The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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4-AI0ona (In.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, December 15, 1955 "We've gof that old Christmas feeling . . . and we v/ant to share it with YOU! Come in to either or both of our places, and REGISTER YOUR NAME! It's Christmas! Register at the John Deere Store FREE - 25 IBS, OF J.D.D. GREASE EVERY WEEK Every day that you are in Algona, register for a FREE pail of grease to be given away each week in December. GRAND PRIZE DEC. 31 - 15 GALS. JDD OIL. Register at Pontiac-Cadillac FREE -12 GREASE JOBS Register every day you are in Algona for 12 FREE grease jobs to be given away each Fri. in Dec, GRAND PRIZE DEC. 31 ... Wax Job. All names will be left in for Grand Prize Just Register —. Nothing To Buy •T • lAf'II 1 Ernie Willi Kossuth Couples Return From A Washington Visit St. Benedict—Mr ;ind Mrs Gco. Simons of Whittt.'inoro find Mr nnd Mrs George Rickc of Wesley returned recently from an enjoy- nbli! trip to Washington, D. C. The Simons' daughter, Patricia, is employed in the White House. The group visited the White House. When Patricia was free to do so. she took them sight- secinR. They visited Hob and Dean Kohlhaas, also another Kolilhaas brother. Bob and Dean guided them to various places of interest. On the way out they went by Lexington, Ky., and visited friends of the Ricke's. They drove on the new Turnpike while on their trip. The weather was so nice and pastures so JOHN DEERE STORE-On Diagonal Street PONTIAC-CADILLAC-On Courthouse Square Oscar Simons arrived back in the States two weeks ago. He had been in Japan. He plans on corning to visit friends and relatives in this vicinity in the spring. Mr and Mrs George Boeder and son, John called on the Philip Arndorfer family on the evening of Dee. H. Helen McEnroe, aunt of Mrs Arndorfer and three of her cousins, Betty Ann McEnroe, Dorothy Higgins and her son Bill also were there. Nov. 29, Mr and Mrs Gordon Hilbert of Corwith became parents of a girl named Sandra Marie. The Peter Bormann and Frank Hilbert families were made grandparents for the first time. The Town and Country Club met at the home of Dorothy Arndorfer with Leona Downs as co- hostcss, Dec. 7. This was the Christmas party and there was an exchange of gifts. Court whist was played after the business meeting. Mrs Arthur Leek was a guest. A girl was born Nov. 25 to Mr and Mrs George Davis. They have a little boy about one year old. Mrs Clarence Siemer and her children, Ellen Jean and Vicki were Sunday p.m. callers at the honi'.' of the Philip Arndorfers. Mrs Leo McEnroe called on them in the evening. The St. Benedict card club met at the home of Mrs Dan Froehlich Tuesday. Algona Man And Bride Of Nov. 6 Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Cecil Dilsworth who were married Nov. 6 at the Evangelical Free Church at Clear Lake. The bride is the former Mary Ann Meier, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gus Meier of Swaledale, Iowa, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Harry Ditsworth of Algona. The couple have returned from their wedding trip and are at homt! in Clear Lake. Mr Ditsworth, who attended Algona high, is employed by the Chicago and Great Western Railroad at Manly, Iowa, as agent. A reception was held at the City Hall following the ceremony with 320 attending. Gifts were in charge of Linda and Nancy Ditsworth, sisters of the bridegroom. Hallard Snyder of Algona attended the bridegroom. \ GIVE PRACTICAL GIFTS foi HOME or OFFICE > Portable Typewriters SMITH - CORONA REMINGTON ROYAL \ \ Here's a Gift That Will Last For Years ... A Free Folding Typewriter Stand With Each Machine Sold - A $7.75 Gift Free ! 