The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 20, 1960
Page 19
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December 20, 1960 «!(^^ T i n n u u F (iRMT JOY May true happiness be yours At Christmastime. CHARLIE'S D • X FENTON !lkiMIJr«Cllr«^e!A-e^ir(^-«^«^^ T&& HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL! FENTON DRUG CO. Paul and Elsie Eigler MERRY HR |STMAS PETERSEN FURNITURE FENTON ftaR&QlttH&ilfratit&f&a!^^ FENTON Co-Op Elevator Seneca Groups Xmas Parties Seneca — The Seneca Progressive Farmeis 4-H club held their Chrislmns parly Monday evening, Dec. 12 al lhc home ol James Bergum. During the business meeting the group made- final plans for the Christmas caroling parly which will be held Doc. 20. Meelings from now until May will be hold on the second Wednesday of each month. Plans were made for parents night to be held Jan. 11 al the Seneca school. James Bergum gave a talk and a dcmonstralion was given by Loren Menz. The group had a Christinas gifl exchange following Ihe mecling. They also remembered their leaders with a gifl. Christmas Parly The blanker vVomans Missionary Jreaerauon iiuio meir i^nnsi- rmi.i party al me LiUnieian parsonage ui. Armstrong, wuii pus- lor und Mrs Dawu vigeii as hosts, 'inc meeting openeu wuu devotions by pasior vigeu. Mrs i- reu jonannuotja had charge of the program, vocai selections by Pasior and Mrs Vigen, a saw solo by MIS leu Jensen, piano soio by Mrs Jonn Jonannesen, group singing, ana narraiion by Mrs i-red uohan- nesen. The program was closeci witn a selecuon by Mrs Henry Looft. Christen Twins Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg attended christening services ai me Lucneran cnurcu ai Fairmont bunday lor their twin grandsons, Bryan Martin and Mant Kicnara, sons oi tne Donald Wil.oergs, i ( airmonl. Sponsers wfere Dloyd Wilberg, Minneapolis, Lois Wiloerg, iMorthfield, Minn., Mrs A. z^eiu of Fairmont, Jerry Wilberg, JJe- lano Bergman of Fairmont, and Mr Wcisman of b'wea City. The grandparents, Die Ernest Zeilz of Fairmont, enlertaincd relatives and friends at dinner at their home in honor of the occasion. Guests in addition to tiiose previously named included the babies' great-grandmother Zeitz, also of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg and family of Esthervillc, and Tilda Johannesen of Fairmont und Mr and Mrs Marlin Wilberg and Bob. Exchange Gifls The Seneca Modern Mixers Club held their Christmas party Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Henry Looft. All the members were present and joined in singing Christmas carols and exchanging gifts. They also brought gifls for a children's home al Council Bluffs and voted a monelary S tit lo the Lutheran Home Finding Society al Fort Dodge. Plans were made for Ihe January and February parties for husbands of the members. Honored birthday members were Mrs Roy Ilmz and Mrs Ted Jensen. Mrs Herbert Kratise had charge of cnlerlainmenl. Mr and Mrs Fred Davis of Burl were Tuesday evening giiesls at the Everett Wilhams. Mr and Mrs Cassie Klocko drove lo Pomeroy S a I u r d a y where they attended the funeral of the former's aunt, Mrs Gretchie Haltorg. Mr and Mrs Piobcrl Ben/in, Joan and Kalhy tefl Friday for Joliel, 111. where they will visit with his parents, the Robert Ben- zms, Sr., also brothers and sisters. Hotter y The Upper 0** Meln«t Publishing to., Alfend, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVIRSON N«w« Editor We extend to all our friends greeting* of the ieason. May you find /rue happiness. FRIENDLY TAVERN Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch art- driving to Burlington to brmr the kilter's mother, Mrs Franci- Foley back with them lor lhc Chri:;lrnas holidays. She wil; spend two