The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 17
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LuVerne Guests Mi Pot-Luck Meat L.iVerr.e -- A pol-luck dinner and r.d-'o", iher in n,,. LuVerne !»\vn hi'll Thui''-:day o'-onin," ho- no-.'d M-iill Cni-ran and son Mike of \'ict,,,-vi!le, Calif., visil- '''" hero for a v,,•(•!:. About M .'•h-iierl 'he court"'-'v. Enlortain- itK M! "/as privies and roeordin/'/- !•'• Merrill Curran which indud- "1 pidiires of hi s father the lalo ..itio Cm ran. long lime resident h'-ro air! known as the poiaio HowiJal Report Mr and Mi--- Lawrence Oher' ; ' hnen aio parents of a six pound, vyen ounce son, Handy, born DC... p) al Hancock Meir.o- lial. hospital. Brill. This gives 'in m a family of. three sons and Mr:; CmorhHhion. H'-dild is the ' late Mr and Mrs 'I. long-time re.si- i nl:-- Mr •r Klsio iter of thi >•.•:• Hcddi lle-e. •: Georgia Smith is now at lent in the Liehly Bldir. after sevora'l 'rsily hospital. Hardware nooks at lov.'a City. Mrs Howard Swansnn and new I'"!.'.V daughler, Kalhy Helen were released Doe. p f,.,,,,, |j., n . cook Memorial hr«--pit:i1 at Brill. Herman Schul/. was released Die. !l from Hancock Memorial hospital at Brilt. However, confined in bed, he is showing signs of improvement "Hormio" was injured earlier in a fall at the LuVerne Co-Op elevator. Ruth Kosenquisl, K. N. O f Manson is as:-,sling her niece Mrs Schul/ with his care. The Chrisimas parly of I ho Ft ioni.lly Neighbor dub' was held Tuesday in the farm home of Mrs K.jymond Loglor. Mrs Wilson Li'gler of. J-'ori Podge was a guest. Mrs Albert Hefti and Mrs Diiano had charge of a Christmas program, followed by games. Mrs Black had ll-.o j-urnri'-v en- mi nl. The Si'U ;i! s:sl"rs re- uaieil Ihi'iaselvos. Gift exchange r,'as lollowed by refreshments. The T'.iesdav dub were guests Dec. 13 ,,f Mrs Albert Genpeh wilh nine members present. A Chrisimas reading was given by Mrs Nonna K. McClaran. Games were in ehar.-c of Mrs Jessie ?••..-!nford. Mrs Ivlwanl Hof and Mrs Earl Noal. A gift oxciianr-o .followed. Mr and Mrs'Clem Stripling entertained their 500 card duh Sa- iurriay evening with four tables in play. High, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsen, Jr., second high. Mr and Mrs Robert Nielsen and travel, Henry Hefty. Guests Sunday in the Mr and Mrs J. O. Cox home wore Mr and Mrs Adrian Frodrickson of Palon and Mrs Darwin Meyer and Jina of Fort Dodge. Sundav visitors in the home of Dr. and Mir, Robert Brainord and f-imily w.i-o his parents Mr and Mr". Harold 'Bramord of Fort .'lork'o. Mrs Km ma Kuhly of Henwiok was a Mondav visitor of tKo Henry Kublvs. H-.- daiuThtor Mr and Mrs Lester Smith went to bring her for the visit. Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schinull had as dinner tmesis Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ilem-y E-" T oilh of Cnur-dc-h'.in", Idaho. They • are visitim.' relative's and friends at The Fred B'ium«arlners visited Mondav in Mason Cifv with his sister Mrs Minnie Dickie. Mr and Mrs A. A. Schinull visited Mrs Anna Matson at. Clarion Sunday. She is an aunt of Mrs Schipull and recovering from a recent car accident. Thov also visited in Goldfield with his brothers. Kudo'f and John Schipull who are convalescing after hoinf nationfs in Mercy hospital, For! n<> r ]ii;. Mr an - v; 'rs Eli Pa^of visitM V/eduosrl-JV in V» r eh,«!l"r Cilv Mr rind M-s M-u-p-i Larson. Mr ;i"H Mrs Fred Lo-v/ of Blue Earth. Mum. wore Fnd'iv guests in 'he Ch.'irles Hlir/. homo. Th'- Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Ol ( " Fichi" 1 '!! was christened Linda Marie Dec. 4 at the Lu- V(-rno Zii.n Ev. Lutheran church vil'h I'-e Rev. Alien PiH<-w official in". Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Paul E'i")e of Estherville. fronds. They wc<-e dinner guests afler the service and a'so Mrs moM'er. v^'io.'l Saturday in Rincsted with JV'S h,-o"v" F..|-d!- '' •<".•' G' 1.'"'" Schinull. Ferdinand, 70, suffered a stroke a'iH was taken t'-'at arternoon to Holy Familv hosnit-'l, FMherviilo Oustave fiO. .<MS a 1 ••"cent nal'^nl at the F!oehos.to.- Minn., nospilal M'' anrj |\1 •« Alh"rl A. S^-hiniiM jiMi.ndcrl a Christpvis '"'ai'ty and (!;,1i) n .M r'i.vw.i. Monday evi'n- in" -I MM.MI.O',!!. T'-e .' ! '.'"H we'-" "i|i'"t" Di>c. v--.ce M'--; Hcfli's pi other Mrs of H'"-"hol'l». Mrs Tester Anderson T'liM-'Vlia ntirl M'S Ji,v, Jlof- ti of !.uY'-'-'u> ivjj- ;i" ( l MI-.- Pel, r- rc-n s'.ovi'c'fi 'pictures (if their re-' Cfllt t'-ii) to Ho -ipyirk. They went in M-IV .'inrl returned in July making {he trip by boat. An an- nun! pnnkie exchanRp followed. Mrs May Stone and Marda spent Sunday in Ames with their son and brother, Donald, who attends Iowa Slate University. Th'--y id tended the Christmas Fe.lival of Mu^ic" produced annually by the I S U department of music fissisterl by the modern Dam. 1 '' dub. Ronald is a member of one of the pal -ticipatiiit; choral oifiatii/alions. All throe wei'o ''mni r (.'.ue.:!s in the home of Mrs (iooi-:',e \V. Ciodfroy und Bertha Slum , i o'lsiiis of Mr Siono. The annual Chrisimas party of the can.iMa dub was held Thursday i veiling in the Fiank CJron- biick home, with husbands as f',ii'.-:-!s. Other f-'iiesl plnyoi-s were Mi and Mrs Harold RiMau, Uidi- ard Werner. Mrs llarolrl Mey.'r and l-'rofl Schneifler. High for men and women, Fr.mk Gron- b.'u-k and Mrs Herman llin/. f,ow, C. O. McCldlan and Mrs Melvin Kuhly. A j^ifi ('Xfh;»nge I'ollo'.vod. Iienny Ray Le^ler arrived Fri- rifi.v for the holiday vacation with his family, (Iv Raymond Leglors. Denny liay is a seco(id year student at the school for deaf at Council Bluff. Mr find Mrs Lloyd KinR of I.' xmflon, iVeb.. were visitors for a week v/iih the W. Raymond Lei;|"r f'imily and Mr and Mi's V.'ihon Lo.'jler at Fort Dodc;e. Mrs Kins is a si;uor of Mrs Wilson Leyjer. They were onroute to Florida to spend the winter. They were all dinner (.jur-sls Sunday in the Wil.'on Lepjer homo at Fort D,-id»o. Mr ;,nd Mrs Frank Gronback visited Wednesday in Sheffield with their daughter, the Dale Braylon family. They went to make (he acquaintance of their new daui'hler, Hoboci-fi Lynn.- They also report (hat six year old Diane Brayton injured last September in a bic-yde accident. making mprovement. She will re-enter kindergarten afler the holidays. The annual Chi'istmas party and f/il'l uxehan"" of the 500 '.-ard dub was held with Mrs Eli Ba.'-jor Tuesdav. i.Jposl nlayors wi.-re Mrs Charles Hin/.. Mrs Er- ri! si Meyer Hn d Mrs Clara Wolf. . A l vlav. ln'"ii. Mr S H,.|iry ]>^,-. ( .,ande and low. Mrs Hin/.. Church Yule Program, Irvinglon — The local Presbyterian church momliors hold their annual Xmas parly Thursday evening. A supper was served followed by a program and then exchange of gifts. A large crowd enjoyed the evening. Mr and Mrs John P. Simon were Sunday dinner guests at home of Mr and Mrs Ed Dits- vvorth. Mrs Marie Frankl, Rita Frank!, Camilla Bormann and Marguerite Hayes drove to Bancroft Thursday evening to attend a shower tor Mary Ann Mulligan. Barrel Davis has enlisted in Army Air Corps- and left Monday for DOS Moines then on to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. on Tuesday where he will be a short while. C. R. Liming Rites Held At Wesley Dec. 15 Wesley Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Doc. 15, at the Blake Funeral Horno for Clarence Ross Liming. 