The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1954 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 9, 1954
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gjjfltfflut da.)Upp*f P« Motne* tu§»tlay, November .9, 1954 Formal for the Legion of the Moose Lodge were held Sunday afternoon at the local hall. Members and tfoeir wives attended from Storm iAJce, Webster City, Esthetville load Fort Dodge. Dinner was served by the local Women of the Moose chapter and dancing was the entertainment Tor the evening. Mrs I Beats had as her guest ort Thursday, her aunt, Mrs Leo Sankey of Britt. Mt and Mrs Casey Loss and daughter, Paye, were at Iowa dity Saturday attending the football game. They returned home the same evening. Sir! Norton, daughter of Mr afiel Mrs Richard Norton celebrated her 12th Birthday on Sunday. Friday evening she was hostess to five of her classmates at a dinner and slumber party. Attending were Sheralyn Krog, Sharon DeGroote. Marijane Williams. Joanne Muckey and Cindy Hardy, The Wednesday Night Youlh Club of the Presbyterian church has chosen' for their Mother of the Month, Mrs fiobert Stephenson. The,club meets after school for crafts, music, religious instruction and supper, Mr and Mrs Lewis Ferguson went to Ottumwa over the weekend where Mr Ferguson attended the annual convention of coin collectors. The daughter, Evelyn stayed with her grandmother, Mrs W. K. Ferguson. Neil Monaco went io Kansas City, Mo. on Wednesday where he boarded a plane for Phoenix, Ariz. He is visiting the Russell Frenchs in Phoenix. The special meeting of ihe Past Matrons and Past Patrons of the Order of Eastern Star has been postponed from Tuesday,' Nov. 16, to Wednesday evening, Nov. 1?., ' these Purdue game on Saturday were Mr and Mrs John Carroll, Mf and Mrs Marc Moore, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey, and Mf and MJs. Russ Cook. Dicft Post, Diek Burt,. Harry Greenberg and Bob McCullough flew^to Iowa City in the McCullougH plane. ' Friends here received' wo»d( of the death of Warren Walsh, Am'es on Saturdayi Mr Walsh Was 48 and had suffered from a heart ailment for some time but the attack came suddenly while at home. The Walsh's are former Algonans and Mr Walsh was a salesman for a seed company when they lived ,here. Mrs Georgia Thaves is expected in Algona late* this week. She has been visiting relatives iin Ohio and more recently was a resident at the Presbyterian home apartment oir,&it street wtiete she will celebJaied aMa^;- If Mofi --for Mrl MtTdayV party ' Mr* Cof a fiaed 60th birtHlay tjHC a memorable^ b Bacori with fin being, held, ,at Legion hall ati Burt/ ',The and daughters' atteft'diflg -were Mr and Mrs L W, Mison, Algona, Mf and Mrs, Floyd Bacon, ,Burt; Mr and Mrs tf, 'A.] Hohertstein,! Amboy, Minn- arid ';Mr 'find Mrs E, Hofius ofOtfosen, The daughter 1 Etta, Mrs. Stanley McDonald, who lives in Oregon, was- unable to attend. Nine grandchildren 1 and twenty greatgrandchildren were there. There was a- pott luck' dinner' at noon and friends and forrqer neighbors called in the afternoon. Mrs Bacon Wa» presented with, a purse *of -money. Jtttrii ei&fe of > « ChTUf eh,' is „ having f a work j nlgnt 1ft * the' chut df'' basement; this LET'S TALK TURKEY We'll Be Your 'Host' for Thanksgiving THE HUB'S SPECTACULAR OFFER GOOD BETWEEN NOW AND THANKSGIVING Free Oven- Dr (ALL READY TO POP INTO THE OVEN) With the Purchase of any Men's SUIT or COAT In Our Stocks up A plump, juicy, oven-dressed Thanksgiving Turkey absolutely FREE . . . that's what the HUB CLOTHIERS is offering men of Kossuth county right now and until Thanksgiving. Now you can't beat that gents, especially when the Hub is offering its finest selection of men's coats and suits in history. But don't delay - we'll have plenty of birds but you'll want to make your selection while our stock is complete. And after you've selected the coat or suit of your choice, we'll be the hosts at your Th ..iksgiving dinner) LEUTHflLDmiJAMS ALGONA.IOWA of on -Hemmirtgseh ' and d Bu/t..