The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1956 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 25, 1956
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2-AIflona (la.) Upper £>** Maine* Tuesday, December 25, 1956 NO GLUE Patrons of the Toledo postof- ficc recently found thai stamps obtained there \vcro coming unstuck as fnst as put on. The Toledo office got several hun- evidently the result of a flaw in preparation. The passenger pigeon, now extinct, has y memorial monument erected in its honor, located at i> dred of the stamps without glue,' >-tato park in Wisconsin, EGG Mrs Robert' Schneckloth of Lowdfrn broke an egg over the frying pan recently but nothing came out. She found a second c-gg, complete with shell and all, inside the first. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends KIRK'S PRMNVENTORY SHOE ALE Continuing This Week! Hundreds of pairs of women's and girls' shoes still available in a good selection of sizes and styles. These Shoes Must Be Sold 7 Many Are Priced Below Cost! i FAMOUS BRANDS INCLUDED • Enna Jefticks • Heel Muggers f Jacqueline • Natural Poise • Connies • Paris (Fashions PUMPS - STRAPS - FLATS SHOE STORE BE HERE WEDNESDAY EARLY FOR We Are Simply Chopping Prices To Smithereens On Odds and Ends, Short Lots, All Kinds of Merchandise — Be Sure To Get Your Share of These Sky-Rocket Bargains! WITH HOODS AND QUILTED LININGS CHILDRENS HEAVY JACKETS .....All % Price VALUES TO S1.98 — ASSORTED LADIES, GIRLS HEADWEAR, Choice at.... 66c FORMER PRICE DISREGARDED — OUT GO LADIES COAT SWEATERS, Assorted 1.2? LADIE CH WHILE THESE LAST — ONE BIG GROUP LADIES FLAT-KNIT COTFOH BLOUSES IT'S LIKE "FINDING" THESE — COME EARLY KIDDIES LINED DENIM JACKETS.... All % Price WARM and WASHABLE — AND HOT BARG MNS BOYS WARM FLANNEL THESE SOLD FOR $1.93 — LQOK AT THE SAVIJTG GIRLS JEANIE FLANNEL SH CKILDRENS CORDt'ROY JUMPERS 6IRIS SKIRTS - PEDAL Values To $3.98 -- AH Going For VALUES TO S3.93 IN THIS SWEATER OFFER r:iG LADIES SWEATERS, Assfd.Styles.... .1,99 LEFT OVER FROM CHRISTMAS SELLING LADIES $2,00 BLOUSES, Assorted \. Holiday Season Brings A Host, Whittemore Travel Whiilemore — Agnes Sehi|>- poreit left Friday afternoon lot Ainsworth, Neb. to spend her Christmas vacation at the hpifte Of her parents. She will return here Jan. 2 to resume her teac.h- iny in St. Paul's Lutheran school. Ralph Sobers and Ronald Hedin ai rivet! here Saturday forenoon from Aurora, 111. where both arc employed, to spend their Christmas vacation with their roFpeclive mothers, Mrs Dorothy- Ro:-ondMlil and Mrs Myrtle Frost. They will return to Aurora, Jan. 2, to resume their work witn the Superior Stair/piny Corp. Sp3 Henry Lauclt arrived home last week ' Saturday V U, spend a 20-day leave here wild Ills parents, Mr and Mrs Heiiry Lauck, Sr. lie is stationed a'l furl Crowder. Mo. v'; Pvt. Russell Barber arrived here Saturday fioni Camp Cnaf- I'ee. Ark. to spend his CliristmSs vacation, here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Orville Barbsr. Other guests at the. Barber • Ivrne are William Flagle, father of Mrs Berber from Artesian, So. Dak.. • ". Leave For Funeral ''; Joseph Loebach Jr., Mrs Joseph Loebach Sr.',-Mrs Emma Krffecnt, Charlie Salz, and Mrs: Mhrion Uyink- left last'week Suriday morning forvLenore, 111,, to .attend the funeral", of Mrs Bc-ir Busch, sister of Mrs Locbaqh, Mrs Kftecht and Charles Salz and MrssTMike Kcilasch of here. Mr B'usch is in a critical condition. ' They were n tin auto accident in \\*hich Mrs Busch was killed Friday. Mrs Dunphy. Hosless Mrs Thomas LHiupny enlerhiin- ecl a group'of \vomci' ••>.! a card party TTiiirsrU:y afternoon. Pinochle wrs played. Mrs Henry Wichtendahl, \v)nrnr.g high, end Mrs Herman Vr; ; gt, second high. Present were Mrs Archie Voigt, Mrs Herman Voijjt, Mrs MathilUa Meyer, Mrs Harold Kuecker, Mrs Arthur Heidemvith, Mrs Geo. Meyer, Mrs Erwin Siejns, Mr;. Paul Woinhold, Mrs F rank Schumacher, and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl. Gifts ( were" ex-' changed, and a delicious luncheon wt's served by Mrs Dunphy. Herman Schumacher arrived here last week to spend the weekend with'his'parents, Mr-rfrid' Mrs Prank Schumacher. He returned to Sio.u'x Falls, S. P., Mofi- day morning. • i ' Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl and daughter Knion'^ne art'rl Mr and Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl were Friday eveain" dinnev quests ;>t the home of Mr i-.nd Mis Gordon Jensen in honor of their daughter Susan on her 6th birthday. . . ,. