The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1946 · Page 4
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•*<$••&% '-^ftUV PAGE FOUR Ear.1v Resident Is Dead In Minnesota Max E. Diivison, manager of l.lie U. S. employment service office in Minneapolis and formerly head of the USES office in St. Paul, who was born 51 yours ago in Algona, died last ALGONA DESvMOINES,' ALttdNA, IOWA. Wednesday noon of a heart attack at his home in Minneapolis. ' He is survived by his wife, Dorothy, two sons, Richard and Dean, his father in Lake Crystal, 111., and two 'brothers and e\ sister. OVER 4.000 CIRCULATION ANNOUNCEMENT There is still time to start a good business training course this year. On December 2 every student at HAMILTON will start a new schedule. So can you. No "make-up" work. VETERANS—a new course in "GOING INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF" will be offered. CIVILIANS—the demand for office workers who have had good, advanced training, is enormous. Many new fields are opening up. Let us tell you iihout them. It could easily change your whole tuture for the better. THE HAMILTON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Mason City, Iowa Tuesday and Wednesday, November 12-13 FRED BRADY FRANK McHUGH FAY HOLOEN DOROTHY MORRIS MILBURN STONE Screenplay by LUNA IAZARUS • Based on a story by Harry H. Poppt • Chester Bcecroll • Mary Marlind DnecHH by IRLE C. KEN10N . Associate Producer. STANLEY RUBIN • Eieculive Producer: MARSHALL GRANT _.. JLjmi _ i _ * UNIVERSAL PICTURE.- ""•• Co-Hit—Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur in "THE PLAINSMAN" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 14-15-1G BLAZING 45's FLAME WITH FURY! Co-Hit—Rick Vallin in "SECRETS OF A SQRORIETY GIUL" Added Serial, "Scarlet Horseman" BEVERLY SIMMONS 17 CANDIDATES FOR ACADEMY QUINT Seventeen men turrfed out a few days ago for the first basketball practice of St. Cecelia's Academy, here. The squad at present consists of Richard Winter, Tom White, Marvin Erpelding, James Beiser, Gerald Thuente, Kevin Schmidt, Art Winkel, Richard Wilhelmi, Charles Elbert, Maurice Erpelding, Richard Busch, George Weir, Eugene Harig, Robert Reynolds, Michael Kcnefick, Robert Wcincr and Bill Woodcock. The squad largely lacks experience, but with most of the candidates freshmen and sophomores, prospects look bright for a future season if not this one, Father Bauer stated. The game schedule follows: Nov.. 27—Whitlcmore, there. Doc. 1—SI. Joe, here. Dee. 3—Sacred Heart, Fort Dodge, there. Dec. !!—Bancroft, here. Dec. 12—Presentation, Whittemore, there. Dec. 17—Corpus Christi, Fort Dodge, here. Doc. I!)—Burl, hero. Dec. 22—Emmctsburg Catholic, hero. Jan. li—Wesley, there. Jan. 5—Presentation, Whittc- more, here. Jan. !)—St. Joe, .there. Jan. Dodge, Jan. Jan. Jan. Dodge, 'Feb. Feb. there. Feb. Feb. 12—Sacred Heart, Fort heje. 23—Whiltertiorc, here, 26—Bancroft, there. 28—Corpus Christi, Fort there, 3-4-5—Diocesan tourney. 9—Emmetsburg Catholic, 13—Wesley, here. 18—Burt, there. TWO PROGRAMS ON ARMISTICE DAY Observance of Ahnistice Day •look place here Monday with services by and for war veterans in the high school auditorium at 11 a. in. W. E. Hawcott and Lloyd Robinson of the American Legion were in charge of the program. The Algona-Humboldt football game at 2 p. m. was the center of the afternoon program. In the evening a banquet WHS served at the Academy starting at 0:30 p. m. for all ex-scrvice- men. W. A. Lorcnz and Joe Lynch were the committee in charge of the affair. G. E. Whitehead of Perry, newspaper publisher, service veteran and widely known throughout, the slate, was the speaker on the evening program. .Subscription—$2.50 pet year; 7c single copy. Adv. rate 42c inch. Phylis Frank of Fenton Bride of Minnesota Vet JTcnton: Sunday, Nov. 3, the 30th wedding anniversary! of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Frank, was the day chosen by Phyltss •Frank for