The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1960 · Page 2
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Tuesday, Dee. J7, 1960 Albert Weavers Of Lakota Are Honored Dec. 18 LakoU — The 41st wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs'Al- bert Weaver of Lakola was observed Sunday, Dec. 18, with an open house held at the Sacred Heart Church in Lcdyard. A large crowd of relatives and friends called during the afternoon. The .courtesy was planned arid served by their children, Haiold and Ervin of Buffalo Center, Lawrence of Clear Lake. Francis of Dcnsion and Mrs Cecil (Agnes) Flood of AH'.?Hon. They also have 12 grandchildren. School Program There was a good crowd at the Christmas-program al the Lakota school Tuesday evening for the lifth annual program under the direction of Mrs Don Christ. The junior high choir, girls glee club, double quartette, Dean Christ, Kent Gem-ma, Paul Geilenfeldt, Marvin Heideckcr, Al- berl Becker, Charold Barrett, Larry Becker and Clare Barrett, triple trio mixed ensemble and sixth grade class sang. Bob Hamilton, John Cordes, Sharon Apka, Susan Eichorn, Beverly Cushman, Linda Koppen, Linda Karels, Carolyn Ley, Cherry' Anderson, Diana B.ecker, Alice darken, Corrifie Rippentrop, Roberta Addy, Carolyn Paulson, Dean Christ, Kent Gerzema, Paul Geilenfeldt, Marvin Heidecker, Carmon Cook, Albert Becker, Charold Bairelt, Larry Becker, Clare Barrett, James Rose, Louis Lnppe, Gary Meyer, Wallace Christ, Dale Koppcn, Milton Paulsen, George Wcringa, Thomas Neuman, Rita Weringa, Judy Eichorn, Maxine Clayton, Dai-fell Clabatigh, Marvin Rippentrop, David Sleper, Derald Goetz, Loren Wibben, Daryl Boehm and Mike Campbell- appeared in a pageant. Accompanists were Marearel Crawford, Judy Jutting, Caroline Grpff and Marilyn Rippentrop. Mrs Jerry Heclland, local TB Seals chairman, report very good response to the TB Seals sent out to the people of Lakola. So far 84 answers have been returned from 124 sent out and $88.4fi has been collected. Any one who hasn't contributed yet can still do so. The Lakoln Boy Scouts met Monday evening nt the city hnll. They made a map sketch by which someone unfamiliar with camp location can find his way to it over a distance of at least two miles. Scouts present were.- Denn Koppen, Bruce Meurer, Mark Hamilton, Eugene Paulson. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor fitch ' ' The Four Corner Social Club of Portland will hold their first meeting of the new year kin. 3 at the home of Mr.s Herbert Nelson at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Robert Wood and Jean attended a Christmas party and gift exchange Dec. 26 at' trie home of Mr and Mrs Irvin Kenne at .West Bend. Others to attend were Mr and Mrs John .•Von Bank of Bode, Mr and Mis John J. Von Bank Jr. and ; jfarhily of Algona, Betty DorXvcilbr • of. SI. Benedict, Mr and Mrs Harold. Von Bank and family, Wesl Bond and Mr and Mus Rpy ferine and ; Marvin of Wesl Bend. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson attended a Larsen Christmas dinner Sunday at the Harvey Johnson home in Algona. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen, Linda and Becky liranriow and Mrs Elfie Teeter and Donna. Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson arrived a week ago Thursday to spend the holidays with home folks. Mr nnd Mrs Ldmund Larsen and Beverly were Thursday visitors in the Clarence Chrislensen home south of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Clarence- Christcn- sen, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Christen wn and family, Mr and Mrs Rogc-r Buffingtfni and family and Mr and Mr.s Mei le Teeter and family were Sunday evening guests in the Wendell Christen*- sen home in honor of Wendell's birthday, which was Mqnday. ; Mi and Mrs Wendell, Christ sen and family attended. ?»,Lef,<4 supper Christmas Eve- in the Wilbur Christemen home. Christmas da^'dinner guest's-in tin; Wendell 1 ; Chnslensen . home were Ernil Haase, Alvina, Albert and; P>ul of Blurt, Ruth Haase of loWa City', Mr and Mrs '.Paul Clatis'eh pf 'Fort 'Qottge aft<j Mr and' Mrs l3mLl;Haasb arid family of ;swqa City! , : ' • ; ' ' . ; • ' Mr and Mrs • Edm'und Larsen nn.d Beverly visited'.in the, Wendell Chrislensen home, Friday evening. ^ Christmas dinner guests in the Jack Tieman home were Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer of. Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Rex Wolfe cif 'onion. . r ! Wednesday • evening suppor guests .of the Jitck Tiemans weiJe Starting Saturday night at 7:00 JANUARY IS TAX TIME! ana that means you need MACHINE Your Gala New Year's Eve Midnight Show running continuous. Sunday and Monday matinees starting at 1 P.M. and running continuous. Elvis Presley and Barbara Eden in "FLA MING STAR" Dick Lavrenz, Val Gene Westling, nnd. Joe Kalilcr. This was in honor of Terry Tieman's birthday. "The man who loses his head is usually the last ; one to miss it." If you want it to be a short summer, just sign a 90-day note. FIRE A fire occurred in the Loren Ohrlen barn on a farm near Blairstown recently when a sow .knocked over a heat lamp, catching the bedding on fire. The sow and her seven pigs escaped without injury. Major Surgery For