The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1942 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1942
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CLUB HOLDS XMAS PARTY MONDAY IM Verne: The Progressive Woman's club met Monday evening With Dorothy Dev?<:k and Arlene fcoysen at the Ltchty apartments, for the Christmas party. As has been the custom for several years a gift of money was received to send to the Iowa Children's Home Society at Des Molnes. Mrs. Ray Stone had the program which consisted of a talk on Christmas customs and legends of England, Ger- many, Spain and South countries. ®xteen members and two guests, Mrs. Vernon Strlbley and Mrs. Witt. Wolto, were present There will be no December meeting of the LuVerne Cemetery Association as has been the custom for several years. The three women's church organizations are havtag Christmas parties on three successive afternoons this week. The Presbyterian Ladies Association will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. F. G. Hagist, the Methodist W. S. C. S. on Thursday afternoon at the community .hall and the Lutheran (Lades' Aid Friday afternoon in the church parlors. f^HWMW^^ Clean Sweep This Clean Sweep Sale at Neville's will stan today and continue up to Christmas Day. I am sweeping her clean with a "Cut Price" broom. All Christmas goods must be sold or given away. Men's fancy house slippers, regular $1.25 now 7£K Ladies boudoir slippers, always $1.00, now 59c Women's felt slippers 29c, Children fey slippers 29C Men's fancy sweaters, regular $2.50, all sizes $1.53 Beautiful White mufflers, worth $1 now only 39o Colored mufflers, all kinds, all colors, choice 29c Children's fancy mittens, regular price 19c, now 18c Mens part wool sox, were Z5c, now 15e Men's fancy dress sox, beautiful patterns, now ISc Child's fancy boots, kids lo^e them, was 1.39 now 79c Men's neckties, the 39c and 49c kind all go at 24c All knee high hose for boys and girls, all sizes 19c, 254), 30c - J Girls long hose in cotton and meroerized lisle 15-19c The best bunch of $158 meirs oxfords that I ever ottered. Our Tom King Thorogood men's oxford in black or brown n;w worth $4.0o to S4.50. Ouv ceiling price was $3.38. During tliis sale you can have Oiem at S2.98. In this sale I am making prices to clear the deck. N-ew shoes will be arriving :>n January. I am having them shipped early before they are being rationed. Shoes will be harder to get next summer than overshoes are this winter. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN fflONGlRL.4, WANDERS STREETS N MASON CITY Sextortj Charlotte Ann Wise, •. ear old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lerman Wise, made a short ylslC to the police station at Mason C'.ty Wednesday. She was in a dime tore with her parents and was ooking for a present for her fath- r. Her father had been watching ier but she discovered she could not find her parents among the Christmas shoppers. She decided 0 look outside and proceeded down he street. In the meantime her mrents missed her and never sus- >ccted she would leave the store mt she couldn't be found wtth.-n he building. A policeman was call•d and he immedlaetly found that 1 kind lady had discovered her three blocks from the store am had notified the pol'ce. She state. hat she carefull watched the street, signals when cross ng the street. Christmas shopping for her parents was halted that day. »6uf8. is assisting W6den wid with the Barents o* a girl borft they now have two boys and two ^Warren Bean, relief station agent for the past two weeks was "bumped" Saturday, ttls home wfts In Charles City. ' Miss Kathryn KlrSchbaum arrlv* ed home from Cheyenne, Wyo., Where she has been employed for the past five months. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swedin will entertain the Sexton church Builders Class at their home Thursday, Dec. nth. A Christmas grab bag' will be held. Mrs. Sim Beonls. Mrs. Oseaif Hammond and Mrs. David McGregor visited the Sexton school this week. A fine sand table illustrating the Christmas story has been constructed by the teacher, Miss Jordan, and U has appealed to the children ot school and community. Mrs. Bert Capes.'