The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1956 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 18, 1956
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OnlffUft To Adopt For 1956 Christmas ^ Only one of 44 uhits available for "Christmas Adoption" remains in thfe 1956 list. The other 43 families have been adopted by the grouns of individuals as. summarized below. Anyone wishing to adopt the one remaining person for Christmas can contact the Upper De& Moines. Family No. 33 — Adopted by Mr and Mrs Gene Schattschnei'- der, Algona. For those who have already adopted families, a call to the Upper Des Moines later this week will give you the name and address pi' the family adopted for your delivery of the Christmas baskets. Mrs Boldridge Rites, Irvington Last rites for Mrs William Boldridge, Sr., 79, well-known Irvington woman, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian church there with Rev. M. H Brower of Algona officiating Burial was in the Irvington cemetery. McCullough's Funera 1 Chapel was in charge of arrangements. *Mrs Boldridge died at 8 p.m Wednesday, Dec. 12, at St. Anr hospital here where she had beer, a patient several times during the last few months. A heart condition was cause of death. Fannie Rose, daughter of Sandy Rose and Julie Williams, wat born May 24, 1877, at Lexington, Mo. She had been a resident 01 Iowa since 1902 and had lived ir. Kossufh county for 40 year.>. She was married to William Boldridgo in 3902 at Lexington. Survivors, besides her husband include a son, William, Jr., Irvington; two daughters, Albertha Grace and Elnora McElroy, and a sister, Joanette Thornton. She was preceded .in death by a daughter, Bernicp. Mrs Boldridge was a chartei member of the Rive'rdale Friendly Club and served as superintendent of the Sunday school at Irvington at the time of her death. Displaced Person A Missing Person County authorities were endeavoring to trace the whereabouts of a former resident here, a displaced person, whose wife and child are in destitute circumstances as a result of his departure. The missing man, who has been in this country about five years, left Algotta during the summer for another job. For a time he was in cofttact with his family here and sent them some money, but in recent weeks authorities have not been able to locate him. County aid is being furnished. It 'is not known for certain whether the displaced person has become a naturalized citizen or not. 5 Appear In Mayor's Court Five men appeared in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court during the week, with - two bound over to district court and later sentenced. L. E. Stevens, Emmetsburg, and Hubert B. Kerr, Algona, were the men who appeared later in district court. Each waived preliminary hearing and bond was set at $500 and was not furnished. Gerald H. Bormann, Whitte- morfi. was fined $75 and costs for. reckless driving, Orrie Peterson, v Jr., Burt, was fined $5 and costs or careless driving, with the fine suspended, and Wendell Steven, Algona, Was sentenced t'o four days in jail for driving while his license was suspended. Barbara Bourne In College Choir The Carleton College choir of Northfield, Minn, presented its traditional Christmas program at Vespers Sunday, Dec. 16, in Skinner Memorial Chapel on the campus. Barbara Bourne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne, and' a freshman at Carleton, is one of the 135 members of the choir. Barbara also sings with the Treble Singers of the college, a group of 39 women who presented the annual carol concert at chapel services this morning, Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 11 a.m. Back From Canada Mr and Mrs Bill Nay lor of Algona . returned Saturday from Saskatchewan, Canada, «where