The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1956 · Page 3
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4-Algona (10.) Upp*r Dei Mein«f Tuesday, November 20, 1956 . AROUND ALGONA' ' Mts Robert Banichez, the form- or Eleanor Fleming arrived Monday morning for a visit of sov- oni! weeks with her'parents at Whittdmore and her sister, Mrs Cmig Smith hero. Mrs Santchcz will go to Now York City early in December and thence by plane •to Germany to join her husband, a dental officer in the army. —o— Pupils in Mrs Florence Larson's second grade at Bryant have invited their parents to a Thanksgiving parly this afternoon, (Tuesday). A' feature of the program is a • playlet written and produced by the youngsters. p^, . Craig Smith, Al "Buchanan, Angus Cotton and Jim Milder attended the football game at Iowa City on Saturday. The Canvas Committee of the Presbyterian. Church consisting of Wilbur Reinders. John Zalaznik. Charles Hardgrove, James Potter and Leon Martin is planning a series of family nights for November 27, 20, 29 and 30. They will be pot-luck suppers and' eacli family in the church will attend one of them. The Birthday Staff of the Rebekah Lodge is having a 6:30 dinner this evening, (Tuesday) at Van's Cafe. Mrs Louis Lynk is chairman of the club and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee is in charge of arrangement for the party. Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre spent the weekend at Iowa City where they attended the Iowa-Ohio State football game. Two large group* o! womfttt were entertained at dessert and cards Monday afternoon and Tuesday evening at the Johnson House. Hostesses were Mesdamcs Gordon Ditlevson, Oliver Johnson, Deb Hall, F. M. Holt, Larry Knoll, Kenneth Parrish, Richard Post, Don Prieskorn, Gordon Schmidt and Kenneth Strahorn. Mr and Mrs M. H. Honsbrueh and Mr and Mrs Clajr Rowe went to Iowa City Saturday in the Honsbrueh airplane to attend the Iowa-Ohio State football game. Mr and Mrs Everett Barr attended an insurance convention at Waterloo on Friday and then \vent to Iowa City on Saturday for the football game. Brownie Troop 5 made a visit to the creamery Monday afternoon during their regular meeting. Mrs W. A. Barllett and Mrs Charles Hardgrove are leaders. Mrs Wilbur Reinders substituted Monday because of the illness of Mrs Hardgrove. D I A M -ynamic -insulated -Big Bargain Galore At Your Jacket Store Get >Em This Week! BOYS - GIRLS PARKAS A Rugged, Super- Warm All-Winter, Alt-Purpose Jacket 787 $10.95 VALUE -oney Saving -nly the Best -o Better Buy -on't Delay r top In Now 'Jacket' Store Outer shell of rugged material with thick wool quilt lining in the jacket and hood. Mouton trimmed adjustable hood. Made for warmth, and qood looks, to boot! Sixes 6 to 18. BOYS — GIRLS Navy Pea Coats Closing out these Navy style wool Melton cloth pea coats — they are neat as a pin, and pack a pile of warmth. Here's a bargain for sure .. 1.„__'___ BOYS - GIRLS Split Hood Hidden Wristlet PARKAS 9 $13.00 VALUE6 These are "luxury" Parka jackets — burly with warmth, and with lots of "extras". Split hood, hidden wristlets, wool quilt lining in jacket body and in hood. Mouton trim. Choice of Blue or Grey. Sizes 6 to 20. Across From Postoffice That's Where U Find The JACKETS!!!! Mr* fciehard Notion ed at a party Wednesday evening in honor of the 14th birthday of her daughter, Siri. After dinnet at the Norton home, the group attended the class play at the high school. Guests ware Cindy Hardy, Pam Waller, Sharon De> Qrctte, Patty Cowan, Jo Ann Muckey, Deanna Lau and Marijane Williams. —o— Eight Specs Card Club m«l Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Harold Hobson. Mrs W. J; Sigsbee received the prize for high score; Mrs Beeeher. Lane, the travel prize and Mrs Milton Dahl the low score prize. Infants baptized at St. Cecelia's Church on Sunddy wefe Timothy James, son of Mr and Mrs James Geelan; Carla Jo, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Lu* b'enthal and Bryan LeRoy, son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf. The Mariner* Club of the Pr«* rbyterian church will meet Sunday evening, Nov . 25 at the church for a 'pot-luck supper. Mr and Mrs Andy Crawford and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber will be hosts. . , , r Q -. Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs had as their guests on Sunday, Mrs Ricklef's parents, Mr and Mrs M. A. Bagge of Fonda and her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Ernest Burk of Clarinda. Mr knd Mrs Kenneth Strahorn txpect to have as their Thanksgiving dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson and family, former Algonans now of Cedar Falls. Mrs Frank Vera, Mrs Emma Dehnert and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee went to Dakota City Wednesday and spent the day with Mrs Walter Klainp. 111 Kossuth's Ballots Go To Washington ? County Auditor Marc Moore or a designated representative may be making a trip to Washington, about the first of the year, if Congressman James I. Dolliver doesn't change his mind about contesting the final tabulation in the 6th district Congressional race, which gave the victory to Merwin Coad by 208 votes'. The state canvassing board, composed of the governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor and secretary of agriculture is to begin its state canvass Npv. 26. With final canvass completed for each of the 13 counties in the ton district. Goad, the Democrat, igd Dolliver by 64,635 to 64,427.