The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1942 · Page 3
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BURTBIRDS4-H INXMASPARTYAT ACKERMANHOME H, ?*-' rf r t! fh«s Burl ftiiWfl 4-tt club held Its annual dhfMjBfta pAtty, at •R. L. Ackenhan home With Jarttit Lou Sage as hostesa. The roll call, was answered toy nlna members. "My Wftvorlte Christmas Carol", was answered by nrfle members, the leader and assistant and four v'fl- Uofs, Mrs/ R. *". Hawcott, Maty Oreise, Frances Habeger and Wan- <m Mann. The nrogram consisted <£ * demonstration, "Building a wardrobe Around Tour Best Col* «**" by Lavonne Orelse; a demon- strati/' 1. Good Looklnp Htands that Do Things", by RAchel Wei»brort and a demonstration "Hand Washing for Nursing" by Beverly Long. After carol singing games were played arid a delicious lunch served. In abnreelatlon of the work dd»e for them In their health ex- aminatlon, the girls packed boxes for Dr. Clapsaddle and Dr. Thompson. The next meeting will be :.n (dhmtnii ... and when it does come, we want it to come with all the old, fashioned trimmings that make this season so joyous. Thanks, one and all, for your kindness to us during 1942. The Mainline! February with tavoftne Wallace Mawcbtt Waited relatives In Mason City last wedn«s*b>. . -A *6rt aa born to Mft and Mrs Dave Weber Thursday, Dec. 17th. The Fortnightly club met oh Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. 3. T. Heaney. ACr. And Mrs. R. C. Dremmel are totfenW Of a daughter born Thursday morning, Deo. 17. The Friendly Ne'ghbors had a Christmas party Thursday after- hdbri at the home of Mrs. & H. McMullen. The Golden Rule Sunday School class of the Methodist church, was entertained Friday afternoon by Mr*. & H. Wessel. Lawrence Miller, who is a student at Ames, came home last Tuesday to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. L. Miller. (Mary Jean Rachut, who Is attending Wartburg college at Waverly, came Friday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut. Mrs. Harold Nelson and son, David, Waterloo, arrived Tuesday evening to spend the holidays with Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mr*. S. M. Peterson. Betty Bee Chrlstensen came homo Wednesday from Minneapolis where she is attending school to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen. The Fldolls Sunday School class met Thursday evening at the home of Sellna Clifton and Lulu Haw cptt. Mrs. Godfrey dellenfeldt had charge of the entertdlnment. A second JWftit Aid class course has been completed, 22 members completing the course, which was taught by Dr. Bahh6 K. Bahnson The members took the final exam irat'on last Week Tuesday evening Mrs. F. It. Pratt returned home day from Spencer where she ha< Tuesday from Spencer,'where she had spent two or three days visiting friends. On the way home she hac d'.nner with the Tony Stoffela a! Bmmetsburg. 'Mr. and Mrs. (E!arl Glrton anc daughters, Marilyn and Shirley were dinner guests Wednesday at the home of Mrs. GIrton's mother Mrs. Gerta Thompson. They were on the'* way from Ames, where the girls are students, to their home at Sioux Falls, S. D. The annual school Christmas program is being given Tuesday evening, Dec. 22. This program will include numbers by the grade pupils and the h'>gh school musical organizations. Christmas eve the annual union candle-light service will be held at the Presbyterian church. The Junior class .play, "Poor Dear Edgar," was presented Friday evening. Proceeds from the play will be used to help finance the junior- senior banquet. Between act numbers included a cornet solo by Kenneth Schneider solo by Lorena Relb- hoff and Christmas carols by 'a boys' doUble quartette. Five of Six Heetlands of Lakota, in U. S. Service Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. John Heet- / land received word a week ago that the'* daughter, Arlene, who has been employed in Aurora, 111., was married December 12th to Staff SgtJ* George Morse at Miami, Florida, has been an Air Corps instructor for two years. The other daughter, Mrs; Roy Tlpton is with her sold'er-husband at Mather Field, Sacramento, Calif. One