The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1961
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(la.) Upp»f D«* Motn** Dingley is going id Des Moinos to spend the holidays \Wth Mr. and Mrs. William Nu- Mf. and Mi's. William J. Btck- er t will have as holiday guests tyft"arid Mrs, William Becker, jf., Indiana, Pa., and Dick Becker, fit*S»Uflg Oreetl, Va. , , mtf artdiMM. Thomas Pulne^ Will have as Christmas guests thfvrepective mothers, Mrs. Ruth *"**lef, Hutchiosbn, Minn., and Anna EVans, EstherVUle. i. and Mrt. N«»an Chris- arc Having ' Saturday for lirigton Springs, S. £>, for a . till Tuesday with the par- i,'Mr. and Mrs. Elmer* Chris-*. . dnd Mr. and Mrs. Albert -. and Mr*. Te*ry Christen- . will spend the Christmas end at Spencer with the ts, Mr. and Mrs. James P. Rstensen and Mr. and Mrs. . JaftM Wilcox. T < . " Mr. and MM. , dwrle« •t jf- . - *M, j^ , i . v_ •-, j r ' — MffeT, i iMrs: Williahi re S. !>„ arid jfoW inate -and Miehele/ tC *Ohio, c :as , guests during tnf'fiolidaya. lf . ,,.', Mr. and Mr4 rBuppert Young, wHl spend Sunday, at Wesley, w»» the form«rfs father, Olivei; Yoiing, • and Christmas; day MrQl- be- spent at EstherviM Wife Mrs.* Ydung*s mother, Mrk^ Ma£y JVies. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter and Darrell Dean are going to spend Cttristnias at Lotts Creek wltn ™7T J ~" ~*~ " ^ ^**,^> J "'' •• *r^ff " »**r fc*v« I" JVTAKV. Dy;|Mr. and .'Mra. 'Don iDammo; CoAiing. j|i lid! }i Mr. pd'Mrs. f A. il. Willrett will spend' the Christmas week at) ] Tit6nkat ; Vith ifie'' 'latter's mother, jlftrs. SClaus; | Wibben, while other, members , of< the family ar< js64i<d)Ag the ^holiday:, with relatlv^J~' TT if- * Allen spent, the. weekend at.Ta'ma with friends. He taught in* 4he schools there last tyear. ' i tfrs. Rose Loper wilHeaVe'Fri- 1 da« for Chicago to be with Mr. and Mrs. , John t McClintic ana family, Christmas, r Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd haa £ i Bre-'Chrrstmas observance Sunday at Britt with the former's mother Mrs. Bertha Lloyd who plans v to : spend the holidays w;ih anbther* son and daughter-in- law^ in Michigan. ' Mrs. Harold Erickson spent all of last week at Minneapolis with her mother, Mrs. O. J. Anderson Of Buffalo, Minn, who was hospitalized for surgery." Dr. and Mrs. Erickson will spend the weekend there with her. She is recovering nicely. Mr, and Mrs. Vincent Bernardo and family will spend Sunday and Monday with relatives, one day, at Emmelsburg with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bernardo Sr., and one at Humboldt with Mrs. Bernardo's grandmother/Mrs. H. S. Fain. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bell will have as dinner guests Christmas the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kettleson and Kathy pf West Bend and Mr. and Mrs Dean Elbert and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gronbach of Livermore and Mr and Mrs. M. O. Kinseth. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Beisell will have as dinner guests Sunday the former's father, Dewey Beisell, Mr. and Mrs. Al Roderiquez Goldfield , and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Beisell, Eagle Grove. The Dick Beisells will spend Christmas day at Blairsberg with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sadler. Mr. ann Mrs. Don Armstrong will have as Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue, Mr, and Mrs. Don Logue, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logue, Livermorf Mr. and Mrs. Rex Cottington Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs! Stan Segers, Fort Dodge, and Mr,; and Mrs. Larry Stiltz, Vlt- tprvllJe. Calif,, and the respective families. Rosa M. Hanson, Algona, and Qle M. FerndohJ, Boone, were married in Trinity Lutheran church here Nov- ?8. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated and guests MrerS the immediate family. Mi 1 . stnd, Mrs. Chester Fitch, 'Algona. daughter-in-law of bride, .served as attendants. The \yed4ing dinner • was held at Vftft'l We Wd lojkwlng a wed- tftl'OMjl} points in Ne- Mrs. Leena Baker will have her son Harry, Minneapolis, as Christmas weekend guest. MR dnd Mrs. EveteU Anderson will- have as guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Phil Anderson, Des Moiftes, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olsoh. , . , / = Dr.