M§TM Bohnson Woman's Club Hwtess, Burt Butt — Tht Bun Woman's Cfwb met Jan. ? «t the horn* of M*f*e BttUtton with Lillian Main- iM* assisting hostess. Sheryl Smith played 2 piano selections by Brahms. Barbara Dremmel gave a talk on the subject erf a need for a youth center in Burl Patrolman Duane Homan of Humboldt gave a very interesting talk on Safety and showed a film titled "Look, Listen and Live." The next meeting will be held Mon., Jan. 21, at the home of Lulu Hawcolt with Rowena Ryerson assisting hostess. Circle* Methodist Cirdes met Wednesday afternoon a* follows: Lois, with Nellie Clark, Mary Baer assisting. Loraine Campney had devotions, Vera Schwietert, the program. Leah, with Edna Smith, Lillian Sheldon assisting. Helen Vogel gave devotions, Jessie Chafee the program, Ada McFarland, the special number. Lydia, with Ruby Hinckley. Cora O'Keefc had devotions. Burl Blue Birds Burt Blue Birds met at the home of Carilyn and Marilyn Hinckley lor the January 4-H ifteeting. A talk on sewing wa* liven bjf Kathleen Faber and Susan Lovstfad gave the. method used in making a padded hanger. Demonstrations by Gertrude Kah- lw, Rosemary Ulses, Judy and Jane Mitchell was followed by a balk on 4-H given by Lois Lichter. Mrs Merle Schwietert was a guest This group will purchase a camera and attachments .lor use in club work, Sunday visitofr, at" the Louis Riedel home' were Mr and Mrs Ed Kain and family, AJgona and Mr and Mrs Ernest Nauman, with Judy and Dale. The women are sisters of Mrs Riedel. Mr and Mrs Martin Oriese left the first of the week for North Carolina where they will vis.it the son-in-law and-daughter, Mr and Mrs Ken Shivers in Winston- Salem and. meet their first grandchild, a son born to' the Shivers, November 18. ; , , \ The , Burt ;Bah'd Mothers wUl rneet Thursday evening, the 17th, at the school house. Hostesses are MabeUhe Lovstad, Shirley Lovstad, Marge Lavrenz and MaBelli? Black. ^Toots Hpppus and Marie O'Briep are, in charge <*f Fun-Time. . , ".Mr and 1 Mrs C-; M, Gross with Duane arjd Perry and Mr" and Mrs Art Lessen were, Sunday dinner guests at; the Don Gross home near Fen^on., ; Mrs Jessie ^ash spent Friday t Saturday , at the Chet L. b home in Algeria and wto-h David Miller attended last at -the, Mcpullpugh Funeral >el .Saturday afternoon for Raymond* Webb' of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs; Frank •Richards of Fpft Dodge moved recently into the Gjsh apartment. ''•Mr and Mrs J,ack- Hears and family of Algoua' moved recently into the Battling house and Mr ftjears is in the Vicking Service Station with August Heinen also of Algona. ' ( Mrs Glee Bullock is a patient at Rochester, Minn. Her address it room 508 Methodist Hospital there. * Mr and Mrs Merle Richards attended iast rites, in Algona Saturday for the. letter's brot>er-in- law, Raymond Webb of Huroboldt. Others at the services from this community ^ere -Mr " and Mrs Walter Dacken, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and Mr and Mrs Ftahlt Richards, as well as many others. Gary Webb prAJgona, with a cpusin Earl Brown of Des-Moines, spent Saturday night with John 2<-AJ0ontf (1o.) UpfW 0** Moitttt Thvtttiay, Jonoary 17, 1957 . Mr and Mrs 'Roy P. Vanderhoff with Dorothy and Jerry visited Mr and Mrs Darold Pettie at FaH- fcwilt and with Mr and Mrs Erjck Matsfca in Minneapolis during th* school vacation. They also » »Mit aoroe 'time with Mr Vender- hAflTs wotbar, Mrs Blanch Van. dsrooft ; . . •, Gebken received word ' : a* tfta death of 'his fa» " " rg, Germany, The • was 94 Y- w iliner, , yeai-soi Sunday; dtapej* -guests • at the Boy Vandernotf home were Mr and Mrs 4?har}e» Jones and kois wwi Mr awl Mrs Heiwy Jone* aJJ • ~ 7«.. Th?y .