The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1956 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 18, 1956
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••--*•• J-AI§6no (la.) Upper D«j Moines Tuesday, December 18, 1956 Moves To St. Joe Livermore *— John Thul m:iv.-u frorr. hi* farm home into his new house in St. Joe. Mr nnd Mrs Richard Thul. who have been living on a farm near Algona, have moved onto his father's farm. Mr and Mrs Robert Thul. newlyweds, have moved onto the farm vacated by the Richnrd Thul family. Stroke Is Fatal — Clifford Be son of Mix Nellie Beers. who been recuperating at the (urn Ivis mother. Mrs Nellie T3c since October, following n str passed away at her home Monday morning. Funeral vices will be Thursday nfti m at Ellsworth where he form lived. ke, arly ser- on rl ANNUAL MOOSE LODGE FREE MOVi SAT. A. M. 10 Everybody 1$ Invited ! No Tickets Are Necessary ! Abbot & Costello "BUCK PRIVATES ALGONA^ THURSDAY - DEC. 20 (Continuous From 1:00 P.M.) ALGONA MERCHANTS FREE THEATRE PARTY Get Your Free Tickets At These Business Firms: Algona Refrigeration • Algona Floor Service • Beecher Lane Appliances • Botsford Lumber Co. • The Chrischilles Store • • •Coast io Coast • Cowan Building Supply • The Elk Cleaners Finn's Bakery • Foster Furniture • Fowler's e i Hall-Strahorn Hdw. 0 and Zender's Harrison's Variety Honsbruch Hexall Drug Hulzell's Iowa State Bank Kossulh Radio & TV Langrtiack's Super Variety Miller's Steel Building Company F. SI Norton & Son Shilts Shoe Store Sorensen Grocery Viking Oil Co. Clothiers - AND ON THE SCREEN THURSDAY ONLY - DEC. 20 From Kenya to the Congo.. tlie greatest is Odongo! ClNEMAScoPE: color bxTECHNICOLOK Cleve Barton is again feeling quite well after several weeks sickness. Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell and children will be guests Cluistmas eve of Mrs Wilma Kuhlr.'.ap. and family. Mrs Cidncy Laird is going to Rossie to spend Christmas with her brother and sister-in-law, Air and Mrs Herbert French. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman plan to spend Christmas at Fenton with Mrs Lowman's mother. Mrs Katie Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fairish are going to Charles City to spend Christmas with Mrs Parrish' parents. Mr and Mrs E. C. Gates. Mr and Mrs Joe Willger plan lo spend Christmas at LuVerne with Mrs Willgor's son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Alfred Miller end family. Mt and MJS Oliver Johnson will be visited over the holidays by -the hitter's mother, Mrs Eldon Perham, of Michigan City, Ind. . ' . Mr and Mrs Walter SchiloV kneeht had as dinner guests Sunday the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Waller Schildknecht Sr., of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera spent a day last week, at Swe'a City with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and M('s Earl Mularky. Mr and Mrs Waller Woods who have been living at Renwick have returned here lo make th'Mr home. A third son Anthony Edward was born to them Dee. 2. «* . • ' - * Mr and Mrs Homer Young oi (Janvr will bo dinner guests Christmas day of their son-hi'law :'iiil daughter, Mr and Mis Edgar C;;"npb<>l). Mr find Mrs Don Jorgenson had as supper guests Sunday, Mrs Clara Fauerby, Mr ,mcl Mrs Geo. ,KirgtriiSi«n ami Rickic Sewoll.of Fen ton. Carrie snd Margaret Durant spent last Wednesday in Mason City. They were guests at a luncheon given by the North Iowa Writets Club at the home of Mi3 Volnra Anderson. J. F. Milder jef t Wednesday for DCS Moiiies and spent several days there attending a Thcrmogas board of directors' meeting. He was accompanied by John Ro- bei ts. Dr. and Mrs R. A. Evans .will have their son 'and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Wallace Evans of Crawfordsville as Christmas guests. Other guests will be Mr and 'Mrs .Clevo Barton. Mr and Mrs Robert Bickeri: will have-gs Christmas giiesrs Mr and Mrs .Frank* Fisher of.