The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1948 · Page 6
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MolftH fusitfay, , T94§ PIjtihn df A/e0f lotfJ ^ / Creek Weds In Minnesota Lotts Creek—The Zion LiHh ,6ran church, Brainerd, Minn., wa iho scene of a candle light wed jng at 5:30 o'clock, Friday even ittg, Dec. 12, when Elaine Affeldt daughter of Rev. and Mrs. P. J Affeldt, Brainerd, Minn., becam< the bride of Lorenz Pijahn, son o Mr. and Mrs. August Pijahn, Lott: Creek, Iowa. Hev. P. J. Affeldt, father of the bride, performed the double ring ceremony. Miss Alice Luepker, organist played a group of nuptial selections preceding the ceremony. Donna Dubblos of Staples, Minnesota, sang "O Perfect Love" and the "Lord's Prayer" and at the close of the ceremony the ladies .choir sang the "Benediction". The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, had chosen a white slipper satin gown styled with a scalloped neckline, fitted bodice buttoned clown the back with satin buttons, wrist length sleeves, and a train length skirt. Her train length veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls. She carried her mother's white satin prayer book covered with an orchid from which fell a shower of rose buds tied in white satin ribbon. Her jewelry -was a single strand pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. Miss Ruth Pijahn, sister of the groom, served as maid of honor. The groom was attended by his cousin, Richard Sjorgren of Algona, and Paul Affeldt Jr., brother of the bride. Jack Rifen of Brainerd and Lester Fisher, Sauk Rppids, served as ushers. Mrs. Pijahn was employed as bookkeeper at the Dunn drug store, Brainerd, Minn., prior to her marriage and Mr. Pijahn is employed by the E. J. Studer Construction Co., Minneapolis, Minn. ,The newlyweds honeymooned iri various parts of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri and Arkansas, returning to Brainerd before leaving for Lotts Creek where they will make their home after January 1. Those attending the wedding from here were Mr. and Mrs. August Pijahn, Ruth and Carl Pi- jahn, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn and son Gary Lee, all of Lotts Creek, and Mrs. Gus Sjogren and son Dick of Algona. To A Convention '"**S LuVerne: Hie Rev. Robert *.„.„.„.= „„„. Phillips, pastor of the • Ideal to January 2, ., «•: jvv^v**^** ; ' «\%?^-l/t'/ t r^^fi'^ . ,^r. <vHt»W'r*«; :,j^A«^;.^v«\;s,a^;oTv.-; r^4;f^& ' ', > )'<'•" ^v-'v - v " ijr . • ** X I"" 7 ' .P 2 ' 1 *^' ;Vsl j Sl BdVidsoft. Sdn. of' M^SflfcM^ 'bottfisilot lor 4 ^! "Iffbfit' ^iStlfldt dtS^-i-toNS! M. lp j| ,t«thd4ph, ;ief| ;s§«a^ afid.,^1 neanndm^mt'M m Mtnug^iMfi ftibrtiirtg for,Cleveland.' Ofiis^ttt aHifllf. jfiMifi^Bl^s fo? -tKs fiftftfew ,iSwa";fe!.i6trai rtf it V*' "V ~&i "••"••-' *•*•*• Ralph ^Ddvidsoft, ,-«a ftibrWirtg for CleVelan attend'tHe Methodist' ,. ference -from December; SOji* ! ttsthft^tiirfV^Mg^jffife^ flN&feSSfiJ iff witf district d^4|to'^d^inisfc"M6tB«MWf raTfi ;i^i^lffif^^lf;WAil* i$;ff« ,,.' 1-5»y?, v *.,»'f ,i ,'• >f' H*«d i _v >,fr-i ' .^jiSuii'iti'il^^/,'-) In Cowan Court James E. Kirkcr, who has been in Arizona for the past two months with the Kirker son, Sandy, came Saturday for Mrs. iCirker, a rural teacher in Cresco ;wp. who made her home with Mrs. Clara Sankey. They spent Christmas in Weldon, la. They will return to Algona Friday, with Sandy and Kae, and make 'heir home in a Cowan court. Burl: Clayton Johnson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton T. Johnon, Fort Dodge, formerly of 3lirt, enlisted in the navy Dec. 3 for three years. He is a 1947 [raduate of Fort Dodge high. OVER 4,000 CIRCULATION WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. BASKETBALL TONIGHT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6 BARRY'S RECREATION vs. ST. JOE ACADEMY GYM-8:00 P.M. Adults 35c Children 15c c o L On Track Include the Following Goals: 2 Cars of Kentucky Glow Coal 2 Cars of Blue Star Coal 2 Cars of Superior Coal 2 Cars Oklahoma Coal All good for furnace or heater. Also we have in transit Oklahoma and Superior and Illinois Stoker Coal. \ , We will have these coals when you need fuel-—See us for your Fuel Needs—and Prompt an dCareful Delivery Can , be Made by Our Red Trucks F. S* Norton & Son Algona, Iowa Call Phone 229 or Come and See Us Begins Wednesday, January 8 th and continues for just twom'eeks 11 * ' i ^^ •* i.i.t*a'^ x "" i^_ , \. ...