-Mrs Charles v will f give Ihe deVO- pecs Ca*d t elub met ehlng at the, home ®eeher llatlft Mts Doris 5,$k>h the prize fejr'high seore,.Mfs Mabel Lee, the io& and Mrs/ Hugh Post the' travel prize, Mr ahd Mrs Bob Sigsbee wenl to Lincoln, v NeB.-, over 'the yveek' end, where" the'y >isited Mr Sigsbee's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Earl Beardsley. The sons, Bobby, tfi'nd Jimmy were cared for by. their grandmother, Mrs W. 3. Sfgsbge 'and the -little daughter, Judy went to West Bend to *Vfslt her maternal grandparents, -Mr and Mrs Adolph Bruellma'n.^ •-, Mrs Richard, Burl was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening, Mw.fte* Voyles.and The e^ecullve board of Ihe (JJrl Scouts in.Algona met Monday evening .at the home of Mrs Kenneth Strahorn. ' David Simpson', little' s6n of Mr arid Mrs DWight Simpson was a patient at St. Arin hospital a couple of days last week. He was ill With pneumonia and is now recovering nicely at home. Mf and Mrs (Sail Maase and family and Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase and family were dinnei guests of their mother, Mrs Cartie Haase on Thursday. The 6c- casion was Mrs Carrie Haase s birthday. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith and Mr and Mrs Bob LeBarre spent from Friday until Sunday at Iowa City where they attended the Iowa-Purdue game. They called, on Charles LaBarre who cital. -on Friday" thef |tMP^ at Ceaar Rapids to visit Mf aftd Mrs Art WickefshM jftf fftrtJJ». Mrs WickersMtfm-5s the fofmef Audrey Lehman. • ^j , \ . Sthool Mcth^rs Meet ' Room mothers'.of Mrs Janice Anderson's kindergarten class met at the home of Mrs Yfm, BestCrt- lehner Monday evening, this was the first meeting of the new school year. In charge of the meeting -were Mrs .Bestettlehner and Mrs Robert DeweL Mrs Anderson and Mrs Mark Stanton were present as well' as dthef Bothers. Homemakars To Meet , Cresco-Riverdale Homerriakers will meet Wednesday; Nov. 17, at the home of Burnetta. W.ildi« With Ida Wildin as . assisting hostess. * Program on "Lines and,Colors to Suit the "figure" 'will, be ^relented by Helen Gerber ana, Elaine Teeter. ; . ' v '.;«.. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends » WT ^tr *T n ^r - LUXU RT , • .. ' ' ;'.- ;.'. •' '>'',..;••••.."•.,•"••'.''.... .. ' - , ' ' Without Extravagance f'l At Algpnd's Newest and Finest Ready-To-Wear Department Lovely Coats At Reasonable Prices You'H enjoy buying your new winter coat .amid the Peasant and comfortable surroundings of our conven- ent ready-to-wear department. Courteous sales ladies are always ready to give you helpful hints and assist you with your purchase. Prices are so reasonable. QUALITY coats for as little cs $35.00 and $45.00 and ine 'Strooks Pom Pom for $89.95. Soft, rich autumn ihades and wearable 'styles makes shopping for a new coat, a real thrill.' Especially at this store. ' A large selection of jackets from $5.95 to $12.95. ENTIRE STOCK FINE FALL SUITS REDUCED Distinctive Hats Our beautiful millinery section i* a bu*y place these d qy , with dozens of new and smart hat? arriving almost daily The bright, colorful hats this Fall, are so becoming that yog'll syrely went more than one. Prices range from $3.98 « Q $15.00. I complete stock of children's hats. Chrisehilles store

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