The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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faxes in Iowa are rising faster than personal income. From 1950 to 1902 taxes increased 117 per- cent. Frofn 1950 to 1962 personal income rose an estimated 59 percent. "OKLAHOMA" Starts Sunday at regular prices at the Algona Theatre. Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones harmonize one of the great musical numbers from Rodgers and Hainmerstein's "Oklahoma!" in Cinemascope and color by Technicolor, opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Federated Club At Titonka Has Christmas Party Tilonka — Titonka federated Woman's club held their Christmas meeting Thursday evening, Dec. 6, at Good Hope Lutheran church. Invitations were extended to Kossuth County clubs to attend. This was a meeting in which Mrs Clyde Dudley, LuVerne, and teacher at thr school for retarded children ct Algona, spoke and showed slides on activities at .the school. • A Tape Line Tea was held following the program, the proceeds of which went to the retarded school. A musical story of Christmas was presented by a woman's chorus, led by Mrs Donald Budlong. The Titonka Woman's Club met Thursday evening for their annual guest party. Hostesses were Mrs R. L. Krantz, Mrs Howard Andrews and Mrs J. Budlong. Mrs C. F. Callies showed colored slides and gave a talk on their recent trip to Alaska. The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Senus Isebrand. Mrs Geo Peterson and Mrs Fred Bruns were assistant hostesses. The an "ual Christmas party was held Program was in charge of Herb Isebrand, Mrs Dale Higgins and Mrs A. Boelkes. Relatives from here who attended the funeral of John Briggs of Algona were Mr and Mrs George Peterson, Mr and Mrs Ernest Peterson, Mr and Mrs William Peterson, Mr and Mrs Elmer Peterson. Mr and Mrs Merle Peterson and Mrs Lela Bentley. After the services, Mr and Mrs Gene Peterson and Mr and Mrs Richard Peterson of Ft. Dodge visited at the parental Ernest eterson home. Visitors last week at the L. C. Heifner home were the Lewis Heif- ners of Renwick and the Claii Heifners of Hear Lake. Mr arn Mrs Clarence Graham of Ade< were weekend guests ol Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings. Mr and Mrs Carl Giesking have returned home after spending same time visiting their son and family, t h e Lewis Gieskings Phoenix, Ariz. Family Fellowship Night was held at Titonka Methodist church Sunday. Hosts were Ted DeBoer, Harry Beed, Alan Eden, Clarence Akkerman, Don Budlong. Sadie Denton, Maggie Boekelman. Following the meal, a Christmas program was presented by the Church School young people, sponsored by the worship and educational commissions. Uppcc .Bess ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1962 VOL. 97 - NO. 49 Lakota Sieve Tjaden. Rny Riorlo, Ri|| Tokheim ,,f swca Cily. Clarenro Brandt of Titonka ,-i.ul Mrs Htir cletle Hocpptier ntlemled a district resolutions commilhv meet in.' of the Farm Bureau ; ,l Mason niv Monday. J Mr and Mrs Carl Ife -"r were Sunday eveniig visitors . t the W E. Meyer b',-ne. Mr and Vis Kenneth Aukes ant' boys were guests a! the homo of Mrs I>etty Meyer for her birthday. Mr and Mrs Rogi .• Aukes and family of Ledyard were Sundaj supper guests al the Kennel). Aukes home. Mr and Mrs Ed Miller and family of SI. Peter, Minn, were Sun day visitors at Ihe Mike Christ Jr. home. Mr and Mrs John V. Dorenbush and Mr and Mrs Alvin Boettcher were Saturday evening visitors at :he Otto Mertzke home to help hem celebrate their wedding anniversary. STORAGE CABINETS, metal, al ALL PURCHASES GIFT WRAPPED AT GRAHAMS ... NO CHARGE ! Mr and Mrs \V. A. M.-yer and Mr and Mrs John V. DoYcnhush were Sunday evening visitors ;i< the Eldon Sachs home Mrs Kalic Geilliaus of Muhli.inl was n Friday overniglil jjiics! of Mrs Pauline Klork.v Mr and Mrs Ronald Heel land visited Sunday with Ihe \Va\ne Heellands al Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Olio Kan-Is and family were Sunday evening visitors wilh Mr and Mrs John Kan-Is at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs James Van Hove were Sunday visitors al the Oltn Karels home. Mr and Mrs Roberl Ruhy and family were Sunday dinner i^icsi- iil Ihe Paul Kocklcr home. Honor 40 Year Members Lone Rock Legion Post RINGSTED NEWS Mr and Mrs N'orris Shryoc k re turned Monday from Ohfnng. Ill where they visiled (he past (line weeks at the home of their son, Roland Shryock. Mr and Mrs Albert I'llesiaii visited Sum! .y al the home of Mrs Ullestad's ,1'inl. rMs Carl Makerson at F.'.irmont, Minn. Judy Nielsen and Hugh Rayne of Minneapolis .'