The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 17
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Services and interment were held at St. Matthews Lutheran church at Granger, Minn. , Dec. Attending frohi this area were. Mrs. Elizabeth Bdum'an of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hertzke, Mr. and Mrs. Lou -Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Srriidt, Peter Smidt, 'Mrs. Frauke Schadendorf, Mrs. Fred Mabus, Mr. and Vtrs. Adolph Poppe, Sr., Mr. arid tfrs. Junior Poppe, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske, Rev. and Vlrs. La Verne Meinecke all of Dakota, Max Nitz,: Frarjk Nit'z, Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zielske >ot Winnebago, and Re,- fina Poppe of Blue Earth, Minn, Jecoraiing Contest.' /.' , ' ' The' 1 Lakpta -GdriimuhHS' Club s again; sponsoring a Christmas display.: Contest.. Gift'.,certificates will be ';.( awarded wjnners /for irst and second prizes for three, classes. Classifications, and prizes are outside. religious display, lousejorj window.- display- lifeht- ng and exterior i illuminated Christmas trees, Wreaths,. hpr»«s lighting; 1st prize, $10 .gift: cer- ificate, 2nd prize, $5" gift certifi- ate. ..''•• . . •"'' Judges will, be' chosen by Com- nuhity-Club'committee 'and will >e .out of• town, persons. =.'•.-' '•: ' Judging will: be done the week of'Dec. 17. -•:•>••• • •.'•'": : .; Lakoia Luckies Met ; ;• ; — /The Lakota Luckies 4-H club met Saturday at the home of Mrs, :S. ; P. 'Powers.' Margaret PoWers was 'hostess.' '• 1 \ ' * Linda Hoeppner and Kathy Christ gave <aj demonstration and Margaret'Powers ; gave a' talk. Arliss Christ \ was ; in charge bi recreation' ,v i : •'.. ' '•>•'.••• ' •' The girls .packed cpokies, and' took'them! tq 'shut-insJin Lakpta. Lunch was served by the hostess. . , . • Circle Meetings ' The'Esther circle of the Presbyterian church met Thursday afternoon at the home of • Mrs. J. E. Ukena. Devotions in music were, given , by 'Mrs. Verrion Smith and'^Bifele st.udy by Rev. Kruse. •- tl Miriam circle mets at the home of Mrs. H. H. Murray. Devotions were given by Mrs. William Wirtjes and the lesson by Lena v Gutknecht. Mary circle met Thursday ev?- riing at the home of Mrs. Don Boyd with Mrs. Earl Paulsen as assistant hostess. Devotions were given by Mrs. Henry Dontje and the lesson by. Rev. Kruse. Audrey Ruby gave "My Favorite." ALGONA doffs. '• Airman 2/c Gary Sheldahl is now hdhie on a Sff da^Vl^afe fol* lowing a tour 6f duty in Korea. He Will return to Blytheville Air Force Base in Arkansas. Sunday supper guests, at the Robert Stenzel home were Mrs. Elsie Stenzel of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stengel' and Debbie of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stenzel of; Elmore. The occasion was Mrs. Elsie Stenzel and Sheila's, daughter of Roberts, birthdays. , , '•'' Sunday .dinner guestsr at the home of Mrs. Greta Stecker were Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Stecker a/id Annette \ot. Ringsted, tyrs. Regina Poppe of Blue Earth and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stecker and family. Sunday afternoon guests at the Craig' Meyers' for Nancy Ann's 1st birthday, were her grandparents, Mrj and .Mrs. Pop Donrtel* ly and- family of Buffalo, Center and Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer of, Lakota. Mrs. C. C. Gerzema returned home Friday after a- week's' stay at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs, Gerzema was there for surgery.- . Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley were Des Moines callers Monday and Tuesday. ' * Mr 1 , and Mrs. Robert Ruby and family arid Mr.' arid Mrs. Earl Thompson and family visited Sunday- at the John: Simmon* Koine' at _ Stevens to ihelp Mrs. Simmons celebrate a birthday. Saturday 'evening , .visitors at' the Stanley Stecker home for Mrs.' Stecker's birthday were Mr.'and Mrs. Roy 'Ehrhardt of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Brurio Stecker and . family 01 Thoriipsoh. . ' ;'.-, Mr; and Mrs Dean Meyer and Mr. and Airs. Craig Meyer and Nancy were Wednesday supper guests at their parents, Mr. ana Mrs':' George Meyer to help Mrs. Meyerjcelebrate a birthday. ; Sunday afternoon • visitors at the George Baurnan home were Mr. and Mrs.