The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 8
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^-7%>*M_ Mrs Louise Peter was visited last week Sunday by Mrs John Moore, Boone. Mr and Mrs Oflan Olt have been visited by the mother Mrs Walter Ott. Hartley. Mrs Adda Price was iaken to St. Ann hospital Friday having suffered a slight stroke. Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrocht spent the weekend at Rolf' 1 with Mr and Mrs H. A. Kayser. Mr and Mrs O. B. Kindtsn spent Thanksgiving at Ventura with Mr and Mrs Julius Kindcn. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid were recent dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ned Sparks, Blue Earth, Minn. Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson spent a week ago Sunday at Royal with Mr and Mrs Harold Anderson. Mrs Mattie McWhorter was visited a couple of days last week by Mr and Mrs Richard Demary, Jonlin, Mo. Mrs Katherine Mahoney returned Monday from Blairstown where she had spent a week with Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck. Mr and Mrs H. W. Pletch went to Des Moines Sunday to spend a few days with Dr. and Mrs Arlo Adams, former residents here. Mr and Mrs M. H. Fain are leaving Saturday to make their home at Long Beach. Calif., where they have already taken an anartment. Mrs Nell McCall had Mr and Mrs James Griffith and John, Sioux City, as Thanksgiving guests. Friday the group drove to Des Moines and visited Mr and Mrs Howard Ho»mes. Mr and Mrs D. D. Monlux are visiting Dr. and Mrs William Monlux at Ames. Mr Monlux was hospitalized awhile and under treatment for a back ailment, the result of a fall suffered sorrie time ago. Mrs Sarah Smith has returned from Lockport, 111., where she had visited several days with her daughters Mrs Harry Kranz and Mrs V. E. Olson. The women took her to Decorah where she visited Mr and Mrs Clarence Smith a few days. Mr and Mrs David Smith, Neal and Diane spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge were recent dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Alvin Johnson at Hardy. Mr and Mrs Robert Reilly were visited last weekend by their son, Jerry who teaches at Lake City. Mr and Mrs Harold Roih spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mr and Mrs Ray Bcsch, former Algonans. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrot! spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Mystic with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Porter. Mrs J. W. Pentecost relumed Sunday from Remv'ck where she had been since before Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Louis Heetlancl. Mrs W. J. Payne had as Thanksgiving guests Mr and Mrs Clyde Ridenour, Rochester, Minn., and her granddaughter, Nancy Seeberger, Mason City. Bernadeite Barbaras, who makes her home here with her sister, Mrs W. J. Payne, is visiting Mr and Mrs Clyde Ridenour at Rochester, Minn. New members were received recently into the Methodist church. They are Mr and Mrs Bob McClelland and Carman and Beth. Mary Ann Steinhorst and Mrs Lester Riter. Elmer Phillips was taken to Lutheran hospital, Fort, Dodge, last Friday and has been under treatment for stumach ulcer. He is considerably improved and it is expected he will soon return home. Mr and Mrs John Schimmel returned Sunday from a Thanksgiving visit at Clinton with Mr and Mrs Jack Murphy and at Dos Moines they visited over the weekend with their son, Jerry and wife. Mrs Katherine Mahoney had as callers Wednesday morning Mrs Minnie Mntern. cStewartvillc, Minn., and Mrs Helen Mikes. Mrs Matern is a former resident here and is house guest of Mrs Mikes. At one time she owned and operated the suburoan store now owned by Mr and Mrs James Allen. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel went to Carroll Suijiday to attend the Gov. Erbe speech. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel were dinner guests last Sunday of Mr and Mrs W. II. Riedrl at Burt. Mrs Eliza Angle is home from Mercy hospital. Mason City, and is completely recovered from surgery. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera and Mrs Rose Sibsbee \\ere ;it Mason City Friday spending the day with Mr and Mrs Marion Bur- i>ank. The Cresco Mothers & Daughters Club will hold their December meeting at the home of Deanrte Gerber. Dec. 14. There will be a dollar K'ft exchange. Mrs Marie Ogren and her sis- tor Mrs Anna Barnes had as guests Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs J. C. Gibson, Omaha, Neb. Since then Mrs Barnes has gone to Sioux City for a visit of two weeks and will then return here. Friends of Mrs Bessie Palmei will bo glad to know she has improved considerably of late. She suffered a stroke some time ago and is being cared for by her dau.'ihler Mrs Wayne Christensen at Cedar Falls. Her son Ro"er and wife drove there to see her not long ago. Mr and Mrs H. W. Miller and Mary were guests a week ago Thursday of Mrs Myron Miller at Mapleton. Friday they visited Mrs Leona Seward at Mankato. Minn, and Saturday they were guests of Mrs Miller's parents. Mr and Mrs Ben Kuchenbeckcr at Owattona, Minn. P. E. O. sisterhood v/ill have a Christinas tea Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ted Chrischilles. Mrs Mary Beth Ost- v;ald, Whittemore, Mrs Dean Parrot. Mrs J. B. Harris, and Mrs Lloyd Robinson are the tea committee and Mrs J. C. Mawdsley is in charge of the program. Mrs Lyle Riedinger, Don and Rickie have returned from Mnry- villc, Mo., where they had been v/ith Mrs Riedinger's parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. Strong. Mrs Strong had suffered a heart attack. During Mrs Riedinger's absence, Mr Riedinger's parents Mr and Mrs Clem Riedinger were here from Maquokota. Jeanetta Woltz, Des .Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Wilfred Woltz. Mr and Mrs G. H. McMullen were hosts to their son and family, the Jack McMullens, Northwood, Thanksgiving. Mr and Mrs Keith Culbertson and family, Sutherland, called on Burt friends Wednesday evening. Viola Hilton Of Burt Is Nov. 12 Bride Burt -- Mr and Mrs James E. Tr;uVT v.-ere married at the Methodist church in Burt Nov. 12 with the Rev. Fred G. Samok officiating at the double ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. in the evening. The bride is the former Viole Mae Hilton, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred E. Hilton of Burt, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs Edwin Trager of Woden. Gwynoth Teeier presided at the organ and soloist was Erna Buars. The bride's floor-length gown of while silk bombaxinc \va; fashioned with a fitted embroidered silk bonibii/ine bodice ot sequin and pearl trim, scoop neckline, deep pointed front and hack of wai'il and three-quartered shirred sleeve.-, and the traditional button and loop closing, and the full skirt with shiffli embroidered panel extending down center front and back of skirt with chapel train. Her fin- pcrtip cloud veil of candlelight imported English bridal illusion fell from a crown of pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of deep uink ro.ru buds. Joan Sorrnson was matron of honor and Kathryn Snyder was bridesmaid. John 'i'raeer was best man and Gerald Hilton acted as groomsman. Ushers wove Ronald Waggoner, Richard Morgan and Jay Hopnus. Dianna Dee Waggoner was flower girl. A reception for IDU guests was held in the churth parlors with Mrs Viola McDonald of Burt serving as hostess. Mrs Nell M. Hartman and Mrs Ray E. Fryc cut and served the four-tiered wedding cake. Presiding at the silver service were Mrs Vcra Benson and Mrs Jerry Sorcnson. Toni Romey and Judith Waggoner served the punch and waitresses were Judy and Jane Mitchell, Patricia Schwiertert and Susan Lovstad. Others assisting with refreshmens were Mesdames Clifford Holding, Dean Andrews, Raymond LovS- tad, F. G. McMullen. George Manus, and Mrs Jesse Blanchard. Janet Farnsworth registered the guests and caring for the gifts were Elaine Kruse, Frances McDonald, Cynthia Romey and Jill Hilton, Mrs Trager is a graduate of Woden-Crystal Lake high school, attended Iowa State University and is now a receptionist at Bankers Life Insurance Co. in DCS Moines where she will continue to work. Mr Trager is also a graduate of Woden-Crystal Lake