The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1965 · Page 31
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 31

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Wednesday, November 24, 1965
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[Wesley Guild To Hove Xmas Party Dec. 16 WESLEY - St. Joseph's Guild [held a meeting in the parish hall Tuesday evening. Mary Bluml reported on the D. C. C. W. convention which she, Hertula Wingert, Rita Youngwirth and Marie Lickteig attended at Le- Mars recently. They called briefly on Father Mason, who is at Merrill. Hazel Studer, charity chairman of the D. C. C. W., reported on the workshop which was held at Mallard lately. She urged the women to roll bandages, sew layettes, hospital gowns and such. Maud Studer, spiritual development chairman, spoke on that subject. Hertula Wingert spoke for Helen Koppen on Christian Doctrine. Father Gerald Zernan spoke on the Thanksgiving clothing drive. The Christmas meeting will be held Dec. 16 with circles 8 and 9 in charge. Circle 7 served lunch. 500 was played. Mary Weber and Kate Seller were prize winners. - o - NEW BABIES Pamela Sue was born Nov. 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Peterson. Linda Marie was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Otis Nov. 7. Deanne Marie gladdened the home of the Rollin Studers Nov. 12. Laura Lynn was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fries, Nov. 1. •!.' - 0 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonn and Mrs. Viola Studer were Thursday evening dinner guests in the Bill Studer home in Algona. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer entertained at two tables of contract bridge Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ceo;, Vitzthum arid Mrs. Mary Rockwood were guests. Mr; and Mrs. Frank Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ricke attended a bank meeting for coops in Omaha, Nov. 15-16-17. Bleidh is manager of the Partners Co-op Elevator Co. and Rick"e has charge of the lumber yard. Mrs. Cliff Anfinson attended the annual state cancer meeting at Des Moines Nov. 13. She was a delegate. A group of second graders from St. Joseph's parochial school will receive their first holy communion Dec. 12. Louis Simpson, local postmaster, attended an all-day meeting in Charles City Nov. 10. He attended one that evening at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wagner of Fort Dodge spent Nov. 15 at the parental Al Wagner home. Mrs. Al Wagner accompanied them home for a week's visit. A daughter was born Nov. 14 to Mr. and Mrs. BUI Hanig at the Britt hospital. The nine pound Miss has been named Patty Lynn. She joins two sisters and a brothers. Mrs. Hanig is the former Karen Michaelson. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Hanig are the youngsters paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Giddings of WUte Plains, N. Y., visited his brother, Gordon Giddings, last week, Glen is a retired General Electric employee, They also visited relatives at Burt, Britt, Humboldt and LuVerne, MrS. Charles Hirner and daughter of Emmetsburg spent the Nov. 14 weekend in the Geo, Hirner home, Mr, and Mrs, Hirner spent Nov. 11 with the Hirners in Emmetsburg. Kindergarten pupils of the public, school had a .change of classroom last week. They were transplanted to the Corwith building while heating facilities were repaired in the local building. Mrs. Norine Studer of Anaheim, Calif., visited the Frimmls, Fred Bohns, Gayle Studers and Mrs. Vi Studer Wednesday, she was a guest several days in the home of her brother, Eugene Huber and wife in Algona, and visited many friends. She was employed in Christensen's store in Algona before going to California several years ago. She spent several weeks in Des Moines with her son, Don Studer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stevens and Ray attended the Gov. Hughes coffee hour at the governor's Nov. 24, 1965 Algeria (lei.) Upper Dei Moine*-l£ mansion in Des Moines, Nov. 13. They attended a meeting in the Veterans Auditorium there that evening. Vice President Humphrey was guest speaker. Ray Steven, Jr. took the entrance test at the Junior College at Mason City. The Calvin Meinecke family of Jamaica are expected to spend the Thanksgiving weekend at the parental N. F.Weber home. They all will be Thanksgiving dinner guests at the LeRoy Grandgenett home. Other guests will be the Geo. Roeders of St. Benedict, the John Roeders of Algona and the Harold Webers. EARLY SHOPPER HARRISON'S * GIFS WE'RE STACKED FROM FLOOR TO CEILING WITH CHRISTMAS BUYS JUST FOR YOU ! BOARD COMPLETE MATTEL DOLLS BARBIE - MIDGE SKIPPER - SKOOTER 22 COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL ACCESSORIES AND CLOTHES TUDOR BABY FIRST STEP DOLL Vibi-s' Vi'VO••: BARBIE'S IT TOY SALE! GAMES - TRUCKS - CARS - TRACTORS TELEPHONES - PAINT SETS - TEA SETS DR. & NURSE KITS - HOBBY HORSES ALL REG. $1.00 VALUES YOUR CHOICE 77 GIFT WRAP FOIL - TISSUE NOVELTY REG. $1.00 BOX 88* Christmas Cards 88* RELIGIOUS OR CONVENTIONAL REG. $1.00 BOX HARRISON'S * ALQONA'S LEADING VARIETY STORE *

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