••pent several days at Ihe parental Me]\ in Nielsen home. Mrs T. II. Chrislensen entertained the Bridge Club at her home r-u-sdaj . Mrs .Johanna Met/ and Mrs Joe '.'liens \isiled Sunday \\ith (he laller's mother. Mrs Berlha Brighten at II >jy F.imily hospital. V « T" handsome colorful BEDSPREADS a wonderful gift for the home . . . choose from antique patterns, chenilles, jacquards. Solid white, antique white, or many home fashion colors. — up DECORATOR PILLOWS handsome accessory for every room in the house . . . smart throw cushions in square or round shapes and a myriad of decorator colors. big, thirsty TOWEL SETS beautifully boxed for gifting . . . solid decorator colors and stunning new prints and stripes, so perfect for Christmas giving. $199 & perfect for giving . . . TABLECLOTHS Exquisite laces by Scranton, damasks by Saydah, and gay new prints for every day, many fancy embroidered LINENS gift linens, sure to please, dresser and table scarves, handsome place mats, luncheon BED PILLOWS allergy-free bed pillows of Dacron with handsome printed covers. I m ENDS TONITE (WED.) "THE MIRACLE WORKER" 2 NEW FEATURES FRIDAY and SATURDAY - DEC. 14-15 TECHNICOLOR* SHOWN AT 9:15 ONLY THE MOST DANGEROUS . MISSION IN THE HISTORY OF JUNGLE WARFARE! ... n CJPI IRELAND-SLOANE'MORROW'ESMOND »n.H(iS»HO H««K .,; V n - n ». ,,„ "*CAIN[-JACK WARNER. IK-IRWINR.BLACKER. SHOWN AT 7:45 ONLY SATURDAY MATINEE DEC. 15 ONLY fashionable PRINTED SHEETS by famous Pepperell, flat or fitted sheets in bright new prints ... a lovely way to say "Merry Christmas" . . . $2.99 Pillow Cases to Match - 69c ea. 81 x 108 or double bed fitted GIFT BLANKETS warm, handsome miracle fiber blankets in solid decorator colors, plaid or stripes, jacquard or floral patterns. White grounds, pastels, or fashion colors. In the warm tradition of the great boy and dog adventures! COLUMBIA PICTURES ptesenls . oducmqTRAVIS LEMMONO PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY DEC. 16-19 THE GLORIOUS ENTERTAINMENT EVENT FOR EVERYONE! *3^ «• $ 10 99 Gay, printed KITCHEN TOWELS thirsty terry towels, printed in bright provincial kitchen patterns . for small gifts. nice 2 00 An Award N'ighl. honoring members of the Kcrr-llammcrstrom Post 557 of the American Legion, was held recently at Lone Rock, and members of the post with 40 years of membership were honored. Pictured above, left to right, at the 40-year members Kd Tigges, Adjutant; (ieorge Haiti; Vernon Fide'-lick. Livermore, nth DistrK t Commander, a guesl; William Murray, Hoy Jensen, F.d Ohm. Kilo Harm, Harold Holmgren. Jack Nelson of Lake Mills, nth district vice commander, a guest; Phil Inman, post commander, Gene Herson and Angus Cotton. F.rnesl Jensen was unable to he present because of illness. Loses Index Finger Scnccn — Charles Beaver. Seneca farmer, suffered a painful injury when be lost Ihe end of his right index finger in a farm ae- ciclenl. Mr Beaver was hitchinft the tractor to the tandem disk when the tractor suddenly rolled backward catching bis finger between the draw-bar and the disk hitch. He was taken immediately to u physician who removed tho bone up to Ihe first joint. ~Ss4SS5RSS3Sk£ GENE NELSON-CHARLOnE GREENWOOD (DOIE MBERHAMES WMd ROD S1EIGER OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN e< "" °* TECHNICOLOR ADMISSION 85c UIIIJUKEN 25c PLUS COLOR CAKTOON Birthday Club Hebekah Lodges Birthday club members had their annual Christmas party at the Johnson Mouse, Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. A short business meeting was held, followed by revealing of Secret Sisters of 1962. The next Birthday Club meeting will be January lf> with Belly Galbrailh assisted !••' Bertha Spear and Mabel Lund. OWLS John Brown, living in the Lelan vicinity, and a friend Lawrem ^ Hylland, a local farmer tit Lake Mills, have two unusual baby owls which they caught Thanksgiving. MASON The Peaceful l.oilg ^. r >t of Woodward honored Han Benson of Perry on his fiuth aiu.iversary as a Mason. Thursday — Free Merchants Show, "The Wild Westerners", 1:30 - ,'i:05 • 4:45 - (i:^. r ) - tl:05 - 9:45. Friday and Saturday — "Brush- fire", 7:45 Only; "My C.eisha", !):15 Only. Saturday matinee — "My Dog Buddy" and ti color cartoons starting at l;:io. Sunday — "Oklahoma", 1 :i(l I 10 - (i:55 - 11:35 Monday thru Wednesday — "Oklahoma", 7 00 and If LT) ALGONA Thurs., Dec. 13 Continuous From 1:30 P.M. MERCHANTS ANNUAL FREE TREATRE PARTY! GET YOUR FREE TICKET FROM THE MERCHANTS WITH THE SIGN IN THEIR WINDOW . . . WILD WESTERN THRILLS AND ACTION! PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS

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