The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 20
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Rose Tattler. Her four children, including Sister M. Martita were present. Mr and Mrs Bob Ellos and Carlot la moved Nov. 30 from tho Hamilton apartment to the Richard Smith home. Smiths moved to the Don Kraus resident, which they lately purchased. The Kraus family moved into their new home in Britt where they own and operate a store. Tuesday Club will have their Christmas parly Dec. 13 in, the Bill Loebig home. The entertainment will be in charge of Hazel Gercles. Helen Koppen and Claire Thomas. The food will he in charge of Mary Forburger. Mildred Martin and Jo Meurer. Methodist women will meet Dec. 7 in the George Detmering , home. Emma Quinn and Mildred Baylor are assistant hostesses. A collection for missions will be taken in lieu of a gift exchange and a pr.ogram will be given by representatives of each circle. D'Loras Price will lead the de- vot ions. Homebuilders club of the Evangelical Free church will have a 7 o'clock smorgasbord in the church parlors Dee. 21. Rev. E. V. Slreed of Britt will be guest speaker. The November meeting was held at the parsonage with Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlsson as hosts. A Thanksgiving clay pro- i»AI**Aa (la.) Upper Dtt MoinM 0961 '9 -)»d ' Wesley CD. A. Initiates Four New Members Wesley — C.D.A.'s held their regular meeting Nov. 29. They voted to give $25 to the Bishop Relief Fund and to make the regular Christmas donations. Initiation ceremonies were conducted for four new members. They were Charlene Reising. Arlene Becker, Marilyn Lickteig and Sally Bauer. The officers ot the court conducted the ceremonies. A pantomime "Ave Marie" was presented. Father Phillips gave a talk The annual Christmas party will be held Tuesday evening, Dec. 13 with an exchange of 50 cent gifts. Auxiliary Met The American Legion Auxiliary held their annual Christmas party Thursday evening, Dec. 1 in the Legion hall. Vice-president, Rita Youngwirth conducted a short business meeting following a pot-luck supper. Treasurer, Helen Johnson reported 42 paid up members, out of the quota of 56. 10 dozen cookies had been made by several members and were sent to the State Institution at Woodward as well as a box of donated jewelry and some games. Sfi2.94 was cleared at the luncheon and bake sale held Nov. 8. They Voted to give $5 to the city Christmas treat for the children, and $2 to the Retarded children fund. 6 gifts, and Christmas wrappings and ribbon had been sent to the gift shop at DCS Moines. 6 Christmas gifts made by the junior members were sent to the children's hospitals. Also 50 gift enclosures. , Following the meeting 500 was played. Helen Jonnson won high score prize, Laura Kleinpeter, low and Mary Forburger, door prize. Each gave 50c for kitchen Shower. Twins Third Time Mrs Viola Studer reports new twin grandsons born Wednesday Nov. 23, to Mr and Mrs Julius Kelch of Worthington, Minn. The Kolchs also have 14 year old twins Jack and Judy and 4 year old twins Dickie and Diane. They have five other children. Mrs Studer has another pair of twin grandchildren 4 year old Debbie and Denny Ackerson, children of Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson of Wesley. The two Kelch families are former Algona residents. Frank. Minnie and Nell Frimml went,to Cresco Nov. 29 to attend a family gathering honoring the 87th birthday of their cousin, Mrs grnm wns given by sovfT.il members. ' Mr and Mrs Kay Olson and daughter of Omana, Neb. spent Thanksgiving Day and the weekend at the parental E. M. Olson home. Other Thanksgiving Day guests vvtye Wally Olson of Council Bluffs, the Don Wagner family of Fort Dodge and the Oscar Wagners of Mason City. Troop 23 of the Cub Scouts held a pack meet Monday evening in the Legion hall. Members of the 3 dens attended. Den 1 had the opening exercises, den 2 the entertainment which was a puppet show. Den 3 had charge of closing ceremonies. John Muo- he is cub master and Den Mothers are Shirley Brims, Mary Lou Studer and Florence Niedzielski. Carl Fro'-hlich pen left Tuesday in Wyoming. Mr and Mrs drove to Chanute 30 to get their son Jim. who had compelled basic training there. He will have a 30-day furlough at home before leaving for service in Japan. and i in a Bill Kop- deer hunt Charles Price Field. 