The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1965 · Page 7
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Auxiliary At Wesley Plans A Bake Sale WESLEY - Legion Auxiliary met Nov. 3. they voted to give $2 to the Kossuth County Retailed childrens fund and $2 to the State Presidents project which Is Diaries for Veterans. The usual Christmas gift will be sent to the sponsored girl at Woodward. The auxiliary will send eight gifts and $2 to the Veterans hospital in Des Moines for the Christmas gift shop. Plans were made for a bake sale to be held Nov. 20 in the Legion hall. Lunches will be served that afternoon. Clara Hauptman and Marjorie Goetz* are chairman. 140 tray favors were made by members. They have been presented to the Britt hospital, West View Retirement Home In Britt, St. Ann hospital and Good Samaritan Home in Algona. The Christmas party will be held Dec. 1, with a pot luck lunch at 7:00. Members are to bring a 50? gift for an exchange and a 50? gift for men or women to be sent to Woodward, wrapped and designated whether for a man or woman. Helen Johnson and Jo Meurer are on entertainment committee and Clara Goetz, Myrtle Lease and Mildred Studer on kitchen committee. A Kossuth county Auxiliary meeting was held at Hurt Nov. 9. Peggy Rasmussen and Edna Flom served lunch. Marie Lickteig and Josie Lickteig were on the entertainment committee. Emma Olson and Helen Johnson were door prize winners. - o SHOWER HONOREE Rita Eisenbacher was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday in St. Joseph's parish hall. She is a daughter of Vincent Eisenbacher *nd the late Dorothy Eisenbacner and will become the bride of Al Goranson of Bartlesville, Okla. Nov. 27. o - Herman Bode, Ed Otis, Don Hanig, Vic Loebig, John Muehe and Herman Studer were on the refreshment committee at the meeting of the K. C.s at Algona, Nov. 3. Jbhn Lickteig and Lou Lickteig attended the meeting, Mrs. Herman Bode accompanied Mary Chapman, Des Moines, TB and Health chairman, on a visit to schools in Hancock county Oct. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friisare parents of a 6 lb., 11 oz. baby girl born Nov. 1 in the Britt hospital. She has been named Laura Lynn. She has one brother and one sister. REMODELING SALE MORE MARK-DOWNS ON QUALITY FURNITURE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT DURING OUR .REMODELING SALE. WE WANT TO MOVE EVERYTHING OUT TO THE BARE WALLS. CHECK PRICE TAGS ON ALL ITEMS. BIG SAVINGS FOR YOU DURING THIS SALE I TOP-DRAWER SPECIALS! CHAIRS BEDROOM ROOM SUITES HUNDREDS OF ITEMS BETTER HURRY FOSTER'S Korene fitch Is Bride In Titonka Ceremony Carroll. Waitresses were Sydelle Harms, Sharon Hix, Joan Fitch and Cindy Harms. Gifts were in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf. Gift bearers were George Hix, Allen Fitch and Jo- Thursday, Nov. 11, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r 0« MofrtM-7 Lynn Harms. The bride attended Titonka high school and the groom is a graduate of West Henri high school THIS COUPON WORTH $2 ON PERMANENT WAVE AND HAIRCUT TWIN-CO BEAUTY SALON 70S No. Phillips Algona Corrinne Lalng (Offer Expires Nov. 26, IMS) and is emplbyed by Dole Construction of Irvington. The bridal couple will make their home in West Bend. (Glenn's Photo) PORTLAND - Korene Kaye Fitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. Fitch, Titonka, became the bride of Richard Grosser, son of Mr*, and Mrs. Jesse Grosser of West Bend, in a double ring ceremony Oct. 17, at 2 p. m. in the Presbyterian church, Burt, with Rev. Bruce Calbreath officiating in the presence of about 200 guests. Sydelle Harms and Sharon Hix were candle lighters. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley sang, accompanied by organist Mrs. Leonard Stenzel. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a bridal floor - length gown fashioned of Chantilace and silk organza, basque lace bodice, Sabrina neckline. The redingote was accented with scallops, falling to a chapel train. A finger-tip veil fell from a crown of pearls. Her jewelry was a pearl drop necklace and earrings, gifts of the groom. She carried a bouquet of white gladiolas and was attended by her sister, Judy Fitch, as maid of honor, and Carol Ann Zimmerman, bridesmaid. The groom was attended by cousins, Dale Killmer as best man and Ronnie Killmer, groomsman. Ringbearer was Douglas Harms. Ushers were Reed Scott and David Hix. A reception followed in the church parlors. Mrs. Edward Harms poured, Mrs. Arthur Hix cut the cake, assisted by Mrs. Martin Zimmerman. Punch was served by Mrs. Harold Fitch. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen and kitchen workers were Evelyn Angus, Viola Becker, EvaShipler,VeraRings- dorf, Elva Boettcher, Sarah Stewart, Frances Smith and Hazel Spot Bottle Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, now an extra-smooth 6 years old, will continue to sell at the regular 4-year-old prices! Jeffrey Forburger, son of the Tom Forburgers Jr., was honored at a birthday party Thursday at the home of his grandparents, the Dr. Raneys. Jeffrey was 5 years old. BOOK^EEK M National Childrens Book Week was observed last week by pupils of both schools. Mrs. L. H. Klein accompanied the local kindergarten pupils and their teaclier, Anna Flom, to the library Thursday morning. The 5th and 6th grades of the public school visited it later , that day. Opal Nygaard was their hostess and was also hostess to the pupils of the first six grades of St. Joseph's parochial school. The kindergarten youngsters were given seals to be placed in their own story book. Book marks were given to the other children. The theme for this year is "Sing Out for Books." - o - PLAN BAZAAR W. S. C. S. met Nov. 3 in the Methodist church with Opal Nygaard, Marj. Hemmingsen and Edna Flom. Esther Schroeder led devotions. Esther Smith had the lesson. Ella Eden and Laura Eden had the projept. Plans were made for a bazaar and noon luncheon to be held Dec. 1 for the public in the church dining room. The Methodist board held a meeting Thursday evening. - o - The Bob Lickteig family of Torrance, Calif, were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the parental, Lou Lickteig home. A group of women attended an all-day workshop for Farm Bureau women in the Methodist church in Algona Nov. 3. Relatives here received word that Adam Matern of Grand Meadow, Minn, was transferred from a hospital there to a Rochester,- Minn, hospital last week. Parent - teacher conferences were held Friday in the Convith Wesley schools, The junior class play was presented at Corwith that evening, Mrs. Frank Bleich entertained her contract bridge club Wednesday evening, Mrs. Justine Becker and Mrs. Viola Studer were guests, Mrs. Len Arndorfer won high prize. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer will entertain the group Nov. 17. Sophia Berg of Lacrosse, Wis. came Nov. 3 to visit Anna and Lthel Flom. Corwith-Wesley schools were hosts to the Hancock teachers ?.t a -.'.iiuer Nov, 9 at 6:30 in the Corwith lunch room. Mrs, Herman Bode, Mrs. Elmer Doughan and Mrs. Vic Loebig attended the meeting of the Jolley Dozen club at Lynn Olson home near Britt Nov. 2. The Mark Bode family of Omaha spent the .Oct. 31 weekend in the parental John Steier ,,home. at. Whittemor,e and ,the -Herman Bode.home. > ,,:,. L o o o-o OLD Mr. BOSTON SPOT BOTTLE KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 86 Proof NOW SIX YEARS OLD Longer aging makes a good bourbon great! CODE 1340 FIFTH CODE /341 PINT MR. BOSTON DISTILLER INC. BOSTON MASS. A CHEVROLET WORKPOWER WITH DOUBLE-STRONG CONSTRUCTION Chevy pickups for '66 are built strong to stand up to tough jobs. Cabs, for example, have double-wall roof construction, a rigid double-wall cowl and husky framing around door openings. Lower side panels of Fleetside models are also double-walled. Chassis, too, is designed for extra strength. You can get a 6W, 8-, or 9-ft. body and a big new 250-cu.-in. Six. Or specify a rugged 327-cu.-in. V8. Get a double-strong pickup that's a glutton for work! Talk to your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck. NO. 1 WAY TO WORK KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 S. HALL ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295*3554

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