Wesleyans Wesley — LcRoy Rickc had .surgery on his back at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Dec. 16. He and his wife who has been with him and visiting relatives in Ft. Dodgo, expected to come home Saturday, Dec. 24. Mike Ricke spent the time at John Muehcs and Bill was 'a guest of Art Ricke. Lawrence Koppen had major surgery nt Mercy hospital, Mason Cily Dec. 19. Brother Passes Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber accompanied Mr and Mrs George Roeder to Creston Monday where Tuesday morning they attended the funeral of George's brother, Frank Roeder. They returned home Wednesday. .Mr and Mrs LeRoy Grandgenett also attended the funeral. Home For Christmas Eugene Hildman came home over the weekend, from Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri,- to spend a furlough at his parental, John Hildman home. Rose Ann and Mary Hildman, students at Milwaukee, Wisconsin came Thursday for their holiday vacation. < Other Christinas Day guests of the Hildmans included the Alt Hildmans of Des Moines and the Rudy Hildmahs.. 'The John Hildman family were Dec. 26 guests of her mother Mrs Maggie Hilbcrt and daughters of Algona. John Mueho, stayed home and worked at his farm chores nnd took care of their 7 children while his wife took a 10 clny vacation trip to Kingfisher, Okln. and visited relatives there. Students home for the holidays include Paul Pfeffer, Judy Pfef- fcr, Dan Arndorfer of Iowa City, Roger Flom, Arrms; Tom Root, Omaha, Nebraska; Jim Raney, Mason Cily; Julie Wubben, Chicago, Illinois; Donna Bleich, Cedar Falls; Bob Richtsmeter, Des Moines; Janice R i c h t s m c i e r, Ames; Rose Ann and Mary Hild r man, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Douglas Downs of Camp Pendleton, Cal. came Dec. 18 to spend a lurlough in the parental Ed Downs home. He returns to camp Jan. 6. Mrs John Youngwirth has been teaching fourth grade in the Corwith-Wesley public school for several weeks, leplacing Mrs Gary Williams. Christmas day guests in the Joe Goetz home were the Paul Kelleys of Brill, me John Young- wirlhs, Larry Grandgenetts, Bill Goelzs, Mrs Ruth Sparks and Dean. The John Penning family are to move to CorwHh' soon from the Giddirigs house. Mrs H. E. Hfcmmingsen and her daughter, Mrs 1 Lee Hilde- brandl of Britt wcnl to Forest City Dec. 18 and attended the Waldorf Colleffe Christmas pageant. A family pre-Christmas dinner parly was held Dec. 18 al Mrs Mary Bradfiqld's hojme, ~ Thos.e presSiil Wereihtr ilhree sisters, Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson, Ames, Mrs Mattie Meltzcr and daughter Lcotn of Garner and Mr and Mrs T. J. Fischer of Buffalo Cenler, also Mrs Bradfield'a daughters and their husbands, Mr nnd Mr* S. C. Chrtstensen of Kora Springs ana Mr and Mrs Art Krickson of Cedar Falls. They had a gift exchange and covered dish dinner. . Dennis J. was barn Dec. 16 to Mr and Mrs Joe Penning at the Hancock County Memorial hospital, Britt. They have another small son, David. Mrs Penning is the former Pat Perkins. Mr and Mrs John Penning are the youngster's paternal grandparents. Marilyn Monroe may not have "It" — but she's got it better organized. FRIDAY. DEC. 30 FRANK BUHR and the RAMBLERS SATURDAY, DEC. 31 NEW, YEAR'S EVE HENRY CHARLES and his ORCHESTRA The band that plays HIT TUNES SUNDAY. JAN. 1st, 1961 "ON THE HOUSE" FREE: Pop, Ice, Popcorn, and Hot Dogs MID-WEST CARAVAN SATURDAY, JAN. 7th CRAZY ADMS 2Sc to $1.25 FREE KDPuortN WILD HOURS ON THE BARS Pre-inventory 3JUSTROM Bonus Offer WE HAVE THEM VICTOR, ALLEN, SMITH-CORONA and REMINGTON. Electric or Hand Models ADDING MACHINE ROLLS COLUMNAR PADS CARBON PAPER ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS RECORD SYSTEMS FILING SUPPLIES HUNG EQUIPMENT and ft Host of othtr Batic Euential office Supplies UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. AlgoncUc,, SPECIAL OFFER BEGINS Tuesday, Dec. 27 u» t IN FREE MERCHANDISE Before we inventory — before we have to carry over this furniture until 1961 — we are making this "Once-in-a-life-time" offer . . . starting next Tuesday, right after Christmas, for every $10 you spend in furniture, you will receive 25% of that purchase price in FREE FURNITURE ... you spend $100, you get your choice 6f'$25 worth of free furniture in our store . . . you spend $200, you get $50 of your choice . . . for $400 you get $100 of your choice ... no strings attached either ... the choice is left entirely up to you ... IF YOU NEED CARPETING, for every $100 spent, you get $10 in free furniture or 10% of your purchase price free. It's unbelievable but true ... so wait no longer. Next week is the time to buy. BUY YOUR ENTIRE NEEDS FOR 1961 BEGINNING NEXT TUESDAY AND RECEIVE FREE FURNITURE . . . why wait until later next year — we can finance and you get free .furniture now! ', , . BEDROOM SUITES 3 PIECE SUITES AS LOW AS 109.00 STUDIO LOUNGES HIOE-A BEOS $ 169.50 Broadloom Carpeting AS LOW AS 4.88 Per Square Yard • MOOTH-PROOF All-Wool Carpeting AS LOW AS 6.95 PER SQUARE YARD BJUSTROM FURNITURE • DIRECT-FROH-FACTORY • ESTABLISHED IN 1925 FREE DELIVERY! WITHIN 50 MILES! t EMY THUS • 3 Floors Tt Ohoosi From W HV WAIT? EASY TERMS

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