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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
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V nd Ori Nutte Panel l Well'endorf, daughter of yA Wellendorf, , ftUlise at Ibw£ > school-- of- nursing at S 'r, wa , s a P ar «cipaht in at Drake U career day, 26. Carmen plans to spend the Weekend here with her parents, SPECIAL "SCHOOL'S OUT" MATINEE FRIDAY-2P.M. IN BEAUTIFUL TECHNICOLOR THE FAMOUS ... ~DOG LASSIE in "CHALLENGE TO LASSIE" 5 - PLUS , Color Cartoons Brave Cold To Enjoy Lions Halloween Brave kids arid brave adults too, defied freezihg' temperatures Saturday night t<j take part in the annual 'Lions .club Halloween party for children held at the Athletic Park. Every entry received' a prize, and if some of the names listed below as winners, are wrong, or incorrectly .spelled, or accidentally omitted, it.'is unintentional. Considering the weather, and that all of-the,-youngsters .were wearing masks', Ihe cdmmitteea had some difficulty, in understand- irfg the names. The top awards went to the following, so far as the information could be tallied: , Pre-School & Kindergarten Cowgirls—Sandy Hariris, Nell Smith and Signa ^Spencer. Clowns—Bruce, Marshall, Steve Boyle and Roger B'arr. Ghosts—Craig Dean , Taylor, Brian LaBarre, Dave Skilling, Linda Martin. Hobos—Tim, Boekelman, Dave George, LuAnne Leek. " ' (Animals — Phyllis Moiilton, Donna Guzowski,' Mary vParrott, Carrie Long. \ •'•. Miscellaneous — Becky Marshall, Janet Gillingham, Linda King, Kathleen Kelly, Warren Pfeffer, Ruth Cassel, TOmrrty Ristau, Virginia Klein, Betty Hopkins, Mary Lou Swartz, Debby Loss, Nicky Ristau. 1st,'2nd, 3rd Grades Hobos—Dwight , Bobby — NOW- THRU WEDNESDAY A Million Years of Civilization . Stripped Away! Fang and claw/ two women fight for one'the jungle called Broadway! PAUL DOUGLAS GlJSASONandinifodudng- Produced b' PATDUGGJ Directed b' IRVING RAP1 PAT GROWLEY PLUS CARTOON IN COLOR AND SPORTS SHORTS ALOONA4, ONLY CINEMASCOPE COULD HEIGHTEN THE TENSE EXCITEMENT OF THE TWO-YEAR BEST-SELLER SENSATION! WARNER BROS. WILLIAM A. WELLMAN'S COMING SUNDAY SQUNP JOHN CLAiRfc LARAINE ROBERT, JAYNE TREVOR r l}l^ : • SIAGK JAN PHIL 'ROBERT DAVID . • STERLING HARRIS NEWTON BRIAN Smith, Mike Boekelman. ! Animals—Garry Taylor, Roselle Wihkel, Marilyn Miller. . Cdwgh'ls & Cowboys—Barbara .Wicks, Roy Duncan, Mary Bray. Glbwris — Robert Dreesman^ Gale Phillips, Rarrtoria Lawson. Ghosts -•->- Tommy Hutchifts, Conrad Graham, Patty Dennis. Miscellaneous — Tommy, Hut- chinsbri, Sally Swartz, Greg Duncan* ' : , 4th, Sfh, 6th Grades Hobos — Patty Priebe, Barbara Clark. , ' Animals—Judith- Ukena. , Clowns—Connie Metzger, Miscellaneous—Henrietta Cunningham, Linda Tague, Rosemary Medin, Carla 'Haase. Ghosts—Judy Funfahr, Darwin Ldek, Susafme* Elbert. • , Seventh & Up Indians—Patty. Petersort, Riclv ard Hutchins, Ruth Van Bureri, David Reid. . • ,, , Clowns "— Gleneth Williams, Charles 'Streit, Suzan • Wibb'en, Jerome Deines. ' ' < Hobos—Larry Klein, Harlari Pepper, Jim Parsons, Jack Vipond, Larry Bonette, Wm. Specht. t Miscellaneous—Mike Brayton, Gerald Bunkofske, JUdyi Mittag, Francey Zeigler and Sharon Smith. 2250 Members, F-Bureau Gene Hoenk Is Honored, SUI ,' : Kossuth Board of Directors met,! Oct. 25 at the Farm Bureau office, heard the membership committee re-" port, and discussed feasability of a local Soil Testing unit. President Lester 'Eden' appointed 'Don Boe'ver, ' Harry; Naffzigef and Irwin Banwart to check on the problems and advantages of starting a Soil Testing unit. . Discussion centered- around initial cost of equipment, method of paying for, -it '.and- .advantages of rapid service 'tp> local farmers. .'.Initial inquiries? have gone out regard- ingtthe,plan. Swen Larson, membership committee Chairman, reported that the county goal this year will be 2250 Farm Bureau members. Larson said a new-member drive will be held in Noveni- ber because new members ^are' vital to the success of the organization. - Township captains ' are to be selected before Nov. 8. A hell box is a printer's waste bin, used for damaged type, ( etc. Bernard Eugene Hoenjc of Algona is pictured above as hehve being. honored, (at the St|ate Urn Vefisity' of; Iowa -where he - Was initiated'into the freshman honorary society, Phi Eta Sigma Offering congratulations -is Paul Hagenson, president of the SUI chapter of the fraternity, whose membership is based on scholar-, ship during the frehman year. A minimum average of 3.5 for. at least; orte semester'is required for membership. Bernard is a son'of-Mr and Mrs H. L. Hoenk of Aigona. Organ Concert Here Nov. 7th St. Cecelia's Church will present Lyle Knight in a program of organ music 1 on "Sunday evening, November 7 at 8 o'clock. Mr 'Kriight will; be assisted by Mr. D'.'