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Hei- der.wilh and son Lyic were Thursday evening dinner gufistr- si tho ii(;:i,e c.f Mr and Mrs Monte Kinsclh in Algona. George 1 Knocr will move his family here in the near future as George has accepted a position with the State Highway coinmis- ,-if n out of Whittcrvore. St. Paul's Lutheran Cho-ij- members held their arvura! Christmns party in the btasomen: of the church Sunday everting. Christmas carols were surig transmuted over the loud speaker from the belfry. The members with their wives and husbands were entertained by playing Court Whist. Fred Ruhnke and Mrs Err. es I Meyer winning high, El- nv-r Ostwald lew, and Marion Heinrich, travel. A potluck lunch was served and gifts were .!.xchan.'*e.d. Mr .met Mrs 11. J. Vaughn en- lortninaa a 1 , a card party at their home Sunday night. Present were Mr and Mrs Edward Nessen oF Wost Bend, Mr and Mrs Gordon Jensen, ivlr and Mrs Leo Boi- nuui, Mr rind Mrs Don Conrad, Marcella and Lorettft Fandel and Mr ar..;i Mis Winriejci Carlisle!. 500 AVUS played. Don' Conrad, win- 'niftg ' ; high, and Edward Wesson !nv., Mrs Carlisle high, and Mrs Barium, low, and Mrs Ness'.'n, travel. A delicious luncheon was served p.I the close of the eve- nin'j. •Airuimber of relatives gathered at..the home Mr dfid Mrs George Gengler and pleasantly surprised George on his birthday. Present were Mr arid Mr? Petet Gengler of Ovens, Mr and Mrs John Hilbcvt of Bode, Mr ;inci Mrs Nick Gerajlcr of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Frank Brink and Mr and M?s Joseph Wollner of Bancroft, Ivlr and Mr.s Emil.'Thilges of West Bend, Mr and Mi's Robert Gengler, William Gengler and Ralph Gengler of here. • Mr arid Mrs Orville Barber' attended the: wedidng of Maxine Simpson and Millard Hollz, in the Methodist church Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Mervin Bleisch of Fort Dodge also attended the wedding. Following the ceremony they returned to Whittemore where they' spent- the weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Orville Barber. Mr a'ud Mrs Harold Kueckei i;:id son Jay and daughter Joyce were Christmas Day dinner guest.j •it the homo of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker. 'Mr "and Mrs Ni-k tie-cling entertained 'heir Pinochle .Club at their home M-.-ndny evening. Frank Foley, winning high. Henry Mueller, second high, and Will,- iam^Fandel Sr., low. for the men. 'Mrs'Niek Kc-clmg, high,-Mrs Leo Wt'lters, second high, and Mrs Edward Besch, low and travel. Skins were .divided between Mrs Henry Mueller and Mr* James Ei'f'jf!.- Mrs Edwar:l Besch, Airs Jpjr-es Besch. and 31!a Buikp ./ore £U'.-s!.s of the club. ' Mrs' 'Minnie 'Dryi'.nt. Mr and Mrs Thom-is Bryant and sin. Skipper of Norfolk, Va., Mr and Mrs Cail Seibrccht and Ro^er Seibrecht of Storm Lake spent Saturday at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth. James Kollasch has accepted the position in the Whitternore Co-Op Elevator vacated by George Jergens Sr. HarJan Lcininger left early Wedriesriay morning for Seward. Neb. to get Richard Meyer, son of Walter A. Meyer, and Brcnda Gade, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Qade, yrtio will spend thtir Chnstriilfis yacaUort here with their ipareftts. Both are students in. Cohcbrdia Teachers college at Sexyard ahd will return to 4 thfe!r stiitilei NJafttiai^; 2. • Mr and M^s Arthur H*eidenwith, pauny and France^ Kay RosKn- dahl, accbfh|>anied ; their tfahd- sor. RalpB Set>crs of ,/Vurora, 111. to Albert Leii, MlM. Saturday aftefnoon. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth HeidenWith and son Lyle and Mrs Dorothy Mpsendahl drove to Albert Lea Sunday morning and all were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the former's son-in- gkfW law and daughter, Mr affd 'Mrs Lloyd Walker in Alfrert .Lea. Other guests at the Walker home were their son-lir-law and daughter A/C2 aftd C^iSard 6f thfc ^L aVRapid City', So. P the dinner Sunda ex6hanged, n& Mr to be back at the btise on'CShrist- mfes Pa'v. , Mr and Mrs Gerald .Ollom of AJgona, Mr artd Mrs Erwlii Siems and Mr and Mrs Hermaff Voigt were entertained at pinochle at the Geoige Meyer home Sttnday evening. were had Mrs Mathilda Meybr was Sunday dinner guest at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr and Mts Elmer Ruhnke at Lotts Greek. Sunday evening all visit* fed with annther'daughter d{ Mrs Meyer, Mr and Mrs Alfred Brlihn at Cylinder. Mr and Mrs R. W. Williams of Esthervilje were guests Saturday evening for supper at the Les Johnson home. Mr aftd Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy ahd Joy, were "Supper guests there Sunday evening. 1 ' TO OUR LOYAL FRIENDS: In this busy old world, it may often appear that we neglect or forget those we hold dear, But at Christmas time, we take* this space to say That we value your friendship each and every day! To each of you ... A Very Merry Christmas t SEASON'S from .... ALGONA PLANT OF PIONEER HI-BRED CORN COAAPANY At this friendly holiday season . . . and c1 the threshold of a New Year . . - we bring you Season's Greetings and best wishes from -- PIONEER HI-BRED CORN COMPANY

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