Runchey Golden Wedding Mr ahd Mrs William Runchey of Algona are celebrating their Golden Wedding anniversary iSun- day, Dec. 16, at the Algona Methodist church. They arc pictured above. Relatives, friends :and neighbors are invited tn attend open house between 2 and 5 o'clock. There will be a brief program at 2:lS p.m. They request no gifts. (Photo by Glenn — UDM engraving). LOCALS ftoyal Neighbor Lodge will moot Wednesday evening. Dec. 12, at the Moose Lodge hall at 7:45 p.m. All officers are 1o be present and secret sisters will be revealed. Robert Harms, son of Mr and Mrs Glenn Harms spent his between quarters vacation here \vith.his parents. He is 11 student lit Warlbur.q college, Wav- crly. Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan have returned from DOS Aloines where they went In visit their son-in- law and diiushter, Mr and Mrs James Rasley and family. Carol Ann, 2. and James Jr.. who was born November 1(5. They were sponsors at the baptism Sunday, Dei-ember 2. James M u r t a g h underwent major surgery Friday at the Tucson Medical Center. Tucson, Ariz., and reports are. that he is doiim as well as can be expected following such surgery. He had received 22 transfusions and his condition bec-mie such that immediate surgery was necessary. His aunt. Mabel Cratty lives in Tucson and has been looking after the two small sons while Mrs Murta.ah spent much of the time with her husband. Mr and Mrs Ralph Miller and (lie latter's mother, Mrs L. G. Thompson of P'stherville are leaving Friday for Brownsville, Tex., where they will spend the winter. They will also rponrl- some time in Mexico City. Mrs James Merryman was at 3Rochestei> Minn., recently and had a periodic check-up at Ihe Mayo clinic. She was met at Albert Lea. Minn., by Mr Merryman and sons and nil visited Mr and Mrs James Gurwell and family, former residents here. Dorothy Hagg was visited Saturday by Merna Lou Latch of Spencer who was enroute home from Cedar Falls where she is a student at the Iowa State. Teacher? College. The parents are Mr and Mrs Nyle Latch, former residents here and Merna Lou is spending her between quarter? vacation with them. IF If'S NEWS WE WAlfT IT Chfistmai * Shopper! WESTERNAUTO TABLE AND PORTABLE RADIOS . . , And the Best in TELEVISION For Christmas . . . An Expert TV Man Mere to Talk With You and Guaranteed TV Service, too t Open House Saturday At lone Rock Elev. Office The Lone Rock Exchange Co. will realize a longtime hope, Saturday, pec. 15, when open house will be held at Ihe newly constructed elevator office at Lone Rock. The Felco people of Fort Dodge, with which organization the Lone Rock Elevator is associated, will also be on hand with representatives to welcome visitors. As a special open house treat, every ton of feed, fertilizer or seed or merchandise purchased lhat day will bring a rebate of 2% in silver dollars. There will also be dressed turkeys as door prizes, and coffee will be served. Lorenz Geitzenauer is manager of the Lone Rock elevator. , Nutria fur is obtained from the beaver-like coypu, a native of the Andes in,South Amqrica. SATURDAY - 11:30 P.M. - MIDNITE SHOW ALGONA© . "Shades of Bridey Murphy!" Do You Believ* In Hypnotism ? '"'. BEWARE! THESE ARE THE EYES OF A HYPNOTIST! EDWARD G. ROBINSON shocks tlit screen awake fa Mrs Lonergcm Passes Monday Mi's Ann Lonergan, 80, mother of Mrs Tim O'Brien of Algona, died last night at St. Ann hospital, whore she had been a patient for several days. Her body was taken to New Hampton, the family'home, jifter preliminary arrangements W<MV handled here by Hamilton Funeral Home. Funeral for Mrs Lonergan has tentatively been set for Thursday morning at New Hampton. » NOTJCE.JPF ''AMENDMENT ARTICLES OF CORPORATION OF THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Notice is hereby given that nt n meeting of the stockholders of Thompson Distributing Company of Algona, Iowa, the Articles of Incorporation were amended to authorl/o capital stock in the amount of $250,000.00 to be fully paid when issued. Dated' December 5, 1056. THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY ' of AlfioiKi, Iowa By. A. F. Thompson, Pre.slde.n (Published Dec. 11, 18 and 24, 1!)5G and January it. 11)57, in The Alu<: (Iowa) Upper DCS Moines) ALCONA^v THURSDAY - DEC. 20 (Continuous From 1:00 P.M.) ALGONA MERCHANTS FREE THEATRE PARTY • Get Your Free Tickets At 'These Business Firms: ALGQNAtp TUESDAY Thru THURSDAY Algona Refrigeration Algona Floor Service Beecher Lane Appliances Botsford Lumber Co. The Chrischilles Store Coast to Coast Cowan Building Supply The Elk Cleaners Finn's Bakery Foster Furniture Fowler's Hall-Strahorn Hdw. and Zender's Harrison's Variety Honsbruch Rexall Drug Hutzell's Iowa State Bank Kossuth Radio 8t TV Langmack's Super Variety Miller's Steel Building Company F. S. Norton .&t Son Shilts Shoe Store Sorensen Grocery Viking Oil Co. Clothiers - AND ON THE SCREEN THURSDAY ONLY - DEC. 20 From'Kenya to the Congo., the greatest is Odongo! ClNEMAScoPE: $| coi« by TECHNICOLOR THE TRUE AND IMMORTAL STORY OF INDIAN AGENT JOHN PHILIP CLUM! He faced the war-lusting fury of Geronimo....' alone I CINEMASCOPE TECHNICOLJOR WAWOUD IJll •Urrinc AUDIE MURPHY ANNE BANCROFT • PAT CROWLEY :tf£«imtrafm OPTS MEN'S SURCOATS Values Up To $14,95 MIT GIFT BUY 3 for a man at a hot low price 1 0/4 length sur- coats,, gabardine or nylon fleece, full wool quilt linings. Solid colors. SPORT SHIRTS ALL NEW . . . fresh fabrics, glowing colors, Italian collar cuts, etc. Every shirt machine washable. Sixes 14 to 17'/ 2 1.59 4o 5.8J S-T-R-E-T-C-H SOX Men want 'em . . . cause there's nothing else like 'em. They stretch in all directions, fit all feet snug as a glove. $1.00 values "2 PRS. 89c 3-PIECE LUGGAGE SET Attractive vinyl covered luggage, leather reinforced, interiors lined. 3-piece set includes 21 and 26 inch cases, plus train case, all for $17.88. 17.88 COMING SUNDAY Every Daughter Should See ft! TEENAGE REBEL GINGER ROGERS • MICHAEL RENNIE | MENS SHOCKPROOF WATCH Thinnest On The Market ! 17.95 plus tax 17-jev/el ultra-sonic, shockproof, waterproof, sweep second hand, unbreakable crystal, main spring, balance staff. GUARANTEED for 3 years against cleaning or oiling. $14.95 Value! REVERSIBLE JACKETS Not all colors and not all sizes — but "sweet" gift values if the one you want CIS QA is here vWiSJSI DIAMOND'S I SURPLUS STORE | Across From Postoffice | To Please Her Most On Give Her CAXAKUXC Gas Built In Cooking Units Here's What Mrs Phil Diamond Says: See The Cute and Unusual D/e$ses Bouffant Slips Jeweled Sweaters at llva ft Jtiiits's Tb» littU Sho? Qn $trt»t NO. 9 OF A SERIES MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE USING CALORIC || GAS BUILT-INS - AND HERE'S WHY! | * There is no worry about broiling with oven door open. * You have the added con- M venience of eye-level visibility of controls which can be either manual or automatic, rm * There is automatic oven control. * Automatic lighting of all burners — no matches, * Door panels of bright or satin metal finish — or porcelain enamel in white, black three pastel colors. * Signal light to indicate when oven reaches a desired temperature. * Non-jarring, balanced action oven door. * Heavy, thick Fiberglass insulation. II Whether You're Remodeling, Building New or Trading Ranges There Is a Caloric Gas Built-in For Your Kitchen Prices Are No Higher Than A Regular Gas Range! LET US SHOW YOU HOW EASY IT IS TO BUY CALORIC GAS COOKING UNITS! The Diamonds just moved into their new home on South Main Street, so they have barely had time to really test their new Caloric built- ins which are shown above with Mrs Diamond and M-month-old daughter, Marcie. But Joan says she already likes the separate broiler compartment below the oven, and has enjoyed watching cookies bake through the oven window. And another convenient feature, she says, is the all-porcelain interior which is so easy to clean. All the pieces come apart and can be removed from the oven for cleaning. She chose the satin metal finish, one of the most popular of the several different finishes available. Thermogas Co. of Algona Phone 16 - Algona So. Phillips St.
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