-H. Carver, Tenor.t Mrs E. C. McMahoh, Soprano and Mrs Carl Vohs, violinist.' ' A cordial -invitation is extended to all who would enjoy this musical'treat.. There will be no admission .charge. . , . Tuesday, Ndvembef % 1054 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mofnes-3 m ,,,„ .4 *.»'?>: rii' f! .. .?-'',-':: 7 YOUR HEADQUARTERS ].:, . FOR COMPIETE * '. • ' • . '-. i * ? k t i , j ; Photo Movie Equipment ;iMl If you like taking pictures, or are a home movie fan, we cordially invite you now to see what we believe is one 1 of the largest and most complete stocks ' of this equipment fn our >area. Notice our window display -r- extensive as it is, this is only a part of all we have lo offer in photographic and movie equipment. The most famous brand names are featured, too. We invite you lo browse! All Sizes Movie Screens Flash Bulbs and Flash Bulb Outfits Complete Photographic Sets . / Best Makes Candid Cameras Movie and Regular Film Camera Kits and Supplies ' Special Offer Now On MOVIE PROJECTOR REELS ' 200 Ft. 8 MM, Can and Reel, Regularly $1.10 -— 400 Fi. 8 MM, Can and Reel, I I A Regularly $1.49 •„_ 111 5» 400 Ft. 16 MM, Can and Reel I I Q Regularly $1.49 111 » Masquerade and Fun Night Held At Burt, Oct. 30 Burt — Corrimunity Fun Nite and Masquerade Dance given in the Legion Hall Saturday evening was well attended. Prizes tor costumes .wece .awarded to Gary Lee Davis, 1st; John Patterson, 2nd; LeRoy Davis, 3rd; and honorable mention went to, Mi- arid Mrs Raymond Westling, Mrs Wayne Droen and Mrs Ervin Ulses. Judges were Mrs Jake Sniith, E, C, S*Hwietert, arid Mrs August Bernau. The following furnished music for the dancing; Wallace Hawcott, Dale Lockwood, George Menu's iwitty SheryJ Smith and; Je"an> Spityvbt the .piano. Second >R6ai 'Hortie '• ' •: ' Mrs, Effie Curtis^, \yjio has own- ted arid Operated a rest home in Burt the past four years, recently opened a second, rest home in thB' south part of town, having purchased the former Grover house for this -purpose,. At this writing there are 8 patients at the Maple Leaf home which js managed by Mrs Charles Curtis and Mrs Hiram Ackerman. They are •Mtf fend 'Mis- Frank? Hagen of Ti- forika;| John.:• Heetlarid, Lakota; Carl Newrrian and Ernest; Newman of Whittemore; Paul Friberg, Wesley; Alex Gillingham, Aigona and J. G. McDonald of Burt. Patients at the Curtis Rest Home are Martha Pederson, Ai- gona;, Mrs Anna Bergman and Lloyd Dixo'n of Bancroft and Carl Whitson of Minnesota. '' Mrs 'Elsie Uloyd of Bancroft'is assisting Mrs Effie Curtis here. Dies In Dakota Mrs F. L.'Pratt received word "fybrh -Mrs Emma Mllen, .Mitchell, S. D.; 'of rthe death of, Mrs Ruth Carr Gerhard of Plankington, S.-D. who passed'away at a Mitchell hospital. Mrs Gerhard, a daughter of J. B. Carr, was a sister of Allen Carr and will be remembered by Burt people as Wyell as by friends,, in Bancroft arid Aigona. !• i •! r « • .Third Rest Home Open House was held Sunday afternoon, Oct. 31, at "Wilfair Haven'.', a home for the elderly, under the management of Mrs Wilma Fairbanks. This ' is the former Fairbanks house' and has been newly furnished as to the bedrooms, with 12 beds ready for occupancy. Meals will be served family style in the pleasant dining room. Some 10.0.relatives and friends called in the after- noonuncluding Mrs,Merta'Wall- ace and Marie? Grovjer of.'Aigona and Ray Grovef ' of Richmond, California. ..... , , Mrs F. L. Pratt ,went to Iowa .City last week to visit an uncle N. E. Johnson who is a patient at •tb,e University hospital. She took jhjlr -jmiif •'Mrj ( Jcfeson to her home in Cherokee before returning to Burt. . Mrs Julia Warne who spent the past 'two weeks with a daughter n Minnesota returned to the Har- Id Hobson home Sunday. The laughter and family moved recently and are living near Det- oit Lakes. Mrs Warne was called by illness. Mr and Mrs Ralph Steward uvere at the Walter Stewards Monday afternoon. The former Stewards are visiting relatives also at Austin, Minn, ^nd plan o return . to their f home in Alaska