1-Algena (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, October M, 1956 AROUND ALGONA' Mr and Mrs Russell Reniz and family spent Sunday at Burl with Mr nnd Mrs Russell Thompson. The women are sisters. —o— The Presbylevian Guild, business and professional women's organi/ation of the church, met Monday evening. Mrs Henrietta Bowman was hostess. Mrs John Zalaznik gave the devotions and Jessie Smith presented the program. Mr and Mrs Merle Prall and three sons of Fairmont. Minn, spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. Bel Canlo music club meels Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Wesley Bartlett. The program is entitled, "African Exiles" and is on the subject of negro music. Mrs M. G. Bourne. | Mrs E. C. McMahon and Mrs A. I E. Kresensky are in charge. WED., OCT. 31 at 11:30 P.M. HALLOWEEN MIDNITE SHOW Come Early - All Seats 60c MNMn TURHAN BEY in 'THE MUMMY'S TOMB" ION CHANEY in 'HOUSE OF DRACULA' SUNDAY and MONDAY (2 Days Only) Broadway's biggest hit becomes Marilyn's bestl DON MURRAY with ARTHUR O'CONNELl BETTY FIELD EILEEN HECKART TUES. - WED. CINEMASCOPE '» TECHNICOLOR ^SECOND The singin', dancin' saga of those Kansas Calico days! A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE PLUS BONUS HIT: HIGH ADVENTURE! "THi SICRiT OF TREASURE MOUNTAIN" Thursday — 3 Days . . . Double Rock & Thrill Show I JOAN TAYLOR in IN PRISON" LORI NELSON in "HOT-ROD GIRt" Mr and Mi s E. E. Robinson and Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffel spent Sunday at Wilmar, Minn. Mr and Mrs Jim Milder and and family spent the weekend at Iowa City where they visited Mr Milder's father. —o— Jim Van Allen, who aliends Creighton University at Omaha, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Van Allen. —n— Mr end Mrs Lloyd Rouze and Sondra and David, former Al- gonans now of Ames spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Vernun Jenson. —o— Mrs L. L. Snyder was hostess to the parents of her first grade Methodist Sunday School pupils at a coffee at her home on Sunday evening. Mrs Nellie Harvey lefi Monday for her home at Manchester after a visit of several weeks here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bcecher Lane. A pol-luck dinner is being held this evening, (Tuesday) "proceeding the regular meeting of the Rebekah Lodge. The group meet; rit the Moose hall. ___ Q——• Mr end Mrs G. W. Stillman spent Saturday at Ames where they attended Homecoming at Iowa State College and vi.-Mtcd their daughter, Marcia who is a student there. Roger Phillips relumed Saturday from a week's hunting trip to Devils Lake and Bismarck N. D. H» accompanied some friends from Ottumwa on the trip and they bagged their limit in geese and ducks. —o-— Eight Specs card club met Wednesdnv evening at the home of Mrs John Dutton. Mrs Nellie Harvey, Manchester was a guest. Prizes were received by Mrs Harold Hobson. Mrs Elizabeth Post and Mrs Beecher Lane. —o— Mariners, couple club of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening for a Halloween party at the home of Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow at Wesley. Mr and Mrs Karl Kilsholm were co-hosts. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn and son Mark spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mrs Prieskorn's sister, Mrs Frank Young. A family dinner was held in honor of the birthday of their mother, Mrs J. E. Koll. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson had as their guests on Sunday, Mr Hobson's brother and sister-in- law. Dr. and Mrs Ray Hobson and their daughter, Alice of Marcus. Another caller on Sunday was Mrs Ross Pratt of Hampton. —o— Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman and sons and Mrs Mabel Lee spent Sunday evening at Fort Dodge with Dr. and Mrs Robert Lee and family. Dr. Lee is Mrs Stillman's brother and Mrs Mabel Lee's son. —o— Mr and Mrs Vauohn Hoover have brought their twin sons, Tim and Tom home from the hospital where they were born earlv Inst week. The boys, first children for the Hoovers, weighed over five pounds each at birth and arc- identical. —o— Mr and Mrs Don French are the parents of a daughter born to them Friday at Iowa City. Their other child is also a girl. Local grandparents are Mr and Mrs Wendell