The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 2
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2-AI0ortQ (la.) Upper Dei Molftds Tuesday, Dttfember 4, 1956 T. H. G. Algontt'S Movie Critic, iayi: "this It the t*p musical dl the year. See It and you'll enjoy it." i TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY M-O-M'f fold mine of entertainment in CINEMASCOPE and COLOR! DAN DAILEKYD CHARISSE « AGNES MfXJRIHEAD * LILI DARVAS * JIM BACKUS • OSCAR KAM.WEIS LIUANE MONtEVECCHI * CARA MILIAMS * THE FOUR ACES THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY John.Payne "REBEL IN TOWN" Natalie Wood "CRY IN THE NIGHT" Sure way to please a man at CHRISTMAS Brilliant WHITE DRESS SHIRTS with airplane cloth collar guaranteed to outwear the shirt or a new shirt free I * It's the famous WINGS ROCKET I You've never seen a whiter shirt. It is skillfully tailored of fine cotton broadcloth in newest collar styles with barrel A AC cr French cuffs. Sizes 14 to 17 1-- fc«a*f Algona Upper Des Mdlrtes FARM SALE CALENDAR Farm sales appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines will receive free listing in this column every week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algona's radio station KLGA on the 11:55 a.rrt. and 4:25 p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium. List your sale dates early with the Upper Des Moines. Dec. 6, Thursday—Robert W. Wood sale, 2 so. Fairmont, Minn, closing out machinery, etc. Sale detnils UDM Nov. 27. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Martin County Nat'l Bank, clerk. ' Tljurs.. D«Sc. 6 — C. C. Voigt, 2Vi miles north, 1 mile east and "i mile north of Fenton, public- auction featuring 71 head of livestock, including 33 head of high grade Holstein cattle, some machinery and miscellaneous items. Lloyd Berkland and Charles QUinn are auctioneers and the Lone Rock bank, clerk. Details in UDM last week. tXse, 11, Tuesday — Roy Carlson sale, Ui west and one south of Cylinder, 1 p.m. Machinery, 26 head Brown Swiss, etc. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer Iowa Trust & Savings, Emmetsburg, clerk. Sale details this issue. Dec. 12, Wednesday— Clarence Zumnch, located l'/t mi. West of Lotls Creek, or 4 South and l-l'i, East of Fenlon, or 6 West, 5 North and l'/t West of Algona 18 and 169 Junction. Machinery, frflscel- laneous items, 15 head 'Ofittle, hay, straw, oats. YungeBetg & Qumn, auctioneers. Lofi4 Rock Bank, clerk. Details in this issue^of UDM. :,< W^d. Bee. 12 -i. ClarerieeVFAi- mach', l>/4 miles west of Lotts Creek, or 4 mi. south and 1% east of Fenton, complete closifi't out sale, with a complete line l ot farm machinery, and 16 head of blark cattle. Lone Rock Bank, clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinh, auctioneers. Dec. 19, Wednesday — Cliftei Sykes ahd Son, 2 miles noftK am' 2. east of Swca City. 55 : head Holstein cattle, hpghouses, feed fdcder.s etc. Quinn & -Clark auctioneers. Details on sale, later. Thursday, Dec. 20 — Howard Miller complete closing out..,sale with a complete line of machinery and white-face cows and calves. Yimgeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Iowa State Bank, clerk. Full details in UDM later. > • Jan. 3, ".Thursday t^ 5 Robert BerkelanTd; 2 W., 2 W'^VIJ. oi Fenlon. i Complete •lin&::mai:hin- ery, 25 head springing Holstein heifers, etc Lloyd Berkland & I.yle. Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings BanfeV'IJtfrUon clerk. I' ; Jan. 8, Tuesday — Charles Colwell of LuVerne will have a complete closing out farm auction. Full details later in the Upper Des Moines. Jan. 13, Thursday — A. N. Erpelding will hold a big sale, including much excellent - machinery, at the farm-4 east on McGregor St, and U-: miles south of Algona. Quinn & Reiling' will be the auctioneers; Iim5a 'State Bnnk. Algona, clerk. Sale details in the Upper Des Moines prior to the sale. The Liberty Bell was cracked in 1835 while being tolled for the death of Justice. John MinT.hall. ' , , FRIDAY at 11.3Q p.m. Special MidniteSliow \^ .i lk HOtO dJlllCAK *" % WHllT CHStll tiiiitii k] UIIM9 ttlUUMiiuM kj UJUt MOWIM'StKj »< $t(iM|U| bj HIUOH U2AIIU PLUS: On The Stage ELVIS PRESLEY IMPERSONATIONS Featuring as Guest Stars The Two Estherville Winners — Also Perry & Larry of Algona ! I If EC Townsend Club Meets Algona Townsend Club I met at Ihe home of Mr and Mrs Chester Willey on Tuesday everting, Nov. 27 for a regular business and bingo session. Mrs Lolla Ladendorff read the bulletin. Mrs Anderson announced that packages had been sent to the New England. States Annual .Christmas Bazaar. A "thank you" letter was received from The Fort Collins Colorado Townsend Club for parcel post packages contributed uy the local club. •: Following the business session nil) Jetijoyed the ^various games. Spbcial prizes weintjto Mrs Wilbur Hm|ren and Mrs';WilI Muckey. TRe next meeting is slated for Tuesday evening, Dec. 18, at the home of Mrs Muckey on West State Street. AJlifriends are in- vit'ell tb attend,' There will be" a Cliristmns Drawing. Class Family Party Dr. John Schulter's Sunday school class of the Mothod.'st church held a pot-luck supper Saturday evening in the basement recreation rooms. This way a family party and with the children the attendance was 150 persons. A birthday.'cake had been made for Jesus, a featura to impress the ,Christinas story on the young children. Gifts and commodities were presented and will be used i'or the nursery and needy families. A pantomime was given, "The Christmas Story as Presented by the Bible" by children in costume. Christmas Party ; Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris, Mr .-ind Mrs Jack Hernon, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw, Mr and Mrs James Merryman, Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey, Mr and Mrs Orlan Ott, Mr and Mrs William Spect and Ruby Murtha, the women members of a, bridge club, are having a Christmas dinner Wednesday evening at the -Country Club. After the dinner they will go to the McGraw home for the eve- nin» and cards. New Grandparents Supt. and Mrs O. B. Laing have received announcement of the birth Friday. Nov. 3D ni' a daugp.' !er to their son and daughter-in- law, Ensign and Mrs Ed Laing a 1 San Diego, Calif. Sho weighed seven pounds and one-haJf ounce :>m! has been named Karen Kathleen. The mother is the former Mr.ry Bruch and the maternal grandmother is Mrs M. L. Bruch. Ensign Laing is in the Public Information 'and Press Relation? of the ,11th Naval District, San Diego. Engagement Announced Autographed photos of Elvis Presley to all ! PLUS: Free Presley Records and free Guest Tickets to LOVE ME TENDERS as door prizes. . . . PLUS This Added Screen Attraction . . . BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS MUSICAL SHORT 34B, BOX BRACH'S CHOCOLAT Brach's Finest in a Beautiful Christmas Box I Yes. Brach's wonderful chocolates . . . finest soft centers in vanilla, maple, caramel, nou- qiii, and peppermint all in one box. with each and every chocolate in the box neatly v/rapped. Three full pounds in the most attractive "Christmas dress" imaginable — yours to give for this wonderfully low price! Don't miss oull Each and Every Box 1$ Fresh From Brach's ! Women'* Fellowship The Congregational Women's Fellowship will meet Thursday afternoon, December 6, at the church, fcuth circle Will be in