77. He died Monday at Montabdlo, Cat. A retired Carpenter, ho had lived in this aria many yea is ago. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs Rohi'i-t (Boalrice) Snl- livan. Oak Lawn, III., Mrs Charles (Margaret) Mowrv. Forsylho, 111. two grandchildren, four area! grandchildren, two brothers, George of Montabello; Rev. Cliff Liming, Raddil'f: and two si:-tors. Mrs Edna Brown. Decatur, 111. and Mrs Elva Simpson, A!"ona. Burial wis in Evergreen cemetery. Program Presented The Christmas program given by junior high and kindergarten pupils D'. c. H was well received and well attended. Miss Carl', vocal instructor, directed a 2-acl operetta "The King's Chrisimas Carol" with I(j characters and a chorus of 40 voices. Mr Fourhelm directed the junior band in five numbers and Miss Flom presented her kinder- I'.irlen pupils in C-colors. drill entitled their annual Tuesday even- Christmas Parly C.D.A.'s held Christmas parly ing Dec. 13. A program was pro- ponied, by the committee. Colleen Studer, Sally Studcr and Mrs Tobbin presented a 6 act playlet. Marion Youngwirin gave: a reading. Chrisimas in many countries was presented by Agnes Liekleig, Angelina Foertscli. Saily Studer, Phyllis Walker, Viola Loebig, Mrs Tebbin, Elaine Downs. Emma Olson, Helen Koppen, Marion Younywirth, f^Iilclrod Fox Studer. and Colleen Studer, Paulino I'feffer was narrator. A tableau was presented by Viola ' Loebig. Helen Koppen, Emma Olson and Marion Youn^- \yirth. The group sang Christmas songs. An exchange of gifts was held and a lunch served. Sgt. Edward Miltille of For Sill, Okla. came Dc-e. 5 for a 10 day furlough wii'i iiis sister, Mrs Robeit Rockwood and family and with relatives in Corwith. He will leave for service in Germany at the end of his furlough. Mr and Mrs Fred Eden, Mrs Clara Haverly and Audra were Dec. 18 dinner guests in the Hugh Haverly home at Renwick in honor of the latter couple's son's 4th birthday. Mrs Hazel Gerdes left last week for a visit with her daugh- ler, Mrs Richard Mayes and family at El Paso, Texas. Mrs Florence Hanson and Stanley moved Dec. 15 from the Johanna Hansen farm to a Loebig apartment. Mr and Mrs LoRoy Grandgenett had as their Dee. 11 dinner ts Mr find Mrs George ROP- i!i r and son John of Algona and Jack Richter. Harold Wobois will liaxo as their Christmas Day guests Mr ;.nd Mis LcKoy Clrand.m-nott. Mr arid Mis N. P'. Wd..ei ,nifl Mr and Mrs G(())L:P Ruerler and John uf arid son Stanley will I- a\ e |)eci i,il,<.|- 21 for I (ariii'.j;cn Kn id. 'i < : as whore tl'.ey v.-.ll ,p, nd II," hol.d.iys willi their so,! and biotln.-r. Lt. Knssdl Haii.M ,1, his v.-jfi. and daughli-r, lioily. A daughter v^ as born Dec. 11 to Mr and ,'vlis I ion H-mplman al 'ho Britt hospital. Their two sons Mendeth and l.latv.on were eared lor in 111" liom.. of th.e pat« rnal j.'.rand|ja! enl:, Mr and Mrs .). P. Ilauptman. Mr and Mrs Hicse Mai-tin an. Hu maternal grandparents and Mrs Sophia Ifildlnai) i.-: a f,, oalgi andino! li"r. The N'i.i;-,hborlic,od Birthday Club mel v,-ilh Mrs Bob Knnens Thurrlay Doc. if., in honor of I'er hii'Uiday. A was held and which rovcaio( .-islers. (Jliristmas Day dinner guests in the parental Mrs Clara Haverly liome will he Ed Cinks of Woden. Paul Haverlys. Algona. Hugh Haverlys of Konwiok and the Kdine-ih and Dennis Havorly:-; and Audi a llaveny. Mr and Mrs Gayl.-, M. Sfuder attended a Lindsav Christmas pet luck diiric r a gilt < xc-haii;,''.: their mvsterv p.M-tv S.-itnrrl.-iy night, Dec. 17 nl kn Ah:"iia. ' Cl.iivncc Ack-.'i'sons will hold a f.'ui-i saie Thursday, December i'- Joe Lappe will farm I he land I)' •-;' v wcrp Bode '- ;I v'-ar, but Mr and Mrs Ack- '•'' '.'