The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1936 · Page 22
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Tuesday, December 8, 1936
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Swea City Women Give Shower For Mr*. Art Aldrich The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 8> 19& . —-- /: Meadamea Geo. But terfleld. Ray Hartahorn, C. J Helmke and RuaseU Waterbury en tertaraed at a post-nuptial ahowe *Tiday afternoon, Nov. 27, at the i*.E. church parlors honoring Mra. Arthur Aldrich, the former Norma Oauaaen, daughter of Mr. M d Mrs! P. J. Helmke. Forty-five guests ??:£f^? tte """PUment and Mrs. Aldrich waa the recipient of many »Sii if U . tS J >e an<1 her h «»l»nd will make their home on a farm near De» Moines. Mr- and MrsTr. pTMitchell spent Thankagiving with relatives in luemme. i,~i » »u—;—' ot SIoux '"•w Baited at the J. J. Anderson home over the week end. -. aon of Mra. T. ..---* vlaited relatives and frienda in Sioux Falla recently. A daughter, their second child waa born to Mr. and Mra. Leonard awanaon, Wednesday, Nov. 25th. U*_ __ j •»» . _ «' • • " rwwen •pent Thanksgiving with relatives and friends in Sioux Falls recently. Miss Ruby Horton, eighth grade teacher, spent the Thanksgiving holidays with friends in Iowa City! Frank Smause of Buffalo Center is employed at the Curtis furniture •tore. He is a nephew of Mrs. Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. August X. Peterson were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Taylor in Spencer. The Herman Kluger family spent Thanksgiving at the home of their daughter. Mra. Walter Mlehe. near Iowa Lake. Robert Bunje, music instructor in the high school, spent Thanksgiving vacation with frienda in Fairmont, Minn. Esther Smith, music instructor in the Corwith schools, spent Thanks- Clarence Roba is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roba. Clarence is a student in Augustana College, Rock Island. IlL Th» Claude Speiker family, Sioux Falls were week end guests In the D. W. Fults home. Mrs. Speiker and Mra. Fults are sisters. Miss Marjorie Barger, who teach- M In Plum Creek township, spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barger. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Minkel and family of Fort Dodge spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Minkel. Miss Virginia Fults of Des Moines spent Thanksgiving at the D. W. Fults home. Miss Fults is employed in Comptroller Murtagh's office. Robert Hagiund, who attends Waldorf College, Forest City, spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hagiund. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bravender drove to Iowa City Sunday and spent the day with their son, Roy who is a student at the university. Darwin Hanifan has gone to Chicago, where he has accepted a position as passenger switchman in the Illinois Central railroad yards. Robert Leland, who is attending Esther-villa Junior College spent the Thanksgiving holidays' with hia mother, Mrs. Alfreda Leland. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Nelson and children apent Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Nelson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Watson in Forest City. Miss Bernice Smith, who teaches in the Cylinder schools, spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eppelsheimer and MilUcent and the Clarence Eppelsheimer family of Plover spent Thanksgiving at the Wm. Thompson home. The T. R. Pickard and Wm. Altai egg families of Burt and Mr. and i Mrs. August Deitz of Fairmont, 1 were Sunday guests at the Frank Thomsen home. Thomas Hanifan, Lucille Evans and Darlene Keaaler, students at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, spent the week end at their various homes. Mr. and Mra. Theo. Miehe of Fayette visited during the week at the Fred Miehe home. On Friday they spent the day at the Louis Sachs home near Lakota, old friends of both families. Otto Keraus of Klemme began work Monday morning, as clerk in the Applequist grocery. He is a nephew of Mrs. T. F. Mitchell and a brother of Verie Kerause, who is employed in the Northern Lumber Co. yards. Silk Robes 3.95 to 13.50 Ties 50c to 1.50 GIFTS FOR A MAN From a Man's Store Shop Early and Save This Big Store is Now Ready for the Holiday Season with a Long Array of Practical Gifts for Men and Boys Here and t the Season of the W ™* s°°a be here season so soon at hand our thoughts at *° SUltable ^^rances L our&y -nder- is loaded Reefers 1.00 to 3.50 Popular Gifts Articles of clothing always make popular Christmas gifts. Give Him A Useful Gift Gloves 1.00 to 2.95 Perhaps there are no gifts so universally given or more welcomed by men than those of shirts, neckties, hosiery, handkerchiefs, sweaters, gloves, robes, scarfs, hats and eap or a suit or an overcoat, etc., and what an assortment of these articles we have secured for your selection. Arrow Shirts 1.95 Other Shirts 1.00 to 2.50 All Christmas Gifts Will Be Boxed No Extra Charge You are welcome to shop aroundhere at your leisure and examine the many exceptional values that this store offers in practical Christmas gifts for the men folks of the family Shop Early Let us urge you to do your Christmaa shopping early! Early in the month! Early in the day! And do it here at a big saving! Neckwear Pajamas Mufflers Golf Hose Shirts Suspenders Bath Robes Hosiery Garters Belts Handkerchiefs Gloves Lounging Robes Gladstone Bags Gladstone Bags 7.50 to 25.00 Zender & Caldwell Good Clothes Shop Gifts That Please ALGONA, IOWA

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