«w Attended in Algona. Doan News By M« XJanaday at aon in the sir , hi* mm of I?oud», e flfltt&VMf Hivi 2 at Th* Doan W.S.C.S. met at the home of Mrs Ross Buffington on Thtfrtdtf aflftrpoon, l&n. 10. Re- frtsi^intnts were served to 17 members. The lesson was read by Phy4lia Hoover and Elsa Cunningham. Sgl. and Mrs Charles Kiley and two children of Lake Zurich, 111., visited at the Lee Kiley home from Friday night until Sunday morning, Jan. 6. Thev left about 9:30 a.m. and took the rest of their furniture with them ai they have found a house to rent near Charles Army Base. Mr and Mrs John Miller left for Texas early Saturday morning, Jan. S. They took their trailer house along to live in while down there for the winter. Mr and Mrs James Spears spent Sunda v evening at the Clarence Canaday home. RETIRES Mailman Wayne Humphreys has retired at New Providence, after 37 years as rural carrier. He'd driven about 550,000 miles on the job. •LAKOTA By Mn Jerry Heetlond Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena visited in Sac City, Sunday, with the Ralph Dewey family. The Ukenas expect to leave Thursday for i vacation trip southward, then east and up the coast to New York where they will visit their sort Paul and family. Mrs Albin Nelson of Buffalo Center is recuperating from hei recent surgery at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Christ. Saturday night while skating Mrs Nelson's son, Allen fell and broke his arm so he was hospitalized Sunday. Mr arid Mrs John Welhousen and Janet of Titonka were Sunday guests in the Elmer Paulsen home. Otto Hertzke had major surgery at Buffalo Center and Mrs Melvin Englebarts underwent « goiter operation m the Estherville and is recuperating at the Home of her mother in Swea City. Ledyard Homemakers m*t with Mrt Burdette Hoeppner, Friday. Mesdames Mary Telkamp and Russell Winter demonstrated the making of bread and varieties of sweet rolls. Louise Thaves has returned from a few days visit with her niece. Mrs Henry Guderian in Algona. Mary Jean l/?on a .ra, vocal music instructor, took Michael Vcdtas- ka, Gerald Heetland. Robert Sheldahl. Lurene Barrett and loha Sachs to Decorah. Wednesday, where they participated in a music festival at Luther College. Rev. and Mrs H^rlan Kruse arid children went to Minneapolis, Sunday afternoon, for a visit with Rev. and Mrs Becnken. The ladies are sisters. The Earl Paulsen family moved last week into their newly completed home. They had t»een living with Mrs Paulson's .father, Walter Leslie. When returning to Luther College at Decbrah a week ago Sun- day, Frankie Lewfe Was involved in a three car accident and his convertible was badly wrecked. The roads were icy from th* wet snow and as Frankie came over a hill near Decorah a car