The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 11
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Sisters Move In New Convent At Wesley Sisters m °v* OVCT the week info the newly- constructed convent. About 20 men helped Saturday morning with the moving of the household furnishings. The new 10 bedroom building is just south of bt. Josephs parochial school in which building the Sisters had then- living quarters. Masses during the week except on Saturday morning will be in the Chapel in the new convent Open House will be held later. Township Xma* Parly Prairie Neighbors held their annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs Emma Wise Tues™ y ' S ec ' 13 with a g' 1 ' 1 exchange. Mrs Opal Nygaafd Wfts assistant hostess. Mrs Maud StuHer. Mr? Mildred Arndorfer and Mr? Rollin Studer were on the entertainment committee. Prairie Pals Party The Prairie Pals 4-H club met Saturday Dec. 10, with Gloria and Ruth Wise. The meeting was conducted by Gloria Wise "Give a gift with color" was given by Gloria. Melissa Nygaard and Ruth Wise gave a demonstration on "Making a \Portfolio." Christmas wreaths were made by the girls under the ieadr-r- ship of their leader, Mrs Mildied Arndorfer. They held a gift exchange. The girls presented their leaders, Mrs Emma Wise nnd Mrs Mildred Arndorfer each a lovely tablecloth. Lunch was served by Gloria nnd Ruth, Mrs August Studer and Mrs Al Lickteig were gueMs Parish Grade Program December 19 a matinee and evening performance will be given in the parish hall by the grade school children at 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Music will be furnished by Helen Lickteig, Paul Pfeffer. Kay Loebig and Ruth Ann Nelson. Announcer is Joy Vitzthurn. School will close foi the holiday season. [><•. 21, ,it 3 p.m. and reopen Jan. 3. Thursday, December tS, 1955 Algdna (la.) Upper &e* Maines-3 j»«wsws^^«»«^^ Herman Heinan was lucky winner of the electric Sunbeam fry pan at the Root Hardware Store Saturday. At Lickteig's Drug Store, Saturday, J. M. Olson won the turkey; Mrs Clarence Dornbier, the doll and Fred Thomas, thfe box of candy. Mr and Mrs Leonard Arnclor- fer, Danny and Vicki were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhelmi at Bancroft. The latter family had recently moved into their newly - constructed home. Pat Bohn, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Fred Bohn has recently been transferred from Ft. Bliss. Tex. to Fort Banks, Boston. Mass, and is in the 16th AAA Battalion. He took an 8 week's cour.se in Radar at Fort Bliss. Mr and Mrs Bud Arndorfer and family of St. Benedict were Sunday evening callers at the Leonard Arndorfer home. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meineke of Jefferson spent several days over the weekend at the parental, N. F. Weber home. Mi' and Mrs David Kleinpeter and two children of Des Moinc;; wt-re weekend guests at the Joe Miller and L. H. Kleinpeter homes. The Junior department of the Methodist church Sunday School will dramatize the story of "Why The Chimes Rang" at the Christmas program, Dec. 24. The adult choir will provide a musical background. Sunday dinner guests in the Al Burma home were Mrs Burma's sister, Clarine Leithe and her friend Vernon Leeck, both uf Algona. Mr and Mrs Oscar Monson and Mr anfl Mrs Curtis Rasmussen and family of Garner were Sunday guests at the Charles Price home. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton had as their Sunday guests, Mr and Mrs John Sudmeier of Minneapolis, Minn, and Colette and Lawrr-nc-e Kockier of Bancroft. Mr and Mr; Jerry McCurry and son Bobby of Humboldt were Sunday. Dec. 11, guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. J. Green and family. Darlene Green, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. J. Green went to Iowa City, Dec. 1C. for a medial check-up at University hospital there. Mr nnd Mrs Don Vogel of Adazn spent several days last week at the parental, J. T. Meurer home. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of Des Moines, former Weslcyans visited here over the weekend^ Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton were Des Moines business shoppers Wednesday afternoon till Thursday night. Mr and Mrs Bill Foth and two children of Algona were Sunday gue&ls of her mother, Mrs Irene Studer. Mrs H. H. Raney was hostess to her bridge .club Monday night of last week. Lucille Goetz, daughter of, Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz, who is employed in Mason City spent the weekend at her home here. On Monday she underwent a tonsillectomy at Mercy hospital, Mason City and returned home to recuperate. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Baylor spent Friday, Dec. 9, with their former neighbors, Mr and Mrs Gilbert HaJi and family at Britt. Eugene Hall enlisted in the Army Air Corps and has gone -to California. Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier went to Lohrville Thursday to make the acquaintance of their first grandchild, Charles '-Eugene Schmitt, who was born to Paul and Patricia Schmitt Nov. 26. Mrs Richtsmeier stayed for a week's visit. Mr and Mrs Ray Bmith and his sister. Mrs Emil Person of Lone Rock went to Esthervillc Tuesday to visit a sister. Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fenton who is hospitalized at Holy Name hospital for a heart ailment. Will Martinek attended the annual Christmas party for Pioneer Seedcorn salesmen Dec. 9, at Hanford Hotel, Mason City. 140 guests were present. Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek and Jerry Bob attended a children party Sunday at Moose Hall, Algona, given for families of Moose members. Mr and Mrs Ray Smith plan to go to Ames Friday, Dec. 16, to get their son Walter, who will spend his holiday vacation. Dec. 15 to January 3 at home. He is a student at the Iowa State College. Rebekahs and Oddfellows and their families had a supper and Christmas party W e d n e s d a y evening, Dec. 14. in their hall. Rebekahs will hold a holiday party Friday evening with a gift exchange and program. Make Her Christmas The Best Ever With Caloric BUILT-IN Units bring a netf look to her kitchen - a new smile to her face! Caloric Buill-Ins can be insJalled anywhere, anytime — whether it's for a new home or a remodeled kitchen. Install at any height, place them close together or at opposite ends of the kitchen ... in a peninsula, in an island. Specify four, six or any number of top burners you need. Engineered installa- tion can be made in wood, metal, brick, plastic or any other material. A wide variety of colors and finishes. Caloric built-ins are available for both bottle and natural oas and with automatic or manual controls. The very ultimate in fast modern cooking equipment. "America's easiest ranges to keep clean." PRICES ARE NO HIGHER THAN A REGULAR RANGE! •NO. 2 OF A SERIES, - ; ACTUAL PHOTO AT PAUL JAMES HOME "When we made plans for our new home, my husband insisted that we have a Caloric built-in cooking unit, because I'm rather tall and he thought it would save me a lot of stooping," explained Mrs Paul James, "We needed a new range anyway and it seemed the best time to make the switch." "Since moving Aug. 31st into our new home on South Jerome street, I've certainly enjoyed my new built- ins," Mrs James said. And then added, "I rather suspect my husband thought he might get more baking out of me with the new "eye-levej" oven, and I guess maybe he has, too." Mrs James' oven has a chrome finish with pink handles to match her kitchen walls, The burners are surrounded with chrome also and. above them a ventilator pulls the cooking fumes directly out of the house. Handles on the oven can be removed, too, for easy cleaning. Here's The Perfect Christmas Gift - Won't You Come In And Discuss How It Can Be Arranged! You'll Be ''Years Ahead" With Caloric BuilMns! Rapid Thermogas Co. PHONE 16 - AIGONA J. F. Milder, Mar. SO. PHILLIPS ST. For Thrilling Christmas Gifting, Choose From CHRISTENSEN'S Array of Heavenly LINGERIE She'll love the dainty styling . . . soft-toned pastels . . . and the luxury-look touches of lace'. Choose from our selection of quality merchandise by "Luxite" and "Snowdon." GLAMOUR ROBES. You'll rave when you see these newer styles. Made from the embossed nylon, velvet, crepes, satins and cottons. Full length or three-quarter length. A beautiful showing of dusters, too. SLIPS AND GOWNS: 100*> nylons and rayons that are really unusual. Every size and color. Beautiful lace-trimmed gowns that spell sleeping pleasure. The newest in slips, including the embossed cotton, will be a welcome gift for all your "she's." In dress length and half slips. BED JACKETS. Something different, something she's always wanted, is a new delightful bedjacket handsomely made in quilted satins, cottons, nylons. A beautiful selection of colorful styles and in a complete size range. Comfy and Cute for all your dears" Free Gift Wrapping Pajamas She'll always be thrilled with a new pair of excitingly different pajamas. Many, many different styles to choose from in our wide selection of knits, cottons, flannels, silks, rayons and nylons. 'Belle Sharmeer HOSIERY Truly proportioned hose in'the newer shades for winter., 60 gauge, 51 gauge and 45 gauge in your size and length. . Flatter "Her" with these sparkling new accessories SCARFS. French imports and domestic. The smartest selection we've ever offered. r APRONS. Hundreds of smart party and every-day aprons that every woman never has enough of. HANKIES. A marvelous selection of linens and swiss in whites, pastels and dark shades. Also Christmas hankies. BLOUSES. Algona's finest selection of handsomely- tailored blouses by "Ship'n Shore". "Bobbie Brooks" and "Diane Young". HANDBAGS. A large selection of cordes, genuine leathers, faillqs, cloths \n all styles and sizes. JEWELRY. Th» very newest in necklaces, earrings, bracelets, pin* «nd novelties. A smart Christmas gift. Everything that is new in "Bobbie Brooks" and "Maurice Handler" sweaters. 100% wool 100% or- lon. 100% nylon and the very newest—mir- amink — as well as cashmere in both jeweled and plain. BEDSPREADS. BLANKETS. GLOVES. Styles galore in leather, fabrics and wools. All sizes in every popular color. BATH SETS. TOWELS BILLFOLDS. Colorful new billfolds that make any woman proud to have in their purse. , LINEN AND COTTON LUNCH SETS, BEAUTIFUL, HAND- PAINTED TABLECJ-OTHS 1 PANTIES. A beautiful array of fancy panties in nylons and rayons, colors and white. COLLARS. The new broadtail fur, angora, velvet and cottons. Beautiful with sweaters and casual wear. BEAUTIFUL SWEATERS ..;

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