The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 11
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, ALGONA |(Vei'nB: Mr/'and Mrs. Hen*V fattier Kubly, Edwin Mrs. George Tiede, f»ce'^Milieu,, Mrs. Peter ttu- " s". Jnhn Kubly and %-s. i*rantz attended funeral fdr tfrahk Jutte which Sold tPhur'sday afternoon in idlhes. Mr. Jutte passed IBtt- 1 .evening in the . General' hospital in lifters!,, where he had bean fit 'lot two weeks follow-' ;eli|yator accident at the ' wnefe he ; was employed. ; VflB 5 son' of the- late Mr. Henry Jutte, one time residents. He is ,sur- his wife; the former fie- ja*WjKj. and' three daugh- iolf JiWing near Des Moines. P Wad in the. Highland- Me- pl (SfaJden in- DBS' Moines. if); a sjstor, of Henry iftoon, 6f i at the hortie Cbmla Sttips r i J. club .njiet Friday af' grit at'-the country home of |enry Miller-with 13'mem- fild two guests, Mrs. Roy fph- and Mrs. Archie San|present. TJie topic for the ooii was "Comics and Creators'" and ti very in I w- _ paper- was read by Mrs. 1 Jan Stthulz. Mrs. Harold isen, president' of- the ciub dadi, at- :/ the" (business meet- |L.unch was served by the 's at <the close-of the after- The-.next meeting, will h>£, Be' ; o'clock -luncheon ond nas/party on ITiuduy' after-1 hoi of tawti;. received a broken 'hand, ffliuraday; while sawiftg rwood at his home, . Miss- flfetty ftamus of> 0es Moines spent the weekeM 1 ab the home of her parents, Mr. and M£S. Otto. Rfomus and with 6tfter- relatives; Mrs. GJapertoe Krause returned home recently from the Broad- lawms, General hospital In Des Moines, whbro she had undeis- gone ft Aajpft operation. Mrs. 'Hhid Dawson and son at Corwith -ppent • several days at the home bf Her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Arnold Wegner. Mrs. DawH son helped care for her father, who is ill. | Robert Smith.and his friend Hugh Smith left Thursday fbr their home in Burbank,, Calif.,,I after spending several' weeks .at, the home of, Roberts parents, Mr., and Mrs. Lloyd Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbaohi' accompanied, 'by, Mr. and' Mfcfc: Gale Berryhill of LivermoVei spent' the weekend visitng .at •the. home, of .'Ml% and ; Mrs. Wil!- fred Berryhill at Duluth, Minn. Mr, and Mrs, E, B. Thomas- and daughter Ruth speut Wednesday visiting her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rby Valvick in Ledyard. Mr. Vafr vlck, had: been. ill. for the past several weeks. . . ;' Mrs. Anna-. Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. A'n- drew Nielson ,arid Mrs. George Kraft spent Tuesday in Waterloo, where they attended funeral services.' Mrs. Goetsoh's daughter's mother-in-law, Mrs. G. ,H. Bowers. &anja Hae^ six-year-old daugh* ter of Mrr., aiid Mrs. ' William Grt(«tHDh. fell while playing at school Wednesday and hurt herself quite badly. She was taken to- the General hospital in Algona, whore x-ray pictures were tske/i. However, sho received no serious injuries. Fairville Aid Has Christmas Party : Fenton: The Fairville Ladies' :Aid held its regular meeting nnd Christmas parly Thursday, December 5 in the church basement. There was perfect attendance. Mrs. A. F. Rehdcr and Mrs. Hildreth Pet.tit were in charge of the program and gift exchange. Mrs. Albert Bleck- Wenn and Gilbert Bleckwenn were hostesses. CSUests were Mrs. Edi Greinert of Whittemorei Mesdames Elmer Greinert, Eldon Hantelman, Martin Ohm ctnd Dennis, Arnold Hantclman, Albert Langerman and Cordelia Miller. Handles Lighting Vernon Voyles, son of Mrs. Glen Grilly, was in chai-ge of the lighting for "Angel Street," a Melodrama presented at Grinnell college, Dec. 0 and 7, where he is a freshman, and a graduate of