"The Christmas That Almost Wasn't" 4 - A "« i ° "••' u "" "- M ° IM> LuVerne Folks In Colorado Earthquake Siiniu Uiiti* (Albert KuhiiuliulOi Mr. Wliipplc (I'nul Tripp) U nd Mrs. Simtu (l,yilin Uriiz/.i) «ct ready ID bruin tlicir ChriMnui* Kvc journey to all tbc chimneys in thin ncene from C.hildhood Productions l.iiMiiiiiii Color cltiKiii: "The OinMmii* Tbut Almoul Wasn't." Wesleyan Weds Danbury Girl On Nov. 25 WESLEY - James Eisenbacher, son of Vince Eisenbacherand the late Dorothy Eisenbacher, and Shirley Wimmer, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. August Wimmer of Danbury, were married Saturday, Nov. 25, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Danbury. Rev. LinusEi- senbacher of Odebolt, uncle of the groom, performed the 11 a.m. double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister, Rita Wimmer, as maid of honor. Another sister, Alice Wimmer, was bridesmaid. John Eisenbacher was best man for his brother, and Ray Wimmer, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Dick Reimer and David Hilbert were ushers. A dinner and reception followed the ceremony in the parish hall. The bride graduated from Danbury Catholic High School in 1965 and was employed in the business office of St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Sioux City. The groom is a 1962 graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona and farms near Wesley, where they will live. Algona Man Engaged To Boston Girl SUSAN LEE Mr. and Mrs. Edward U. Lee of Boston, Mass., announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Frances, to Ens. Vernell P. Ludwig, USNR, Algona. Miss Lee is a graduate of Ursuline Academy, Dedham, and is a member of the class of 1968 at Newton College of the Sacred Heart. „ Ens. Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell P. Ludwig of Algona, is a graduate of Garrigan; a 1966 graduate of Iowa State Uni- Every woman deserves something special for Christmas. She works all year for it. And because the clean, fast heat of gas appliances is one of the nicest gifts of all, Thermogas is offering special Christmas prices on gas ranges and clothes dryers. This Christmas, treat the lady of your house to a Thermogas range or a Norge gas clothes dryer. Whether she uses your gift to prepare better meals, or to put a new soft freshness into the family laundry — she'll thank you each day for remembering with clean, economical gas appliances. Stop in soon, and let us show you the special Christmas prices we have on all our gas ranges and gas clothes dryers. Don't you agree that she's worth something special this year? THERMOGAS CO. OF ALGONA _ ALGONA, IOWA 295-2841 'installation extra. Prices good while limited quantities last. Models shown are Thermogas Range ZA 9631W50AT and Norge Dryer 1002LP. verslty, and the Naval Officer Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island. He is currently serving in Vietnam. A late 1968 fall wedding is planned. (Hookailo Photo) Lakota band uniforms sought LAKOTA - Lakota Band Mothers Association hopes to raise $3,000 for band uniforms by Dec. 8. The group expects to raise the amount in a fund drive, but will welcome voluntary donations to cut down solicitation time. Uniforms will cost $66 each and the group estimates that 55 are needed. They will include a blazer coat,- trousers and hats, with uniforms to be of 100 per cent virgin wool whipcord fabric. According to the group, present band uniforms are 15 years old, show much wear and in many cases are ill fitting, cost Of new ones spread over a 15 year period would be about $4.40 each per year, KttUIIHIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllWtHmilllllllllllillinwi Fenton Chif-Chat Mr. and Mi's. Bernard Tigges were Friday evening callers at the Howard Bruhn home. Mrs. Ernest Meyer and Mrs. Alvin Meyer, Whittemore, visited Sunday afternoon with Amanda Schutt and Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bierstedt are parents of a 7 Ib. 14 oz.baby boy, born Dec. 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt. Mrs. Lloyd Sunde spent last week at the Jim Peterson home at Minneapolis. Mrs. Homer Matthiesen and Emily and Mr. and Mrs. George Hildreth, Des Moines, spent the Thanksgiving weekend visiting Mrs. Merry Bean at Deerfield, 111., Donald Matthiesen, Chicago, and Alex and Edna Goetsch at Oak Park, m. Mrs. Patsy Goetsch returned to Fenton with them to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and family and Virtus Fedderson visited at the Mark Berkland home, Ames, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Wm. DeWall and Mrs. Morris Mitchell attended the move clock 00009 "Around the Table Christmas Sing" presented by the junior and senior choirs of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Thursday evening supper guests at the Clarence Underwood home. Friday afternoon guests at the Morris Mitchell home for Mr. Mitchell's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell, Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Mrs. Richard