The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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Main* Thursday, December 14, 1961 •i - V ,f,-t^ f -,,i. if, , ( , Xmas Parties * s •>"• i ' - < AtluVerne , LuVefne i— The. Christmas part/ 6f .ttta Evening Star circle of the WSCS was' held at the Mn and Mrs. James Mallory home Sunday evening, A seven o'clock dinner was enjoyed by ' 32, including members and husbands. Hostesses were Mrs. Mai- Ibry, Mrs. Sylvester Brace, Mrs. • Gerald Ramus, Mrs. Vernon Eggleston, Mrs 1 . Glen Braynard. Guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Worthld Usher and Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Brink. Chris carols were followed By .slides on Christmas shown by Mjft arid Mrs. Maliory. in place of a gift exchange, gifts Were brought to' be given lo the KoSsuth County home. M>.' and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and Mr, and Mrs. Don Raber and families, 'who will be moving in the spring" from this community were honored and presented with gifts. Mr, and Mrs. Eli Eager »went to. Webster City Thursday for a visit " with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larsen. Mrs, ponald,; Morris, and son Kelly of' Waterloo visited Wednesday and Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolen Bockes, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Genrich. Ethel Mae Henry was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Henry and family Ethel Mae is employed at a rest home in Coon Rapids. A Winter" card patty was held Saturday, evening at the'- Silly Hafdodjjf .home. At play, high, MrTand Mrs, Verne Daley, low 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holfteg. Travel, Mrs/ Earl 'John. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schulz are new members &f this card club. Mr. and Mrs, 'Harold Hansen left Dec. 13 for Lakewood, Cal., to spend- the winter with -'their daughter, Nina, Mr. and Mrs. Mantling Jack Watts. Mr. and Mrs. Earl was re-elected president, Elddrt Meyer, vice president, , 0 IV i tt Haug, secretary an-aiWr-r'.H. D; B4nsd« was f e-elected trdasfUrer, , . Santa Glaus day tl >/Wifli : -llM American Legion in Charge, 'JJll fee held Saturday sflefttoon, DlS, 16 beginning at 2 o'clock at ine Commercial Club 'Building, ,-, American Legion Auxlltt| also' have a bake sate v thal' were Wednesday evening guests of their daughter, Miv and Mrs. Donald Morriss and family at Gilmore City. The J. J. Club entertained their husbands -at a. Christmas card party at the 'LuVerne town hall Friday evening, At play, High, William Goetsch, MrS HugrS Shirk,' low,; Harry, Lichty, Mrs. Albert Hefti, travel, LeRoy Hanselman. The club divid- ALGONA SAT. Mat, 1:30 Only Special Show For Entire Family! ACTUALLY FK.MEO IN THE AFRICAN JUNGLE f*LUSC6LOR .CARTOONS AND CHAPTER 10 ':,'. : ! '•'OF-" > tHE- GREEN ARCHER<' •.- - -. ! * t LOOKING f OR SOMETHIN& DIFFERENT TO &IVE FOR Give Theatre Tickets/ Packaqed In A Hcautiftil Chrisfmas Card. 2 TICKETS WITH EACH CARD/ FRIDAY thru MON, ALGONA Continuous Sun. From 1:30 ,1 AUDREY HEPBURN HOLLYGOLIGHTLY...the most hilarious heroine who ever rumpled the pages of a best seller... Nl-EBSEN-BASAM-MICKEyROONEY CARTOON TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ONLY! L| From the author of 'God's Uttle Acre' Claudel/e Into two groups' had as hostesses Mrs. L^ -.Roy i Hanselman; Mrs., Edwin Hefti, Ml-3. -Jess Jer-, gensen, Mrs. Irvin ' Jergensen Mrs 1 . 