.us was hostess to the leaders of the I™lngton- Prairie township group Wednesday It her home. There were 17 tead- era to receive the lesson on F£st Aid work given by Miss Alma FARMSALES BRING GOOD PRICES IN . tot att ifeday With m fllrSfttd, ,»F, a •ohn E. filler JOHN EARL DUNN, 44, WEST BEND SOLDIER, FATALLY HURT IN ALASKA West Bend: John Earl Dunn, 44. of West Bend died Monday in Alaska of injuries received in a motor vehicle, his parents, Mr and Mrs. j T Dunn, were notified Thursday by the war department. Further details will .be available later the war department said. Dunn was a member of the U S army. He was Inducted at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, !-n the middle of last September and three weeks latei was in Alaska. He has been unable to advise his parents when he was stationed in Alaska. DUnn who was single, operated the Chevrolet Motor Sales company here. He was born July 8, 1898, and reared near Clare and was a graduate ot Iowa State Teachers College, Cedur Falls Survivors include his parents four brothers. Lee 43 years, serving with the navy in the Par::- fic and James, 41 who is in the army stationed in a Georgia camp Mervin of Ayrshire and Emmet G of Fort Dodge and three sisters Mrs Roy Forsythe, Mrs. Arnold Wilderman and Mrs. Alvin Kuntz of West Bend. APPROACHING MARRIAGE OF L. BENEKE ANNOUNCED (Mrs. Nevins Cuplin announce* the approaching marriage of Miss Lucille Beneke with a buffet luncheon. Present were the women faculty members and the wives o the men faculty members of the West Bend public school. Miss Beneke has ibeen the fourth gradi teacher in this chool for the pas four years. The announcement o the approaching marriage of MSs Beneke and Floyd Ellson, C. S. P., : n the United States navy, was concealed in miniature boat nut-cups M ,H *™= - thC , dttUg ) 1 V ! n,,? Mr. and Mrs. A. Bcneke of Lain-,ns. Mr. Ellson la stationed at the Jreat Lakes Naval Station: and K. a first class petty officer. Ihe table was attractive with Us red, whito and blue candles The ten- terpiece was a large mirror with a blue boat and smaller boats placed around it. The evening was spent m playing bridge. Miss Dinsmore won both the high score and travel prize. A gift was graven the guest of honor by the hostess Mrs. Cup- Un. Miss Beneke will teach until the Christmas vacation. PACT, BANWARTS CEIJBBRATE THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY Tuesday, Dec. 8, was the 30th a.n- anivcrsary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Banwart Ihe event was not celebrated by any special gathering. They spent the evening at the home of their son, Elmer and w.'.fe. Mrs. Banwart was formerly Elizabeth Bennlnger. For four years after their marriage, they lived on the Wm. Anderegg farm east of town. Then they purchased their present farm and have lived there ever since. ' Mr. and Mrs. Banwart are the iproud parents of thirteen children, all Divjng. Their many friends w!sh them many more happy wedding anniversaries. Alex Peril has sold his shoo repair outfit to parties at Palmer and it was moved to that place the first of the week. Mr. Peril has been in business in West Bend for 54 years. Tltonkaf Thre efftrm sales have been held In this vicinity recently. Mrs. Wm. MlchaelsOn held a said because her husband .passed awfty follow.'^ an accident with a 6o#ft picker and she Is moving to towr, Mrs. Etta SWirenh'olW could «6t get help and her hired man left for bhe army and Mark fiacon is moving to ventura to a smaller farm and sold part of his stock anc machinery. The sales have <brougni very good prices. One pleCe thai •had been In use 16 years, sold for $12 less than was paid for it new and some things brought more than new prince. Corp. Arthur Boyken of Bains bridge, Oa., .'