The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1961
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fla.jt Upper PM Motn»* Thursday, December 21, SWesley Boys 4-H met Dec. 13, ,it.,the home of Charles Nygaard. /"The year's program was passed; out to the members. Plans mMajSt*^ made to be held Saturday, Dec. 16 with caroling for the shut-ins of Wesley and a party at Joseph Skew's afterwards. !l Wishing You Jovial Christmas And Happy New Yiear ' FROM THE WHOLE FORCE AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. ...:'"• Southwest of the Courthouse CY 4-3554 Algona] <&>&!»Si!tMi89JB^^ « ,/ Whiffemore Man To Patrol Helps Whiifemore — George Wieh- teridahl, who was a patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona the past week, was released Friday morning. Friday night' he suffered a severe relapse, but was reported in good condition following surgery Saturday night for removal of stories, from, one of his kid" neys. 'He was rUshed to Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Wichtendahl and her son Delbert contacted patrolman Bill Tordoff of Algona 'to ask for assistance to get her husband to Ft. Dodge as quickly as possible. Tordoff took Mr. and Mrs. Wichtendahl and Delbert to Fort Dodge. ',•••-.• Mr. and Mrs. Carl .Siebreckt of Storm Lake were Saturday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph - Sebers, September Sue and.Steven Lee of Albert Lea, Minn., /were weekend visitors at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs. They were- Sunday dinner guests of :the former's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Jioseridahl. , ' St..Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society held-its Christmas party Thursday afternoon; in; the church. -Secret, pals were, revealed and names for J962 pals were drawn. Following ^a skit, i program and singing Christmas cai- ols, a pot luck,lunch, was served. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith visited the latters father, Edse Vaux' of West Bend Saturday, a patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. — Sylvester Elbert Was released from St. Ann hospital in Algona Saturday. . . • ••'•.'•••• (daughter of Mr, and Mis. J. , McDonald. t o^i^r - '' Christmas f>ro<jratiia A Christmas program will be presented Friday , at (the M"* 4 **' dist church at fiSOrp.m.. Great .Lfght" will .Be gj the junior and senior fay people, followed by exercises and songs by the rest of'the Sunday. School. ; ,, J>.«..,£, The program entitled I ?irii6 Message of the Bells" wlfl'tfe. presented Christmas * Eve at-thfr Bethany Evangelical ahd v '-!fi£* formed church at 7 p.m. ' • ' Pack Meeting The first pack meeting of Pack 79 was held Wednesday.'' night "with Cubmaster Lowell .under- bakke in charge of the meeting and the presentation of Bobcat pins and certificates of registration to den mothers, committeemen and institutional representative. • Skits were presented by the boys of three dens. Den 1 received the attendance award for having the most pai- and Scoutmaster also in atferiH- ents present. Boy Scouts Paul Nitz were ance. School will be dismissed Thursday at 2:30 for Christmas vacation. Classes will resume Jan. 2. , ' ',-> The students in kindergarten through sixth grade of the Ledyard Commuiiity School presented a Christmas operetta, "The Toys That Had to Wait", Wednesday, Dec. 20. Main 'characters Were Judy Blome, Alan Johnson, Shirley Menke, Marlene and Marvin Johnson, Cynthia Klinksiek, Craig Klocke, Lynn Munyer and Marvel Ann Qrvick. grand regent, was presented ft Rosary from the Cottftr At' the* busihe^ffilfe Retarded Children, of KossUth county received $35 and Rev. Leo C, Sehuttiaeher,' Rev.' -P'., M. Sturm and St. Francis Sisters received gifts. Shower Honoree Bertha Berte was honored dt a pre*nuptfal shower in St. Joseph's hall, Sunday afternoon with relatives and friends attending thp courtesy. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Nicholas Weydert and Mrs. James Stahl, Mrs. Edward Beeson received chair prize and Mrs. Peter C.''Reding received the door, prize. •'.. Miss Bert'e, daughter of- Mr. and Mrs. John Berte, will be the bride of John Reding, son of Mr and Mrs. Harold Reding, all from St. Joseph's parish, Saturday Jan. 6, in St., Joseph's church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinhwell, peter Erpelding and R-NU club members husbands • Wefe guests Sunday evening' at the home of Mrs. Adeline Wagner at their Christmas party. A Christmas gift exchange was held., In 500 high ririzeS were Awarded to Mrs. Nicholas Weydert ,and Orville Wagner; second high to: Mrs. Orville Wagner and Sylvester Wagner. .Joyce Capesius leaves'for St. change following An afternboh 600, Ella McDonald Shower Honoree At