The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Thursday, January 10, 1957
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January 10, 1957 aigona (Upper January 10, 1957 Active Holiday Season In Most Whittemore Homes Whiitetnore — Many relatives and students from a distance spent Christmas Day and their Christmas vacation with their respective parents here. Dinner guests Christmas Day at 'the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz were Mr and Mrs Wilmar Wichtendahl and son Dean, and Mr and Mrs Alvin Potratz and family of Letts Creek, Mr and Mrs David Berkland arid Mrs Larry Gade of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Arthur Potratz and family 'of Denison, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Loran Barker and family of Calamus, and Martin Potratz and Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons of here. At the Otto Boll home were Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell, and daughter Ruth and son Paul, Mr and Mrs Maurice Schwint and son David, Mr and Mrs Elmer O. Bell, Mr and Mrs Bernard Bell and family, Emma Roeber, August Roeber, and Mr and Mrs Andy Elbert of here, Mr and Mrs Wayne Bollinger and family of Lntts Creek and William Elbert of Algona. At the Ruth Schultz home six o'clock supper guests were Mr and Mrs Norman Sehultz and daughter Debra, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs James Schultz, Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernoti, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer aft-d son Eldon Ray, Mr and Mrs HeH bert Potratz and sons and Janicd Schultz. At the William Roeber home Christmas Day and evening were Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family. Mr and Mrs Maynard Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs MHvin Roeber and son David, Kniina Roeber, August Roebrr. nnd Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and family. At the Elmer F. Bell's Christmas Day v/ere Mr and Mrs George Frost and family, 'Mr and Mrs Everett Siegler and . family of Eslheiville, Mr and Mrs Harold Kunt/ of Carroll and Mr and Mrs Wayne Bell and family and Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems of here. At the Ellsworth Heidenwith home Christmas Eve were Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux of West Bend. Ralph Sehers of Aurora, 111.. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl ;md son Danny and daughter Kay Frances. Christmas Day at the Herman Voigt's nf Algona, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons. Mr and Mrs Raymond'Voigt and family. At the home of Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. were Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer, Mr and Mrs Edward Meyer and James Meyer of Garner, Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer and son of Rodman, Mr and Mrs William Mover and family, Mr and Mrs Elvin Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Brlnikc and family. Mr arid Mrs Hugo Meyi-r, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck and family of here, Mr and Mrs Albert, Meyer and family and Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb and family of Lotts Creek. At the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer were Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn and family of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Paul Dietrich and. Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and family of Rodman, Mr and Mis Lfrwrence Meyer and family, Mr ao.d Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, and Mr and Mrs William OstwaM and family of here. At the Edward Maahs homo w< to Mr and Mrs Terry Rehlnu-r and daughter Debbie of Clarion, Mr' and Mrs Eugene: Manns and family of Deconih, Mr and Mrs Elmer Maahs of here. Laura Braatz, of Mason City spent the weekend and Christmas Day at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz. At the homo of Mr and Mrs Frank Eiselo were Mr and Mis Herman Bode and family of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley and daughters Marybeth and Ana STATIONERY Per Package Writing Paper and Envelopes whit* and Pastels Regularly 29c LIMIT: TWO PER CUSTOMER, PLEASE CARD TABLE COVERS 77 c Full size, with quilted and stitched playing surface, choice of light shades of yellow, green, rose, blue. Elastic corners for fit. Infants Terry LOUNGERS 1.47 FOUR-PIECE SET — as pictured — a snug, toasty- warm outfit in all infants sizes. Packed in poli bag. Regularly $1.98. SCARVES 47c Cotton challis for wear now! In most attractive Paisley and block plaid patterns. Each is 33 inches square. CHOC. CHERRIES Full Pound of Famous BRACK'S Quality 47 Big Cherries Thickly Coated With Rich Chocolate SILVERWARE PLASTIC TRAY 37* Four compartments to hold silver neatly — choice of yellow, red or blue — Regularly 49c value. DISH TOWELS 4*97$ The EXTRA LARGE size in finest dish towel material, bleached pure white, Unhemmed. CHINA KITCHEN BOWLS China while bowls in a substantial weight — and so handy for serving oyster stew, chili, soups, etc. Stock your cupboard for every-day family needs 1 7 LADIES FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS They're 29c values , . so see what a bargainl Fancy print hankies with hand-rolled hems — many with scalloped borders. 2 For 27C PICTURE PUZZLE Brand-new assorted subjects in interlocking picture puzzles with 300 pieces. Put some aside for gift- giving. 27 LARGE CANNON DISH CLOTHS Regularly lOc each 1 And good buys at that price I White color, and the wanted large size. For 27C HA SINK STRAINER DISH MOPS Wattle Sink Strainer Asstd. Colon Pom Pom Mops Colon EACH FRAMED OIL PAINTINGS 1.77 $3.00 values!. Particularly attractive — and a LARGE size 22 x 42 inches hardly ever near this low price. Assorted subjects. Matching frame. COTTON PRINT APRONS 77C Cotton print "overall" aprons in the large comfy size. $1.19 values. CLUTCH BAGS (plus tax) They're new styles for Spring! Assorted stylos in clutch bags with zip and folded tops. Lots and lots of different ones to select from! t IT'S B-I-G-G-E-R THAN EVER BEFORE!!!! How Long Since You've Seen Hand-Picked January Bargains Like These? We've Taken Weeks and Weeks In The Planning . . . Got Favorite Manufacturers To Really "GIVE" For This Event . . . Check What You Want And Make "BIG 7" Your Lucky Shopping Number at HARRISON'S STORE ! Cannon TOWELS They're Big 22 x 44 Bath Size ! 2 For 87C TWO in a pack! TWO extra large big bath towels for this pricel Solid colors and black plaids — and every towel a true CANNON! Ladies SWEATERS COAT STYLE With Neat V-Neck! And Warmly Fleece-Lined! 1.67 REGULAR $1.98 VALUES Ladies ! Don't miss seeing these , . . you'll probably eve nwant more than one. Lovely cotton coat sweaters, V- neck style, two pockets, fleece-lined. In rich smart deeptone colors, Matching Kitchen Items Large Size Waste Basket Hinged Lid Bread Box Set of Four Canister* Heavy metal items — all of them in a matching Orchid pattern that because of its color choice fits well into any kitchen. Buy one unit — buy all three I New color for winter kitchens 1 EACH NOTIONS SALE! Choose Any of These Items For Just Seven Cents BOBBY PINS — 36 to a pack — choice of black or brown. SAFETY PINS — in aWgil? c!S& ffZ Also common pins, COMBS - 8-inch drew- in V of "ffi? ft with clip. raMail combs, TAPE MEASURE — of durable paper cloth, handy for home use. 10c value. KLEENEX 2 Boxes For 47C Ordinarily 29c per box. 400 count boxes — in white, pink or yellow. JERSEY GLOVES 27C Men's and ladies gloves in the heavy brown jersey that you like to use for chores and yard work, PLASTIC DISH PAN 970 $2.00 valuesl Rectangular shapes for today's sinks. Pastel shades of turquoise, pink, yellow, rose. Heavy plastic, IRONING BOARD For i SILICONS; K>H ii elualk finin

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