.'111 eiiulj.'HK 1 to OCl'LlpV till' i; • A in j)h"w of .-Ml and Frank ' .' h ;.n<i Mrs Tom Forbuincr ' "i o...n< d lo fin pi H-s'ihood in •: r • . I'-ily. !)• c. ;."). tie i , [ius- H IM. K h. son of Mr and Mrs ' '-n C'eii-h of Forest City, ". '''• '' ii'li d I he coromonv. •' v ^ GI.ICO ?.!a,!in took Sf-ott ''•'!• 'o lu••• home in Ottumwa . ; ' day. He had b'-i-n a guest ' :i|1 home of his sister. Mrs li'ine Simpson. Mrs Martin |T 1 visit in Ottumwa several ' I-'.S. ;imi:er guests Dec. 13 in the • Chloric Simpson home were -- Grace Martin. Mrs L o u i s iiip.-.'in. Mrs Anton Pearscjn, r l-'iank Johnson. Mrs Bob "'••'< i i-." and sons of Garner. Paul McNeill of Algona. i.- Llovd Gerber ef Algona, Mrs i.ne'h Donovan of Spirit Lake, v Art Larson of Buffalo Ceni .-iiul ivlis Stanley Simnson. Mr aiKl Mrs Wallace Donovan SiM.i!! Lake wore dinner guests Mr ;,:,-! Mrs Ball Flom Tuos- Mrs Iv:!her Sl-:r.-.v visited relate,-, .; and friends here several d-iys l,-r:| we. k. She and Mrs Ju'"' Hfn:-en had just returned from Texas where they had .S! '-lit several weeks. Frank Ricidi and Mr and Mrs Il'-rman Bode attended the an- r.iia! meeting of the Rank of C'o'iperalives in Omaha, Nobras- K Docemhcr 11-12. Bodes Kiiesls ol their soli Mark and family. Mrs Clarence Ackctson was brought homo Wednesday horn Si. Ann hospital, Algona. v. here I she had been a patn m '-everal ! weeks. Their daughter. Mr.- Tom j Long of Lone Hock lias 1>< en v. i'.h her father. Mr and Mrs Hiehaid Simpson, who were married Dicemin-r !! at Little Brown Church at Na--- hua are living in the McEnroe house which had been recently I'-pairod and redi.-coi al, d. Mrs Simpson, tile former J'.metla Woil/. is now employed m the Walker Grocery Store. She was honored al a pro-nuptial shower in the Presbyterian church in Hurl Monday evening Di cember 5. and at one hoie in the local Evangelical Free church Tuesday alternoon. December 13. Hichard farms with his father. Stanley Simpson. Tuesday, Dec. 20, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Dt« M(jJn««~S hfi.i spent (-'riday afternoon at the Laurence Bi.-rgm.Tn home. He has b(e n visiting with his parents fit route to Chicago where he been li an--fered. Leli.md is ploy d by the American Air • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Cietus Dorr and Arliss spent Friday evening at St. Benedict helping Ben Dorr celebrate his H.'i ret birthday. Mr and Mrs Joseph Cogley. Algona. Mrs Henry Lampo. and Mrs Laurence Bergman helped Mrs Rose Murphy celebrate her 78!h birthday Tuesday afternoon. Leland Derner, Bohnond, Calif. ALGONA DRY CLEANERS •fMS-W'S s'lft &% ^-«fr«^.a-e*fr8^(^-^ B^-sfiJsrtfft-'sa.-^sRi-WS «« K^^tyVfy^f- The Management and Staff of State Beauty Salon Wish You Ch ristmas Oui- entire staff joins in thanking you for your loyal patronage to us. Our best wishes to you for cs joyous Christmas. June Simpson. May your Christmas be sparkling and bright and its glow fill your home with much happiness and joy this Yuletide. Carol Bleick. May this Holiday Season bring great gladness and peace to you and your loved ones. Have a gay Holiday. Viola Hanson. Stacks and stacks of wonderful wishes we send your way . . . hoping yours is a grand Christmas Holiday. Delrae Kemna. From All Of Us To AH Of You - W e Send Warmth And Friend ly Wishes That This Joyous Christmas Season May Set The S«ne 1 For Many Happy Days To Come. '" STATE BEAUTY Corner of State & Thorington June Simpson, owner and manager CY 4-3127 *^^^ aWJii^i!^^»Anra»fl?B<^&m^B^^ ~,,._,,. _. . _.. .... :—: •—.— Mo Matter What Price There's A Wonderful

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