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15-AlflOna, (la.) Upper D*» Me!*** thurtday, Jon. 4, 1968 ociet-y NEWCOMER CLUB ACTIVITIES ATTEND WEDDING Ten members of the Newcomers Club went caroling Dec. 19, visiting the county home .and two nursing homes. Participating were Rita Davis, Betty Wilcox, Donna Etherington, Sandy Reefer, Mae Long, Joan Benson, Sharon Shipler, Bonnie Ross, Louise Engstrom and Delores Black. Following the caroling the entire club met at Sid's Cafe for refreshments and a white elephant gift exchange. Hostesses were Sharon Shipler and Hazel Appenzeller. The club had adopted three families for Christmas baskets. Committee in charge of this project included Bonnie Ross, Joan Benson, Delores Black and Mae Long. New officers, who will assume duties in January, were elected. They included Donna Etherington, president; Donna Knuth, vice president; Shirley Tietz, secretary; and Betty Wilcox, treasurer. Winner of the door prize was Sandy Reefer. Holding high scores in play of 500 were Joan Benson and Bonnie Ross, with Betty Wilcox and Mae Long holding low scores. The next meeting will take place Jan. 16 at 8 p. m. at Sid's Cafe. FELLOWSHIP MEETING Women's Fellowship of the Congregational Church will meet February 4. Luncheon will be served by circle n; devotions by Mrs. Ed Sindelar; and the program, "Social Action on the Local Level", by Joyce Hayden and Mrs. Helen Huber. - o - CRESCO 4-H PARTY The Cresco Boys held their annual Christmas party and installation of new officers at the extension office on December 18. Twenty-two members answered roll call with what they wanted for Christmas. Installation of new 1968 officers followed: Chuck Frideres, president; Jerry Simpson, vice president; Kevin Roethler, secretary; David Sabin, treasurer; Jane Simpson, historian; and Chuck Bell, reporter. A gift exchange was held among the members after the meeting. A pot-luck lunch was enjoyed by everyone. - o - PIANO RECITAL A recital of Mrs. Clarence Siemers' piano students was given at her home last Wednesday. Taking part were Dwight and Janice Schmitt, Louise and Jimmy Black, Mary Beth Bormann and Linda Raney. The respective parents were present. Refreshments were served at the close of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bird attended the wedding Dec. 23 of Roger Bird, brother of Charles, Aurora, and Bonnie Tripp at Hawkeye, home of the bride. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Marie Lampright will be hostess to her bridge club Wednesday, Jan. 10. - o - TO WED ALGONA MAN Rev. and Mrs. Huntley Campbell Lewis, Almond, Wise., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Frances Terrel, to David Keith Kohl, Cincinnati, Ohio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl, Algona, la. Miss Lewis graduated from Wisconsin State University, Stevens Point in 1966, and teaches speech at East High School, Green Bay, Wise. The bridegroom- elect graduated from Iowa State University, Ames, in 1961, and is a chemical engineer with Procter and Gamble Co. A Feb. 24 wedding is planned. - o - C.D.A. PARTY Court St. Benedict met Dec. 19 for their annual Christmas party. A pot-luck supper was served, followed by a short business meeting. Bingo was played for gifts with Father Ruba and the sisters of St. Francis as special guests, being presented monetary gifts by the court. A lunch of punch, homemade cookies and candies was served at the end of the party. Committee in charge was Donna Hilbert, Ruth Grein, Leona Downs, Marilyn Arndorfer, Alice Froehlich, Mildred Trunelle, Evelyn Froehlich, Joan Ferstl, Sharon Ludwig and Marie Re eke r. Cornel Wilde is lop star, producr and director of the Theodora Production presentation "Beach Red," from the famous Peter Bowman novel, opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre in Color by DeLuxe. Co-starred are Rip Torn. Burr DeBenning. Patrick Wolfe and Jean Wallace. Film is bring released by United Artists, a Transamc-rica Company. Birthday Honors, West Bend Woman WEST BEND - Mrs. Matilda Daubendiek celebrated her 95th birthday on Dec. 17 andhadmany guests and remembrances to make the day bright. She was remembered by the Iowa State Bank employees, the Senior and Junior M.Y.F., the Women's Society of Christian Service, the