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arn Liu At GftAHAM'S! P^IIHHMK^^HH^lWf^ *.w^^^^^^^^^^/. ftwWpww^l^^B^^/JsSWP^WBrJ K CHOOSE OUR LOVELY LINGERIE Exclusively at GRAHAM'S ( «£" v^^g^"*** f-jK m LORRAINE SNOWDON &*. the present tnat always pleases Ladies love lingerie—for Christmas! And ladies love these two famous lingerie labels . . . featured exclusively at Graham's in a high fashion, super-suave collection of "Lorraine" and "Srtowdon" underthings for gift-glving. We have "experts" on hand to help you choose ... and well beautilully gift-wrap your choice of this Christmas lingerie collection! SMART NYLON SLIPS by "Lorraine" — in lustrous shining white, featuring shadow pan«l and lavish Nylon lace trim. Also plain tailored styles. They wash like a dream, drip dry, wear wonderfully! Small, medium and large sizes. 3.98 and 5.98 GOWNS by "Lorraine" — in s29^± charming colors in rayon jersey, frilly with Nylon lace of modestly tailored. In a host of soft pastel shades that make them such delectable gifts. Small, medium and large size- eS 1.98 to 5.98 LADIES PAJAMAS by "Xor- raine" _ with smart swing back, smocking and button trim. In soft to the touch rayon jersey that wears and washes so welL SmalL medium and larae sizes. 3.98 to 8.98 NYLON PANTIES by "Lorraine" — styled for smooth fit and comfort, in lovely super- suave acetate-jersey, famous for its long wear and easy care. Briefs and short panties. S-M-L. 1.49 and 1.98 "SNOWDON" SLIPS tailored to perfection by this famous maker of lustrous rayon crepe, delightfully fresh, delightfully^trimmed or plain tailored. SmalL medium, large. Bess Jttoines; Thursday, December 6, 1955 VOL NO. 49 iyr \ * •, i Vi 1. * : i -• & i-.rf :-\. t •lV-1 K\V PROPORTIONED NYLONS per ion nil.? her* IS gauge *1.*S * *• fl tttiff* »i denitf 11 fttuft 50 denier SIZES 8i/j TO 11 PROPORTIONED SHORT, MEDIUM, LONG LENGTHS The mow welcome gift of «1J, ffoleproof stock" ings , , . (Uttering ayloas that we ptrsoually tent Blended to complement each woman's } individual coloring , , , to go with fashion 1 * aew«s< ifaadc*. PropordeaWflJ kail fo* perfect lit. Lentheric Lipstick Free! With Any Thr«« Pair* at Any Price - That Yew Choost - W» Include Unthtrlc'i NtWttt Lipstick Gaily Packaged to "Add To" Your Hosiery Gift. First Test Of Speed Law By Algona Driver A so-called "lest case", por- tnining to Iowa's 65 mile an hour night-time speed limit, and involving 22-year old Gerald XV. Holldorf of Algona, was dismissed Fridav in justice court at Ft. Dodge. The ca?e against Holldorf. who was arrested at 1:45 a.m . Thursday, ]PSS than two hours after the new speed limit went int effect, blew up and the charges were dropped at thp request of Webster County Attorney Art Johnson. Holldorf was charged with excessive speed at night when stopped by two highway patrolmen on highway 20 east of Duncombe. According to the arresting office's, they clocked Holldorf at 71 miles an hour, six miles over the limit as outlined in an edict from state safety commissioner Clinton Moyer, who set up tho controversial speed limit and put it into effect. Moyer also issued the order to highway patrolmen to arrest all drivers traveling in excess of 65 miles an hour. Three attorneys, Ralph Bastian, Edward Breen and John Mitchell, agreed to take the Holldorf case, for no fee, as far as the supreme court, if necessary. Mitchell is a former Iowa attorney genera] and Breen and Bastian are former Webster County Attorneys. Tho attorneys requested and got a change of venue from police court to justice court. Prosecutor Johnson moved for continuance, because, he said he needed the scientific studies conducted by the safety commissioner's office in order to try the case. Holldorf's lawyers contended the accused should have the right to a speedy trial, the justice agreed and ordered a jury panel selected. Before the jury panel of six members could be picked, Johnson announced the charges would be dropped, bringing dismissal. NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. 2.98 SUDCESTIOnS From Our Downstairs Gift Shop ! Black Magazine Racks Of smart wrought iron, a sturdy and handsome accessory for the livingroom or den. Black only. Lowest price we know of I AQ for this quality I «9O GIFT IDEAS Miramar Pottery Planter The newest thing in planters jJ from the land of California! Many 1 of them are in handsome pottery £V."J and metal combinations. *i-S New for *I »|» j*JP gifts! O'to V* Gifts of Milk Glass Milk glass is enjoying an immense popularity — any lady will love receiving a piece or two. Wide assortment of vases, sail & peppers, serving ^fl. to *C pieces, etc. IOC 00 GOOD . •IIYf I / Decorated TV Trays In the smartest of deep black melal, neatly decorated — the tray on a collapsible stand that brings it table high. I QQ Unusual gift! __________ I §510 California Lazy Susans A serviceable gift with its partitioned plates, and sparkling in color in these California pottery design*. Wide choice f 0q of different styles f t90 up Bake n' Serve Dishes GIFTS By Pyrex and Glasbake in milk white, cameo and decorator colors. Bake and serve in smart style. Many sixes and shapes, many with own wrought iron carrying < to frames <jf| 196 Black Iron Trivets Authentic reproductions of Early American patterns, including religious motifs and sayings. Practical and decorative 79e '° 1.98 in today's home Miramar Pottery Casserole From the land of sunshine, too, come these smartly styled casseroles, to cook and serve. Bright new colors. Many with metal and pottery M B|» combinations HiVV CHRISTMAS COSTS USS AT f M Mayor-Elect Draws 'justrom's Furniture f Winner Last Friday As onlookers in the store held their breath, the climax of