son, Eldon, is stationed at Washington, D C., as instructor in the naval .shin yards. The other son, Merle, came home last week for a week's furlough with his family. Merle was in the Pearl Harbor, disaster and , has a 15-day leave but like other boys must spend much t'<me en- route both ways. Merle will return to his ship with the Pacific fleet this week. The youngest daughter, Iris Ann came home last week Wednesday from Aurora, where she is employed in a defense plant to spend the week with her brother and her family. The Heetlands have one other son, Johnny who '« In h:'.gh school. Out of the six child- ren five of them are connected with the service. M. E. AND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES HOLD PARTIES The annual Christmas party was ha good crowd present. Mrs. Harry Musman led In carol singing wJth Avis Mitchell playing the organ. Games were then enjoyed by the group and lunch was served. Special features of the lunch for the children were pink and green and white popcorn balls and cookies made to resemble Santa Glaus, all dressed in colors and Christmas trees and colored decorations which of course delighted the children. TT to not oolr now, at Cl w» appreciate your patronage. We appreciate It aB year 'round, but now, in the la* short day* of 1942. to flu rery beat time to teU yen about it and to wtoh you aU a Merry ELK Cleaners&Tailors Norman & Perry Wi W0VUB UKE TQ WISH THAT YQVR 6HW5TMAS , STOCKING HAVE MUCH MOM IN IT THAN EYE* W IFORg, IMT« v A5 THIS MISHT SEEM TO « AN EXTRAS A6ANT'Hpri, Wf WI$H THAT IT CONTAIN FA* MOM THAN YOU HAVE STOOD |T 11$ LOYAU.Y IN IfB, ANP Wf CANNOT THJ. YOU HOW MUCH W? AffMClATS IT. Kohlhaas Hardware The pastor, the Rev. O. P. Mueller, was given a Christmas gJ.ft of money. The Presbyterian church women held their annual Christmas meeting at the church Thursday afternoon with 35 women present. After the business meeting Mrs. E. G. Sauer led in carol singing; Mrs. J. E. Ukena had charge of devotions arrd read the Christmas Story from Luke; Mrs. Saucr played a piano solo, "Hark! Hark! The Lark"; Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht told of Christmas at the White Hous under different presidents and the program closed with the grout) singing "God Bless America." A lunch of sandwiches, cakes, cookies coffee and tea was enjoyed du the social hour. The women reported the sending of 28 Christmas boxes to their boys in service. /Clarence Geerdes fell last week Monday whle playing basketball al school and gave hfs head a bad bump but is all right asjain. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland were dinner guests at the Walter Bleichs at Burt last week Wednesday eve' ning. The Aivin R'.ppentrops moved into the Methodist parsonage last week. The Rev. O. P. Mueller, pastor, Hvea at Ledyard this year so the parsonage was vacant. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and Mrs. Delia Smith were Blue Earth, Minn., shoppers last week Tuesday. The Otto Koppens were Blue Earth shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerzema visited a cousta, Mrs. O. W. Ryken ot Ackley last week Wednesday. Mrs. Ryken's husband passed away recently and she has 'been crltcally ill, since that time. Word was received here last week of the death of J. Quincy Coder at his home at Letts, Iowa Bert and Quincy, known here as the Coder Bros., owned and farmed a place on No. 9 east of Lakota for 25 years but sold the farm two years atto. The Lutheran church women held their Christmas meeting at the church last week Wednesday afternoon and after the business meet- Ing -they sang carols and later enjoyed a pot luck lunch. The new pastor and family will be here on Jan. 1st, 1943. The Girl Scouts held their Christmas party at Mrs, Delia Smiths on Thusrday night»when Mrs. H. H, Murray and Mrs. Will KJenJtz as assisting hostesses. Trie group sang Christmas carols at about a dozen homes and then went back to Mi's. Smith's for lunch and they also exchanged gifts and gave their leader Elsie Endreland several nice gifts. The Legion Auxiliary held its Christmas party at the Fred Schroeders -with the junior members as guests. During