The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1954 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1954
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LOCALS Mrs Edna Hu, was' taken 16 n&i *« hos P 1 J a J Saturday for observation and treatment. The exact nature x of her ailment ha! not been determined. • • MMt Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt ' and the respective families were din- nerguests a week ago Sunday of Mrs Sigsbee at BUrt. far and Mrs B. E» Funfar* and Judy drove to Glenville, Minn week Sunday and fro'mTe?e to Albert Lea to see Mr ' £ ath <? f 5" Funfar whd the hospital there. 'Mrs Affn Hail, mother o£ Mi's Fur!far,! is spending the winter at St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs Leona neae her parents and brother and sis ter-ih4aw Mr and Mrs Irvin Ethenngton and Mr arid Mi's Dan Etherington at dinner last week Sunday. . . . . M* and Mr* 366 pdwn'ef wfeie visited last week b$ the former's" brother-in^law. and sister. Mr arid Mrs H. R. Blegeft of McGregor, Minn., who were enroute home from .Kansas City. * -V . .Thanksgiving dihttei .guests 6± Mrs Eva Dei m and: Mary ; Bieser fefe their brotHer-in-lawjattd sis- tec.Mr ^nd Mrs If. R, Horn68.ckle, qf Spencer' and : MrstJ)fery Kramer of Whittertiore. '..\{ . 11' Mr and Mrs Erriie Georg are carirtg for their nephew Stanley £Hl e - Jr., While ,bls .mtfheKis •hospitalised' at Mansorf fdlldwlhfe the recent birth of another, son who \has been named SUNDAY and MONDAY LAST THE INTERNATIONALLY" ACCAIMED BEST-SELLER IS ON THE • SCREEN IN GNEMASCOP£ 20th Century-Fox present! *v Color by DElUXI MARLON BRANDO-JEAN SIMMONS MERLE OBERON • MICHAEL RENNIE • 'itn CAMEfcON MITCHELL . ELliAfiETH SEILARS • • • • tVELVN»AROEN. JOHN P HOVT !• , ', '•;'•! ALCON/U COMING TUESDAY V WEDNESDAY - DEp. 14-15 JULIUS CAESAR 1 SCHOOL MATINEES EACH DAY -2 P. M. Your n*w "Convey" wilt koep yew cozy en chilly day*. N'» wind and •, water-reilitant poplin - l|n*d with quilted flannel, Detachable hood U quilt-lined tool Harne«* (nap front, Bright red or navy. < , Sliei 10 l« 20.. IN YOUR 5HEARLING-LINIO "YUKON" 9 95 Hlqb-Fathlon 4< a Parl» creation , Varm and practical, too! Th» ''up-or-down" cuff or fur-Ilk* Dyne I won't mat. Eotyte-care-fo* elk tanned leather with non-»l|p^ crap* »ole«. Wear '»m without *hef|l Red, gr*y or black. $Ue* 4*9 10, AA to B. ,j M* and Mrs. Leonard were visited over a teceftt.week- end by their daughter Rita, a stu- aehf af'tHi 'Ibwa' State college •AtrieS. ';-'• '• " * :. : •. ' . .-. , Mt, ,aBd M*8 ^dwaicdv (Sreeh We^e gaests Surtday 6f the fofm- *'S brqther'ihrla^ and "sister/Mi 1 a|id 1MW ' Keith ShepHer'd a"t Hampton. ; Y 1 . 7 Mr dftdfMM Mel Griffitt had ithe latter'is' broOier'in-law' and ,SiSter Mi- grid Mrs Willianl, Sam- hart ,o!>Salem, S. fi,,. as' redeht guests lior^ few days., :•..-•• . Mr. and Mrs Joe Brpdley and family.spent irofti Wednesday till Sunday 1 at DeS Molds'. - Soe transacted; business : arid the family visited relatives and friends. , Word has been received here of the transfer of; Mr and Mrs T. H. Vaughn, former Algonans, to Alma,, Mich., .from. Grinnell< Mr Vaughrt is employed by 'Swift & Co. there. Mrs Carrie Haase is being visited by her 'daughter Mrs J. Ham- »neh-,;of "New Orleans, La. She will be joined here, by her husband for Christmas and will return home with him after the holidays. Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson • of Cedar Falls spent the weekend here with the respective parents Mr and Mrs H. Stephenson" 'and Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser. Mr and Mrs E. J. Evers have returned from 'various points in Nebraska Where- the' former was on a "trouble sho*otirig" trip. He is now on a diesel installation job at Brooklyn.: Mi's Josephine Soulhgate, well known former resident here, had majo£ surgery last week and is a patient iW Community hospital, Long Beach. .She is mother of Mrs Qliv'e Herbst. Mr and Mrs James Gurwell and family