The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1954 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 14, 1954
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, UPP E R. P E 5 /V> 0 |" k E..S oevc Four Corners Club ~ Corners Club met M De< V,, 9 ' at *e -home Mrs Vern Walker. Members are asked to bring toys, in good condition, to the homes of either Mrs John Sabin or Mrs Russell Walker, who are In charge of tho project, before Dec. 18. COMING SUNDAY! MARK TWAIN'S In Color By Teohnicplof Released thru UNITED (WTISTS PLUS 2nd HIT! The Famous Harlem Globe Trotters •/ • and' • ' it/DANE CLARK,; :-:t.,A 'GO, MAN, GO' Ferden-Peck Nuptials , On Sunday t Dec. 5, at'2:00 p.m. m the First Methodist Church, Priscilla Ann Ferden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer Ferden of West Bend, was united in marriage with Ronald Peck, son of Mr and Mrs Harvey'Peck of Algona. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Harry E Whyte. The bride wore a turquoise crepe street-length dress with navy accessories, and carried a Colonial bouquet. She was attended by Fern Habeger of Humboldt. Warren Ferden, brother of the bride, was best man. Following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained the bridal party and close relatives at their home. The five o'clock dinner was served by Mrs Fred Habeger of Hurt and Mrs Duane Wilcox of. Humboldt. The young couple are at home on an acreage at Algona. The bridegroom is employed by the Merryman Construction company. Donna BormanV To Wed Donna Mae Hermanns daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann of Livermore, and Gordon Hilbert, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Hilbert'of LuVerne, will be.mar- ried Jan, 4 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at St. Joe. Father Schumacher will officiate. A reception will follow the wedding ceremony, at the home of the bride's parents. The young couple will make their home on a farm near Corwith. "Miss Bormann is a 1954 graduate of St. Joseph's Academy, and Gordon has been farming with his father. Degree Of Honor Members of the Degree of Honor. Carnation. Club and the husbands met last'week Monday evening for a pot-luck.. turkey dinner and Christmas party. The secret sisters exchanged Christmas gifts and their identity was revealed. Christmas carols were sung, Wayne WilliaYns, son of Mrs George Larson played the piano and the remainder of the evening was spent at Bingo. Coffee and cookies were served at the close of the evening. Timmie Clark,~S Timmie, five year old son ot Mr and Mrs Homer Clark was given a party Nov. 27 by his mother. Due to juvenile sicknesses Ronnie Mittag was the only child ( able to be present. The little folk attended a show with the honoree's brother:; Niki and John and lunch was. served at the home. f( JU JMctose Dinner;;-* -, /j t. .' Mi"dnd Mrs Don'Kajewski and Mr and Mrs M. H. Fain attended a Moose dinner at Fort Dodge last week Sunday. .Tuesday, December 14, 1954 Afgona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-3 MATINEES DAILY - REGULAR PRICES NOW THRU WEDNESDAY FLAMING PASSIONS AND VIOLENCE IN ALL HAIL M-G-M'S DRAMATIC MASTERPIECE OF WILLIAM, SHAKESPEARE'S JULIUS. CAESAR Starring MARLON BRANDO at MARK ANTONY JAMES MASON at BRUTUS JOHN GIELGUD a* CASSIUS LOUIS CALHERN at JUUUS CAESAR EDMOND O'BRIEN at CASCA and GREER GARSON otCAlPURHIA DEBORAH KERR ai PORTIA AN M-G.M PICTURE THRIll to traitors and heroes... killings and conspkodcJ.., M power gnd glory of an infamous empire I I Blood-feuds... spectacle... golden-haired beauties In a pagan land I I Ruthless men and their goddess-like women in a sin-swept era I M • ENJOY THE DRAMATIC HIGHLIGHTS IN THE M-Q-M RECORDS ALBUM! •••• Directed