The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 2
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Wed Ai Nashua Richard Craig Simpson, son of Mr and Mrs Stanley 'Simpson, was married Friday, Dec. 9. in the Little Brown Church at Nashua to Jennetla Wolt/.. daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilfrfil.Wi.lt/. nt Burl. He will continue to farm with hi? fattier. She is a IfifiO graduate of the Burl hi.uh school and has been iMiployi-d in DCS ivloirv s. Tin new hrHe was hniTofcd at a shower Dec. 0 in the Evangelical Free church parlors 2 Algono (la.) Upper DM Moinai Tuesday, Dee. 13, 1960 New Officers Are Named By Wesley Group Wesley — Christian Mothers met Doc. 6 in St. Josephs, Parish hall Xvith Mary Bode presiding. It Was reported that 200 pounds of donated clothing had been sent to an Indian Mission at Chamberlain, S. D. The group voted to send $25 to the St. Francis Indian Mission in South Dakota, and to make the usual Christmas donations. A cleaning bee is to be held at the parochial school and volunteers 'will do the job Tuesday. December 27. The organization also bought and donated $35.75 worth of altar linens to the church. Election of officers was held. Marjorie Becker was elected president to succeed Mary Bode; Ann Richtsmcier. vice-president to succeed Mildred Arndorfer. Irene Lickteig. secretary to succeed Eileen Johnson and Jo Meurer, treasurer to succeed Edna Mae Kleinpcter. A short Christmas program was presented. Mary Jo Becker sang, Teresa Eiscnbacher gave a poem, Judy Eisenbacher gave a reading, Marjorie Becker, a reading, Christmas skit by Rosalie Studer, Dorothy Eisenbacher. Marjorie Goelz nnd Mary Joyce Haverly and a tableau by Marlene Reising. Rita. Judy and Teresa Eisenbacher. Jo Meurer. Ella Hanig and Laura Richter drew the lucky prixes. New Arrival A pill was night to Mr Kleinpeter at making them boys and thie parents, the and the Joe born Thursday and Mrs David the Britf hospital. a family of two : ;j.irls. The graitd- L. II. Kleinpeters Millers are caring for tlie four youngsters. Operella Scheduled A Christmas Operetta will be presented to the public in the Wesley public scnool auditorium Wednesday evening. Dec. 14 at 7:30. The program will also include numbers by the umior high mixed choruses, the band and kindergai ten. Honored Al Shower Marilyn Harr, daughter of Mrs Maurine Harr and the late Fred Harr, was honored at a pro-nuptial shower in St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whiltemore. Dec. 4. Miss Harr was honored at a shower in the local Methodist rhurch parlors Nov. 27. A program by local talent was prc- lented. The young lady became the bride of Harlan Leininger, son of Mrs Will Leininger and the late Mr Leningcr of Whittemore, Sunday, Dec. 11 in SI. Pauls Lutheran church in Whittemore. W.S.C.S. Mel W.S.C.S. met Dec. 7 in the George Dctincring home, with Mrs Lawrence Baylor and Mrs Curtis Quinn as assisting hostesses. D. Loras Pricu !ed devotions and Margaret Jones gave'a talk on Origin of Christmas Carols, using a tape recorder to illustrate several carols In lieu of a gift exchange a collection was taken for the. 1 Good Will Industries "New Shoes for Christmas" fund. Readings were given by Opal Nygaard. Veva Lease and Olive Erdman. Peggy Rasmussen auctioned off some articles left from the bazaar. John Paulsons had as then Dec. 4 dinner guests Mr and Mrs Don Smith and family of Richmond, Minnesota. Methodist circles will meet Dec. 14. a week earlier than usual. Holiday programs and a 50 cent gift exchange will be held. Hostesses will be Veva Lease, Dorothy Henderson and Rose Smith. Wesley township 4-H boys met Dec. 9 in the Charles Nygaard ft'g-3;;&a'^-'^ft:g^is.a;g^ai^ This week ONLY! SPECIAL PRE - CHRISTMAS STORE WIDE SALE you CAN Bi SURE...IF There's a beautiful new Westinghouse set to match your furniture ... and your budget... TRADITIONAL PROVINCIAL CONTEMPORARY on Four authentic period styles tb bhbbse f fdM •Jf '-Ly-tf y V< xT '• -• ,.. .11 i-l-fi ** , , * ... f. . ,.. . ,.