The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1966
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Algono, (la.) Upper DM Meines Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1966 LOCALS MRS. HENRY Kohlhaas has returned from a visit of a few days at St. Joe with her son Ralph and family. MR. AND MRS. Henry Reefer left Sunday for their home at Arkadelphia, Ark. after a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. Adam Reefer. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stebritz. Mrs. Stebritz in an uncle -of Mrs. Reefer. Mrs. Phil Chase, Pipestone, Minn., joined the Reefers Friday. She is a sister of Mrs. Henry Reefer. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Seller will be at the home of the latter* s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, for Christmas. They live at Storm Lake where Mrs. Seiler teaches and Mr. Seiler is employed. Other guests at dinner will be Mrs. Bartlett's mother, Mrs. Fern Foster. MR. AND MRS. Ferman Heinen will have as holiday guests their son, Franklin, who is in the service and will be coming from San Diego, Calif., and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry St. John,"Mooreland. RUTH ST. JOHN came from Denver, Colo, to attend funeral services for Roy Nelson. She is a sister of Mrs. Leroy Nelson mother of the deceased. , MR. AND MRS. Ira Bonnette have been in poor health the past several weeks and it was necessary for them to have help in their home. Mrs. Mike Welch and daughter, Mary Kay Burtis, divide the time between them, but the Bonnettes are able to be alone nights. MRS. GEORGE Grimshel was visited last Monday by Mrs. Bud Elbert of Spirit Lake. She is a niece of Mrs. Grimshel. MRS. ROSE Sabin accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Opheimand family to visit the Harold Camp- neys at Arnolds Park and the Rex Swansons at Okoboji last Saturday. They had a slight accident when a car crossed ahead of them. Mrs Sabin was jarred sufficiently that her chest troubled her for a few days. MR. AND MRS. Walter Elbert are leaving Dec. 20 for Albuquerque, New Mex. for a visit till after New Years with their son John and family. MR. AND MRS. V. L. Gunder are leaving Dec. 16 for a visit at Tampa, Fla. with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hirth. They will also visit an aunt of Mrs. Gunder, Mrs. Andrew Fries at Fort Lauderdale. MRS. ANNA Sutton fell in her home recently and broke her hip. She has been quite frail and the hip could not be pinned until her physical condition improved. Her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Alderson, drive over daily to see her. HANNAH HEETLAND, Lakota, aunt of Dr. John Schutter, is a patient at Park Memorial Hospital, Mason City, and suffered a broken hip. She was found on the floor in her home. She is quite frail and more details will be known as she improves. Mrs. Schutter went there Friday to see her. One Of Them Is A Perfect Gift! €XQUISIT€ LING€RI€ KAYSER and LORRAINE *Slips *Travel Sets *Gowns *P.J.'s *Panty Slips *Panties *Half Slips 89c to $21.75 DRESSY add glamor to her Merry Christmas BELLE SHARMEER HOSIERY Seamed and Seamless - & Gift-Wrapped, of course I ??•-/ •! A / {-• ' • • \ ',// * CARDIGANS and SLIPOVERS In Wools and Orlons $1.35 to $1.95 | LINENS 1 j:j Lace Cloth Dining Sets — •: | Bedspreads — Blankets — Towel Sets |; $5.98 to $19.98 GLOVES AS GIFTS WIN HANDS DOWN! Supple leathers, cottons, and synthetics in wonderful colors and textures ... shorties, and new costume- lengths. NEW Dressy BUTTE-KNIT DRESSES SUITS For The Holiday Season And Early Spring In All The Pastel Color CAR COATS COATS Fur Trimmed and Untrimmed All at HOLIDAY SALE PRICES (Car Coats in all-wool, mel- tons, suedes, corduroy and fur fabrics) # Genuine Leathers and Leather Craft by Letisse and Margolun : Costume JEWEIBY^ the glamorous J3 I FT PENDANTS PIN SETS EAR RINGS in Aurora Boreqlis and Colors $1 and Up Price Range $2.98 *° $22.98 3 :^S*:::ftS:::3^^ JUST RECEIVED! 30 DOZEN NEW . . . KAY WHITNEY DRESSES $5.98 and $6.98 .

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