The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 6
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(lo.) Upper Das Moinet Tuesday, Dee. 20, 1960 V AROUND ALGONA ,. Mr and Mrs Wes Hardy and family plan to spend Christmas at Minneapolis \\-nft relatives. •__f)_«_ Mrs Mary Olson was a patient at St. Ann ho«pit:il sc'Vf;rnl days last wec'k suffering from a sciafic ailment. She is nuyv at. her home her 1 ?. Pratl Electric Co. had their Chrislmns party Sunday (-'vcnm;;. a dinner ;it Lake Airs Club in Fairmont. _ r\ Mrs Ernie Godfredson is hos- ('•FS to her M'\vin,L; cldb at n Christmas p;ir!y this al'iriii'H.n (TucscUiy). Mr and Mrs Delfcer! Sankey an; pnronts of ;in ri^ht pound, two ounc-i' daughu-r born Sunday at Si. A- hospital. Diar. .ay, Mr .-ind Mrs \v;i:; li;ipti-/i.-ci lici's C';ith<:!ir infant daughter of C!i;u !i .; Uju- .Iroin. Smul.iv ;i! Si, Cirr- CLOSING NOTICE ALL LAW OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED: All DAY SATURDAY, DEC. 24 AND ALL DAY SATURDAY, DEC. 31 KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler pi. ill to six'inl CliH:-!in;is in K;ms,-:> Ciiy, Mo. \vith Mrs ])')r- V.'i i!' ! '.-• sisli r ;uul i'.niiily. . — n — Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson hud ;is KUI •: 1 -ivi r;.l days \;iA \v< i>!-: tilt' !,,!!( i'.-; >on-in-l;i\v, Hill Txvolnbicy Patrick sons of Mi- had tutisili niiu: ;it St and Charles Cassell, ;ind Mrs Leo C;isscll. rtoMiirs Mondiiy inor- Ann hospital. MVEY'S Shirts In Arne! With Cotton Cotton Gingham Plaid Robes! $ 2 Arnel Iriacelale wilh collon goes inlo the machine, lighl ironing. A wide varieiy of styles, colors in our roll-up sleeve shirts. Sizes 32 lo 40. Colorfully woven combed coltons from Dan River end Galey & Lord. All Penney tailored wilh a prr.srl shawl collar. Wash n wear, lillle or no iron. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn ;md :-<>n Mai k plan lo :;p< ml Clnis'.Mias in Chicago at the liotiu' nl Mrs Pi ii skorn's Mslrr. - i i .- . Pal Cowan, Marianna Stcele & Jim Pratl arc anion;; the State Tciirhcr's Collct'.c students spending (lie holidays \viih their parents in Ah'.ona. - -O — Men's Council of ihe Presby- teriar. church is rieeliiu 1 , this evenini.; for dinner and election and instaliation m* M<AV officers. Keith Htrayer i- in eharj;e. — o- Mr and Mrs Carl .Grisham and four ehildrtn of Mountain Grove, Mo. are expected for the holidays at the home of Mrs Grisham's mother. Mrs \Vilma Kuhlman. Mrs Kuhlman will have the family dinner al her home Christmas day with Mr and Mrs Bob Kuhlman and son of Ollosen and Diane Kuhlman also present. The chancel choir of Ihe Presbyterian church will present a cantata, "Love Transcending", Christmas at ]0 a.m. Mrs Casey Loss is director and Judy Gerber, organist. Don Hemmingsen will be narrator ctnd Mrs Keith Christie, Mrs Myron Brower, Barbara Reinders. Mrs Richard Muwdsley, Jason Etherington and Kay Agena, soloists. A father-daughter quartet composed of Joseph and Marilyn Skow and Irwin and Diane Malueg, will sing as well as a quartet composed of Mrs Don Hemmingsen, Mrs A. J. Huenhold, Mrs Charley Hardgrove and Carol Sue Etherington. The Christmas worship service will be Saturday evening at 7:30. There will be no Sunday School Christmas clay. FOR WOMEN BEAUTIFUL DRESSES Colorful Plaids, smart checks and prints 11 Jr., Misses and '/i Sizes. NYLON ROBES luxury Lounging Robes of Quilted Nylon f Tricot - colorful pastel shades, sizes £ 12-20. FOR MEN WASH 'N WEAR PAJAMAS Neal Prints, stripes of long wearing broadcloth or embossed cottons, S-M-LAL* WASH 'N WEAR SHIRTS Sizes l4'/z-17, Lustrous Pima cotton dress shirts. Look great anywhere. Convertible cuffs. HOME GIFTS PRINT PILLOW CASES Bfautiful, Long-wearing Nation Wide Muslin. What homemaker wouldn't enjoy this dainty gift. SCULPTURED CHENILLE SPREADS ivtry inch beautiful -. Penney's machine wathabl* Chfnijb Spreads - White or Ptcerator Colors. WNNIY'S - ALGONA . - Ii To all our r neighbors friends and patrons I small, medium, large, extra-large Mrs Victor Parsons and Mrs Burton Harmes entertained at Christmas coffees Friday and Saturday at the home of'Mrs Parsons. •—o—• Diano, daughter of Mr and Mrs Irwin Mi.luef, has been home for the past