the blackout the juniors entertained with Christmas carols; Arils Heetland told the Christmas story; Rodney Heetland sang Luther's Cradle sang and just "before the end of the darkness, the junfors sang "When the Lights Come on Again All over the World." Lunch was served. The Lakota $«H boys and girls met At the Charles Eggertbs last week Monday night and the club leader, Walter Hans, and County Leader St Claire were among those present. They discussed the part the 4-Hers play in food production during Uie war and, reported thai $300,000 worth of beef calves and the same amount of hogs were gold in Roasuth county last year. Lunch was served anj after tile black-out the younst people played various games. They exchanged gifts by means of a grab bag. he At»MU Ppper Pei Moiaet, AlfOiA, Iowa, Pec. 25,1042 ^^?^?H* ll *B!?f™" ll " i ' <l ^ >llll>i *"' <l "'*'"*<**"«*»""«*««^^ [ f f f F This Christmas From KRESENSKY'S >Is. OF CALIFORNIA *»] ,'?" - " " .•-» — • •-F-»~ ff'TW' •*• pv i ffff^r fff^^ fym Looking Clothes Give Yourself that Fur-Trimmed Coat tfv» 90,4 v& ^ Ate /- ' ; <,/; " -:'"M €> •>«•.*, The Amazing TRIKSKIRT MT fENO. • NOW HAS 5! Something new has been added, to make you covet another TRIK- SKIRT! 5 cute buttons to be worn smartly with placket in front, on side, or in the back! Add TRIK- SKIRT'S clever penchant for "re- pleating" its 20 tuck-gores on the hanger, in drawer or handbag ... and jady you've really got something! Name your colors and take your choice! Smart new colors include California Gold, Beachcomber Tan, Monterey Aqua, Fire Red, Lagoon Blue, Black Brown, Navy, Sizes'24 to, 32. In COHAMA FABRICS Teca Blend Jungo Rayon Crepe (without drawstring) about 4.95 Fine Crush-Resistant Dundee (Teca yarn and spun rayon) with drawstring about 5.95. £4 «p| B FOR THE YOUNG SET DRESSES Few things delight the youngsters as much aa new clothes. Choose a Kate Greenway Dress in prints or spun rayon COAT SETS Warm practical coats with leggings for warmth. Leggings or coat can be used separately 4 ft OE with other garments 1 U.WO May we suggest anklets, BOX, sweaters, mittens, under-, HQ Rfl wear, pajamas, also clothes for boys. ww.WV This is a good season to buy that fur trimmed coat, and buy it now, as a present to yourself for Christmas. Black, blue, Black, blue, brown, tweeds, with lovely furs. For Every Day Living and Botany Flannel, 100% wool £ (with drawstring) abouc $R \ Of CALIFORNIA for Versatility, foof Practical Giving PRETTY HOME FROCKS Prints or plain cottons spun rayons, in .three grade, 2.98, 3.98, 4.95. Chambrays, seersucker, gingham. A lovely selection, sizes 12 to 52 Give a Pretty Dress with a nationally known brand r 1.98 to 4.95 Fenton Dmejriat to 'Fenton; Derwood Bigfer has ac- P*pted » poBlii-on as assistant man in Cedar Rapids and left the last of the week to assume his new du- ttes. P«rwood la « rraduaje of the (•Jrelahton S^haol of Creator, TWEED CASUAL COAT A 100% virgin wool coat. The coat you will' wear and wear. An ideal gift for the wife or daughter. 29.75 •I PRECISION TUCK-CORES Here's a skirt (bar knows its way around! Its 6-button closing is as cute at port or starboard as it is at bow or stern, And the flexibility of (be 52 tuck-gores flatters any figure! Its non-curl, biasrcut waistband Ojf rtyon taffeta has 9 canvas inner re- inferring that slims every waistline it supports. A wrinkleproof skirt to (frta down with a tailored shirt for busy days! A crease-resistant skin 10 dreu ftp w|tb i cocktail blouse for dincjng nights! - S8W« B«w colpfs include Cftliform? GQld, Bwcbcombei Tan, Munttrty Aspire Red, U&wn Blue, RijcL BfC-wn, M»vy Si«> il «. 32 $4.95 ' '-F ' More Welcome Than Ever SHEER HOSE Made of fine rayon yam. Soft and sheer as silk —"bqarded" to hold its shape. "Carol King" "Minx Mode" "Joan Miller" "Loma Leads" "4 Star Dresses" "Kathy Keene" Silks, wools, jerseys, in prints, pastels, and dark shades. A marvelous selection. All sizes, 6.50 8.95 10.95 SWEATERS and more SWEATERS Give sweaters to all your friends and watch them thrill—over 500 to pick from. Pair 1.35 2.98,4.50 Jr.*

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