The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1956 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1956
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7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 THE B-I-G January Value-Event At Your Harrison Store ! Imagine! F-U-L-L LENGTH Plastic Drapes THEY'RE THE VERY KIND YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY $2.00 A PAIR FOR! They are full floor length window drapes, and truly love* ly and refreshing at your windows in these rich solid colors and sprightly > floral patterns. They come from one of our best manufacturers, so we know they are made With QUALITY. Re. dress your windows at small cost now with this "Big 7" super value! Regularly 29e Bex — See Your Savings I KLEENEX CLEANSING TISSUES BOXES 770 Full 400 Count in Each Box — That's 1200 Tissues in All! In Choice of Three Different Colors! Rose — Yellow — White. Dish Towels 4 97<S In January you want more dish towels . . . and here's where you get a FIRST QUALITY dish' towel at the special Big 7 price of four for less than a dollar! Large sise 36 x 39 inches. Unhemmed. Stock up on dish towels at Harrison's now! too Pillow Cases STAMPED — ready to complete, and neatly and beautifully hemstitched so you can turn out lovely cases, On tubing. And you are saving 52c oh* every pair you buy. Be sure to see these now in Harrison's "Big 7" Sale. PAIR n C ftoo 16 PIECES - Service for Four Dinnerware SETS IN CHINA I 87 Boxed in Individual Cartons These sets are a normal $2.98 value . . . but our special preparations for this sale enable us to bring them to you as a smash value at $1.87 per set. Sixteen pieces in each, several different floral patterns to choose. Each set boxed. rz ftoo IN HEAVY QUALITY WHITE WARE OYSTER or CHILI BOWLS CHOCOLATE P'nut Clusters Brach's Finett 69c Lb. Value Lb. 47 1 PAIR CANNON BATH TOWELS i 3"-97c EXTRA HEAVY WEIGHT, and in the wanted 20 x 40 inch bath size . . . arid yes, all of them Cannons! They're in solid colors, rich and glowing to 'go with" youf bathroom. When in the last six months have you seen such towels — Cannons — on sale at three for 97cl Stock up is the word, in Harrison's "Big 7" Sale. Ot • . • * •• \ •.. • ANGEL FOOD CAKE PAN In gleaming lightweight strong Aluminum With drop bottom, for ease in cake baking These are regular 9Bc values — every one! BOXED ENVELOPES, 80 FOR Each box has 80 envelopes, and each envelope, of nice snow- white quality, has place for relurn address. You'd pay 39c a box for these ordinarily, but we price them low for Big 7 Sale! BEDSPREAD COTTON, Large Ball Harrison's are noted for yarn values, but here's one that beats most of 'em! In choice of white or ecru. 1,000 yards on a ball. IRON BOARD PAD & COVER To fit all standard size boards. Foam Pad, elastic band, full size. $1.98 values. BUT THESE 'BIG 7 SPECIALS' are H-O-T ! ! I 27* 37< 1 37 LADIES RAYON PANTIES Quality that sells for 49c each ordinarily. Extra sizes 8-9-10. Fancy trim. Nylon M Tf j» Panel £ for • 1C LADIES COTTON SLIPS A very nice quality slip, lace-trimmed, and full cut. Big 7 Q7* lingerie special! „ .Of C INFANTS TRAINING PANTS 29c values each pair—so what a saving! In white, double thick- t% M1~ 2 for 47 C ness. Buy a supply. NYLON CURTAIN PANELS Of sheer, gleaming nylon that filters sunlight gently. Each panel i M 44x81 inches. $2.00 values. liWl LADIES WHITE ANKLETS Sweater lops with elastic, triple cuffs,, the kind you wear morning in and morning out. In white. Reg. 49c a pair LADIES PRINT APRONS Gala, gay aprons and both bib and half style. Get several for yourself, and for little gifts II "BIG 7" Means Magic Savings For You At Harrison's! King Bargains" Rules Throughout the Store I To bting you ihis extraordinary bargain event, we at Harrison's hav« spent weeks in preparation , . . 