The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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ADS—IT PAYS Jinks Deroisd io "feh 8ete«i" lierns fcrem High 's fireeti From all of us here to' all of you — we > •end warm and friendly wishes that this Joyous Christmas Season, may set the - scene for many happy days to cornel HOTEL ALGONA j . - \ •• ,i Mr. Ed Boss, Boss Hotels .'.'.* Mr. and Mrs. Jess George and Entire Staff This poem'is Written with all due apology to Clement Mtiofe, who wrote A Visit From Sts Nicholas and to the Sophomore 6lass",.whb9e Inspired skit furnished hie with, one of the gifts. A VlSlt TO AHS FHOM jroLtY St. NICHOLAS ' ,'fwas 'the day before Chris- m'asj'jvheh all through the schop) Not a creature was stirring, as is usually the rule; ' The stockings were hung by the desks with great care, in hopes that St. Nicholas soon WOuld be there; The children were nestled all shuirin. their! chairs, While visions of A's and .B's danced throtigh their, prayers; When out in the hall there arose such a clatter, ' They sprang to their feet to see what was the matter. • Away , to trie doorway they flew with a roar, '; Twisted the doorknob, threw open the door. When,, what to their-wonderirfg. eyes should" appear, j But a miniature A, and eight tiny reindeer, With . a Httle old. drivet,,so land riitiekr ' They ; khew In a rrtbrfteht il must be St. Nick. - ' Tf OO NEWSPAPER ALGONA REFRIGERATION Harry Barton . ; MACHINE WORKS , KJWA . rapid than eagles' his coursers they carrieY And he Whistled, and shouted, and called them by hamei "Now, Legler; Now, Miller! Now,- 'Palmer, afidi Stephensohj •• Oh,' rtalaf, On, Carver! on, Qulnby and Condon 1 To the, top of the stairs! To the front of the hall! ..'.-,?! Now, dash away! dash av^ayf dash awlay, alii" y ''.•'''-."-'•?:• So closer and closet the coursers they fleW, ! • "< With an A for the boys, and for all the •girls, too. , when, the students were starting to all turn arpundc In the doorway , St. .. Nicholas came with a bdUtid, ' He Was dressed in" Bermudas and had on knee sti*, They kne,w right a Way that he was a real fox; . . , • A bundle of gifts he had flUtig on his back, . , '„"'•'• With a smile and a chuckle, he opened his pack. '.,'.""•..•• He filled all the stockings, then turned with a jerk, . ' The students, with pleasure, surveyed St. Nick's work: •; For each teacher, a ''mythical six-hour day, . '. , • For each student, a giant economy-size A. 'Then St; Nicholas ', chuckled once more and to ail Gave a nod. Then he jitt*r- bugged into the hall. He sprang to his A, to his team 'gave, a Whistle, .. And away they all flew like' the down, of a thistle. But I heard 'him e'xclaim, as he turned with a smile, "Sorry to-haye kept you from' Inccjao Elii/lilln '* classes SS. SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg of Kstheryille were Monday dinner guests at' the Martin Wilberg home and visited with Jerry Wilberg, who was to leave! the following day for Oklahoma, where he will be stationed at a navy base, and will receive some specialized training. Th Modern Mixers Club enjoy ed a Christmas'party and gift ex change at the home of Mrs Robert Burt- Tuesday, afternoon During the business meeting the jroup. voted , a donation, to the Children's Home Finding Society at .Fort Dodge and also to the Tuberculosis and Heart -Fund Plans were completed for a party to be held the.evening of Jan. 4 at the home of the Lyle Eriglands, with the husbands as guests. Mrs Lester Qsborri and Mrs •Fred Wienberger. .were .the honor&d birthday members. : . Mr and Mrs Ed Thompson of Storm Lake were Friday afternoon, callers at the K. R. McLuen home. . Mr and Mwt-Earl Olson, were a week ago Sfunday dinner guests at the Fred> Benjamin homeTat Bradgate. In the evening they visited at the Henry Olson home at Bradgate, Wednesday even* ing voters; at the Olson home were theif sph'tivlaw and daughter, Mr and Mrs Marlyn Pflibsen and daughter of Bode. Mr and Mrs AntOne Speich and family and their daughter Huth of Ames visited Sunday at the home of a son-in-law and daughter, Mr arid Mrs Gene Walston nt Zearihg. Sunday evening supper guests at the ; Oliver Kihseth home were Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and Susan of Algona. PAID OFF The Conrad school district now owns its school. A bond issue sold in 1625 has now been paid off. , NOTICE OP SAtfi 6P BOMDS Sealed bids win be received by the undersigned Secretary o£ the Board of Directors of the Algohft Community School District, in the County of. Kossuth, State of towa.: until 2'o'cloak P.M., January 10, 1988, for Five Hundred JFelrty*dur ,; Thousand Dollars ($644,000.00) School Building Bonds of said District, at which time they wjll be presented to the Board of Directors of said School District at Its meeting to then be held at the High School building In Algona, Iowa, and In said School District, and after the receipt ?f open bids/the bonds wUl be sold to Jhe highest bidder for eush. Said bonds/will be dated rebruary 1 ', l9 lSt^" d . w "L mflture '« Installments of oh November 1, 1957, $30,000.00 art November 1st of each of the i»cnrs 1958 to 1974. Inclusive, and $14,000.00 on November 1, 1978. Bld- de*s should Specify the Interest rnte or rates for the bonds and all other circumstances being equal, preference will be given to the bid of par tint accrued Interest or better speclfylni the lowest Interest rate or rales. » . The School District will furnish Uu approving opinion of Messrs. Chnp- inan and Cutler, lawyers, Chicago, IU- Inols, the purchasers to furnish the printed bonds, and all bids must be so. conditioned. Certified check payable to the Algona Community School District, In th° County of Kossuth, v£ l ? of.lovJa, for,Two Per Cent 2%) of the principal amount of the bonds Is required with each bid. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Published by order of the Board of ThurieJay, Reeember 22, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper De* Moinej-3 Director^ and dated December 12, 1955. Inez Wolfe /Secretary (Published Dee. It and Dec. 24, 19S3. Iti The Algdns (fdwa) Vpbet Des Molnes). Ottosen News Mr and Mrs Howard Hellic'ksoij visited Qmeal: Nelson of Hardy at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge on Friday. Mr arid '.Mrs/Karl Long and .Marilyn^. were • Sunday.-dinner guests at the H. H. Long 'home at Fairmont, Minn. Thursday Mrs Long spent the, day'at the Arnold Bratland home -at Bode, ' Mr-and Mrs Harold Kropf and family of Dakota City were at the. parental' Sam Kropf home Thursday evening. . the MerTiert Qnristmciff/ever •-inonkf for uour RUSS & KY'S NASH SALES & SERVJCE RUSS & KY'S CHAMPLIN SERVICE VIVIAN'S Floral & Gift Shop GRBETlGSat CHRISTMASTIME May your Holidays ring with joy and laughter, and may Christmas bring yoq tjbc best of everything! JACOB E. DECKER SONS Hog Buying Station Algona As the Mis aro pealing out the old refrain of joy t» the world, we take pleasure In sending sincere Christmas greetings to the Algona Community of which we are a part. UNIVERSAL AUTHORISEP FOBS CONPITIONIRI 400 DIAQQNAl AIGQNA, IQWA

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