The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1956 · Page 23
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"JOY TO THE WORLD... Here'* our cheery earol for you —. May all the joys of the Holiday Season to yours on Christmas Day I IRVINGTON COOP. CO. 'Grain -Elevator ' E. F. Immerfall. Mgr. W*" ,»»fcfc*i«*»W.*is«^J®».^^ Our entire staff wishes you all the blessings of this holy season and joy and I / happiness in the years to come . . , ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY BUSCHER BROS. Minneapolis-Moline Dealers Gilbert Buscher Dick Buscher Tidbits From Evelyn fcelieve it of not, there are a few people who AREN'T headed west. Two such persons are Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman. They are spending the holidays at Alexnir- dria, Va., with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs A] Do Crane and little son Duvid. There are many relatives of Mrs Hoffman in that vicinity. Mr and Mrs Vernon Kohlhaas, nephew of Mr* Hoffman is in. Washington, D. C nnd others are Mr and Mrs Bob Kohlhaas and Dean Kohlhaas Betty Harig (Mrs Tom Genraty) and her family live not far away at Silver Springs, so it looks like a wonderful vacation. A v * Wh.en I called Emmajean Lighter for news, the little daughter Ann Renee answered the phone. She gave me the information that "mother is looking at some rceeipes." Further information from "mother" was that it was time for A cookie making spree and Ann Renee and tier family of dolls were going to assist. I can remember my own "cookie" days at my mother'.-? side, and I marvel at the patience of mothers, bless them. * * » One of the Chrislmas contributions Frank and Hazel Vera have for their daughter Elvie Hutchinson and children is a black toy Manchester puppy still in the "training" stage. Hazel described him to me and said he will not grow to any size—just six or seven pounds of dog—a sort of "Maggie & Jiggs" animal. I asked Hazel what .-she called him. ' Her answer \yas brief and not what I expected. She replied with some heat," I call him lots of things." She then answered my actual question by sayiny she'd ilet Elvie do the christening * * » V/hrn I asked Mrs Cleve Barton if she and her sister, Mrs J. R, Cook would be together foi the holidaj'S she answered "No. they are enroute to Florida for the" winter." Not CALIFORNIA? It was 33 years ago December 15 that mother and I went there for the winter. Oh my—how many years and what changes. Of the 21 relatives who gathered at Riverside, nine are deceased. » * » Saturday, December 15, set quite a record for Dr. Bray. In a,4, ho.irs he delivered five babies —three girls and two boys. Other doctors have good records too. I wonder who' is the neaiest to this': No wonder we need new schools! * * * • . Kathleen Griffin is spending the holidays with her parents, Mi and Mrs Me] GiiHin. She-teaches- school at Loriu Beach. Calif., am shares an apartment with an tht-r teacher. Barbara Galbraith :>nd Mary Lou Clawion,. tormei- Aljjonans also live in Long Beach ana have an apartment together. The four girls are together a gri-at deal '\nd have lots ol fun. Kathleen' and her roumniHle 1 spirit Thanksgiving at Burb-nk with Mr and Mrs Lloyd - Keith, also former Algerians. Mrs Keith K the former Eve'.yn Van Allen. The yun Aliens took the girl: .1 round Burbank ,to show their points of interest. » » * Art Kiecker had the misfortune to fall from a slippep- n-of.he was inspecting at Duluth Minn., where he is on .a government pioject. The fall was at ;• time when no one was around and he had to crawl two block.- bc-fore he could get help, lie wa.- taken to a hospital wher.j it \\M.< found he had broken bones in the ankle and heel of the left leg.'IIi- was put in a cast and nospital- i/ecl till Friday when he was abli to come home, wearing the cast nowever. « * * Chrislmas greetings are pouring in and I choose some 'jxi'C'rpts which I t'eol ct-rtain many ri-si- di'nts here will want to heai about. From Hazel Lusbv at Coroni' Del Mar, Calif., "I've been promised a trip to see Christmas Treo Lane, which is miles of On behalf of the staff of the ALGONA THEATRE and myself, I wish to express our warmest wishes for a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year. DICK PHILLIPS, Mgr. lighted trees—thru' Santa Ana .inci. down tne shore. My trip out was so good and comfortable it is almost unbelievable that one can be' transported from midwinter to mid-summer so easily. A new, clean, all aluminum coach, quiet and restful. We had. access to the dome car. A' ride in it at sunset is something IT never forget. The drought and winds have taken a loll of some of California's beauty. Sun is too hot today. Radio reports UO degrees." From Mrs Harry Parr., nee Hazel Moore—"I am very 'lonely this Christmas , without Tom (Akre, her step-father, and her husband has-been deceased only a year ago or so) He wrote me the most terrific letters. I wish' I bad saved them all." Haze' lives at Woodland Hills, Calif. Dr. and Mrs Gerald W. Cady, San Diego, sent a'picture of the little boys. They are great grandchildren of my uncle "Put" Cady and are Glenn, Gary and Jimmy. A nice fat letter was enclosed. They plan to see the Bowl Game with friends. A message from Sherm and Kstelle Little from San Rafael, Calif., proves they are back from their five weeks vacation abroad. Lucille Grose Andcr/.en wrote from Los Angeles in part—"Went to Indio for the weekend—so cole. I nearly froze to death. We visited at the ftatwho de flan Juan, three miles out of Indio. The mountains were gorgeous, as ever. "the colors continually changing from pink to purples. A Jetter from Horace and Mary King of Sunnyvale, Calif, men- lions the weather. "It is nice and warm here lodny but we have been having sotne rather cold weather, with frost every morning arid very little rain so far." Horace ; is well known here and his wife has met quite a few poo- pie heito. The Harry Godden are gilojd friends of the Kings too. > My cousin Mrs C]»nunce> Swmney has moved from Riverside wheft'p I mentioned we spent Christirufc so many years ago She now,lives at Mentone. hns a lovely neiv home up in the mountains Of the son Melvin, who is a geologist and taught at Stanford U., fehe writes "Melvin is now livirg in San* Marino, lie a y|2ar apo this n.'ist si"" in A aska for Richfield Oil Corporaticn and they made him such a fir e offer he decided to leave teaching nt Stanford.' 1 There tv'e quite a few mure poisons to! tell you about but I'll »«avo it till:next week. Best washes and a Merry Christmas Uo all who read this. Irvington Ideals The Irvington Ideals met at the home off iMary Ann Erpelding on Dec. 15 With 20 members and two motheits present. Talks were given by Virginia Klein and Donna Mermen, and a demonslra- r4^8rtflk««||re«M^s^^ MERRY CHRISTMAS loads of jolly wishes for the best Christmas ever, to our friends i •ad customers from out entire staff, HOBARTON COOP. ELEVATOR R. L: Reid, Mgr. $ .arxto^.;£*'.ta-K^».!2.fc»*:£-<fc^^ f tion hy Judy Frtdrrp.".. A gift exchange took place. Our very best wishes go out to you at this holiday season — along with sincere thanks for your patronage. LARRY'S RECREATION Larry Knoll And The Gang The crow is the wiliest of all birds, • • Hi« Tuesday, Deeemhef 1$, 1956' Alflona (la.) Uppet 0«t FOOD i I i i i ideas FOR HOLIDAY HOSPITALITY Set a Buffet-Beautiful taming and F««tlv«—Make way for your buffet's crowning glory—dessert that flickers with flame! Top a favorite cake with peach halves and sugar4umps soaked in lemon extract. What a sight when you light it! Qala as the great taste of Coca-Cola—and just as traditional at a party. "Cok«" ti a r*gltt«r«d trade-mark. Copyright 1956 Th« Coca-Cola Company* Cinnamon-Candy Ham—Baked ham Is king of the buffet table wearing a coat of scarlet candy-glaze. Peppery cinnamon candies make the basting—melted down in pineapple juice. Set thia out right next to a smacking big bucket of ice-cold Coke. It's the party refreshment that's really fun with food I FAMILY-SIZE KING-SIZE REGULAR-SIZE And H«r«'s th« Hoppiftt ld«« for Holiday Infer* talnlna—Now you'll find there are 3 party- perfect ways to bring home the Coke. Yes—you can enjoy the famous quality of Coca-Cola in Regular-Size, King-Size, Family-Size tool Bring home the Coke ! FAMILY KINO ling Co., Humboldt, la. // To our many friends and customers we extend our sincerest wishes for a happy holiday and a healthy New Year! Many thanks for your continued patronage SECURITY STATE BANK "Tho Friendly Bank Algeria, Iowa Memb3r FDIC

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