The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1956 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1956
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Clarence Beenken, Titonka A Bridegroom, Albert Lea PLANTATION BALLROOM WHlTTEMQttE, !OWA Friday, Dec, 14 ANDY DOLL Surtday, Dec. 16 BOB CALAME Friday, Dec. 21 Jolly Lumberjacks Sunday, Dec. 23 DON SHAW — .„..„...,.,..,,„.. ;,.. i Tuesday, Dec. 25 (Chriitrnas Dance) DON HOY No Advance Booth Reservation* — Doors ' Open at 8:30 FRI., DEC. 14th LEO aRECO And His Pioneers SAT., DEC. 15th- JULES HERMAN And Orchestra Make plans now to attend one of the Gala New Year's Eve Parties. WED.. DEC. 26th TEENS PARTY 8:30 to 12:00 BOB WHITE & ORCH. Parents Invited Guests FRI., DEC. 28th Old Timers New Years Parly ANDY DOLL and Ridge Riders Having also yovir N.Y.E. Favors SAT., DEC. 29 HANK SCHOOLEY and Orch. MON:, DEC. 31st \ Now Yeafs Eve HENRY CHARLES & Orch. Conra Early and Stay Late. See Old Year Out and the New In. Pick up your hats and Leis as you come in — Blow-outs - Noise Makers Balloons, etc. • Received just before 12. " TUES., JAN. 1st Your New Years Treat ON THE HOUSE PARTY MID-WEST CARAVAN Reservations Available For All Dates Listed Wesley — Citrence Floyd Beenken, son of Mr and Mrs Hans Bcehken, was married to Janar. Carol Hellie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Verrion E. Hellie of Albert L,ea, Minn., Saturday, Nov. 24, at the East Freeborn Lutheran church at Albert Lea. Rev. C S. Pederson perlormed the double rang ceremony. The bride Wore a floor-lengtl gbwn of white Crystalette with long sleeves, close fitting boctici and full skirt. Her french illusion veil was attached to a jeweleci semi-crown. .She carried white roses and wore pearl earrings, given her by the groom. Marlene.A. Pederson, Minnea polls, was the maid of honor M&rjorie Hell ie, Minneapolis, and Harriet' Beenken of Albert Lea were bridesmaids. Linda. Hellie, sister of the bride? s Was junior bridesmaid. Arthur and Kenneth Beenken, brothers of the groom, and Robert Nelson of Albert Lea were groomsmen. Ushers were John Stadhelm, Al.- bert Lea nnd Duane Beenken. James 1 Skiff of Albert Lefe was junior groomsman. Mrs Qleon Moen was organist. Rev. C. Scriver Pedersor and Mrs Pederson both sang solos. : A reception . for 200 relatives and friends was held in UK church parlors following the ceremony. Mrs Melvin Hellie, aunt of the bride, was dining room hostess Mrs Cur'tis Nelson, Albsrt Lea cut the cake and Mrs Ted Hcllit and Mrs Herbert Hellie served the cake. The three are aunts 01 the bride. Mrs Don Skiff, also an aunt of the bride, and Mrs John B. Johnson poured. Mrs Jean Godtland had charge of the guest book. Mrs Truman Olson, .Verlene Nelson, LaVonne Teigen and Mary Ellen Lapinsko, all of Albert Lea took care of the gifts. Myrna Commick, New Ulm and Barbara Layore, Albert Lea assisted the bride. Donna Benson of Austin, Minn.; Mary Ann Bai'tlett, Albert Lea; and Carol Kattke, Austin, helped serve refreshments. Following a two week:; trip to Colorado and Arizona the couple will live near Wesley. She is a graduate of Albert Lea High school ahd Nacve hospital school of nursing. The groom is a graduate of Titonka High school, served t\vo years in the army and is engaged in farming. Doan By AArs Lee Kiley Mr and Mrs Earl Zeigler ana two sons were Suturda" evening, Dec. 1, visitors at the Harvey Larson home. Mr and Mrs Chester Sill called at the Lee Kilev home last Friday .norning, Nov. 29. Mr and Mjvs John Jenriings were supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Canada\ on Thursday evening, Nov. 29. The Doan W.S.C.S. .