'EarJ, Manning, Mrs. William Goetsch,'Mrs.'Harold Nielsen, br Mrs. T^ay Stone, and Marcia attended tlieji Christmas festival of music at ISt?, Ames, Sunday. Ronald Stone is a member of the choral group. They were all dinner guests of Mrs. George Godfrey and Bertha Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lindebak have 'returned to thfeir home for the winter from' their farm near Pequot', Lakes, Minn. ( " , . The LuVerne fire department had a pheasant and chicken supper in the town .hall, Sunday evening with their -families as guests. . ,Ferd. Meyer returned Sunday from Mercy hospital, Fort podge, w^here he was a medical "patient for ; a. week. • '; ; T , : ;Mr. s and Mr?.: Frances 'Shorey attended the funeral of her uncle Walter A.-Rekers, 73, in--Fort Dodge Wednesday/ ; I u ; j iMrs. Karen Baeri jwas a ^Saturr :da£:; overnight; and 'Sunday vis* J&r in the parental*'Leo Becker home in Humboldt. Her mother Mrs. Becker came for the weekend. Sunday evening visitors at.tftS Ed Benkendorfs were 'M>/..&ttd Mrs. Harold Kistau and faMlly^bi LuVerne. They celebrated -Mafy Ann and Jim. Benkendorfs 'biftn- da#s ahd. 'alsd . DaVM-'< «l«a«'^ birthday. - * • ^ ' ' • ~ J * Jim Benkendorf, accompanied by- his grandfather, ^ Philip* Fou< arge and Steve Williams of Liv- ennore visited over the Weekend at 'the Virgil Thorsen home, at Austin, Minn. •Mrs. Clara Solberg attd Ollvef Christians&ftr, f accompa Mrs. Mar^, ^etfertigge boldt attends/funeral fo> their collSfiti Lloyd LaiSoTfl-lit' m Lutherlft churdh Ii ^ffl ^hursdaV. ( 4l'* ''Mr. and Mrs, Kn ,&ftd Rogei 1 t8dk K(\ 't&tOffutt'AFB 1 at',O IJe had spent a: tHree fit the home of Jftis'i- fbute home the ppfiedahls WL at the Alfred Lemii&'s. JUni Ofipedahl spent iMe'fliay "With'His grandparents, Mi*. ft'M Mri. Etf* gkm HoflUs, "J- f, ';>>* •;., ^ 5f Mr. and .Mr 1 s^3BugeH8*'8frtitKer> attended the.. National Lamb Feeders Conference 'at Omaha, Nebr. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. ' • Only female moSqititos bite. V Sunday guests xai the ' William Mey$ and 'Mr. aha Mf*. Loliis Ubgotch, and, son of Effl* " '' " 'MemfierS of the. ;eiufe will ; ~ hold < *ih&t * 'tinnua'l ChrlstrnSS'r (tarty at • the hbmfi, of telle M6Mullert Friday- affei»» noon, Dec. 15. Elsie Lockwood will be assisting hostess. Mrs. w'm. Bohi, who Is on the teaching staff at the Lattreris sch'ool, spent the weekend at her home"her6i ^ > y ' ' , Harold Matt, ^ho is'.employed •",- f- '--«n!» v J/,<.T;"i"f7'^-" 4 " 3 '" ' "i ! : • !>!*. i • , at Sioux- Falls, S. D., J spent Jh6 wHKefld witllf.hls ariiine was aft evfi;omeii, ,1. . 1m'' ;were- attiHg otnewlijtt^Miftt'lasi Hte^^fof j5&s. Walfef ftifger, tht 'eWa..,Me4inj, Atj Lu, of the' fet§t^lfe' «!e. ,_ were heafs ^d theif wl^eS at the" antiWaHuppef.held Suftday at 'FalMonit,' Also" gilestl w4tjk ,• formet/'fIre'; dhlljf, ^ Ff&nk Tellfei 1 - and' ftlS, wife, who «oy reside'"at Dodrf,Jai, 'Atteftdln^ afi everiing of dining" fifid-dancing were'Mesm aftd Meidattie* Wal*ter Steward, Kenny Cook, Clifford Holding, George. Manus, Bruce Graham, Lawrence Chipman, Ray Hoppus, Howard Batt, Richar,d Lavrenz, Charles Curtis, Charles Spry, Vern Shipler, Bbb Hamilton and Gordon