The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 2
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fl, ' 2-Alflona (la.) Upptfr DM MoiftM Tuesday, Dee. 6, 1960 Alfred Bells Of Whittemore Wed 25 Years Whittemore — Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at the Plantation Bnllruum last S;itiir- day night with 110 relative's and friends. All of the attendants at their wedding 25 years ago were present. Bridesmaids. Mrs Alley Daohla, and Mrs Elmer Pijahn. flower girl, Mrs Wally Christensen, and the bridgegroom's attendants. Gus Bic-r.sledt and Bernard Bell. A program was presented by relatives with a skit in the patern of TV's This Is Your Lite was presented with their two daughters, Mrs William Elbert. Mrs Wayne Bellinger and son Paul Bell. Mr and Mrs Elbert arrived here Friday without the knowledge of Mr anu Mrs Bell. Mr and Mrs Elbert and son live at Huntington Park, Cal and art- spending three weeks here and at Algona. Cards were placed. Mrs Miki Baumann won high and Mrs F. F. Mueller, low. rcrdm Biersit-di. high, Kuebtn Busxke. 'o\v. and Bernard Bell won Travel. A ! lunch was served arid Mr r.»d | Mrs Bell received many iovcl> gifts. Your Baby Sitter Should Know Rules Of Fire Safety Baby sitters have become'an American institution. and if you're having one in during the coming Christmas holiday period be sure the sitter is competent. The National Board of Fire Underwriters offers these ^tu^es- tions, designed 10 keep your Christmas meiiv: Wollz • Kauffman Wedding Held In Burl Church Hurt — A beautiful c:md!e- Uuht maiiia:.'.!' was performed in the Burt Presbyterian chinch at 7-30 p.m. Nov. U). in which J.me Mane WoltV, daughter of Mr and Mr- Wilfred Wolt/. beeon-.i' the bride rf Lany Lee Kauffman. son of Mr and Mrs Fail Kauffman, Swea City. Rev 1! A Sr.iidt performed the double ring ceremony before a larger group of relatives and friends. The bi ide, given in marriaue by her father, looked lovely in her floor length gown of white lace and nylon net. The bodice was of lace over satin and featured a sweetheart neckline and Ions; sleeves, tapered a 1 the wrists. Her finger tip veil was held in place by a crown of sequins. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and red rosebuds. Mrs Judy Wu'ooen attended her sister as man on of honor. Ti'.e groom was attended by Monte Snyder. Michael Wolt/. and Dennis Shipler were U.-h- • Know the sitter. • Be sure the siller is adequately Irained, and has a sense of responsibility and likes children. • Be sure the sitter has met the children and any pets, especially the watch dog. • See to it that the sitter understands thai in case of fire she should get the children out of the house, call the fire department and notify the parents. IN THAI ORDER. • Show the sitter all exits, and give instructions as to how to get the children out of the house in case of fire. • Instruct the sitter to keep the children out of the kitchen, if possible, and be sure that she knows that matches, electric i ers. cords, and appliances are not | Marsha Dremmel piovided ap- i propriate nuptial music and accompanied Erna Baars. soloist. A reception was held in church dining room immediately voted to hold their Annual Ladies Night Dec. Hltli. Plans were also made for the annual Santa C'yus Day to be held soon. Preparing and serving the 6:30 d,nner we'ie Legion Auxiliary r.ienibei. Dorothy Scott. Maty limen. Dorothy l.Ycker and Francis Smith. Ex-Resident Weds A wedding of interest to Burt lesidints took place at Mandan, Nort'i Dakota, in winch Kathleen Kesslrr become the bride of Rich.ird L. John, son of H. S. John. Mandan, formerly of Hurt. The double ring' ceremony was perfoimed at Cluisl the King church with Msgr. A. J. Galowit•H h i'1'fii-iating. bride attinded Mandan i. Tin 1 groom, a gra- Mandan high school, his