ahead of him wag turning round and he could not avoid hitting it. Then a third car came and struck the Lewis car. Luckily Frankie was not injured. Mr F. T. Lewis had major sur- pery at Mercy hospitad in Mason City Thursdey. His daughter ?vlrs Wilson Brack is staying in Mason City with him. Mr Lewis expected to come home Tuesday. Greenwood OlrJs The January meeting of the Greenwood Girls was held recently. A talk was given by Eileen Vaske. Karen Wilhelmi and Mary Jo Vaske gave a demonstration. SIXTIETH At Gfand Junction, Mr and Mrs Doyle McGregor observed their 50th wedding anniversary recently. Their entire married life has been s^ent in Boone and Greene ^xxxxx/yx/yx/?y/y/yx/w^,yxxx/>y/^/^^ Our First "Invitation NORTH JJOWA^APPLIANCE^CENTER Al Richardson"""""* ALGONA, IOWA f j John Levy, Complete New '57 Line APPLIANCES MASTER OVEN told* mool to NOW ON I IT'S THE MOST THRILLING APPLIANCE NEWS IN A LONG TIME, FOLKS I SEE! SEE! SEE! SEE! ' " " «*« • Keyboard Control! Built-in Meat Thermometer. GE ELECTRIC RANGES • Roll-Around ShelvesI True-Zero Freezing Compartment GE REFRIGERATORS • Absolutely Lint Free! Pirt-Free Water All The Time! 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BOf in In* li »ui «t sao't t»U .all Ito Mpst cordia'ly lovlta YOU to »*w" — *MW9 IIIMW yev'li iw yow »if I to "ih»y almost })M kitchen, . . . w» do 18*7 - John Levy North Iowa Appliance 310 i. In North l«wa S*w'«SI Machine x//,//x/^/xx/^/yxxxxxx^x/xx/x/y/xx//i^^ £/va and Jessie's Gigantic CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES THIS WEEK ENDS SATURDAY NITE Tell Yottr Friends, Bring Your Friends — Get Your Share of the Bargains! New Specials Added This Week 56-CO AT Toddlers' 14 Sub-teens' 10-12-14 Children's 3-6, 7-14 Juniors' 11 and 13 NAME BRANDS AT BIG SAVINGS 200 ORES 2.88 2 FOR $4 3.88 2 FOR $6 4.88 2 FOR $8 5.88 2 FOR $10 JUNIORS, MISSES, HALF SIZES ALL FABRICS & COLORS Closing Out Dresses-Sizes 38 to 48 • Priced From 2.88 to 5.88 BUY 2 - SAVE MORE! ANOTHER GROUP DRESSES 1/4 T01/3 OFF JUNIORS, MISSES, HALV SIZES KNIT DRESSES S $10.00 OFF SUITS $ REDUCED TO. 5 and 1 0 OTHERS UP TO 50% OFF SPORTSWEAR JUNIORS and MISSES Sweaters up to 1 /2 off Fur V Lamb, Jewel Trim, Orlons. BLOUSES Cottons, Jerseys, Nylons and Rayons. £50% OFF WOOL SKIRTS SS<W% OFF 2.99 to 6.99 Jackets 20% off Children's Wear Sizes 144, Sub-teen 844. 100 DRESSES .., 1.98 & Up Girls' & Sub-teens' SKIRTS- 4/3 OFF Boys' DRESS PANTS and KNIT SHIRTS —-„._ 1/3 OFF Girls' T-SHJRTS (styled) -.-1/3 OFF 1-Piece and 2-Piece 4.98 and up Sizes 1 - 4 $100 SPECIALS Ladies' and Juniors' Dresses, Girjs' Blouses, Boys' Shirts, Baby Shoes, Infants' and Toddlers' Playclothes (corduroys and twills), Infants' Knit Dresses with Panties, Ladies' Blouses, Knit Rompers, and Fancy Collars. LINGERIE JCOTTON PLISSE SLIPS Sizes 82 to 44. SPECIAL LADIES' RAYON PANTIES and BRIEFS, were 89c. Special FLANNEL DUSTERS Were 6,98, NOW RAYON GOWNS and SLIPS FLANNEL PAJAMAS and I/ AM GOWNS UP TO /2 Vrr HOUSECOATS NYLON SLIPS Sizes 44 to 30 . BARY BEACON FITTED BLANKETS (Contour Corners) SHAWLS, BABY BLANKETS, HEADWEAR ,.. -» . $3,99 Up to 50% OFF and Jessie's "The Little Shop on th« Side Street"
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