Underwood, Walcott, Ind., and Mrs. Serena Pederson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson spent Sunday with relatives at Ft. Dodge and Humboldt. They also visited Mrs. Cornelia McCutcheon, a patient at Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY Complete Program begins: 7; 00— 9 p. m. "The Glory Stompers"- 7:25-9:20 p. m. SATURDAY MATINEE - Complete Program begins: 1:00 3:00 p. m. "That Christmas That Almost Wasn't" - 1:25 3:20 p. m. SUNDAY MATINEE - Complete Program begins: 2 p. m. "That Christmas That Almost Wasn't"-2:25 p.m. SUNDAY thru TUESDAY Complete Program begins: 7:009:00 p. m. "Fathom" - 7:159:15 p. m. WEDNESDAY- Complete Program begins: 7:00 - 9:00 p. m. "Clambake" - 7:15- 9:30 p. m. LU VERNE-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch returned late Monday night from a six-day visit with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Michael White, Denver, Colo. While they were there, the second largest earthquake occurred Sunday night while they were dining out. Two smaller quakes followed. No great damage was done, but many windows were broken and liquor stores and grocery stores had their products tossed onto the floors. At the White home, only evidence of the quake was that cupboard doors were opened and dishes moved toward the front and items in the refrigerator were knocked down. - o Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zentner spent the weekend with their daughter, Gretchen, at Nevada, Mo. Gretchen was one of the performers in a college play Saturday evening. The play, "Murder in the Cathedral," was staged in England. Gretchen, a 1967 graduate of LuVerne High School, is a freshman at Cotty College. - o- Duran Watts and Gerhard Hjelm eland went to Bloomington, Minn. Sunday to see the Green Bay ( Packers and Minnesota Vikings football game. Weekend guests in the George Studer home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Studer and family of Ames and Mrs. Helen Studer of Cor- with, mother of George Studer. Mrs. Wm. Goetsch and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer attended the Ft. Dodge District W.S.C.S. officers' Christmas party luncheon at the home of Mrs. Anna Hope in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch, and Mrs. John Sykes of Llttttnot* were dinner guests of the L. j. EJ- berts at Pocahontas. Mtt, ft» bert is an aunt of Mrs. Goatecb. The Good Will Club party ft* wives and husbands was held Fri* day night at Humboldt with 10 present. Court whist wafipUfid. Raymond Nelson wonehftl* prl», Edna Hanselman, high for womiA, Wm. Goetsch, high for men. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i Make it Christmas... 365 days Wia year. * with an Electrical Gift Algona Municipal Utilities •••••••••••••I••••••••••••••*•••••••••••••••••••••*! \vinos NEVER-IRON SHIRTS SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" ALL YEAR LONG! Made for two kinds of men . . . married and single. Both need Wings (R) Endura-Press w because these shirts are permanently pressed the day they were made and will never need ironing again I They start whiter, stay whiter; seams never pucker. The Dacron (R > polyester/cotton blends keep him sharply tailored all day. Spread collar. 14^-17, 32-35 sleeves. 5 The Nicest Gifts Cost Less at S & L THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY DECEMBER 7-8-9 2 Complete Shows Each Evening SATURDAY & SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY - DEC. 9 & 10 Saturday Shows At 1 and 3 p.m. — Sunday - One Showing At 2 p.m. 'BLACK SOULS' vs. the 'STOMPERS' CYCLE GANG-WAR! ...and a NEW KIND OF VIOLENCE IS BORN! ROSSANORAZZI + PAUL TRIPP THE IOPPLU mMtCRtA ,,,M NOIL n^MAHONLY GLORY STUMPERS * JAMES WHITE .JOHN LAWRENCE ...ANTHONY LANZA —JOHN LAWRENCE —MAURIttE SMITH .NORMANT HERMAN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL.... -COLORSCOPE ©1967 American International Pictures RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCE. ADMISSION - ADULTS $1-25 i^^^tf^rw.^M^^^tf^^^^^^ u ^^^ u ^^^ u ^^K ^^^^^*I^^^B^^^I^^^I^^^^^^%I^^^ SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY DECEMBER 10-11-12 Oh, what fun! The happy... song-filled holiday entertainment that's a/most too good to be true! 1 CINEMASCOPE-COLOR by DELUXE satsmssssramtt 2 Complete Shows Each Evening Algona Theatre MEAN MR. PRUNE He'll say Happy Happy Halloween and Happy Ground Hog's Day... but he won't say Merry Christmas! ROSSANO BRAZZI MR. WHIPPLE He wants to help by getting Santa a job in a department store working as a you-know-what! PAUL TRIPP MRS. SANTA She keeps forgetting that woman's place is in the home...not the chimney! LYDIA BRAZZI SANTA CLAUS Mr. Prune's going to toss him out on his sleigh-bells-cause he's behind in the rent on the North Pole! ALBERTO RABAGLIATI JONATHAN, tki His fatal mistake in the ledger put Santa in the red-face! MISCHA' AUER Mi. HUM He n««dc4 1 mm in the (»y department... but Sjnta h*J n« SONNY FOX ADULTS - $1,00 - CHILDREN (under 15) .
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