-and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and sdn Bill will leave Saturday tot. Omaha, Neb., to spend the Christmas weekend with Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart. '• Mr. arid MM. Lloyd Ashland are spending, the Christmas weekend with their parents,' Mri and Mrs. Carl Ashland and Mr.' and Mrs. Donn White, Cleai Lake, I ' M«, Berihar Pomrner; hid Mr. and Mrs. baNt) DeWa|iW,Itii6n-| ka, as guests Sunday. They were' enroute home from a visit With relatives in various parts 01 Kansas. Club Elects & i M-La "! i iT'-ni^in • Lakola! U f Cftib^mfet af tohime C. Vodraska to make candles and basket" "decorations' to * 'be* given coming year wjaltj feel.d^ |nd]the results are as| fo5|pws ed t as president's' was Hfirtzke and H-elected vice p*r ident, Mrs*jMichael Christ ! re-elected ] sejiretari'itreasurer'- Mrs. Char|e|j ft|OTtzke; assisU secretary-treasurer* is Mrs. Orv Kiepjt? .and, she. is, also .historian. Mrs. W, C. Vodraska was electee publicity jchairman. 5 , : j ? A Christmas' lunch' was served by the hostesses: Mrs. Charles Hertzke, Mrs. Michael Christ ,Sr., Mrs. John Griese and Violet Huettner- 1 ' Shower Honoree Mrs. Gary Jutting (Marilyn Rippentrop) was honored .^at an open house shower last Monday evening at the First Presbyterian church. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harlan Krtise, Judy Jutting played a piano solo, and Rita Kay Weringa sang. • ; . The bride was assisted in opening her gifts by her sister, Mrs- Robert Armstrong, and her sister-in-laW 'from Buffalo Center. Mrs. Mary Telkamp, grandmother of the bride, poured at the lunch table. i . ; , Hostesses, were Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop, Mrs. Earl Thompson, Mrs. O, M. Rippentrop, ^Irs. Robert . Rippentrop, Mrs. Ronald Heetland and Mrs. George Ennen. Pony Winners Santa Claus was in town on Saturday and passed out sacks of candy to the boys and girls. He also gave away 2 Shetland ponies to a boy and girl. Barbara Bauman was tlte lucky little girl and Steve Bierstedt was the lucky boy. The merchants gave away numerous other prizes at the drawing held at 3 p.m. Grandfather Dies Mrs. Wm. Meyer received word of the death of her grandfather, Harm Meyer, at Stout, Iowa- Mr. Meyer was in his late nineties. The funeral was Monday, Dec. 17, at Stout. Christmas Program St. Paul's Lutheran church held their Christmas progranj Sunday evening. Devotions were given by Mrs. Vincent Miller, Mrs Clayton Helyjck gave the topic, Darrell Clabaugh rendered a cornet soio, accompanied on the organ by Caroline Oroff. Mr- and Mrs. Walter Lunn and Eddie attended the funeral las, Wednesday of Mrs. Lunn's mother, Mrs. Mary Senenfelder at pows. Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley StecKei and family visited Sunday afternoon at the parental Roy Ehrhardt home at Swea City. Lunch was served by the Mary grp«p. , A short fiortducledi Charts Ing was jdent, Mrs. vhich _. ._„__ , . anied Mrt.. KehMetH:- AUkes sang. B f^fAJk* fSBI&^rai Irlfrii^i' ^Mn.4 A j- Jonn L/OTenDusn. read a poem and Mrs. Alym Boettchet jave the stewardship devotions. the program closed. ,,?T HAVW& FWaiAAKII cMrtttftftr; The children's -„ —,— .. gram of the St. Wul's, Lttiht ,,..«llthW*ttmorf4li nufs, spie^t. Ydli'H ... tpicdj. YdJi'H tirftf fcifd etan from tk* firwif $»Wf . Get your Christinas Hai fi I " ' >•' •» ».!'*.«*. : SWIFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKED CANNED , LB •••••A D-LD* HAMS CAN ARtlilJUR'S/ STAR BONELESS. FULLY COOKED; Jt A Bill •••* DELICIOUS AND CANNED it A R OIW*£U1.^_ <: fhLll* . CAN 6 VU)l Mri.Biclh^ MrsJ :rch wll be given , De^" ,The Firs ffettihgi .aibnj 4UM hottl^f , %** Mrs, Jasper Smidt afld - Mussttiah went , to Mason p.m. Sbl men Cook, Clare Donald Bulfef, « FRI. and SAT. Till 9:00 M That iidfla I * , i. i.J, ' S SMOKED » >' ' - ShfORT SHANK , tptirUt wJtfi bfown sugar ami efovrt fw-"'*' antl ftmDy ChrirtrW* iiispeeted \ SO FRESH • ' I . , . <j j II I CHICKEN GIZZARDS so.FRESH • j : »-Lli CHICKEN LIVERS y. «,.,.-..;.;' ,;.. * t 4?t ri n r*.»; TOPTASTE |0e fc.ta.i-s. Frail '•<**» > »«*•: '..;. pwfect f« holiday utet ' ^^-^mmmimmmm ^m-^ CCK LB. .... • ^f i , i ^ ^» alionaPs. Famous Pure Frest 1^%^% iROUNDBEEF 39 PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese , FKQS.-; . 3-oz. 'PACKAGE Cranberry SWEET Pbtafoes GARDEN FRESH W. K. 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