The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
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T3)e .a.ntiuaj Christnias "Prihefe of £>esee," > f;.; writ be given fry the |fit:l ; !'ev;sciiapl WjedMsijdy, pe- IN A OREEM COLONIAL r URN ACE Idnd of FurfUet y^T jr»nt tutiriku £opl, Oil o» GM- ffiti» C»l»nl«t <itsln*«f« 4 h.**' )«J will 8 !»« V(K< tW "BlJ 3" of <ompltt« heillnf «i(lif««lbn ...ECONQMV...CO.MFORT «JCONV£NIENCE.B«for«y«u I0jy My furnitt ul( M IM lit* • ling&Mnckey fi'one?464 • IjT. .Dodge St ;lpwa *.. : GREEDCOlOnifll FURRRCE SERVICE 1-B> 111 the high school auditorium. 3$ask6ttoall schedule for the cpnimg week is: ' pec. 11—Burt at Swea City; De;c. 1&—BUrt at Armstrong; l).ecV 17-i-Ledyard at Burt; Dec. 10-^-Burt at St. Cecelia. jStfr. and Mrs. Gordon 1 Graham .of Ames spent the w.eekend at thi parental O. H, Graham -Home. fcirs. J,. L. Miller, Mrs: W. J. Ltiekwood, ; Mrs., E. P, Frcdrick- sbfl, and .Mrs. G< H, McMullcn wefce Mason City visitors Friday. •jlie Thompson high school basketball teams played Burt here Friday evening. The Burt 'girls-wo'n by a 40 to 28 score but the' Burt tooys lost to Thompson, the score being 34 to 31. The American Legion and Auxiliary, met last week Tuesday evening in the Legion hall. The study lesson for the Auxil- 'iary, • was • on Flag Code and Flag Eliqiiette;,: given by Mrs. Harold Holmgren. .Saturday . Supt. W. B. Officer arid Coach Axel Anderson took two carloads of girls of the basketball tdafti to Manson, where a girls'. -.'basketball clinic was •held. Inj the evening they saw Nemaha 'and Lakota rplay. HUgji McDonald was a Fort Dodge' visitor Saturday morning. Betty .Bee. v Chris'ien&en, wh.o hadi'been'..<technician in the Des Molries'- Lutheran .hospital, has gone \to'..To'peka,, Kans., • where .she is^n'ofy'head technician in a Security; 'Benefit -.."•, association hospital. ;'It' is; a 300-bed hos- .pital. > ; ,- '•>,•. • ,'/-.;,< ••• : ••• •''.. • • , ALClONA DES READ..TH£ WANT ADS OVER 1000 KIbS GREETED SANTA' Well over a thousand youngsters took full advantage of the free pony rides and free movies in Algona last Friday, on the occasion of the annual Santa Clans Day, sponsored by the Al- goria Chamber of Commerce. A parade started promptly at 1:30 p. rn. down State street with the .Algona high school band leading the procession, 'followed by-the Seneca Saddle club, and then Santa himself, riding on the back seat of a convertible. At the conclusion of the parade ho passed out 'bags of candy until the supply was exhausted. Pony ride Were then given by the Seneca club for over an hour north of the 'courthouse to hundreds of youngsters. Much difficulty was experienced in bringing Santa here this year. Due to.his recent'ill- ness hs had lost a little weight, and it also proved difficult to obtain candy from any source this season. However, the kids had a swell time between the ponies and the movies and the Seneca club and the school band deserve much praise for their fine contributions to the success of the day. Sheriff's Daughter 111 Janet Cogley, daughter,' of Sheriff and Mrs. A. J.. ' Cogley, was recovering from-, a; ,'Slight siege of pneumonia,' this week. She was quite ill for a -'day or two before recovery toegan. "That Bradley Bros. Repair Shop' Certainly Turns Out Some Good Work" feisf Let Us Handle" Your Farm Machinery Repairs Before , At Bradley i^rbsi.^ 'we '^to^fo&typfmig.yovr farm machinery according jtp the ^pecif IcatJQnsjpf the manfac turer, who built the machipe/ We'use ohl/(Gieitu|rie Ewts. Our mechanics have f^torsyj-trai^ing/^heyj kjM»>v the implement they are working -oiv-f and ';the.y are all "pld hancls". We do no patchwork or ^erdii|ig^to get the job out— your implement comes out of our shop repaired the way you want it repaired. ''•'•' '•''••". . " : ' ' :/' : ''•'••.