by Produced by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ • JOHN HOUSEMAN FRIDAY "JESSE JAMES vs. THE DALTONS" SATURDAY Dennis O'Keefe "DRUMS OF TAHITI" "WHITE CHRISTMAS" STARTS FRIDAY — DK. 24 Airman On Leave A/2C Dennis W. Lieb, son of Mr and Mrs R. E.. Lieb, arrived home Thursday evening, Dec. 9. He has been stationed at Keesler Aif Force Base, Bildxi, Miss., for the past year. Following a 45 day furlough here, he will report to Camp Kilmer, New Jersey, from where he will disembark for three years service with the air force In England. Pat Obrecht Wed Patricia Obrecht, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht, was married to Herbert Hensley of Algdna, in a ceremony performed by Justice of the Peace Delia Welter on Nov. 24. Mr Hensley is a rural mail carrier, and the young couple are making their home in an apartment above the Kirk Shoe Store. Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Soren Didrik^en who live near Sexton will observe their fiftieth wedding anniversary Christmas eve and In honor of the, Golden wedding open house will be held Sunday, Dec. 19 from 2 to 5 o'clock at the home of their nephew and his wife Mr and Mrs Anton Didriksen, 522 South Jones street. A cordial invitation is extended to friends of the couple. Attend Reception Mrs William Baker and her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs'Hai;old Presthus of Bancroft and Mr: and Mrs John Schultz of Irvihgton attended the wedding Tuesday, Dec. 7 of Sgt. Robert Lauritzen to Mary Ellen Johnson in the Holy Family Catholic .church at Mason City. The bridegroom is a nephew of Mr Baker. .,' Entertains At Cards Mrs Carl .Morck Jr. entertained the members of her bridge club Thursday. High and second high score prizes were won by Mrs Bob LaBarre and Mrs Craig Smith. / C.D.A. Xmas Parly Members-of the C. D. of A. are having a Christmas party at the VFW hall Monday evening, Dec. 20 at eight o'clock. There will be an exchange of gifts, the price limited to fifty cepts. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT THE MOOSE LODGE OFALGONA Presents a FREE Christmas- Show For All Children of Kossufh County! A Children's Film Library HitI "BUTCH" JENKINS in "BOYS' RANCH" ALSO TWO CARTOONS SAT., DEC. 18 — 10:00 A. (No Tickets Necessary) CONTINUOUS DECEMBER 16 FROM 1 P. M. Christmas Theatre Parly HERE'S A WONDERFUL FEELING, /ABOUT THIS PICTURE! It'slf utory-with-a-heart about a teacher (like . the one you've never forgotten) a teacher that all the kids loved. ..because she loved them all I Fine Family Entertainment From M-G-MI M-O-M presenti GREER GARSON ROBERT RYAN In HER TWELVE MEN *» BARBARA LAWRENCE*JAMES ARNESS'REX THOMPSON TIM CONSIDINE • to«> my by WILLIAM urns IDd UUM I HOBSON . Ft» i Slao by tub, Bite PtoUciplnd ii ANSCO COLOI « Prill to TECHNICOIU BtiS irtflBERI I lEONAWirSr JOHN HOUSEMAN, h 11*11 now, ADMISSION BY MERCHANTS TICKETS ONLY! Tickets Available FREE at; Algona Floor Service Algona Refrigeration Ben Franklin Store Barry's Recreation ^ The Chrischilles Store Clayton & Rusk Cowan Bldg. Supply Elk Cleaners Fi?m's Bakery Gene's Radio & TV Viking Oil Co. Foster Furniture Hall-Strahorn Hardware Iowa State Bank Kovsuth Radio & Electric Kirk's Shoe Store Miller'.; Steel Bldg. F. 'S. Norton & Son Ray's Jack Sprat Food Store Rapid Thertnogas Co. Rovn's Variety Store Russ & Ky's Super Service Sorensen Grocery Vivian's Floral & Gift Shop Sharp's Jewelry North la. Sewing Machine Co. Shill's Brownbilt Shoe Store \ (No tickets sold at theatre) Christmas Shoppers, Attention aliams CHRISTMAS \i Nylon Dusters And many other fabrics besides, including smart dusters in san- i : forized flannel and soft baby ; f * ... „ • ^— _ * 5.98 chenille. Every woman ; ' : wants a new duster __ Gift'Kerchiefs Graham's has one of its all-time biggest hanky selections this Christmas. All types and many with Swiss type QC *» detailing &VV up ;$*»^J!8i!