The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 9
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Tuesday, December 13, 1960
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I « t December 13, 1960 / December 13, 1960 New Leader Is Named By The Seneca Stars Seneca — The SPII<H:;I Slnrs 4-H club met Wcrlncscl.-iy nflcr school at Ihc home of Jill Jon- 5011. Eleven members, answered roll mil afler which the Rrnup held n short business meeting. They voted to,give $2 to the Christmas Sen! pwitfrain, also to tfn Christ- inns caroling with the Seneca boys club at Christmas time. They v also voted to hold their meetings nlVr school tlurinfi the winter months. They drew names for secret sisters to whom iney will f;ive a Christmas present. Due to the fact that Mrs Earl Crouch, who had been a local leader, moved away, Mrs Art Bei-gum accepted leadership. Club officers who attended County Officers TraininR School at. Algona recently told of the things which they had learned which will be of help in their o\vn club program. Andrea Slefanski gave a de- niunst'Vation. Mrs IUis.se 1 Jcnsrn and Mrs Art lU-rgum were guest mothers. Modern Mixers Mel The Seneca Modern Mixers Club held their Christmas party Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Henry Loofl. All members were present and joined in singing Christmas carols and exchanging gifts. Thry also brought stDme Is foil of... CHRISCHILLES Yes, folks, that's right. Our spectacular decorations are the "talk of the town". Even visitors from larger cities are impressed with the beauty of our Christmas appearance. Of course, we don't SELL them but they sort of symbolize the QUALITY OF THE MERCHANDISE WE DO SELL. Because this is the store of true, brand-name, QUALITY gpods, honestly sold, beautifully gift-wrapped by courteous, experienced sales ladies. Doesn't that ali add up to the PERFECT GIFT? See our magnificent tree Our annual Christmas tree has become a tradition in Algona as each year seems to bring forth a more gorgeous one. This year, it'r a nursery grown, 12-foot spruce, lighted with hundreds of twinkling lights and decorated with costly imported ornaments. Bring the children to see this beautiful sight and get the true Christmas spirit yourself. Buy Quality Gifts There is no time of year when your gift should convey that true mark of friend- ship better, than at holiday time. A gift from this store symbolizes QUALITY first, last and always because for almost a century, THE CHRISCHILLES STORE has sold .QUALITY GOODS. Remember this at Christmas when the very name of our store on a package spells, "QUALITY". THE LIFE SIZE MOVING SANTA GLAUS IN OUR EAST SHOW WINDOWS ••if. Chrischilles Store Flew Own Plane To Mexico But Hurt In Home Crash gifts for a children's home at Council Bluffs and voted a monetary gift to the Lutheran Home FindiiiK Society at Fort Dodge.. Clans were made for the January :,nd February parties for husbands of the members. Ilo- nored birthday members were Mrs liny Hin/. and Mrs Ted Jen- si n. Mrs Herbeil. Krause had char;;e of entertainment. Mr and Mrs Fred Davis of P>urt were Tuesday cvenim; guests at the Everett "Wilhunis. Mrs Martin Wilbcrg accompanied Tida Johannesen of Fairmont and Mrs Anna Presthus of Algona to Mason City Sunday where they saw The Passion Play. Mr and Mrs Rudolph Haaken- sUsd of Garretson, S. D. visited with Seneca relatives and the P. H. Jensens at. Fenton over the weekend. Mrs Haakenstad is the former Minnie Jen.*rn. Mr and Mrs MorRan Tennyson, Jr. of Trumnii, Minn., were ALL-NEW DELUXE whem Sunday guests at the parental Lester Osborn's. Mr and Mrs Ole Pederson spent Saturday with their daughter and husband, the Emil Bleck- wenns. at Feiiton. Mr Bleckwenn has been confined to his home this past week with a very bad cold. Mr and Mrs Fred Erickscn (Susan Bree.se) Algona. are the parents of a baby boy born Nov. 27 St. Ann hospital. The little lad weighed 8 pounds. 