at the completion of their visit. Mr and Mrs Ray Ihnen are parents of a daughter born to :hem Monday, Nov. 1. They have wo small sons. Mr Ihnen is an nstructor in the Burt school. Roger Steward, with the U.S. Na'vy-and aboard the USS Boxer called his parents the Walter Stewards Sunday, that he is now n San Francisco, after another our of duty to far eastern ports. A sirocco is a hot, dry wind off the Mediterranean. Wallburg Texaco Grand Opening Wallburg's Texaco Service is staging a four-day grand opening starting Wednesday and continuing through Saturday this/week in celebration of their nevv service station building located just west of Van's Cafe at the Junction of highways 18 and 169 north of Aigona. Gene Mueller, manager, is offering five wonderful prizes in conjunction with the event and free gifts to the kids, plus coffee and doughnuts on Saturday only. Full details of this event can be found elsewhere in an advertisement in today's Aigona Upper Des Moines. Mr Mueller has operated Wallburg's Texaco Service almost four years.' He's a native of Kossuth county, being born and noised in •the Whittemore community. Gene served four years in the army during World War II, three years of which were spent overseas in the Pacific theatre. Upon his return home he was employed by the Whittemore Coop. Elevator five years until he leased Wallburg's. Plum Creek Club The Plum Creek Homemakers met Oct. 27 at the home of Ardeen Sampson with Helen Miller, Viola Kain and Lois Larson as assisting hostesses. A program on international relation's was given by-Marjorie-Bode. Doris Keith gave -.a lesson .:on'textile painting. Thd next meeting will be held 'at the h . community room on Nov. 17 with Florence Kain as hostess!, '. * • ' . •; ) r BIG JEWELRY SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED AT CLAYTON & RUSK Watches Rings Mghters • Diamonds • Rhinestones • Compacts We want you tp know that we have just received and just now unpacked a tremendous assortment of new jewelry items, as listed above. This is a splendid opportunity to do some early gilt shopping. Use our lay-away plant CLAYTON & RUSK the Aigona. Upper Des Moines reaches mort families In Kossuth county, than; any ; other \ puolication, weekly, monthly of 'daily* Thursday •- 3 Days These Used Cars Must Be Sold Now Our Prices Are ROCK BOTTOM - We Can't Go Any Lower! , 52 PONTIAC 8 4 door, Deluxe, very clean 52 PONTIAC 8 2 door Deluxe 52 CADILLAC 4 door sedan, low mileage, like new 50 PONTIAC 8 4 door Deluxe 49 PONTIAC 6 2 door Deluxe 51 PACKARD 4 door, very clean, new tires 49 FORD 2 door 49 PLYMOUTH 48 CHEVROLET convertible, clean, with, new rear tires 47 PONTIAC 6 2 door Deluxe - 47 DE SOTO 4 door 46 PLYMOUTH 46 CHEVROLET 2 door -— 41 PLYMOUTH $1295 $1250 $750 . $575 $995 $375 . $325 . $375 . $295 $345 . $245 . $245 39 BUICK * * * Aigona Implement PONTIAC - CADILLAC DEALER PHONE 52 / ' 1407 COMMERCIAL ST. Mow Big News In NNIVERSARY NYLON HAIR BRUSHES Unheard of at this price! Silvery plastic handled hair brushes with stiff quality bristles of nylon. Buy several for gift-giving! Different colors. ^^m ^^g ^^MM LADIES' BRASSIERES Values in this group of brassieres up to $2.98 — yours for 59c or two for a dollar tomorrow! Colton or satin in white or pink. 2 PART - WOOL SNUGG1ES Warm snuggies for the nippy days ahead' — also at the same price we're offering undershirts, cotton or wool panties. Values to $1.29. 2 $1 STRETCH GIRDLES You'd never, never expecl to find quality ' garments — two-way stretch girdles — at Ihis remark .ably low price! They are actual values to $2.98. SPECIAL PRICE ON SPECIAL GROUP! _ i_L VALUES TO $49.95 LADIES' RAYON PANTIES Tomorrow we're putting out these rayon pantiets at a price that should sell -them out in a hurry! Come early for yours. Sizes small to XXX. FOR CLOSE-OUT ON BLOUSES Odds and ends of blouses left from past few days selling — put out in one smashing value group at 88c. Values here to $3.95. CLOSE-OUT ON SLIPS Another zipping value feature — come and get these early! Ladies' slips in broken sizes, regular $1.98 values, going in Fowlers Anniversary at this price. CLOSE-OUT ON SKIRTS About a dozen skirts left in this assortment — so we're going to give them to you practically as gifts. Broken sizes. Values lo $4.95. ONE LARGE RACK DRESSES 'VALUES TO $17.95 i J ...,*•••-ft.-? , *-.A'V" 'tfT*.,,/

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