- „; ,•„••« EVERY ITEM ON SALE! DELIVERY FOR CHRISTMAS NO PAYMENTS TIL MARCH BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ii f MIIIIV. of (hi . .M, • < of iii biuuji .uain home. Rf.-cent guests in the Hoy H;m- sfrf home were Mr and Mis Ii- \vin Beckman, of Burlington, Mr and Mrs Hay Maclsen and Ah and Mrs Emory Gtis\eson of Urs M'unes. Tlie mm \\ent h.mtm;.;. Hcv. Robot I Joiu-.s conducted futiei.i! i Hi s in the O.-nu.uu; a! home, 13ritt Dee. !) for .HI Messnum. 80. a resident 1'ianie Center ixi:iumm;ty. Ohve Eidnu.n. pre.-nu nl e \S' S C.S. and .Nyia i\t\v- ii. tiia.su.er, report a rat .)! .?20U at the Methodist r held Dec. 3 in thel.O.O.K. fhe M.Y.K. took in S17 al candy booth. 'Fiank Uleich, masuige:' of UK F'ar'iu -i •':-. Cooperative- EUxam; C'om[)aiiy. Ed Otis, Victor Loc- bi« and Mark Studir. hoard members attended a Feko n ei.-t- inf. 1 in Kansas City several days last week. Mrs .Frank Bleich, Mr and Mis L. L. Lease, Mr and Mrs Art Beenken, Mr and Mrs Don'llam.u. Mr and Mrs Don Uornbier. Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode and Vein Olsen attended a Christina., party and smorgasbord at the Plantation Ballroom near Whit- lemorer Dec. 7. John Spaiipjer of Janesville. Minn, spent sc-veral days last week with his sister. Mrs Josic Gouge. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner and two children went to Davenpprt Thursday morning for a few days visit with his parents. The doctor's office rooms were redecorated during his absence. Mrs George- and Mrs Jack Vitzthum and the latter's two children and Mrs Luke- Youngwirth spent Thursday and Friday in DCS Moines visiting relatives. Mrs Donnelle Devereaux and Mr and Mrs Everett Aekerman attended a Pioneer business meeting and banquet al Mason City Dec. 7. Mr and Mrs Cassie Klocko attended the luneral of the form- ei '.s aunt, Mis Grclchic Haltorf, at Pomcroy, Saturday atternoon. To Observe 30th Anniversary On Sunday, Seneca — The children of Mr and Mrs Cassie Klocko are planning an "open house" honoring their parents on their 30th wedding anniversary. Sunday. Dec. 18. 1960. At their home north east of Seneca from 2-5 p.m. No invitations are being sent. All friends and relatives arc cordially invited. Funeral Held For LuVerne Area Woman LuVerne • 1'uniial services f'»: Mis I.ia S-.-ddiiivi. 72. of L.v' rmo'i- v-.•:•( h, !.i at 2 p.m. fVc. 4 .it i'le J. \ennoie Melnii- d.-' : church ". I',- K. v. Worthie l.'.-i.er oifieiji'. m.;. Burial too!-. p!ai. e at Union C\ metery at L: •••'. : more. Mrs S!i'ii(l;,:d died Thursday i vexing a', the Sissnn nursing In.::•(.' in tlumbdidt fullowing a !..[-," illnes^. The farmer Ida I V.'nl:e, d.muh'ei ui' Mi and Mrs j P ii. e: - Wolfe. she was born near I XuMii.il. 111., Her. 15. lf!37. She j e;:;"." to the Livermon - LuVerne i a. 1 1 :i 'vhi'ti ;-he was si-ven years | "VI. On Aurr. ID. 1H07. siie 'married Orvilie Slud'iard. He d.ed in Nov. 1(141?. Surviving are four sons. Ralph '.f Humboldt. F;ank of Livermore, Harold of Hardy and Clayton of Aurora, 111., and seven grandchildren. Other survivors are a brother George Wolfe of Jtffers, Minn, and a sister, Mrs Kate Hardeeopl' of Armstrong. Shower Honoree Beth Toohey.. brick eu ct. was honored Sunday with a pre-nup- lial .shower in tile l.iwn hall. Hostesses were Mrs Max Patterson. Mrs Larry Henderson. Mrs James Staid. Mrs Verne Daley, Mrs Joseph Norcross. Mrs Cli: Richardson, Mary Toohey. Evelyn Niemeyer, Mrs John Elbert, Mrs Cecil Baker. Pouring was her mother Mrs Helen Toohey. Mary Toohey and Evelyn Niemeyer assisted Beth in opening her many gifts. assistipg, Mrs Harold Wolf. Six- let n members answered roll call. 