The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1956
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Shower Honors Bride • To • Be At Livermore LivWmore — Tlierc wa*s a mis- felUmootis shower in the; parish luill of Sacred Heart church Sunday afternoon honoring Alice Klein, who is to be married Tuesday morning to Harry Stal- xer. Tho afternoon was spent in playing five hundred. High prize went to Mrs Julius Becker, door pri/e to Lena Altman and consolation prize to Mrs Frank Hilbert. The bride opened her gifts from a table decorated with a lovely bride and groom, and white candles and. rust color mums. She was assisted in opening the gifts by her sister, Marlene Klein and Mrs Ralph Stalzer. Those sponsoring the shower were Mrs Ray Gales, Mrs Dale McKibban, Mrs Laurence Curran and Carol, Mrs Alvin Klein, Mrs Laurence Kellner of Stewartville. Minn., Mrs Charles Thilges, Mrs Perry Smith of Dunlap, Marlene Klein, Mrs John Dilg, Mrs Earl Stalzer, Mrs Ralph Stalzer, Mrs Cletus Stalzer, Mrs Harold Elbcrt, Mrs Rudy Hildman, and Mrs Robert Thornton. Deal and Chat Club The Deal and Chat Club members were entertained at the home of Mrs James Lempke Thursday afternoon. Contract bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High pri/e went to Mrs Robert Wilson, second high to Mrs Leonard Wilson and consolation pri/e to Mrs Keith Logue. Mrs Robert Wilson was an invited guest. 201h Century Club The Twentieth Century club was entertained at the home of Mrs Ralph Hollinger. Roll call was nature Facts. Nature Study, Mrs L. E. Kay, Our Solar System and Music. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Past Matrons Hostess Mrs Edith Johnson was hostess to the Past Matrons Club members at her home Friday afternoon. A dessert luncheon was served after the arrival of guests. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Edith Johnson. The remainder ot the afternoon was spent in playing five hundred. High pri/.e went to Mrs Karl Baessler and second high to Mrs Harry Clark. Mrs Elwoud Rummens and Mrs Rose Sirnth were invited guests. Mr and Mrs Alex Eichen of St. Benedict were Thanksgiving; dinner guests at the Anton Becker home. Mrs Eichen is Mrs Becker's twin sister. Mr and Mrs Henry Monson received a long distance telephone call Sundav from their son Dennis, who is stationed at Fort Slociim, Ne\v York and one last week from their daughter, Mrs Loraine Cockrill at San Diego. Calif. Mr and Mrs Laurence Kellner and family of Btownrtvillp, Minn. • spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Nick Klein. Mrs Kellner and children remained for the week. Ivan Larson, who spent ten days in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge following an accidental shot in his arm returned home Friday. He is getting along nice. iy. Mrs H. E. Ristau of Gilmore City and Mrs Richard Marso of Humboldt were Thursday .afternoon visitors at the Cecil Hewitt home. Mrs Chris Madsen and children were Sunday visitors with her mother, Mrs C. E. Wyse at Mallard. Mr and Mrs Elmer Gronbach and Mary Melavin spent Thanksgiving with the latter's father in Chicago, 111. Mr and Mrs W. E. Jared and 2 daughters of Des Moines spent the weekend of November llth here with her parents, Mr and Mrs James Elder. , Mr and Mrs Sylvester Fuhr- marm left Wednesday for Des Moines where they visited until Monday with their daughter, Mrs Yvonne Roark. Mrs Lizzie Nygaard and Mr and Mrs Virgil Smith and family were Sunday afternoon visitoz's at the Luther Nygaard home in •Wesley. Mr and Mrs Anton Becker of St. Joe were Sunday afternoon callers at the Altman home. Martin Miller is spending sometime at his cabin at Lake Winne- begosh, Minn. Mrs Richard McKenna and son DeWayne who have been in Iowa City where DeWayne underwent surgery have returned home. Mr and Mrs Tommy Davis, who came to attend the funeral services of his father George Davis; last week Wednesday returned to their home in Minneapolis, Minn. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes. Mr and Mrs DeVerne Holmes and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Frederick and Mr and Mrs Robert White were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs Ed Reimers and family at Fenton. Mr and Mrs James Lempke und two daughters were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Irvin Nessa at Thor and supper guests with his uncle, Mr and Mrs Elmer Lempke at Vincent. The Eastern Stars held a meeting in their hall Tuesday evening. There was a report on the •, r r;nid chapter given by Mrs Tommy Kissinger and Mr: Maude Waide of Bode, who attended the meeting 1 . Those serving the refreshments were Mrs James Hughes, Mrs Russell Ferguson, Mrs Earl Armstrong and Mrs Kenneth Howard. Francis Hermann, who is attending Loras College, Dubuquy, is spending his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs John Bormann. LeRoy Hansen, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Hansen has been confined to his home with pneumonia. Frieda Taylor, who is tak'rip nurses training in the Methodist hospital in Sioux Cty vsited from Frday until Tuesday with hci parents, Mr and Mrs Tom Taylor. Shrley Groh, who is attending Wartburg College at Waverly-. Guaranteed to Go ... Thru Ice, Mud or Snow or We Pay the Tow GUARANTEED TRACTION with ftreston* Town & Country WINTER TIRES We mount Town & Country tires on the rear wheels of your car and give you a "You go or we pay the tow" written , guarantee. EASY TERMS To Pay For Your Set While U Drive \VINDSHZELD ICE AND SNOW SCRAP:* r:.:!.ir.g '.a buy-Just step in RADLEY BROS Your Firestone Tire Headquarters hor Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr und Mrs. flenry Groh. Quests Saturday evening at the Hartley Mackintosh home in honor of the birthday of Mrs Harold Hunt of Algona were Mr and Mrs llarold Hunt and Lois of Algona, Mr and Mrs Donald Mackintosh of Brookings, S. D. and Mr and Mrs James Hughes. Miss Margaret Weycr, who leaches at Dysart spent her Thanksgiving vacation here with her mother, Mrs Mary Weyer. Nancy and Phyllis Mnokintosh ant! Rita Schwendemann, who are attending Morningside College at Sioux City are spending their Thanksgiving vacation here with their parents, Mr and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh and Mr and Mrs Bert Schwendemann. The members of the Methodist Church had a twelve-thirty o'clock dinner Sunday in honor of their new minister, the Rev. Worthy Usher and family and in honor of Rev. Hustung of Kuna- wha, the supply pastor. Mr and Mrs Donald Mackintosh of Urookings, S. D. visited from Saturday until Tuesday with his joKings, o. u. visaed ! Saturday until Tuesday with hi parents, Mr and Mrs James Hughes. Mr and Mrs Herman Larson visited Tuesday with their son Ivan at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Harry Clark opened her home to the Contract Club members Saturday afternoon. A des- •M'i'1 luncheon was served upon the arrival of gUests. Contract bridge was the afternoon's enter- tainment. TTish pri/r> \vf>n1 tn Mrs Alvin Lfiiert/, si/cond In.tdi tu Mrs Joe Sanders and traveling prize to Mrs Ted Wagner. Mrs Joe Sander was an invited i; National Book Week Observed National Book Week will \>< observed here starting Nov. 2f> and will cunlinuv through Dec. 7, it was announced by Beth Tuesday, November 57, 1956 Algana (la.) Upptr DM M«lnt*-i Annis. public librarian. Ordinarily the observance is for one week und ends nationally Dec. I, but in order to handle the local situation the two weeks are required. This year's theme is: It's Always H.vik Time. Visitors t<> the library will uet a fir:it-hand look ol all the new books which have been placed in use- at the public- library. FOOD About $250 worth of food was taken by burglars from the Tower club, near Cresco recently. ^GARDEN""* At Jefferson, D. E. Sifrlt was picking peas, and digging carrots from bis garden, until mid- November. You'll Enjoy 'Browsing' at Sharp's Jewelry — For such outstanding gifts as FOSTORIA GLASSWARE, perhaps. In Fosioria, you have a choice of twenty-two different sparkling patterns at Sharp's, and you may choose by the piece, by the place-setting, or in sets. You will surely be attracted to the "huge" selection of ROLF'S BILLFOLDS at Sharp's . . . the very latest for both men and ladies, and again to suit your budget, from $3.85 to $16.50. Banked along one side of our store is a shining selection of STERLING HOLLOWARE, offering