* Dolliver has stated that he will contest the election if the vote goes against him in the state canvass. The contest W01 be filed with the U.S. houJe of represent** tives, and local opinion was that all of the ballots :frbm the counties in the district would have to be taken to Washington. In the meantime, 'Coad offered his resignation last week as pastor of the Central Christian church of Boone, and said he expected to be moving to Washington, D. C. on January 1. The chief investigator for the House Committee on Elections, Richard T. Allen, left last week after the final convass by the counties was completed. Don Mitchell of Fort Dodge, Democratic national committeeman, last week asked the Justice Department to impound the 6th district ballots. Wm. H. Altweflg Dies At Traer Ohe of Koss'uth's long time residents WiUlftm H. Altweg| passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14th at his home in f rafff, I6wa. He had been ill' for almost a year, with cancer, which finally caused his death. • ; Surviving are his wife, the fof- mer Jessye Robinson, three sons and two daughters, William Junior of Cedar Rapids, Wayne and Virgil of Traer, Mrs Jeanne Ehrhardt of Austin, Minn, and Mrs Genevieve Jorgensen of Iowa City. A sister, Mrs Ruth Sparks near Westey also survived. Mr 'Altwegg was born and raised in Plum Creek Township. It was on 'the home farm where he lived and raised his family. In t04fl 1$' moved to a farm at Grand Meadow, Minn. When. World War. II was declared and his sons ehjisted, he sold out and .moved into Austin, Minn, In Aug.. 1949 he and Mrs Altwegg purchased the Oxford Hotel in Traer, Iowa and he operated it until shbttly before his death. He was born February 16, 1878, son of Jennie and Jacob Altwegg. Interment was Friday, Nov. 16, at 2 p.m. in Buckingham Cemetery at Traer. Licenses To Wed For 3 Couples N OV . 14 _ Dean Wehrspann, Whittemore, and Mary Lou Traub, West Bend. Nov. 17 — Richard R. Robinson, Des Moines, and Lorraine Braun, Algona. Nov. 19 — Donald F. Hixson and Jean Marie Welp, Des Moines. rr 16 Winners In Know Your Songs" Listed Winners in the recent "Know Your Songs Contest", presented by the Algona Theatre, Radio Station KLGA, and the Algona Upper Des Moines — and sponsored by Kossuth Radio & Television, Post .Transfer & Storage, Hotel Algona, and Suds Yer Duds Automatic Laundry, are as follows: First Prize — 3 months pass to Algona Theatre, Mrs Don Myers, 207 S. Heckart, Algona Second Prize — 2 months pass to Algona Theatre, Mrs Calvin Bode, Route 2, Algona. Third Prize — 1 month pass to Algona Theatre, Betty , Peterson, Algona. Fourth Prize —- S3.00 theatre candy counter cuedit, Judith Rovn, Algona. Fifth Prize — $2.00 theatre candy counter credit, Mrs Perry Lowman, Algona. Sixth Prize — $1.00 theatre candy counter credit, Mrs Carl Hutchins, Algona. The ten winners of Algonu Theatre "pairs" of passes are: Rose Ann Peterson, Algona; Carl B. Hutchins, Algona; Nancy Lowman, Algona; Mrs. Ed Abbas, Al- L'onn; Mrs B. J. Bradford, Algona; Theresa Ostwinkle, Algona; Janice Meyer, Algona; Ruth Schadendorf, Algona; Mrs J. M. Fleming, Whittemore, and Donna Brown, Corwith. The first place winner, Mrs Don Myers, got 31 of the 32 song titles right, while the next twelve persons named 30 right. Among these, names were drawn from a hat by the judges to determine winners. Others who placed right next to top winners, and barely missed were: Dorothy Durant, Eileen Bode, Mrs Dale Mains, Mrs Wayne Hanson, Mrs Ellis Mains, Li-s Wijdin, Mrs Ken Geilenfeld. Gertrude Farrell, all of Algoiui, and Mrs Cora Fleming, Whittemore. Winning contestants, as listed ;ibuve, may secure their prize awards by present ing themselves at the Algona Theatre box of- iice. Silver Wedding A silver wedding observance will be held in the Methodist church parlors ut Swea City Sunday, Nov. 25, from 2 to 5 p.m. fur Mr and Mrs Clarence Gardner. All friends are invited. FITTED TRAVELING RAIN CASE Perfect Gift for Adults Students — pnd Misses I Give ihjs Train Case for a gift — and you give something truly "different" — but so practical that it will be a "steady companion" for anyone going places. Case is large sijse, fitted with mirror and tray- strong handle. Plastic-coated in choice of Green, Brown, Blue. 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Sizes 8 to 16, Children's Fleece Lined Sno-Boots REGULARLY MUCH MOREI All rubber, completely waterproof and lined with soft, warm fleece. Easy-on zipper front. Corrugated nonskid spits. Sizes 8 to 3. 388 S & L HAS COMPLETE STOCK VERSHOES FOR AU THE FAMILY! MINS - LADIES BOYS - GIRLS Boys' B-9 Parkas with Mouton {AMI Trimmed Hood Heavy quality sateen fabric. Jacket and hood have rayon satin lining 1 quilted to 100% wool interlining. Shirred elastic back, knit wristlets in sleeves. Completely water repellent. Charcoal and olive green. Sizes 6 to 18. 99O BOYS' 9*9 PARKA WITH TURTLE NECK & DETACHABLE HOOD Heavy 9-oz. sateen 100% wool quilted lining. Zip-off qyilt lined hood with mouton dyed lamb trim. Zip-up knit turtle neck collqr. $i*ei 8 to 1 8,

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