The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1948
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,»~...»..t» of" the Bight Specks' vfifd eltlb'.WelfeV' entertaifled- v By 1 ' W Mrs. Johh'DUtton Wednesday IV* ;nlhg,t< ' High-score p'rlSes -Were (fvoft bV'MrS.'-'W. J. SigSbet arid- Ats. - Estrfer. Helbefg. <?S-6 Meet March 4- The, Women ' of ' the Trinity ^utherah chut'ch will meet Thurs.-' lay af terhobn, March "4.- Hostesses vill bfe Mesdahies Clair Blossom', August Bolinger and Werner Struecken Prbgram chairman is 3oris Adams, and the ReV. Luthir Ld.esch will' give the prayer md scripture readings. -,. Diftnef , ,, . vMV. and tits.' 'Newton 'Hister were dinner guest! Suhday. Feb; 22 bi Mr. ahd.Mrs", Biafl Deafi, tfis^ ter ahd brotherMnilaw of-'uMifj Hieter, at Ferttoft, the occasion being in celebration of the- ninth woddihg anniversary of Mr 1 , and, Mrs. Hieter.,. " «. Congregational Women— The Woman's Association' of the Congregatibnal church, will meet for a one o'clock luncheon' Thursday, March 4. Mrs. .Harold Lampright is chairman, assisted by Mrs, Ted Larson. Mrg.'K. A. Copp has the program on ste j wardship; m 14 Irons' "Irons" Are Always in the Fire Volume l-No.-SI , Tuesday, March 2, 1948 ISN'T JUST LADIES CLOTHES i • No Sireeeee! . . . « or No Ma'am, we should say. The heating and plumbing industry isn't letting any dress- '•* . makers get ahead of them.. They are, putting out the best designed items of heating and plumbing that-you ever saw. Take bathrooms, for instance. Why, we can now style a bathroom—for the same money as an ordinary, • old-fashioned job—in all kinds of swell colors and'de- signs. The tubs are recessed and fit right into, the-.wall.,; Lavatories are something out of this world. And all the little fixtures, like towel racks, are in gleaming chromium and glass. Even stuff you hi'de away down in the base- •''• ment, like stokers and oil burners, are so nifty-looking N1 , you want to invite, your frjends in to, see them.. Anyway, |ve are.getting in these slick new items, and we cordially invite you out to see thern. ' ' ' ' *> - * * t YOU'LL FIND THAT ALL THESE ARE '^LOOKING NEW" —AND LOOKING UP! Bathroom * \ Fixtures Automatic , Coal Stokers New Forced Ait; / * Furnaces Automatic Hot Water fleaters ,40 ; . Wed— Mr. find Mrs. Alvin Dillon have announced the approaching marriage .of their daughter, lie LaVonne to Lawrence J. Woods on March 14 at the Methodist church with the Rev. O. W. Brand reading the services. Miss Dillon is'pictured above. Bible Searchers-^'The Bible Searchers class of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday afternoon, March 9. with Mrs. Mary Miller, 510 South Harlan : -street. .Roll call will be answered by suitable E§ster responses, verse or remarks. Program committee is Mrs. W. A. Ladendoi'ff and Jane Walker. Family Dinner Parly— Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shackcl- ford entertained at a family dinner, party Sunday in celebration of the birthdays of Mrs. Shackelford and her brother Darrell Steven. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steven - of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Olson and Melvin Jr., Of Lakote, and Mr. and, Mrs. 1 Bill Steven and Craig. *v ~~~~~~ Dorcas Society— The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church meets Thursday afternoon, March -t. Hostesses are Mrs. Hans Prcsthus, Mrs. F. M, Holt and Mrs. Emil Benzdn. Baptist Women— Trre woman's association of the Baptist church will meet Thursday ' afternoon, March 4, with Mrs.: Riissell Cook, assisted by Mesdames I. Morey, R, Barton, K. Brayton, T. R. Pickard, B. McMahon, D. Kraft and Myrtle St John. Devotions .will be given by Mrs. William Geering :. and the program is in charge of Mrs. Henry Furst. A Farewell Party— Mrs. Minnie Sarchet and Mrs Kate Anrtis gave a farewell party Saturday afternoon for Mrs Clair'Winkie and-Mrs. Ben^Winkie, whp.'