The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 16
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IS •-* »*•) P« MotoatTriUKa'tty, Navember 30, I96 Mr, and -MM. William '" have -beenry^lted -by their » ( » t ^i with Mr. and Mrs, G. O. Ukers Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Milder were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Milder at Emmetsburg. Vida Johnson, Des , —•— •-•*»• <r*.u^ua* »jKnimui were recently visited by Mr. ana Mrs. Earl Swan and Ames. and daughter, Moines. Mr. and Mrs, Earl ' Bowman had the latter's mother, Mrs and daugr/er Linda spent Thanksfiiving nt Clarion with ' Carl Mrs. Sarah JSmith has relumed •from an extended visit with rel- . __ — _~ H .. Ubw TVf *j\j& filigtrll El Monte^andTiBurbank, Calif Mr.' •" •--•'•--— --• Bill at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook have been visited .by their little Don Ferris him home Wednesday. „, of the parents, ,, u . and Mrs. Charles Volk and re- •**' T'«»VGU uy men MrflnC '.Ann Smith, who speri the Thanksgiving- weekend, wit her parents, Mr, hnct Mrs. Wayn Smith at West fiend. Ann is student at the University a Ames. Mr, and Mrs, Fred Hagert fee their grandsons Dan and Briai to Titonka Sunday Where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Wayn Hagen. They were met there 'by the boys' parents, Mr. and Mis Herbert Schram of Clear Lake who took them home. Mrs. Dick Post went t6 i Man ilia Monday to meet her mother Mrs. Lillian White, and from there, they went to Des Moines where they stayed overnight with Mr. and Mrs. Maury Whitfc. Trom there they went to Iowa City and Mrs. White will go hrough the clinic. Mrs. Kalhryn Mahoney had as guests Thanksgiving- Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney and fam- ly, Minneapolis. Her: son Russell ame Friday from Chicago to pend the weekend. Sunday, Mrs, tfahoney, Russell and Mrs. Mary kelson were dinner guests of Mr nd Mrs. Bruce Eckart at Hum- )oldt. Honor guest was the Eck- rt's daughter. Mrs. C h a r 1 e ? Frances)' Barrickman, Glendale alif. , . - •*:.'•. College, ' -Decoran, al Luthei s^ent . the , , • Thanksgiving weekend vacation A at the home of his parents, Mr. ' Ames ' and Mrs. Corwin Peer. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson were guests Thanksgiving of •. .arid Mrs. O. J. Simons at The Harvey Johnsons. Titonka Couple Wed 25 Years Tilonfca — Mr. and Mrs. Bonno Schutter celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary, which was «-» • — -" —*^( vvxnv.ll WOO Sunday, Nov. 26, Thanksgivirig Day at the Rev. George Tjadens at Winnebago, Minn.'with a family dinner in their honor. Also . £u Ve , had A?u guests Mr: and Mrs. Alvin Hagg has returned to the g harl * S AlbngM, Rapid City, S. State college at Maryville, Mo. P' . „ after spending the Thanksgiving M M d , Mrs< August Schmidt holiday with his parents, Mr. .ami Elvm Moore' took Roger and friends and relatives called .and I Mrs. Albert Hagg. Duam ! ; Bierstedt, grandsons of their home mir the weekend Mrs. Katherine McMurray Mrs- Schmidt, to' Braidwood, 111. Home for the occas on were M?' went to Cedar Rapids Tuesday, •' °ver the weekend following their and Mrs. David Buffineton of called there by the death of her landed spjourn here; They will West Liberty, Mr. and Mrs Her .brother r m-law, Roy Forney, : 81. "9^. be with their mother, Mrs. man Schutter and famHv oi Funeral services were held Wed- *fed Schneider. ,-•;•• Spencer and Mr. and Ife Rich . 1M 2? ay< .,'„ »• .Thanksgiving Day guests in rd Bunkers of Pontiac Mich Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mittag, the Julius Seller home were Mrs ' L MCfPlfl Onrt nrkt^v* I /A -»*.