The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
Page 11
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Ills*'' Christmas Crib Erected Front Church tin& with -is a set fig." h« and attels Borer Sinnwell, .Berhard Sisters fur ftish- . 8 d ' tate n t that the realization of it possi- Masses on Christmas, Day in at. Joseph's ChUfch' Will be' ^ 0:30, 7:30 and 9:30,; i,- ; /v Rev. Leo c. Schwniatrier VVB at .Sacred Heart > Church,; ftt. Led yard on Sunday where' hefwa hslructor for, the Day of Recdl lection'for. the ladies of that Palish. •." .-. •..'?" v . ;,-v,,. .- ' *' ' . ... "Sandra Ann kriWirV borft on Dec. 12,-infant daughter of M and Mrs Ernest rfci'ttaef,'>& baptised, Sunday itifrSt/ Joseph' CHttrch.-Jtfjr •Rev. Leo d. Si&u maeher. sponsors, were- itbAnn Borinahh andrMerle Lossf;; '•> . Margaret Mary -Tliiil, bdffi December 9th,- infant' .daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene" Thul was to you today We'd like to aid, from ai of us: '.-. ;nv;' ; ^ •''?;,;,!- _•._.. ,.-.-. ] ft ! MERRY; CHRISTMAS DAY! GROCERY ,Je,cJ , v !Elaine * .(••{• rf.5 f i 4 I ft i s Sally w&1^i&$faf%&:V#-&&&$&-F$j$il .Kys&io&SS- To our rripny customers and friends «•*• this Christmas be bright and gay filled with many, many blessings! KOS5UTH MOTOR CO, /CHEVROLET Sunday by Rev. Le6 6 her* Spftrisofs were Mi ; and, Mrs Thermon Pfuitt, A Sharon .p'firieh, student from Bfiaf puff. Celiegey Sioux Ctty, s spending' her holiday yacati&n here here with her parents, SJr and -Mrs HUbert O'Brien Mi* and Mrs Ernest Kramer are parents of thelf first child, a daughter bbrrt ift St, Anil Hospi- tal.m Algofia on Monday,'Dec. 12. Mr. and MM Sebastian Kramer and, Mr and Mrs Shephen- Loss of T Algoha are .grandparents." , Knights of tolumbus, St.;Jd- seph(s (Council members, ihaVe. been % working and furnishing their new club and meeting, place in the Reding building in St. Joe. Redings have a, refreshment and game rootfl in a fourth of^'the south half in donhection .with their gar&ge.'and se'ryice station. The tfiree-fotirths of the south lalf Will be]taken over by tbe": Knights 1 of Columbus-Council;: f Peter BecftqriOrand Knight, presided atrtheSlirst meeting in heir new halUwith Georgfif Wagner, Eugene Mertz, Albert; Seek* ^r and' Luke McGuire in charge of. lunch and social hour,. iThe deal Knights : have made' arrange^ rtents with Santa Glaus-for treats or-St. Joseph's Students and oth- n- Christmas Gift giving that'is h annual eyentr / •• -i Mr and Mrs Nick Reding, eh- ertained -on Sunday in. their lome near- Whittemdre With dinner and supper guests: Mr and Mrs-John B. Reding and .Kay Ann, Mr apd. Mrs Ted Wagner. Mr and Mrs George Wagner and family, Mrs Adeline Wagner and family, Mr and ;Mrs Orvfile Wagner and family, Mr a'nd Mrs Syl- Vester Wagner and family and Mrs Mary Reding all from here and Mr and Mrs Ed Besch and family and Mr and Mrs Robert Reding and family, all of. Whit- t.emore. ' UJVERNE NEWS Mr and Tiirs Elmer,Hunt ',-. spent the weekend in St.'Paul, Minh., visiting her brother, Mr and Mrs Leo Loohey and family. Mr and Mrs Robert Sowers were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs;Sylvester Brace and sons. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt took her mother, Mrs Lena:Loohey of Goldfield, to Perry Friday where she took train for Los; Angeles, Calif. She,'will spend, the'win- ter visiting ; in the homes of her son, Donald Loohey and daugh- ;er, Mrs Fred Iverson and families. . . ' ' .- : Mr and Mrs'Donald Marty at;ended the. funeral rites in the* Lindhart; Chapel Saturday afternoon for: Floyd Faw,cett, 82, rrandfather of Mrs Marty.'