The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 13, 1960
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

i-Af§ona (la.) Upper DM Moirw Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1960 Receive 10 Members Reception of 10 new members Jnto the Court of St. IVcelia. Alponn, was celebrated with a Corporate communion, pot. luck luncheon, and ceremony of reception. Those received were Karen Hammer. Susanne Altman, Sharon LeniKe. Mary a,.Jm> Havcrly. Mary Kr:>mer, Josephine Kunkel. Colleite Schneider. Dennna Gevher. Phyllis Wilding. Marion Crawford. There were also two reinslalements Lorelta Niiiiholz and Mary Corrine Smith. A pot luck dinner and party Was given by the court Tor teaching sisters in honor of Feast Day. the Presentation. The regular meeting of the Court was held Dec. H. in combination with the annual Christmas party. A timely program. "The Sweetest Story Ever Told" was presented by some of the members. In lieu of the Christmas gift exchange, the members donated the money to the Court's Christmas Charities. Lady Guest Nighl The ladies were guests of the Algona Toastmasters Club Monday evening at the annual Christmas party at the Algona Hotel. Byron Richardson acted as toastmaster. On the program were Dr. L. L. Snyder. M. L. Vander Waal. Morris Givens. Dr. D. J. Shey and Leo Cassel with five minute talks on subjects handed out on impromptu basis by Don Hcmmingsen. Circle Meetings Circles of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Dec. 15 as follows: Sept. 1:30 with Mrs Harold Gilmorc. Oct. 2 o'clock with Mrs Perry Collins. Nov. at 1:30 with Mrs Max Bartholomew. Doc. at 1 with Mrs Russell Cook. Feb. at 1 in the P'ireside room. March sit I with Mrs L. R. Walker. April at I with Mrs Wendell Feaster. May at 1:30 with Mrs Vic Parsons. June at 8 p.m. in the Fireside room. Tho January circle meet Dec. 8 with Mrs Ralph Har- borts. ••••••••••••••••••I F-R-E-E Betty Crocker Candy Cookies Recipes Inside Special Gold Medal Sacks See Our Page Ad In The Farm and Home Section Bill's Market ••••••••••••••••"•i dinbeam automatic electric controlled even beat FRYPAN Everything will tastu wore Delicious • Bacon • Eggs • Hamburgers • Steaks • Chops • Pot Roast • Pancakes High Dome Glass or Vented Metal Covers Available Water Scaled Element Lets You Immerse Pan All the Way to Signal Light Tor Quick Easy Washing Prepares Everything From a Quick Delicious Breakfast to a Family Size Meal 4-H Corn Show Winners Christmas Party Mrs Kveretl Andi-ison nave :i Christmas paily Satuid.iy afternoon for her nur.ic class. In attendance were Jo Ellen Haas. Ma;y and Donna ;v?a. llulli P.en- S'.-holer. Marilyn Dan.' Kebecea Ki'el, Carol May Gei icke. Patty Fraser. Kristy Kent. Linda Meeli- Ihaas. Mary Jean Stark. Kebecea Tielebein, Maria Wittkopf. Card Wit.tkopf. Sharon Menneke. and Charlene and. Allen Asa and Judy Seaborg, Titnnka. Musical panics were played and a buffet luncheon served. Riverdalo Xmas Party The annual Christmas banquet and party for the Riverdalo Friendly Club and their guest, was held last Tuesday evening at Van's cafe. 500 was played with Mrs Lyle Stecle. Mrs Laurence Thilges, John Simon, James Capesius winning prizes. Mrs Howard Bormann received door prize. A gift exchange and coffee] hour followed. Pot Luck Supper The VFW Post and their Auxiliary will have a 6:30 pot luck supper before their regular meeting Wednesday. Dec. 14. Entertainment and gift, exchange will follow a short business meeting. The veterans family adopted by the auxiliary have three daughters, ages •s-ll and 13. Donations by members of either clothing or food will be appreciated. Host Employees Mr and Mrs Tom Rich entertained at a Christmas supper Saturday evening and had as guests the personnel of the shop and the wives and friends. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Pete Bilyeu. Mr and Mrs Dan Davis. Mr and Mrs Clifford Long. Mr and Mrs Don Olson and Mr and Mrs James Sparks. The evening was soent at cards. Firms Host Dinner The Taylor Implement company and the Algona Flour and Feed company are entertaining the personnel and their wives at dinner Tuesday evening at Van's Cafe. Card Club Met Mrs Gerald Ferris and Mrs L. J. Cassel entertained their card club Tuesday afternoon and there was an exchange of cookies. Have Cookie Exchange Mrs John Schutter entertained a group of neighbors Wednesday morning and theie was an exchange of cookies. Coffee Club Mrs Esther Benson entertained her coffee club Wednesday morning at the home of her sister Mrs James Allen. Kloih. Lois Erprlrlinr; Bonnie Crouch, Carol Hanisch. Janet Walker. Vivian Thorson. ivtiva Tliorcsnii. Caryl Larsen. Bevel ly M'isun. Carmen Lar.-.en, /ulabel e'senhaiier. Ti udy Alt. Susan iehals. l.'iiiami- Ftiniieinai k u! Luliise Sk-.iW. i'.ntik clul.i awards went to Ann ,;!!!. Judy P.erklaml. K'.len Sier:-. Vi''ky Sienier. Linda Mi is- Lorraine H.million. Colleen • ,,u I'icd. Linda Clayton, Max- .e Cla>ton. Carol Anhker. Mary ii'v. Nancy Chaml.ei .•;. X.elda i'.-'H. Grace MeKini. Kathleen 'ii-n. Uremia Eden, Shamn Edi. Cynthia i'ak iw. Kristin Ka. • •'•• and Phyllis Saehau. (I'her ecuii'v a.var.ls were — .i'i ly. Rosemary t'ises: dress '\ue. Louise Skow. Frances Me- ..naKI, Jnckie Laahs. Nancy ! imbiTS. Janice Mode, Kathleen i f n and Carmen Lai'sen. i liievetnent. Ann Smith and :iiiei \Valker: Clothing. Bonnie 'l'Htow. Dori 1 ; Ann Kohlhaas, yc-r!v Thoi'sou and Louise Ann Tslein, Mary Alma O'Brien, Carol Hanisch, Janet Walker; leadership, Susan Nitchals. The Danforth Four Square girl award went to Janet Walker and I lie Chicago trip winners were --• Janice Bode. Ruth Ann Klein, Louise Skow, Carol Hanisch and Hotline Bnstow. Leadeis also ieeeived special recognition for years of service) to the 4-H clubs. They a:e Mis Clifton Benschoter, If) year award; Mrs R. I. Anderson, II) year award; Mrs Alvin Klein, f> year; Mrs Elmer Hanisch, f> year and Miss L((is Bentele, f> years. The clubs also received certificate's for eomp'eting their year of work. Christmas Cantata Ledyard — Wednesday .evening Dec. 2lsl a grade Chrislmiis operetta- will be given at Hi- school at 7:30 p.m. with the children from Kindei g:u ten tlinuign the (ill) grade taking part T'ie Junior band will play. Tno.se having the leading parts Mrs Wegener Hostess A pot-luck supper was held Thursday evening at Mrs Kate Wegener's at which members of her card club weie present, tie- ing Mrs Max Bast. Mrs Roy Haag, Mrs A. A. Kadimr. Mrs Anna Nelson, Mrs Amanda Johnson, Mrs Christine Spongberg. Mrs Freda Steussy and Mrs Ida Zumach. There was an exchange of gifts. Surprise Party Herbert Henslcy was given a surprise party Wednesday evening by his wife in honor of his birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs William Clegg, Mr and Mrs Wally Hill, Mr and Mrs William Marshall, Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht and Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman. Cards were played and refreshments served. Shower Honors Mrs Leon Laird, Mrs Jerry Anderson and Carol Feldman arc giving a miscellaneous shower this evening (Tuesday) for Dean- no Douglas, Alden, a teacher he.re. She will be ».-«rr!cd Dec. 27 to Terry McGuire. son of Mr and Mrs John McGuire. Program Set Under the direction of Willard Snustad, the high school mixed chorus will present a half-hour program Dec. 13 at 4 p.m. from Mason City, channel 3. This t'roup will present, their annual Christmas program in the high school auditorium Dec. 20 at 8 p.m. Mr and Mrs Charles McVay are leaving Dec. 21 for Calil'or- lia where they will visit Mrs VlcVay's brother, Fred Shore, and Mr* McVay's cousin, Dick Dale, both in the Los Angeles area. They will return after the Holidays with Mr and Mrs Dick Wilhelmi, former Algonans now of Rockford, 111. The senior choir of the Methodist church will present, their Christmas program Sunday afternoon, Dec. 18, at 4 o'clock. Mrs Wesley Bartlett is director and Mrs Rex Taylor, organist. Willard Snustad will sing selections from "The Messiah" and Mr and Mrs Glen Graham and son, Gary, will sing. The latter half of the program will be Waring's "The Song of Christmas" by the entire choir and soloists. Word has been received of the accident which befell Ed Kelso at Burlington. Nov. 28, he fell from an oil tank while at work in the ordnance plant and suffered broken ribs