French and Mr and Mr? Ray Beamish. Mrs French is the former, Jean Beamish. —o— The three local chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a preferential tea Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Lyle Anderson. Mrs Harley Waller of the Zeta Xi chapter and Mrs Lee Schenck of the Alpha Psi chapter, poured and Mrs Waller Schildknecht of the Xi Xi chapter, greeted. —o—• Charles Lawson and Lee, Eilleen and Colleen and Wava Woodward spent Sunday at Mason City where they attended a family dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs J. H. Woodward. Tho birthday of Mr Woodward nnd Killeen and Colleen Lawson was b«ing celebrated. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent, Jr. became the parents of their second child, a son born Friday evening at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and has n<>' as yet been named. He has a sister, Christy, 5. The baby is the first grandson for Mr and Mrs Fred Kent, Sr. and the mntrrna] grandparents are Mr and Mrs Hen Raaken. FRI., OCT. 261h Final Heat in Corn Shellinq Contest FRANK BUHR And His Ramblers SAT., OCT. 27th Decca Recording Artists The Fabulous FOUR ACES Al Noyce & Orchestra For Your Dancing Adm. 1.60 plus tax, tot. 1.80 WED., OCT. 31st Teenage Dance Come As You Are Hardtime Party BOB WHITE & ORCH. Mr and Mrs Richard Bradley and two-year-old son, Roy, visited in Algona over the weekend with friends and were house guests of Mr and Mrs Lou Robin* son. The Bradleys are former/ residents of Algona but are now living at Oltumwa. A "Hubby Night" dinner parly will be held Wednesday evening at the Algona Country Club. Thte committee in charge consist;? of Mrs Paul Seeley, chairman; Mrs VV. A. Hall, co-chairman and Mesdames Kenneth Peirce, Karl Hoffman, F. M. Holt. Wendell French. Burton Harmes and Joe oiocnberg. Q Mr and Mrs Dick Phillips and Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee went to Buckingham, Iowa, on Friday where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Dale Ross. They called on Mr and Mrs E. L. Rek- crs at their home near Cedar Falls and on Saturday went, to Iowa City for the Hawaii-Iowa football gaine. —o— Mrs John L. Dickens of Easl St. Louis. 111., i.s visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs A. W. Behrends. She will conclude her ten-day visit Wednesday when she returns to her home. She is the former Wilma Behrends and will be well remembered here. Her husband was a provost sergeant at the PWO camp here during World War II. He is now an employee of the Si. Louis .South Western Railway, better known as the "Cottonbult." —o— Wava Woodward WES hostess Saturday afternoon at a birthday party for her twin nieces, Eilleen and Colleen Lawson who were 11 years old. Guests were Ann Segar, Nancy Muckey, Mary Ann Sigsbee, Patty Reilly, Marilyn Miller, Jody Chally. Carole Sue Etherington, Judy Munger, Francie Ziegler, Lana Gerber, Patty Price. Barbara Kuchenreuthtr and Jeanette Vigdal. Games furnished the entertainment and Miss Woo'dward served birthday cake and refreshments. ___(")—— Jackie, son of Mr and Mrs J. V. Hardgrove, was honoree at a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of his sixth birthday. The group attended the children's rnatinee at the theater and re-, turned to the Hardgrove home fp/ refreshments. Guests were Larry Renken, Jean Sigsbee, Richard Lev/is, Mark and Bruce Olson, Brett Bartlett, Patti Lynn Muckey, Bill and Tina Obrecht, Tim Clark and Jerry Dean McVay. Jack's sister, Phyllis and Beverly Johnson and Inex Jane Hudson assisted in the festivities. Adult Education Classes Readied Preliminary plans for adult education classes at Algona high school were announced this week by .Glair Rowe, An early registration of prospective adult students is being held with the classes set for each Monday in January and February and the first two Mondays in March. Class periods will be from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. each of those nights. Full details on the advance registration will be found in an ad in today's Upper Des Moines. Albany, N. Y. received its name on Sept. 24, 1664, when it was surrendered to the English by the Dutch. Its previous narne was Port Orange. Children's Clinic Here, Nov. 1 Iowa Clfy •*— A field