The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 16
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PAGE EIGHT. ALGONA UPlMEft tiES M01NES, ALGONA, IOWA ZENDER'S-GIFT HEADQUAI^f ER^ FOR AND Sox! Shelves Full! Fancy anklets or rcBU\ar lenffth hose by Interwoven and Munsinif- wear arc a practical gift. Priced from 39cto70c Ties! Lots of Them! Plenty to choose from our large selection of Arrow, Cheney and Kcgal wools, rayons and silks' Priced from $1 to $2.50 Sport Shirts- Famous Makes McGregor and BVD famous sport shirts:in all sizes; practical for all types.of wear- Priced from $3.73 to $8.50 Gloves That Wear! Ilanscn and Arrow gloves again offered in pigskin, deerskin or cape, in all sizes, colors. Priced from , $2.95 to $5.50 Robes a Man Prefers Glover and Stylccraft have.furn- ished us with a beautiful stock of • plain and fancy beacons and wools. Priced . . '•":.'' $5.95 to $16.25 Sweaters Galore! Fan-on- McGregor and Campus, plain and fancy coats or pullover style;'- they make an Weal gift. Priced Irom $3.50 to $9»75 Leathergoods of All Types Billfolds, shaving kits, brief cases, nnd secretaries by Bosca in calf, soal, pigskin or steerhide. Priced from $3.05 to $10.98 Mufflers! _£olor Packed! We have never offered, a-better selection of fine mufflers by Regal; fancy wools and rayons. Priced .from ' • .• $1.00 to $3.50 JACKETS NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST STOCK! Zender's arc offering the greatest selection you will find of fine jackets, priced right .Our huge selection offers you a choice of gabardines, poplins, mountain cloth, wools or leathers by McGregor or Field & Stream, priced from wv to 5Z3 Suspenders and Belts! Hickok belts and suspenders In various colors and styles, t$ suit your pocketbook and man. from •> $1,00 tp $2,50 OUR BOYS DEPT. IS WELL STOCKED AND CONTAINS ALL OF THE ITEMS LISTED HERE, AT LOWER PRICES, OF COURSE. HHPHR HB^^W iW ^W ^^^^^ ^^^^^w ^w ^w . ^^^f GIFTS FOR MEN Al^D BOYS OF SENECA AREA HOME ON HOLIDAY! r the Kett- Lake, Je iSeneca; Seneca. u dents and teachers home holiday weekend were: neth Campbell, Storm , Jeanne Wilberg, rt p onn ?.. o1 , Cody and Wanda Olson, Waldorf ffle, Forest City; Harriet Jonef, Hamilton Business college at Mason City; Helen. Cody from Esther'ville; Maxine Cody fr&m Thompson; Wayne Nyman, ,Iowfa State college at Ames; Harriett Olsen and Donna Jean Bollig, Terlll. Dona Jean Bollig went to Des Molnes Friday morning, and spent the remainder of the week-end with Jo Ann Kennedy) who is employed there. Thanksgiving Dinner . Mr. and -.VIrs. -Cecil Baldwin entertained the A. C. Hagemans of Armstrong at Thanksgiving dinner and supper. ; Wedding Anniversary Mr. arid Mrs. Caleb .Hartshorn are enjoying a visit from the latter 1 * sister, Beulah Hartshorn Waters. On Wednesday evening they honored their parents, the Ray Hartshorns of Armstrong on thci; 1 wedding anniversary by having n paity for theni. New Girl at Irmiters . Mr. and Mu. Henry, I««iter. are- the proud aarents of a 7%Ib. baby daughter born . Friday night at the Holy Family .hospital at Estherville. The Trmit- ers now have a family of two sons and two daughters. ; Seneca Alumni Win The Seneca Alumni basektbalt team met the Lone Rock quint on the local floor Thursday evening. It was a very close game with Seneca defeating tne Lone Rockers 35-33. The group will be entertained by the Mesdames Cecil Anderson and Clarence Petc'rsen in January. ''Ml™ Mrs. Emma and the Clarence Petersons spent Thanksgiving day at the . Herman Madsens, Ringsted. , Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and J. H. Jensen were Thanksgiving evening guests, at the P. H. Jensen home at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg entertained relatives at their home Wednesday evening. The occasion was their son Vernon s first birthday. Mesdames Ray Osborn, Roy Jensen and Miss Tena Jensen attended a Legion Auxiliary meeting at the Ralph Thompson home ne'ar Lone Rock Wednesday afternoon. ' . ', Mr. and Mrs. Bud Paulson and daughter ., and Henry Hoeck ,p Grant, 'also Mr. and Mrs.- Joh Dixon , of Lone Rock were Thanksgiving diner guests at the Art Paulson home. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey entertained relatives for Thanks-. giving dinner and supper. Guests were -Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager and family, the C. F. Weggeners and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Yager, Karlo Petersen, student at Grand View college at Des Moincs, spent the holiday weekend at the home of his uncle, the Pete Petersens. Holgar Petersen of Kansas City was also home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jensen of Waterloo visited at the Fred Jensen' home and with other relatives in this vicinity during the holiday weekend. They were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Sigurd Olsen home near Rolfe. The Seneca Unit of Amvet.s s met at the home of Mrs. Ralplr Campbell . Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Robert Burt ns co-j hostess. Plans were modo to send a birthday gift to theiri adopted girl and also Christmas presents, .. Mesdames s Louise Godden and Eula Williamson accompanied the Jerry Goddens to Ames Saturday, where they spent the day visiting at the home of Mrs. Williamson's daughter' and family. On Sunday Mrs. Godden. and Mrs. 1 Williamson left for Call- 'ornia from Ames, where they » will visit their sons and daugh* ters for an indefinite stay. The /' Jerry Goddens drove on to Desj Moines, where they spent the weekend with friends. '. EARLY MERCHANT,] WESLEY, IS DEAD 1 Wesley; Mrs. Haze) Firm $tuf der of Farmlngton, Minn.;,,wrptf Mrs.- Al Wagner recently saying that her father Wm. Finn haft passed away at his home • to Lake Helen, Fla,, October 2? from a cerebral hemorrhage. JJ< had become quite feeble tou still did a 'little hoeing |n hit grove and a little wood chopping every day, H? did mosipl hip sleeping in a rocking chair pi " under the orange trees. The Finn? ha.d fpur Ha.?el, Homer and JuUan , The latter Jived with his and plans to stay there •present- Clare- died ato „, „, and Homey was Wiled, in ft w road seejBetit about igSQ, ' They operated. a> ' A - y .her*ti}l,J8P it wag, sg}d. T tp L,; p, Lea^e, £ inn waj ter fronj thjm msvfd 'It

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