and multiple injuries. He is still hospitalized. He is a brother of James Kelso and a relative of the Jess Dugans. William Fit/.ge raids and Mrs Lenora Hi Hz. He is a former Algonan. The annual "Birthday Party for Jesus" of the primary department of the Methodist church was held Saturday afternoon. Featured was a large birthday cake baked by Mrs Elberl McVeigh. Each child brought a toy, book or game to nelp some other child have a happier Christmas. Mothers assisting were Mrs Cecil Will, Mrs William Snodgrass and Mrs James Whittemore. Mrs V. K. Rising played the organ. James Jensen of the Seneca •I-II club showed the host ten ears of corn at the IJMjO 4-H Crop Show held at the Extension Office, December 3. James' field yield of 114 bushel per acre was also the best reported by Kossuth crop members. The winning entry was taken from his five acre plot. Blue ribbon winners were — Nicky Erpelding of St. Joe club, largest ear of corn: Ronnie Lincle, Swea-Harrison club, first place crop identification judge and plant collection project entry and Jimmy Abbott, Union club, tree identification project. Winners in the order of their placing were as follows — individual ten ear corn class — James Jensen, Seneca: James Erpelding. St. Joe: Robert Erpelding,- St. Joe: Konyon Gabrielson. Plum Creek: Richard Erpelding, St. Joe anct Nicky Erpelding, St. Joe: club ten ear class — Seneca, Plum Creek and St. Joe. Crop identification — Ronnie Lincle, Swea-Harrison; James, Robert and Richard Erpelding. St. Joe and Rodney Jensen. Seneca. Crop show winners pictured above are. front row left to right. Robert Erpelding. Nicky Erpelding and Rodney Jensen. Second row, James Erpelding, James Jensen, Richard Erpelding and Ronnie Lincle. James Erpelding of St. Joe was named outstanding 4-H crop member and was presented with a trophy for his fine work by the Algona Flour & Feed. Ed Mawdsley did a fine job of judging the corn show. (Extension Service Photo — UDM Engraving). i reporter in the county. i Hoeppner; top secretary's Janice Bode; health, Janice home economies. Ruth (•••••••••••••••••I F-R-E-E Betty Crocker Candy Cookies Recipes Inside Special Gold Medal Sacks See Our Page Ad In The Farm and Home Section Hood's Super Valu • •••_• ••••••••••••• i (•••••••••••••••••i F-R-E.E Betty Crocker Candy Cookies Recipes Inside Special Gold Medal Sacks See Our Page Ad In The Farm and Home Section Fareway Stores, Inc. Si. Ann Party Sistors of St. Ann hospital are having a Christmas party for their personnel Dec. 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. Their will be a short program, gift exchange, a visit from Santa and refreshments served. FREDERICK S & Q HARDWARE Th« |Mt fMact In Algona To §My Pint Quality Hardware - At A Savings I Mrs Buchanan Host Mrs Al Buchanan entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Poinsetta plants were given the high and second high score winners, Mrs Bob McCullough and Mrs Craig Smith, respectively. Sewing Club Mel Mrs Ed Blumer entertained the Tuesday sewing club today. Tt was a pot-luck dinner and a gift exchange. 3 Wedding Permits Three wedding licenses were issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to: Harlan Leininger, Whittemore, and Marilyn Harr, Wesley, Dec. 8; and Howard Gilberts. Mankato, Minn., and Elinor Anderson, Swea City; and Donald Cook, Des Moines. and Myrna Larimer, Algona. Dec. 10. Fractures Leg Ringsied — Edward Picht, 17, Armstrong high school senior, is sporting a cast on his right leg which he will wear four months. Tuesday he broke his right leg at school while attempting to kick the ball in physical education class. Instead of hitting the ball he kicked David Ilelgason and fractured his leg between the ankle and the knee. He was hospitalized overnight at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. 