clinic for chronically ill or crippled children will be held in Algona on Thursday, Nov. 1 for youngsters from Emmet, Palo Alto, Poca- hontys, Humboldt, Kossuth, Winnebago. Hancock, and Wright counties. To be conducted by the State Services for Crippled Children (SSCC), the clinic will be held at St. Ann hospital. Dr. George R. Barnes, Jr., assistant professor of pediatrics at SUI, is director of the service. Each year, at the invitation of t h e various county medical societies, SSCC sends medical teams from the University's college of medicine to all parts of the state to hold more than 30 such clinics. Last year, 2,785 children were referred to the clinics. To be eligible, patients must be referred by their local physicians and they must be less than 21 years of age. Consultations and diagnostic services are provided in the fields of pediatrics, orthopedics, speech and hearing, children's dentistry, psychology, and physical therapy. X-ray and laboratory services ;il=o ;-re provided. Following each clinic, the cases are reviewed and findings and recommendations are then forwarded to the local physicians. There is no charge for the service. : The Thousand Islands ar:e in the St. Lawrence River at the mouth of Lake Ontario. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT THIS YEAR, GIVE A PORTRAIT ...w • for mother to hang on her walL • for dad at his desk. • or to carry in his travel*. • for someone away at school. • 01 just to say "I lo»« yon." Don't be disappointed ... or more Important, don't disappoint them . . . make your appointment now. Jiut phone, call, or write. NELS & KAY ISAACSON Portraits of Quality BROWN'S STUDIO Phone 34-W Now 3,060 Phones In Algona System Growth oil the telephone system Has been rapid in Algona, Said John Claude. "We've added 1,259 telephones here since 1944 when the company hit the million mark. Today there are 3,060 telephones serving the people of Algona." "It is. interesting to note", Claude concluded, "that with all the tremendous advances in the use of automatic machinery there are many more telephone men and women at work in our company than ever before. We had 14,000 people in 1944 and today we have well over 24,000." Licenses To Wed To 3 Couples Three licenses to wed have been issued during the past week in Kossuth county at the office of Alma Pearson, dislrict court clerk. They went to the following couples: del. 16 — Philip F. Doocy, Bancroft, and June E. Hicks, Algona. Oct. 19 — James Renford and Maymie Baldwin, Ranier, Minn. Oct. 22 — Max E. Flaig, Lone Rock, and Marilyn Ann Meyer, Algona. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE. IOWA Friday, Oct. 26 JOLLY LUMBERJACKS Sunday, Oct. 28 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Nov. 2 WNAX Bohemian Band FREE ADMISSION (Sponsored by Young Republicans) Sunday, Nov. 4 GUY DE LEO Friday, Nov. 9 RAY STOLZENBERG No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER Likt having two fitw dr*tft«i, «uf Trim Sheath Ensemble $22.95 BROWN RED COLD BLUE Who'll guess lt*son!y one dress? Wear the slender solid-color sheath with or without its striped jacket for the two-dress effect. Luxury Duvefte Coloray rayon by Cohama. Sizes 12 to 20. cli rise Kill es Good Lighting ... good eyes Long winter evenings bring hours for reading, study, games — activities that take lighting in the home. You'll get more pleasure from these activities — and protect your eyes — if your lighting is good. You'll want good reading and sewing lamps, and lamps for study and play. And you'll want enough of them for com- iorlable, eye-saving lighting for each member of the family. See your dealer now for good lighting throughout your home ... it costs so little and means so much. Algona Municipal Utilities Phone 47 or 63 — Algona, Iowa There's A World Of Lovely Gifts In RICHARDSON'S BEAUTIFUL GIFT SHOP For week* now, new, colorful lovely things have been arriving from far-distant points — to grace the brilliantly-lighted walls and shelves of Richardson's Gift Shop. So much — and so different — that only a personal visit tells you alii We suggest you (top in and reserve for your own gift-giving the items you desire fr,om this grand array! R. G. RICHARDSON FURNITURE CO.
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