--i at the UNION IG SMIT 0m* TXN CoiUr OMpPoclwUWith S*P«rati PwcilSlot -Button Down Fl»M Ttptrtd to R«mov« t»c«« Have You Been In To Shake Hands With "BIG SMITH ?" Well, not that exactly . . . but have you visited the new BIG SMITH Men's Department at Graham's yet? Hundreds did on opening days, and we'd sure like you to sse just what a whale of a set-up we have for you here. BIG SMITH is located in Graham's Downstairs Store, and boyl what a lot of men's gift ideas this spot offers! Be seein' yuh! - BIG SMITH Congratulation!! to the winners of our BIG SMITH Grand Opening Door Prizes — Harold Thill. Algona; Harold Martinck. Wesley; Woodrow Kraeht. Lone Hock. Look Your Best. On The Job! IG SMITH UNION MADE *1 ATCHEDSHIRTSand PANTS 'Big Smith matched shirts and pants fit better—look better—and wear better because they're made to fit in fine, long wearing Big Smith fabrics! In all Sanforized materials, vat dyed and fast color. Shirt sleeves are graduated in three lengths for correct fit for every man. Shirt tails graduated in three lengths to fit men of all heights. Pants sizes 89 to 42 (44 to 60 also avaijable), short, medium or long; Choice of button or zipper fly. GUMAHJltDI Bi 9 Smith work clothes or* puoronleed to fit better, look belter on th. jab, ond wear better through more waihlnaiL Guaranteed maximum thrinkag* 1%. *l? iT FITS, IT'S 810 SMITH* Interlined C.ffl Wide e*lt Loapi Pocketi 2.50— Pointt of Stnln All Edge. Serg.d No R(W Edges Zipper Fly Sturdy heavy duty tipper •• Neat. Convenient Cratch Sum Ttptd for Comfort ind Strength Dint Pant* Cuff* « SANFORIZED In. Green or Grey PANTS $3.98 SHIRTS $2.98 home of Mrs Max Goldman in Ti- tonkfc last Thursday afternoon Nov. 20. Aftgf the business meeting was over ihe leSsofi wl| r6ad by Mrs Violet Bu'ffing'tbn. Then a delicious lunch was served b$ the hostess. There Were about 18 members present. Sunday afternoon visitors al the George Hix home were Mi and Mrs Arthur His and family. Mr ahd Mrs Timer Harms and family and Mrs Victor Fitch ana t\Vo daughters Korene fchd Judy Mr and Mrs Gordon Larson oi Bode were visitors at the Dale Struthers home on Sunday. Robert Hutchison of Wesley is a patient ,at the Veteran's Hos pital iii Des Moififes. 'He went, down on, Thursday and will be there this week yet. Mr and Mrs Alex Miller ot Mason- City visited at the home of Mr and Mrs John Miller on Sunday afternoon. There was a good turn out at the chili supper at the JJoan church annex on Wednesday evening, Nov. fc8. The supper was put on by the Doan MYF boys and girlS with the help of theii mothers. Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews and two children Pamela and J. D. spent Sunday at the Dak Struthers home. Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley visiteo at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Schnebly &t Hayfield on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 2. Mr and Mrs .Gordon DavidSbfc and niece, Charlefte Asa visited at the Ralph Davidson home near LuVerhe on Sunday. "Thef. were about twenty-four there in all and the occasion was in hono: of Mr and Mrs Vervin Davidson who were leaving soon to go back Tlte Doan Women's Club rftei at the home of Mrs Ray. Cunning ham on Wednesday, December 5 The lesson was given by Maty Young and fcltta Buffihgton on Better Understanding of Differ ent Religions. Plans were made for a JjEmaS party at the nex' meeting on Dec. 19 to be held a' Sadie' Struthers and the women'j husbands are to be guests. / Xmas gift was also sent to the Florence Crittendom Home. Refreshments were served by the hostess after the meeting. Cheryl Sue Cunningham ie having her tonsils removed or Friday at the. Hancock Memorial Hospital at Britt. The Doan Methodist YoUth Fellowship members had their meeting at the Doan Church on Wednesday evening, Dec. 5. They trimmed the Xmas tree and practiced singing Xmas songs thai they are supposed to sing at the Xmas program which is to be held at the Doan Church on Fri- day evenj- Dec. 