Wesleyan Service Guild, and the leaders and girls of the 3rd grade Brownie troop. Among the out-of-town guests were the Russell Harvey s of Iowa Falls; Wm. C. Daubendiek and mother, Mrs. Bertha Daubendiek, Jefferson; the Robert Dauben- dieks, Decorah; and the F. W. Daubendieks of Remsen. Mrs. Daubendiek has her daughter and son-in-law, the W. F. Leonards living with her. Mr. Leonard observed a birthday Dec. 15. - o - Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Banwart of Ft. Scott, Kans., spent Christmas week with their children, the Walter Zauggs, Ed Zauggs, the Earl Banwarts and Albert Ban- warts. During Christmas week Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Ostermeierwere happy to have two of their daughters with them. Miss Dorothy Ostermeier, who is a social worker in New York City, came Dec. 22 and spent until Dec. 28; and Miss Betty Ostermeier, who is a registered nurse in Denver, Colo., visited from Dec. 28 until over New Year's. Mr. and Mrs. John Weber went to St. Paul, Minn., on Thurs., Dec. 28 for the funeral of Mr. Heinz Zschocker, father of Mrs. Tom Weber. Mr. Zschocker died suddenly on Christmas night of a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunn were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary at an open house Sunday, Dec. 31 from 2 to 4 p.m. in First Methodist Church. Hosts were their children. A bridal shower on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 30 honored Miss Donna Wallace, bride-to-be of Bob Ewy. The courtesy, in charge of Mrs. Henry Fehr and Mrs. Gerald Groeber, was held in the Methodist church parlors. Miss Wallace teaches in Dundee, HI., and Mr. Ewy teaches in Oskaloosa. Guests in the Ed Nessen home from Dec. 28 to Jan. 1 was Robert Kuehner of Chicago, a college friend of Peter Nessen. Mr. Kuehner, an active participant in the Lutheran Youth Team Ministry in Chicago, is a working member of POPV (Prince of Peace Volunteers), an organization that works in the ghetto, among the Negroes. INVINCIBLE METAL FUR-' NITURE franchised dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Many Christmas Visitors In Swea Vicinity SWEA-EAGLE - At the Ralph Walker home for the Christmas weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Parker Larimer of Oxford, and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Farland and Sherri of Ceylon. The Gene Thompsons and family are visiting his brother and family, the John Thompsons at Ozona, Tex. They left here Dec. 10. The Everett Ericksons and family, Armstrong, Forrest Erickson and Gail Mino were Tuesday supper guests at the Dettmer Thompson home. The Warren Broneses were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her sister and family, the Percey MacDowells at Ft. Dodge. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Richardson and Herbie Patterson, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Patterson, Buffalo Center. Danny Anderson came Friday from Great Lakes, 111. to spend his leave from the Navy with his parents and family, the Albert Andersons. He is being transferred to Maryland and will be home until mid-January. rnoooooDuoooooooQOBj I movie | clock a tRJUUUUUUUULMJJUfoUL'iiJ ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY One Complete Showing each evening. "Warning Shot" - 7:15 p.m. "The Busy Body"-9p.m. SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY- Complete Program begins 1:30 p. m. "WarningShot"-l:35p.m. SUNDAY - Complete Program begins: 1:00 - 3:00 - 5:00 7:00- 9:00 p. m. " Beach Red"1:15 - 3:15 - 5.: 15 - 7:15 9:15 p. m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Program begins: 7:009:00 p. m. "Beach Red"-7:109:10 p. m. ' THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY January 4-5-6 DOUBLE FEATURE A Joyous Comedy Of Peri!) PARAMOUNT PICTURES:-,, WIUIAMCASTLEsJ Cfaft T PLUS Gun, gun/ gun, who's got the gun? PARAMOUNT PICTURES DAVID JANSSEN m_ has got to know in WARNING SHOT tSOBMHKERtSSOCIAUS »oouci«« T(CHNKOIM*A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ADMISSION - Adults $1.25 Saturday Matinee — $1.00 Children - 50c SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY January 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 OF ALL THE CREATURES ON EARTH ONLY HAN HUNTS HIS OWN is NOT mr A WAR mm. MODORAPRODUCJIONS.INC. "r mmng RIP 10RN- BURR OeSENNM-PAIRlCK WOLFE • *.