The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1965 · Page 10
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10-AI0ona, (le.) Uppfcr DM Melnat Thursday, D*e*mb«r 16, 196S AROUND ALGONA I iiiiinfliiHiiiiiiwiMiHHimimnntiitnHni™ BY RUTH SHIERK SUSAN GOTTEN celebrated her tenth birthda> Saturday. Her mo^er, Mrs. A. .1. Gotten was hostess to a erour of Susan's friend*, including Debra A rend, Marlene Golwit/er, Lynn Holt?- bauer, Karen Kollasch, Hochelle Nichols, Judy Simons, Kay Skilling, Diane Studrr, Kim Thuente, and Ann Milder, Susan's birthday will lie on the 21st., but with a conflict of dates, the birthday was celebrated this week. After games and prizes, the group had supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gotten. MR. AND MRS. Edward Farrell and family will spend Christmas in Windom, Minn, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Speth. On Sunday, they will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Farrel in Charles City. M R. AND MRS. Harvey Godden will spend Christmas Day with her mother, Mrs. Ann Wagner. DR. AND MRS. Dean Koob and family will spend Christmas weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave DeCook, and his mother, Mrs. Kenneth Koob, in Sigourney. MR. AND MRS. William Moser and family will spend Christmas Day In Rodman with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Knoer. GUESTS CHRISTMAS Day of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gettman will be his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearce of Mason City. MR. AND MRS. James Voigt and family will spend Christmas Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt, in Whittemore. MRS. FLORENCE Hayden of Havelock spent the weekend with her daughter, Joyce Hayden, county health nurse. MEMBERS OF THE Real Estate Board met at Van's Cafe last week and elected new officers. New president is Al Agena; vice president, Nels Anderson; secretary-treasurer, Oliver S. Carlson. Russell Buchanan presented a talk on taxes as they affect real estate sales. GUESTS OVERNIGHT last week of Mrs. Joe Lowe were Mr. and Mrs. William Nugent of Des Molnes, who had come to attend the funeral of Wade Sullivan. MR. AND MRS. Larry Knoll attended the traditional dance, "The Blue Cotillion" which was held at Schlmmel's Indian Hills Inn Dec. 10. Their daughter, Judy Ann, president of the Junior class, was organizing chairman of the event, In which the junior class honored the senior class at the College of St. Mary. Parents of the class officers were honored guests. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Mertz Christmas Day will be Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert and Marjorie and Darlene of Burt; Mr, and Mrs. Plril Inman of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hatipert of Emmetsbtirg; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bjustrom of Whittemore; and Patty Haupert of Fort Dodpp MRS. M1KF, AREND was hostess in her home Monday evening to the Coffee Club, which held a gift exchange and filled boxes for children who attend the school for retarded children. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Briggs for Christmas dinner will be their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs Ronald Briggs and family, and their daughter and husband, Mr . and Mrs. Gary Mergen and family. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. John Rash on Christmas Day will lie tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Meyer and her brother Roland of Whittemore, as well as his mother, Mrs. Jessie Rash of Burt, his sister, Mrs. Chester Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Webb and family. MR. AND MRS. JamesTelecky and family will spend the Christmas weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koutny in Cedar Rapids. MR. AND MRS. James Geelan and their four elder children spent the weekend in Minneapolis, where the parents took the children to see "Toyland." MR. AND MRS. Ralph Stalzer will visit her mother, Mrs. Anna Weishaar for Christmas dinner, and will spend part of Christmas Day with his mother, Mrs. Sophia Stalzer, in Wesley. MR. AND MRS.UichardRings- dorf will spend Christmas Day with her mother, Mrs. Ella Hentges. Joining the family will be the son Mervin of LeSeuer, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bilyeu of Eau Claire, Wise. MR. AND MRS. Cecil Rezabek and family will join her mother, Mrs. Kate Wagner for Christmas dinner. They will also visit his father, George Rezabek, in Clear Lake on Christmas Day. MR. AND MRS. M. P. McGuire of Bode will join Mr. and Mrs. Terry McGuire on Christmas Day. Mrs. Mary Kayser, mother of Mrs. McGuire, will be with the family Saturday or Sunday. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond Dec. 25 will be his aunt and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rockhlin of Minneapolis and his aunt and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohen of Mason City. Also his father, Irving Diamond, and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Diamond, all of Fort Dodge. MR. AND MRS. Paul James attended an Amway Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kermlt Burtis at Waterloo, Dec. 11. They also toured the Amway warehouse at Ada, Mich, when they were on a trip to Detroit in Nov. DEN #3 OF Troop 29 of the Cub Scouts will hold a Christmas party Monday evening. Hostesses will be Mrs. Walter Morz and Mrs. Phil Diamond. BOARD MEMBERS of St. Ann Auxiliary will hold a party on Thursday for members of the hospital staff, with Mrs. Harris in charge of arrangements. A REPORT FROM the round robin bridge plays, of the St. Ann Auxiliary, reveals the following scores: first, Mrs. Phil Diamond and Mrs. John Snere, 9180; second, Mrs. Richard Schneider and Mrs. Howard Stephenson, 9030; third, Mrs. Don Gant and Mrs. Nels Anderson, 81 GO; and fourth, Mrs. Elmer Walter and Mrs. Paul McBride, 8030. The group will not play in the month of December and will resume play in January. Moneys donated during plays are contributed to a project for the hospital. IN MASTER-POINT play In duplicate bridge, in first place werelleide Ferguson and Bertha Thuente; second, Clara Zender and KatherynGllmore; third, Mr. Tibbits and Mr. Kerder, both of Emmetsburg; fourth, Jackie Mueller and Mrs. Laing; fifth, Delia and Edith Welter. Next play will be on December 20, at 7:45 at the American Legion hall. KAREN HARCEY, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Harcey and a student at the State University of Wisconsin at LaCrosse will arrive Friday to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents. A son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harcey of New Richmond, Wls., will arrive on Wednesday following Christmas to visit the parents. THE STATE-LINE Squares will be host to a pot-luck party at 8:30 p. m. on Dec. 18 at the Grant school, with Bill Jones of Crystal Lake, Minn., as caller. New presidents are Mr.andMrs. Phil Inman of Bancroft, with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemkee of Algona as secretary-treasurer. New officers will assume their duties Jan. 1. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker and family will spend Christmas weekend in Kenosha, Wise., with her mother, Mrs. William Senne, and other relatives and friends. MR. AND MRS. IJoyd Robinson will spend the Christmas weekend with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Baxter, and other relatives in Ryan, Iowa. MRS. MILTON NORTON was hostess on Tuesday to members of the Delphian Society at her home. In charge of the program was Mrs. Beulah Richardson. BILL BOURNE, son of Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Bourne and a medical student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, will arrive on Dec. 17 to spend a vacation until Jan. G with his parents. MRS. MELVIN BOURNE was hostess this week to members of the D. A. R. at a Christmas tea. In charge of the program was Mrs. Don Smith, Sr., who was assisted by Mrs. George Sefrit. Vice-regent is Mrs. James Lytle, who is program Mary Kay Knoll Of Algona To Wed, January Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knoll of Algona announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Kathryn, to Robert Charles McMahon, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, also of Algona. A graduate of St. Cecelia's high school, Miss Knoll attended Duchesne College of the Sacred Heart in Omaha, and was graduated from St. Ambrose College, division of nursing, Davenport. Mr. McMahon, also a graduate of St. Cecelia's high school in Algona, attended the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, and is completing his studies at the Illinois College of Optometry In Chicago. A January wedding is being planned. chairman. Included in the activities was a gift exchange. MR. AND MRS. H. W. Miller will be joined by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kuchenbecker of Owatonna, Minn., for the Christmas holidays. Their daughter, Mary, student at brake University in Des Molnes, will also be here for a Christmas vacation. MR. AND MRS. Brady Rovn will spend Christmas Eve with his family in Ringsted. His mother will be 93 years of age on Jan. 7. They will then go to Minneapolis and spend Christmas Day with Mrs. Rovn's mother, Mrs. Thompson and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs, Randall Shierk. LOWELL BYAM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam, was home this past week before being transferred to camp at Belvoir, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Byam plan to visit hrr father and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bellemann in Me Allen, Texas. They will leave here on Christmas weekend and will remain in Texas over the New Year's weekend. Mrs. Hanifan Services Held At Livermore Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Luclnda Hanifan, 88, Sioux City, formerly of Livermore, were conducted Tuesday at 9:30 a. m. at Sacred Heart Catholic