The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1960
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..» I ft-Algene flo.) Upper Des Molnei Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1960 Burt Bride Is Shower Honoree Burt — Jennctta Wolf/, was honored at a pro-nuptial tnis.ft•!- 1anef)its shower ;it the Presbyterian church Monday evi ning. Judy Wubben had chaige of the guest book. Marijean Carlson, chairman. presented the following pror.rnm: two vocal numbers by Jo Ann Gadc, accompanied by • Drcmmel, Mari.ican honored Joanctta with a re a din;.;. The bride-to-be v.ris as-isfen ir, opening her gifts by Diane Simpson and Judy Mmlir.v. Her sister. Judy Wnbhon pu;n- rd. The honored guest, oei mother. Mrs Willicd \Voltx and 'Jir Kroom-to-be's mother were pre- Kentod with reci rose corsage* by the hostesses. Hostesses were the Merdanios, Marijean Carlson. Phyllis Weiner, Rose McGun-e. Mary Both Hamilton. Shirley Mitchell. June Presthus, Rose' Kraft. Helen Johnson, Ella Stenxel. Eva Shipler, Katherine Hacon. Arlene Marlow. Aleedo Harms. Viola CunninKham. Katherine Kissnor, Ruby Hinckley. Florence Koestler. Wilma Miestrr. Francis Dittmer. Sara Johnson. Helen Steward, Francis Smith. Btilah Davis, and Hilma Carlson. Miss Woltz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Woltz, Burt, became the bride of Richard Simpson, son of Mr and Mrs Stanley Simpson, Wesley, at the Little Brown Church at Nashua Friday Dec. 9. To Wed Dec. 17 Wilma Wirtz, Ames, was guest of honor at\a prc-nuptial shower held at the Methodist church Saturday evening. The many guests present were registered by aJnice Abbas. Mrs Lillian Lavrenz was in charge of the following program: a reading by Janice Abbas; two piano selections oy Judy Spry; a "Hat Parade" by the hostesses with Lillian Lavrenz, thp nar-. rator. Wilma was assisted in opening her gifts by Marjorie Orr, Mrs Cliff Abbas and Janice and Ann Lavrenz, Mrs Wirtz poured. Wilma Whiz, daughter -of Mr and Mrs Walter Wirtz, Madrid, will become the bride of Eugene Steward, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Steward at the First Methodist church in Madrid Dec. 17. Hostesses for the shower were the Mesdames — Cliff Abbas, Richard Lavrenz, Larry Holding, Jessie Rash, Al Hinckley, Harold Steward, Bill Batl, Lee Dixon, George Becker, Melvin Johnson, Jack Gettman, Art Leason, Isobel Sabin, Wallace Hawcott, Florence Bagby, Ea Abbas, Melvin Abbas, Cecil Steward, and the Misses Alvina Hassc, Marjorie .Orr and Karen Steward. ing at the George Wolcott home. Pocaiiontas, Friday evening. Mrs Olive Alo,,'ie left Monday to visit at the home of IIIT daughter, the Ivonaid Schmidts, at Bode. Mr and Mr-- J L. MiP.ei. Mr and Mrs Laiiy TOarn.s. Mr and Mrs Mi-Kin Jolm-on. Bill Madson. Jr.. Bobby and (.'arnlyn were' ri mom; the 3"0 per.-ons pi>'.-< nt at the annual Chii-'mas paiiy give n by tbi' Fcleo Feed Co. at the Plantation a! Whitternor e. The group i nmyceT a Smorgasbord dinner anil the program that followed. Bobby and Carolyn appeared in the program. M'-'damos Don MJ!< hell. Klsie Lockwood. Chanes Scott ami Jairi'-i C'lirisli'iisen attended ;he o))en house ChrMma: Fair at the Good Hope Lutherm C'hutch. Titonka. Thursday a r ternoon. Nel'.e Drernmel wa: (!'.'