The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1956 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 25, 1956
Page 9
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AROUND ALGONA' M* And MM John Hang and family were at Wesley Sunday til a pre-Chrlstmas dinner with Mrs Haag's brother-in-Oaw and sister, Mr and Mrs Ross Stru- thefs. — 6 — M* arid Mf» ftobeti H«nd«rson and children plan to go to Bradgate on Christmas afternoon to visit Mr Henderson's grandmother, Mrs Albert Hemmerson. Mf and Mrs A. J. Rieklefs and four children plan to spend Christmas Day at Fonda with Mrs Ricklef's parents ; Mr and Mrs M. A. Bagge. —o— Mf and Mrs J, A. Blinkman of Shokapee, Minn, arrived Sunday for a Christmas visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey. They plan to remain until Wednesday. —o— Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders and four children went to Orange City on Saturday for a pre-Christmas visit with Mrs Relnder's family. On Sunday they went to Worthington, Minn, to visit Mr Reinders' parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Mellama. AlCDNAO Coming For NEW YEARS EVE MIDNITE SHOW & Tues., Wed., Thurs. Jan. 1-2-3 MR. ROCK In the ho wi to pli RICHARD EGAN OEBRAPAGET «hd tntr<H*uc!no EWlSfRKLtl ROBERT MIDDLETON WILLIAM CAMPBELL NEVILLE BRAND •itit Bfuce Bennett »H>"« >. DAVID WEIS8ADT / »,.».<* ROBERT D. WEBB *,.,*«, „ RoeERT BUCKNER "Greetings Friends! Wishing you all Holiday Happiness. LEAH'S BAKERY the pupil* of Miss Mafjori* Hank's fourth grade at Bryant presented a Christmas program Wednesday evening for their parents. After the program in the gym, a social hour was held in the classroom. —o— Bavid Phillip* a«!**d home Wednesday evening from Iowa State College at Ames for the, Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillip's. Mr Phillip's sister, Clara Phillips of Grinnell arrived Friday and is spending the holidays here. —o— Brownie Trdop 14, whose leaders are Mrs Russell Rentz and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee enjoyed a Christmas party Wednesday evening after school at the Sigsbee home. There were games, refreshments and a gift exchange. —o—. Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman and two sons and Mrs Mabel Lee plan to go to Fort Dodge on Christmas Eve and remain through the next day with Dr. and Mrs Robert Lee and family. Dr. Lee is Mrs Mabel Lee's son and Mrs Stillman's brother. —o— Mr and Mrs W. M. Geering lefi Friday morning for. Clear-water. Kan. where they will spend Christmas With their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs Everett Black and their three daughters, Mary Ann, Paula and Billie. Mr and Mrs Richard Notion and daughters expect to return home Christmas day from M!ir- shalltown where they have been since Sunday with Mrs Norton's parents, Mr and Mrs Ned Downing. —o— Dr. Hector Janse arrived here from Texas for a visit with his father, Dr. P. V. Janse and his sister, Mrs Beth Miller. The senior Dr. Janse is ill at his home here. Mrs Miller's son, Phillip arrived home Friday for the Christmas vacation from Virginia Military Institute. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith will have as their Christmas dinner quests, their parents, Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith and J. N. Fleming. Mrs Fleming is visiting her daughter in New York City and wil go to Chicago to visit other daughters before returnins home. The D. P. Smiths are leaving the day after Christmas for an extended west coast vacation. —o— » Friends he' r «> have received word from Mr and Mrs Or;m Snalding that their eldest son Jim wns recentlv married and is now living in Df-s Moin'ps. The Snsldinss lived here in the 1940' when Mr Spaldin? was band instructor in the loc"l schools He is now holdinc a similar position in the Guthde Center •schools. ALGONA© Coming Sunday From th« bestseller of young love In war! Robert WAGNER Terry MOORE ; CRAWFORD, . BUDDY EBSON /Ji m « HAMT MO«M CHNIyNUUt ClNSMAScOPE Sat. A.M. Dec. 29 — 10 O'clock — ANNUAL HOLIDAY ALL-CARTOON & COMEDY SHOW Closing Notice! All law offices will be closed DECEMBER 24 and DECEMBER 31 because of the holiday season. Kossuth County Bar Association f.angfhadtf and Krcsensky who attend the college of Woostei* at Woostor, Ohio arrived here Thursday for the Christmas vacation, with their parents, Mr and Mrs Elmor Langrnack and Mrs A. E. Kresensky. They arrived in Fort Dodge on the same train with Jim McMahon, student at Notre Dame who was also coming home for the vacation with his parents. tuMtfay, 6*e§mtof 9$, If Si Alg+no (la.) liftfttf DM Malftt+**i Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon. —o— Mf and MM Floyd f urflM Ate expecting, '.heir three daughters with their husbands and children to come home for Christmas. Mr and Mrs Edward Bcyce. (Ruby) are planning to come from Cleveland, Ohio; Mr and Mrs Cornelius De Kriuf (Pauline) and David and Gary from Sheldon and Mrs Marjorie Apple and children who live here will be present alfo. Jbiis Mrs Elizabeth Wright of Arnolds Park died at a Spirit Lake Nursing home recently tit the age of 91. In the spirit of friendliness and good cheer «.*.we thank you for your many favors and sincerely wish to each of you the blessings of peace... good will... good health and happ'w **- at Christmas time! CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS At no other season of the year are warm feelings and friendly words more fitting and sincere than at this time — May we express our sincere thanks to the many home builders and friends who favored us with their business this past year. We had the privilege of building 2? new homes in this community during 1956. We look forward to 1957 with sincere hopes of adding to our list — and we hope that all of you will have a joyous and prosperous New Year ! * % W WEGNER CONSTRUCTION CO. I After Christmas FOWLERS CLEARANCE STARTS WEDNESDAY. DEC. 26 AT 9 A. M. We Are Going All-Out To Bring You Tremendous Savings On Apparel - On Both Floors Ready Every Item — Be Here At 9:00 A.M. Sharp Wednesday COATS VALUES '24.95 to '59.50 , All At One Third Less! • Betty Rose Coats • Ricemore Coats • Mary Lane Coats • Kay McDowall Coats Other Famous Makes Good Color and Size Assortment All New This Fall and Winter Every Coat in Stock Put Out Nothing Held Back! OFF res Regularly t.98 To $14.95 All At One New Price - Quality Suits By A, S. Ml & BETTY ALL REDUCED TO LADIES CATALINA SWEATERS....... 25% Off LADIES HANSEN GLOVi Off 100 FINER HANDBAGS, Choice Vi Off LADIES, MISSES SKIRTS at FOWLERS CHS Regularly $10.95 To $34.50. .. Ail Sizes Included Childrens Dresses.. Vi Off One Extra Large Rack of Dresses For Little To Big Girls HEALTH KNIT SLEEPERS, 2-3, Regularly $2.50... 1.00 CURITY, CHIX DIAPERS, Irregs. Reg. 5.95 doz. - 2.79 FLANNEL PAJAMAS, 4-14, Regularly $2.98 2.29

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