Leclyarcl I Ledyard — Ella McDonald was honored at a pre-huptial shower Saturday ( night at. Sacred Heart Catholic church. ' Guests • :', were -registered by Thelma Steehhardt'-an,d Mary and Molly GelhauS had. charge of the gift table/ ' . ; f Mrs. Jack Krebsback was in charge of the program and introduced the out ~pf ! town guests Mrs. Rose' r Kehrtedy, mqther 6F the groom, Mrs. Alice Kenn.edy and Mrs. Juanita . Clark, all of Bancroft,-and Jeny L Meyering of Humboldt. . • f i . Mrs. Lorraine Hamilton, Mrs. Vernon Haag, Mrs. Krebsback and Miss Meyering assisted with the program. (". • Hostesses were Mesdames Rose Anderson, Catherine Mino, Mary Krebsback, Lorraine Hamilton, Marie Rotterman, Patricia Jorgensen, Rose Gelhaus, ElcJoia Anderson and Connie Inglett. Miss McDonald will be marrie later this month to James Ken nedy of Bancroft at Sacred Hear Catholic church here. She ,is th St. Joe CD.A. Holds Annual Yuletide Party ;Si, Joe -^ CD A held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening, Dec. 13, followed by the annual Christmas party.' A 6 o'clock, pot luck dinner preceded tHe meeting.' : ' ' ! ' • *;' Sixty-six ladies attended, with court whist prizes awarded to Mrs. Vernon Berte and Mrs. Nick Petersburg, Fla. Friday via plane from, Fort Dodge after spending three .weeks here with relatives Reding, daughter of and friends. ! held. ^ , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, is expected home Friday from St. Louis, , Mo. where she is a stu dent at the .Anesthetist Schoo at Barnes hospital. Gerald Reding is at Lacklan Air Base : at San Antonio, Texa for eight weeks training in th U.S. reserves. Mrs. Reding i staying here at the home o Gerald's parents, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Reinald Salz en tertained the latter's 500 club Sunday evening with the hus bands as guests. A Christmas gifi exchange followed an evening o cards. Mrs.' Willie Thilges and Harold .Thilges. received high prizes; Mrs. ' Leonard McGuire and Clete'Salz received low prizes. Mrs. Leonard McGuire entertains .the ,.clu,t) , Jan, '25". _. ------------- ------ . Margaret Reidmiller ehtertain- A &;« exchange was ed her 500- club . Thursday 'after- Mrs. Francis Erpelding, noon witjiU Chrjstmap t gtft e x . " ~~ Mrs. Alphqnse Berte, secon highland Mrs. Jbhh Thul, low Mrs. Thul wilt'etite'rtairi the clu Jfln. 4. :., ,, s Mr. arid'Mrs.-DaVid ttiul from Mountain View, Cal. are expect ed here for the Christmas ant New Year-/holiday season and al so to attend;the double Weddih of Davfd's sisters: David is th son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ThUl. ,','•• Pierian • Friber •' came 'home Thursday from Mercy hospital Fort Dodge, where he was a med ical patient two weeks. Ufa. 'Eugene ,-Thul came.homt Monday ffoni St,.':Ann 'hGSpita in Algona where she was a medical patient the past week. Bond Sales Lag Iowa citizens purchased''$10, 622,370 in United States savings, bonds during- November which was the -highest dollar volume for any November in six years. .This amount,,brings the eleven- month total for. the state to $131728,344 for 88 per cent of the 1961 quota. L. W. Nitchals, Algona, volunteer county chairman, reported that sales in Kossuth county during November were $72,277, boosting the eleven- month total to $1,081,001 for /u per cent of the annual goal. ^ To all our *\ neighbors.) friends and patrons! NORTON MACHINE WORKS ALGONA, IOWA ( ^^^^P , r^_ _9MM(P THE SMOKE SHOP Exchange Gifts The Riverdale Friendly • .Club had their annual Xmas banquet at Plantation last week. Fifteen couples attended. After dinner cards were played.. High, prizes were awarded to Magdalena Zeller and Lawrence Thilges, low to Hubert O'Brien 'and Dorothy Berte. Door prize went to Mrs! Lawrence Thilges. A gift exchange was enjoyed by all. STORAGF CABINETS, metal, at CTpper des Moines. Science SHfiHlcs Piles w Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Paift Ni* T»k, M. ,Y. (SpMbl) - For tilt flMt tlia« tetaric< tat fonad * a«w healing ittbitaftM *lth the »«toa- tohlng »b!Hty to ihrlnk hemolf rtoldg, ttop iWWug, mad rtllm , pftln - wfthottt tutgety. , In tola after eass, »hfl« ir*ntly MlUvlfeg pain, actual reduction <*hrlnkag«) took place. ' Hoit ftttULxiiil of «1I—Mtnib MM 10 thorough that inff«r«f» tt«j« astonishing *tAt6ffi«dt8 Ilk* "PU«g have (eased to be a problem I* The secret U a new heallnjr *nt>* : •tafic* (Bio-Djme*)—dlscorety tt A world-famous research instltati, ' This gnbstAnce U no* atallabl* la ntppotiterv of tintmtnt /om • under the fiame Prtpwati** #*, At ill drof MINNEAPOLIS""""* ALFRED - WESLEY - ARMIN GARAGE & SERVICE STATSON DICK McGINNIS HELEN PASSMORE DWIGHT BRUNS HARLEY TROUTMAN JR. 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