The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1961
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They Please Everybody! tawmmmm^^ «^^^«^*^^^7^**;^^^^^^^ ' ' V , w . " _t ** « T * •,. jf ... 1 • » .".""', ».'.'*»_«'. *,<'R\ «4* s i $3., t , * Electric Hdt Dog Cooksr Electric Lawn Edger Electric Intercom Electric Massafer Electric Hot Tray Electric Oven Broiler Electric Toaster Shiner Floor Sander • Electric Portable Roaster • Electric Knife Sharpener • Electric Heat Lamp r • Eledric Heating Pad • Electric Hair tiryer • Electric Skillet • picric Egg Cooker-/ • Electric Dishwasher •* Electric Door Chimes § Electric Corn Popper • Electric Clock-Radio • Electric Blanket • V.v,(.{?/.;# j-'^» - r ; r'*v . : jr. !l ; ' ;i Don't Cost MucMEither! Visit Algona Appliance Stores and See Ihe Low-Priced 'Christmas Electrics' K" •'- ! *•--''" ' ! ? -1r- Algofla Municipal Utilitiej I »MAKe : IT A; MfeRRY ELECTRIC CHRISTMAS" :WA'^ 2-AJgohe> (ttt.) Uj»p*r D*» Moin« Thursday, December 7, 1961 Wesley CDA's ToHaveXmas Party Dec. II ««'' -' ".' * fWatlay — CDA's will have their annual .Chrfstmas party Det>. 11, wiflv* BO tent gift ex- cfiangs. S«fVer9 Will be Justine .Seeker, Tillie Mate, Mildred Mar- iifl, Maude Studer, fcrma Kunz, Mary Weber, Helwi Johnson, Esther ReJrihjf, Viola Loebig, Marjorie (Bill) CWeU tod Viola Studer. • On the entertainment committee are Rosemary Dornbier, Rita 1 Youngwirtb, .Margaret Root, Marjorie Becker, Minnie Bleich, ^Florence Hildman, Ruth Young- Wirth, Dorothy Martinek; Rosalie gfuder, Vanda pfeffer, Thelma Jllaine, Madonna Studer, Irene Hanig, Jean Studer, Josit Gouge, Florence Ktidej, Marilyn Lickteig, Kathryn Seiler and Doru- tKy Becker. Women's Sodely Met .Women's Society met in the Methodist church Dec. 6 with the jMesdameS HflZel Gerdes, Al Wagner, Fred Rasmusseh and Paul Engen. Devotions were led by Mrs. Charles Nygaard and the lesson by Mrs. Glen Gabrielson. The women contributed SO cents each toward a childrens mission treat in lieu of a gift exchange A group of women presented a candle lighting ceremony. The bazaar chairman reported a good attendance and a better than average amount of money realized from the dinner and bazaar, served Thursday,: Nov. 30. Forrest Adolf of Melvin and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Adolf and children of Everly spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kunkel were hosts to their 500 club Sunday evening, Nov. 26. High score prizes were won by Leon Gardner and Mrs. Bill Green, low by Otto Fox and Mrs. Merle Rasmussen. Lawrence Baylor was honored on his birthday Nov. 26 at a pot luck dinner, brought in by former neighbors, Mr.- and Mrs. Gilbert Hall and Jerry of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Babe Johnson and "family of Kanawha and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hall and daughter. John Pfeffer, son of Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and the late Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, was awarded a B.S. degree in history Nov. 22 at LS. University, Ames at the close of the fall quarter. He expects his draft call soon. The girl bom to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walmsley of Corwith Nov. 29 has been named Terry Ann. They have two other children, Dawn and Jimmy. Mrs. Walms* ley is thfe former Audra Ann Doughah, daughter of the Elmer DoUghan's. Mrs. Larry Youngwirth entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. The Youngwirths eh* tertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mrs. Josfe GoUge entertainted her 500 club Thursday evening.., Mr. and Mft. Leonard Arndof- fer were hosts to their 500 club Sunday evening. The annual American Legion Auxiliary Christmas party wili be held Thursday evening, Dec. 7, with a pot luck lunch at 6:30. Each member is asked to bring a 50 cent gift to be sent to the Glenwood State Institution. Bill Koppens, Rich Reilings and Gayle Studers. attended the funeral of Victor O. Johnson, 74. at the Lutheran church at 'Albert City Nov. 24. The deceased was the father of Stan Johnson of Britt. formerly of Wesley. Anna Flom and their houseguest, Mrs. R. Berntsen of Muskegon, 111., were Sunday evening Nov. 26, guests of the Henry Swansons, Britt. The Holy Name Society of St. Joseph's parish will meet Thurs- day evening, Dec. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ericksor of Pequot Lake, Minn, came recently to spend the winter months with De Etta Hall; Mr. and Mrs. John Muehe afic his sister, Mrs. 