-Sip.ux Falls. .S. D., and Ella and Rose'lJickert, sisters of Mr Bid-cert, of Omaha. Neb. • " Mr and Mrs Lyle Redinger and sons Ronnie a'nd'Ra'ndiei will leave Friday for d vacation ttip to Phcu.-nix, Ariz, and other points in the west. They will visit friends and relatives in Phoenix. Margaret Ann Bcardsley will .arrive Saturday from Cheverly, Md., and with her parents will go Rod;.Rapids to spend. Christmas FRIDAY - 11:30 P.M. SPECIAL MIDNITE SHOW @ An Extraordinary Film! The Year's Best Foreign Picture! DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE 'i ' \ FOR HIM-An Amazing New "Risk-Proof" Gift! The REMINGTON ... with Miracle Roller Combs For More • SHAVING COMFORT • CLOSENESS • SPEED SHAVES THE HIDDEN BEARD WITH ABSOLUTE COMFORTI IT WILL MAKE YOUR EYEBALLS fop/ 1 HENRY GEORGES CtOUZOT'S V Stirring SIMONE SIGNORET—VERA CLOUZOt IMPORTANT: No one will be sealed one* the feature has begun «t Please! Don't Reveal The Ending ! TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ouole Blast h e dijh-it-out-devil-dogs how to quit I Here's Y»ur Hidden Beard. Whiskers grow in tiny valleys. Ordinary shaving nietlioJs skim along the top* of these valleys—shave only the tops of ypur whiskers. Soon the unstuvcd base of caih will grow out and your Hidden beard can be seen and felt. $26.99 WITHOUT TRADE-IN Here's Hew The Rgllectric Get; It! Ania/iti;,' Roller Cumbi ^cuily press (he cdj'ei ot ijif ikin valleys ilown— pop up ihoNC li.ird-io-.cet-at uhiiker b.iit> nuhi inii/ the p.itli of die man- siu-,1 ilu\jnj; hejil. J .iih whiter is tlic-n shcart..! ofl cloitly, quickjy and comfonabi)! $19.99 WITH TRADE-IN (Any Old Elec. Shaver) The roaring story of the U.S. Marines! RICHARD WIDMARK WALTER (Jack) PALANCE REGINALD GARDINER LfWIS MILESTONE • Pfwteri b» RQBERT BASSUR • Wrillen dy MICHAa 8UW(fO«r rptuS A Thrilling Race Horse Story "FIGHTING CHANCE" With Rod Cameron COMING SUNDAY ~ 2 DAYS Lots of Last-Minute Gifts Here! Luggage — Binoculars — Jackets — Wrist Watches — Sweaters Socks — Sport Shirl» — Fishing Tackle, ire. Etc. Etc. ^^^^^^^^ WW^ ^Hw SHMP ^Hf ™ sMHP ^^^9i^r ^BIU ^F H^^^PP*^ ^BBI^^ SURPLUS STORE Across From Postoffice ^EXPERIENCE IN PARAMOUNT PRE$ENTS SPENCER TRACY ROBERT WAGNER. THE MOUNTAIN : (.n LX '-tit, it iwai I.ajit IECHMCOLOR© with Mrs Beardsley's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Paul Collins. Clark OMon lell Saturday fbf town City and a check-up 0)1 a eye wliich is to be operated on for muuact if the proper stage lins been reached for surgery. The other eye was successfully operated on some time ago. Mr and Mrs Max Bast had as dinner guests Sunday their son- in-]a\v and daughter, Mr and Mrs Burton Vancoe and family of Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Bast will be dinner guests Christmas day of Mr and Mrs Varcoe. Mrs Martha Albright, formerly of Estherville,.is now located here having purchased the Don Hemin ingsen house on Jerome street. She moved into it Dec. 3. Mrs Albright is mother of Mrs Walter St-hildknecht Jr. Mr and M*s Frank Mdullon Will irwe the respective parents, Mi and Mrs Frank Moulton Sr., of Mitchell, S. D.. and Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustroin as guests at dinner Christmas. The Moultons .will be here for a few days. Mr and Mrs Lee Price are going lo Corwith