The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 18
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Good May the glory of the first Yule shine like the star of Bethlehem in your hearts. WILTGEN JEWELERS OF ALGONA & EMMETSBURG •J^ra-saaJaa^aaJSia^ * MERRY Accept our warmest greeting for this Holiday season. And thank you for your many courtesies. Mergen & Webster Painters & Decorators Algona ^•.^•iSV.iSviWy- W vixiiis>n>is/<t&&& s^s^ i e^*ia^^ Merry Christmas and good wishes to everyone in every land. BROWN bili SHOE STORE ALGONA IOWA I—Atgona (la.) Upper Des Moin« Tuesday, Dec. 20, 1960 Fenlon Women Go Caroling For 2 Hours Fenton Fnliowiiv..; a two hour carolim: pm.L,<ram in the town and country, numbers of the Town and (Y.imly Womans Chib met in t.'u- horn.' of Mrs ! C'! irence Va.'j'v. Monday eveiM 1 for tl.eir rr.-^i'.ir In:'.'in-;> tnvt im;. .'Vsi-lin-: hc:;!e«v..; we> Mrs Charles Feyc a;rl M'< F'o P 1 ' w. Mr Derwo.vl Vui'.'.l \\-:\ Mr and Mrs Du3~e Vv'idrlo! ;r d family have ir.o-. ."! int'> Hie house tlicy recently nnrcha •;<•••! i'ro-n Henry I,:nr.!s"v. Mr ;;nd M •.-; I)enn ; s Lon" of KsMiervillo IMVO purchase.'! the hrr.n.-c own< 1 'n- St John's Lutheran ehurch. whore the Widclel I'.nnily lias been living. Members of the Sontral Schooi board and teaching staff with their guests had liieir annual Christmas dinner at Van's Catc. Algona, on Monday evening. Following the dinner. Jerry McMullen, coach at Lakola high school, who had atteiukd the sumir.ei Olympic Kami s in Home. si?oki' and showed slides of his trip. A parly honoi-mg Lyneile out Unileiwood on Her -iin biriluiay i.'.nniversary was iickl tjauirtluy, December 1(J a 1 , tlie home ot nui giandparems, tae Aiuert iViit- cr.ells in i'enlon. C.jLie,-,is were Mrs Darel Unclerwooct and Deu- bie 01 Cylinder, ivirs James l'ies- lon, Twila and Dallas ot bwea City, Mrs Vic Dreyer, Vickie and Deobic of Lone HOCK, Mrs Glen Flint, Itobm, Itenee, lUionda 01 Kingsted, Mrs Duane L^-o, Karen and tineryl of Lone KOCK, Mrs JNylcs Heggen and David ot Estherville, Mrs Duane Habeyer Kirslen and Santlra of Lone Hock, Mrs Paul /umach, Debbie and Pamela, and Mrs Morris Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Fred Eckhart and son Tommy of Hurn- boldt spent Sunday in the Carl Veer Jr. home at .Rochester, Minn. Pamela Weisbrod will arrive home Tuesday to spend the Holidays in the Dale V/eisrjiod home. I'ani attends lYluiniiiysidc Collude at Sioux City. Mrs S. E. Siraley was hostess to the Maxine Circle in her home Wednesday alit-rnoon. A:;s:s.Hn;.; hostesses were M.- a iielc-n Vvidi'.el and Mrs Art Kaaric,;. Mrs L'u- gene 1-luskamp was m charge ol the devotions and Mrs Kay SUie- bcr presented the lesson. T\ve:ily members and three guests, Mrs Robert Burk'^ren. Mrs Clayton Wolfe and Mrs Harvey Walker were present for the moetm.';. Mr and Mrs Roolf Miller wore Friday evening guests in tne Paul Winter home at Lakola. To Represent Wafkms Farm FenJon — Fred Morlensen and Dennis Long of Fenton drove to Winona, Minn, last Thursday v.'h.en- they tcmrec* the aVVtkins Co. plant ar.d jjicked up suppl.e.-, Fred has a lei ntory of five townships in Emmet county and also Seneca Uvp and Dennis has a Palo Alto county territory <>>' three townships plus Burt twp. m Kossuth county for the company. Tuesday, Dec. 2u ---JMiV carol ing. Wednesday. !>.-. 2! — Chr'sl mas Cantata at S.-r.tral Sj^ci;;! Fnday, r.'C.v ±\ ••- U.h jivi.si r ;ro-jn-m a'. S:. ..f;i n's L:-.thcM ar ci'.urch, De'^-"-\v: Cl'risli:!?^ pro- rrram at Bla!:j,:r Lu I !i or arch nvch. S.itindav. P:-. "} .. - ••(•:- Otto Borchardt Succumbs ervices Set Club numbers broii'il-.t <:'>('. hr-:"x | to be sent to \\ r i:.imva; d. lardl. we!, hr.uwn I''ent-)'i !,inner, died late Saturday evening (Dec. 17) ;it liie icily Family Hospital, at C-'ti.' 1 ! ville. !!<• ha. i |-;c-eii ill about a month with a heart condition Mr L'xirihardt has lived in the Fe.nun cummunuy nearly all hi.; adult years, lie has been an active eiti.icn in the eommnnny. in- was presently serv.ng as a deacon in St. John's Lutheian, president of the FenVon Co-Op Ele valor and previously had served for many years on the local school board. Otto Julius rsorchardl wa: born S'-pt. 17, KVlb. in Germany, the son of Albeit and Emily Bor- chardl. lie came tu America in Ii!y2. He received his educalion at Hurt and at Highland Park Collcgi.'