'Urban 'Licktelg 5 attended the funeral of ari uncle, John Mahdney, 87,'at Sioux" TaU| South Dakota Dec. 1. ' " ' -' Mr. and Mrs, L. L. Lease" Attended the funeral of Leon Mer- fitt. at Algona Friday, * -, * Relatives who attended the wedding of Judy Ann .Weir and Edward A. Otis recently were Mr. ahd Mrs. Harvey :Nlchterh, Wallingford, Frank Weir, Graet- linger, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Perdue, Julie and John. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fry, Emmetsburg, Mr, arid Mrs. Ray Fry, Rihgsted, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher,- Curlew and Mr. and Mrs." Merle Flint Ringsted, Mrs. Margaret Ether- man, Early, Charles Albrechts Pocahontas, Ed Albrechts, Clare, John McGintys, Rockwell City Mrs. Ed Dusold and Patty, Ma son City, Mike Richters, Britt, :£u Richters, Bancroft. Ed Lexis, Des Moines, Mrs. Ronald Milter and Mrs. Alice Marines,' Algoha, Verner Youngs, Ventura and Joe Youngs, Garner. Circles 1, 2, 3 will meet Dec. 20 in the James Harper, Orville Smith and John Paulson homes. There will be a 50 cent gift exchange and program. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin oi CULLEN HARDWARE ALGONA, IOWA QUITTING BUSIN SALE NOW IN ITS FINAL STAGES ! ALL REMAINING MERCHANDISE, REGROUPED AND REPRICED FOR QUICK SALE ! WE ARE LAYING SLEDGE HAMMER BLOWS TO PRICES ! ! ! • ••••••• Everything Must Be Sold! THE END IS NEARING, SO GET YOUR SHARE OF THE BARGAINS WHILE THEY LAST!! Cass Lake, Minn, visited friends here two days last week. The? planned to go to Omaha, Nebfi this week to visit their daughter, Sharon and family A son Thaye* has recently moved to Minneapo* lis and is employed at Honey- .w'elL . l •fB6th efrls'and'tJoys basketball of. 1 the Corwith-Wesley. community schools defeated the Kanawha teams at Corwith Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kellogg and Linda left Nov. 27 for their home at Denver, Colo., fallowing a week's visit here with her mother, Mrs. Mag Bleich and other relatives. Judy and Kay Hilbeft also of Denver, accom- • • j . -. panied- tjiem it>, »WesIf& to\vilit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert and otheix ; L l 'mi, i.t j,m: Vi-jiii--- > ' ' BURT NEWS Sumner Parsons 'eiitertd Mercy hospital on Wednesday morning, Dec. 6," where he will undergo sur- , , Mrs. Pearl Daniels has,returned to S hei 'daughter's home? 'tnejcijff Holdings, after ViSitiftg at the;Einfcfc Kienii* homtej in* RichffiondV.yMB)., at jthS Eaw)n Allen, home in Kah- sas "City since July. Mr and', Mrs Holding met Mrs Allen at Omaha Sunday. : ALL CHARGE ACCOUNTS ARE NOW DUE AND PAYABLE!!! ^^Hl^^ ^Bpr^iW^i^P^^aW ^i^a^^^w^l^P ^H^P^^V^al^kW^RiiV ^^I^B^» ^r ^F ^iWaWBBBP ^SBfcjF ALGONA, IOWA The ALGONA Hopes You Have a Very Merry Christmas BUT HAVE IT... WITHOUT FIRE Ruin Your Holidays.. Please Follow These Christmas Safety Suggestions- 1, When you choote your Christmas tree this year, select one which appears freshly cut. Feel the needles to make sure they are firmly attached, 2, Keep the tree out of doors until just before Christ* ma*. And keep it standing in a pail of water to that it will remain freih. 3. When you put the tree up,* place it in the coolest part of the room. It should be as far as possible from radiators, heaters and as far away as possible from the fireplace. This will reduce the chances of fire, and keep the tree from drying. 4, Use a tree stand which has « water container In which the trunk can rest. Most trees "drink" water fairly fast, so fill the'water container daily. 5. Christmas tree decorations should be flameproof. Use only decorations made of glass, metal of fire- resistant material. 6. Electric trains should be set up away from the tree. A spark from the train could ignite dry pine needles. 7. Use only electric lights to decorate the tree — never candles,* Be sure to check lighting sets before placing them on the tree. Those with frayed wires should be discarded. When you buy « new set look for the UL tag or label of Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. fl. When you open presents on Christmas morning, put away gift wrappings! you intend to keep. Gather up other wrappings and throw them away Immediately. after presents are opened. 9, The lights on Christmas trees should be turned off when everyone is fw*y from home. , 10, ehtcMh* »rw 1w dryneis from limt to tim», If needles near lightf Hay* started t» turn brewn, changj th*pp^j|pn ; ^fth* lighti, 11, When the needles start falling, take the tree down immediately and discard it outdoors, 12,.iyen if;the tree i«$!!ll fresh,' plan now to dismantle it 'the day aft*r %w,YisV»; 13. Make sure your decorative lighting does not ever. electrical should b» djsigntd for th* purpose, Algona Fire Department IRA KlPHt/ %f ChM . ' ~- Pljon* CY 4-2434 t« Report A Firs U» '--'_ ; -^> ^ g/i^^'j| Mfy9f

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