her marriage to Robert Johanseh, son of Mr. and Mrs- Harold Johansen o£ Minneapolis, Minn. The double ring ceremony took, place in the Methodist church in Fenlon nt 2 p. m. The Rev. F. C. Pruel officiated. Mrs. Clarence Osborn. organist, played the nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Richard McCarty of Hartley, who sang. Her twin sister, Mrs. Richard Schiltz of Minneapolis was matron of honor. Margaret Syreen and Rosemary Finnestad, both of Minneapolis, and June Frank, cousin pi thej bride, of Hancock, Minn., were bridesmaids. Arnold Johansen of Minneapolis attended his brother. Ushers were Rhcinharl Johansen of Minneapolis, Don Shaw, DCS Moines, and Howard Rabey, Humboldt. A reception was held at the Frank home following the ceremony. The waitresses were Lorraine Wegner and Eunice Johnson of Dos Moines, Jacqueline Ehrhardt, Mary Georgia Newel and Anna R'ae Weisbrod. Mrs. Richard Schiltz sang "Always" and "Song of Love" during the reception. The bride Is a graduate of Fen* tin high school and Mankato business college. She is a civil service employe and at present is employed by the veterans administration in Minneapolis. The bridegroom is employed at C. F. Anderson Surgical Supply Co., in Minneapolis. He served in DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, Nov. 15 AL MENKE Tuesday, Nov. 19 EARL HUNT Coming November 22 '• JOHN PAUL JONES the arnIM forces •to surgical technician 1ft tH« corps. • •••-' • '-•'.'.' '•• •;• The eoople left 6n a itlp to cagd ftftef which they will bft At home in Minneapiils. WANT ADS BRINGS , . .i , •,;.„ «.-., ; :$•• .- ,!j f •', v f. •.#£<-> i I - Ih'ih^ hdsiJltfil hewS last to baby girl at the,. Kossuth bitali It Slh&uld have been e Pfesthus. , ' BESTFH.ACE EATIN AT NOON! GEORGE'S CAFE 1-10 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Nov. 17-18-19-20 ""y Co-Hit ' " OUTCAST 90V... ] OltJIAWHORSf.., DON PORTER LOIS COLLIER JACQUELINE deWIT GEORGE CLEVELAND and Love and laughter > in a haunted house! BOB PAULETTE HOPE; GODDARD GHOST BREAKERS RICHARD CARLSON • PAUL LUXAS ANTHONY QUINN • WILLIE BEST PIRECTED 1Y CEOROE MARSHAll. fttivit w<iti OPENING W€D. NOV 13 It's stupendous, colossal, magnificent—in fact all the superlatives can't describe our Toyland this year. It's really Santas' headquarters —the biggest assortment of toys in northwest Iowa. It is packed to over flowing with "toys like we have never had before—the good well-made kind, built of pre-war materials—dolls, toys, games, books, scooters, and • hundreds .of^ other itciiis. -We also have a Ih^ited sulpply of good steel; ^4 His, kncyc/lej;,Jf0djuicfj$^rs,^stfepl trunner sleds, ett. We had ,-to s -biijrj >.,-=',Jy —and we suggest you do4hc same. ; '../'•;• .,•.•- .•' '-;•''- ?'. ? •?': A Deposit Will Hold Any Item IJntil Christma*| Teeter Totters Doll Cabs Garden Sets Steel Chairs Plush Pandas Sets of Dishes Footballs Toy Telephones Airplanes Doll Houses Doll Furniture * Guns and Holsters All Size Skiis Cow Boy Chaps Rubber Wheel Toys Tinker Toys Black Boards Rocking Horses Upholstered Chairs Child's Pool Table Doll Beds Building Sets Carpenter Sets" ;; Magic Sets Metal Ironing Boards Hammock and Stand Blackboard Desks . Kiddie Kars Toy Pianos Little Golden Books Farm Toys Color Books Bead Stringing Sets Shooting Gallery Carom Boards Wood Burning Sets Microscope Sets Telegraph Outfit Sewing Machines Easy to Build Radios Metal Casting Sets Soft Balls Basket Balls Ten Pins Rubber Balls Xylophones Irpjqis and Toasters Sewing Machines Tree Holders DOLLS DOLLS >'"' '; •'• •••:'.' . -V • , You have never seen so many gorgeous dolls—genu- '•.-•• i i - inc Horsman dolls—baby dolls, dolls with real jiair, and dolls that open and shut their eyes, There's a doll every little girl who writes Santa she wants one, . Christmas Tree Decorations Gift Wrappings • ' " ;," ^Pi''li. %r \jf 1|H|PI .'•'-"fi^^ *'i l Iw^ HARDWARE

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