The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 4
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rt. t*Ait«ft« (la.) Upp*r DM Main** Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1960 Thimble Club Met Members of the Thimble Club had a Christmas party Monday. Following dinner at the Johnson House at noon, they went to Mrs Virgil Gunder's for a gift exchange and social afternoon. Mrs Esther Benson entertained members of her birthday club Dec. 5 at the home of her sister. Mrs James Allen. The anniversary of Esther Helbcrg was observed. Surprise Parly Mr 'and Mrs Lawrence Hicdc-1 attended a surprise 1 birthday party Wednesday evening at Mr and' Mrs W. H. "Riedei's at Burt in honor of the niece, Zelda Rie : del. Miss Bowman Honored , Judy Bowman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman, was given a mi -•(.'< 'llancoi is siiowei Tnuisday evemiiR at Lolls Creek in the l.uihcran church by Mes- diune., Alex Kauig. John Schal- 1m. M.ine iJrtyer. Harold Ciru.v>, Wilfred Kudig, Gerald Uadig. Leroy Hem irkson, Glen Beinslon, Kenneth Sag' 1 , 'C.'iiie Fischer, Knima Ilul limit. Met win Hurl- b'lit, .Junior Hiirllnirt. Don l>bnch;:id, Lrn Kamus. Dirk O'.Donnell. Heibrrt Polralx. William Bu.ss. Ben Schmidt, Ray Laabs. Hoy Bicrle. Wilhan. Sehmeder. Glen Householder. Al fred .Schadciidorf, Lawrehc Mr and Mrs H. W. Miller tended the silver weddinu anniversary observance 'of Mr ancl Mrs G. T. Thompson last Sunday at Belmond. Mrs Miller was ina- tron-of-honor at the wedding. Land Bank Man —wants to be of service fo you! Let the Land Bank Man show you you can make use of a low-payment, long-term Federal Land Bank Loan on your land to pay debts, buy land, make improvements, and for other purposes. And remember — A Land Bank Loan can always be paid in advance without penalty. , Ni'wbrouuh. Larry Dreyer. and '"'" I Jackie Loabs. Laverne Smith, Marlys Kadi;.; and .Janice Dieyer. A program I'urmsned the evening's entertainment. M : ss Bo\vman ancl Koi;er Kadii; of Lone Rock are to be married LVt. 10 and will be at home in Lune Rock. Another miscellaneous shower w:is held Sunday afternoon at the Moose hall and hostesses were Mrs Leo Lallivr. Ventura Mrs Karl Bowman. Dodge Center, Minn.. Mrs Oswald Lnllier. Mrs Julius Cink. Mrs K. E. llob- inson and Mrs Eliza Angle. CJub Organized An organi/alion meet in'-; was rocintly held by members of the Methodist church at which time plans were made to establish a Couples Club. Eligibility for membership is that the youngest member of the club has not reached the age of 40. A meeting will be held Sunday, Jan. 8 at 7:15 p.m. wiln a covered dish supper. Mrs Clark Pfiebe, Des Moines, "Mrs America for 1960" will be guest speaker. The committee in 'charge will be Mr and Mrs Sheridan Cook. Mr and Mrs Charles Dearchs, Mr and Mrs James Hersbcrger, Mi and Mrs Clifford Skogstrom and Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor. M-D Club Metis Union Twp. Mothers & Daughters club will meet Dec. 8 at 2:30 at the home of Mary Lichter. Club pictures will be ready and there will be a gift exchange, silver offering and collection of coffee stiips. Audra Hecrdt ancl Mary Gisch are on the menu committee. House warming Mr and Mrs Wayne Goodman uere given a surprise housewarming Saturday evening by Mr ancl Mrs James Arend, Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson. Mr ancl Mrs Harold Krpelding, Mr and Mrs Ainie Gerdes. Mr and Mrs Les Jar,us. Mr and Mrs Dick Me- Ginnis, and Mr and Mrs Duanf Hi ley. Canasta Club Mel Mrs Sadie SkilllnR entertained her canrtst; cluh last Tuesday evening. Two tables were in play. Ottosen News Oltosen —- Earl Olson had surgery on his ear ai Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Wednesday morning. The United Presbyterian wo- meh will serve a Christmas Silver Tea at the church parlors Friday, Dee. 9. beginning at 2 o'clock. The public is invited. Mrs Roy Tel ford visited her niece, Mrs Louis Jacobson Thursday afternoon to help her observe her birthday. Mr and Mrs Ed Von Bank of Rolfe"' wore Monday evening visitors at the Roy Telfords. 8 Mis Rasmus Olson of Livermore visited at the Donald Usher home Thursday. Thursday evening guests at the Dean Telfords to celcbiate Gary Tel ford's eighth birthday were Mr and Mrs W. G. Moench and Mr and Mr* Herbert Moench and fnmily of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Worby and daughters and Mr and Mrs Roy Telford. ; SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the DOS Moines Pub. Co., Uppet Algona. E. H. HUTCHINS, Manager FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION (South of Penneys in Algona) — Box 670 Mondays and Wednesdays, Best For Office Calls New Sowing Club A newly on'.r.n.v.ed r.ei«hboi- huod sewinu club met Tuesday with Mrs Maynarrl Miller. Those in attendance were Mrs Lou Snyder, Mrs Ed Smdelnr, Mrs Dwaine Lighter. Mrs M. C. Melcalf. Mrs Willard Steffan and Mrs Bless Rusk. Bridoe Club Hostess Mrs Bless Rusk