. Ues Moines. June 17, 1914 lie was united in marriage to Rosa .Vluelier of Fen- Surviving Mr Borchardl is his wife, five ehiklien, Leona, Mrs Walter Lock of Elmhurst, 111.; Ervin of rural Fenton; Verdell. Mrs Kenneth Neitzel of Fort Dodge; Virgil ot rural Fenton; and Yvonne, Mrs Larry Beckley of Lewisvilie. Minn. One son is deceased. There are )3 surviving grandchildren, three b: others, Max of Portland, Oie., Roinhardi of East Chain, Minn., Hicnard of Fenton, 2 sisters Mrs Emil Kraft, Lone Rock and Mrs Sol ma Laabs, Fairmont. Services will be Wednesday at •1'30 at the home and at 2 p.m. at St. John's • Lutheran chur'ch. Burial in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery. ft,-v. W. II. Frieclricn officiating. Thomas F u n e r a 1 Home is charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be Ben Eerke- land, Curtis Lura, Paul Voigt, Hans Baaso, Clarence Osborn and Wilfred Bieisiedt. Elsewhei-i.- on tliese pages is a Card of Thanks from Mr Bor- chardl. It was fi:-,v.' of his la-.! requests that such a card he inserted to show his appreciation. His sudden and fatal attack followed. We know your Sanfa won't get stuck in the chimney, but will arrive with all the packages of joy that make the Yuletide a time to remember forever. BEAtliY £HDP L-sc; PcMit - Fsnton Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber were Sllililiij l-Vl'll.ilf.', UinniT gUCSlS 1)1 nit- home 01 jiii's iM.s.e Ki-cd in i .'.l.^onu. Tne btoi-ui-is aliendeil in' Lnnsuiias CnnctTt ai tne Hi., -liuMls; CllllUTi lit tne ufter- noun. Mr and Mrs Frank McFail, Mr ai'.n Airs lu'x Vvo:ie, Mi and iVUs uinaril Hu.scn i-.uii iWiuyon, ana Mrs Jennie Armstrong, tne lauer 01 \VU11S, iVlillil., am'tHied ti.C. U.ni'lal 01 Mia i. U. ivu-i'all at Ci ciar Kiipius Saturday aiier- luion. IVns McFail was a sisier- in-law 'to Frank iVkFall, Mrs v\ipiic, and Mrs Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Frank McFail and t.iL' Hu.-.ei,es letmiv.'d home bunctay al'UT visiting in the Herbeit Wic- ske home. Dr. aad Mrs E. W. Kuske wore Sunday dinner guests in tne homo of Mrs Lillian Olson at Spencer. Last >veckend guests in the Lylo Bassetl home at Mil ford v.-cio Mr and Mrs Franx McFail. Sunday afternoon Christmas party was held in (lie home of Mrs Amanda Kern with Mr and Mrs Dean Nellie of Fort Dodfie. Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern and family of Alyona. Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern and I'hylis of F.stherville, Mrs Marvin Grulhke ;md children of Superior. Mr and Mis Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys. in t!u- Solemn High Mass to be otfou'd at niidni{;ht in St. Michael's Cnurcn at Whitiernore. fie will sing th'c gojpU of the Mass and preach the sermon. His many friend? are invited to be present lor the Mass. Sentral To Host Girls Sectional FenJon — Supt. D. G. Keoppel of Seniral school was notified last week '!iat Senlral will play host to a girls sectional basketball tournament, Feb. 13-14-16 and 18. Teams to compete are Armstrong. Burt, Cylinder, Ringsted, Rodman, West Bend, Sen- iral and Whiitemore. Maurice Krause h Ordained Last. October, Maurice Krause \vvs ordained a Deacon at St. Bernard's Seminary in Dubuque. It is his privilege to preach the '-',ospel and to baptize. He will be priest in«May 1961. Deacon May the holiday season be iilhd to overflowing wiih happy hours and joy and good will fill your days. Martin & Bill Hanl-lman .. . ;•' Uiv'v (. '.ir : sf!'"v, p;n -rari at S; ' .'o'in's L-.i'.J. e:\rn c!.i;n.h, I'enlon. | to read and sv\v. but not ab.vays .o write. YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE DES MOINES FOR CHRISTMAS Samt old song, but always now — Merry Christmas — to all of you! FENTON, IOWA' ansen's Standard Service Fenton Stores Open 3 Nights Fenton — Fenton Community club announces Fenton stores will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights of this week. They will close at 5 p.m. on Christmas eve ;;:m New Year's eve. All business places will be closed on Monday following As you observe Christmas with those dear and near to you, rejoice anew at the eternal glory and beauty of His birth and all it means to men everywhere. MATTHIESEN Your Fsnion DaKalb Dealer Christmas and Now Year's days. CARD OF THANKS I wish to take Ihis means ol thanking a 1 1 my neigitbors, friends and relatives for all lite cards, gifts, flowers, and food 1 received during my slay at llu hospital, and also to Ke'v. Fried rich and Drs. Hugo and Clare Lindholm and to Sisters and Nurses at Holy Family Hospital. Mrs Norman Finneslad f>l' CARD OF THANKS A sincere 'thank you' lo friends and relatives who have remembered me with cards, visits and prayers during my illness. Olio Borciundl 51* I! With Santa we send to all our many friends in this community our greetings and wishes for a merry Christmas. SERVICE CO. C. F. Yag-r — W. V. 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