308 Girls Win Awards in 4-H For Year's Efforts Canasta Club Mrs Lenora Hillx entertained her canasta club Monday afternoon at a covered dish dinner and Christmas party with Rift exchange. F-R-E-E Betty Crocker Candy Cookies Recipes Inside Special Gold Medal Sacks See Our Page Ad In The Farm and Home Section Irvington Store ••••••••••••••••••i Kossuth County 4-H girls received awards for completing 4-H year, according to the goals set up for them at the beginning of the year. These and other awards were presented to 307 girls at the township award nights recently by the personnel of the County Extension Service. Awards for those completing five or more years of club work went to 83 members. Top record books were chosen from each age group in each club. These awards from the Kossuth County Banks were given to Margaret Alvey, Jean Kuste'mior. Regina Ferguson, Anne Vogel, Marie Uiers, Ann Wollner, Ruth Harms, Susan Yackle, Nancy Kennedy, Mary Clark, Janet Cherland, France McDonald, Rosemary Ulses, Ann Smith, Verdean Shaw, Virginia Gisch, Sheila Frideres, Karen Seege- barth, Judy Berkland, Jackie Laabs, Judy Wolter, Bonnie Bristow, Jane Raney, Vicky Siemer, Janet Banwart, Kathleen Blair, Rachel Habeger, Wallis Kay Reynolds, Patty Mayne. Linda Krumwjede, Mary Lou Kollasch, Joan Wilhelmi, Virginia Heldorfer, Linda Hoeppner, Carolyn Ley, Carmen Cook, LaVonne Thompson, JoAnn Me- Cleish, Mary Lynch, Patricia Binzen, Eileen O'Brien, Jane Metzger, Gloria Metzgcr, Kristine Merriam, Cynthia Weber, Nancy Chambers, Zelda Witzel, Mary Daley, LeOta Ann Voss, Janice Bode, jean Mescher, Gloria Miller, Linda Budlong, Sharon Eden, Kathleen Eden, LaVonne Studer, Merle Ann Harig, Sylvia Cink, Auth Ann Klein, Kristine l j lathe, Connie Bormann, Lois Erpelding, Sandy O'Brien, Vicky McGuire, Carol Hanisch, Bonnie Crouch, Candace Vaudt, Zulabel Ankenbaucr, Marlys Lupkes. Maureen O'Brien, Susan Nitchals, Trudy Alt, Linda Dodds, Helen Skow, Lorraine Funnemark, Louise Skow. Blue ribbon longtime record book awards went to — Marie Diei's, Anne Vogel, Rosemary Ulses, Rose Ella Kaliler, Lucille- Cade, Rosemary Gisch, Ann Smith, Carolyn Rochleau, Jacqueline Laabs, Judy Berkland, Ellen Siemer, Bonnie- Bristow, Maxine Clayton, Carolyn Ley, Carmen Cook, Nancy Chambers, LeOta Ann Voss. Audrey Gardner, Jean Keith, Janice Bocle, Grace McKim. Kathleen Eden. Sharon Eden, Ruth Wise, Mary Alma O'Brien, Doris Ann Kohlhaas, Ruth Ann •'• ••• •¥¥§!¥• i¥il¥¥i F-R-E-E Betty Crocker Candy Cookies Recipes Inside Special Gold Medal Sacks See Our Page Ad In The Farm and Home Section East End Grocery Schultz Bros. Thank You For The Exceptionally Fine Turn Out To Celebrate Our 20th Anniversary Last Friday and Saturday. It Is Appreciated! HERE ARE THE WINNERS OF THE BIG JUICY TURKEYS Earl Preston, Armstrong Ronald Altman, Burt L. A. Winkel, Algona Bill Paetz, Algona Don Hemmingsen, Algona Melvin Walker, Algona Doyle Dailey, Algona Edward Hackbarth, Algona Frank Grandjenett, Algona Betty Jane Engstrom, Algona Blanche Lage, Algona Duane Johnson, Algona YOUR BUSINESS FOR THE PAST 20 YEARS HAS BEEN APPRECIATED AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO THE NEXT 20 YEARS. Wesley Schultz Alfred Schultz Armin Schultz SCHULTZ BROS Phillips St., South Edge of Algona, On U.S. Highway 169 Last minute shopping hint from Bjustrom's CENHUNE ••-*- -v.tr Puzzled what to give this Christmas? Make your gift-giving easier by using A Bjustrom "Gift Certificate" . . . make it out for the amount you wish ... and then let the recipient come in and choose his gift from our three-floor selection of quality merchandise ... he can pick out just the furniture needed in the home . . . and you will know for sure that your gift will be the most wanted. Christmas shop the easy way for all friends and relatives ... let Bjustrom's Gift Certificates convey your holiday message. What they can use it for at Bjustrom's Living 1 Room Suites Platform Rockers Floor Lamps End Tables Steel Files Bunk Reds Samsonite Luggage Dining Room Scitcs liaby Beds Table Lamps Coffee Tables Mattresses Mirrors Hassocks Bedroom Suites Studio Lounges Carpeting Easy Chairs Dinette Sets Cedar Chests Decorative Clocks Date- Gift Certificate 'ay To r rhe Order Of— This Certificate is good for merchandise of your selection to the value of DOLLARS BJUSTROM FURNITURE Est. 1925 Algona, Iowa Presented by HONORED BY MANAGER Bjustrom Furniture Easy Terms Free Delivery Direct from Factory Established in 1925

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free