21. They also made plans to jgb Xmas caroling after their next meeting oh Dec. it) at the church. Mr and Mrs H. W. Kitsingei and family were supper guests at the Ray Cunningham home on Thursday evening, Dec. o. The farm home where Mr ana Mrs .Clarence Canaday live surely lOOKS Kinu ot iouesuine anu iui- lorn now without all the large Rj'ove tnat used to be nc)rth ana west of the house. All the trees except a few in the house yard were knocked down and pusned into piles by a bulldozer not long ago. Old man Winter With his cold northwest wind and snow surely sweeps and that is not all, some of it comes inside top. A north and west windbreak will be planted in the spring though, which will help a lot in a few years. Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmidt and children Michael and Nancy visited at the Cliff Hoover home all dav Sunday. Mrs Matt Selzer, Lena Kajewski, Eva Mittag and Teresa Christenson all of Algona spfent Saturday afternoon, Dec. 1, at the home of Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover visiting with Mrs Nancy Hain. Iron, cobalt and nickel are the three metals with the largest magnetic quality. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer Mrs George Dorweiler of Lu- Verne came home NoV. 29 from St. Ann Hospital after having been there 6 days. She was suffering from a virus ailment. On the morning of Nov. 27, Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer and Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll drove tr Chicago and were gone a week. They visited Mr and Mrs Paul Rieser, the latter a sister of Nicl and Mrs Carroll. They visited friends, too, while there. Roman Arend accompanied them home from Chicago. He had shipped cattle there a few days previously. On Dec. 4, the St. Benedict Card Club met at the home of Regina Froehlich, Mrs Lawrence Cink getting high prize. The next party will be Dec. 10 at Mrs Nick Eischen's home. The Town and Country Club consisting of 11 members held its Christmas partv with an exchange of gifts at the home of Mrs Philip Arndorfer. They had the usual business meeting and traveling bingo as entertain- TttMdoy, Oecembftf 11, t»S6 Atgdfta (la.) Upptf Oti MottiM-i ment. dosjng the meetiftg with a whipped cream strawberry : I Milk I eh you ifoep fciffef ! .... .. j Drink ot least fhrtf* I of mi/H: every day. j YOU rICVer wuryrww I your need for mi'Jlr. IOWA DAIRY INDUSTRY (OMtSSlOU . ICIWI DMtt MOKOtlOK »»S6CI»1lUI 133 lAintante tieli««(i lid,., 6ei M«Ut« * . Fee marketing hog* earlier feed WAYNE HOC BALANCER As Advertised in This Month's Farm and Home Section Robinson Produce Wesley Algeria *«• QUICK SHOPPERS GIFT SUGGESTIONS Pictures Novelties Smokers Wall Racks Mirrors Book Ends, Racks O SUPER-TOP Samson TABLE ,.v»M fc"s| 5 * > i*** &&$* ^ r* 5 t ^ THE FINEST COSTS NO MORE These Matched Table and Folding Chair Sets Come In a Variety of Trim* and at Prices That Will Fit Your Christmas Shopping Budget. SEE THEM AT FOSTERS Give The Ultimate In a Gift, Many Fine Styles! LAMPS Made by Stratolounger, Krcehl- er, Swing King, Nemsehoff and Viko. Recliner from 89.50 Swivel from 14.95 Rocker from 29.95,Inn limn Mack ii nd pollilird hruse or. f.ovcly tt«t|ial>irl>lae* lie eliadce. ' YOUR CHOICE from $14.75 HASSOCKS Itfe, Dozens And Dozens Oi TABLE LAMPS from $2.88 A LANE cedar chest 195 ~Tr V ® Occasional CHAIRS A Host of Styles And Types, And A World of Comfort. from $11.95 ******A$l 6-PlfCf DESK GROUP frorrf $49,SO (walnut) . Includes Kneehole Desk, Chair, Desk Lamps, Pert Set, Blotter Set and Book Rack. WHEN IT'S A GIFT FOR THE HOME IT'S A GIFT THAT PLEASES from $4.50 XMAS WRAPPING (Where Practical) Pre-Xmai DELIVERY ly Foster Furniture Anywhere In The Area ALGONA SERVING NORTH CENTRAL IOWA FOR OVER 00 YEARS ALGONA

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