11 ounces and will be named Randy Dean. Grandparents are the Lewis Breeses and the Donald Erick- sons. Convenient push button beater ejector eliminate* tugging, prevents messy fingers EXTRA LARGE, FULL-MIX BEATERS ASSURE UNIFORM, EVEN MIXING Greater mixing power for performance of most food mixing tasks Has newly styled design and streamlined beauty Available in White, Chrome Pink, Yellow, and Turquoise .Easy-to-set on-oll' switch and thumb-lip speed control Built-in mixing chart has six settings llanos on the wall; cnrd makes the tout easy to store EAST OF COURTHOUSE CY 4-3265 Where Santa Buys his Quality Gifts ^e^^^^^i^^^^ FREDERICK S & Q HARDWARE The Best Place In Algona To Buy Fine Quality Hardware — At A Savings I Take Bids For New Section Of Highway 18 Bids were taken today, Tuesday, Dec. 13. on the paving of about 14 miles new No. 18 from Britt to Sexton. Included in the bidding will also be the extension of No. 60 to relocated 18 east or Wesley. This is six-tenths of a mile. The letting calls for bids on No. 18 paving from Britt to the Kossuth County nne, a distance i of 8.475 mi., and from east of Sexton to No. GO, a distance of 5.35 mi. Also near Sexton is .8 mi. of paving, widening and resurfacing. If the contracts arc let the work will be done next summer. BOTH Mr and Mrs Frank Knight of near Gladbrook recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They have 7 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. During the last government fiscal year, the Post Office Department leased 544 new buildings worth about $20 million and containing 2 million square feet of floor soace. Roger Lindes Hurt In Car Collision Mr and Mrs Porvi- Linrle of Swea City w.Te two of thr"( persons injuied in an automobile collision one mile south of the East Chain school (north of S\vea City over the Minnesota line). about 11 a.m. last Thursday morning. By a strange quirk of fate, Mr and Mrs Lmde were on Iheir way home from a private airplane trip lo Mexico City. They had landed their plane at the Fairmont airport, and were about 15 miles from home when the acciaenl happened. The plane trip was made without mishap. Most seriously injured was Arthur Johnson, about 55. of East Chain township, who was driving alone in one car. He suffered severe facial lacerations when he was thrown against the windshield. Less seriously injured were Mr and Mrs R. Linde who suffered cuts and bruises. All were brought to Fairmont Community hospital. The Linde car was driven by Rupert Ridge, 75, a Swca City Linde employe. He was going south. > Johnson was going west on a gravel road. First vehicle on the scene was a DcWar Electric company pickup truck from Fairmont, driven by Bob DeWar, accompanied by Don Christiansen of Fairmont. Seeing Johnson was bleeding profusely from facial cuts, they helped him out of nis car into the truck and Christianson hurried to Fairmont. Following the DeWar truck was Don Small, Fairmont plumbing contractor, for whom the De- War company men 'had been working. Mrs Linde was on Hits highway, walkim; lor help. .Small ami DeWar look the Limles to Faii'munl in Small's car-. Linrle appealed lo have some heaf.l injuries, and Mis' Lmde -\vas hi mserl. The Linden were later released, after treatment. Both cars remained upripht. Johnson's machine was in tho diU:h at the southwest corner of the intersection against a utility poll . The Linde c:ar was partially in tlu- ditch. Both .-ars wuie called total losses. Principal damage was to the rich! .side of Johnson's 1955 Chevrolet and to the front of tho 1'I57 Linde Oklsmobilf.-. Leikota Girl To Wed Livermore Youth, Jan. 4 Joann darken, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry darken of Lakota, will become the bride of Don Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann of Livermore, in a ceremony planned for January 4, 1961, at Sacred Heart. Catholic-church in Livermore at 9:30 a.m. (Isaacson Studio foto — UDM Engraving). LAST CALL BEFORE THE CHRISTMAS RUSH! Let Us Clean And Renew Your PARTY DRESSES and FORMALS NOW! Your Wash-n-Wear Casuals, Too, Deserve Our Professional STA-NU CARE Restores That Like-New Drape and Shape. Makes Them Last Longer, Too, and it Costs No More! CALL CY 4-3265 For FREE Pick-up and Delivery WHY FIGHT THE WASH-LINE DURING THE COLD WINTER MONTHS WHEN YOU CAN ENJOY OUR ECONOMICAL COLD WEATHER LAUNDRY SERVICE? ona Launderers & Cleaners When You Think of Jewelry Think of SHARP'S

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