The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1945 · Page 7
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OPEN TO PUBLIC ,, Algona, Iowa (Special) — In J*£eplng with the traditloHs of iHe : Christmas season, a Nativity scene Will bo, erected at the Prisonr of .War CaWp near here and will be open to the public. Viu Sltu f lted on U - S. Highway IB, !; the pr sdrter of wifr camp lies two and ,one half miles . northwest of Algpnn. To guide persons who' 'Wish-to see,.the religious creation, .the star of Bethlehem will be visible during the winter evenings, y Space; in a government wffre- Y House, SO.feet by 50 feet/has beeri Set aside for the' scene.' It will 'include the manger scene wilh the central figures of the Christ child, ,Mary, hitfmother, and the adoring ' shepards arid Magi. '. , Music In Background •' • lh the distance will bo (he mountains around Bethlehem from which the shepherds came after hebring the glad tidings of "Joy tO'the world, the Lord has come" i In the heavens will be lh° "multitude of the heavenly host." jSpace for ^worship will be provided in order to give those desiring a chance to : prof ess thel suplications to the Eternal Kin of Peace. .Background music, religious an secular Christmas tide, selections Will be furnished by a male choi us. .Opening date of the Natiyitj scene has not been .announced 'noi have the hours the religious presentation will be open to the public been set. There will be no admission charge. , Prisoners Paid For It. All construction work 'on the Nativity scene which has been done by German prisoners of war and the cost of materials were paid for out of German prisoner of war funds. "In offering this religious spec. tacle to the people of north Iowa, we believe we are giving them a chance to see something never before unveiled in this section of the country," says ; l/t. Colonel A. T. Lobdell, commanding officer i of .the prisoner of war camp. I "It will be a fitting tribute to the Prince of Peace, at. the good will season of the year, coming after a titanic world conflict," the colonel added. tf, 10:; Miss Dorothy Dreye Fenton, d'eeideflt.t : . Nov. 20: Mf.s. MalTbrd Mltchel Lone Rock,, boy; Mrs. Carol Mut dims, Aigbha, girl; Mrs. Rober Sandey, Wesley, boy. Nov. 21: Joyce Starri, Algona medical;,baby .Larry Stratton, Al gona, medical. .j, Nov. 23: Mrs; Wendell Jensen Algona, boy; Duane Rlley t Algona accident.., ' ,. , , Nov. 24:" Geb. Purvis, Algonn fracture. Nov. 25: Mrs, Leo McEnroe, Al- ?ona, medical; Emma Rober Whittemore, surgical. Nov. 26: Florence Dodds, Al- 3ona, surgical; Rosemary Arend, Corwith, surgical; Bert Carr, Bancroft, medical. NOVY2 1 ?: Mrs. Donald Wood, Algona, t>oy; Lena Tammen, Algona, medical; Mrs. Ed Risl, Algona, medical, expired- Mrs. Glen McDonald, Algona, medical. Nov. 28: Mrs. Garnet Pickard, Whittemore, girl. (Iowa To Seek New Industries Through ^Aciveriising Series ^ An advertising campaign de• signed to attract new industry and manufacturing ,;lo the stat ofrlowa will begin on a nations scale this month. ; -This Industrial' • Advertisin Campaign, sponsored,by tbe low nDeyelopment Commission will tel |industrialists of the unlimited ad f»vantages of locating' their 'plant and factories in Iowa. , -The campaign will run through i the 'months of November and December in 1945 and the entir year of 1946. _ The firat Eds will appear in the i November issues of "Nations Business." "The United States News, - Chicago Journal of Commerce ,1-and;the "Wall Street Journal. •Business Week and Fortunes mag- 1 azines will be added in January 1940, also in the very near future (by, January 1046) motorists en- I tenng the state on any one of the fifteen major highways will be greeted with large beautiful bill, boards telling them the Iowa story Watch for the ads, watch for the billboards. So Sleepy. After seeing a show in'Creston last week, Delmar-Harpin of near .Zlpn fell asleep in the theatre, and i dreamed about.it. He kept on (dreaming until about 1:30, when ihe awoke to find.the theatre sur- I'prlsingly dark and quiet. He was .still trying to