« home on a 12-day furlough with his parents arid friends. Mr. and Mrs. D!ck Sleper an. Mrs. Clarence Penning were guest at the Ben U. Meyer home Frlda> evening. Mrs. Merlin Isebran.d and son Dennis of Ch.'.cago, are visiting a the Mark Bacon aitd Senus Isc brand home for ten days. (Mrs. W. L. Patterson returne home from Baltimore, Maryland, where she visited her son and family and also became acquainted with her first grandson. Carol Egesdal spent the past week with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton. On Thursday she was a guest at the Henry Sleper home near BfuffaU) Center. Mr. and Mrs Marshall Cheever and daughter moved Friday to the house of Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Mrs Bonacker will accompany the Oscar Blanchards to Oregon Monday. Pvt. John R. Sleper of Camp . . V 1 . 6. George Bodckelmnn 6t 0»mp Mowle, Texas, HJSiA & tttt* ough with his father, Heyo BOeck- elman, Sr. attcl other relative* aiid hew, ,He ritufrtld W hi* Mrs. Teikd Sletsemft had a ful accident Thursday Morning When her hand bb'catlSe caught Ift the washing machine wringer and her first, finger was torn opeii so It required eight stitches which were taken at ttoe" ' ! ;feuffalt» 'Center hospital. . Viola tsebrand, waitress at WM /ion's cafe, accompanied A. M. Pet erson to Woden Friday afternoon the committee elected charge of £*«£*}«!* evening cotUflat* ttf Bill f and the Warden*; lrt tHe of toWtt at* AM r f w '.|r' t -"**i; Al Young; aftd fe>?th6 north H&rold Jflhftidn, D*. H. I. ahd\ Carl M. Catties, 1 .Mr. amT MM. Ben U. Meytf fe»v teftalned the Birthday dub. Thurs day evening. It was Mrs. Senus toebrarid's birthday And she wns presented with A gift. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rtppentwp received the score priies for evening. MM. blck B. Meyer received the travel ; prize. 86ml <i?ei"found W.t&«e It over, Mrs. *W A^ilnW^iteok, n«f ?aulin« te Altet Len, d oh,Mohdfty th^y went to W.'notta wftew Pauline en- Algona Merchants Starting 10 a. m. to Midnight, Dec. 16th-17th "Mis. Wiggs olthe Cabbage Patch" Algona Stores Open Evenings Dec. 21-22-23 Mi Christmas DIAMONDS of QUALITY The Most Appreciated Gift of All $25 - $35 - $50 - $75 - $100 $150 up Gruen - Elgin - Hamilton Watches Gift Suggestions Wihicu you give furniture you give something of ( lasting values something tbpt can be enjoyed for r years and years. People are going to spend more time in their homes than formerly, and gifts for the home wilTbe doubly appreciated-,. RIGHTDRES5! Yardley's — Old Spice — Friendship's Garden — Max Factor — Evening in Paris — Richard Hudnut — and Eliza- beth Arden Toilet Articles. Gift Suggestions Card Tables with 4€haii*, ^ V Child's Table and Chairs Magazine Racks \ Men's Smokers Waste Paper Baskets Clothes Hampers Leather Hassocks Pictures and Plaques Emerson Radios Wall Mirrors Medicine Cabinets Vanity, Floor and Table Lamps Unfinished Chests Pier Cabinets Pin-up Wall Lamps Sewing Rockers Window Shades Platform Rockers Sewing Cabinets „ Occasional Chairs Sh.aff»r'» new "TRIUMPH" Tucltowoy p,n ,.t m.»l» all U.S. S«rvlc. r»- quir«m«nt«, and eorrie* lately in ANY portion-in thirt. coot, or trou- W pocket If. »h. AU-PURPOSE p ,n-w«orabU in all dimotti, no matter how much or little clothing it worn. Give thU newe»l fine »el to your loved one»-s«t l«'" r * baek Sheaffer pen», all colon. »275 to •20. See ogr »election. TRIUMPH SHEAFFER3 NEWEST Metime. ilO {/U i '" OH. Meeker made Leather Goods — Bill Folds, Travel Kits, etc. Toilet Sets—Mirror, Brush and Comb $4.50 up Shick Electric Razors _ - _$12-$15-$18 White and WyckofFs Stationery Eastman Kodaks and Cameras Toasters iPern Stands Dish Sets Day Beds Luggage Bugs Poor Mats Night Tables Flower Pots Ironing Boards Desks Desk Chairs Vanity Bench Hall Trees Boudoir Chairs Cedar Chests BORCHARDT'S DRUGS and JEWELRY VSSiXy^^ KeC88£ Large Assortment in various Price Ranges HIGH CHAIRS Living Room Suites Bedroom Suites om Suites S«m w ym iustrom Furniture

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