The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 20, 1960
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M 2- Algona (la.) Upper De« Maine* Tuesday, Dec. 20, 1960 ^?ic'<e»~;s?£5;;. ^f'^^-r**-^'-*''^ J&tii FARMERS ELEVATOR 419 S. Philips Algona, la. I r. \ : It 'I : IS • P. f : f t. i F i : e i. r V*Sf*SHW**t^«i^ Wishing You A ... Gay Happy Jolly Jo vial Lively Frisky Gleeful Jubilant Mirthful Sportive Boisterous Loot-Laden Merry Christmas And Happy New Year FROM THE WHOLE FORCE AT KOSSUTH TOR CO. , Sogthwost of the Courthouse Algona th Linda Koppen Crowned Lakota H-Coming Queen Lakota - A lart;e erov.-d was pi'-sctit for Homecoming activities Friday evening at the Lakota hi!:h school. Robert Hamilton was v-v,\. tei of ceremonies for the irowmnj; of Hie queen, Linda Koppen. Ronald Spear and Mieh.-jcl I'. rolled out the white c;npet for the queen candidi'li's !« walk flown tie gym floor. AUi-e Ciar- ken. .Janice Thompson and I yl Rae Anderson were i queen candidate-. Dann.v and Rhonda Sieper c.n-ried ciown and the bouquet of flowers for the queen. Miss Koppen was presented with the flower: by John Cordes and Ivan Sunde. representatives of the boys baskciball team. Linda is a cheerleader and is active in both vocal and instrumental music. . t .j Virgil Barrett of Schleswig won the pri/.e for the greatest distance and Ethel Hans was the oldest graduate to register. Slie was a graduate or the class of 1922. The alumni were served lunch and many enjoyed the dance which was held in the old assembly hull. Newlyweds Honored A reception lor Mr and Mrs Edwin Sten/.ei, Cedar Rapids, was held at St. Paul's Lutheran parish hall Sunday at 2 p.m. They were married' a week ago at Cedar Rapids. Mi the son of Mr «nd Stenzel of Lakota. The reception- was sponsored by the groom's parents, his sister, Helen and brother. Alfred. Rev. La Verne R. Meinecke was master of ceremonies. A program was given. Coffee was poured by Mrs Harold Middelstadt ot Guckcen, Minn. :md Mrs Rudy Sypher of Blue Earth, Minn. The gifts were in charge of Mrs Marvin Eoeltcher, Marilyn and Margaret, Melvin and Mervill Boettcher of Blue Earth, Minn. The guest book was in charge of Ted Van Hove. A group of ladies from the church served the reception. Mr and Mrs Stenzel will make their home at Cedar Rapids. Garden Club Elects The Lakota Garden Club met with Mrs I. G. Groff Dec. 7. The following officers elected for 1961 are: President, Mrs Raymond Herl/l;e: vice-president, Mrs 1. G. Groff; .secretary and treasurer, Mrs Jake Peterson, Sr.; corresponding secretary, Viola Huettner; librarian, V e r a Uue-tlner; and publicity chairman, Mrs LaVerna R. Menocke. The Christmas project of the club was the filling of cone trees for the Woodward School. The project for 1901 will be the planting of the Highway triangles at the entrance of Lakota. Stenzel is Mrs Huso The Lutheran Brotherhood of St. Paul's Lutheran church met Wednesday evening for their annual Christmas party. After a period of meditation and carol sinking the movie "The Guiding Slur" was shown. Lunch was served by the committee of men in the parish hall. The wives of the brotherhood members were uiests. Instead of a gift exchange a free will offering was given for the Crippled Child)en's School at Jamestown. The Christmas pageant of the Lakota School w;il be presented by the grades G through 12 Dee. 20 at 8 p.m. in the Lakota gymnasium. The pageant is under the direction of Mrs Don Christ, vocal music instructor. Mrs Kobet t Thompson attended 'ne bndal vhown Sunday at- U i noon for her cousin Hai bai a \\esM.ndoii u! TiionKa at the home ol Ali.s EiMei lieerdes in li'olika. 1 ne Lak Uoj Seouts met Monday e\enm;;. Tin- business merlin;-! \\as conducted by bvjout- !iia.-.lei Ciolilleo K.cilei. It was ,i:',ii<umcecl tlial tl.e Scouts made b-!l.i4 from the sale of Christ- ina.i v., realhs Scouts present were Ui uee Aleiuer, Uean Kop- |:eti, Paul Kiu.<-.:, i\h;.-iv Hamilton. Li'j'.ene I'auh.on, e<aiv /viuiiioun iiiu'l Virgil Lewis. Ab,; \V. C. Vodraska ar.d Mis I. G. Groff went to Woodward Thursday to deliver gilt--- and candy trees to the Stale hospital thcie from the LaivOul e<ai..leii I'lllLi Since both New Years Day and Christmas !)ay occur on Siinday tin.-, year, Lakota stores and bu.u- ness \vill t: ;.-;o be closed Monday, Dec. 2U, and Jan. '2 all day. As usual, the stores will also eloie at 5 p.m. Dec. 24 for Christmas eve but will be open until 10 Dec. 23 insleaci. Two programs will be presented in the Lutheran church Christmas eve. The first, at 1 p.m., will feature members of the Sunday School and choir and the second will be held .at 11:113 p.m. Christinas morning, at 9:30 a.m.. a Christmas communion service will be featured at the church. Committee in charge of the evening were Mrs Joe Sinnwcll, Margaret Rcidmiller, Mrs Ed McGuire, Mrs Ted Hilbert, Mrs Martin Fridors. Mrs frank Rod- ii,;:. Mrs K. M. Gales, Mrs Maurice Reding. Mrs Ed Beeson, l.'ieille Ilk;, Mrs Reinald Salz, Mis Henry Thilges, Mrs John B. l!> dir.c. Mrs Adeline Wagner and l\l:s Mary Kayser. Fro-Nuptial Shower .loann darken, daughter of Mr ; :id Mrs Henry Ciarken of Lako'- ta will be honored at a pre-nup- tinl shower in St, Joseph's hall Dec. 18. Miss Ciarken will be the bride of Donald Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs ?eter Bormann of here on Wednesday January 4th in Sacred Heart Church in Livermore. Miss Ciarken, a graduate of Twin Rivers in Bode is employed as secretary in Twin Rivers School office and Mr Bormann, a St. Joseph's High School graduate is in engaged in farming litre with his father. Mrs Thul Hostess Mrs John Thul entertained her k Xmcss Party At Si Joe Held By C D. A. Chapter St. Joe — C. D. of A. held its annual Christmas parly Dec. 14. A 6 o'clock pot luck dinner preceded the regular meeting. Grand Regent Mary Jane Origer presided at the meeting with the, Retarded Childrens Council of Kossuth County given $35 dollars and gifts to the pastor, Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. St. Francis Sisters, St. Monica's Home in Sioux City and the home at Woodard. Group singing of Christmas and happiness throughout the year Ron Mock, Mgr. Dorothy Bernau Chris Cook Ken Frideres June Hansen Kalherine Lashbrook Bernice Pergande Lucille Nctvoichick Mildred Putz Ron Bitz Grace Diekmann Alvira Haase Joe Heinen Shirley Schultz K^.»^o^$'fe^-&i»-5to-»^^^.^ Five Hundred Club on Thursday afternoon with Mrs M i I f o r d Plathe as guest. Prizes in cards were awarded to Mrs Joe Sinn- well, Mrs Milford Plathc and Mrs William B. Devine. The club will be entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs Anton Becker We wish you, your family and our many friends the traditional joys of an old- fashioned Christmas. 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