church, Livermore. The Rev. Go raid Flsch was celebrant of the requiem Mass, and burial w,is in Mt. Calvary ceme* ry, Livermore. Mrs. Hanifan died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Ostmyer, Sioux City, where she had been residing in recent years. The former Mary Lucinda Nickerson, she was born and reared at Livermore and married Maurice Hanifan in 1902. He died In 1930. Mrs. Hanifan Is survived by two children, Mrs. Charles Ost- myer of Sioux City and Neil Hanifan of Omaha, Nebr. Arthur Vaudf Rites Tuesday Funeral services for Arthur Conrad Vaudt, 59, were held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at Immanuel Lutheran church, Livermore, with the Rev. William Stock as the officiating pastor. Burial was in Union cemetery, Livermore. Mr. Vaudt died Saturday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a patient the past week. A longtime Livermore resident, he attended the local schools and in 1927, married Margaret Hohenberger at LuVerne. He was engaged in farming for a time and later was employed at the Livermore Farmers' Coop Elevator for 21 years before retiring last June. He was a member of Immanuel Lutheran church. Surviving are his wife; three children, Wayne Vaudt and Mrs. Harold Lane, both of Livermore, and Mrs. Raymond Berte of Lu- Verne; and 12 grandchildren. Also surviving are one brother and two sisters, Herman Vaudt, Mrs. Arnold Gade and Mrs. Louis Wehrspann, all of Whittemore. cMafee It a wonderful Christmas with ~ BUTTON-DOWN Keeps its "just-ironed" look for keeps Simply toss it in your automatic washer, tumble dry (do not wring).. .and it's ready to wear again. No ironing! Get this great permanent press sportshirt in Million Mile fabric of 65% Dacron* polyester. 35% cotton. Bright colors in handsome plaid. Authentic button-down model with trim, tapered body and sleeves . „ __ 5,95 and 6.95 LEUTEOLD Burt Council Okays Street Budget, 1966 BURT - Council members Monday night adopted the street budget report for 1966 for road use tax purposes. The approved budget, which includes funds for street purposes including blacktopplng additional streets, some storm sewer work, gravel for streets, etc., was set at $14,500. In other business, members voted to offer for sale for $5 each the street light fixtures recently replaced by new mercury vapor light fixtures. Anyone interested in purchasing any of these lights may contact city engineer Ralph Johnston, Clerk G. H. McMullen or Mayor Nels Nelson. Members are also asking for bids for heating fuel to be used in the city hall and water work's building. All bids should be made to Clerk McMullen by Jan. 1. A liquor permit was approved for Don's Place. All councilmen, with exception of ->n Patterson, were in at lance Monday. Santo Clous Will Visit Burt Dec. 18 BURT - Saturday Dec. 18, at 1:30 p. m. in the Legion hall, children of the community and surrounding areas will have the opportunity to enjoy a program presented by the Burt Lions Club. This is in connection with the annual Santa Claus Day sponsored by business and professional men of Burt and the Lions. Each year the business and professional men of Burt furnish treats to be passed out to children following a show that is put on in the Legion hall by the Lions. Santa will be on hand to talk with anyone who may care to let him know their desires. In case there are any sick ones or shut-ins who would like to have Santa pay a visit, please contact Rev. Bruce Caibreath or Russell Patterson, committeemen or call Fred Hilton, Lions club chairman. RADISH A winter radish weighing 31/2 Ibs. was raised in Wayne Clark's garden at Mt. Vernon this fall. It measured 13 inches long and five inches wide. Nativity Scene Opening Here On Dec. 18 Since December 1958, and again this year the Men's Club of the First Methodist church in Algona has been sponsoring supplying attendants and keeping in repair, the nationally famous Kalb Nativity Scene. The opening date is Saturday, Dec. 18, and will close Sunday, Jan. 2. The hours for weekdays are from 2:00 p. m, to 9:00 p.m, except Christmas and New Years Day. The hours' for Sundays,. Christmas, and New Years Day are from 12:00 noon until 9:p.m. By arrangement with Kaib and his friends, no charge is made for admission. In 1945 the construction of a Nativity Scene seemed to be the right answer for six Germans Interned in Algeria's Prisoner- of -War camp to help forget their loneliness at Christmas. The scene may be visited In its new building on the west edge of the Kossuth County fair grounds, Fair Street, Algona, on the south edge of the city. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET PAST RESULTS SWEATERS GALORE! Late Shoppers Will Find The Finest In Styles At THE HUB A. POWDER SNOW VEE PULL OVfch. How can ne resist this Powder Snow Vee that makes a sensation out of solid colors? The brushed fluffy texture of 65% imported kid mohair, 35% worsted wool, ia as soft, yet rugged as he is, B. 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