Bjustrom's Furniture annual "Your Christmas Desire" drawing came at 7:30 last Friday evening when Mayor- Elect .Dr. C. C. Shierk drew the winning ticket from the barrel. The photo above shows the exact moment when Dr. Shierk, at right above, handed the winner to R. O. Bjustrom, as Frank Moulton observed the proceedings. The Friday night drawing climaxed several weeks in which persons viewed merchandise on the three floors of the store, entering their "Christmas Desire" on a card, and then depositing the card in the barrel. THE WINNER THIS YEAR WAS —— Mrs. Pete Gronbeck 419 East McGregor, Algona Who Won a $249.50 Three-piece Bedroom Suite Mrs Gronbeck is shown to the left of Mayor-Elect Shierk in the photo above as she was congratulated on her award by Roy Bjustrom, with Frank Moulton smiling his congratulations. The valuable suite was one of the highest winnings in the annual event to date. Almost 4,000 persons registered in this year's "Your Christmas Desire event at Bjustrom's Furniture, and a glance through the cards shows that the event drew from a wider territory than ever before. All counties in northern Iowa were represented, and persons living in Minnesota. South Dakota. Nebraska, and as far away as Arizona registered at Bjustrom's, who extend their thanks to all who registered. And Last, But Far From Least — Bjustrom's Has Three Jam-Packcd Floors of Home Gifts For Your Selection Right Now! Xmas Meetings Held By Two LuVerne Clubs LuVerne— The Ladios Aid mot Thursday afternoon at Zion Lutheran church. Mrs Harold Nielsen. Jr.. was a guest. Rt-v. L. Wittenburt: h;ul rhnrep of the devotions and religious study. The meeting was in rhnrpe nf Mr" Thfrs .Schnakenhertr. president, who read committees for the coming year. A pot lurk party and gift exchange was planned for December 1-1. The yearly treasurer's rennrt was submitted by Mrs William Moeding. The yearly report of L. W. M. L. was given by Mrs Henry Pergande. It was voted to purchase electric stars for the out door trees by the rhurch. Mrs Car] Groh had the sur- orise number. Mrs Herman Gronbach was the hostess serving refreshments. J. J. Club Meets The J. J. Club were guests Friday afternoon in the farm home of Mrs LeRoy Hanselman. Fifteen members and one guest, Mrs Harley Rusher, were present. During business meeting ten dollars was voted as a donation for a needy family in Algona. A greeting card signed by members was made ready to send Mrs Glen Braynard member, convalescing from recent surgery at Rochester. The entertainment was in charge of the committee, Mr? Edward Dehnert. Mrs Cecil Bjustrom and Mrs Irwin Jergensen. Mrs Hanselman served refreshment.-!. Mr and Mrs Edward Dehnort left by train Monday evening for Dunkirk, New York to spend Christmas in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs John Peters and children. Mrs Julia Pergande went to Blue Earth, Minn., Thursday for a week's vLsit with her mother, Mrs Margaret Schwab. Mr and Mrs Hugo Bleieh of Chicago, 111. %-isited recently in the home of his sister, Mr "and Mrs John Ruger. They were en- route to spend the winter in Cal. Mrs Edith Prior of Los Angeles visited Thursday to Monday in the home of her son, Mr and Mrs William Prior and family. Miss Marsha Prior teaching in the Forest City school spent the weekend in the parental. Mr and Mrs William Prior home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Luchsinger and daughters visited Sunday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt and his mother, Mrs Bertha Hunt. The Sewing Club met in the farm, home of Mrs Allyn Brink Friday afternoon. There are eight members in the club recently started. After an afternoon of sewing and social time, hostess served refreshments. Mrs Harley Rusher entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday and underwent surgery Monday morning. William Klawjtter was taken to Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Thursday for medical observation. He underwent surgery there Monday morning. Aksel Nielsen was taken by the Blake ambulance to Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Sunday morning. Mr Nielsen had surgerv there two weeks ago. He had returned to his home where he oecame ill suddenly again. Miss Hattie Miller, Secaucus, N. J. was a Monday overnight guest in the Esther Mt-rkle homo. Miss Miller is a missionary of the Sudan Interior Mission und serving in Nigeria, West Afneu, has oeen home on furlough the pa.st twenty-one months. She again sails January 28 for four more years of service in Africa. Mr and Mrs Wilson Legler, their son, Mr and Mrs W. Raymond Legler and sons were Sunday guests in the home of their son and brother, Mr and Mrs Earl Legler and children in Algona. The occasion was to hflp Earl Legler observe his birthday which was Dec. 5. Mrs Gottlieb Hanselman was honored with a party Friday evening by her children as it was her birthday. Attending were Mr and Mrs Roy Buenger and children of West Bend, ttu- Edwin and Carl Hanselman families und Gottlieb Hanselman, LuVerne. Julia Bourne In Carleton Recital Julia Bourne, sophomore t'rom Algona, at Carleton College, Northfield, will appear in a public student recital Thursday, D.:-c. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in" Skinner Memorial Chapel. Miss Bourne, an organist, will play Credo, C Wir glauben all an einen Gott by Bach. A graduate of Algona High School, she is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs Melvin Bourne 104 E. Oak Street, Algona. Rev. A. M. Youngquiit visited CharJw Thoen at Mercy hospital in Masoa City Ia3t Friday. The Tboens recently fold their home In Sw^s City and moved to Clear Lake. It was expected Friday Mr Tho«o rai^ht spend « while at nome soon.