The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1966 · Page 12
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Winter Vocal Concert At AHS Dec. 14 "0 Come, Emmanuel" will be the title of the Christmas music concert presented by the vocal music department of the Algona Community School Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. The program, which is always a favorite of the people in Algona at Christmas time, will create for the public some new and different arrangements and ideas about the season of Christmas through the sounds of music. One of the special highlights of the program will feature the mixed chorus performing "And The Glory Of The Lord' and the "Hallelujah" chorus from Handel's "The Messiah." This year, Steve R. George, director of vocal activities at the Junior and senior high schools, is doing quite a few works that use the 80-voice mixed chorus, combined with the 140- voice 7th and 8th grade mixed chorus. Other music groups that will be presented in the program will be the lyric girls chorus, band girls chorus, Symphonettes, modern choir and a brass group under the direction of William Castle from the instrumental department Harold Nelson, I Ex-Area Man, Died Dec. 7 Military services for Harold John Nelson, 52, well-known in the Algona and Bancroft areas, will be held this Thursday, Dec. 15, at 2 p.m. in the McCullough Funeral Chapel here, with Rev. Walter Morz of the Presbyterian church officiating. Burial will follow at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Mr. Nelson had made his home in California since 1952 and he died there Dec. 7. He had been in failing health for the past several years and was a victim of multiple sclerosis. He was the son of Siguert W. and Edna Blaker Nelson and was born June 2, 1914 at Bancroft. He served in World War 0. His father preceded him in death in 1964. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. John Sanders, his stepfather, John Sanders, and a brother, Dale, all of Sacramento, CaL; two brothers, Francis and LeRoy, Algona; six children; and five grandchildren. Files Suit For $100,000 On Behalf Of Sen Carma Rasmussen, as legal guardian for property of Glen Rasmussen of West Bend, filed suit in Palo Alto District Court last week seeking $100,000 damages from LeRoy M. and Felix TMlges of West Bend, The action stems from an accident Nov. 20, 1965, on a county gravel road near West Bend. Mrs. Rasmussen charges that a car owned and driven by Glen Rasmussen was struck by a car owned by Felix Thilges and driven by LeRoy. She charges negligence in the operation of the car, Mrs. Rasmussen claims that as a result of the accident Glen was permanently injured. These injuries included severe brain and other injuries, according to the petition, and she seeks medical eipenses already incurred, as well as for future medical care. Grant School Auction Sale Grant Consolidated School furnishings were scattered after a sale Tuesday of several hundreds of items. There were 310 sales — some including more than one item that brought a total of $1,340. Auctioneer was Clair Clark of Ledyard and Ceylon. One of the highest priced items was an antique clock that sold for $61 and went to O. W. Blotn- ster of Swea City. W. L. (Buzz) Reynolds, a Grant High School graduate and former member of the school board, bought the old school bell for $51. St. Paul's Lutheran School at Fairmont' bought the stage curtains and a few other items for $50. L. C. Gardner, Swea City teacher and a former superintendent of the Grant School, paid $26 for the piano. Proceeds from the sale will be divided between two school districts. Two thirds will go to the Swea City School district, inasmuch as two thirds of the old Grant Consolidated school area merged with Swea City, and one third will go to the Grant Independent School district, which is still operating until its disposition is decided by the court. Al0ona, (la.) Upp«r DM MolnM Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1966 Swea Woman's Funeral Held On Thursday Services for Mrs. Margaret M. Thompson, 92, were held at 2 p. m. Thursday in the First Baptist church at Swea City. Mrs. Thompson died of complications incident to advanced age Tuesday morning at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Burial was at Swea Township cemetery. Barnes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Thompson was born Aug. 14, 1874, in Wales, England. Her parents were American citizens but were visiting in England at the time of her birth. She and her husband, E. E. Thompson, came to Iowa about 1910, settling in the Swea City area. He died last September. Survivors include two sons, Dettmer and Lionel, both of Swea City; two grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and two brothers. Pickup Wreck A CMC pickup driven by Linda Lou Pfeffer, 18, Wesley, slid off the edge of a gravel road two miles north and 1 3/4 miles east of Sexton at 12:30 p. m. Sunday and sustained an estimated $400 damage. The driver said she took her eyes off the road for a few seconds and the wheels of the vehicle went off the road. The vehicle went out of control when she pulled it back on the road and upset in the south ditch. #***:Mc***********^^ * _ QPEN OPEN EVERY NITE TIL 9 EXCEPT SATURDAY EVERY NITE TIL 9 EXCEPT SATURDAY * LADY SUNBEAM ELECTRIC RAZOR "Mirco-Twin" shave. Attractive pink case. $6.99 MRMASTER HAND MIXER Vbti Hbnr with heavy duty motor md l*ie tan mix boaters. Mixing guide; spMd control. Boater ejector. Free color poneb. 2903/VHMP 12.94 .•n I .« Tru-Test Automatic ELECTRIC OPENER Opens all size, shape, cans. Magnetic lid lifter keeps lid out of food. $7.88 (B) HUMIOIGUIDE Tells relative humidity and temperature . . . $2.95 (C) THERMOMETER tells both inside and outside temperature $5 . STEAM or DRY IRON* Penetrating steam. Water window. Wash-n- wear settings. Iron any fabric. 2810/F80T DIAL-A COOKY Press For party-pretty cookies! 12 designs. 3 forming plates, recipes. Aluminum. 3813/MQ357-22 ELECTRIC SLICING KNIFE Carve to the very end with the "tip that trims." 19.94 Finest quality, deeply scalloped stainless steel blades. Special "tip that trims" for cutting around bones, joints, etc. Fingertip on/off trigger switch. Safely lock. Removable cord. Just guide it along! 2803/VEK50 Imported English TOFFEE Assorted toffee and mixed fruit drops in beautiful reusable canister Big 20 oz. Canister 98c CORN POPPER • tar frtptat, Utebm, outdoor irMs. Pop corn the old fashioned way! Decorative too with its rigid black bowl and walnut handle. 2-qt. cap. 4525/189QX FRUIT CAKES 2 Ib. 98c ea. New skates — $6.99 Up TOBOGGANS 6 ft. Toboggan from the best quality Northern Adirondack Ash $18.88 CHRISTMAS TREES All sizes-Tree lights and accessories We Still Have A Good Selection of Toys. * * * * •t- * * * * * * * * * * * *• •* • e•e- •f- * * * * * * * # * * * * * Just Arrived! A New Shipment of Genuine Westmoreland Milk Glass. LARGEST SELECTION IN TOWN! FREDERICK HARD iw ARE DON FREDERICK. Own.j ALGONA 4e***^***4c*4:**************)M'*******4e4(*4c4c4c*4^

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