December 7, 1961 . Marianiie Stevens 'celebrated her 8th birthday Nov. 24 with a party Tuesday after school at the home of her parents, Rev., and Mrs. J. Paul Stevens. Seventeen December 7, 1961 classmates shared the courtesy, Games Were played,' Marianne opened her gifts and birthday cake was sefVed,' ' Earl, Violet, Luella Swiger and Mrs. Harold Klasse were guests Sunday at the wedding of Daryl Fisher, sdn of Mr. and Mrs, A, L. Fisher, Lu Verne, and Norma Tjadean, daughter of Mr,, and Mrs. Heike Tjadean of Humboldt at Humboldt. ; flETffiBS . • , C. W. (Hoolie) Brownlee'ls>e- tiring as a rural mail carrier on Route 2 out of the Adair postof> fice. He will have completed 41 years of service as a rural carrier. •W. A Cheerful Santa Welcomes You to AI g o i%a' s C h r i s t m a s Si or e Beautiful HILL View of First Floor Decorations THE STORE OF QUALITY GIFTS! There is-no time of year when a truly QUALITY GIFT is more important than when you are giving your friends, and your relatives "something for CKrlsfma's^ You want this gift to represent your true, sincere feelings to those who are dear to you. That's why a gift from the CHRISCHILLES STORE bears the mark of quality, the name itself is something to be cherished and remembered. EXPERIENCED SALES LADIES — COURTEOUS SERVICE If there is one time of year when experienced salesladies and patient, courteous service arc appreciated, it is at the holiday season when in the rush and confusion of milling crowds, the shopper is often bewildered. When you do your Christmas shopping at the CHRISCHILLES STORE, you are assured of seasoned, experienced clerks and the very best ot service. DISTINCTIVE GIFT WRAPPING This store is widely known for its distinctive wrappings and when you give your gift, you want it tastefully and quite elaborately gift wrapped. We take pride in this department; no charge for this service. A HUGE STOCK OF UNUSUAL AND PRACTICAL GIFTS The wide variety and enormous stocks carried by .the CHRISCHILLES STORE adds to your pleasure and enjoyment of shopping here. Every department is brimming full of attractive, practical gifts — robes, lingerie, gloves, handkerchiefs (we are noted for these) and hundreds 'of other items, Make it easy on yourself, shop the CHRIS- CHILLES STORE. OUR FAMOUS TREE DON'T MISS SEEING THIS CHRISTMAS TREE Every year, at this time, we travel to Elmore, Minnesota and personally select one of the Elmore Nursery's most outstanding pine trees. Then we light this with over 200 colored bulbs and decorate it with the most unusual trimmings, many imported from Germany. It's worth a special trip to our ready to wear department to see this big tree; bring the kiddies and show them a sight they'll long remember, THE CHRISTMAS TREE AT CHRISCHILLES'. All the children in this trade area look forward to seeing the life size, moving Santa in our east show windows. Bring them down town to see it — it will give them a thrill, THE CHRISCHILLES STORE ~^T~'^*'& Fun-Filled 5 Days For Ten County 4-H Unit In Chicago Co-Op Elevators Sponsors For Winners Trip Ten Kossuth 4-H'ers and leaders returned from Chicago Tuesday morning from a five day educational fun filled tour of the windy city. Members winning the trip for. their outstanding 4-H club worm were — Mary Alma O'Brien, 3odc; Nancy Chambers, Corwith; Jean Keith, Susan Nitchals and Audrey Gardner, Algona; John Ruger, Fenton; Raymond Johnson, Corwith; Jirn Sparks and Don Madsen, Hurt and Curtis Hanson, Swea City. They were accompanied by Mrs. Clif Benschotcr and Dick Kuecker, Algona, leaders and Dean L. Barnes, county extension director. The group visited the mighty Board of Trade, world famous Hall of Science and Industry, Shedd A q u a r i u>m, Prudential Building, the new McCormick Auditorium and Chicago International Livestock Exposition.. They also made a sight seeing trip through Chicago's Maxwell Street over North Michigan Avenue, China town, University of Chicago campus, Hull House, Washington and Jackson Parks and attended Sunday services at the Chicago Temple or St. Marys. The stage play, "Sound of Music" was enjoyed by all the members and some of the boys also saw the Bears and Rams football game. Free time was spent touring Marshall Fields, Planatarium and the Field Museum. The award trips were 'sponsored by — Farmers Cooperative Co., Ledyard; Irvinglon Cooperative Co., The Farmers Coop Society, Wesley; Farmers Coop. Elevator, Swea City; Whittemore Cooperative Elevator Co., Lone Rock Coop. Exchange, Burt Cooperative 'Elevator, Hobarton Coop. Elevator, Fenton Coop. Elevator, Farmers Elevator Co., Titonka; West Bend Elevator Co., LuVerne Coop. Elevator, Corwith Community Cooperative and the K & H Oil Co., Wesley. This group of 4-H'ers from Kossuth County relumed home this Tuesday morning after a strenuous five days in Chicago. They were accompanied by Dean Barnes, extension director. Pictured are left to right, front row — Mary Alma O'Brien, Bode; Nancy Chambers, Corwith; Jean Keith, Susan Nitchals and Audrey Gardner, all of Algona. Back row — Dick Kuecker, leader; John Ruger, Fenton; Raymond Johnson, Corwith; Don Madsen, Burt; Curtis Hanson, Swca 1 City and Jim Sparks, Burt; Mrs Cliff Benschoter, Algona, Chaperone. (Extension foto — UDM Engraving) • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mrs. C. C. Inman entertained her sons and families at a dinner Sunday before leaving for Washington, D. C. to Spend the holidays with her daughter and family. Present were Mr, and Mrs. Paul Inmart. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Inman ana children and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Inman and children. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McGuire spent the week in Des Moines. David McCleish has accepted employment with United Air Lines in Chicago. His twin brother is also employed by United Air Lines. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCliesh. Mrs. Elliot Waldschmidt of Spencer 'spent the'*fciast week in the parental Ben G. Studer home. Priebe Bulls Sold Berle E. Priebe and Son, Algona, recently sold 10 Aberdeen- Angus bulls to Wellington Ronkin, Helena, Montana; three registered Angus bulls to C. A, Mai- ' lett, Miles City, Montana; a registered Angus bull to Clarence. Greiman and Sons, Garner, Iowa. Safe Driving Honors The November "Safe Driving Aw.ards" announced last week honored Steven Studer of Wesley, Garrigan high student, and Pamela Gabrielson of Alg'ona high. Appropriate ceremonies marked the occasion for each. The honors are sponsored by the Automotive Bureau of Algona. BEAVERS Lee Smith of Correct'ionville recently brought in the results ot 4 days of .trapping. There were 14 beavers, 5 mink, 7 raccoons, and over 140 muskrats. The largest beaver weighed 67 pounds. Thenew BULOVA To make her Diamond Dreams come true, A COMPLETELY NEW SERIES OF DIAMOND SET. 17 JEWEL WATCHES Each model is a perfect blend of case and shimmering facet-cut diamonds; And of course there is a 17 jewel Buloya. movement to make this 3j ^timepiece that will be worn, with love and oride for a life* 1 ; time.. FROM ONLY 1 39 95 '•W Genu/noifacet-cut: diamonds* Q/amond 1UUHNO OBCAM "I* HighfMhIontiKlplecwtwW .round ft* a ipwUhig d and btand Into DIAMOND DRUM "I* _, Td* luxuy of 4 quality OK <nond* »d i ityllih mute bracalit. 17 jiweli. In yeU MM! AIGONA'S LEADING JEWELERS .
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