Oifford. ; • - JSfittM&!L •riiffimi J *< • 3s*' , « V''"'t|jr^. '•' .Hfcftr* • ''^v'Hifofes .. t ^W^M^0 ' MOINES Sunday School Programs Are Set At Ottosen . Ollosen i — Sunday 'school ^children, at" the Lutheran church Hvill- present their- ' program Thursday evening, Dec. 21, at 7:30 p.m. The program is entitled "The Book of Christmas." It is a Christmas carol service, with recitations; and special music. The Sunday school children at the Presbyterian church will give their program Saturday evening, Dec. 23. There will be scripture, recitations and songs. Sunday the Antone Speichs celebrated the birthdays of then- twins. Dec. 9 their eldest daughter Verona, now Mrs. Paul Berninghaus of Ft. Dodge was born then two years later on Dec. 9 they hztd a son Edwin. There Were six children in the whole family and the last two were twins. They are Norman Speich of Hampton and Arland Speich of Cedar Rapids. Following services Sunday at the Presbyterian church the congregation enjoyed an oyster stew after which a pledge meeting was held. Rev. Paul Stevens of Lu- Verne showed a film. Officers were elected at the Commercial Club meeting held Thursday evening. Mike Coyle ALGONA THURS., DEC, 14 Continuous From 1:30 P.M. MERCHANTS ANNUAL FREE THEATRE PARTY! QUIRED ROBES A lovely, selection of finest quality nylon quilted robes, in the popular Waltz length. Plains and floral designs. $5.95 to $12.95. Quality, Cotton and Corduroy Robes, $3.95 to $5.95.' Baby Doll Pajama; Sets Beautiful 3-pc. Baby Doll Pajamas Sets, direct from Mills. Set consists of lovely Baby Doll Coat, Long Pantaloons and pair of Shortie Pants. White and Colors. $3.98. $5.95 ALL STYLES; ALL COLORS ALLFABmCS Select .from Algona's largest'Sweater assortment," About'•every) style ' and color <:' •available'. [Ban Ion;, woolens',, fur blends, • : ' ate.' lmpoi:te r d (tallan:) knrts, , elaborately, ''.j};.' styled and valued to j $12.95 •'— NOW ' \ OMLY* '$5.00. ,Beauti- : ful bulky knits from $3.98 to $10.95. Qth- ers from $1,98 to $3.49.;;: ;,' ; , HANKIES... X PRETTY GLOVES Again we have the fine Hansen G'oves as well as many other popular brands. Many, many attractive styles, colors and fabrics. Makes a nice gift, Hatidspme Bags FANCY APRONS Fancy Aprons may be seen at Fowler's. All the wanted styles and fabrics/ for the most feminine taste. A wide array of Handkerchiefs in charming white linens. Lovely embroidery work. Also pretty prints. Give a hanky to that person you want to remember this Christmas with a "Token" Gift, , Attractivd /Hand Bijgs. in many shapes and colors. Plastics and Leathers, including the new Rambler styles. $2.98 to $10.95. 98c to $3.98 $1,00 to $2,98 15c to $1,98 PERFUME SPECIAL i.Py'^iiS Vivian? & "Three SrCo|rii);lil| >the fountain". ~ Nationally' advertised. AT $18,50 ONLY $1.95 Per Ownc? LONELY SLIPS Finest Nylon, pacron and Cotton Slips with beauti- ; fui lace trimming. As seen in Seventeen Magazine. $2.98 to $5,98 (-.' - ; . and GOWNS WehaVe the New Lengths in Gowns of, Nylon, P«c> ron arid Cottoni, She cart always use en extra Gown, which makes a gift to be admired, , 52,98 to $4,95 (Limited Quantity) ^^ ^'^wi^wi^^imwwm^ Thf e's Nothing Finer Or More Welcome Than Better Living Electrical Gifts Algona Municipal Utilities AMU WiANSYOUOWNITf

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