military service as co-manager Merwvn John Tin high scho. duate ot completed and is associated with his brother Guest? eiisc s'newer were Guests iro;n a difti Mr and Mr* Jx'kTTyn Wt-cenei Spencer Mr arid Mr? Frt-d Ruhnke Kana^vafaa. Mr and Mrs Wally Christcnsf ; n. Ck-ar Lskf : Mr ana Mrs Dean Meyer Lake Crystal. Minn., Carrie ana Margaret Dur- raiiU Algona. and Mi and Mr* Arley Daehla and daughters Charlene and M«mcia. Primgahr. Mr Bell is the son oi Olto Bel! and the late Mrs Bell and Mrs Bell is the daughter of the Mrs August Bierstedt of Fenton. Boy Killed Mrs Louis Braaiz and son Robert of here, and the former's daughter. Mis Clyde Gmgericl of West Bend, attended the funeral of Richard Bender, 7 son of Mr and Mrs James Bender in Aitkin, Minn. List week Wednesday, who accidentally hung himself while swinging. He must have stood on « coaster' wagon which rolled away and caught the rope around liis neck. Mrs Bender was the former Dorothy Braatz. . . : playthings. Provide sitter with flashlights j to use in case of light failure. Parents should come home at the hour agreed upon, or telephone if unavoidably delayed. Make suitable arrangements for seeing the sitter home. 103RD Mr J. E. Scott oi Allerton recently celebrated his 103rd birthday. He is in reasonably good health and is looking forward to celebrating another birthday or two. He believes he has voted in every major election since he became of age. INJURED A Klemme farmer, George Legge. 48, suffered a broken leg and back and shoulder injuries recently when the tractor he was driving crashed a bridge railing and fell 10 feet into a ditch. Leg- gc was returning home from plowing when the tractor went through the railing. of the Vallev City Sales Ring, Valley City. 'North Dakota. Tin couple will be at home in Valley City. Mr John i.< a nephew of Mi:- Den Bahling. Hurt. Won-.^ns Club Mel The Hurt Womans Club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Hussell Patterson, with Mrs Fred Samek and Mrs William Holmseth assi.sting hostesses. The Federated News was given by .".thi'l Dremmel. Els'e Lockwood reviewed the book. "High. Wide, and Lonesome". Kathy Patterson played two piano selections. Films were shown. following the ceremony. The guests were registered by the bride's sister. Patricia. Mrs Monte Snyder and Carole vVcinor were in charge of the gift table. Mrs Jerry Kauffman cut and Mrs Lee Brayton served the cake. Mrs Harold Martin poured. Tiie couple left on Sunday for Omaha, where they will make their home. Lions Program Twenty-six members of the Burt Lions' Club and two guests, Duane Brewington and Delmar Angus, were privileged to hear an imformative educational program presented by H. S. principal Fred Hilton. He was assisted by Delmar Angus, Wayne Keith, and Supt. Harold Martin at the November meeting of the Burl Lions Club. The members of the club also Fri., - Dec. 9 Johnny Kelelsen And His Cowboys N. F. O. Partial Floyd, Cerro Gordo Counties Sat., - Dec. 10 Al Noyce & Orch. Sun., - Dsc. 11 T T T Charily Ball Reservations Available For N. Y. E. & News Nile On The House Party Fcr New Years Nile Free Pop, Ice, Popcorn, Hotdogs Midwest Caravan Adm. 1.21 plus tx lot. $1.25 Birthdays Observed A number of relatives were entertained at cards at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Polratz Sunday evening. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs Potralz and her twin sister, Mrs Ernie Meyer, who had birthdays Nov. 26. The guests included Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and family, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidcnwith, Mrs Dorothy Roscndahl, Mr and Mrs Charles Scnultz and son Charles, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mergen and son Keith of here, and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona. In cards, Herman Voigl won high, and Delbert Wichtendahl, low, Mrs Elaine Wichtendahl, high, and Mrs Janice Mcrgcn, low. Lunch was served. Donna Ostwald Honored A mi.scellaneo.us shower was JieLd Sunday afternoon in honor of Donna Ostwald, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Ostwald. ir St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors. After a program of readings, quiz games were played at which William Gade, Mrs James Schultz and Mrs Maynard Roeber were awarded prizes. Mrs William Gade also won the dooi prize. Miss Ostwald will be married to Dale Bell, son of Mr anc Mrs Elmer F. Ben, Dec. 17. Hospital Report Evonne and Everett Maahs, daughter and son of Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs, had their tonsils removed in St. Ann hospital in Algona Friday. Mike Buscherfeld, son of Mr and Mrs Edward Buscherfeld, had his tonsils removed in Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg Monday. Mrs Frank Eisele entered Mercy hospital in t'orl Dodge last Sunday. Mrs Mathilda Meyer entered Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge Wednesday for observa tion. Mrs Dorothy Roscndahl entertained liosella Voigt and Luona Sejrner pf AJgona and Mr and wwTias Djunphy and her Mr and Mrs Arthur JJd- at a turkey d;»;u:r last evening. Mergen left We.dw.sday foi M°in c <?- and thji'n lo Syn Djt- Qalif, vyhpre he \vj)l be a qf ttoe Aferiws. *nd. ftjrg Paul !Ly4wig and th.e g§th wudd- of Mr and all wy Stgple cotton has as a staple crop in ona. Free Engine Analysis Clinic WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, DEC. 7 AND DEC. 8 "THE LAST WORD IN ENGINE ANAYLSIS" II AIM I THE SWEETEST, SUREST TUNE NOW ! UP EVER WITH OUR AiflAZINO NEW SNAP - ON ANAL C SCOPE (Manufactured Right Here in Algona At Weidenhoff Corporation) jt Electronically analyzes troubles that cause missing — stalling — hard starting — low gas mileage. • Electronically pinpoints ignition defects — instantly shows faulty plugs, points, rotor cap — other defects. • Gives the most accurate tune-up analysis ever offered anywhere. DRIVE IN NOW — see your engine tested on a television screen — have it tuned for top performance the modern Anai- O-Scope way. REMEMBER WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY DECEMBER 7 and 8th! DRIVE IN FOR A COMPLETE ANALYSIS. Kent Motor Tin? next mooting will be at tin: home of Ethel Dremmel Dec. .12. Circle Meetings T'.r I'roxbylei uiii church ciro Iv will meet Wcilue.-itUiy, Dee. 7 a.-- follows: (.'nole A — Mrs John Miller aii'l Mrs Hobort Aliens will be hi.-.tosses at the oluirch in the e\-i Mini'. Circle H -- Wednesday •iiiirnoon with Mrs Hoy Hings- di.:i'. C'ucle C -- Weiinesday af* teinixm at the home of Mrs Jes- ,sr llorms. W.S.C.S. Meeting Thr W.S.CS. will hold its n 1 ' ' tini: at the cluirch at 2:.lf> p.in . Wednesday. Dec. 7. Hostess- e.- v. ill he Pjlsie Loekwood, Hnhy luihaids, Dorothy Campney. Lulu Ilawcott and Helen Vo^el. Underwent Surgery Herman Schroecler is a patient in ,i Mason City hospital follow- in" emergency major surgery on Thanksgiving. At this writing his ei'ii'htion is satisfactory. E.sther Hodgson is a patient at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. She entered the hospital for medical treatment Monday. Mr^ Larry Holding, Valarie, Biad, Brenda, and Vaughn spent several days with her brother and his wife, the LaUell Olsons in Minneapolis. Larry went to Minneapolis Saturday and brought his family back. Herman Rachut Sr. arrived home after spending a week with his daughters, Mr and Mrs Robert Davis, and Sheila Haehut all of Sacramento, Cal. Lorena Reibhofi returned Sun- clay to. her teaching duties at Des Moines after spending the Thanksgiving vacation with her part-ills, Mr and Tvlrs Lance Riebhoff. Mr and Mrs E. R. Wollz spent last week visiting at the