'i he theme of Christmas was in charge of Mrs Allen [.Hake, who ii d demotions and presented the ii ••>!> -iudy. A p.ilt exi hange ^.iioV.'nl. Ciicle 2 and Kvening Stai i in \\ a.- postposied until Dec. ! t and i:"). hulall Officers 1'i.e Ladu.-- Aul Soclt-ty oi' the .'..'n F,\ . Luther. in chinch met 'i inn. -day in the church rooms i i a poi-htck. grab bag gitt cx- i ',aiH;e. Mrs Kobe-it Nielson pre- -,ded at the routine business. >> v. Allui Huciow, pastor, in- -:.i!ied !!ie new officeis as fol- i '.-. s: M: s John Schnakenberg, :-. i >;..li'in: Mrs John Pergandc, , :i c-president; Mrs Walter Bier'• i'.'. secretary nnd Mrs Jerry Circles Met Circle of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met Wednesday as follows: Circle 1, with Mrs Earl Neal, assisted by Mrs Jess Lindebak. Eleven members answered roll call. The devotions were led by Ralph Davidson and Mrs Manning prr-ented the les- Mrs Davidson presided. Mrs Earl son. Circle 3. with T.Irs Ralph Stoll, "I Connie's Column L , OLD "Gl" TRICK He-re's a space-saver for your linen closet: Roll bath towels instead of folding them. That's the way they do it in the service. GLITTER-MOBILES Mrs. Dottie Becker, pretty mother-of-five and commentator of a popular Minnesota TV show, sends this novel way to make decorations: Blow up ., .^ balloons of ^^/\>4 varying sizes and shapes; tie them tightly. Mix a thin flour-and-water paste. Dip yards of yarn into the paste and wrap the balloons 'round and 'round. Hang them to dry in a lonely corner. Three days later, pop each balloon with a pin, taking care not to disturb the delicate "dried shapes" :reated. Spray with glitter; hang them high! FOR BURNING Happy the holiday homemaker who has a gas incinerator! Baking and meal preparation go so much faster. Everything from wrappings to parings goes' into the indoor incinerator. (Less tracking- in, too, when big or little feet needn't trek outdoors with trash and garbage!) If you're not among fortunate owners already, wouldn't a gas incinerator make a nice "gift for the home?" See your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. - HOLIDAY RICE Here's how I dressed up Christmas dinner plates last Yule:. Saute */ 4 cup chopped green pepper and £/ cup chopped onion in 2 Tbsp. butter. Combine with 3 cups cooked rice, 1 cup seedless raisins, ft cup chopped pimiento and ].', cup chopped nuts. Pack mixture tightly into six buttered, individual salad-molds. Let stand five minutes; unmold on plate/ and serve hot. Isn't it pretty? Tasty, too. TAKES THE CAKE Glorify a Christmas angel cake! Frost it airily in white. Tie a big glitter-bow high up on three candy canes. Set canes right in the open center of the angel food cake. Crush two more candy canes; sprinkle their "jewels" over the frosting. "STAINED" GLASS Give your living room a cathedral-look for Christmas. Let young ones design huge, geometric shapes and trace them lightly on the window with chalk. Cut colored cellophane to fit shapes; outline each one with gift tape. What glory indoors, when the sun shines through, daytimes ...outdoors, when your lights shine through at night! GIFTED WRITER Notes like this are a special holiday gift to me! Mrs. Millie Lien of Minnesota writes, "After 20 years, we switched to natural gas ... I'm so happy with it!" Most homemakers do prefer gag, Millie. It's so clean, so 'dependable ... and so economical. Northern Natural Gas Company pipes this pleasant helper hundreds of miles to your town. Your local gas company pipes it to your home, for everyday, every hour convenience/ (What could Santa bring' that would be nicer than that?) c ) Northern Natural Cas Company, Omaha, Nebraska Post-Nuptial Shower ' .'