The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 4
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(fa.) Upfiir Be* Maine* Thursday, December 15, 195$ ..... ,- r . I ftf 1 A I C L.WWML.O fheri UriflBi & teen-age dance at the Mt>6se Hall this Friday night, feisc, 18. Mr iftd Mts Hctb Hedlund and Kay 8rayton attended n Pioneer company meeting at Spencer Monday. Larerfte Johnson will spfend the holidays at Lime Springs with her parents. She is a teacher in the local schools. Ml and Mr* Henry Johannsen will be dinner guests Christmas of the lattei's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Glen Teeter at Burt. Mr and Mts Henry Johannsen spent Sunday at Whittemoro with the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pertl. W, Holldoff was brought home Monday from St. Ann hospital where he had been a week having medication for virus pneumonia. Hattie Wilson is leaving Dec. 21 from Mason City for Phoenix, Ariz., where she will spend the holidays with a brother and sister-in-law. Janice Klooster, a student at the Iowa State Teachers collepc, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs A. J. Klooster. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore are leaving Friday for Lebanon, Tenn., to spend a couple of weeks with the former's brother, Ralph and his wife. Mr and Mrs Lyle Steele had as Sunday evening supper guests their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Harold Erpclding, and Becky and Janie. Mr and Mrs Vornon Jensen plan to spend Christmas nt S\vea City with Mrs Jensen's mother, Mrs Mamie Dourte. Joanne and Nancy Hutchison will arrive Christmas eve from Tucson, Ariz., and will spend a week with their parents. Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison. Mrs Nell McCall is leaving Sunday for Des Moines and will remain till after New Years with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Griffith! Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph and children plan to go to Golclfield to spend Christmas eve and Christmas day with the parents, Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph Sr. Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt and children will be guests Christmas of Mrs Hunt's mother and lr.>s husband, Mr and Mrs Paul I-Iil-. bert. Other guests will be Mrs Hilbert's sons and daughters-in- daughter, Mr and Mrs Beryl Butterfield of Swea City and Mr »nd Mrs Marion -Bulterlield of DCS Moines and I ho respective families. Mr and Mrs Barnes Keil* and Kathleen, Mr and Mrs James Kclso, Ml and Mrs William Fitzgerald, Mr and Mrs Francis Fitzgerald and Mr and Mrs Ralph Strayer and the respective families will be among the M guests who will be at the Jess Dugan's of Lone Rock for Christmas dinner. Gifts For The Home FROM COWAN'S FATIGUE MATS The famous Bearfoot Airug for the kitchen, bathroom, home workshop and fatigue points. Size 30"x18" in gray, red, yellow, black and green $2.49 WELCOME MATS A must for every home. Two convenient sizes: 15"x24" and 18"x30". Good hard rubber that will take lots of wear and tear $2.19 & $2.95 DELTOX RUGS A New Fibre Rug that's blended with wonder .yarns. A practical and economical floor covering thafs an asset to every home. Many styles of patterns and color combinations. Available in any size. 9 x 12 ft. $24.95 up COMPLETE LINE Armstrong's FLOOR & WALL COVERING WE DO PICTURE FRAMING BUILDING SUPPLY Phone 275 Algona I've Been To EAST END GROCERY Hfr^^ $ t \ * REGISTER FRIDAY & SATURDAY DRAWING SATURDAY 9:00 p.m. ORDER YOUR XMAS TURKEYS, DUCKS, HENS EARLY Our Birds Are All Home Grown & Hqme Dressed STANDBY Grapefruit Juice, 46 oz. can 4for$l Ccsn-D-Lite Corn, 300 size 8 for $1 Fry Delicious Nelson's Holiday Flavors — Pumpkin Ice Cream — Peppermint Stick Ice Cream — Orange- Pineapple, Lemon, Cranberry Sherberts and Many Others. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED FALSTAFF BEER ...... 6 Pac 79c NO. 1 WHITE POTATOES --..100 Ib. bag $2.39 NO. 1 RED PONTIACS, 100 Ib. bag $2.98 ;AHGE SOLID PONTIACS .-..100 Ib. bag $2,29 Red or White Spuds 10 Ibs. 29c FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS East End PHONE 145 Mr and Mrs MiH Silffifich ate pfcctad here soon after Christmas for a few davs visit with Mail's mother, Mrs Mary Zittri- Isch and olher relatives. £hey havo moved back to fopeka, Kan., from Wichita where Matt had been employed on conslruc- tion \vork at fhl'« Mr and Mr* CJeAi HiMif family and the .lattsri Mr and Mrs Lee MMtin of Claf bnlblan to spfefitf JSWMmas ft! WooTstock with Mr „ Jind Mfi Clarence HokinsSil . bf othet-iff« law and sister at Mf> Melfhc*. They will be joined by Various me'mbefs of the family. Mr and Mrs F. M. Molt entertain at a buffet supper Christmas and will have as guests Mr and Mrs Merle Holt, Mafgaret Holt, Mf ahd Mrs Lor- 6n Daniels of Ottoseft, Mr and Mrs Lee Halt of Sp§rYcer and Mr rind Mrs Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate and the respective families. Mrs William Duffy, Algona, Mrs J9hn Wallrier, Cylinder, Mrs Vi Derieen and Mr and Mrs Lester Or^ace, Emmetsburg, drove to Des Moines last Saturday to visit their brother, Joe Denecn, who is a patient in the Veteran's hospital. They also visited with Miss Helen Deneen who hart flown to Des Moines from Florida to see her brother, Joe. Mr find Mrs Henry Guderian Will have as guests Christmas eve their son-in->ldw and ter, Mi- and Mrs MeHl Bacon and family of Walthaifl, Minn. CTtflsf- mas day the guests and Mr and Mrs Guderian will be dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Floyd Bacon. Others present will be Mrs Cora Bacon. Are Merry-Makinq Christmas f . V ALGONA STORES BELOW SHOW PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISE Ideas A gift for Christmas you will be proud to give and any one will be happy lo receive is Sterling by TOWLE. 