weeks here. Mr and Mrs Hi-my Looft drove lo Des Moini s Sunday whcii they attended the christening oi their grandson, Jeffrey David, son of the Dick Loofts. Sponsi-r- wore Jack Looft of Roches!i i. Minn, and Dr. Robert of Oregon. Wise, by prox;, Others present al Hie service nud lhc dinner which was held at tin- Looft home following the servn•<• v/cre the maternal grandparents, the Milton Wischolfs, of Oregon. Wise., and Mrs Edith Anders, m of Des Moines. Former Fenton Lady Passes On West Coast Fenton — Relatives in I his area received word of Mrs Carl Game-It's death ai Kenncwick. Washinglon. For the past two years she had made her home there with her son, Wayne Yager. Mrs Garnr-tl was born Irene Wcisbrocl, Ihe yotmgesl of four sons and four daughters born lo Mr and Mrs Jacob Weisbrod Jr., of Fenton. She graduated from the high school in Fenton and on Dec. 10, 1919, was married to Roscoe Yager. About 1928 they moved lo Yakima, Wash., where Yager died in 1942. In 1953 she married Carl Garnell who died three years Inlet. Survivors besides her son Wa- yne include her daughter, Mrs Henry Davenport oi tfaKima, lour giauucniHiien; two sisu-is, MIS Jonn Hanney oi tJcacn, Ciilii., ivn.s JOIIH L,igia ol i.'ca- ion, ana a o/oiner uiarence ol liiii^sieu. Muiiai was Saturday al filma, WJ..SD. Mr and Mrs Stanley Jensen and gins of Uing.sieu and Mr and Airs Kenneth imiver.son auendeci ii:'-- Cniisimas program ol Waldorf College Saturday evening at l-ou'.si Cay. Lsaioaia ilaiveison, WIHJ is attending school in Minneapolis, nua gone lo l-orest C-lly iiom Minneapoii.s on Friday to visit wan her inenus at tne college, returned to Foiuon with hei parents. Mrs Helen Widdel has gone lo Coit-sbuig, Iowa where she is helping to' care lor an aunt. busan Hanielman, student nurse at Abbott Hospital in Minneapolis, arrived home this weekend io spend the holidays with her parenls. the William Hanlelmans. Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbroa left recently to spend the winter months at Long Beach, Calif. The Carl Priebes have also returned to their winter home at Fort Meyers. Florida. Several othei 1'enion families will be leaving lor Ihe warmer climates after Ihe holidays. Mrs Edwin Peter, Sylvan Grove, Kansas, has been a recent guest of her mother, Mrs Anna Meyer, and her sister, Elsie Meyer. Mrs Peter accompanied her neighbors. Mr and Mrs Raymond Eckelman to Iowa. The Eckel- mans were guests of their son and daughter-in-urw, the Rev. and Mrs Robert Eckelman, at Ihe parsonage of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville. Rev. Eckelman. who is St. Luke's new pastor, was ordained in his home church at Sylvan Grove by the Rev. Peter. Mr and Mrs Jerry Waile and daughlcr of Manhattan. Kansas, plan lo arrive Tuesday evening to spend the holidays in the parental John Waile and Walter Wegener homes. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividendi INCOME TAX REPORTS MADE OUT FOR YOU C. O. BAILEY SENECA LONE ROCK PHONE WA. 5-3951 (50-8) Tuesday, Dec. 20, I960 Alftoha (la.) Opp«f D*« Monti-S WARMEST Y U L E T I D E WISHES) McFall Plumbing & Heating FENTON & W CHEVROLET FENTON ?» B?S f**»'0;*:rC;WB:?3 &&»&&•&&#&&<&&#:.&»:$•&<«&.& SEASON'S * GREETINGS ISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON Nnten First Trust and Savings Bank FENTON OFFICE STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON 8 Wilfred - Ray - Walt - Erwin and Best Wishes" May you have a Joyfcus Christmas surrounded by oil that's dearest to ypu. A* ihe old year fades, we take this opportunity to say *-e enjpyed the privilege of serving all cf you in 1960. We with you a Happy and Prosperous New Year, BAILEY'S STORE Fenton, Iowa

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