they 'were called by the death of Mrs Naylor's sister. grt^S^afciir^eftS^^ Tuesday, December II, ftS6 Algona do.) Upper Bel A man's home is his "castle"-and nobody caters to his comfort like PJeetway! Whether sleeping, lounging or Watching tV, you'll enjoy the free, easy styling of Lazyday Pajamas. They're smart-looking — and Fleet- way's famous comfort features just can't be duplicated! Striped or plain Basque top in line combed yarn. Quality broadcloth trousers are slack-tailored with pleats and pockets. Smartly gift boxed. Sizes A, B, C, D. Color combinations: Striped or solid color tops with con» trailing solid color trousers. Clothing Store For Men and Boys . AROUND ALGONA' ' The Christmas party of the Pratt Electric Co. was held Sunday evening. Dinner was served at Vim's Cafe followed by a gift exchange at the Lloyd Pratl home. The evening was" spent dancing at the Plantation ballroom. —-o— Mr and Mrs Merle Moore became parents for the first time. Saturday when a daughter was born to them. Mrs Moore is the- former Marilyn Barton and grandparents are Mrs August Schmidt and Mr and Mrs Harr\ Barton. Mr and Mrs Harold and Pam, Gene and Andy of Spencer spent Sunday here with Mr Traeger's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson. They also called at the,R. B. Wallers, Lloyd Pratts and Harlan Sigsbees, nieces and nephews of Mr Traeger's. Troop 5, Intermediate Girt Scouts had a Christmas party Monday evening after school The girls are fifth graders and their leaders are Mrs Dorothy^ Muckey and Mrs Arlene Miller.' The troop of ninth grade girls led by Mrs Paul James and Mrs D. K Chiquet also had their Christmas' party Monday .evening. • - —o— . . . Mr and Mrs Ray Cook and Mi and Mrs Lloyd Pratt plan to leave Sunday to spend a couple of weeks in C$|HfoKiia. They will visit the Cook's sori, Don in the Los Angeles area. Mr Pratt's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Mc- Gayhe will come from Victor to stay with the sons while their parents are away. —o— ! The Men's Club of the Presbyterian church is meeting for dinner this evening, (Tuesday) at the church. Speakers will by Highway Patrolman Lloyd Dawson of Emmetbsurg. The committee in charge consists of Hal Long, Robert Stephenson, Leon. Martin, Dean Jergenson and George Cook'. Mrs Lyls Riedinaer gave a party Sunday afternoon in honor of the eighth birthday of her son. Donnie. The group attended the matinee at the theater and • returned to the Riedinger home for games nnd refreshments. Guests were Bruce Chapman, Steve Waller, Roger Bierstedt, David Gerber, Larry Kearney and Randy Riedinger. —o— Mr and Mrs Charles MeVay spent Saturday at Webster City on a pre-Christmas visit with Mrs McVay's parents, the Rev. and Mrs J. Share. The McVay.3 are leaving this weekend for California where they will Visit Mrs McVnv's brother at Pasadena, Mr McVay's brother, Francis and Mr and Mrs Dick Dale, all living in the Los Angeles area. ' fV —r Dr. Rieh&rd Shackslford arrived Saturday from his home in California, Pcnn. for a short visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs W S. Shackelford. Dick is a tether in the Industrial Arts department of the Pennsylvania State Teachers' College. His wife is also a teacher, and they have three sons. The Visit here was especially timed to coincide with a visit by his sister Gayle, (Mrs Les. Browning). She plans to leave this week for her home in Hollywood, Calif. She will accompany her cousin, Mrs Charles Hastings and her children, Dikie and Richard who will drive to California to embark for Japan to join her husband stationed with the army there. Whittemore Will Host Wesley Wesley — The boys basketball team lost to Scarville, Tuesday evening, Dec. 11, 40 to 35. The local girls lost to