The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1956 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1956
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Tuesday, Ooeomber 11, 1956 Algono (ia.) Upper D«» Malnei-3 Commission Radar Named For Algona Youth Tlif destroyer t'scort UHS IJiir- finl was commissioned in core- inoiiios iit H:IH) p.m., Friday, Dec. 7, in Hie Miire Island NnvuJ Bust' 'I'lio romini.s.sieming of lliis lutt'.sl addition tu the; JU'tive Hoot fell on UK- iimiiversiiry of the Pcnirl llnrb:»r 'attack in 1941. The commissioning rilc-s) won dirwlocl by Reur Admiral Jolin H, USISf, Commandant o. 11 u/ Twelfth Naval District, Who i.s also Commander, U. S. Navu' Base, Mare Island. Captain (ieurj>o L. Shane, USN, Com- iiK.ncltr, Submarine Force, U. S. I'ut'ilic Flout, Administration. Mure.- Island and Mare Islam, Group, Pacific Reserve Fleet, wa.-; tin- commissioning officer. l.ieultriiant Commander llarr.\ K. Citi-ter, USN, of Los Aiij;eie: will assume command of lh< Dm an I. The commissioning address was jliven l>y Kt-ar Admiral Martin J. Lawrence, USN, Communat ul Hie Mare Island Naval Ship yard, umler whose jurisdictior this .ship is complelin" a twelve moiitli conversion project to a radar picket siiip. The Duran ia the third and last of tin.- Shipyard's current conversion program. | The IJ LI runt is named in honor of Kenneth W. (Chick) Uuranl, Pharmacists Matt- ,'VC, USN, win. was born in Algona,' Iowa ami was killed in 'action on Novem bei 3. UH'J. This youny Pliarmacists Mate wa.s serving with the Second Hattalion, Kitth Maiines, during action against enemy Japanese fnrct'S on Guadalcanal, Novem- Ijcr 3, l!)4:i. and was killed when administering aid to wounUuci Maiines in an otfensive action, lie received the Silver S.'uu Medal • posthumously for citns- picious gallantrv. The ship was built in Houston, Texas in 1943 and was spoasoied by Mrs Solomon H. Durant, mother of the Pharmacists Mate. Following the commissioning she made eight trans-Atlantic t seort crossings to ihe North African ports. After the war the J'uiant was decjinmissionod bill was reactivated in 19J2 when she W;LS loaned to the Coast Guard li.r a Weather Station Ship, li HIT>4 she was again placed out o: ccnnnigsion ami arrived in Man Islan.t about a year ago for he conversion and third commission uig which significantly conies u; Ihe anniversary of Pearl Harbor Destroyer escart radar ships nev\ Ban- are integral parts of thi Racial- Warning Network serving the Joint Command of Continenta 1 ! Air Defense. This Radar Network consists of shipborne and siiun radar installations which hav't been established to provide .tin nation with Distant. Karly Wa>n ing (DEW) of (lie approach of tin friendly aircl'alt and vessels. ;. New Cars Have Good Sales Week New cars and trucks continued to sell well in tiiiT'cbuniy during the past two weeks, wufi a lutai. of 3ti Veil ides registered at lilt couiuy treasurer's olfjfce. Owners 'and make* of vehicles arc; '- tota — We-lp's .Hatchery croft (2); Mrs Harold Fisher. Hweu City; Uou Martin, truck, Swta City; Jolin T. McUuire Co., pickup, Algona; George Eden, Bancroft; Uoy VolVick, Swea City;; Anna Stfbriu, Algona; Druggists' Mutual itu. Co., Algona; frefc Panrikuk, Lakola; aiut Joivh v.}.rii!St.'. l,akola. 6lds — Anna M. Schmidt, Ot- los'tn; olid H. tl. ,M(.-yer, Wliille- more. , :•• Chevrolet — Gerald Kramers- •neiej',' bwuu City; Rev. Max Uoldman, Titonka; K. • E., llih/., Bancroft; O. D. Brandt, Ledyard; M. F. Schroe'der, Lakota, iviaynard Kueck, pickup, Algona; Burt Co-Op Elevator, Burt; Maynard Hurlburt, Swea City; F. C. Ti«ges, Burt; H. E. Rachut, Burt; Bob Buyer, Bancroft; and Mrs Ernest Rosseisen, Fenton. Chrysler — J. E. Ukena & Co., Lakota. Nash — M. H. Fain, Algona. International — Hilton Sinclair Serv., Algona. Dodge — V. W. We-nger, Wesley: and Herman (Jubjl, Swe;. City. Ponliac — D. D. Ludwig, Al gona; anil Joseph A. Kline,' Ti tonka. Cadillac — Everds Bros., Al- tfona. -.' Buick — K. D. Keith, Algona and Charle.s L. McVay, Ah;ona. Mercury — Fi iedolf