«*^^ I Boxed Towel Set i Low cost gift that is always, al- , ways welcome. New decorator '' colors with stunning new ap- I l plique patterns. Wash cloth to ] 1 ---- __ li match towel up £ i' New Head Scarves Tuck a flashing new head scarf in one of her regular gifts . . . these come in the large size, solid colors and TQf* >' splashy prints I v w .^•csfrss*,** it: \ I \ | i it. jr«aijrBi*os^sr^«S^ up Gay Lunch Cloths Boxed luncheon cloths from Sim- tex — in the gayest of new prints and also rich woven-patterns. Sizes 54x54 & 54x72 A All ; f= Nicely boxed Iii3O up ?^.^:ti[^^<s?<j[^e»t[&<tr l .1 | i if, Holeproof Nylons Very sheer, proprotioned sizes for while Holeproof is noted, & blended to each woman's tastes. ,,51 gauge sheer. Lovely 4 CA i f gift box for 3 pr. $4.25 I «U V ' f ' J i;»«»!WSr«iS*«i!^^ HUNDREDS OF WONDERFUL IN GRAHAM'S DOWNSTAIRS STORE Sig Toys . . . LiJtls Toys . . . Dslls of Al! Kinds . . . Wheel Toys . . . Farm Toys . '. . Games, Puzzles . . . Everything! And All At Welcome Graham Low /Prices! Gay Scatter Rugs Long-wearing, deep piled throw rugs all with rubberized non-slip backs. A splendid selection of the newest "decorator" colors. So nice for hallways •§ ( • •< and in the bedroom up Ladies' Blouses New miracle Dacrons in pastel colors and whites and saucy new prints. Frothy nylon blouses and rich wool perseys, top. Also, of course, famous A { Ship n' Shore £•< up ^^ Iciclfes' Gift Gloves \ A big Graham selection of gift gloves in rich leathers, suedes, , and nylons. In the season's latest j contrast colors, also snowy ii white and &4 j pastels V" U P Lorraine 77 Gowns j The famous label "Lorraine" means everything to her. Rayon jersey gowns, tailored or frilly with lace. In the loveliest of new pastel 4 AO shades l»vO up I •a»$rm<i!$«!%«VSra^^ B*<jrW*«W^«iSfri^^ 'Snowdon" Slips "Snowdon" slips, smartly tailored of shining, lustrous rayon crepe ... a top quality wanted gift for any woman. In plain or lace-trimmed styles *IW!i(W*r«Wir»W«J^^ Ladies' Sweaters Fashioned by famous LAMPL of fine zephyr-soft wools, kitten- soft Orion, luxurious blends of nylon vicara. Slip-ons and cardigans. O QQ Plattering colors OivO up SOMETHING NEW AT GRAHAM'S California Pottery & Figurine Selections A Tremendous Selection of Lovely "Hostess" Gifts at Modest Low Prices Direct from California and other famous pottery centers we bring you a selection of pieces so large it overflows from our upstairs into our downstairs store . . . with such a varied collection of items you even have fun browsing through them! Lazy Susans in the newest pottery types, with individual servers. Small to huge ash trays ... all kinds of berry and dessert servers . . . stunning gay figurines for the kitchen shelf ... at prices of all sorts. Come and see what awaits you now in Pottery at Graham's. Short Shots On Big Gifts FROM OUR CHILDREN'S DEPT. GIRLS' KNITTED CLIP HATS 1.98 up CHILDREN'S GLOVES and MITTENS 98 up GIRLS' NEW HOLIDAY BLOUSES '- 1.98 up EXCITING GIRLS' HOLIDAY FROCKS ___ 2.98 up GIRLS' GOWNS and PAJAMAS 2.98 HANES SUEDE-KNIT SKI-JAMAS •-.. 2.95 GIRLS' TRIMMED RAYON PANTIES 49c up GIRLS' NYLON GIFT SWEATERS 2.98 up BOYS' FLANNEL SPORT SHIRTS 1.49 up BOYS' GABARDINE SPORT SHIRTS 2.98 BOYS' "AIR FORCE" STYLE JACKETS __ 8.98 up BOYS' DRESS PANTS, priced only 2.98 Here's An Idea! Give A Graham GIFT CERTIFICATE can be given in any amount . . . let's the recipient do her own shopping! Just ask any salesperson at Graham's. CHRISTMAS costs less at GRAHAM'S .H i •vr

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