'Choose something practical, beautiful and ever-lasting from such ilems as compotes, salt and pepper shakers', ash Irays,,cig- arette urns and boxes, serving nieces and assorted bowls. Ai SHARP'S JEWELRY. " '. ''".... It's indeed a toss-up as to who is having more fun engineering this electric train. Powerful locomotives, streamlined passenger cars, just-like real freight cars •— are all exciting features of these train sets at Western Auto store. Also, there's an unlimited variety of toys awaiting you now at vVESTERN AUTO STORE. Gleaming rugged Morocco leather in billfolds by, BUXTON — a most welcome gift for any man, or any woman, on your list. These luxurious billfolds come completely fitted for man or woman, with all the "buill-ins" fine billfolds possess. Name stamped in gold. $3.50 up. At WILTGEN JEWEI.PRS. Wreathes, yes . . . and Christmas trees, too . . . bvjl from those holiday stand-bys Vivian's Floral is displaying all manner and kind of fascinating festoons, wall hangruvgs. centerpieces, etc., created specially for Christmas. "ALsp quaint little gifts like Swedish import pieces and pottery."> At VIVIAN'S FLORAL. -.-**. ** The masculine approach to Christmas — Lehtheric's "All Stars" include aftershave lo- lion, brushless shave cream, cologne in plastic bottles. Priced at $1.00 up at RUSK DRUG fe JEWELRY. Snapshots come crisp and brilliant from this ANSCO 35 mm "Memar" camera, in handsome leather carrying case. Camera is synchronized for Rash, and self-timing. S35. At WILTGEN JEWELERS. Christmas is the right time for precious gifts like the Hamilton watches shown here. For him and for her — the Viscount and the Viscountess — handsome and exquisitely styled in shiny gold cases that house Hamilton's dependable movements. At" SHARP'S JEWELRY. A'-jpsrfect "love of a dress" wiih the gay winter wonderland look! . . . and just one of :o many such dreams for that ittle lady on your list in of: holiday stock. Many other "pretties" for girls at ELVA AND JESSIE'S. For the do-it-himself'er — headquarters for nalionally- fpmous brands of power tools is at Hall-Slrahorn. Delta oench saws, jointers, drill nresscs, lathes, electric drills, portable electric saws and all the rest. What every man dreams of getting. At HALL- STRAHORN HDWE. With an easy - to.- operate ready-set lens that makes it tin ideal gift for younger folk \n this BROWNIE HOLIDAY wiih a built-in flash. The camera takes Kodak 127 film for 8 pictures per roll. Inexpensively priced at HONSBRUCH DRUG. Man or woman, youth or lassie — they all like to find Luggage under the Christmas tree! And when it's nood-looking Sam- sonile Luggage, it's g doubly-perfect gift. Samsonite comes in feather-light weights, all types of pieces, is rugged enough to stand on. and wipes clean with a damp cloth. At BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE. Wow! What a thrill for the englers at Christmas time — a cpmolete fishing set of glass fishing rod, nationally-known real, and line sets, complete and ready for the fish! Sets for qifls priced from S3.95 lo $24.95 at DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE. Illustrated are necklace ear rings in gold haquettes in a smart design . . . just one of so many sets lo add gliiter to her festive fashions, and lo be found priced al Sl.OO and up at WILTGEN JEWELERS. A handsome leather kit bag is a wise gift for the businessman, or any man. It's a Sam- soniie piece, handsomely styl- td. Arranged so he can cnrjff his working papers, and shirts, etc. for an ovcrnile stay. A gift that's off the boaten nath — to be found at BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE. A Veritable "storehouse" of fascinating gifts is found in the colorful displays now at the Davis Paint Store . . . with such glassware, pottery and ceramics gifts as shown above flanked' by literally hundreds of items of all description — l'riv«is, calls & peppers* religious plaques, figurines, etc. All priced, too. at DAVIS PAINT. Gay as a Christmas morn is this handsome satin collar with gold bullion and bright pearl encrusting. This season, collars are "little money" qifls that sparkle and shine, "and bedeck her sweaters and frocks. SI.98 and up at JEAN'S. Leniheric's "Dark Brilliance" shimmers in a box of glowing black and gold. The spicy toilet water and companion balh powder is indeed a gift for the glamorous. $2.00. Complete ^enthecic Christmas fine .s« HUSK DRUG & JEWELRY. STORES OPEN IViRY NIOHT UNTIl CHRISTMAS IVE * FREE GIFT - WRAPPING

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