Lester Lovstad home at Stewartvillc, Minn. Mrs; Lovstad is the former Pearl Wolf/.. They also visited with Myrl Woltx family at Chatfield and at. the C. O. Riddle home in West Concord, Minn. Grover and Gordon Giddings accompanied by Jack Nauman have returned to their home after a week's vacation spent in the South at Lubbock. Texas thev visited at the home of. the Gidding's aunt, Mrs Homer Ownby. Included in their trip was n visit to Carlsbad Cavern, Big Bin State Park at Lake' Belle Marias where they enjoyed some skin diving. Mr and Mrs Stanley Black, Gary and Jane, Mr and Mrs Eugene Wolfe and Mr and Mrs Jucld St. John, Algona, were recent guests at the Perry St. John home at Can oil. Mr and Mrs John Kissner were hosts in their home Thanksgiving to Harry Thill and Pauline Kissner, Algona, Mary McGuire, Fort Dodge, Karen O'Donnell, Lone RiK k, and Roger Chafee. Guests at the Harley Hanson home for Thanksgiving were the parental Otto Hansons, Jim Hanson, and Severio Parker, all of Roland, and Numan Hanson, Dooming Prairie, Minn. Weekend guests at the L. II. Rieclel home were 1 their son Gerald and family, Dubuque. They were joined Saturday by the daughter and family, the Jim Fredei icksons of Rockwell. The metropolitan district of Phoenix, Arizona, has a population of more than 121,000. ^iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii * PLANTATION BALLROOM WhlHemore, Iowa | SUNDAY, DEC. 11 | Henry Charles SUNDAY, DEC. 18 Guy De Leo No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.i at 8:30 CY 44*04 ALGQNA, IOWA IT'S A LITTLE EARLY BUT THE ALGONA FIRE DEPT Wishes You A Very Happy Christmas! And They Wish It Without ire! Christmas Safety Suggestions (1) When you select your Christmas tree this year, choose a freshly-cut tree, with' firmly-attached needles. (2) Keep the tree outdoors until just before Christmas. It v/ill stay fresher in tho cold air, and once you have it up, it will stay green longer. And keep it standing in a pail of water. (3) When putting up the tree, set it in the coolest part of the room away from radiators, heaters, and the fireplace. This will not only reduce the possibility of fire, but will keep the tree from drying out. (4) It is a good plan to use a iree holder which has a little bucket of water in which the trunk can rest during the holidays. A tree usually "drinks" more water than you realize, so keep water container filled at all times. (5) Fireproof Christmas tree decorations are the best. Use decorations made of either glass, metal, or a fire- resistant material. (6) Set up electric trains away from the tree. A spark from the train could set the tree on fire. (7) Always use electric lights on the tree — never candles. Lighting sets should be checked before being placed on the tree, and those with frayed wiring should be discarded. When buyinq new sets, look for the tag or Inbel showing listing by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. A switch some distance from the tree should be provided for turning the free lights on and off. (8) On Christmas morning, fold and put away any gift wrapping you intend to keep. Other gift wrappings should bo gathered up and thrown away promptly after presents are opened. (9) Christmas tree lights should be turned off when the family is away from home. (10) Inspect the Christmas iree from time to time to see how dry it is. If needles near the lights have started to turn brown, change the position of the lights, (11) When the needles start falling, take the tree down and discard it outdoors. (12) Even if the tree remains fresh, make plans now to dismantle it the day after New Years', and restore the room to its normal setting. To Report A Fire—Phone CY 4-2434 Algona Fire Dept. IRA KOHL, Fire Chief C. C. SHIERK, Mayor

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