Christmas day and will have dinner with Mrs Price's mother, Mrs Gladys Scott. In tha evening they will be at Britt with Mr Price's parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Pricb. " Mr and Mrs Heinic Fisher expected to leave today for Springdale, Ark. lo be with Mrs Fisher's parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Miller. Mr Miller is scheduled to have an operation sometime this week. Mr and Mrs Al Rode, Joyce and Billy and Mrs Rode's mother, Mrs Ida Howington, will be guests Christmas day of Mr and Mrs Ronald Kitzmann at Milwaukee, Wis., and will, spend a few- days there. Mr and Mrs Robert Munger and family are going to Peterson to spend Christmas with Mr Mun- ser's brother-in-law and sister, M-r and Mrs Fred Genger. They will be joined there by the mother, Mrs Neva Munger of Spencer. Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud will havo as guests Christmas their children and families, Mr and Mrs \VjlterHalsrucl of Hawarden, iVlr and Mrs Keith Halsrud, and Mr and Mrs Robert Brown of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Don Ramus. Mr and Mrs Walter McBride drove to Des Moines Thursday and met their son Carl, a student ,it the Abilene. Tex., college. He will be here till January 4. The family will be joined for Christmas by Mrs McBride's mother. Mrs Sally Roberts of Glidden. . Vernon Christoffers, son of Mr and Mrs Perm an Christoffers, arrived home Sunday from Valparaiso, Indiana, where he is a treshman at Valparaiso University, to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents and brother Paul. Mrs Carl Hansen and children "left Saturday from Mason City for Davenport for a visit till after Christmas' with her parents, Mr ,;;ud Mr.3.D;.>o Smith. They will •bo joined Saturday by Carl who \vilj bring them home after the holiday. Mr and Mrs Ernie Godfredson will have as dinner guests Christmas their 'son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rich- arris, Billy and Edward, of Lone Rock. The son Dick and daughter Carol live at home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser are entertaining at a family dinner Christmas day. Guests.will be Mr and Mrs James Fraser of Iowa, City, Katherino Fraser of 'Minneapolis, Minn., Irene Fraser of Owatonna, Minn., the son Bob, and Mr and Mrs Charles Schlie- vert and family. Mrs Lydia V/elzol had ns dinner guests Sunday her son and daugh- Tt;r-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wetzel. Pvlrs Clara Pompe, the son and daiu';hter-in-huv, Mr and Mrs Ervin Wetzel and Wanda of L^oni' Rock and the .son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Clarence Cook and family of Burt. Mr and Mrs Fred Will are having MS dinner guests Sunday the family in this vicinity Mr and Mrs Milton Will,* Mr and Mrs Marvin Wallburg, Mr and Mrs Cecil Will, Mr and Mrs Harley Will and Mr and Mrs Wallace Wiil ,if Minneapolis with the respective f.miilics. Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg will l.:ue as dinner t;uests Christmas thi-i; 1 son ;uul daughter-in-iaw, Lt and Mrs Robert II«-'dpen of S^r- feCMiit Bluffs, and Mrs Zaugg's parents, Mr and Mrs Calvin Duch tif M:i'h'rd. The son Ernest who i-; in :r-rvico ;:nd stationed at San Diego, Calif., will be here Dec. 23. . Mr and Mrs Frank Vera will have as guests Christmas their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ted Vera and son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hutcjiinson and, sons Ted, Joe and Tommy, of Waterloo, and Melvin's brother, Je.