The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1965
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10-Algeria, (lo.y Upper Des Mefnw Thurtdoy, December 2, 1965 Xmas Parties Galore For Wesley Groups WESLEY - American Legion Auxiliary held its annual Christmas party Dec. 1 in the Legion hall with pot-luck at 7 o'clock. The K. & H. Oil Co. will have their Christmas party at Titonka Thursday evening, Dec. 2, for employees, directors and their wives. The annual Christmas party for employeesj board members and their wives of Co-opCream- ery will be held at Jerry's at Corwith Saturday evening Dec. 4. The Farmers Co-op Elevator Christmas party is to lie held Dec. 14 at Van's Caie, Algona. St. Joseph's Guild will meet Dec. 16 for a Christmas meeting and party. Circles 8 and 9 are in charge. The C. D. A. Christmas party L<5 to be held Dec. 21. Prairie Neighbors will hold their Christmas dinner party at noon, Dec. 9 at Al's Lounge. The afternoon will be spent in playing cards. The Neighborhood Birthday Club will entertain their husbands at a 6:30 dinner party at Al's Lounge, Dec. 2. They Vrfll spend the evening at the home of Mrs. Justine Becker playing cards. The women will reveal their secret sisters in a gift exchange. - o - HOLD MEETING C. A. A.'s held a meeting Nov. 23. Margaret Root, presi- .dent, presided. The group voted to sponsor a poetry-writing contest in St. Joseph's parochial school. They voted to purchase Christmas seals and to make the usual Christmas gift presentations. The annual Christ- 'mas party will be held Tuesday evening, Dec. 21, with the usual gift exchange. On the serving committee are Clara Erdman, Rose Hauptly, Maude Studer, Eileen Johnson,, Sharlene Haupt-man, Clara Haverly, Beatrice ilildman, Angeline Foertsch, Elizabeth Dornbier, Joy Hanig iand Tracy Ward. ^ On the entertainment com- jaaittee are Erma Kunz, Rose- ;,mary Stott, Colleen Studer, Fran- ;ces Weber, Mildred Cosgrove, Vanda Pfeffer, Viola Kollasch, Marie Orthel, Mary Bode, Clara "Hauptman and Karen Hanig. - o - : Thanksgiving guests of the Will ; Martineks were Eileen Martinek : of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Harold " Martinek and family. The family dinner party honored Harold's birthday. The Jim Walker family enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ben Walker at West Bend. Thanksgiving guests in the Al' bert Lickteig home were the Ed Kenyons of Whittemore, the Tom Lickteigs and the Lou Lickteigs. Mrs. Liz Lucey of Algona visited Mrs. Mag Bleich Nov. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rockwood of Corwith visited Mrs. Mary : Rockwood Nov. 21. . Sister Catherine of Mason City ' spent the weekend with her ', mother, Mrs. Mary Wingert and i other relatives. *, The Arden Hovlands of Minnei apolis spent Nov. 25-27 in the : Geo. Ricke home. Other holiday 'i guests were the Mike Vitzthums, : Dean Rickes and Connie Lickteig. ''. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Becker v and children of Dubuque spent i several days over the holiday ;" weekend at the parental Mrs. :• Justine Becker home. : Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer, :* Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Studer, :• Mr. and Mrs. Don Studer, Mr. '•; and Mrs, Rollin Studer of Britt, i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Studer, i Iowa Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. C August Studer held a house- ; : warming for the Kermit Studers, ! '< now of Clear Lake, Thursday :' evening. .? Mrs. Jo Meurer and Jim were ;• Thanksgiving guests in the N. J. £ Meurer home at Plover. The :• Don Vogel family of Lohrville »• were also guests. fc Mr, and Mrs. Herman Studer W ere Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Merlin Studer home. Other guests were the Jo Buschers and Jim McEnroes of t» Algona, ;• Mr. and Mrs. Steve Doughan i" and children, Mr. and Mrs. Luke * youngwirth and family and Mr. £ and Mrs. George Vitzthum were £ Thanksgiving guests in the Tom $ Vitzthum home in Laurens. f- Mrs. BUI Koppen and Mrs. *, L. S. Koppen attended a birth| day party for Mrs. Roland Sen| »idt at the Mrs. Elaine Jones fi home in Garner Nov. 23. * The Craig Loebigs of Hopkins, ^ Minn, spent Nov. 24-26 in the parental Wilfred Loebig home. Craig is employed in the home office of the Fabritex Co. Other Thanksgiving guests were the Bill Loebtgs of Ft. Dodge. The Norbert Hilberts were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Dave Hilbcrts, Algona. Other guests were the Bill Duffy's and Ray Mertz's of Algona. Relatives here received word last week that Capt. Tom Forburger had landed in Viet Nam. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the L. S. Koppen home were the Roland Schmidts, Garner, Erwin Wiltgens, Algona, and Bill Koppens. Sunday evening, Nov. 21, dinner guests in the Bill Koppen home were A. J. Reuger, Bancroft, Mrs. Bob Lickteig and children and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Koppen. Mrs. Lickteig and children have returned to California to join Mr. Lickteig who Is employed at Douglas Aircraft. Roger Flom of Iowa City and his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lybarger and children of Denver, Colo., spent the Thanksgiving weekend with their mollier, Mrs. Kate Flom. Father Linus Eisenbacher and his housekeeper, Teresa Erli- emelr of Odelwlt, were Thanksgiving guests of his sister, Mrs. Richard Hammond and husband. They spent several days with his relatives here and attended the Saturday wedding of his niece, Rita Eisenbacher and Al Goranson. Father Linus said the nuptial high mass. Guests at the John Bauer home for Thanksgiving dinner were the Geo. Wellicks, Charles City, Bill Bauers and Ralph Bauer and family, Whittemore, the Bill Hrubes, Mrs. Bernadette Pfeffer and family and the parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer. Mrs. Ralph Bauer was unable to attend as her mother was critically ill in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge. The Everett Acker sons had as holiday evening dinner guests the Jack Lickteig family, Connie Lickteig, student nurse from Mercy hospital, Mason City, Bob Ricke and Mrs. Viola Studer. Stan Johnson family of Cold Springs, Minn, were Thanksgiving weekend guests in the G. M. Studer home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Loebig and family spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and M rs. John Shedda and family at Chelsea. Mrs. Chloie Simpson, the Stanley , Louis and Richard Simpsons, Tony Larsons anrftoxiklSe'Larsofis *" joined a group of relatives at the Lloyd Gerber's in Algona Nov. 21 for a pre-Thanksgiving dinner party. Many Dinners At Lone Rock, Past Weekend LONE ROCK - Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Alfred Schadendorf were Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kinne and family, Corwith, Alfred Schadendorf Jr. family, Algona, Mrs. Richard Mittag and family, Jefferson and Mrs. Franke Schadendorf, Lakota. Evening guests were the Junior Hurlburt family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms, Burt. Rev. and Mrs. L. Kingma, Alice and Paul and Fiancee stopped Thurs. at the P. M. Christ* enson home enroute from Oak Park, 111. to Little Rock, la. where they were Thanksgiving guests at the Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Schultz home and also to visit Mr. Kingma's mother in the Sibley hospital where she has been the past three months following surgery. The Ronald Christenson family, Belgrade, Minn., Melvin Meyer family, Swea City, the E. A. Lees, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Britt, Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Mr. Will Christenson and Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, were Friday dinner guests at the A. A. Krueger's. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Melford Mitchell, Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. E. A, Lee, Mrs. Jesse Blanchard, Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Ronald Christenson, Belgrade, Minn., were Sat. morning coffee guests of Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock were their son Lester, student at Buena Vista, Storm Lake, their daughter Ellen, teacner at Corning, and their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Ludwig and Melinda, Lincoln, Nebr., and a nephew, David Emslie, Sioux Falls, S. D. About 30 attended a Rath Thanksgiving dinner at the Legion hall. Dale Wegener returned home in Veteran's hospital, Des Moines, following surgery. Thanksgiving guests of the Willis Cottons were Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor, Des Moines, and the John Cotton family, Spencer. DOLORES MAWDSLEY has returned to Newton where she teaches In the school system after spending the Thanksgiving holiday with her father and his wife, Mr.andMrs.RoscoeMawd- sley. A family dinner was held at the parental home, other guests being Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley and the respective families. DEWEY SHILLING took his father-in-law J. D. Burns to the Veterans hospital at Des Molnes Friday where Mr. Burns was to have another check-up and will l>e gone several days. MR. AND MRS. William Carney had as Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Leiss of Ft. Dodge. After a long wait Mr. and Mrs. Lciss now have the Korean infant six months old whom they have adopted. Mrs. Lelss Is a granddaughter of Mrs. Carney. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Reding spent Thanksgiving and weekend with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lutz, Marshall, Minn. RECENT VISITORS at the Henry Scheppmans have been Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer of Lake Park, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christoffers, Lakefield, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Handeivldt, Mrs. Henry Knuth and Mrs. AnnaUden of Jackson, Minn. MR. AND MRS.Harley Hanson will be leaving soon to spend the winter at Sacramento, Calif. JUDY BICKERT who attends Minnesota University at Minneapolis, Minn, was home for the Thanksgiving vacation. MR. AND MRS. Leo Fox have been visited by their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Fox, Georgia, Dirk, Juanlta and Roberta of Peoria, m. They also visited Mr. andMrs.Wm.Studer. The women are sisters. MRS. CLINTON GODDEN, -.