The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1954 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1954
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6-Algona (Id.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, December 21, 1954 High School Art Exhibit Is Open Algona high school art students are ready for business. Preparations, including decoration of windows, halls, trophy cases and the art room, are Complete, and visitors may feel welcome to attend a showing of art objects, from three to five, Tuesday (today), and Wednesday afternoons. The exhibit will also be open before and after the,vocal music concert Wednesday evening. ' Miss Condon is in charge of the showing. Fear is a dark room where "negatives" are developed. Half Section Sold Whillerrtbre — In a deal made last week, the Henningaon half section farm three miles southwest of Whlttemore was sold to a Mr Xhrof West Bend, at $295.75 an acre. This farm has been tenanted by Curtis QuUm for over 20 years. Wins Courtesy Prize 'Mrs Mildred Carney, employee of the J. C. Penney store here, has" been awarded a first prize for her entry in a parent company contest on Vstore courtesy". Her prize was duplication of her Christmas bonus by the New York office of the J. C. Penney Co., it was announced by E. E. Cook, 'local manager. ALGONA^ NOW THROUGH THURSDAY ! — with ADDED SCOPE of WIDE SCREEN! DAVID O.SELZNICK The Producer Who Gave You "GONE WITH THE WIND" MEStNTS JENNIFER JONES GREGORY PECK-JOSEPH COHEN 1 UtNaBUIRTKORE-HDIBmHAKIUU-UUHNSISH wma mm • minis ucrao • m » CKI am Dimttd by KINO VIDOI «n SO PLUS CARTOON IN COLOR and NEWS OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOU ALGONA^ STARTS FRIDAY AT 2:00 O'CLOCK (Continuous Xmas and Sunday) ADMISSION Children 25c Juniors 60e Adults 75c (Reg. Mats. _ 60c) An Age Of Speed, German Girl Arriving Here finds Friday may be considered by many as art MAltteky .da but fdjf Mrs Lewis Ferguson and her friend Chrisfa Selde of WUerizburg, Germany, it was quite the oppbsite with th arrival here of Mrs Seidel, the women became acquainted when Miss Seidel Was stenographer at the post surgeon's office and Mrs Ferguson worked in the dispensary at Wuerlzbutg. It was there M*8 Ferguson met her husband and was mattied 16 him, late* accompanying him home to Algona when his service' had been completed! • Miss Seidel's parents and a younger sister comprise .he* family. She describes herself as "a red head" and is five feet, six inches tall. When ask'ed how she liked it here she replied enthusiastically "wonderful." Asked what impressed her most in the U. S. A., she said "Speed." Now that Can be taken several ways, the speed of travel, the speed she sees in auios, and the speed in which she obtained a job here. In a little under two hours after arrival on a train that didn t quite live up to "speed" for it was fwo hours late, she had been hired as stenographer at the Linnan & Lynch law office, to begin work Jan. 3.'And the speed with which she was called for an interview amazed her. "How do you gel to know these things so fast?" she asked. "I only got here yesterday afternoon." She was given "God speed" by, George Horton, brother- in-law of Mrs Horlense Ferguson, who lives at White Plains, N. Y. He mel her boat, saw her through the maze of New York's traffic and, placed her on the train for Iowa. For a time Miss Seidel will be. guest of Mr and Mrs Ferguson while she decides upon whether or not she will want an apartment or other arrangements. She is making application for citizenship papers. . Can Still Join Adult