-Ir.s Charles McClelland, form- ti lliien Pergande. was honored v. ; ; h a post-nuptial shower Fri- d.i.v in the rooms of the Zion Ev. '.it'.heran church \\ith 30 sharing •.:.r courtesy. Hostesses were Mrs John Per,Mrs Ernest Pergande and Eugene Casey. Headings given by Mrs John I-'er- and Airs Casey. Recipes written for the bride fol- liy a guessing game. Mrs Ernest Pergande and Jiatmie Casey assisted in opening the many gifts. .Refreshments were served. Several 111 Kay Stone is convalescing at ins home following a slight stroke suffered Saturday. George A. Eggleston entered Haneoc-K Memorial hospital, Bntt, Monday for treatment. Mr and Mrs En Bager visited Tuesday with Mrs Anna Hanselman, Lu Verne, a surgical patient at Holy Family hospital at E. 3 therville. Audrey Hanschnan and Elaine Kockwood are enrolled at A. I. B. College in Des Moines. The Christmas festival of music was presented Sunday Dec. 11 at tne Iowa State University at Ames. Ronald Stone, junior at use college and son of Mr and Mrs Ray Stone, LuVerne took part in the presentation of the chorus of Handel's Messiah. Weekend guests in the parental Bert Thomas home were Mr and Mrs William Schoenrock and family, Dorrance and Gary Thomas, St. Paul, Minn. Mrs Phil C. Lichty was hostess to Canasta 8. At play, high, Mrs C. O. McClellan. second high, Mrs S. R. Baker and travel Mrs Frank Gronbach. Mrs Edward D(-Hncn was a guest player. Merrill Curran and son Mike of Victorville, Calif., tirrlved Saturday to visit his sister, Mr nnd Mrs Robert Hnrdcopf and bro-. thers Harold and Lawrence Curran families. Mr and Mrs Earle Hanselman visited Monday with his mother Mrs Anna Hanselman surgical patient in Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mrs Phil C. Lichty entertained the birthday bridge club at her home Monday evening. Honors, Mrs Hugh Shirk. Guest players were Mrs Edward Dehnert and Mrs J. O. Cox. Curtis Chapin. Monday moved his shoe re-pair sriop from the Henry Locrwald Building to the front room in the Mrs Minnie llagist building. Mr and Mrs Daic Brayton of Sheffield are. parents of a eight pound daughter, born Tuesday, Dec. 6, at Mercy hospital, Mason City. They have four girls and one son. Mrs Brayton, former Ruth Ann Gronbaeh, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbaeh. LuVerne. The Christman party of the Legion Auxiliary unit was held Monday evening with Mrs Allen Blake in her home. Mrs Jack Guy presided. rtobert Blake, small son of the Blakes was Santa Claus for the occasion, giving out the gifts. The meeting of the Women's Society of World Service was held, Dec. 1 in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren church with Mrs Albert Ilefti hostess. Mrs Edwin TIefti led de- M votions and presented the lesson study. Mrs Curtis Morgan was a guest. The devotions nnd les- Elections of officers took place Thursday evening al the meeting oi the Comrade Sunday School class, in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren church, with hosts, Mr and Mrs Fred son study were presented by Mrs Marie Maass. (Jlfic'ers elected, Fred Merkle, president, Mrs Clyde Dudley, vice and Mrs Mnass, si cretaiy-lreasuret-. ~SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbnns, adder and cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. e^S^3^i^:^s?Q:Pia;^wa^3?$ 5 S'«fr(^ A GIFT for 52 Weeks Of Year For $3 You May Send This Newspaper To Anyone In The Area For One Year — (We Will Send A Xmas Gift Card For You)... or $4 A Year At Distant Points. EASY - ECONOMICAL - APPRECIATED The Algona Upper Des Moines The Paper That Covers Kossulh Counfy IT'S BEAUTY TIME ! And the Greatest Gift Of All Is Beauty Look your loveliest during the festive time ahead. We'll personalize one of our most exciting new hair styles to flatter you. . . . And for loveliness that truly flatters you, buy your cosmetics from us. We will help you in your selection and even instruct you in their correct application. Buy your beauty with confidence from State Beauty Salon. 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