entertained her bridge club Wednesday. High score pri/.e was won by Mrs Harold Erickso.n, second high went to Mrs Willard Steffan and low score prize went to Mrs Everett Barr. Shows Films Mrs Phil Diamond showed the cancer films Thursday at Mrs Edward Adams. Others present were Mrs Kenneth Peirce. Mrs David Smith, Mrs William Kuhn, Mrs AI Aj;cna. Mrs Bless Rusk nnd Mrs Vivgil .lacnbsen. GIVE EXTENSION PHONE SERVICE., It's a of an idea! n The petite, pretty Princess J phone adds new glamour to extension telephone service—the perfect Christmas gift. Smaller by a third, lighter by a half, the Princess has a dial light that glows softly, brightens for easy dialing when you lift the receiver.There are five regal colors. Or if you'd prefer a standard table model or wall-type telephone, you can choose from nine decorator colors that let you match practically any room decor. ORDER TODAY—just call the Northwestern Bell business office or ask your telephone man NORTHWESTERN BELL Ir- «!!i!!r«»essii^ Did You Know? That At Beecher Lane Appliance You Will Find The Largest Selection Of Wall Plaques In This Part Of The Country? Beautiful California And Arizona Creations. We Have Ever So Many To Choose From And All Popularly Priced. $l-$1.50-$2-$2.25-$3-$4-$7.95 And Don't Forget! When It Comes To Buying Gifts Of Small Appliances, We Have Practically Every Item That Is Made And You Will Like Our Prices. Remember We Service Them Too. Beecher Lane Appliance Your Gift Headquarters Plan Christmas Party Ila Bilsborough was hostess at a Townsend Club meeting observing Thanksgiving. Plans were made for the Christmas party to be held Dec. 13, at the home of Mr and Mrs William Carney, starting at 6 p.m. with a covered dish luncheon. Installation of recently elected new officers is planned for Dec. 27. , Mrs Chester Willey, Mrs A. M. Anderson and Mrs William Carney were named to the auditing committee. After the business meeting, games were enjoyed, prizes going to Mrs Loyd Ilaubach and Mrs Helen Johnson. Luncheon Slated The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday, Dec. 8, for a one o'clock luncheon at Good Hope church, Hostesses will be Mrs Francis Bjustrom, Mrs Harold Bjustrom, Mrs Vern Walker, ancl Mrs Lester Walker. Koll call will be answered by "Your Favorite Childhood Christmas Gift." The program will be in cnarge of Mrs Russell Walker. There will be a gift exchange and each person is requested to bring a wrapped gift for the children's home. Each to be labled for boy or girl. ^ Seventh Birthday Mrs Bill Kuhn entertained at a party Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 29, in honor of her son Ricky's seventh birthday. Those attending were Danny Biese.ll, Mark Elbert. Lance Mueller, JoJo Furst, Lisa Peter, Paul Bowman, Danny Dictriek, Rhonda Wefien- er, Steve Jacobson, Lisa Willie, Gary and Debbie Carman and Ricky's sisters and brother. Games were played and lunch was served. His grandparents were guests in the evening. Farpwell Coffee Mrs William Finn entertained at a coffee last Saturday afternoon, a farewell for Mrs M. H Fain, who is soon leaving for Long Beach. Calil:. Other guests were Mrs Phil Doocy and Mrs Don Welp, Bancroft, Mrs Vincent Bernardo, Mrs William Clawson. Mrs A. J. Eason, Mary Susan Eason, Mrs Betty Galbraith, Mrs Jack Hicks, Mrs "Bud" Robinson and Mrs Clifford Skogstrom. The honoree was presented with a gift. w*> STOP FREEZING here's heat you can take anywhere A Knipco portable heater keeps you warm indoors or out... just pick it up and take it with you, plug in any 115 v. AC outlet and flip the twitch. Circulating warm air pours out in- atanUy. The Knipco *Super-75" weighs only 45 pounds; runs 9 to 14 hours on a tankful of kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil; puts out M much heat as » furnace in a 5 room house for only |c an hour. Ufe it to preheat engines, thaw pumps, "spot heat" outside areaf, circulate warm air indoors. Stop by and let us show you OJM in action. Larger sizes also available. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT la. CY 4-3451 Emily Ott. 8 Mrs Orlun Oft gave a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of the eighth birthday o her daughter Rniily. Guests were Mary Bray, Janella and Anette Frnnkl, Barbara Harris, Sally Haase, Kolleen Kinu, Carleen and Charleen Klein, Pat Muckcy Tammy and Trina Parrish, Vick Kickk'fs and Vicki Siemer, Jud> Duttun and Rebecca Grotc were unable tu attend because of sickness. Plan Party T!-.e North Central Gladio! Society met Saturday evening ai the Alarm club rooms, and aftei a business meeting plans were ma'io for a Christmas oartv to bi held Dec. ]0 at Mr and Mrs George Wohnkc'is in Bancroft. Poi Luck Supper A pot-luck supper was held Saturday evening at Mr and Mrs Murl Potter's. Others participating we're Mr and Mrs William Dodds, Mr and Mrs Milton Marlowe, Mr and Mrs Howard Ran- oy, Dr. and Mrs J. B. 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