Algona high school. FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRITT'S) , Day "or Niqhb—Telephone I'l IALGONA ' IOWA. Congregational BAZAAR FRIDAY, DEC. 13 Baked Goods Fancy Work Aprons Other Items • Cafeteria Lunch Open to the Public Begins at 2 O'clock CODE OK DUPLICATE Brass Cylinder Padlocks in Stock. Wcllendorf Auto Repair On Highway 169 Opposite State Shops Algona, Iowa 1 for tho Home 1 For- Children'* Room* 1 For Convalescents < • For the Kitchen ' • For Students For Rumpus Rooms SANTA SAYS: Register For Your A K i F« G K^:^^^^^:**.^^ Immediate Delivery 5-TUBE // Teletone xv RADIOS • Superheterodyne. Circuit, ... * • Automatic Volume Control •• J •Wide-range Selectivity • Large silnico Dynamic Speaker , • Slide-rule Illuminated Dialing New companionship while working, playing, read* ing, relaxing. Endless enjoyment that gives through, out 'the year for many. yean. Rich grained wood cabinet. Giant Performer ' 6-Tuhe "Teletone" Table Model Radio Same Design •« Above "" One Tube Larittr 5 Tub§ "Templie" Table Mtodei mmo . 31 M 6 Tufte "Temple'' Table Model RADIO "Tipple'* EJecirie Tulie Amplified Phonograph 3, ALGONA, 10WA -PAGE NOWI-IN THRILLING SELECTIONS AT YOUR 3.98 MEN'S Elk Opera platform leather sole. Sizes 612, R r o w n, red. BABYCa booties. Pfnk or blue shearling cuff. Infant sizes 4 to 8. (A-86) 1.79 MEN'S felt E v e r e 11 s. Leather sole. Rubber heel. Sizes 6-11. WOMEN'S two tone s he r !i n g style. 4-9. Padded sole. (A-fll) WOMEN'S Indian mocs. Beaded vamp, fur 'trim, 4 to 9, Misses' II to 2. (A-flO) 1.98 BOYS' AND GIRLS' Romeos. Elastic , sides. Leather side Gr rubber heels, II to 3. (A-W 1.29 \ WOM EN'S fancy fabric with white fur cuff. Sizes' 4 to 9. (A-74) ' 1.69 MEN'S colorful felt Everetts. Heavy well padded. Sizes 6 to 12. (A-8) W O M E N'S "Ba-Ba" wool fleece, elastic back strap. Sires 4 to 9. (A-70) if—. 3.98 WOMEN'S "Shimmer"... metallic covered -fabric — sizes 4 to 9. (A-SB) 2.98 MEN'S "Wll- kin*" fleece zipper cushioned plat- -» form. Sizes 6 to 12. -— «?? ..--' I B L 0 C K R AFT — Construction blocks ... 100 toys in one. Com- olete instructions easily <fl .29 understood by a child. J. diagrams eosy to follow (G4K3I MARY AND HER LITTLE LAMB —Pull toy ... equipped with bells. 'Brightly colored «f ,J9 and mounted on wooden A wheels ^^ 7-PIECE PLASTIC DINETTE SET •—For the little party-giver . '. . and her doll's house. jj3^$Eft <n Four chnirs, cupboard, SjSft-sl C buffet and table ^ttf^ff (639J ) TOY BABY GRAND PIANO— White painted wood ... a range of notes that will enable" fttn the beginner to pick out JjZi tunes TEA SET—For tea time playhouse .napkins, f«rk, spooft, fea-._ ~' cup and in the . knife, SHEARLING booties, with bells. Infants' sizes —missw' tiz (A-41) 3,98 . "WHkins" W99l fleece, fur cuff, 4 saucer (GII92) KALEIDOSCOPE — With" of the wrist, a differ- M ent design in all the &j| colors of the rainbow (S217) COWBOY & HORSE PULL TOY— Vividlv colored . . . equipped with pull strings. A safe toy <f 9fi made of smooth wood. J Bell rings when nulled (0670) , , LONG CLOTH DOLL—In two bright colors, a perfect bedroom decoration for the baby's^ft.49 bed. A safe jg, foy (0083) ,- • SLEEPY DOLL little mother ~ attentive h'air and eyes that open and close. Jf .QIC completely dressed in redflt* tucked coat and bonnet ^ - FRILLY DOLLY—She has eyes that open and close'. Real** ,95 ''hair and cute dress with colored trim (6102) StPPY iAPY OQt L *~ O mjeMtK . • • mp'vwble «y«s. b^net and full $kirtedJ dres, Looks like a reaHIJi PA9Y !>0|,L,^12 inches tall, dressed in flpwery dresj. »g 1ft Dockings and mw bonnet (6068) ^mk?mmmm

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