• honored ).'iles! at her home Tuesday V-|H n telephone nei'sonnel i;alh- ered to help observe her birthday anniversary. Piemen) besides Nelle were Gi.'rtrude Acker-man, Opal Waltrnan. Anne Hiemers. Daretta Abbas and Jean Lockwood. The gro'ip also enjoyed a Christmas "jfl t-xfhange. Mrs Ray Divmmei was hostess to members of uie Burt Woman's club at her home Dec. 12. Helen Smith read the "Legend of the Christmas Candle." Several club members conducted a candlelight worship service. Fifteen members ot tho Past Matron's Club were present to enjoy their annual Ch'ristmas party which was held at the -mine of Lillian Fredriekson Thursday afternoon. Lefie Mc- VTullen was in charge of the entertainment and Gladys Hawcott lad charge of the gift exchange. Assisting Mrs Fredriekson as hostesses were Beth Miller and ladys Hawcott. Mrs Mawdsley'r young people's Sunday 'School class sponsored an rnspiiational "Christinas Sing spiration" at 'he church Sunday evening. The Lone Rock young people as we'll as many from But t enjoyed the mic-tmi'.. Mrnibe:', ,,! 'she T.N T. C|;ib mi I at thi' home of I'.i-mta Mitel;i 11 for lune'-ieon TLII . clay ho- I noring lur Imthday aiimvei sary. Lori'Ha Ijichier and Maiy Jean Andrews v.'eie ho-tes.-<s. Ft ulay the ,-arne moup honored Lillian )-'i i-f!r icksoii for hi r birthday an- ni\'er.-ary. Hf.sti .-^es for that Inn- cheon Friday uerc Beth Miller and Benita Mitehi II. The membi rs of the IT & I Circle will meet Dec. i.'3 at the home ol Ruth Patterson for a 12:30 pot j lii' 1 !: Christmas- luncheon. Over JaO people attended the grand opening of the M. it D Auto Service Saturday. Door pri/es wete won bv Wilbm Bocckholt, M. O. Richards and Fi amis Krpekling.t Marshal Walter Steward entered Mercy hospital. Mason City, Friday where he mideiwent sur- f;ery oh his eye. Mr and Mrs Dairell Davis are parents of a ^on. i.eonard I/''. born at St. Ann hospital. 'Ill 1 grandparents for the first tune are Mr and Mrs Dairell McFarland and Mr and :\1rs Fred Davis. Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland and Mr and Mrs O. A. Campncy are Leonard L(-e's great-grandpa rents. Santa Clans will be in Burt Dec. 17 with Treats and entertainment for the youngsters in the Burl area. The Methodist Church circles have scheduled their annual Christmas meetings nnd parties. Francis circle will meet at. the Fred Hilton home for a pot luck supper with their husbands as guests. There will also be a giU exchange. Ada circle will meet Dec. 13 with Marie Parsons, Eth- el Smith assisting hostess. They will have 25c gift exchange and 2">c cash toward, circle project. Stella circle- will meet at the home of Gcnevievo Graham and the Lydia circle will meet at the hi-me of LU."ITU Soderbcri;. • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch tnv \v;i<--. Si.une of the members ivc'-ivi.'tl secret sister gifts! The ?"(•!"''( sisters were revealed and ni \v secret sisters drawn for next ye;ir. Mrs Robert McKim was f^iven a going away gift. The iT'\t- meeting will he held Jan. 12 nt tho homo of Mrs Miko .\rend in Algona. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young had lunch with Mrs Young's mo- 'her, Mrs Mary Kain,' in Algona, Wednesday. Mrs Kain left Thursday afternoon for San Antonio, Texas, where she will spend a part of the winter with her daughter, Mary Kain. Her daut>h- 1>•:• and son-in-law Mr and Mrs Joe Loo ha i'h of Whittemnro accompanied h'T and will also pend a few days in San Antonio visiting Mary Kain. Mr- and Mrs Robert McKain will soon be leaving Portland. They are moving down near West Rend on a iiinn owned by Dr. Borweiler. Mr and Mrs Roy Clark of Mason City, called at. the Ray Fitch home, Thursday morning. "Truth hands a fiction." has few only times to to ohangr- become The Four Corner Social Club of Portland held their annual family Christmas dinner Dec. 6 at noon. Those attending the dinner were the Verio Nelsons, Lloyd Bartletts and two of their grandchildren, tho Glen Larsens. Hollo Moores. Bernard Phelps and grandpa (Chas.) Phelps, the Wilbur Spears.. Victor Fitchs, Donald Ringsdorf. Levant Moore find Virginia, Mrs Tinsel Carroll, Mrs Herman Harms, Harold and Mii;s Leona Haase. The afternoon was spent visiting. The