have, returned from Chari- tbn-where they visited the Paul Fergusons, parents of Mrs Gurwell.. They .were gone from .a week ago Thursday till Sunday/ A Mr and Mrs Harvey Hath had as guests Friday and Saturday, Nov. 26 and 27 the latter's brother and 'sisters-in-law Mr and Mrs Gottlieb .Eichenberger and Freda Eichenberger of Sabitha, Kan. One day was spent at Swea City with Mr and Mrs Fred Rath, .where a family reupion'was held. •The Eichenberger family consisted of four girls and two boys and this is the first time the majority of them had been together in 46 years. A sister, Mrs Fernley Nolte was the only one not able to be- here. MM fern Bailey had fiftjor Surgery Monday at'Rochester, Minn, r -. • •. • Mr and Mrs Vincent Esser had Mr and Mrs Sayre Winkle of Cedar Ra_pids as recent gue'sts. Agnes Hose Elberi spent the Weekend, with the Gtrdon Sigs- bees and family, at the farm home. • Dennis, three year old son ot Mr,and Mfa Russell Ouster had an , operation Saturday for removal of adenoids. ; Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen spent >Siinday at Clear Lake with their Sonj-ift-law and daughter' Mr and Mrs Herbert Schram. Rebekah lodge will meet Tuesday evening, Dec. 14. for their regular business meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Moose hall.- Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie visited Mr and Mrs Tom Gillespie at Fort Dodge last week Monday. The men are brothers. Mr and Mrs John Grotte had as recent dinner guests Mr and Mrs G. O. Ukers of Webster City and Mr and Mrs John Baas. Mr and Mrs Herman Funk spent last week Sunday at Humboldt with their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Frederick Funk. 'Mr and Mrs Charles Fox had as holiday guests their son-in- law and daughter 'Mr and. Mrs Keith Campbell of Des Moines. A part of the time was spent a£ : Humboldt with Keith's parents Mr and Mrs John Campbell. Mrs Campbell, is the former Mary Alice Fo*. « Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser had their children home for. Thanksgiving, Jim, a student at the -Iowa University, Iowa City, Dick, a student at Cedar Falls. Katherine of Minneapolis. Minn., Irene of Owatonna, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Charles Schlievert and Barbara. Mr and'Mrs Arnold Elbert recently took their son "Arnie" to Omaha where he took the train for San Diego, Calif. His address is A. E. Elbert, F. A. 324- 6637-U.S.S. Knudsen - 101-A..D. C/O F.P.O. San Francisco, Calif. He was to be in the States a month after joining his ship and was then to be shipped out. Mrs Ralph Donovan went to Worthingtoh, Minn., Friday and remained for a few 'days visit with her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs ,Jack Wittern. The Donovans had been there for Thanksgiving and brought the grandson Mike home/with them. He accompanied his grandmother back to Worthington. •m~te from KOHLHAAS HARDWARE ! f< \i ||K Radios I* Hair Dryers •K Steak Knife Sets -K Glasses * Hot Plates -K Mixi'g Bowl Sets •K Ash Tray Sets •K Bath Mats -K Cake Plates •K Spice Sets * Electric Heaters •K Ovenware •K Coffee Servers HK Serving Dishes •K Juicers •K Can Openers Are Sure To Please! The couniers and shelves at Kohlhaas Hardware are loaded and crammed with bright and welcome gifts of all kinds . . . We are here and 'ready to give you "service with a smile,"'and to aid you in the selection of just the gifts you want. So bend your steps to Kohlhaas Hardware, where you'll find just lots and lots of gift ideas at modest prices! T i Big Stock T-O-Y-S yK Coaster Sets •K Centerpieces •K Lamps •K Knife Sharpen'rs •-K Cutlery Sets •K Pressure Cook'rs •K Lazy Susans •K Percolators * Pocket Knives •K Serving Tables •H Trays •¥• Casseroles * Clocks •K Clothes Hamp'rs -K Dinnerwqre •K Bathroom Scales For the Man In Ypur Life, Give: •K Tackle Boxes •¥• Rods and Reels •K Power Tools * Guns •K Electric Lanterns * Thermos Kits Kohlhaas Hardware ED and PAT CUUEN Mrs Kenneth Gellenfetd spent