The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
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fHS'lWilil! •5v";. i >:?faS'S s »li • '•/.'. i -. '•...," ri&S&itfeWJff, day, flftS -stlfM6d a'deeti cut Iri tfi^baek W ffitMud that requifi thfe"6 >«tJ£c1fei 'M 1 Dr. Warner's " HaHey •M*ot*ff6rt Worth -the fweekerid - f,C. Hashes home. i • -III**?./J"iTTt J> • "' . Mr ancJjMrs Karl Welter fehfl two dauintetsi Margo and; Kay of Amess wei-e -.tHUrsday 1 . of his mother, Mrs, BettJe' moving tpiBarrbrf^Wis. wherfe he ' aridfra. FldrM 1 St.jtii.nt jaHieteiEfdiiSott of wsldbff -'Cm ^l^flp^y' led^jM&aM 8lV6$&<flfffl&tffed Harisffelf'dfj ttfe a: taik,it(ftjthfe^ofk of * was t ' Prompt Service it V'£"•''' At AH "Tftt&s •;.}]{' "' • - • ' • ; ? * I i. l ' i * Service Motors JAvaildble ;;For Emergency Use ? •f ; PRAT! i»''i ELECTRIC CO. . in pur 6dll(_ge3;- Irf Paul Riggs .arid 2 IjtteftK'.'Sandra arid Jotsttd.-bf I2;.fLowell . Erdman of i^cuviattiy iStahley Harisen 61 thi, SWte|i.Wrillverbity, Iowa City RUIMPHahsen o(t the Harlingen Air Bflsfe, Texas; Carrell Erd- nianahd Carol Hansen R. N. of University hospital, Iowa City, were present at lhe"""services. Christmas Programs The Evangelical Free Church Suntlay School held its Christmas program Tuesday evening, Dec. 27 in • the church. There were carols' arid readings by the juniors and primary pupils, and also by the "adult trio and quartet The Christmas program was the Me t h o d i a t cnUrch Saturday evening, > The prinrary depaitpent gaye-'a half hdur; of | readings and, ' songs. Junibr ?dept. '" dramatized v the st6r^ of-.j'Why, the Chinies Rang", Y/ithiMrs, DwightBruns,as reader arjc} >the,;gdult phoir furbished a musical.-background. •; •" . A New Daughter A .baby girl was born to Mr and-'Mrs'-Clfetus West" at Britt Memorial hospital Thursday, Dec. 22. .She . has been .named La- dorina' Mary and' she has an eleven months old- sister, Luanne, who was at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Forrest Reibsamen at Britt. Mrs and infant daughter were akf-rt to' the^eibsarnen homeJh- arltt' on Jrdpght f Thursday. , : and -they ;were .th^ir , home '• here has .been feWfJlo^d for sorrietfMe;;' Mr and. iMfsT .John Arnsubf Bassett ! Jan^T, >Her mother,• \ Mr| Anna HWFjtriiaiu iwere Tuesdft;^ Dec.. 27' { gtidsts -m the Haloldi •jMartinek,' hbme,'' .'.' , . ,.•••,' J Mrs Leila Jordan 1 of Des Moinefe spent 'fl" Week's jholiday vacatidlt with Hdr; mother, .and son, Mr's ; ;Be.tti<? .'WfeStfer ,andl-Alan JordanV The * Wesley >. Liohs club play-, I thejTitonka' Lions Friday eyeniji^ Dec'. 31,'in a basketball game ,at ;Titonkav Mrs Mary Bradfield and Jack ft^^^I^^fSsilittWIji ;n \Drougn»^JTer:n-omp^'i- x is.|«,'a«/a tHe .. ' OtheftChnatm|s Say 'guests a ,1iisml Were Mf ahc , rs George. Bolder; and otta^Biffi^Bef! aMi ^bef di'Bfltff P>' '.-- • i.«i,| : * ; M/land" MMliiifaridf 'wH ' _.'. and Mrs . un- ,,a fyof children Jl.rnjnijsj i|ii (Jr." and Mrs Gajflfefiti ee ^children w£fc6*d .•jaests of Mr tfridr: and familj* ..< •!!;;:; O'T^l Announce • ehtertaihed. 17 family dinner relatives at a party Monday, ('hone 170 Algdrito, la. Hpstess To. Club .;' - ;.Mrg Dwigl(t ,Br,uns entertained ' . evening Dec. 27. Mrs Mary Lou Studer won high score prize and Mrs Nyla Newbrough the low score prize. Mrs Jean Kraus will be hostess ;to the club wOmen on Monday night, Jan; U. , I-ec. 28 in their home. Guests were Mr and Mrs S. E. Christen'; sen and family Of Mason City, Mr and Mrs R. Erickson and family Of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Gary 1 Smith of Rolfe and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Nelson of Mallard. Elry Loebig of Britt, youngest son of Mr and Mrs'Victor Loebig of Wesley is one of 64 men who will study under a plan set up as an answer^to a serious shortage of trained personnel. All members of the Iov?a Highway Commissioner's Construction fjeld forces will begin 10 Weeks of intensive clastf rooirt 'work 1 on the Iowa State College. Campus at Ames 6n r Jan. 4. They will live on the campus and receive full pay while .taking the course. •• '. - , •>.