Scarville, 50 to 47. The games were played there. , The local players will go tc Whittemore Thursday, -Dec. 20, tor their games. Crystal Lake will play here i Tuesday evening, Dec. 18. MEMO ARROW GIFTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Jn a last-minute rush? Then shop the one-stop way for sure-to-please Arrow Gifts. Choose smart dress shirts, handsome sport shirts, newly-styled ties, plain and fancy handkerchiefs, and comfort* able Arrow underwear. A Spore Or A Pair-Here's Your Chance!" DUE TO IKE URGE NUMBER OF TIRES TRADED IN HERE DURING A RECORD SNOW TIRE BUSINESS OVER PAST WEEKS . . . WE HAVE A LARGER STOCK Of TRADE-IN TIRES THAN AT ANY OTHER TIME! NOW! USED TIRE ALL MAKES... ALL SIZES SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY - THIS WEEK! TO If you need a good spare, or a good pair of tires . . . o r if you need good tires on that pick-up . . . here'* your chance to get 'em at a fraction of usual cost — for GO\OD TIRES ! There's lots, lots, lots more miles in them. The reason for this Sale is that at Bradley Bros, we have taken' in a record number of GOOD trade-Ins from car- owners who bought Snow Tires,"and who have traded in some mighty, mighty good tires. Ifs a large stock,— you sure ought to find the size and kind you want. And you'll sure save yourself a pack o' money in this Bradley Bros. Sale ! ' Here Are Examples of These 'TIRE BUYS' 12) Sicck No. 1765 6.40 x 15 Fiiestono Tubeless Ea. 12.50 (1) Slock No. 1784 6.70 x 15, .Firestone Nylon __ _._ Ea. 10.50 (1) Stock No. 1135 ________________ 6.40x15- .Firestone Tires .. ......... ______ ............... Ea. 7.50 (2) Slock No. 1783 6.70x15 Firestone Tubolees Ea. 9.95 (2) Slock No. 1782 6.70 x 15 '.I'.. Good Tires— _-..... Ea. S.OO (1) Slock No. 1787 6.70 x 15. . Like New -- Ea. 8.95 (1) Slock No. 1754 ........ . ..... 7.10 x 15 .............. GY White-Black Tuneless ______ ... ........... Ea. 13.50 (1) Slock No. 1321 ____ -, ...... .. 7.10x15 Like New, 100 mu .. . ................. ""-'- Ea> (2) 7.10x1* New Take-offs, FS Tubeless ____ . ...... ---- ,.- Ea. 24.95 (2) Slock No. 1752 7.10 x 15 .-.Like New. Tubeless ----- --- E«. 15 -* 5 (1) Slock No. 1794 .... 7.60 x 15 .FS Town Sc Country Snow .. . . Ea. 15.PO (1) Stock No. 1311 7.60 x 15 ..GY Suburbanite Snow Ea. 15.00 (2) Stock No. 1730 7.60x15 Firestone Tires ._.. - Ea. 12.50 (1) Slock No. 1789 7.60 x .FS Town & Country Snow -. -- Ea. 5.00 [0 Slock No. 1736 8.00 x 15 While-Black, like new —.-" Ea * l<f '*° [I) Slock No. 1713 .. 8.00x15 White-Black, like new _ Ea. 19.50 (1) Slock No. 1736 8.20 x 15 .Firestone Tire Ea. 12.SO (1) 'Slock No. 1774 (1) Slock No. 1541 8.20 x 15 .Good Tire Ea. 9.50 .. 6.00 x 16 ...Front Trader Ea. 5.00 (2) Slock No. (1) Stock No. 1744 1753 7.00 x 16. ...6-Ply Mud & Snowfor Pickup .. Ea. 35.00 7.00 x 17. 8-Ply Mud & Snow for pickup Ea. 35.00 (1) Stock No. (1) Siock No. (2) Slock No. 1536 1597 1778 7.00x20 8-Ply Mud & Snow Ea. 32.50 7.50 x 20. .Spreader Tire -'- Ea. 22.50 7.00 x 15 3-Ply New Takeoff Pickup _______ ..... ........ Ea. 32.50 Remember! That's Only a Partial Lisl — Come And Check All Sizes • ADDED FEATURE In This Tire Sale ! Pair of Snow Tires FREE! r If You Win — And Can't Use The Snow Tires — We'll Present You With a Fine Big Ham or Big Juicy Turkey ! Just ccme in at Bradley Bros, during this sale (from now thru December 23) and register your name. No purer**** ssry, and you do not have lo be present at drawing to w ; n. Winning nam« will get a Pa-r of Firestone Town & Country New Relread Snow Tires FREE! . . . and if you can't use the t?zes, a ham or turkey! Come and see what th^ Sale offers in Tires . . . and while here be sure to register! "FIRESTONE TIRE HEADQUARTERS"

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