-»*• GOOD BLANKETS ARE STILL SCARCE- SAVE MONEY ON THESE The Chatham Company has authorized us to oHer special January prices (effective only during this month) on. their entire line. We are fortunate lo have a full color range of these famous blanlielS. Buy now—prices hold only this monih. 72x90—25% wool SUTTON. _ 72x90 75% Wool AIRLCOM.... 72x90 All Wool WOOLSHIRE_ 72x90 All Wool LAMSPOWN _ 72x90 All Wool . MAGNOLIA. _ ... special price $6.93 __-special price $-7^-.9-5 . _.special price•$10:93,. ..special.-price.' $14.95^ V. • • ' •• " -,; ..... white only--.$13;9,$.j BED SPREADS 0 HERE ARE SOME REAL MONEY SAVING BARGAINS ON WANTED ITME. OUR REMNANT TABLE IS BACK—filled, with\ choice assortment of short (and dress) lengths 01 cottons and wool goods attractively priced for quick clearance. Select your spring sewing needs. Group of fine 54. inch all wool Plaids and Checks, jacket and skirt .weights special for only $2.95 TABLE OF ODD CURTAINS, ruffled marquisette, plain rayon panels, lace panels. Cottage sets—your choice at just >/2 PRICE. Ladies heavy outing pajamas sizes 38 and 40, very special only $3.95 Women's lace trimmed slips, tea rose, sizes 32 to 40. Belding satin'and crepe, this is all standard, full cut merchandise, guaranteed to fit $2.69 Women's rayon pants 50% wool, 50% rayon, good for Iowa winters, 89c . > x FLANNELETTE DIAPERS size 27x27—fine, absorbani outing and still scarce special for our sale only $2.98 doz. WOMENS AND CHlLDRENS SWEATERS, all wool three big lots $1.95, $2.85 and $3.95 f Light Weight All Wool AFGHAN 54x72 & NEWPORT 72x90 special $ 9.95 All Cotton 64x76 '• INDIAN BLANKETS very special $2.45 Satin Binding 72x84 5% Wool ' ' ' ' SINGLE BLANKET„.,.,plqicfs $2.95 Large Size Double 5% Wool Plaid 72x84~, , ' ' BLANKETS a gopd buy at $5.85 25% Wool Plaid 72x84 , '' . '-,.',• BLANKETS an outsanding value $6.85 The blankets listed above are ALL VERY SPECIAL and we have an ample stock to satisfy oyr customers needs for colors. PRICES ARE. VERY FIRM ON'ALL.THES^jGQppS ' AND YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR CURRENT' ' " ' • -. .,,, , NO^-WEARWELL SHEETS AND; ICASES*; , . "f, " L ' **' f 1** * * '*»*>•>* ' , i w , * P * -« T «| ' » *• This is the iirst time, we' have offer,ed sheets and -cases "for sale for ;a t^~<- - -long -time; -. ;; ^And"'irV~our Small size sase ^approximately 40'inches)y special 49c' -, 's!|$jj!?f 3* '"^ fast eolpredjprints, thls^is'still Vscarce item and, these are hand picked patterns, very good only *IO> W* K "**, l ' d Al*"' ** £ ^& Jf ^B 36,fych extra heavy ouHng >ldnnfe|i ( {strifes only) f %« e * »** ' ^ ^ ** ^ ' 7 T < t t * i V * » ** * * v ofHigh-Graite Exclusive COATS UITS and DRESSES FOR THE TABLE 52 inch "all v linen' luncheon sets-attractive floral border, six;., napkins $8.50 value—' special; f or ihisi sale only '• ......... <" $6.95 54 inch luncheon ' sets, six napkins,, colored floral bor- 4er, -9 Duality item and greatly under-priced, for $3.95 _ ..... . Children's • and ' Adulls place mats,; made of heavy 'card- boajtf,' imitation wood finish, fairyVtale and Gay Nin- ties decorations— a 50c value for only'i^: ..... __19q each. REDUCING OUR PRICES ON SMART NEW APPAREL For the first time since the war, we are offering new Fall and Winter apparel at sharply reduced prices, With the radical change in styles every woman really needs a new coat, suit or dress to complete her wardrobe, At' our January Clearance v Sale prices, you may do this very thing at"grtitf'$'aving9. $f About 100 highffityled Coats m allcolorsflndeemplete size range frorrj 10;to 4^, Prices as |QW as $19.95 on QMAMTY garrrjenis, A nice selectior|i£syiTS, Thfsf qre new §tyl§5 With fulh er, longer skirts ana suitable for Spring wegr, All sizes. Our entire stojkTojf Fall aadjifnler ladies, misses end junior PRESSES go into this grear^flnyary Sole, end yow will find just the dress ts finish out the, season. Wools and silkf included and alhsjzeMnslMdini plenty ef larger ones-20 1 /?, 22'/2, 24H.ond even ' / ,,/ J Extra Values In owes^ • 20x40 Turkish Towels; pftstefcol- ors special i,4vrr' T .; r V4>.v r .- T 7«c 20x40 (note- these' t«i ; g*e 'siz'fsi-Rl- so heavy ;,W9Jgbt, double nap) plaids an?-" , stripes •'. turjtish tpwels ,,,'.^ r ^^,. r . r :,,^79c Here's the p\g ^ANUA|tV S IALn ^WrlJ'iM ' } ' * * r { Event That Means ^» ck towe)s, .white ality _ T ,U-25c ls, white with col- rs, coUon, rayon and Doweling, tjie Hin^ V owed cprnW ^fml)> spepjal Jsn.u\ r ^T~ T l* T '""* T ~" r ^ s ^ I^SHltei^^ ^*W«A?«S lQ.Blp«^ ^y|i!si%a; r .^ f " ' '• " * • J « i t *, ,5»,' E " I ', r ,"' : •' ^ tf&gtfa s •> -vsift --• • •- -

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