-:s Hutchinson, of Cedar Falls. Mrs Lucillo Zerfass plans to -.jjond the Christmas holiday with her sisters. Mrs James Altwegg at Rcdfield where the dinner will be held, and at Des Moines with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs J. H. Thurau and tne respective families. She will return homo before New Years day. Mrs Emma Dreyer will enter- tyin at a family dinner Christmas day. Guc-sts will bc> Mr and Mrs William Zumach of Lone Rock Mr rind Mrs Alfred Meyer of Whittonu'iv. Mr and Mrs Carl Anlikrr of Waucon, Marie Dreyer i>f Burt, Mr and Mrs Ronald Stephens and Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer. 1 Mr and Mrs R. A. Davidson left Tii<\..i;-v f.n- Lakev.-oud, Calif. wh-"rc tiicv will remain till about April 1. Thi-y have i-fiili'd thi-ii h' (ii.i'in'4 1 their ab.j''MK - e. They will .-'ton cnruute ;:t El Paso, for a \-isi; with Mr Davidson's brother ;iiid s,.-•t"j i -':n-l;iw. Mr and Mrs H C. l)-i\ :d-I'M, tlu 1 latter an instructor in Mi<- rn!i(. v L;(.' tlKUv. Mv and Mrs Charles Patterson .•.,M -oi--; In Clii'Mg.i il(.M';ht^, III. in spj'ii'! C'lu'.-iiii.-:--; v.-jth then' sun •MI-' il:-ii.-.!iii'i in !,!'.'. , Mr ami Air yV'ii'i'-ll 1'al 11. rson. Upon return-: ing home they will get ready to go to DUsrte, Gali{., where they will spehd the wirftet at the George Boswell Court. They platt to leave January 10. Ki* nfi«t Mt» Harrr fiafien will have as guests Christmas their Sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Walter Woods, Michael, Patrick and Anthony, Mr ahd Mrs Merle Moore nnd Nancy Ann, and Barbara Barton and friend Clarence Metzger Jr., an airman, located at Patuxent River, Md.. who will arrive Dec. 20 and return to his base Dec. 28. Claud* While l«lt Sunday for Des Moines and entered the Lutheran hospital for surgery Monday morning. A year ago January 3 he fell from scaffolding in the Montgomery Ward building which was being made ready for oc- cupany. He crushed the bones in a heel and has had a series of treatments. The surgery at Fort Dodge is being done by an orthopedic specialist. Mr and Mrs Ed Wolcoll are entertaining at a family dinner Christmas and will have as guests Mr Wolcptt's children and their families, Mr and Mrs Clayton Pittman, Mr and Mrs Delmar Kern and Larry Wolcott who is in service at Athens, Ga. In February he will be finished with the first part of the training but so far he does not know where he will be sent for further service. Cheryl VanderWaal is coming Wednesday from Iowa City where she is attending the University and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Lee VanderWaal also of Iowa City are coming Saturday for the holidays with the parents, Mr and Mrs M. L. VanderWaal. Jacqueline Van- derWaal is coming Thursday from Cedar Falls where she is a student at the Iowa State Teachers College. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman will have as Christmas holiday guests their daughter Shirley, a student nurse at Broadlawns hospital at Des Moines and a friend Barry Albert of Webster City. The daughter Marilyn who attends the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls will also be here. She recently attended a convention at the Kansas State college, Manhattan, Kan., as delegate of the Social Life Committee of which she is chairman. S-City Rites On Saturday For Mrs Kelly Swea City — Funeral services for Mrs J. E. Kelly were hold here'Saturday afternoon, at 1:30 at the Curtis Funeral home, and at 2. o'clock at the First Baptist church. Rsv. Everett Eeal was the official ins clergyman. Mrs Kelly lived for many years on a farm 2',2 miles northeast of Swea City. Her husband, a well known and prominent north Kossuth farmer, preceded her in death 13 years ago. She was bom August 