The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1960
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Finn Chrislmas Danco Plans arc being made fur the Annual Christmas Dinner-Dance of the Algonti Newcomers Club, to be held at the Algona Country Club on Sunday, December 11, at 7 p.m. If you wish to attend and have not been contacted please call Mrs Elgin Allen, Mrs Pat Beck, Mrs Sheridan Cook, Mrs Eldon Winkcl, Mrs Bill Gilligan, Mrs Bill Studer, Mrs Arnold Hill or Mrs Jim Hershber- fier. They will be happy to make reservations for. you. The Newcomers Club recently held its election of officers. New officers arc Mrs Elgin Allen, president; Mrs Eldon Winkel, via president; Mrs Bill Studer, treasurer, and Mrs Jim Hershberger. secretary. They hold office for six months. Following the business meeting, entertainment \VJIF furnished by the "Sweet Ade- lines", quartet. • Have New Son A son, Jeffrey Clyde Benson, was born Friday, Nov. 25, at University Hospital, Iowa City. to Mr and Mrs Robert C. Benseh. Mrs Bensch is a former kindergarten teacher in Algona. The new arrival has a sister. Shower Honoroe Myrna Larimer, Algona bride- elect, was honored at a piv- nuptial shower Sunday at Hit Lu Verne Zion Ev. Lutheran church. Hostesses were Mrs Jerald Miller, Mrs Karl John, Mrs George Binder, Mrs John Stamp- Is a,. Mrs Stanley licnrieh, Verlaine Johnson. Mrs Robert Nielsen, Nancy Hippen and Mrs'Cecil Williams. Games were played in charge of Mrs John. Assisting Myrna in opening her gift- were Mrs Jerald Millor and Nancy Hippen Miss Larimer will be married Dec. 17 to Donald Lee Cok of Des Moines in the LuVerne Zion F.v. Lutheran church. Meeting Tuesday Women of the First Baptist church will meet Tuesday. Dec li, at the church. Devotions by Christine McMfihon: program. Lu Barnes; hostesses Helen Rich-, ardson and Geraldine Cook. Guest Day Women of tin- Trinity Luther an church will meet Thursday, Dec. 1, for a one o'clock luncheon. This is guest day and will be followed by a Christmas party and gift exchange. Family Dinner Mr and Mrs Harold Van AJlcn entertained at a family clinnei Thanksgiving and had as guests Mr and Mrs Frank Wingert, Mr and Mrs Troy Wingert, of Gut- tenbcrg, Mr and Mrs Bob, ol Anus, Mr and Mrs Bill Will, bf Omaha, Neb., Mr and Mrs Marvin Wall berg, Mrs Nellie- Van Allen and Mrs Esther Benson. Mrs Troy Wingert, Mrs Scl- and Mrs Will are sisters of Mrs Harold Van Allen and are the former Evelyn, Gladys, and Ardith Wallberg respci/.vely. Marvin is a brother. 11 lias beet, some time since the families liar! been together. Christmas Party The R.N.A. Christmas party will be held Wednesday, Nov. 30. Following pot-luck dinner there will be a dollai gift exchange and social evening. The meeting will be held in tne Issac Walton rooms. . Attend Open House Mr and Mrs vernell Ludwip attended the open house held Saturday at Rolfc for Mr and Mrs Arnold Ludwig, whose twenty-fifth wedding anniversary was being observed. To Hold Bazaar- The annual St. Thomas Episcopal church bazaar, bake sale and lunch will be held this Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church, located at 213 E. Call st. Luncheon Planned The Women's Fellowship ol DON'T MISS IT! (•""^^"••'^•"^••r*'"'^* 1 *"*'" 1 '*"™ 1 *"'"'^""»"• **MB8iai r ' *SB?' ~~~————- ••IT'S COMING AT FOSTER'S THURS. - FRI. - SAT DEC. 1-2-3 'ALGONA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS TREE We were fortunate in securing from thei Elmore Nursery, a 30 year oid spruce] which is by all odds the most gorgeous tree we have ever shown. Over 300 lights illuminate this bequtiful tree, hundreds of costly imported ornaments decorate it, .Be sure t9 see it, bring the children, on our second floor. Now. Ihe Congregational church meets Thursday, Doc. 1, for a one o'clock luncheon. The Rebecca, circle will serve. W.S.C.S. To Meet The Methodist W.S.C.S. wib meet Thursday Dec, I lor a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs Don Nelson and Mrs Russell COOK are chairnitn. Armstrong Man Dies Five Days After His Wife Ben Redhead, fit), died 12:45 a in. Thursday at his home in Armstrong of an embolism. He had been in poop health Hie past vouple of years but was taken seriously ill Thursday morning. He was born Feb.' 13, 1H80, in; Lake Belt township in Martin •jounly. the son of Henry and Hal- ''o Redhead, lie received his ('(Jit- cation in the schools at Esther-' ville. Three children of his first marriage were a son, Merland. who died in September, 1900; and two daughters who are survivors, Mrs Russell (Hazel) Mindock of Milan. 