charge of the 1:15 luncheon. Harriet Schlichting Will present the program "The Legends of Christmas Carols." • Mrs Justine Becker of Wesley announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Betty, above, to Vernon Berte, son of Mr and Mrs Alphonse Berte of St. Joe. The wedding will take place Jan. 2 in St. Joseph's church at Wesley Betty is presently employed a' the Iowa Slate Bank. Vernor. farms with his • father near St. Joe. Ditsv.'orth - Rochleau PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER -^"'•' -•• *""• ALGTJNAG Coming SUNDAY " FOR SALE 2 RUSCO WINDOWS on display rick selling Jo replace with color window*. 7 Different Sty lit DOOR HOODS On Display Used wooden window* it" to 44" wide, 43" io 70" high, Kossuth't Largest Distributor of New fc Used Window*. See Fri,, or Sat. at 118 So. Dodge St, CHAS. R. MILLER Ruse* Sales It Settle* The Season's Top Comedy! You can go -thataway, thisaway, thitherv and even yon, ^ but-for dang sure... Lynda Ditsworth, daughter oi Mr and Mr.s Harry Ditsworth and Robjrt Hochleau, .son of Mr and Mrs Chtrincc Kochleau of Al- i'.or.a, vi'l'i; united in Holy Matrimony in a double ring ceremony at I he- Trinity Lutheran church vnig evening at ? o'clock Rev. Luther Lot-sell of- I'iciiiti'd. Tti<: bride wore a street-length dri^:-; t.il off-while embossed cut- Ion. She wore a corsage of ;> pink carnation encircled with tiny rosebuds. Matron of honor v.vs Gloria Rochleau and groom's attendant. Gene Rochleau. A reception was held in the home :jf Mr I'.nd Mrs Albert P'.T- -./-.nde following the ceremony Mr and Mrs Rochclau left Satur- rl-iy evening. December 1 for ijli ii'i-ilr. Calif., where he j.= stationed in the Marinu Corps. Mrs Ted Fuch.sen und Mrs A. N. fcirpt'lciing, cliairladies, an- nounre Hie monthly luiuhcon at St. Cecelia's Academy hall or. Thm-.vl.-iv. Dec. U. The menu include.-; baked ham, DeJ Monaco |K>!iiU>i' . cole .<la\v, pickles, jelly. ,..!!• j - .p-i- n 1 : 1 ^' p (r ;in d ruffc'. ^::i^ :i!-: . L'J'.J :tt Jl:00 a ui. (neither can JUNE ALLYSON and! JACK LEMMON, in the funniest movie in rrtaybe twenty years I) GIFT BUYS JUST A FEW HINTS TO WISE SHOPPERS! SPECIAL! 6 PC. Steak Knife Set Unconditionally guaranteed Sheffield stainless steel blades.made in England. Simulated stag handles. Serrated edges ___ • ••29* 2. \ Jumbo Fryer Cooker A 10-in-l hrvrnhold appliance! Almost 6 q!. cooking capacity. Aluminum colander type basket, and sides vcr evzr. heat. Complete with electric cord and.glass cover 8-Pc. TV SNACK SET SPECIAL! Four plates and four cups in clear crystal with snow flake design. Perfect for lunch, tea or TV COFFEE WARMER Heal proof 12 cup Pyrex glass coffee bottle. Attractive braes handle and stand. Candle and glass candle holder .**« t*«*M 2.98 BATH MAT SET SPECIAL! Made of thick close-set chenille tufting in a beautiful overlay pattern. Colors to harmonize with most any bath room DRESSER SET A beautiful practical gift to please every lady. 3-piece set, comb, brush and mirror with lovely metallic A QA finish Ci9V CHRISTMAS CARDS 21 beautiful assorted cards wilh envelopes, You'll find cards to suit everyone on your A I list *" Boxes I Cologne & Soap Set Beautifully gift boxed. Hand painted girls' head soap. 2 oz. bottle "My Favorite Girls" sweet scent CJ I cologne ._ $ I Plus 5% Tax Plush Toy Bears SPECIAL! Adorable, fluffy soft fine quality plush bears. Well-stuffed, securely sewn and richly colored. |M 'Pastel bepr, honey bear or panda. ¥• Lb. Box Chocolates SPECIAL ! Queen Anne's finest quality chocolates in brightly decorated holiday box. A big assortment of delicious •§ milk and dark chocolates ______ !(

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