•«. Christmas Day guests in, the Will Martinek liome, who also observed the birthday of their lost were Miss Aline Martin^k of Knoxville, Paul Olsen of Harcourt, and Mr and Mrs-Hatold Vlartinek and Jerry. Bob. Miss Martinek, music instructor, wrought with, her a Hammond organ and the family enjoyed a sing fest and concert. The Catholic Daughters of America will meet Wednesday evening, Jan. 4. .The. women on he entertainment committee arc Mary Krieps, Bernadine Hild- nian, Kathryn Willems, Kathryn ; Hamilton and Carolyn Hatten. On. the kitchen. committee are Viola Studer, Francis Weber, Elizabeth Hildman, -, Sara Raney and Beatrice HildSiiin. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meineke left Wednesday for Newton, where they will spend several days with his parents before resuming their studies at the State University .at Iowa. City. They rutfftj-fitih-; ••••.!-r'.v-i- ,-. :•'V-j'••L&uaj t'3iai-' j. 1 ^ Aaj^ai^j.'a J :.^ J -^a -j'ittjyg^a Mofidl^ ®.lf^e . f. (Sjite t6 ,th« first tinte Scfcific-> »M >fatfdM a* hnvt <eas-3 to ,.,..,„. „ , , Th. «e.«t Isf fl MvLfaMtig *ub- ^ Stanc* (fllW»««*. *f5»«)ye.y ot a so thorough that suff.Mri j • "t'i'^" .il' > ••',' •', ;-.i''' HOME SAVINGS I Since' »•• : ' v \ 1917 DERAL LN ASS'N. ! •' i •.»!."£- tr Idwa ; gj/s bW; thb' c(i«stmas Weekend sat -tftfe parefttal, ^Mfs Mlrthd ;W«$tHhi-me.*ViO t"he y Christmas Day guests at the parental home - were Mf and Mrs ,|4ul Studer and family, Mr snd *'S .Gayldh Vitzthum and.fam- find Mf ahd tf ef ' cl %s Bile SaBttitfr home were ^Mr and Loebjg, , El en Kay , ', a "• LbiBIg and tWee cHiWlfef 4 ^ •Sister ' dleVanfll, ' $§»«£ Joaii Loebig, who ; ; fe&Heyrt Frahklin Park,, -.Ch««ft^.^B 4e$£fd!' davs over tfifeihtJJHJRyf \BV thSttinffi Victor J^hofe , -.'.Mate: Meblg t ;Htt.-,$?f&»M .heir three children a» s»^W| two v.geks at his parefltAfijVictoc Loebig home enroute frdffi^an army base in California tb New: ^wfff^ll^lfelili^^fi^^ 5 ! IS? CM*. _^^|roi^:;^i'^8^f®« ; tW|f evenliig,|^<^^^. '-..' 'V.;-^;il^J|': S SCRAP IRON *• ^' i« >t South{Phillips Sf. AND METAL • 1..'. iiiiiiniHinnnninnniHiHinniiuiuinniiHiniiHiHiiiitin^^ sgsHaiipj '-!',' i'- _ ' '""" • -• , . f — ~~^ ww ^lilP^ ^ffr M In 1956, We Will Concentrate Out Uving-Room Suit! Buying Qn Only Two Great Nationally-Known Lines "FLEXSTEEL"- ~^ As Ever We Will Eliminate Four Other Lines Now on Our Floor and In So Doing We Can Do a Better Job of Merchandising With Our New Manufacturer, Who Will Deliver Living- room Syites From the Factory right to Our Door - This Will Give Us Better Prices To Pass On to Our Friends, Who Have Depended Upon Us for Quality Through 28 Years of Service, Will Be Our FIRST-CHOICE Quality Line! WOK! THIS IS IT- We Mean Business^ IF YOU WANT TO SAVE/yiOtNEY TME ADVANTAGE OF THIS, 10- DAY SPECIAL THAT WILL Slit OUR ENTIRE STOCK A STRAIGHT DISCOUNT ON EVERY SUITE <N STOCK Please Do N<tf Ask Us*Tif^e Your Old Suite On These RedicMlqusly Low Prices * * * * *•£•.* +'$1$?.'ie, * l W-• -^ ^ > if COME IN AND SEE FOR YOUpEtlrf T^ll CL1ANEST DEAL IN IOWA SAVE NOW IN THI FACi OF WSING COSTS AND PRICES A CITY STORE WITH COUNTRY PRICES R« G. RICHARDSON ON EVERY SMITE IN STQCK BE SURE IN FQR THE F8|| HAMS f c OF NEW COURTHOUSE A100NA, IOWA

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