111.; and Mrs Raymond (Lulu) Nordstrom of Joliette, 111. On Sept. 9, 1939 he married Verna Feddersen at Lyons, la. She preceded him in death Saturday, Nov. 19, only five days prior to the death of Mr Redhead. Survivors arc two sisters, Mrs Mabel Eckharl of Armstrong and Mrs Delia Walters of Depree, S. D. He was preceded in death by one brother. There arc 10 grandchildren surviving and six great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Methodist church at Dolliver. Burial Was at the Dolliver cemetery. training at Algona from the Lu- Vernf Live Wires weie LoOtn Ann Voss. Nancy Brink. ZeTda Wit/el, Janice Awe, Phyllis Blumer and leafier Mrs 'Join, Vo.s. Jr. Sinul.iy giie .l.s in Hie Ralph j T. Davidson home were Mr and Mis Allen Tim and son. Graet- tinuei, Mr and Mrs Vernon Egu- lei-ion. daughters, liila and .lean LnVeine ami Matlm C!reger:-on of Hut land. Ai and Mis l,e\\-e|]yn Hippen "f Il'ii'fly are. Hie parents of a (ive pound, N ounce .son. Seolt I.'.'A. Ixnn Nov. '21 at For! Dodge. Mi.^ Hippeii. former Margaret Wilhelm, is daughter of the Albert Wilhelm's and Mr Hippen i* I lie son of Mis Cora Hippen and I he late Albert Hippen. Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Klden Guess. r i'iii;:'iters. Cioldie (.lay and Sun- i.v attended the funeral service.- 1 Monday in Sac City for Howard Mayclin, 82. long time friend. Mi (liie^s \va.s an attendant at Hi; service. Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 Alflono (la.) Upper D«t Mcn«*-3 587 Register At Whittemore Grand Opening A total of 587 persons registered Saturday at the grand opening of Schumacher's TV and Radio store in Whittemore, operated by Harold Schumacher. The firm has been in business for gome time but only recently moved into new, expanded quarters. In the attendance prize awards, first and a T-bira antenna went to'an Algona man; Dale Yung- eberg. Other awards were won by Kenny Farroll, Simon Bonnslet- ICT, Bonnie Garman, Louis Grci- nert, Alfred Bell, Mrs Art Heidi enwith and R. J. Wagner, all of Whittemore: Blanche Lage, Irvington; and Mrs Howard Camp- ncy, Iowa Falls. Children's prizeo went to Debbie Kern, Paul Bell, Carolyn Spurgeon, Roy Betts and Karen Fuchsen. In Music Festival The following Algona high school students participated in the "All State Music Festival" at the KRNT theater, Des Moines. Nov. 26: Barbara Reinders, Pat Schneider. Bill Bourne, Dave Reid, Judy Gerber. Joyce Riebhoff, Larry Kuchcnreuthcr, Gary Graham, Barbara Brandow, Rosemary Medin, Gary Colwell. John Phillips. Accompanying the group on their two day stay in DCS Moines were. Mrs Harvey Reid, Mrs Floyd Gerber and the vocal instructor '.Villard Snus- tad. This was the I41h annual "All State Music Festival" atv' was generally considered to be the best in the nation. 1200 students participated in the Saturday evening concert and the KRNT theater was filled to capacity. For The Gilt That's DIFFERENT TRY CARSON'S THE ONLY GIFT SHOP OF ITS KIND IN N. •» TH CENTRAL iOWA AROUND YOU HE WEI COME I Relative Passes Wesley — Word was received here Tuesday of the death of. Don Schleusner, iJ, of Austin Minn. Ho was a .-.on of Mr and Mrs Lou Schleusner of Garner a.'itl a nephew of Lou Hauptman. A!f Sluders and Mrs Viola Studer. Funeral services were held there Friday morning. FpniNG a ANNIVFRSARY DECORATED PlATtS N*-wly\v<ydv rh*» ?1fh or SOlh, or any similar occasion. for Color for Gift i 110 6. Stato St. ALGONA WESLEY NEWS Award Night At the LuVerne town hall Nov. 10, Award Night was held I'ui the LuVerne Live Wires Lu Verne Peppy Pals and LuVerne Eager Beavers girls and boys 4-11 clubs. Awards to Liye Wires wen completion seals, Phyllis Blumer. Zelda Witzel, Janice Awe, Linda Daley, Connie Schnetzor, 'Nancy Brink, Roxie De Nio, Lind;* Schnetzer, Mary Daley, Raeanu Brink, Leata Aim Voss. Five year certificate, Mary Daley; six year clover, LeOta, Ann Voss. Reading club award, Zelda Witzel, Mary Daley. The club received recognition and seal fin historian book. Pencils wen: awarded for best record books in their division; junior, Zelda, WiUcl; intermediate, Mury Daley; senior, LeOta Ann Vo*js. Li 1 Ota Ann Voss received a plaqui for her long time record book. Elden Guess went Friday ami brought Herman Sehulz home from Rochester Hospital. Mi Schulz was injured In a fall at the LuVerne Co-Op Elevator three \veek.s ago Mr and Mrs liarlan Na.rc.rn and Rhonda called on friends hen Friday. Mr Narem was a teacher in the LuVerne school last year. Both M»'< and Mrs Narem are enrolled at Iowa State University, Ames. Attending a Girls 4-H club meeting Saturday for SHOW HIM YOU CARE ENOUGH BY GIVING OUS BRAND GIFTS for CHRISTMAS STANDOUTS in SLACKS and SPORT COATS . . . Keystone of your casual wardrobe for Fuji and Winter is a handsome new Sport Coat chosen from , ..our exciting selection. They're on' both the bright or the conservative side. And to further give your leisure life a "lift", pick out a contrasting pair of slacks—all styled in the trim, slim lines favored for looking your best! SPORT COATS FROM $19.95 SLACKS FROM $7.95. LATEST STYLE-TREND In SUITS All the approved fashion trends arc handsomely represented in our distinquished selection of Suits. 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