23, 1869 at Palo, Iowa, the daughter of Mr and Mrs A. F. Tienan. She received her education in the schools of Story county, and was married to J. E. Kelly, Dec. 25, 1888. The couple engaged in Kelly. For the past 15 years Mrs Kelly had been an invalid, and for the last several years she had made her homo with her daughter, Mrs Clyde Sanders, where she died Thursday. She had bsen a member of ihc First Baptist church for 25 years. Pallbearers were six grandsons, Marion Kelly Jr., Gene Kelly, John Kelly. Emerson Kelly, Wm. Kelly and Ravmond Piehl. Burial was in Harrison twp. cemetery. FOWLER GIFT SPECIAL ! 40th Anniversary Dec. 23, S-City 9wei City ** opeft house hon-i ofinJt ihc 40th wedding anniver* Sftfy of Mt and Mrs Joe Prestoii will be held at their home Sum day, Dec. 23, from 2 to 5 o'clock. All friends and relatives are invited, no invitations will be sent. The event is being sponsored by the Preston children all of whom will be here for the first time in seven years. Plum Creek 4*H the regular meeting of the Plum Creek boys 4-H was called to order by Roger Keith. Nancy Ringsdorf joined the club. There were 19 members present. Donald Madsen gave a talk on Officers Training School. Meeting • was adjourned and afterwards games were played and a delicious lunch was served. WAKT ADS BRING RESULTS Tarantulas arc hot usually dangerous .even though the? ate poisonsbus. Holiday Dane** BANCROFT Uaidrt Ballrodm Tues,, 0*6, 2Sth, Xni»* "6aba" Wagner Band Old-Yime fe Mc-dern Carnival Dance Sun., Dee. 30. Modern Frank Jonas Orchestra FREE: Horns, Hats and Noisemakers. For Booths call 4101 i t : t.. I' ?. \ I \ ?. \ t, if t. r ? ; f i' }. i ?. t i; ,' •5 > i' • FMGRANT MFRItHINO If MINISCf NT for CLOSETS DRAWERS LINENS the delightful scent of lavender in a wonderfully convenient aerosol container that releases a fine mist of refreshing fragrance at a finger touch . . . will not stain, dampen or discolor. 6 oz. can $1.50 Fowlers Hf^«9r<^«»&-«&^^ OUR Sincere Thanh To The More Than 800 Folks Who Visited Our Store Last Saturday Evening, Participated in Our Free Drawings, Leisurely Selected Christmas Gifts, and in General Had a Good Time. HERE ARE THE WINNERS Of Fowlers Saturday, Evening Free Door Prizes Donna Schoby — Bode Candied Fruit Albert Weishaar — Algona Turkey Mrs Den Asa — Algona Candied Fruit Mrs Geo. Jergens — Algona Candied Fruit Mrs'Tom Frank! — Algona Turkey Ernest Bormann — Irvington Turkey Mrs Wilbur Holdren — Algona Turkey Mrs Ralph Kramer — Livermore Candied Fruit Grace Ackerman — Burt Candied Fruit Ruth Dexter — Whittemore •.-- Turkey Peter Erpelding — Algona -.- Turkey Mrs Wendell Jergenson — Algona ___«$20.00 Permanent Wave We Still Have a Nice Ciir^mas-y *.\:ssr;mcnt of Revlon Futurama Lipsticks and Refills 1.25 to 4.50 A Limited Number cf Boxes and Bags of lovely Christmas Cards. Regular $2.50 and $5.00 Values. Choice 79c (50 Cards) DELICIOUS BOX CANDY In 1 and 2 pound package — Assorted Chocolates - 1 Lb. $1.59 - $1.95 A Special 2 Lb. Assorted - $2.50 LADIES HOUSE COATS A Lovely selection ta choose from — Fancies or Solid Colors 3.95 to 14.95 LADIES & MISSES CAR COATS By Sharpee Good Size assortment in o variety of colors. Reg. 12.95 to 16.95 Very special - 25% OH LADIES' APRONS A beautiful assortment of all types in light and Heavyweight Materials. 98c to 2,98 Give Her a Blouse For Xmas Just Received 6 dozen of Ship 'n Shore's NeWsst Blouses in Ladies & Misses Sizes. 2.98 and 3.98 LITTLE GIRLS' COATS A nice assortment to choose from in good cclors & sizes. Special ea. 25% disc. i s »v 9 i 3 I £ 1 0 'if tt a-

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