ; indicator and .bcv- •'eied,pOlished sole plate. •'-'V-f•'.*•;• -Electric- • ; ; H6t Plates $7.10 f .'"''•.. ' • • Princely built electric two- bun/er hot plates designed of heavy gauge metal. An ex- cdllent and unusual electri- ; Cover Set We Gleemtex acid resistant set ot seven different size bowl 'covwfHiHp thpra over your , I?f^ftVW'i for tltc ice bo*, ' Electric Toasters S6.25 Two-slice manual toasters in handsome chromium plate. Undenvriter approved. Complete with cord and mi- chrome wire. Christmas Tree Electric Stars S1.75 Big,' colorful top 'o the tree Ktars that shine forth with soft illumination. Complete with cord and bulbs. TO APPEAR HERE ONCLUBPROGRAM 9-Piece Kenf Coffee Maker |et $10.40 I A handsome ' and complete hostess set that includes the famous Kent 16 cup coffee maker, beautiful tray, sugar and creamer, both complete with covers. 'A set that .will • make any woman's eyes sparkle. Radiant Room Heaters S6.25 Reflector type electric room heaters that shed instant • heat and take car* of even large rooms. Give one for the cold months ahead. Christmas Tree Holders $2.98 Water keeps your tree green and fresh. Double secure clamp for holding tree rig- Westinghouse Combination Sun and Heat Lamp This one lamp gives you a choice of sun or heat rays. With the sun ray bulb, you get the same tanning rays offered by sunshine. With'the heat ray bulb, you g*t a warm, steady heat helpful for aches and 1 pains, also to break ' up a cold. Lamp adjustable In height* for children, and a reajjy hand* some gift idea, Wall Clocks With Chimes $14.95 Clear-faced electric wall wall clocks with resonant chimes built right into the clock. , Just plug in to a socket and it runs. An out* standing gift. Gift Lamp Assortment $9.95 A special assortment of gift lamps reduced from $14.93 for your Christmas'choosing. Includes table lamps in variety of types, * Two-tube fixtures that plug into your present kitchen ceiling outlet. Fluorescent means the best possible light for your kitchen. Fixture is modern design.. Two Mason City musicians, Robert J. and' Jerry Bailey, will be the principal entertainment Wednesday evening when the. Presbyterian Men's club holds its annual ladies night in the church. A dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m., followed by the program. Ed Thaves is program chairman for the occasion. The Bailey brothers themselves will present individual musical numbers and there will be other muS- ical selections and singing 'of Christmas carols. '***. ™*L ' •*» *rt • • *' i*l>»i'r'i Sewing/Kit. • - Xmas Package^ $12.75 An automatic sewing kit (you dial the fabric) combined with a folding travel iron—all packaged in leather carrying case. Cory Electric Coffee Makers The outstanding coffee maker ot the nation. A deluxe value that brews the finest coffee. A top gift for Christmas. Ceiling Fixtures What nicer than the gift of a new ceiling fixture for your own livingroom or din- ingroom. Come in and see these at this special low price... Electric Toy Motor ICits '$6.95 A complete electrical assembly kit for boys from 8 to 60. The set contains all materials ^•wtre, gaskets, etc—to enable a boy to make motor and transformer with which to power other toys- Com' plete with interesting direc- Vil LOCALS • ; -r ••••.•• '•'' : :,* Don Cook has not been in Ihe : • best of health lately, and last'i •»,week he went to Fort T)<Mg&*S&r pi a further check-up. Hevajas'/'a;;':' goiter and is taking treatment. ' . Phyllis, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Norman Crawford, 'returned to Des Moines last Tuesday following a few days with her parents. She is a nurse at the Lur theran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Colwell had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dunn and daugh- . ter Margo, and Mrs. Emma Riley of Lake Mills. Mrs. Riley is mother of Mrs. Dunn. : Mrs. D. -F. Meyers, mother of Mrs. M. E. Clements, was taken to her home at Jefferson recently by Mr. and Mrs. Clements, , following a visit her of several j days. . • ,/V Mr, and Mrs. Perry Collins, Dale and Carol,\recently visited -;.:' Mrs. Collin's mother, Mrs. "Edith r; ;/ Fritz at Menlo. En route home "/;' they stopped at Ames to see f; S Mr. and Mrs. Jay Nevitt, the lat-'\v:' ter a niece of Mrs. Collins, ? Madeline Brady, a student at Clark college, Dubuque, was a" guest of Betty Ann McEnroe , when she was home on vacation. .'•!'.'-' recently. The girls were room- ? mates when Miss McEnroe was: also a student there. Miss Me-''" Enroe now teaches the second and third grades at Marcus. License Plate Holder

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