next meeting will be neld Jan. 3 at the home Of Mrs Herbert Nelson, Lone Rock. Herman Harms was sick with the stomach flu Tuesday. The Portland Social Club held their annual Christmas luncheon Dec. 8 at the home of Mrs Robert McKim. Fifteen members were present for the luncheon. Mrs McKim, Mrs Ben Lampe. El- vira Christensen and- Mrs Ray Fitch were hostesses. There was a one dollar gift exchange and each brought a toy. a game was played, each to guess what the PANSIES Mrs Leonn Downie of Elknder has the proof that the weather is unusual this year. In the middle of November she picked pnnsies at her home. They were growing beautifully at the northwest corner of her house. LET'S JOIN THE KIWANIANS IN THEIR CHRISTMAS DECORATION CONTEST ! HELP MAKE ALGONA BEAUTIFUL BY DECORATING THE OUTSIDE OF YOUR HOME THIS CHRISTMAS For lawns and rooftops, we have masonite boards with beautiful designs of reindeer, Santa Claus, choir boys and other suitable holiday themes. Give your home Christmas cheer — get your lawn decorations from BRONSON'S BUILDING SERVICE. BRONSON Building Service CY 4-4369 North of Chrome Algona »>»$;•»#& $:io^.$aa^^$;^^^ For The Gilt That's DIFFERENT TRY CARSON'S THE ONLY GIFT SHOP OF ITS KIND IN NORTH CENTRAL iOWA STOP AND BROWSf AROUND YOU'RE WElCOMt I WPDDING & ANNIVERSARY DECORATED PLATES For Nrwlywxh, tho 25»h or 50th, or ony limiloi occasion. °' CARSON mi Color for Giftn Shrto Sf. ALGONA *Y 4-3737 •-The Best\]Way To A Man's Heart On Christmas Day Is Through ZENDER'S Front Door -- SLIPPER SOX by Jerks Christmas Parly St. John's Ladies Aid met at the church Thursday for their annual Christmas party. About SO members and gi^ests were present to enjoy the Christmas tree and other beautiful Christmas decorations. A brief business meeting was held in which the members voted to send $10 as a Christmas gift to the Bethesda Home, Watertown, Wis. also to send the special collection taken at the meet-- ing to the Lutheran Home Finding Society in Fort Dodge. Following the meeting each person was given half a Christinas card which she matched with the other half on a Christmas package which became her gift. All joined in singing Christmas carols. Christmas cookies and coffee were served by the hostesses. Several 111 Illness lias been prevalent in many homes in the Burt area. Many have been ill with the flu Several have been taken to hospitals for various reasons. Mrs G. O. McFarland is a patient at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, for observation and treatment. Patients at St. Ann hospital are Mrs Goodwin Bergerud and L. K. Daniels. Herman SchrocuVr is still confined to Merry hospital, Mason City, where he submitted to major surgery Thanksgiving Day. Grover Giddin^s look' Jack Nauman back to his home in Augustas, Wise. Saturday after a visit with Burt relatives and friends. Burt Community School personnel and their spouses enjoyed their annual Christmas dinner and parly at Van's Cafe Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Roger Wolcott and daughter, Peqout Lakes, Minn., were weekend guests at the Frank Tellier home. Rev. and Mrs Fred Samek accompanied by Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman, Titonka, joined other Spencer district ministers and Wives at Spencer, for their annual Christmas dinner and party lyuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Frank Tellier attended a Wolcolt ramily gather- I^SOX By Jerks » ROBES by Regal $r^-c*&c^*^&^«&^i^^ SLIPPERS by Jung » SCARFS by Regal ^•K>«^^»^>?'fry««^^£c^-yft<ga'«&«i^^ MAKE ZENDER'S YOUR SPORT SHIRTS by Arrow & Puritan HANDKERCHIEFS by Arroio SMALL PARTS CABINETS for home or office, Upper Pes Pub. Co., AJgona. 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