The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 4, 1956
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ft~A!ecno (le.) Uppfcf DM Moine* Tuesday, December 4, 1956 Xmas Parties At Wesley On Dec.5&6 Wesley — The American Legion Auxiliary will have their annual Christmas party Thursday evening. December 6. They Will have a 50 cent gift exchange. A pot luck lunch will be served followed by an evening's entertainment. Mary Roiling, Joan Johnson and Jeannine Ackerson are on the serving committee. Clara Hauptman, Beatrice Hildman and Lizzie Hildman are on the enter tainment committee. Parly Dec 5 The C.D.A.'s will hold its annual Christmas party Wednesday evening, December 5. They will have a 50 cent gift, exchange Servers will be Bernadine Hamilton, Rosemary Dornbier. Pauline Pfeffer. Francis Weber, Edna Koppen and Staeia Richtsmeicr. On the entertainment committee are Mar.jorie Becker. Mildred Arndorfer, Blanche Rasmussen, Josie Gouge, Marcella Stnder. Clara Haverly. Eileen Johnson, Minnie Studer. Mary Weber, Rita Youngwirth and Maxine Studcr Hospital News A baby boy was born to Mi and Mrs Cletus West, November 21. He has been named Michael Jon. Mother and baby were brought home Sunday, November 25 from the Britt hospital. Mrs Julius Monson was brought home Wednesday from St. Ann hospital, Algona. where she had been a patient two days. Mrs John Stratton, 63, of Sexton, formerly of Wesley, was a patient in St Ann hospital, Algona, last week. Santa Coming Dec. 22 The Lion's "Club met Wednesday evening in the Methodist church parlors with president Jack Lickteig presiding. Plans were made for the appearance of Santa Claus on Saturday afternoon; December 22. He will have treats for all the kiddies. School Class Parties The Sophomore class of the public school had a theater party at Algona Tuesday evening. They were transported over in the school bus by Bill Loebig and chaperoned by Coach Dennis Carlson. The Freshman class had a class party in the school gym Wednesday evening. Sulx-Us 500 Club Mr and Mrs John Muehe entertained their Sutz - Us 500 card club Tuesday evening, Nov. 27. Mr and Mrs Ed Hymes v are new members of the club. Mr Hymes received high score prize, Mrs Albert Lickteig, low score prize, and Albert Lickteig, travel prize. Mr and Mrs Clarence Nelson were guests. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker will entertain the group Thursday evening, December 6. Show Japanese Slides • Rev. and Mrs James Beasley, who are home on furlough from Yokosuka, Japan gave interesting talks on their mission work, at the Evangelical Free Church , Wednesday evening and at the Upper Flat Church Tuesday evening. Their mission field includes the American navy base as well as native churches and they showed pictures and curios of Japan. -The couple were supper guests in the Cliff Carlson home. New Arrivals Anthony Edward was born to Mr and Mrs Paul Schmidt ol Lohrville. Nov. 24. Mr and Mrs A. N. Riehtsmeier are the maternal grandparents. Jan Marie was born to Mr and Mrs Alvin Becker, Nov. 15. Ruth Mary was born to Mr and Mrs Benny Studer, November 11. Paul Allen was born to Mr and Mrs "Pat" Rasmussen, November 16. Jocelyn Marie was born to Mr and Mrs Joe Krieps, November 17. Mr and Mrs Donovan Studer are proud parents of their second child, Lawrence James w h o made his appearance November 22. Are Club Hosts Mr and Mrs Tony Brown entertained their 500 club Sunday evening, November 25. Mr and Mrs Allen Wagner won the high score prizes; Mr and Mrs Vernon Plathe, low score prizes and Mrs Plathe, travel prize. Mr and Mrs Plathe will entertain the group Sunday evening, December 16. Mrs Kenneth Haverly and Mrs Hugh Haverly wereiservers Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 21, at the meeting of the Catholic Mission- ionary Society . Twelve large boxes of donated clothing were packed by the women and have been sent to the needy in the European Relief drive. The Catholic Missionary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon, December 5th. Mrs Mary Siefert accompanied Mr and Mrs Carl Ludwig to Britt Tuesday of last week to shop. Mrs H. H. Flom was honored on her 86th birthday Thursday afternoon by a group of neighbor women who came in for an afternoon with her. They brought and served a luncheon. Mrs Flom's birthday was on Wednesday. Th* Junior Class play, "They Tb#t A W*y", will be sentfed Tuesday evening, December 4 in the public school auditorium. » Mrs George Vit/thum entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 28. Minnie and Nell Frimml and Mrs Reese Martin were guests. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meineke of Jefferson came Wednesday, Nov. 28. to get their young son Steven, who had been cared for here by his grandparents. Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber and by the Harold Webers while his parents", visited relatives at Canton, Ohio 10 days. Mr and i\|rs Hans Beenken and family attended the wedding of their sun and brother Clarence Beenken and Janan Hellie of Albert Lea. Minn. Saturday evening. Nov. 24, at the Lutheran church near Clark Grove, Minn. Harriet Beenken was a bridesmaid. Mrs N .F. Weber accompanied her son Harold Weber and his son Don to Mason City Wednesday on business. Ethel Flom. Mrs Mary Rockwood and Mrs Magdalene Bleich, teachers at the public school attended a county council dinner at LuVerne Wednesday evening. November 28. W. R. Hamilton of Mnson City was guest speaker. Four officers from the Prairie Pals and four from the Wesley Wizards 4-H clubs attended a training school in the Algona high school annex Saturday afternoon, Dec. 1. Bernard Erdman -of Cedar Rapids spent several days last week with his mother, Mrs Paul Erdman and with sister, Mrs Eldon Devereaux ami family. Mrs Del Rogness and Mrs Paul Warner were hostesses to the Evangelical Free Ladies Aid Wednesday at the church. Mrs F. 'A. Webb was ill with flu last week and under the doe- tor's care. A number of youngsters have been sick with measles. Mrs Oliver Young and Rupert spent Wednesday in Mason City with her grandson Keith Young and family. Mr and Mrs Fred Scefeldt left Monday, Nov. 19 by train for San Juan. Texas, to spend the winter months in their trailer home there. Mr and Mrs Russell Swanson and Mitchell were Sunday, Nov. 25 guests in the Carl Pals home at Britt. The occasion was the first birthday anniversary of Dennis Pals which was Nov. 27. Mr and Mrs Bill Hrubes and Wilma joined a group of- relatives Sunday evening at. the Albert Katurn home at Duncan to honor ;he latter couple's 20th wedding anniversary. Harold Seifert, son of Mrs Mary Seifert, has returned from towa City where he had been lospitalized. He is staying at ;he home of a sister in Mason ity. Mr and Mrs Vec Mullin are spending several weeks visiting friends *and relatives in this area. TlYey will leave about the ?irst of the year for southern Missouri, where they will spend he winter in their trailer house, in which they are traveling from their home ,at Cass Lake, Minn. VICTIM A series of anti-rabies injections is being given Mrs Eldon Krueger, of Crcsco, after she wa.s attacked and bitten on the ankle by a skunk as she stepped out of her house. The family dog killed the skunk, which was found to be rabid. Community Fund Drive, Swea City/ Is Falling Short Swea City _— Solicitors for funds for the local Community Chest wore out last week and it appojirs the goal of $1215 will nut be met this year. Gifford Smith, secretary of the committee, estimates the fund may be short a possible Z0' : 'c. The collectors include Gerald Swnlyc with Tony Anderson, for district 1, Gifford Smith and Geoi;;e Seller, district. TI: Leonard Peterson and Harold Opsal for district III, Leonard Appleqnisl and Fred Alward, district IV. A. B. Tweeten and Wayne Christensen. district V, A. J. Bilsborough and T. Gabby, district VI, Helen Nelson and Florence Sanftner, district VII, Gladys Hanson and Dora Anderson, 'district VIII. Ed E. Stewart is collector for the school, and Wayne Griffith for the Swea City Produce Co. Civic Chrislmas Plans The Commercial Club made plans for the Christmas season at the November meeting, Monday, voting to give away $800 in prizes to adults and children. The children will register at business places which have a Commercial Club sign at the door. The prizes will be passed out December 22. There will be free movies on Dec. 15. and Dec. 22. Santa Clans will appear Dec. 15. The Farmers Elevator will stage a free movie Dec. 8. There will be an instrumental music concert at the Swea City school gymnasium, Wednesday night, Dec. 5 at 8 o'clock, with no admission charge. The Music Boosters club will serve lunch after the concert. Rites Friday At Bancroft For Jane Perkins Bancroft — Funeral services were held in the First Baptist Church here Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Mrs Jane Perkins. The Rev. Leonard Robinson officiated at the services. Mrs Perkins died at a Brainerd, Minn, hospital, following an illness of several weeks. Mrs Perkins was a sister of Mrs Frank Ditsworth, Mrs Alfred Ditsworth and Mrs E. J. Seeney of Bancroft. Fuchs Funeral Home was in charge of the services. The C. D. of A. held its Christmas party in St. John's Hall Tuesday, December 4. The rosary was recited in church at 7:15. There was also an exchange of gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Miss Jean Welp, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Welp, became the brid'e of Donald Hixon of Des Moines. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. H. Schultes. Miss Welp has been employed in Des Moines ancl after a short weddiry* trip will make her home in Des Moines. Mr and Mr:> John Bergman and Mr ancl Mrs Lawrence Bergman attended the 'funeral of their nun), Mrs George Johnson of Titonka Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Stanley Hatlosted are parents of a son born las* Saturday at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. They also have one daughter and two sons. Mr and Mrs Albert McCarthy left this week to make their winter home in Texas. Not just a gas station.. • a SERVICE station! services designed to make out station YOUR stftionl O A CLEAN WINDSHIELD! We take great pride in keeping all your wlndowi tpolless. Just on* • mong many tervicet that are completely automatic the minut* your ear's wheels touch our drivel O BATTERY CHECKI We like to make sure your cat never leti you down. And, iince your car slarls with the battery, we check it thoroughly — so you know it'* ready for action. Q RADIATOR! It only takes a second tomaVf •ure your radiator's full. ll'» •n important service that'* •ften overlooked in ordinary •lotions. O TIRE CHECKI low lirei can cause untold trouble, inconvenience and wear. Thct's why we're alwayi on the lookout for under* Inflation — check tirti when, •ver necessary) 0 OIL UVEL! No need to worry about run* ring low on oil and into costly engine repairs. We'll be glad to check your oil and make sura it's at a safe level. Com* in today for Super Service and a tank full of SKfllY SUPRlMf with KfOTANE SCOBBA'S SKELLY SERVICE Phont 711 Corner State & Colby Streets Algona lAMOND'S SURPLUS QUALITY-VALUE-BUDGET PRICES Mens Warm Winter Caps 98c up Styles for dress or work. Mens 100% -Wool Coat Sweater 4.88 With pockets, neat button front. MENS ORLON SWEATERS 2.88 A soft, warm long- sleeved sweater with neat V-neck collar . . . and made of ihat super-Orion that can be washed over and over. In new colors, all sizes Fruit of Loom T-Shirts, Shorts 69c Ed. 3 for $2.05 These are top quality garments. Kids Western BELT & BUCKLE 88c Western style made of steerhide. Sizes 20 to 28. Boys or Girls HOOD PARKAS 7.87 Wool quilt lining— fur trimmed adjustable hood—hidden wristlets. 7-Piece Screw- Driver Set 77c Swell gift for thai handy man—seven different size screwdrivers in set. Men's Leather Dress Gloves 2.69 Imported capeskin with nylon stitching and nylon lined Mens Flannel Sport Shirts 1.99 S-M-L Machine washable — latest patterns, colors—$3.00 val. Mens Argyle Dre$s Anklets 3 Prs. 1.37 Heavy cotton — reg. 79c per pair. Mens Dress BOMBER JACKET 10.99 18-oz. serge wool outer with 100% wool quilt lining. Mens Reversible JACKETS 6.99 Mens Nylon STRETCH SOX 2 Prs. 89c Nationally - Adv., regularly $1.00 per pair quality. Men's Turtle-Neck Tee Shirts $1 A good heavyweight, long sleeve shirt in red, grey, or blue. :.lils'lll':ilM Mens Dan River SPORT SHIRTS 2.95 Wonderful array of plaids, stripes, sol- idsj, Dan River wrink|-shed fabric. 100% Orion Sleeping Bags 9.99 For that Boy Scout —or outdoor fellow. 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Mens Fur-Lined Dress Gloves 4.95 100% Wool Blanket $4 Approx. four Ibs. weight. Reg. $6.99. Dupont Nylon with zipper. Waterproof inside. Shave Kits 1.39 Dupont Nylon with zipper. Waterproof inside. Come To Diamond's & See Our Complete Stock of LUGGAGE For Less! Men's Work Socks 10 pr. 2.44 Random style work socks. Give him 10 pairs 1 O'SHOES 5-Buckle 5.99 4-Buckle 4.99 2-Buckle 3.99 The rugged kind for rugged wear. „ I GIFTS FOR FISHERMEN I We Have Terrific Buys Now on RODS and REELS Our Complete Stock Reduced Now For Fast Clearance So Come and Pick Up Those Gifts for Fishermen GIFTS FOR OUTDOORSMEN i We Have Complete Camping Equipment Here TINTS FROM $5.95 To $59.95 Come and Select a Guaranteed Gift For The Sportsman Across From Postoffice DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE Across From Postoffice

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