•.:;?'' - : ' .'-', ••''.'•'.,'. «' Bradjey Bro*. SKop Can Give Good Service ' ' SEEDERS '^§!^ COEN ' ' DISCS ' _ f p Renv^ye .ahi.p.enil Tr|ctoi' Tires \yi'th Chlorde, Using Our Special •-xe,-'''''-'-'- -• • H»ve a Hi-Pressure Steam Jenny for Thorough Cleabin? of ' ' '*' Paint and Other Implenients, Using; Special We Convert Tractors, Wagpiis. Combines and P Jokers from Stepj to Rubber. . *-• ' f :?'«-;': ^', .. . . •• -K;: . ^Bga^.^^ •&* -, a.' .^f-^ ; r ^t Good Program At Fenton P. T* A., Dec. 3 Fenton: The P. T. A. held its monthly meeting Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ernest Votteler, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs Don Weisbrod was in charge of the program. Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth led the groyp in community singing, The Girls' ttlee club sang several selections, Mrs. Fred Newel gaye a rea,ding "Easy .Christmas Shopping," Mrs. fid Sawyer sang "The Holy .City," and JJira. Clar- en.ce psborn pjaved two seled* ,t.iO;hs on Uie piano. Refreshments were served by Mrs. finnestad and committee. Mrs, FiHnestad took charge in the absence ,of Mrs. Omer Cody. Union Xmas Party A Christmas party for the Union Tvvp. Mothers and Daughters club is being planned for Thursday, Dec. 12, at the home ofr Mrs. R. A. Harvey. Special music will be presented by Burt high students, under the direction of Mrs. Erna Baars. ALao^fA, IOWA— Jessie Sarchet Is Union Club Hostess Union: Jessie Sarchet was •hostess to (he Bu^y Bee club at PAGE her home last Friday afternoon. There was a small attendance. Hilda Gross presided in the absence of the president. Roll call was on current events. It was decided to fix the price at If fair Nose ; Up- Spoils SleepTonight Surprisingly fast, Vicks Va-tro-nol—a few drops up each nostril—works right where trouble is to open up your nose—relieve stuffy transient congestion that makes it hard to get to sleep. You'll like the way it brings relief. (NOTE: Va-tro-nol is also grand for relieving sniffly, sneezy distress of head . colds.) Follow directions in folder. V1CKS VA-YRO 5f)c for Christmas exchange gifts | tests, Mary Jean Andrews and at the meeting to be held December 20 at the home of Esther Williams. Mrs. Aaron Taylor had charge of the program which were two written con- Kotherine Leason were winners. Hostess number was bingo. A; tray lunch was served. Mrs. Victor Garman was a guest. * READ THE WANT ADS HIDES and FURS Top Market Prices Paid for Hides and Furs JOE GREENBER8 Phone 118 Here's Big Values For You This Week At If You Need a New Dress or Two for the Holidays Select 2 Dresses for Yourself - or Bring a With You for the Other One! One Cent SALE on DRESSES Buy Any Dress in Stock at the Regular Prfce, af^the|econ(f C^tsOifly. . ;T »!»# .$$&». ''.'- i'.'ji ' •wjfr i'Hll •;*>> <\rtt r ! '.'ft .as • Woo^Crepes , • Flannels • Gabardines • Wash Prints • Rayons ONE PENNY buys-you ii second dress—when you select the first one ,Sfjt regular price! Our entire stock nf dresscSr-dress-up dresses, casual frocks, - —fpjr WOMEN house dresses, etc.,.are included in this special event It's a real opportunity for you to have the new dress you want for the holidays, or even to give ——for JUNIORS dresses to Mother, Sister or Aunt for Christmas. If you like, bring a friend, have her buy the second '..•'• dress, and split the saving between yourselves. -^-for MISSES SIP Hi Women's—Misses , Coats, Suits, Jackets, Slacks, Skirts, Snowsuits, SnowPantt PRICE W IK iiii i^i Hift m ^i^J^ : '| ?M Women's- SWEATERS .1-,. HOUSEOOATf /4 BLOUSES OFF WK9t tm iw pill wMtMWf® m mm Choice of ill ^ifw. S?::fe&i.:SS Si m , •;^T v ifAfl |pi|B|gi

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