The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 41
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 41

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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Christmas Crib Erected Front Si Joe Church St. Jo« — A lighted Christmas Crib was erected in front of St fc P K ru h - lll ; ch the P ast week for the Christmas season by the Sodality members. It j s ; , sc t ting of a cave with plywood fie- l ' res - evergreen branches and snow. Thomas and Francis Bor- rnann, Roger Sinnwell, Bernard Thilges and the Sisters furnishing the time and talent that made the realization of it possible. Mosses on Chrislrrtns Dny in vSt. Joseph's Church will be at 6:30, 7:30 and 9:30. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher was at Sacred Heart Church in Led- yurd on Sunday where he was instructor for the Day of Recollection for the ladies of that Parish. Baptise Two Infanls Sandra Ann Kramer, born on Dec. 12, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Kramer, was baptised Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were JoAnn Bormann and Merle Loss. Margaret Mary Thul, born December 9th, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul was" With all the happy wishes That come to you today We'd like to add, from all of us: A MERRY CHRISTMAS DAYI EAST END GROCERY Ted Elaine Bert Sally t,. . • • . * •• . »,«, *.?«eh*9£..2* •*+ I,-ft ^1 s -'«?T&- V / *•• •'* »«»««$$ i, #» , / ,* ' < *" * / • *«~ t ' -f »' »*>>" > > - > j, •* > • ,~ To pyr many cystomers and friends — May this Christmas be bright and gay And filled with many, many blessings} KOSSUTH MOTOR CO, ^CHEVROLET baptized Sunday by Hev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Thermon Pruilt. " Sharon O'Brien, student from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, is spending her holiday vacation here bore with her parents, Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien and family. Mr and Mrs Ernest Kramer are parents of their first child, a daughter born in St. Ann Hospital in Algona on Monday, Dec. 12. Mr and Mrs Sebastian Kramer and Mr and Mrs Shephen Loss of Algona are grandparents. Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph's (Council members, haVe been working and furnishing their new club and meeting place in the Reding building in Si. Joe. Redings have a refreshment and game room in a fourth of the south half in connection with their garage and service station. The three-fourths of the south half will be taken over by the Knights of Columbus Council. Pi--ler Becker, Grand Knight, presided at the first meeting in their new Htill, with George Wagner, Eugene Merlx, Albert Becker and Luke McGuire in charge of lunch and social hour. The local Knights have made arrangements with Santa Claus for treats for St. Joseph's Students and other Christmas Gift giving that is an annual event. Mr and Mrs Nick Reding entertained on Sunday in their home near Whittemore with din- nvr and sutjper guests: Mr and Mrs John B. Reding and Kay Ann, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner. Mr and Mrs George Wagner and family, Mrs Adeline Wagner and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner and family. Mr and Mrs Svlvester 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 Whittemore. LUVERNENEWS Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt spent the weekend in St. Paul, Minn., 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 winter visiting in the homes of her son, Donald Loohey and daughter. Mrs Fred Iversoh and families. Mr and Mrs Donald Marty attended the funeral rites in the Lindhart Chapel Saturday afternoon for Floyd Fawcett, 82. grandfather of Mrs Marty. Mr and Mrs Arthur Henry and Janet of Pocahontas visited Sunday in the parental, Mr and Mrs George A. Epgleston home. Mr and Mrs Donald Marty were guests Sunday in the home of her mother, Mrs Hazel Willev ERNIE S6Z: When Santa Claus 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 tucked into Santa's pack for you- With heartfelt sincerity, we thank you for your friendship and wish you a very Merry Christmas t ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Store PontiaoCadillac Thursday, December 22, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Be* Mdinei-3 in Humbolclt. Their sister and Jones of Des Moines were also daughter, Mr and Mrs LeRoy sucst.s there. To 6ur many friends: best wishes for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! SHUTS BRQWN^li SHOESTORE Meet La Vonne in * the Beauty Salon LA VONNE HANSELMAN Has Joined the Staff of Fowlers Beauty Salon, and Will Be Here to Serve You With Expert Beauty Care. La Vonne is a recent graduate of Beauty School at Mason City, and while she is expert in all beauty care, her specialty is hair-cutting, styling and shaping. She cordially invites you to visit her at our Beauty Salon. Special During Holiday Season Only I -SHAMPOO and SET 1.00 HAIR-CUT SPECIAL .......... 75c Fowlers Beauty Salon - Tele. 144 FOWL Children's Floor GIRLS COATS We are offering 75 handsome girls coats in this smashing clearance at • ONE-THIRD OFF! These coats seU regularly for $10.95 to $34.50 . . . take a third off and see what your saving! All sizes, fabrics and colors are represented. Children* Dresses One extra large rack overflowing with these girls dress buys! Many for play and many for school and dress-up. All washable and all fast color. Little girls to big girls. HEALTHKNIT SLEEPERS, two-piece, soft flannel, sizes 1 to 3, Regularly $2.50 SALE CURITY and CHIX DIAPERS, soft gauze, regularly $3.75 Dozen SALE, Dozen FLANNEL PAJAMAS, sizes 4 to 14. two piece. Regularly $2.98 i 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 3.26 2.29 We 5.88 FOWLERS After Christmas RANG Starts Tuesday, Dec. 27 We Are Going All-Out To Bring You Tremendous Savings On Apparel . . . On Both Floors . . . Read Every Item ! Be Here At 9:00 A.M. Sharp Tuesday ! VALUES '24.95 t. $69.50 All At One Third Less ! • Betty Rose Coats • Ricemore Coats • Mary Lane Coats • Kay McDowall Coats Other Famous Makes Good Color and Size Assortment All New This Fall and Winter Every Coat in Stock Put Out Nothing Held Back! OFF resses REGULARLY UP TO $9.95 REGULARLY UP TO $14.95 Quality Suits by A. S. FINE and BETTY ROSE One Group Suits REDUCED One Group Suits 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 Siie --- 1.25 Catalina Sweaters, All Wanted Styles ..„, 25% Off Knit Dresses, Just 5 Beauties, Reg. $24.95 and $29,95 Vi Off Famous Hansen Gloves, large Assortment .... % Off ladies Handbags, Choice of 100 Finer Bags ... Vi off All Ladies and Misses Skirts Reduced V$ Off Mojud Hosiery, None Finer, 1.35 and 1.50 values 1.00 Be at Fowlers Tuesday For the Bargains

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