Soiterb.'rg Burt. Indonesia officially became at. independent republic, when it was released from Dutch control in UI4!). MOTORS Visit Us At Our NEW LOCATION Former Brandt Buick Building Across From Courthouse Due In The Latter Part Of This Week! And Worth The Trip To See 1957 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 1957 CHRYSLER SARATOGA 1957 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER Now On Our Floor — 1957 DE SOTO SPORTSMAN You Can Still Call 595 And Get J & L MOTORS In The Former Brandt Buick Building WEATHER PREDICTION: Now Re Fair and Sunny This week on Graham's fashion Balcony . . . With Unexpected Fashion Flurries . . . Inter-mixed With Rainbows of Sparkling Cotars Followed by n Downpour of Fascinating Fabrics Our 7th Annual in oni rriodd We're turning the calendar upside down! , . , we're shooting the works! . . . we're bringing you our Annual June in January Jubilee, featuring wonderful Vicky Vaughn and Toni Todd spirit-lifters nl the perfect little price of $8.981 So much fashion news in these' stunning frocks you can wear for Christmas, you can give for gifts, you can still be wearing next June! Come to Graham's first thing tomorrow and see for yourself! Vicky Vaughn's '.' Calypso" fits as J hough made for you clone, poufs at the hips into a beautiful billow of skirl. A washday boon, no wrinkles. Red, navy, periwinkle, turquoise, ol\vc or brown. Sizes 7 to 15 - What A Lift For Winter- •-Attractives -GpposJtcs-f Sheath and Shirtdress Because Variety breeds wardrobe versatility, Toni Todd presents Iwo very pretty s'.des of fashion '57. Tho bolero'd shealh. sleek end chtc, crisped w ; )h while — the bolero, beautifully bordered with lace. In Burlington's Hnen-loolc rayon. Navy, cornflower h'ue, brown, roral, avocado or charcoal. Sizes 12 to 20 and 12'/2 to 2?, l , 2 . The petcl embroidered sm'rtdrass, feminine and festive wilh a blossoming skirt. In Cohama's "Reno" lustre- textured weavj oi cotton and acetate. Apricot blue, aqua, tpast. cherry or silver. Sizes 10 to 18 Weary Wardrobes! Many, Many More Styles Besides Those Pictured Here! Mad Whirl, Cotton with 3-Season Career The incredibly flattering long line, with empire molded bod-ca to make it even more wonderful. A treasure of a dress — very spring-touched with white Hrdsi/o p ;qu? overcoLer and margins. J. P. Sievens slay-frssh Highland Park, Bocar.o crisp, shadov/ s'ripo ccilon. Washable and you'll love the way ii v.on'i wnr.kle. Charcoal, red, brown c.- grcei.. Sizes 7 !o 15 Heartbreaker — For Romantic Plans Our polka princess, with a talent for making your figure perfect! Love lettered with Veniso lace, in a cloud of full, full skirt. Vicky Vaughn does it in cotton with a beautiful new twist — delightfully crease-resistant. Navy, brown, rose, perwinkle or gold. Sizes 7 to 15 ahams ^^f^m^^^ ALL AT ONE TINY LOW PRICE Satin Stripe Flowering Bateau The happiest ne-vs in print — a light, lyrical sort of dress. Toni Todd uses vine-covered stripas to your advantage in a becomingly, smooth bodice utop an airborne skirt of pleats, adds a silk 'kerchief. Wamsutta'a woven rayon stripe 'International Flower' print, washable and crease resistant. Blue, pink, lilac or gold on white. Sizas 10 to 18 Soft Capelet Sheath Prettiest pouring of the season—Ton! Todd's liquid line ehealh capitalizes on femininity with its enhancing cape collar gentled by lace garlands, a sissy streamer tie. In Fuller's Fabric's 'Candora', pima cotton and Cuptonl with a silken look and touch. Washes without a caro, resists wrinkles. Sunset red, powder blue, coral, beige, avocado or lime. Sizes 10 to 20. Flirtation — Checks In For Big Springtime Just checking up on the prettiest junior size cotton in sight — made that much prettier by Vicky Vaughn with a deep-cut picture collar and beau-catcher sleeves, Loop the loops splashed over J. P. Stevens combed woven gingham check, a washable won't wrinkle fabric. Orange, black, turquoise, blue, pink or brown with white checks. Sue* 7 to 15 WWM

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