„•»• JEAN WALLACE SCWP/H t>t amrjoHnsroN. OOHALOI KJCRS intjimRm wat Produced ntf Directed to COWd miDl Continuous showings from 1 p.m. on Sunday. 2 Complete showings each evening on Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday. Admission - Adults Si. 25 No Childrens tickets will be sold. SATURDAY MATINEE - Warning Shot will be the only show. One Complete Showing starting at 7 p.m. each evening. ALGONA THEATRE STARTS THURSDAY Jqn. 11th Tammy Kay, infant daughter of the Terry Johnsons, was baptized at the Methodist church, Dec. 3. Dinner guests following services were the baby's grandparents, the Wm. Hansons, Ringsted, and the Trurnan Johnsons, Swea City; the Mervin Johnsons, Armstrong, and great-grandfather, David IngVall, Estherville. At the Orville Thoreson home for Christmas evening were the Harvey C. Larsens, Jerry Thompsons, John DeBoers and Edna Holcomb, all of Ames; the Walter Goraczkowskis, Mrs. P. A. Holcomb. At the Francis Sullivan home for Christmas were Shirley, home from Briar Cliff, James Jensens, Ames, Sister Sharon Sullivan, Holy Cross, la. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schauberger and family were Christmas Eve supper guests at the home of his brother and family, the Henry Schaubergers at Ringsted. Other guests were the Walter Madsens, Albert Lea, Minn.; Frieda Schauberger, Atlantic ; Amanda Schauberger, San Francisco, Calif.; and the Wm. Schaubergers, Fairmont. The Robert Schaubergers of California couldn't be here. They had been here for a visit earlier in the fall. The Sam Links, Swea City, and the Fred Links and family, Fairmont, were Christmas Eve guests at the Tom Prestons. The Tom Prestons spent Christmas Day at the home of her parents, the Sam Links. Christmas night guests at the Maynard Jensen home at Lakota were the Roger Lindes, Duane Jensens and family, Tom and Jim Preston families, Marvin Boever family and Kenneth Anderson family, Estherville, and the David Earp family of Crystal Lake. The John Kelly family left Dec. 21 to spend Christmas at the home of his brother and family, Emerson Kelly at Orlando. The Terry Johnsons and Tammy were Dec. 21 evening guests at the home of her parents, the Wm. Hansons, Ringsted. Christmas Eve guests at the Terry Johnsons were the Truman Johnsons, Mervin Johnsons and family and the Allen Mathers. At the Mervin Johnson home on Christmas Day were the Terry Johnsons and daughter, the Truman Johnsons and the Cecil God- fredsons, Humboldt. At the Andrew Brones home Christmas Day were Jay W. Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Robert and Mama, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buhmann and boys, Emmons, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buhmann and Angela, Norman, Okla. ,____^ WHEN-?--If you read the Algona Upper Des Moines, YOU KNOW! Two Similar Crashes Here; Youth Hurt A pair of 16-year old Algona drivers severely damaged the vehicles they were driving in separate one-car mishaps near Call State Park Wednesday, Dec. 27. One, Bradley D. Farnham, was taken to St. Ann Hospital for treatment of head and neck lacerations, while the other, Jon L. Clapsaddle, was not hurt. The mishaps occurred exactly six hours apart and at the same turn in the blacktop road leading to the park. Both were headed the same direction, south, and one car wound up in the south ditch, Farnham, and the other, Clapsaddle, in the north ditch along the road. And both drivers were charged with failing to have control by investigating officers. The Farnham mishap occurred at 9:10 a. m. He lost control at the intersection northwest of the park, just as Clapsaddle did at 3:10 p. m. "Patrolman Tom Cogdall Investigated the morning crash and Deputy Sheriff Eppo Bulten covered the one in the afternoon. Watch ihR CLASSING DON'T BE "TIED DOWN Phone 295-3762 FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAILY East End Grocery 823 EAST STATE " ALGONA, IOWA SMIBSara*:**^^ Begins Thursday, January 4 JANUARY Big reductions on Fieldcrest sheets, towels, blankets, purses, girdles and bras, jewelry, fabrics and many other items. 10 DAYS OF FABULOUS BUYS! DONT MISS IJ... The Chrischilles Stoie Algona, Iowa

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