Classes The registration'date for adult iducation classes at the high ichool has been set back to Jan. The classes, to be held each Monday night from January 10 hrough March 14, will commence >ach of those nights at 7:30, ani ill offer participants a chance o take just about any subject hey are interested in. To date, inly 35- persons have signed up or the courses, and extension of he registration period from Dec. ;0 to Jan. 3 should expand the 'nrollment to proper size. Fifteen' different and varied ourses are being offered this _eason, with instruction offered 3y teachers of the high school acuity and other persons quali- ied for the task. Courses being offered, and the nstructors, are: Art—Miss Condon; Photography —Mr Deines and Mr Stephenson; Typing—Miss Soutter; Shortland —Miss Soutter; Industrial Arts— Vlr Martin; Vocal Music—Mr Carver; Literature—Mr DeMouth; Current Problems—Mr Palmer; 'rench—Mr .£hiquet; Elementary Aviation—Leighton Misbach, Steward Albright, Richard Burt; food—Mrs Robert Poush; Ceram- sc—Daisy Ellis; Cooking—Miss Comfort; Sewing—Miss Nutter; Athletics—Mr Martin, Mr King and Mr Guzowski. Anyone interested in registra- :ion or desiring further information may contact Mrs Robert Poush or the high school office. Ability and reliability make a good team. Meters Bring In $4540, 3 Months TotaLreceipts to date from Algona's parking meters, according to figures from City Clerk Ivy Scuffhan's office, amount to $3832, and this sum has been taken in during a period of less than three months. Tickets issued to violators, 3100 of them, since the'rflfeters Were installed; have accounted for another $708.70. Nearly 100 percent of violators who have received tickets have paid their fines since the installation was completed late in Sept. Bad Checks Get Four In Court Four cases involving bad checks were the chief items of business in Justice C. H. Ostwinkles court during the past week. D. J. Youngwirth, Mason City, was fined $5 and costs, Mrs Brenda Johnson was given 3*0 days in jail, Russell Gibson of Ledyard and M. C. Oakland of Algona, each were fined $1 with the fjne suspended, all on bad check charges. Wm. A. Marty, LuVerne, was fined $5 and costs for*an arterial stop violation. Suffers A Stroke Mr and Mrs Joe Bestenlehner of Algona returned from Phoenix, Ariz., last week, following a stroke suffered by Mrs Bestenle- hner. They came home by train as soon as she was able to travel. She is doing well now, but requires much rest. HOSPITALS Dee, l3«~-Stephen Ostrum, Al- goha, medical;/' Vernori Daley, Algona, medic?!. •Dee. 15 —' Smith, Burt, medical; .Robert Filer, Jr.. Burt, medical; Willard Zeigler, Algona, accident; Clarence Maeumbef, Algona, accident; Mrs Robert C. Kelley, Sexton, maternity; Mrs Henry Harms, west Bend, med* ical; Mark Will, Algona, medical. Dec. 16—Mrs Minerva Curtis, Burt, medical; Mrs Victor Youngwirth, Burt, girl, 7-5%; Carl D, Morck, Algona, wiedical; Mrs Wilbur Daley,'Corwlth, girl. Dec. 17—John W. Lichter, Algona, surgery. Dec. 19—L#nn McGee, Algona, medical; Mrs Anthony A. Thilges, Irvington, girl. Dec. 20 — Ardis Packard, Algona, T & A. , 2 Cars Damaged Car's driven by'Harold Kt. Goetsch.'Fenton, and Carl W. Morck, Algona, collided at the corner of McGregor and Dodge streets, Monday morning, with nobody injured, but property damage to each car. City police checked the mishap./ joins Marines Larry Lee Thorn, rural route one, Algona, has enlisted in the Marine Corps, Selective Service headquarters here was informed Monday. A New Warehouse The Miller Lumber Co. is completing a new warehouse at its yard location on Lantry street, to be used as storage for cement and" other building materials. Max Bartholomew has been in charge of construction. Air Reserve Meets The Algona unit of the U. S. Air Force Reserve will hold its regular meeting Thursday even-, ing at 8:00 p.m. at the American Legion hall. A, special program is planned, and all interested are urged to attend. Deb Hall is commander of the unit, with Dick Burt and Leighton Misbach assisting. , '..