*•!.._ J TTi..; I- 1t/T*.».. C«_11 __ .'•»«•_. ' i •* — — _.- * Thanksgiving guests at the ----- --- —-•»••*• A-*«AAB\J/ I «*%. W MA1MO kJCJlCl 11UIJ1C WCiC IVITS Angela and Donnie. arrived Fri- Mary Seller, "Mr. and Mrs. Mike I -inanKsgivlng guests at tht T /" Fra " CISC0 ' Calit Seiler ' Berniece Smith and Hen-Homer Downs home were Mr svfce Th PV ° ri?ler 3S beel ? Jn f y Se ? ler - A] g° na ' Marilyn Sei- and Mrs.: Dick Downs of -Mason service They are now making ler who teaches, at Bettendorf City, Mr. 'and Mrs. Bob Downs h h '' Jim and Eunice, -Arm- day bV .their' son, Clarence of 'Mr and Mrc wir n u S P encer - He was enroute home Mr. and Mrs. William Hunchey from Des Moines where he at- r j^Pt r y ^eir tended, the band concert given [Thanksgiving guests at the home orMr.vand Mrs. J. L. Intermill. , They also visited at the | Oesterreicher home. 7 ARM Larry Brummel of Rock Valley lost his left -arm at the shoulder recenth looking For A Different Gift Idea? Why not do as so many of our shoppers have done in the past . '. . Let the whole family chip in and give DAD a new suit, topcoat, sportcoat and slacks this Christmas ! sS He'll tell you he doesn't need it and that ifs un- necessary, but you'll see a twinkle in his eye and the look of pride eyery time he wears it. Bring Dad in now to select his gift ... or, give him a Zander's Gift Certificate. -. >'!.. . ..I^a«fe4tf i VI **S*B J W|?l' ' ** ' > > * , > * , ' v ' ;1 •-:' • •*<•' V V> :J -':' '• " V^M'k*^-- t ' • •-, «i . '««*", ptt a glove, is at-mark of QUALITY and 'sure satisfaction. $2.25, to, $2,96 * HOSE Berkshire hose maker an fdeal'gift; new Fall colors, ideal gifts, safe buy. $1.35 to$1.5Q '."): PURSES The largest selection of fine purses in Algona, all shapes, sizes and colors. • " $2.00 to $12.95 JEWELRY The 'popularity 'of our , ,,-. l e w e lJT department as\" ^S 6 * yo« °f a welcome ,,gifl. Beautiful new designs. $1.00 to $3.95 ITEMS Our entire infants department is ' aeararl for qift giving. Neatly bbxed, dresses, suits, novelties. Wide range of prices, mostly extremely moderate. ROBES K^''"^^ ^ r ?*? ve robe » a "sure rt ? 3^*. to. ( both Wife and sweetheart. \ • O^hoWay hne reflects the latest style •.trends. YOU can't miss on a robe. Many pasteli .and some two-piece sets. • $6.98 toi $19.98 A complete showing of famous Artemis |-lmgene makes easy gift shopping. DRESSES The new Spring cotton dresses are arriving almost daily and every woman appreciates a light fresh, cr,sp cotton at this time of year Regular and half sizes. Also some very attractive Fall dresses at reduced 'prices. As low as $5.98. $11.98 to $14.98 HANDKERCHIEFS This store has always been noted for its exclusive imported hankerchiefs. We feature the, famous Osage line which embodies many, hand made and hand finished, lacey types so popular for that Intimate remembrance. $1.00 to $2.50 LINENS In the linen department, you'll find table cloths, bridge sets,'runners and a vast variety of_ smart new printed styles which make most acceptable gifts for' the wife who wishes to add a touch of elegance to her home. SLIPPERS The vogue for house slippers is tremendous and we 'show a large variety of style*—some even fur lined. $1.98 to $4.98 O A TREEFULl OF QUALITY CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS mow" . ' „ • CHRISCHILLES ALL BEAUTIHIIIV AIBT u/n A BBBn ' "". yf • - |.J ^ " '.-' " f *| All BEAUTJRJUY SIFT W»AJ»J?IB li&l Pi >1

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