from Wednesday till Saturday at Iowa City having a check-up at the University hospital. .Mrs Eva Deim and Maty Bieser had as dinner guests last week ; Sunday Mr and'Mrs Alfrpd Cellar and son Michael of Bode. t Ed Hagg has been home from his place of business, the Algona Machine shop, the past week while having.a seige of flu. Mr and Mrs M. H, Fain and daughter Joan and Jane Hicks were guests Tuesday of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hickey at Emmetsburg. Mrs Rose Potter is leaving, Dee. 10 for Los Angeles, Calif., and will spend the winter with her fton-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs O. ( S. Norstedt. Mr and Mrs John Buscher entertained the respective parents Mr and Mrs Joe Buscher and Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney of Burt at Thanksgiving dinner, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris and family were at Minneapolis, Minn., recently guests of the former's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs E. P. Johnsoh. Other guests were the parents Mr and Mrs R. K. Ferris of Mason City. Tuesday, December 7, 1954 Algona (lo.) Upper Des Mohes-9 Bernard Wilson, brother of Mrs Vaughan Rising, is returning to Greenland, Jan. 15 and will be employed at an air base. Dick Fraser, Floyd Huftell, Dorothy Hagg and Carol .Collins, all students at the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with their parents. Mr and Mrs James Egli, Cheryl and Caroline drove to Manson a week ago Sunday to spend th\ day with the former's mother Mrs Abner Egli who is leaving for California to be with a daughter for the winter. Cpl. Howard Bormann, son of the Peter Bormanns of Livermore, has returned home after two years in the army, eleven months of which he spent in Korea. He will resume farming with his father. Junior Cook has purchased the Stanley Muckey house on South Moore Sstreet and has rented it to Brian Hoagy who is employed at the Algona laundry. Mr and Mrs John Buscher attended the funeral services Wednesday «t Ruthven for the Int- tev's uncle Elmer Cnmpney, 80, who had been in poor health for some time. His wife, the former Ethel Corle. plans to spend the winter at Phoenix, Ariz., with her daughter Mary. Marguerite Dalziel will arrive here Dec. 12 from Corona Del Mar, Calif., and will be met at Boone by her mother Mrs Habel Lusby and brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins. She Will visit here till after the holidays and Mrs Lusby will return to California with her for the rest of the winter. THE PRESS RUN THIS ISSUE OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES IS 5,625 ALGONA THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY WARNER BROS,. PRESENT nunr i ADD as the Injun-Loverin DEL.MER DAVES' DRUM Fowlers Beauly Salon will help you look your exquisite best for the holidays! At Fowlers! Truly, it's a "WOMAN'S WORLD" of gifts at Fowlers! From our sparkling Christmas window displays on .State street to our bountifully-laden show cases, our store is this holiday season a veritable "Treasure House" of gifts for "her." A host of gay and glamorous gifts for your choosing . . . and as always at inexpensive Fowler prices! We have such a -variety of everything that you just have to come in and browse around ... for here at Fowlers this Christmas you'll find everything sparkling and glittering in lovely things to give a lady! "Her" gift will be received with ecstasy and treasured long when given in one of Fowlers dramatic Christmas gift boxes! — And on Fowlers second floor, you'll find a "CHILDREN'S WORLD" of gifts for the small fry! Here again, old Santa has dropped a huge and weighty pack of gifts, designed to please the youngsters on Christmas Day. All on one floor, all easily chosen by , ages, and all, too, at typical inexpensive Fowler prices. Make Fowlers your one stop Christmas shopping center — for gifts for the ladies and kiddies on your list!

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