The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 10
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Perfect gift-the TRAVEL-RITER, KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST STOCK OF PORTABLES 111 i. Call, Algona DES MOINES OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. CY 4-3535 Across From New City Parking lot 4-Aigona (la.) Upper Oat MoirtM Tuesday, Dec. 20, 1960 Review Praises bed Junior Class Play By Bill Duffy Foitim-itcly for Algorui theatre (,'oers, "Charley's Aunt' 1 made an iippwinincc on tiro high school -.Mi'ds Tiii'sday night. Under Ihe able direclion of Ronald Diggins, tho junior cl;i?s of Algona Cotnl •iiun.iy Idyli School provided a nostalgic return to yesteryear. Liich member of the entire company handed a competent performance auuss the footlights. i-i-iiiling she cast in a merry -lui.se aiound the pitfalls of love was Randy Harmes. Bridjfitta vVhiUemure handled her straight clKirarter, Dt.nna Lucia D'Alva- durez. with skill and poise. Tins reviewer was delighted to •<v I ho cll'i.ctivo use of scattered stag i 1 pieces merely to suggest i.-ccde and atmosphere rather iliiin a lull realistic setting. The ciist also included Carolyn Plott, Chtuk Streit, Mike Novoichick, • Mm Finn. Jim Higgs, Lynn Kueek, Sandi Cook and Susan Schuliz. Cancel Meeting Homemakers Met Thi; rium Creek llomemaker's met Dee. 13 at tne liome of Mrs Walter Bleieh with Mrs Harold Bode, Mrs Tom Sampson, Mrs Jc.AVi-l Lai son and Mrs Gerald Carman, assistant hostessess. The meeting was brought to order by chairman Mrs William Paetz. Inspiration was given by Mrs Wti- yne Keith. The program was led by Rev. and Mrs Eclsel Isaacson from the First Lutheran church, Ali/ona, who pie:;cnted slides and church choir recordings. Mrs August S't'iglc" read the Christmas Story as part of recreation. It was also brought up to give $5 to rciarded children. Tt has now been 25 years since the liquor industry's re-birth in the U.S. with the repeal of prohibition in December 1!)33, notes Business Week. Today, the United States product's 03% of tin- world's whiskey. Burl The Burl Band Mothers will mivt as regularly scheduled in January, however a meet intf slated for this Thursday, Dot.-. 15, has hern Canceled. It was also announced that all band suits used last year, hut not turned in to date, should b'e turned in at the band room. j Townsend Club Has 7mas Party Algona Townsend Club met for its annual Christmas party on Tuesday evening. Dec. 13th. At the home of Mr arid Mrs William Carney. A six o'clock buffet, dinner was served with the tables decorated in the Christmas theme. There was a gift exchange followed by games of 500 and one table of various games. Prizes went to Wilbur Moldrcn, Marion Hennesy, Robert Willey, Margaret Haubaek, Mary Carney, Lolla Ladendorff, William Carney and Helen Johnson. The auditing committee was to meet at the A. M. Anaerson home on Friday evening, Dec. 16th. Those on the committee arc Mrs William Carney, Mrs A. M. Anderson and Mis Chester Willey. The next regular meeting was announced for Tuesday evening Dec. 27th. at the Chester Willey home oil West State street. The new officers will be installed. Each family is asked to bring the usual things. New games will be played under the instruction of Mrs Wilbur Holdren. CROCHETS Carl W. Radtke of Stoekport is skilled with a erochet hook. In some GO years of crocheting, he has made four table cloths, three bedspreads and countless doilies, baby caps and booties. The smallest pieces of his handwork are tiny nut cups and saucers made together. During World War II he knitted wool sweaters for boys in the service. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT for 52 eeks Of Year For $3 You May Send This Newspaper To Anyone In The Area For One Year — (We Will Send A Xmas Gift Card For You) ... or $4 A Year At Distant Points. EASY - ECONOMICAL - APPRECIATED The Algona Upper Des Moines The Paper That Covers Kossuth County VICTOR TREASURE CHEST from $18,75 ' 4 «* * I r 'L *&t. 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