11 : I CONCRETE When the old Clarke county courthouse was torn down, two huge chunks of concrete were left over. Weighing some 15 tons each, rind heavily reinforced with steel, they were too heavy to loud and too tough to break up. Tlie contractor solved the problem by burying them in Ihe courthouse yard, at Osceola. The Algona Upper Des Moines has the largest circulation in Kossuth county of any publication Head Men's Club At Lotts Creek Lolls Creek — At the final meeting of the Men's Club of the Lutheran church at Lotts Creek the following were elected as officers for the year 1956: Pres., Wm. Dreyer; Vice Pres., Art Zumach; Secretary, Orville Kressin; Treas., Edwin Wichtendahl: Audit. Comm., Ortwin Kressin and Wilmer Wichtendahl. They also decided to hold an Oyster and Chili supper in the church parlors on the evening of January 18th, serving to begin at (i:30 to all who are served. The committee in charge will be the Messrs. Harold Gross, Herman Hintz, Ervin and Wm. Kading, Ortwin and Orville Kressin. NEW TRUCK Through cooperation of firemen, businessmen and the city government, Tripoli recently add- 1 ed a new fire truck to its equipment; the fourth maintained by the city. It will be used principally on rural fires f f * f f * * CHRISTMAS TOYS Algeria's Biggest Selection ! ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES • MIXERS by Sunbeam, Hamilton Beach. $42.75 and $38.50. • TOASTERS by Sunbeam, General Electric, Toastmaster. Starting at $19.95. • AUTOMATIC PERCOLATORS by Sunbeam, G. E., Mirro, West Bend and Comet. From $9.95 to $37.50. • ELECTRIC IRONS by Sunbeam, G. E., Presto. From $9.95 to $17.95. And many other gifts to choose from such as the new automatic Sunbeam frying pan, Sunbeam waffle irons, electric blankets, men's and ladies' Sunbeam electric razors, deep fat fryers, corn poppers, hair dryers, knife sharpeners and others. * A complete selection of every Ivpe toy for youngsters from 10 months lo 10 years will be found right at Ihe front of our siore. And you'll be able lo select a gift in any price range. A few suggestions: sled, tricycle, wagon, elec. train, doll, holster set, tool chest, pound bench, action toy, building loys> play kitchen, doll nursery, playhouse set, toy musical instrumenl, electric phonograph, chemistry and microscope sel, wheel toys, games. SPORTING GIFTS BEAUTIFUL GIFTWARE a '•a. •o ft f ft I !> ft Tops in the sporting goods will be found on our full shelves. Equipment for all types sports. Footballs, helmets and shoulder pads, basketballs and goals, plus base- bolls, gloves, balls, bats. Ice skates, sleds, guns by Remington, Winchester, Mossberg and Steven, all fishing equipment. A wonderful item for the family is a croquet set. Westmoreland hand-made Milk Glass. Shadow Boxes. Woven Baskets. Figurines. Wooden Salad Bowls. Ycu'll find the choicest selection of giftware of any store in this area. Just a few of the hundreds of gift ideas are listed below: Brass Plaques. Complete Assortment of Pottery, Vases and Planters. Lazy Susans. Aluminum Tumbler Sets. Ccsro Stools & Tables. Redmon Clothes Hampers. Revere Ware. Linle Brown Jugs and Cht-sls. POWER TOOLS BOONTONWARE UNBREAKABLE DINNERWARE o ft 0 I A We're really the "Do |t Yourself" headquarters for the handyman with the nationally famous brands—Delta bench saws, jointers, e>rill presses, lathes; Black and Decker plecrric drills; Skil portable electric saws and many others. DESK MEMO PADS AND PENCIL SETS TELEMATES - Includes List Finder, Memo Pad and Magnetic Pencil, All For Only 2.25 Complete LIST FINDERS - Automatic Manual Operation with Alphabet Guides $3.50 WORLD GLOBES - Full 12 Inch, In Colors, On Pedestal — Globe Fact Book Free $8.95 FULL LINE 1956 DESK CALENDARS ESTERBROOK DESK SET, Pen And Holder, Choice of Colors, From $3.75 PERSONAL METAL FILE CASES Choice of Colors, at - FIRE CHESTS Each One Carries An Insurance Underwriter's Label. Protect Home Valuables And Important Papers — Built Like a Safe. PRICED FROM 19.50 DESKS - FILES In hand tools there's a host of famous names, too - Plumb, Stanley, Lufkin, True Temper, Estwing, Yankee, Irwin, Crescent and Ridgid. We have the complete line and are ready to help you make a selection that's just right for the man of the house. Hall-Strahorn Hdwe. . .£• it a:- n i.' i| -:,• i, ADDING MACHINES - OFFICE CHAIRS STEEL STORAGE & FILING CABINETS STAPLING MACHINES - POSTAL SCALES DESK LETTER TRAYS, BLOTTER HOLDERS AND DOZENS OF OTHER USEFUL GIFTS. WE INVITE YOU TO COMi IN AND LOOK THEM OVER - NO OBLIGATION UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. QFFICi SUPPIY DEPT. ni E. CAU ST. ALQQNA" w.ft4«s-*Ns **.&« »«.«*! fee fee fe* »« »«s.fee*««« fea*..s-S*> *« fes ft***«)«t.6«* 0«# fee fee fea««*«««:.fea ** fes. PHQNE noo

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