you a wide choice of single pieces, pairs, etc. Here are lovely Coffee Services, priced from $17.50 up lo $175.00. Turing lo gifts for men. you'll stop at our showcase containing gifts of men's CUFF LINK SETS, LIGHTERS. TIE BARS, IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS, KEY CHAINS, etc. You may wish lo know, too, that we have complete Gents' EMBLEM JEWELRY, embellished with "his" club emblems. These days, for day-in and, day-oul use, ladies like STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE, which now comes "dressed up" in modern style. We have this in sets from Gorham, Wallace and International — for instance, 4-place settings (16 piece set) for $19.95. \ In your 'browsing', you see at Sharp's many striking new Clocks — also Barometers — which make such welcome gifts. In Telechron and West- clox, there is everything from tiny travel clocks to mantel and most unusual hanging tvpes. And also famous "Schatz" Anniversary clocks. For feminine gifts sure to please, we know your eyes will fall on our lovely LADIES JEWELRY by Krementz. Pins, clips, ear rings, bracelets, necklaces' — and sumptuous sets that come handsomely boxed, yet modest in price. Also at Sharp's is fascinating new SCHIAPARELLI ladies jewelry, designed by the noted Paris dress-maker. And you'll be thinking of a gift or two for BABY, won't you? Let us guide you to our BABY GOODS in silver — rattles, bracelets, cups, spoon sets, etc. Things to be cherished throughout a lifetime. Oh, so much more! Religious Jewelry . . . Fountain Pen and Pencil Sets . . . Ladies and Mens Stone Set Rings ... Jewel Boxes that are "out of this world" . . . Silyerplated Flatware . . . and still more! Yes, Christmas 'browsing' at Sharp's Jewelry can be fun! FREE Engraving and Monogramming While You Wait SHARP'S JEWELRY CHRISTMAS In The Distinctive Sharp Gift Box Beautifully Gift-Wrapped MRS. W. H. SHARP If China Dinnerware Or Sterling Silver Would Be Your Choice — you have before you at Sharp's Jewelry for Christmas-choosing one of the finest and most complete stocks of both china and sterling to be fcund in Iowa. In famous Lenox and Castleton dinncrware — with its lustrous transparency — Sharp's offers a choice of 28 different patterns. We also have California "Poppy Trail" pottery in assorted pieces and in 16-piece starter sets for $13.95. Interesting Peter Terris china is here in similar starter sets for $18.95. In sterling silver, at Sharp's you find such names as Towle, Lunt, Gorham, Wallace, International and Heirloom — America's finest. And in both china and sterling, you may choose single pieces, place settings, or complete sets. All here now at Sharp's for your Christmas-choosing! /i /:. 1 OLLIE G. JOHNSON with a Gift from ARP'S WELRY If You Are Thinking Of Selecting a Diamond For Christmas . . . — we wan! you to know that now, a* always, at Sharp's Jewelry we specialize in Diamonds, and have Diamonds of perfection in stock to suit every budget. A Diamond chosen at Sharp's Jewelry, regardless of price, is one of sure perfection in cut, color, clarity and brilliance. Then, too, our direct-from-the-cutter method, bypassing intermediate brokers, gives you fine Diamonds at the lowest possible price. Since a diamond will be a lifetime on her finger, we as a Registered Jeweler can guide you to a wise purchase. In addition to a varied assortment of Diamond rings, we have at Sharp's loose stones which can be precision-set in the mounting of your choice. In giving or receiving, there is added pleasure in the thought, "It's a Diamond from Sharp's Jewelry." RUBY MURTHA Or Perhaps It's A Watch For a Very Special "Someone V It A'jain, vou find at Sharp's Jewelry such an extensive selection that the "very watch" you have in mind can be found. Here, too, are America's frmous watch names — Hamilton, Elgin, Bulova, Wyhr a»H Wndsworth — all thrillingly new for rh'^'-ius! H these qualitv watch brands can be friend watches frrm $19.95 up ... at every pries . . . to diamond set ladies dress watches at $300. So if it's to be a Watch for that 'some- mo' vou cnn be sure that Sharp's Jewelry has it for you at this very moment I

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