high school, had three years of military service in the United States Army, and is now employed at Preferred Risk Insurance Co. in DCS Moines where he is also attending Drake University. REUNION" The dependents of Adolph Espe of Kanawha held their annual family reunion recently. More that one hundred fifty were in attendance. Grandma Matilda Espe (Mrs Adolph Espe) is 93 years of age. She has nine children sixty-four grandchildren, 186 grent grandchildren, 90 grent, great grandchildren and one great, grent, great granddaughter, making a total of 350 living defendants. Son Of Ex-Tyke Residents Dies In Illinois Titonka i— Funeral services were held at Froeport, 111. for Mark Morris Stott, 3, son of Mr and Mrs Keith Stolt, former Ti- tonkans.' He died Saturday at Free-port Memorial hospital. He had been under treatment for the pnst 2 1 fe years at Rochester .and Frcrport. Besides his parents, he is survived by a brother, David, sisters Elizabeth and Rebecca, maternal grandmother, Mrs Lester Hoots of Oelwein, paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Earl Stott of Titonka and an aunt Mrs Floyd Kaney of Fieeport. Services were conducted by Rev. Paul Bloomquist. of Embury Methodist church Monday, interment was in Oakland Cemetery, Freeport. Fair Planned A Christmas Fair will be held Thursday afternoon and oven- ing. Dec. 8, at Good Hope Lutheran church, sponsored by the Titonka Federated club. There will be displays in numerous categories, including table decorations, handmade gifts, house decorations and Christmas cookies. There will also be a titble. for articles mfide by children. The public is urged to participate in this free event both by entering displays and by attending the Fair. The Fair will bo open for viewing from 1:30 p.m. on and a program is planned for the evening. Showing "Christmas Customs Around the World, "to begin at 7:30 p.m. BULLET Otis Wood-of near New Market received minor wounds recently on a hunting excursion with R. R. Watson and Francis Potter. Pellets from a shotgun struck him on the chest and face, but without force enough to injure, except one near the eye. A shot was lodged near the tear duet, which specialists have decided to leave rather than resort to delicate surgery. lil'iyjif Santa Says., "A NEW WAY OF LIFE FOR YOUR WIFE" THIS IS THE TIME OF THE BIG DECISION: WHAT TO GET HER FOR CHRISTMAS SEE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER TODAY! It must be something glamorous .... it must be out of the ordinary .... it must be something with a special touch, something she wants and will use, and along with these other requirements, it must be practical from an investment standpoint. NOTHING QUITE FILLS THESE DESIRED SIFT QUALITIES SO WELL AS AN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE. LX V. /: m •^••/V* •*?*•.* o"r 'T*-; 77 ' o/V\ o^> '% Algona Municipal Utilities AT CHRISTMAS TIME To Please A Man, Choose His Gift From The HUB! The Gal most likely to get kissed on Christmas morn is the gal who was thoughtful enough to give her man the gift he wants most of all'. . . the best in clothing from the HUB. You'll find just the suit, topcoat, suburban or car coat, tie, sport coat, shirts, slacks or jewelry for your man with one stop at the HUB. «*- m:< !** * ft % ing ing **» MCGREGOR SPORT SHIRTS 3.98 - 5.00 - 5.95 CAMPUS SWEATERS 7.95 -10.00 -13.95 GATES GLOVES 3.95 to 5.95 WEMBLEY TIES 1.50 - 2.50 FREE FANCY GIFT WRAPPING INTERWOVEN SOX 1.00-2.95 If you are still in doubt give him a HUB GIFT CERTIFICATE for that Suit, Top Coat, or Sport Coat. Don't worrv about the alterations as we can take care of that after Christmas If you wish to give him a Gift Certificate for a lesser gift we will make it out for any amount you wish. WELDON PAJAMAS 4.25-5.95 SWANK JEWELRY K50-5.0q DUNHAM SLIPPERS J.98^5.50 MASTERBILT SLACKS 13.95 -16.95 ROYTEX ROBES 10.95-13.951 TAKE A TIP FROM SANTA - BUY HIM THE GIFT HE'D BUY HIMSELF SAMSONITE LUGGAGE FOR LADIES A MEN OFFICIAL BOY SCOUT DEALER FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY c7^HUB /^\> LEUTfflTO ALGONA,IOWA

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