111.. Nov. BOTH Mr and Mrs W. J. McLaughlin of Belmond recently celebrated their BOth wedding anniversary. They have eleven children, 45 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. James Smiths Of Lakota Observe Golden Wedding Lakota — Mr ;mcl Mrs James F. Smith woro honored by friends and relatives Sunday at nn open house for their golden \vc ddint; a n n i v c r s a r y. The Smith's two sons and families, the Vernnn Smiths of Lakota and the James Devere Smiths of Elmore sponsored the event. Shirley Smith and Jcanettr Smith, Knipddaughters, poured coffee and Mrs Herman Jutting cut and served trie cake. Mr and Mrs Smith were married Nov. ?.!), IfllO at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Fred Kienit/. by Rev. Westcott. Atten- d.'ints were her sister, Carrie, Mrs J. P. Theisen, and his brother, John Smitn. They have lived in the Lakota community all their married life exeept for one year they lived in Al.t'ona. DEER Delmar Phillips of Anamosa recently killed a ten-point buck deer with a how and arrow. He used a (ifi-pound bow from about 50 feet. He said it was the first time he had ever bagged any Kame larger than a fox or rabbit with the bow. Woodman ! Don't Spare Those Trees Some people think the cutting of trees at Christmas is a wasteful practice. Forestry experts, however, disagree. Their growth takes up space that the larger trees need. And, these small trees would probably be eliminated in the struggle for earth and breathing space anyway. Because of the unusually mild fall weather, our suppliers of Christmas Trees were able to take their time in selecting only the finest trees. This year they are in top condition and are really beautiful. Get yours now ... It wjll last long after the holidays ... We have a beautiful selection to choose from and our prices are traditionally LOW ! • BALSAM FIR • MONTANA FIR • BLUE SPRUCE • SCOTCH PINE • NORWAY PINE HEIGHTS 3 Foot To 12 Foot BUY YOURS NOW And Get The Pick Of The Lot EAST END GROCERY CY 4-3762 POTATO HEADQUARTERS (••••••••••••••••••••••^••••••••••••••i Algona (•••••••••M DON'T Fail To Enroll Now (60 Day Time Limit) If you now have an individual Health & Accident Policy or no policy at all, and you are between the ages of 18 and 60 ... Ricklefs Insurance Agency can enroll you for a group Hospital policy at group rates. (Much cheaper than individual policies and just look at these advantages). Here Are Your ADVANTAGES * • $12.00 per day for hospital room up to 150 days per accident, or sickness. • Up to $2,000.00 For Hospital Extras such as Drugs, Dressings, Ambulance, Anesthesia, Laboratory, Etc. • Surgery benefits up to $375.00 per operation. • No additional charge for children over the first one. • Cannot cancel out any individual in group. • You get the advantage of group rates. • Pay Monthly. DON'T SAY IT CAN'T BE DONE! Bring in your present policy to us for comparison. Let us show you the advantages of this policy. You are under no obligation and if you are just curious to know how your present policy compares to this new special policy, bring it in. And if you don't have any policy at all — come in and we will show you how you too, can en- roll. Remeniber ... 60 day enrollment period and v/e have a special gift for all inquiries. ACT NOW) DON'T DELAYI A. J. (Arni e) RICKLEFS Ricklefs Insurance Agency 1. State* Algeria , Iowa CY 4*4529 You're Invited ...... i * BRING MA, THE KIDS, THE NEIGHBORS, TO ULTZ BROS. 20th ANNIVERSARY EVENT, DECEMBER 9 & 10th (FRIDAY and SATURDAY) JUST 20 YEARS AGO, THE SCHULTZ FAMILY OPENED THE GAS STATION YOU SEE PICTURED AT THE LEFT, ON HIGHWAY 169 AT THE SOUTH EDGE OF THE ALGONA CITY LIMITS. THEN, AS NOW, SCHULTZ SOLD REGULAR AND HIGH OCTANE GAS AT A REAL SAVING FOR CUSTOMERS. Above - SCHULTZ BROS SERVICE STATION, 1940 . . . BUT "iwfyv"" S Kf « -r «*v 1"'t*ir»V ft. ' '».'*'*»" ' ' ^ r^*! * ,^*j^ T *i «u • [ • J ; j V^ ( r<' •mj^^lt^rf i?" : •<'• •• -- .<*. "w-^>.< x : vl^^*$.V.V'y.-vf •••« • ,; : . •'< i>:i ;•«,>•. v^' , ^^y4fff^y'^f:^:.^ *-4 •••,., \ <••,' , , u-Xr-nV •"••' • 1 * ^v K >>- . i ? 7 .. r ***. *•«.< ^w* **. -^V L^ 1 -^ i fkV^j x J . ** *• * ^ * fl f't^-iT^^.^^rr;. fc^^f w^*pto^^|^,v*^ ^^ r ^ * >, i ^ v ». "* '„•> v •** "*« ?& ^ o . t •w^BfV * * * ^ •& * i * T3Kt"V * VI t,» K >.i ^{v 'fc W -.a vV f^* *.f} ^ v * r » Y< /, t rt-* 7 •>%* *. |,. ' ^.- fCPLTZBROS; .*; . i - V s "* >*V •WtflwWv' *''' ««» »» TODAY (1960) NEW, MODERN 10 PUMP SERVICE STATION OF SCHULTZ BROS. (All Remote Control Operated Pumps. Five Full Time Attendants, Dwight Bruns, Arnold Lallier, John Marti, Harley Troutman Jr., and Wes Schultz.) FREE - FRIDAY & SATURDAY, DEC. 9 & 10 1 Lb. ARMOUR'S HICKORY SMOKED BACON With Every 8 Gallons Or More 'Of Gasoline On Either Dec. 9 or 10th. 12-10 Lb. TURKEYS To Be Given Away FREE In Our Garage Show Room. Just Register At The Garage Before Saturday At 9 P. M. No Need To Be Present To Win. Drawing 9 P. M. Saturday. YOUR BUSINESS FOR THE PAST 20 YEARS HAS BEEN APPRECIATED. STOP IN AND GET YOUR FREE BACON! A BIG JUICY TURKEY FREE With Every New Or Used Car Sold Until Dec. 15 HOME OF CADILLAC - BUICK - PONTIAC - STUDEBAKER WESLEY SCHULTZ • ALFRED SCHULTZ • ARMIN SCHULTZ SCHULTZ BROS Phillips St., South (Edge of ALGONA, ON U.S. HIGHWAY 169 Jn;..

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