/are moving' to Hayfield, Mirtrr. > Other' guests were Beth Annis, Mrs. Anna 'Leason and Mabel, .Mrs. Roy • Sarchet, Mrs. Robert Sarchet, Mrs.' Lloyd Schenck of -Burt, Mrs. Claude Dearchs, and Minnie Cpate.i The afternoon was spent socially and closed with the serving of'lunch. Children Are Guests — Mrs. E. E. Robinson entertained a group of children, Friday afternoon, in honor' of the sixth birthday of her son Dick. Those attending- were Penny Boever Patty Cowan, Sharon Kay and Bobby Schneider, Denny Jergenson, Mary Ann Bradley, Betty I Birthday Party Hostess—, r Mrs. Clifford Johnson gave a party Thursday afternoon in celebration of her daughter, Beverly Jean's fifth birthday. v Guests were Paul Jr. and Conrad Hawkins, Peggy ,and Phyllis Hardgrove, Becky and Janet JergensonrBilly Sigsbee.'LVry Steuve, and Karen Johnson sister of the hostess*. Games were played and the afternoon closed with the serving of ice cream and cake, Methodist W. S. C. S.— ,- ' ' The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church meets Thursday, Mar. 4 for a^' one fifteen luncheon, Chairman and co-chairman are Mrs. H. S. Montgomery and Mrs: Fred Plum, The program is "Thoughts for Easter", with Mrs. Roy Hutzell as chairman and Mrs. L. J. Maleug, Craig Vinson, A, E, Lauritzen and V. K, Rising participating. -Mrs 4 Sigsbee Entertains— Mrs. W, J, Sigfebee entertained at a birthday party Wednesday afternoon complimenting Mrs, Walter Klamp,' Other guests were Mrs, George Stewart Sr., Mrs, Erfima Dehnert, Mrs, 'Gertrude Chippman; and Mts, Edna Sphilts, $a,ch guest presented' the honOree w'ift a gift and the ;>ocjal after-' noon closed with, .'the serving of " Presbyter}^ CircI^s-=. . ' ." • " w«?njan's ' circles ; of , the' Presbyterian ' ehurch will, q?}ivirs'day (? M?reh 4, as follows: A, Mrp; s J, A. ReW.'.pro'gram by Mvs, p, N - v .' C,.Mrg,'A/J, gram by Mrs, O.>y. pplla^a,, P, Mrs t • WllUpm • Finn,- • prpgram " " HEATING & PLUMBING A. fdrewell i A farewell party was" given lalurday evening at the Lloyd Pratt's for the employes of thei company and th6ir wivSs. honor,- ittg Louis Hartsen, who,is going o farm this spring. Dinner", was jervcd at Van's and the evening •was spent at cards at' the Pratt lome. , • Club Parly— , Mrs. J. I, Troutrnan was hostess to t file members of her birthday dub Fuday afternoon, honoring IM birthday of Mrs. Walter Klamp. Wie W. C. T. U. will meet .Wednesday at 2:00 p. M, at the home of Belle Purvis. Sixth Birthday— Mrs. Paul James gave a party Friday after stihool in celebration of her daughter, Evelyn Faye's sixth birthday. Guests were Mary Laing, Peter Kirk, Tommy Macumber, Betty Noland, Siri fror- toin,,. Donna Reifer, Larry Sanford, Margaret Yeoman, Sharon Kay Zertor, and Beverly James, futitfay, March 2, 1948 , Alfcortd Upper 06*1 sister bf the honbfee; and*William Steinman, her cousin. Assisting in the serviiig of*' the :ahgei ,food cake and' ice cre/m wfir,e Ruth and Eleanor Steihman, cousins of Evelyri Kaye. The afterndon was spent at games. Mrs._ Mrs. Agnes M^Srfl ess to the menibell club la'st week ',We"di.. y . ,.,. Harry Herr woii 1 ihe hlgH,,SC8 prize and Mrs. SkPfc -fiiartel' won the low scoftf ^ri^e., ' • :.':;, | '•...„. 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SHORTIE COATS In all the latest spring shades and black! 29.50 Casually tail o r e d shorties in ' soft suede, smart covert, and gay plaids, Sizes 9-15 and 10-18. SELECT YOURS NOW Men's Spring TOPCOATS : ;"|. 'ft,!; . off fer'isJe'spring breesesl "Crav ane«e4" jpewtr proofed, Single , '" breaie^.. ptfjie with fly fronj or prea|e4/ stfje with fly fronj or b««Qn ; |)}reHgli styles, Regwlurs and -l9n^.f , , 34 Jp 4^. ' - ^K Boys Smart DRESS SUITS Single breasted dress suit,; Assorted tweeds of 100% wool, Zipper ?fly, cuff§, Sizes 8-18. A-' * 'ft %f i £*~* 1 f**'*! ' ( **£ V E»1

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