The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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November 10,1955 (Die gtaona tipper DtS jttotm* JSave! Save! Save I Penney's makes room for new holiday ^ merchandise! You get in-season stocks at oil-season prices!^ AI WAY S M R $ T Q U A LI T Y I Pre-holi THRILLING PENNEY COAT EXCLUSIVE AT A THRILLING LOW, PENNEY PRICE FROSTY FLEECE MILIUM-LINED LADIES' COATS Wear it from snowtime to Springtime I Latest Colors ! Sizes 8-16. SWEET SHOPPE SPECIALS! 1,39 89c 50c 39c SEE PENNEY'S LARGE SELECTION * MIXED NUTS - * PARTY MIX * CHOC. CHERRIES * PEANUT BRITTLE - GIFTS SAVE! CANNON TOWELS IN CAREFREE COLORS!!! 77r I I W WASH CLOTHS - 19c ea. PIECE GOODS RIOT! 53 BOLTS OF THRILLING VALUES SEW AND SAVE SEW SMART FOR XMAS SEE OUR NEW SPRING SELECTION OF PIECE GOODS *Ramona Cloth _ * Pongee Prints * Printed Nubby Shear * Rondo Prints __ _ 59c ^Organdy 49c _ 98c * Butcher Rayon __ 69c * Flannel __ 49c & 59c - 79c * Printed _ 39c Sailcloth 98c DRESS PRICES SLASHED!!! When You Think of Fashion! Think of Penney's HIGH STYLES AT LOW PRICES !!! Complete Selection SIZES 9-15 12-20 16Vi-24'/i _ -|(Joo _ 4 00 NYLON HOSE SAVINGS!!! Broken Sizes ri 2 pair 1.38 KNEE LENGTH HOSE STRETCHABLE NYLONS Pr. 98c PENNEY'S BIGGEST BARGAIN EVENT OF THE YEAR! LADIES' SUITS SIZES 9-15 7.90 LADIES' SPECIAL! HANDBAGS. 2.44 LADIES' SHOES .... pr. 5.00 FLOOR LAMPS . 7-way 6.44 GIRL'S SWEATERS 2.98 & 3.98 COTTON BLOUSES 1.00 FOAM RUBBER PILLOWS 3.77 GRECIAN TILE RUGS 2.98 & 4.98 FOAM PAD & COVER SET 2.00 SPECIAL I MEN'S SPORTS SHIRTS . 1.88 COSTUME JEWELRY 1.00 LADIES' PLASTIC RAINCOATS... 1.98 MEN'S DRESS PANTS ...5.00 LADIES' SWEATERS 2.98 & 4.98 ROSEBUD BLANKETS.... 3.98 6 WEEKS TILL XMAS! SHOP PENNEY'S FRIDAY NIGHT AND SAVED 70 At Wesley Church Dinner Held Sunday Wesley—About 70 Methodists enjoyed a pot luck dinner at the Church Sunday following a .=ervice conducted by the Rev. L. H. Preul of Algona. District Supt. He also spoke at Prairie Center and that congregation joined in the dinner rind business meeting that followed. It was the 37th wedding anniversary of the Rev. F. A. Webbs and also her birthday. Her church membership class which meets at the parsonage on Sunday mornings gave her a handkerchief and card shower. A New Arrival A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Donovan Studer Saturday morning. Nov. 5 at the Britt hospital. This is their first child and the mother i.s the former Donna Kajewski. Mr and Mrs Herman Studer are the paternal grandparents. 91st Birthday Mrs Lena Larson observed her 91st birthday Saturday. Nov. G Relatives who spent the afternoon at her home were Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson, Mr and Mrs Axel Carlson, Mr and Mrs Carl Pearson of Manly; Mr and Mrs Paul McNeil and family of Algona; Mrs Harold Sehaab of Corwith; Rev. Percy Carlson, Mr and Mrs Art Larson and family ot Buffalo Center, Stanley Simpson and two daughters of Lone Rock. Saturday was also the 9th birthday of Tommy Larson. The guests brought and served lunch and presented the honoree's birthday gifts. Has Grand Opening Louis Simpson held his grand opening of the Standard Oil Station Saturday, Nov. 5 with free doughnuts, coffee and pop to all. Winners got 21 door prizes. Mr and Mrs Frank Grant and their eleven children were present and were given free dinners at the Johnson House in Algona for the largest family. Richard Simp?on, son of Mr and Mrs Stanley Simpson works for hi.-- uncle in the station. Louis Simpsons wUl hold a farm sale on Tuesday, Nov. 22 and will then move to the residence they lately bought from Stan Johnsons. 'The Methodist official board met at the parsonage Tuesday, Nov. 1 and decided to have Sun- Corwith Man Weds A Corwilh man and his bride, S/Sgi and Mrs Oscar C. Tindall, are pictured above. They were married Oct. 2 in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Orlando. Flu. The bride is the former Sylvia Jane Lottick, of Salem, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Kenneth V.- Lottick. The bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs James W. Tindall of Corwith. Duyne D. Tindall of Corwith was his brother's best man and another brother. James W. Tindall Jr.. also of C.orwith, was usher- groomsman. The nevv'lyweds are at home in Orlando. J. day School at 9:45 a.m. and worship service at 10:55 a.m. during the winter months beginning Nov. 13. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson, now of Des Moines spent the weekend here. He is assistant custodian of the Plymouth Congregational Church in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Otto Henderson spent the weekend in Ida Grove visiting, his brother and family. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen visited relatives in Jefferson Sunday. Donna Donovan of Spirit Lake spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson. Mr and Mrs Vernon Alexander of Bode visited Sunday with his sisters, Mrs Luther Nygaard and Mrs George Detmering and their families. Charlotte Wise and four other county 4-H officers have won a trip to Chicago, 111., Nov. 24-29 for outstanding club work and fine record books. Mrs Henry Engstrom had surgery on her throat Friday in Rochester, Minn. Members of the Rebekah Lodge •vent to Algona Tuesday evening where Mrs Olive Erdman gave a report on the recent State Assembly. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen were Wednesday evening, Nov. Famous Fine Fashion Furs for .CHRISTMAS ! ELITE SHOP Mon., Nov. 14 SAVE many dollars in this great Marshall & Swift PRE-CHRISTMAS FUR SHOWING! But . . . even more important is thai your fur is the finest money can buy! . . . Use our layaway plan and you can take up to 24 months to pay. (Imported furs labeled to show country of origin.) COME IN MONDAY, the 14th MARSHALL & SWIFT FURS EXCLUSIVE AT THE A copy of this ad is worth $10 on the purchase of any new fur. ELITE SHOP 2nd dinner guests in the C. Wilson home in Belmond. Mr and Mrs Robert Munson and children of Bradgate weru Sunday, Nov. 6th guests of her mother. Mrs Eunice Nel.son. Mr and Mrs Reese Martin accompanied by Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig and Kay left Saturday night for Milwaukee, where they spent the weekend with their daughter. Carol Martin and the Loebig daughters. Sister Mary Grovanni and Ellen Loebig, students at the St. Mary's Academy. Arthur Ricke, Mrs George Goetz and Mr and -Mrs LeRoy Ricke and Mike spent Monday, Oct. 7. at the Lawrence Ricke home at Williams. Mr and Mrs Orville Smith went to Chicago, Wednesday, Nov. 2, to spend a week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Render and other relatives. Mrs John Hughes underwent surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City one day last week. Alvin Swanson was brought home from Mercy hospital. Mason City where he had surgery. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich of Ames and Des Moines spent the weekend at their home here. Guests at the Frank Grant home Saturday were his niece- and husband and five children of Watertown and his sister and husband of Livermore. Mrs Fred Bolm visited relatives in St. Paul several days last week. Mrs Alfred Erdman and Mr.\ Vincent Eisenbacher were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 8th. Lou Lickteig was brought home Monday from Mercy hospital, Mason City where he W;K a surgical patient several days. Ben G. Studer made a business trip to Tulsa, Okla., Thursday by plane. He returned the same- way on Saturday. He flew from the Mason City airport. Mr and Mrs Stan Johnson ana sons spent the weekend at h:s parental, V. O. Johnson home at Albert City. , Mr and Mrs Robert Kirkpatrick and family of Omaha spent Mrs Lawrence Koppen was a patient in the Britt hospital last week. At the card party Sunday evening in St. Josephs parish hall. Lael Root and Mary Bode were high score winners in bridge; Leo Goetz and Angi-lin» Foerisch in 500 and Steven Studer, and Bob Richtsmeier in Bunco. The third group of the C. D. of A.'s sponsored the card party and the breakfast tiut morning in the parish hall, the weekend here with hi-, mother, Mrs Lucille K!il:p:itnrk and other relatives. Mrs Luke Youngwirth wa-; lucky winner of the $25 in the Silver dollar drawing on Main Street Saturday afternoon. FREE Engraving, Monogramming and Stamping IN 23 K GOLD ON ALL CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISE AT ^BP^^^JJ^EFEP ^t& ^a^ GIFTS-WATCHES-WATCH REPAIR

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