week with a severe vi- ms ear infection. She is a sop- home; e at Algtjna high school. —-o— Sharon DeGroote is expected home Wednesday from the University o! South Dakota at Ver- 1'iillion for the holiday vacation with her patents. Mr and Mrs C harles Simmons. Connie Hall is expected lo arrive home Wednesday for the Chiistmas holidays with her parents. Mr and Mis Gordon Hall. She is a freshman at the University of Diibuquo. Cindy Hardy and Siri Norton are home from ManKalo State College for the holidays with their parents. Mr and Mrs Wes Hardy and Mr and Mrs Richard Norton. i Mrs Harry Spongberg is al Iowa City with her husband who is a patient at University Hospitals and is scheduled for surgery. Their niece. Mrs Kenneth Cowan. took Mrs Spongberg down a week ago Sunday. —o—1 Mariners couple club of Ihe Presbyterian church will meet Friday evening. They will eat chili at the church -and then go Christmas caroling. Mr and Mrs Ernest Egcl are In charge. Mr and Mrs J. B. Asa and Joyce Hayden were hosts Sunday evening to the officers of the Order of Eastern Star and their husbands and wives at a Christmas party at the Asa home. SI. Cecelia's Academy will have their Christmas party and program Thursday afternoon at 1:15 in the Academy hall. Parents and pro-school children are invited. Special guest will be Santa Glaus. -. f __, Mr and Mrs Wendell Feasler will have as their guests on Christmas the lattor's parents, Mr and Mrs- Ole Knutson of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs Harley Knutson and Denny of Ottoson and Helen Ruiz of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman will have their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs David Yeoman of Cedar Rapids and their daughter, Margaret, a student at State Teachers College home for Christmas. They will also be observing their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary Dec. 20. They have another son, Richard, in the service, who will not be able to be at home. Choral Concert Set At A.H.S. This Evening The choruses of the Algona junior and senior high school will present their annual concert, always a highlight of the local Christmas season tonight, Tuesday. Dec. 20, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Willard Snu- stad is director. Guest features in this year's program will be Kim Deal, tenor, student at Drake University in Des Moines, accompanied by Pain Waller, former Algona high school piano soloist, now a student at I.hi; State University. Both are I960 graduates. They will present several selections from Handel's, "The Messiah," and other numbers. The seventh grade chorus, the eighth grade chorus, the modern choir, the high ' school girls' chorus and the a capella choir will each be a part of the concert. The eighth grade chorus -will present a .short narrated story of the birth of Christ. The modern choir, which is tne high school symphonettes augmented by male voices, will present a specially arranged and staged version of, "The Twelve Days of Christmas". The 75 voice a capella choir will sing several selections including one Fred Waring arrangement of a Russian folks song with, piano accompaniment by Judy Gerber. Main Soloists will be Pat WE AT DIAMOND'S Wish You And Yours A Very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a healthy and Prosperous NEW YEAR DIAMOND'S Schneider, Barbara fteinders and About the time Uill Bourne. catch up . ' with the Jones', they refinance. Swallowing your pride will Rome people gof there by pull, never fcive you indigestion. others by push. LATETO SHOP £AKLY> "STUCK" for last minute You'll find "all kinds" of "last minute" gift ideas when you shop at the HUB. . .Here you'll find us still brimming with fresh, new gifts to please every man and boy on your list. If you've waited until the last minute, don't wake up screaming. . .just come into the HUB where you'll find a gay gift array, friendly helpful service and extra low prices . . . Hurry, Christmas is near. ROBES SHIRTS SOCKS TIES PAJAMAS SUITS BELTS WORK CLOTHES SLACKS GLOVES TOP COATS RAIN COATS • SWEATERS 9 JACKETS • UNDERWEAR • SPORT COATS ALGONA,IOWA i>res °" • H - • a "»PPy New year.

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