figure how to get i oat about 4 a. m. when policemen f Harry Cruzen and Glenn Ahnen |arrived and tpok him into custody, f The name of the picture, inci- I dentally, was "Wonder Man" but [this was purely coincidental. Mr. i Hatpin claims to/be no wonder | man at getting out of a theatre! Not a Fiery Furnace,' The Rev, S. P. Trostje of the ITrefcy 'Methodist church lost his •balance while leaning over a hot- lair register last week, and fell, •headfirst into a furnace which he Ijvas helping install.in, the church. I The other workmen removed the I top. of the sheet iron jacket-and I Assisted him to the basement floor. tHe received a slight, head m jury |bu,t. recovered. ,>. ., Long Time Dad. R; Kelberg, Iowa Falls,; at ,.,,.3d Dad's Day festivities at th Istate ufllv.ersity recently for thi K1K tw• cpiisecutJyeVear.' One son $yw,,no.w 'with the : na,vy medi- R'porps, spent seven years at the '-'-—"y; son Pai4,l,ffillowed '" = 'a daughter, ~ •. M We Now I g^^.y •-fW;A\^,': '[: : 'i Idliiis-Maiivi iwrvtlome Insulation GENERAL tfov. 17: Mrs. %ar6ld Gouge, Algona, .boy; Darrel Wuen, Britt, surgical; Patricia Thompson, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Art Hagg, Algona, medical. Nov. 20: Robert Percival, Algona, surgical; Mrs. John Huff, Wesley, medical; Mrs. Quincy Troup, Algona, boy. Nov. 21: Bill 'Laing, Algona, surgical; Marlyn Hinders, Woden, surgical;/ Mrs. Clara Olson, Cir- with, girl. Nov. 25: Mrs. Mark Twedt, Wodeii, boy. Nov. 27: Mrs. Delbert Benton, Whittemore ,girl. . ,..•.. MY JOIN NAVY ALcib'NA DES koiNEs, ALGONA x .. Comdr. truman Jones Officer in Charge, tr. S. Navy fie- crulling. Station, Des Moines, la announced today that....men now volunteering -for..service in the Regular Navy will, have the option of electing either two, three four or six year terms of enlistment. Regular Navy term of service previously has been four years. Men volunteering for ,1 first enlistment or reenlistrrtertt in the Regular Navy are how given an option on the length of time they wish to serve. Applicants 17 years >f age may nofw be enlisted for wo years, three years, or not to exceed minority. Men enlisting or .minority are automatically lischarged when they reach the go of 21. Applicants iri the age group IB p 30 inclusive may now be en- isted for cither two. three, four r six years. The Navy also an- ounced that men over 30 will be ligible for enlistment in the Reg- lar Navy if their total previous military or naval service., or ac- ve service in the Naval Reserve aducted from their present age lace them in the 18-30 group. Offering men the option of electing two, three, four or . six year terms of service is expectetl to accelerate.'still further the current brisk rate of voluntary enlistments in the Regular Navy. Other new and attractive inducements for men -considering the Regular Navy are provided In the Voluntary Recruitment Act of 1945 just passed by Congress and signed by President Truman. In a summary of the new Recruitment Act Commander..Jones mentioned: Reenlistmeht gratuity of fifty dollars In all pay grades for each year served in the current term p£ active duty. Previously the amount Was only 25 dollars tor men below the first three nav grades. immediate payment of muster- i n ,g-°ut pay, instead of wailing until final separation from service, >.. up t6 60 days leave with transportation provided both ways. v Permanent extension of wartime 20 percent extra allowances for sea and overseas duty. Family allowances extended for full period of enlistments and re- enlistments made prior to July 1 either money allowance for quarters for dependents or family al lowancc. «. t. Bill of .Rights benefits as sured at end of new enlistment. I' roo postage until December 3 1947. Daughter for Htitcnins Mr. and Mrs. Carol Hutchins an parents of their first child, i daughter born Monday, Novembe 19, al the Kossuth hospital. The babe weighed seven pounds. She is the first grandchild for Mr. anc Mrs. Carl Hulchins. Mrs. Hutchin.s Was Edna Miller, daughter of „ ., , / i Loo Miller. 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