. , , .' Mr and Mrs .Arthur Henry and Jahet of Pocahpnfas visited Sunday in the parental, Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston home. Mr and Mrs Donald Marty* were guests Sunday.nn the home of her mother, Mrs Hazel Willey •fWrisf ERNIE S6Z: When .Santa Clou* makes his Christmas visit at your home, may he bring you and yours all of the good 'things in life -health, happiness, and prosperity) This is the wish we've tusked into Santa's pack for you. With heartfelt sincerity, we thank you for your friendship and wish yeu a very Merry Christmas I ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Store PontiaoCadillac ;ift Hiffnbbldt;- •daughter, Mr <• - .^*^ —•.^.^.,._.'-_,.;, | , '^ ister'• arid-, .femes of &«?• Moines LeRdyi-guests there, >:„ ' .-..,. .,..• .. .To our many friends: . ••.•' •' wishes fbf d . • • Merry Christmas a Happy New Year! SHUTS SHOESTORE AlCONA IOWA •a—4"Meef La • • 'LA VONNE ; v ,; /i HANSELMJItN i'h t '.-••; •.••'•'- i.1-•--'*''" • --^ Ha? Joined the Sfiifif off Fowlers Beauty Sal6n> and* Wijl Be Here lo Serve. You ^ n Beauty Salon" La Vonne i; a recent grad ,, ; uate.oi Beauty School at f ! • S Mason City, and while she f ; . is expert in all beauty care,*! ,' her specialty; is hair-cut-fl •I ting, styling'and shaping.^] ! She cordially invites you ip'S'l Visit her at our Beauty?. Salon. ' ,?4 Special During Ho iday Season Only SHAMPOO and&ET v ^-i -i :" y t - • . ¥ " •"'•• * HAIR-CUT SPECIAr.:...;.:... 75c Fowlers Beauty Salon - Tele. 144 FOWiERS 's Floor GIRLS COATS X*» We are offering 75 handsome girls 5?«U JS. this smashing^ clearance at ONE-THIRD 9FFJ Thwe coats. »eU regularly for *1Q.8S to $34.5P / . . take a *h»rd offend see what your saving) All si«eg,' fabrics and colprs are represented, Childrens Dresses After Christmas CLEARANCE larts Tuesday, Dec. 27 '•'••,. • ' V f • We Are Going All-Out To Bring You Tremendous Savings On Apparel . . . On Both Floors . . . Read fevery Item I Be Here At 9:00 A.M. Sharp Tuesday I VALUES '24.95 to $69.50 All At One Third Less ! > . • / . • Betty Rose Coats • Rieemore Coats • Mary Lane Coats • Kay McDoWall Coats Other Famous Make's Good Color and Size Assortment All New This Fall and Winter ', Every Coat in Stock Put Out Nothing Held Back! OFF !•- , 1! ; , 'u ^ resses REGULARLY UP TO $9.95 KEGilRW UP TO $14.95 One extra large rack over, flowing with these girls dress buys! Many for pl»y and many for school and dress-up. All washable a«d all fast color, kittle girls to big girls. , OFF HEALTH*WT SLEEPERS, two-piece, soft flannel, sizes 1 to 3. Regularly $2.50 SALE CURITY and CHIX DIAPERS, toft gaa?e, regularly $3.75 Dozen —-_ SALE. Dozen FLANNEL PAJAMAS, sizes 4 to 14, two piece. Regularly $2.98 _ SALE GIRLS BLOUSES, many styles Sizes 3 to 12, Regularly $1.98 SALE WEATHER WINKY SNO SUITS, all nylon, sizes 2 to 4, Regularly $9.95 SALE 1,39 3,25 2,29 99c 5,88 Quality Suits by A. S. FINE and BETTY ROSE One Group III One Group Suits s"^$b S"'' s REDUCED eg? REDUCED All the Wanted Fabrics' Sizes and Colors, Buy a Trim New Suit For Pin-Money, Small Print -- But Big Bargains Revlon Aquamarine Hand Lotion, $2.00 Size ... 1,25 Carolina Sweaters, All Wanted Styles 25% Off Knit Dresses, Just S Beauties, Reg. $24.95 and $29.95 J/ 3 Off Famous Hansen Gloves, large Assortment !$ Off Mies Handbags, Choice of 100 Finer Bags ... Vb Off All Ladies and Misses Skirts Reduced Vs Off Mojud Hosiery, None Finer, 1.35 and 1.50 values 1.00 Be at Fowlers Tuesday For the Bargains ^ WBP ,

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