^ ,ji—- — — --- — —--— - S ^^ fc gLi J * tttt Mr and Mrs W. J. Becker are being visited through the holidays by Mr and Mrs William Becker, Iowa City, and Dick. Bowling Green, Ky. Mrs Cora Bacorf was visited Wednesday by Mr and Mrs J. A. iloln nstfin. Aniboy. Minn. She was guest Christmas of Mr and Mrs Flovd Paeon. I Can Enroll You For A Group If you now have an individual Health & Accident Policy or no policy at all, and you are between the ages of 18 and 60 ... Ricklefs Insurance Agency can enroll you in a group Hospital policy. \ ' , Our response to this offer has been so greet that we are happy to announce that CHARLES "CHUCK" PALMER will be handling your enrollments. Call CY 4-4529 Now for free; gift and Information as to how you too can enroll in this special policy/ - ' ' • ^ ' • > <•'•'•• • '•- > '• : ' A. J. (Arnie) .RICKLEF? Insurance Agency 2 fc. State St. CY 4-4529 i-Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnei Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1960 Mrs Leon a Bsker was visited over the Christinas weekend by her sun. Harry, of St. 1'aul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey spent Christinas ai Sioux City vvith Mr and Mrs C. N. Aalfs. Mrs Amy Johnson spent Christmas a: Burt with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wagnei. Mr and Mrs William Allen had Air and Mrs Riehnrd Cook, Mason City, as Christmas guests. Mrs Esther Barton spent Christmas at Webb with Mr and Mrs James Cook. Helen Dingley was guest a few days at Christmas with Mr and Mrs W. B. Nugent, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Charles Patterson went to Chicago to spend the holidays with Mr and Mrs Wendell Patterson. Mr and Mrs Warren Andreasen spent Christinas at, Hampton with Mrs Andreason's parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Whruton. Mr and Mrs William Anderson spent Christina^ at Stratford with tho former's mother. Mrs Anna Anderson. Mr and Mrs Nat Bangs h?.d a: Christmas guests the latter':-; parents, Mr. and Mrs William Grid ley, Locust, New jersey. Supt. and Mrs O. B. Lsing had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs | Bernard Laing anc! the father, E E Laine. Rockwell City. : Glen Raney had surgery Wed ' nesday at the Finnlpy hospital 1 Dubuciue. He- is recovering nicely. Jack Allen, who teaches e' Tain a, came Thursday to speni" his holiday vacation with his patents, Mr and Mrs James Allen Mr and Mrs Max Bast sieit Christmas at Emmelsburg with Mr and Mrs Burton Varcoe and I family. Mr and Mrs Miiion Norton had Mr and Mrs Charles Boevers ana family oi' Pocahunuis as Christmas guests. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holcomb and family spent Christmas at Dickens with the parents, Mr and Mrs John Holcomb. Mr and Mrs Elliott Skilling had as guests Christmas Darald Skilling, Fort Sin, Okla., Mr and Mrs Robert Elbert, Carroll, and Mr and Mrs Don Baade, Titonka. Mi-s Kate Fisch speni Christmas with Mr and Mrs James Put- zstuck, who had as other guests Mr and Mrs Anton Weydert, Mr and Mrs Delmar Plathe and Mr and Mrs Raymond Thilges, St. Joe. Staff Sgt. ana Mrs Kenneth Matson are parents of a daughter born Dec. 18 at St. Ann hospital. The infant has been named Lori Ann. Sgt. Matson is in service in Korea and his wife and family are making their home with the parents, Mr and Mrs Art Ashton. The Asntons had as Christmas guests the son Darold and his wife, Monkato, Minn., Mr and Mrs Arnold Matson and Mrs Susie Fischbaugher, Harmony, Minn. Mrs Fischbaugher is mother of Mrs Ashton and has spent several days here. Married Here Dec. 10 We Resolve... To Go Ahead In \%\ With Our Customers In Your Desire For: BETTER LIVING.... at Prices you Want to pay; BETTER PRICES.... For Quality Goods You Desire; .nr For Which You Can Depend on us; Judy Bowman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman, Algona, and Roger Radig, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Radig, Lone Rick, were married Doc. 10 in a double ring ceremony performed by Fr. Robert Thiele in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here Dec. 10. The newlvweds arc shown above. Following a wedding trip, Mr and Mrs Radig are living at Lone Rock where the bridegroom is employed. (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) Which Is The Way We Like To Serve You; • 9 Which Is Why We Are Here To SeWe You; As we go into a new decade, we are ready to stand by this community in all progressive endeavors to keep up with the parade, to meet the needs of changing times, to make this community a place of happy, contented people. Mr and Mrs Ray Anderson drove to Webster City Tuesday to bring Mrs Anderson's mother. Mrs Lottie Wheeler, here for the holidays. Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman spent Christmas at LeMars with Dr. and Mrs L. C. O'Toole and the doctor's father, Dana Hoffman. Mr and Mrs Peie lialsrud have been visited by Mr and Mrs Walter Halsrud, Hawarden, who went from here to Topeka, Kan., to visit friends. Mrs Clem Cavanaugh had as guests recently Mr and Mrs Marcus Cavanaugh and Bridget, Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson, Kanawhn. Mr and Mrs William Becker were visited several clays last week by Mr and Mrs Spencer. gcheeley. Midland, S.D., who went from here to Fort Dodge to spend Christinas with relatives. Mr and Mrs James Arend spent Christmas eve at Curlew with the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs A. M. Kunz and Christmas day at Corwith with the parents, Mr and Mrs John Arend. Mr nnd Mrs W. C. McDougall left Friday for Menasha, Wis. to spend the Christmas weekend with Mr and Mrs Bob McDougall and children, Jay, Andy and Christine. Mr and Mrs Arthur Jackman had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen, Mr and Mrs William Knoll, Lone Rock, Otto Jensen, Fenton, and William Knoll. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry had Mr and Mrs Charles Joynt, Ern- rnetsburg, as callers recently. Mr Joynt was at one time station agent here and was transferred to Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry and Mrs Coleen Barry and family were Christmas guests of Mr and Mrs Roy Berrie at Mason City. Lt. and Mrs David Berrie of Dayton, Ohio, were also guests. Mrs Lucille Zerfass spent Christmas and a few days at Redfield and Des Moines with her sisters, Mrs James Altwegg and Mr and Mrs J. H. Thurau and families. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg were visited Friday by Mr and Mrs Dale Reed, Dell Rapids, S. D. From here they went to Chicago' 111., for a Christmas visit with, relatives. Mr and Mrs George Grimsehl Algona and Mr ciiiri Mrs George Studer and Fred Hintz, LuVerne attended funeral services for Ernest Ilardcopt at Armstrong. Monday. Mr and Mrs Nels Anderson nnd family spent Christmas day at Lime Springs with Mr and Mrs Myron Mertens. The follow- in" day they were at Sumnei with Mr Nelson'-; mother, Mrs O. N. Nelson. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell had as guests Christmas Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and family. Ariel. They were joined in the evening by Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell and family. The Willis Colwells will be dinner guests of tho mother, Mrs O. G. Day at Clarion. Marilyn Palmor, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. J. Palmer, a student at Iowa Slate, Ames, spent Christmas here- with her parents. She returned to Ames this week where she served as bridesmaid at the wedding of her roommate and will spend the remainder of her holiday vacation with friends at Chicago. The Palmers entertained Mr and Mrs Dave Lynch, Lone Rock, Mrs T, C. Lynch and iho Jack Krebsbachs, Ledyard, and the Jack Lynch family, Madison Lake, Minn., at Christmas dinner. BETTER PRINTING for lest — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Mr and Mr* Harold Smith had Mr and Mrs Elvin Moore nnd Children, Greene, Mrs Edna Richter, Titonka, Mr nnd Mrs Orvllle Beresford, Knnawho, and Mr and Mr* Merle Beresfcircl, Bancroft, ns dinner guests Christmas. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman were joined by Mr nnd Mrs Ervin Klntt, Fonton, for -dinner Christmas at Mrs Katie Schroe- ders. In the evening the group were guests of Mr and Mrs Low- mil n. i Mr and Mrs Max Bartholomew had as dinner guests Christmas the parents. Mr and Mrs Maurice Bartholomew and Mr nnd Mrs "William Peterson, Titonka. and Mr and Mrs Gary Hoover, also of Tilonka. Mr and Mrs Arthur Olson spent from Saturday till Tuesday at Albert Lea, Minn., with Mrs Olson's parents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Christian. Tuesday they met friends, Mr and Mrs W. D.'Hoffman, Coca .Beach, Kla.. for a visit. Mr and Mrs Bert Putztuck returned recently by plane from Pine Bluffs, Ark.' where they visited with their daughter, tho Ed Schumacher family, and met for the first time a grandson. Lance Robert, wrio was born in June. i Mr and Mrs William Baker and Mr and Mrs Merlon Baker were joined by Mr and Mrs John SchuH/ dnd family, Irvington, and were guests Christmas at a family dinner held at Mr and Mrs Harold Presthus at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Cecil Stewart and children were guests over the holidays of the parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Rentx, Algona and Mr and Mrs Walter Stewart, Burt. Marilyn Rentz who has been in Chicago the past few months has returned home. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bay had the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs C. F. Kuehl, and Mr and Mrs Mike Karloff, Mallard, Neb., as Christmas guests. The daughter, Sandra Bay who attends Augus- tann college nt Rimix Palls. S. D., is spending her holiday vacation here \\ith her parents. Guests at the horn* W th» •Louis Schumachers during the holidays were Mr and Mrs Merlin Schumacher and Kim, Judy Schumacher. Mike O'Conntl! and Pal Dailcy, Dos Moinrs, Gertie Obfain, Spencer nnd Ed find Mike Leahy, Danbury. Dr. and Mrs John Kehefkk and family spent Christmas at Eagle Grove with tho doctor's sister, Naomi Konrfiek. Tuesday they were in Des Moines, guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Drown, whose daughter is Mrs Stephen Keno- fick. Mrs Kenefick and baby left Tuesday afternoon via plane for San Francisco and from there will go to Guam to join her hus- l.-and who is in service? and will be stationed theiv two years. 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