'way back before Christmas we combed markets to secure top "Big 7" special values f And when you shop our store during the "Big 1" Annual Sale, it'll be like Christmas all over again! Big 7 means big savings in your pocket, on the things you need and want NOW! a. <s» IS O to O N Wash Cloths 1O 77C Cannon wash cloths, size you want, in colors to match towels, at a price you don't see often now! Stock up on these, tool O 3 OB O N| in Head Scarves You can buy several at this miraculous low price for rayon challls scarves in the 33x33 inch square size. They're 59c values. A wide assortment of patterns special for Harrison's Big 7 Sale! 37 BOUDOIR LAMPS Record lamp value for Big 7! Lamps that would ordinarily b e priced $2.98 each. Rich china bases with shade to match . . . choose them in pairs to add a smart note to your dresser. WHILE THEY LAST I Nylon HOSIERY 2 prs. 97c Ladies! New Nylons in newest shades . . . slight irregulars of hosiery that sells at a dollar a pair! All full • fashioned, with reinforced heel and toe. Stock up on needed hose at Harrison's! LADIES IMPORTED Blouses 97 We're proud to offer these striking blouses in this Big 7 Sale . . . all imports, in lovely plaids and solids that bring new notes to your skirls, and in short sleeves you'll wear right through Spring! All sixes. COTTON In low cut pile that doesn't show foot marks, and always stays fresh. Each rug a thumping big 27 x 50 inches in sise. Extra nice assortment of decorator colors. Big 7 specials! These are $2.49 values. Spring colors! RUGS |87 SEE OUR "BIG 7" DISPLAYS I SHOP FOR ALL THE "BIO 7" VALUES I ALCONA UPPER DES MOINES ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, tf$* Double Wedding Set For January 17 At St. Joe Swear In New Officers For Lakota, Jan. Lakota—W. J. Leslie was sworn in as mayor of Lakota Tuesday succeeding John E. Smith who had served for several terms. Councilmen are A. E. Anderson, Fred Mabus, Wilson Brack, Kobert Hamilton and James Meucr. The first official meeting of the group was to be held Jan. 9. Return Prom Trip Mr and Mrs Edward Looft returned home January 3 from a two week's vacatiort irt the east where! they spent Christmas with their son Donald, drove thru Florida and enroute home visited Mr and Mrs Glen Behsc In DCS Moines. Powers On Trip Mr and Mrs Steven P. Powers left Thursday for an extended trip. They drove as far as Chicago stopping Thursday night with relatives in Rockford, 111. In Chicago they visited their son William and family. By train they will go to Washington, D. C. where their daughter Kay, Mrs Tom O'Connor and family live, then to Monmouth, N. J. where a son, Captain Robert Powers and family are living while Robert is in the Army serving as a veterinarian, and lastly to Buffalo, N A y, to their son. Ralph and family. Ai Funeral Services Mr and Mrs Alfred Christ said Mrs Signe Nelson attended, funeral services for Mrs Harry Nelson at Charles City and burial at Bricelyn Thursday.. Mrs Nelson a daughter-in-law of Mrs Signe Nelson died at Iowa City Monday of acute leukemia. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid, Allan and. David of Algona were Monday evening guests in the Fred Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs John Tjarkg, Oar- ner, and Mrs John Meyer and Sheila of Britt were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the Hannah Heetland home. Mr 'and Mrs Charles Ashman and Jim of Elkader, and Miss Pat Foss of Spring Grove, Minn. were Saturday and 1 Sunday guests of Mr and' Mrs Hugh Lewis.-- -.-. •-,-'•., "• •:.--.' •.,•- •' . .•;. «. .Mr and Mrs Alton E, Anderson and daughters .were guests of Mrs Anderson's -mother, Mrs Ethel Ballard at West Union. Sue Schissel concluded her Christmas vacation and returned to her school' at Langhorne, Perin. Wednesday. Mrs Steven L. Powers and Mrs Arnold Becker were hostesses to the Legion Auxiliary at the Legion Hall Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Cort. Rippentrop and daughters were Monday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Divert Rippentrop near Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs James Meuer had as Monday dinner guests,- Mr and Mrs Jerrold Stiles of^Livermore. New Years dinner guests at the Charles Gutknecht home were Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner and family, Mrs Jennie Gutknecht, Emma, Lena and Edward Gutknecht. At the Elmer Paulsen home were Mr and Mrs Jcinn Welhousen and family of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Gerald. Mr and Mrs Don Wortman and sons returned to their home at Springfield, Va., Saturday. They were taken to Des Moines by Don's parents, Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman, from there they went by plane. Mrs Wortman and sons had visited here! for three coils? Look up Beauty in the classified section of your ohone hook. Whtt* ever product or serviof you need—Beauty Sbop, Jewelry, Cle*ofr, trk«l Applii«c««-» fi*d it FAST Si, Jo«' —*> A pre-nuptial mis- ,ce.llaneous shower, was given in St. Joseph's Hall recently for Susanna Berte and Shirley Bird. The honorees each had her table with their individual wedding day colors for their lovely nnd useful gifts. The afternoon was spent playing cards with " prices awarded to Mrs Ted Wagner in bridge, Mrs OVville Wagner in Five Hundred; Barbara Thul received the door prize and Joann Erpelding received the plate prize. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Miss Berte, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Berte, will be the bride of Marlyn Altman, son of Mr and Mrs John Altman, both of here. Miss Bird, daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Bird of Fort Dodge, will be the bride of . Harold Berte, son of Mr and Mrs John Berte of here. A double-wedding ceremony is to be held in St. Joseph's Church here ort January 17 at 9 o'clock with Rev. Leo C. Schumacher officiating. K. C.'i Me»t , The regular monthly meeting of the Knights of Columbus was held Monday evening, Jan. 2, at 7:30 o'clock in the new club rooms. Merv Fedderson of Sioux City presented the council with the Supreme Knights Award, a Very coveted award. St. Joseph's Council is one of the first councils in Western Iowa to receive this award, which is merited by a 50% Knights of Columbus Insurance membership. District Deputy Harold Reding presided at the hanging of the Charter in 1 the new Club Rooms. , Orville Wagner presided at th» meeting due to the absence of Peter Becker, Grand Knight Rosary was led by Tony Wey« dert. Committee in charge ot lunch and social hour were Pat McGuire. Gene Thul, -Rajf iThil-, ges, Don Reding, Charles < Plathf and Francis Erpelding. Mr and Mrs Willie Reding entertained during the holidays with a dinner and supper on Thursday evening in their home with guests being Mr and Mrs Nick Reding of Whitteniore, Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius of Algona, Mr and Mrs John B. RetH ing, Mr and Mrs George Borraanh and sons, Mrs John S.* Reding. Mrs Jim Reding and* Mrs Helen 'Woods;-';"/.:, v.-ii'.v-.^.T- ; -' :;,-^r . St. J,q$*ph!«' ;Schbx»l day-,vacation,'/i/, ,.„...,.. . vYoung;' people); spending holidays i "or;:part • with home': were William Devf ne VJr; r son oil Mr and- Mrs 'William 'Devir)ei.'.Sr;i student V at St. Bernard'a • Semii nary, Dubuque; > Roman- .Gales; sdh -.of ;Wf' and Mrs' Ernest GaleS Sr.,: .student; at- Ldras College, Dubuque, Sharon O'Brien, A daughter of Mr and * Mrs* Hubert O'Brien, student at Briar .Cliff College, Amanda'Berte, daughter of -Mr, and Mrs John" Berte,.'Stii* dent nurse in St! 'Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Sioux City; i Virv, ginia Bormann, daughter of-Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann,: Carol Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, both student nurses in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort ' Dodge; Janice Hammer, daughter of Mrs -Florence Hani-, mer, student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls- Joel Bormann, son of Mr ahd Mrs Henry Bormann, student at Ames; Arlene Thilges, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges, employed in Omaha. . The St. Joe Trojans held their Christmas party at the KG Rooms in St. Joe, Dec. 21. The award money from the fair was given out. Two movies were shown, one on Canada and fishing, thQ other about Mexico. Cards and Bingo were the entertainment and followed by a Christmas gift exchange. weeks while Don w^s in New Mexico. Andrlt Springis visited friends here Wednesday and Thursday. He was spending his Christmas furlough with his parents, Rev. and Mrs Fritz Springis, now of Elma. He is stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. Mrs Imelda Engessor an<J Danny of Algona were Monday- guests of Mr and Mrs Steven L. Powers. The Ledyard Township Farm Bureau Homemakers will meet at the home of Mrs Burdette Hoeppner, Jan, 13. Since this will be the first lesson of the year and on one dish meals the meeting will start at 11 0'clocjc. Florence Paulsen and Iva Rippentrop will give the lesson which they will receive Jan. 11 from the County Home Economist, Mary Staudt, Mr and Mrs George Christ and Daryl have returned from a two week's trip to Louisiana where they spent Christmas with their sons Duane at Barksdale Air Force Station at Shreveport, La. and Don at Fort Polk. Fort Polk has just been reopened after having been closed for about three years and was formerly Camp Polk. fh* LUtaertij Ladie^ Aid, met Wednesday w tbt pwisa ball '" &i Mesd*»}& w •-"*• Il*w ||eS» W«j

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