-Ernest Bauman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald David .Ley was home from Buena Vista college at Storm Lake at the .parental W. D. Ley home. On Saturday Mrs. Ley and Dave were Mason City business callers. Mr, and Mrs. Erlt Klaher of Kamara were Friday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Frauke Schaden- , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christ vis- ited'at the Henry, Boettcher home Thursday.; ' , Clarence Boettcher of Modesto, Cal. .came to visit ; his parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Henry Boettcher Dec. 7.-. ' Mr. and.Mrs. Norman Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Neilsen, Armstrong, ' were, Wednesday evening visitors at the Hugh .Lewis home. Mr. an£ Mrs. David Boekelman were Sunday afternoon visitors at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman at Titonka. ; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christ were Sunday visitors at the Eugene Christ home for Mrs. Christ's birthday. • »Ledyard .Township Homemakers will meet,Dec. 15 at 2* p.m. for their annual Christmas. party at the home of Mrs. Maurice Carlson. Gifts will be exchanged and secret pals will be revealed. La Mont Junkermeier was inducted into the army Nov. 20, and is now stationed' at Ft. Carson, Colo. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Lena Gutknecht, Mrs. I. E. Wortman and Mrs. John Smith went to Algona where they attended a meeting of the Kossuth Co. Republican Women's Council. Sixty merchandise prizes will be given away Saturday, Dec. 16, at the drawing at 3 p.m. At 2:00 p.m. Santa Claus is scheduled to make his appearance to give away sacks of candy and treats to the youngsters. They will be BASEMENT TOYLAND STOCKS ARE STIU COMPLETE BUT HURRY! m ^f- mm •§ wn ED WOLF, Owner given number tickets fof the drawing for the two Shetland ponies that will be givert Way. Charles Pen-in and J[erry McMullen, boys basketball coach, took 19 boys to Spencer Saturday to'attend a boys basketball•cUn- ic. • Mrs. Jay Budlong ,hds been 'staying with her mother tat Northfield, Minn. Her mother recently broke hef hip. ' '<• •,'. The Student Council has {federated the 'study hfill with & tree arid other decorations in $rei5a>- atlon for the coming festivities. School. will , be . dismissed for Christmas 'vacation Friday, fiec. 22, at 2:15 p.m. The Acorn club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. H. H. Murray for the annual Christmas party with Mrs. V. A. fiai- rctt co-hostess. Mrs. Barrett reati the Christmas story. Mrs. Don Boyd and Mrs. Robert Beemer had a display of Christmas things they had made. The ladies each brought a gift to send to Chei- bkec. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The Luther League of St. Paul's Lutheran church held a Christmas party Monday evening with Pastor and Mrs. Meinecke as hosts. Leaguers brought gifts for crippled children at All World War One Veterans and their wives or widows are invited to the Pot-luck dinner and meeting to be held at the American Legion Hall in, Algona at 6:30 P.M. on Wednesday, December 20th, 1961. The Tall Corn Barracks No. 688 and their Ladies Auxiliary will meet at that time. , ; An interesting program and an evening of good fellowship is assured for all. DR. L. R. POTTER — Commander Tall Corn Barracks ROY McMAHON — (Quartermaster MILTON G. MORTON — Adjutant P.S. Please bring a covered dish and your own table service. Hot coffee will be furnished. Jamestown, M. D. After games, lunch was served. The United Presbyterian Women will hold their Christmas program and coffee hour Thursday, Dec. 14, at 8 p.m. The program will be in the sanctuary and will b6 conducted by the young people. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 IT'S BEAUTY TIME I Thursday, December 14, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moln«-St ESCAPE Herman Iben of near Manchester narrowly escaped injury recently when ground in front of his garage door gave way and he dropped into a hole, catching himself %vith his arms. After he crawled out, he found he had fallen into what is apparently an old well or cistern, about 4 feet square. It was found to be 15 feet deep, filled to within about 4 feet of the top with water. MOORE BUSINESS All sizes. Upper Des Moines Office Supply Dept., Phone CY 4< 1535, Algona. And the Greatest Gift Of All Is Beauty Look your loveliest during the festive time ahead. We'll personalize one of our most exciting new hair styles to flatter you. ... 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