••assisted by Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann entertained at a surprise coffee and handkerchief shower honoring their mother, Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann on her birthday. Guests were Mesdames Casey Loss, George Wildin, James Wildin, Lee Wildin, Douglas Wildin, Leland Wildin, Arthur Ristau, John Helmers, Donald Hammer, Gerald Kramer, Ardyth Thomason, Jane Grisham and the Misses Sharon Helmers and Jan Estberg. Out-of-town guests were Mesdames John Helleseth, Corwith, Norman Helleseth, West Bend, Ronald Fraser, Gordon Grisham and A. F. Grisham, Cylinder and Cordelia Heider- scheidt, Humboldt. MR. AND MRS. William Hutchison and little son Clinton spent Thanksgiving weekend atMamar, Mo. with Mrs. Hutchison's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arnold. MR. AND MRS. Wm. Dreyer took the former's sister Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld to Austin, Minn, last week to visit with her brothers and sisters-in-law Mr.and Mrs. Henry Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer. THANKSGIVING GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld were their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson and two sons of Jeffersonville, Ind., Jane Geilenfeld, student at the State University, Iowa City, and classmate Nancy Severson, Pittsburg, Pa. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Kuhn had as Thanksgiving guests their son Bob and family of Ankeny and their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein and Ricki. The Kuhns returned to Ankeny Saturday. MR. AND MRS. Gale Stockwell were visited from last week Tuesday till Sunday by their grandson William Tillman of Sioux City. They spent Thanksgiving at Mason City with Mr, and Mrs. Fred Lassalm. Mrs. Arlene Tillman came to take her son home. MR. AND MRS. Ed Wolcott left Saturday for Florida going first to St. Petersberg and will decide where to locate after looking around a bit.'Mr. Wolcott 1 s father, L. G. Wolcott, who has been with them for some time is at present at Emmetsburg with a daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Naae. MRS. JOHN GERBER was taken sick with the flu Wednesday and Thursday last week stayed with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Scuffham. Mr. Gerber has been at St. Ann hospital the past several weeks. Mrs. Gerl>er is again at her home. MR. AND MRS. R. E. Lieb had theirson-in-lawanddaughter of Herbers, Minn, as guests last week Thursday. MRS. W. A. HALL went to Sioux Falls, S. D. to spend Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. William Walters, and remained for a visit MR. AND MRS. John Hansel- m.m had as guests last week Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Tom ElMson of Sexton, David, the son was home from Junior College, Ft. Dodge, and the daughter, Mrs. Lavonne Teeland sons Larry and Leon and John Krue were here from West Bend. MRS. HAROLD HOBSONhadas A weekend guest, Mrs. Goldie Gnderian of Cedar Falls. Mrs. Gnderian is working in a rest home in which her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Furnace are residents. MRS. EMMA Boettcher spent Thanksgiving and a few days at Humboldt with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mauck at Humboldt. MR. AND MRS. Cecil McGinnis and Mrs. Julius Taylor spent Thanksgiving at Manchester with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson. Mrs. Taylor remained there for the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. McGinnis went on to Fulton, fll. So I said to my husband,"O.K.,if you've gotta be right about everything, be right about the time, too. You're getting Accutron* for Christmas! RESPECT TO THE MEMORY OF MR. D. BJUSTROM Accutron is the precisely right gift for the man who can't stand to be wrong about anything. Including the time of day. With Accutron it's never about 5:15. It's precisely 5:14 and 17 seconds.That's because the Accutron movement uses a tuning fork instead of a balance wheel. And this tuning fork splits every second into 360 parts. Our tuning fork is so precise that we guarantee Accutron within 60 seconds a month* (about 2 seconds a day). So this Christmas, give the man something he can always be right about. The time of day. Come in and see our complete selection of Accutron by Bulova. $125 and up. ACCUTRON "410" Waterproof,t Luminous Hands and Octs, Applied Markers on Dial, Alligator Strap. ACCUTRON "560" 14K Gold Case, Waterproof,*Applied Markers on Dial, Attached 14K Gold Mesh Band. Sharp's Jewelry YOUR EXCLUSIVE ACCUTRON DEALER tWhen case, crown and crystal are intact. 'We will adjust timekeeping to this tolerance, if necessary. 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