The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1966 · Page 5
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Ht-JHRHft- ocvct-v? UNION SERVICES Wednesday, Nov. 23, at 7:30 p.m., Union Thanksgiving services will be held in the Good Hope Methodist church near Lone Rock. - o - HOMEMAKERS MET The Hum Creek Homemakers club met Nov. 16 with Maude Jergenson, assisted by Donna Broesder and Pearl Etherington. Roll call was answered by a Thanksgiving thought. Inspiration was by Millie Slagle. A report on a recent meeting at Des Moines was given by Re* seanne Smith, Blanche Long and Eleanor Gardner. Corrine Gabrielson gave a talk on "Pride In Farm." The December meeting will be with Florence Bleich. - o - ROYAL NEIGHBORS^ The Royal Neighbor Christmas pot luck supper was held last Monday with Mrs. Elizabeth Post. There was a gift exchange and bingo was played. Enjoy the of Real Leather in Winter Boots Step out this Winter in beautifully Styled Luxurious Leather... lined with a »oft, Rich Pile. The best available fashioned into winter boots by Glov-Ett.. ALL SIZES - ALL WIDTHS - ALL LENGTHS THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR ft BRIDGE RESULTS The October Bridge Round Robin resulted in the following scores: Lucille Navoichick and Mary Bartlett, 4550, Ruth Bay and Lois Harmes, 4300, Lillian Bauer and Matilda Hood, 4280, Happy Nelson and Betty Schutter, 4260. - o - PRESENT GIFTS The Hobby Club has presented the Good Samaritan homes and the Kossuth county home with Christmas wreaths and also pine cone Christmas trees for the Good Samaritan home dining rooms. - o - CLUB HOSTESSES Mrs. L, E. Linnan entertained her bridge club Friday. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess Wednesday to her bridge club. - o TOASTMASTERS At the last meeting of the Toastmasters Club some interesting topics were discussed, among them, politics, pheasant hunting, highway fatalities and the possibilities for change in management of St. Ann hospital by Paul James, Wm. Steele, Max Bartholomew, Dr. L. L. Snyder and Dale Lockwood, respectively. Leo Cassel gave a lecture on practical pointers on parlimen- tary procedure and Phil Lucas, Paris France, guest of Mr. Lockwood, gave a brief talk on his impressions of America. - o - YOUTH FELLOWSHIP The Sr. Methodist Youth Fellowship will meet Nov. 27. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller and Mrs. Loraine Bixler. - o - CLUB MEETINGS The Happy Birthday club will meet Friday with Mrs. Hazel Vera. Mrs. Nancy Morrall will be hostess to her sewing club Nov. 29 after members have had luncheon at the Johnson House. - o • PLAYED BRIDGE - Mrs. Robert Williams entertained her bridge club last week Thursday evening. Mrs. Julian Chrischiiles was a guest. - o - CENTRAL MEETING Tuesday, Nov. 22, there was a meeting of the North Central Presbytery at the Presbyterian church at State Center. * * * MRS. MARY Eisenbarth celebrated her 86th birthday, Nov. 20 with a dinner at which her children were present. They are Mrs. Dorothy Arend, St. Bene- dict, Henry Eisenbarth and family, LuVerne, Mrs. Lawrence Kenne and family, Mankato, Adelaide Simmons, Rosalia Cink and Josephine Eisenbarth, Algona. They attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house of Mr. and Mrs. August Hnschka, Renwick. SGT. ROBERT A. Lampright and family left Monday for Andrews Air Force Base, M'i., where he will be stationed. Sgt. Lampright returned Oct. 22 from Viet Nam where he served a year. They have been visiting his STAY INFORMED HEAR LOCAL NEWS EVENTS f. AT 6:30 - 7:00 - 8:00 12:15 - SIGN OFF NEWS AT 4:30 PLUS 5 MINUTES OF NEWS AT 10:00 - 11:00 - 2:00 - 3:00 - 4:00 WEEK DAYS ON 1600 KC mother, Mrs. H. E. Lampright and brother, Wm. Lampright and family here, and Mrs. Lampright's relatives atEmmetsburg. BILL FARNH/LM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Farnham, arrived Wednesday, Nov. 16, to spend a semester break and Thanksgiving holiday with his parents. Bill is a freshman at Iowa State University, Ames. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 19«6 Alflona (la.) Upper D*« MeJntt-S Have visitors - go places? Your personal news Is welcome at THE UPPER DES MO1NES. Thanksgiving Greetings TO OUR PATRONS We wish each and every one of you a bountiful holiday in every way! Let us give thanks for the many blessings that have been granted to our country. May it continue to prosper! OWA STATE BANK ALGONA. IOWA TV V T TT TT T V Y V ¥ GET AN EARLY START CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.' LAY AWAY A SEWING MACHINE TODAY Sure it's still 'one month until Christmas but isn't it worth doing your Christmas shopping this early when you can SAVE MONEY and get BEST SELECTION. Right now at North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. in Algona, we are offering outstanding LAYAWAY SPECIALS for Christmas on new Sewing machines. Just a small down payment holds your selection until December. Stop in thit week and look over the very latest in Sewing Machines. North Sewing Machine Go. 31 OE. STATE ALGONA S2 ?in Vfi if- '''',-:'•} ,?r* < •'£<'}*- -"• V'ALO (light memo* It H»h qvaftfltlM. MCGREGOR STREET ^HIGHWAY 169 ' ALGONA, IOWA Your nearby Holiday Station ti packed with gift ideal for the entire family at discount prlceil -> RADIO 3-TRANSISTC»r )8-ln. Outdoor CHRISTMAS CANDLES Tough vacuum-formed ploilic In rtaliilic colortl With light • lotket and 6-ll. UL approved cord. .s WALKIE TALKIE Compact powerful portable with bat- teriet and hand itrapl $5.95 VALUE •TRANSI 99 Tranimiti and receivei over 2 block area! Telescopic antennai! $19.95 VALUE 198 \\jnr- TAPE RECORDER 'ELECTRIC KNIFE R*<ordi and plays back. Porloblt with micro* phon«, tap*, r»«ti, •orphan* and ballenttl $14.95 VALUE $7 99 'Twin stalnleu tteel bladei zip through any carving |ob faill Plastic hauling containl powerful motor, Long cord. approved. LADIES'WHITE GO-GO BOOTS Leather-like vinyl with foam-backed tricot lin- Ingtl Back zippen. Size 3-9. ' $5.95 VALUE 10'/2-IN. TONKA The Command- er'.ownjeepl Auto tteel body with a || w .other removable top. FISHER-PRICE tOY rv RADIO PEE WEE DOLL 188 $399 VINYL GLOVES • Top quality • All sizes MEN'S 99 e LADIES 77* CHILD'S 77 C 43-ln. Wood HedlundSLED deck with weather reiistant finiih. Hollow ground steel runners. Easy Liteering. KTe¥~B \M\M $6.25 VALUE FULL-SIZE RAYON/COTTON SINGLE CONTROL ELECTRIC BLANKET LADY HAIR Is-heat dryer 1 nail polish I Roomy plastic I Very portable! VANITY DRYER 18-IN. KEROSENE LAMP Beautiful stained glass bate and chimney with bran trim! Adjuitable wick. Brilliant colortl with, dryer! , hood! .99 $2.95 VAL. HOLIDAY STAMP BARGAIN 3 Roll 240-ln. x 26-ln. GIFT WRAP' O f With 4 Paget Holida/ V Slampi 4-Pack G-E Outdoor .CHRISTMAS LITE BULBS With 4-Pogtl Holiday Slampt MB. Holiday FRUIT CAKEI . With 4- I5K (rail and nuttl I jf P°9»» . * * Holiday | Slampt $ 150,000 Store Wide Pre-Christmas Furniture Sale CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SAVE 40% - 50% -60% -70% AND MORE BIG SAVINGS -^ Itr ^^^r ^^^r ^B ^P^»W ^^e^^ .' —_->^B^M^B^K n-'-x «r«. -.,-.•• I i I •••r-.aB'el ••"••J^Ka 1 1 ii ni •••• mm miff I l^^^^i ' * u.w

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