-^ Undergoes Surgery LuVerrie — Verlaine Johnson Who was under observation the past 'week at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, underwent surgery there Tuesday. Her cbndi- iion is reported as satisfactory. COUPONS NlET $806 The American Legion-Auxiliary rehabilitation program ' will receive over $800 as a result of, the unit's collection of coffee strips, it was repotted by Ann Clark who had charge of,the rehabilitation committee. , • Announcement was made Dec". NEW as tomorrow! THERE'S A REASON WHY More and More Folks Every Week Are Subscribing To . . . The Algona Upper Des Moines Ifs Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper Jll>i V R.C.Allen ^ i sOmalid. electric adding machJHr ^ ,«•;.•• " ;• • '•*•*. C. Altai's YISOMATIC electric adding machine is tfce BUY of the year ... no matter how you figure! Se»e» improved time-saving feature* PLUS the new, modern AUTO- TOTALER, make VisOmatk the- adding machine yo« can count oat Save time — Save money! 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Now 1.67 Craftsman Hand Printing Set Now 77c IRVING BERLINS HOLIDAY SONGS! •COUNT YOU mi SINGS INSTEAD OF imtp- YOU IHDHT co BIGHT BY w • M.TIK- ! 1HWGS HAPPtN WHILE YOUSt DAMC*tG 1ME DID MAN" • -WHIIE CHRlMMAV •WHAT CA.-I YOU DO WITH A ClHtRAi* •OU. I WlbM 1 WAS &AC1 W tMfc AR OltAPHf '. -MANDY" Color ly TECHNICOLOR PLUS A 3-STOOGES FEATURE A WALLOPING WOW OF A WESTERN I nitll DEAN JAGGER Lyitcj aiMJ Mii^e by IRVING BERLIN Produced by ROBERT EMMETT DOLAN Oiitcted by MICHAEL CURTIZ GOLD „ RAIDERS" Small Fry Slate and Peg Chest Now 77c Little Doctor Kits Now77c Wood Burning Sets Now 2.47 Tool Sets Now 77c Magic Slate use Crayons or Chalk Now 77c Spelling and Counting Board Now 77c Dances and Musical Numbers Staged by RobeM AJIon • Written for the screen by NORMAN KRASNA, NORMAN PANAMA and MELVIN FRANK • A PARAMOUNT PICTURE COCA-COLA TRUCKS .„.„. 1.67 FREIGHT VANS 1.97 FARMYARD SET 2.17 LARGE PIN BALL GAMES...1.67 BINGO GAME 77c PARCHEESI 77c LINCOLN LOGS,,... - U7 BALANCE of TOY Stock 20% OFF Bias, nut e£v«<:_- L JACK'S O. 1C. TIRE SERVICE Algona JUST RECEIVED! COMPLETE SHIPMENT SPORT SHIRTS U name ill We got ill.They just came— GABARDINES, — CORDUROYS — COTTONS — HAYONS — everything! In pink, charcoal, solids, deeptones, all other gifty colors! See 'em — you'll buy 'em I They're hotter than hot I Sizes 14 to* 17 »/2. 1.9 8 TO 3.95 3-year ULTRA-SONIG Most progressive advancement in Horological Construction 17-Jewel Shock Proof Water Proof Dust Proof Anti Magnetic GUARANTEE WATIMPOO* up UNBREAKABLE BALANCE STAFF Jeweled Shock Resist Anti-Magnetic Watches Incl. Expansion Band Imported Leather Rich Fur-Lined GLOVES $3.95 Can't match .these anywhere at this price Men's Dress Tanker JACKETS Wool quilt lining, assorted colors. -Sizes 36 to 46 Boys' or Girls' PARKA COATS $8.95 Warmest thing out — and they'll wear for just years Men's BILLFOLDS $1.98 The $3.95 kind. Calfskin, goaisHin, Moroccan leathers. Neatly boxed TURTLE - NECK T-SHIRTS A Swell Gift Item! 1.44 Regularly $1.98. Sizes S, M, L. SURPLUS

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