The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 23
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vy-»v>. ' •Jt c* 1 * J I \ Weds In III J^Lr * * e $N of Infer- 83^^,^.28^^^ Kerr, daughter ofr Mr, t and ' \ Joseph Kerr of f ufto'n, «" came the bride -of'Tbm OTUW . son .-of-the' Virgil koores, long time Seneca resiflems' rioTw Ifvifia at Dolliver, at Immaculate Con* ception Church in Fulton Tht couple planned a. Chicago honey: moon before leaMng'for, Lompoc, California, Wher6 they Will make their, home. : ~. t * ' The bride,-a graduate" of Fulton high school and 'St."Ambrose College' Division of Nurslne Davenport, has been employed as a registered nurse at St., Joseph's' QHnt8H/ r fh attended jfratf by Jhe fron , the groom's par tt, ¥**; Wl Moore Kls sisters £nd brother's Mar tlobert ilda . y . Dee, 3 'the brothers sisters and inlSWs of th? groom held "Op£n house" for, the « a A. the ' Methodist Doll iver for approxi- guests - The bride's ' Mrs. * « on ' " came for the occasion 'and were 1 week! UM , ts fl t the; Virgil, Moores. newlyweds who had planned to leave- the n^xt. morning' for heir new home at Lompoc, Call- ornia, -had their plfins chariged or them Sunday evening when he groom had to be hospitalized due to a severe ear infection/ He was released Wednesday night To each of our many goocl friends we send our heartiest greetings «nd best wishes fof a happy holiday season endowed with great times and good fellow- ; -Mr/.and.,'Mrs. Calvin Vimdt Were ple^gantW surprised ; Suri* flay evenih| ( ifce.'io;' on th¥if }6th, wteddlng anniversary when •friends and relatives' dropped in fit itheif. home. Entertainment consisted of, playing' 600. Relatives and <frle*nds attending We¥e* Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peye, Mr, and Mrs- Don Shaw, Mr. and Mrs/Lyle flewel, Mr. 'and Mrs. Marlln Wegener, - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, 1 Mr. and Mrs fildon Brown, Mr. and Mrs* 'Paul voigt, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers. Mr, and Mrs, 'Calvin Vaudt had high scores' aftd MrS. Eldon Brown ladies low and- Don.Shaw had metis,low.*' 'Eunice Johnson and Calvin Vaudt were married De6. 15, 194& at Fairville Lutheran church. The couple has four children, Candace 12, Randy'8, Glenda 3, ano Gayle 4 months. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "Your GAS Company" mtraM&u!3r«ftfrmm<ii(a^ff Seneca Mixers Meet The Seneca Modern Mixei -lub held'their Christmas party t the home of Mrs. Herbert irause. Birthday members hon- red were Mrs. Roy Hinz and Urs. Ted Jensen. Mrs. John Joi annesen had charge/of the en^ irtainment; Plans were made for the Club parties to be held in January at which time the. husbands of the club members are guests. The January party will be held at the home of Mrs. Wayne Nyman on Tuesday eve rung, January 9th.; 1 Son-In-Law Dies , Seneca relatives of the Ben Sloters, Troy Groye,'ill., received the shocking news Monday evening of the sudden death of Ben Sloter, son T in-law 'of Mi 1 and Mrs. Everett 'Whitham. Mr Sloter, 52, suffered a fatal heart attack while at work Monday afternoon. He is survived by his wife,' the former Irene: Withami two daughters and one son. Mr. and ; Mrs. Everett, Witham accompanied by' Mr. and Mrs. Slmer Witham, Mr. and Mrs Robert Thiel.of Jeffesori, South Dakota, arid a brother,'of the deceased from Corwith,- left Wednesday morning'for Troy Grove The funeral was held Thursday. The Blakjer Lutheran church Women held their December meeting and Christmas 'iparty at he church basement' Thursday fternoon with Mrs. Odey Cher- and and Mrs. Amey Cherland as Hostesses. Mrs. Fred Johahneseh ead ; the Christmas story. */r Th< X Bil ^ e Study was Siven by Mrs. Ole Pedersen and the Cause of the Month, The American Lutheran church, was presented by Mrs. Melyin Bratrud. Offerings were received for the Cause of the Month also 'for the American Bible Society and Book Mission. ; Refreshments were served at a table beautifully decorated in tiie Christmas motif. Sentral High School library is the recipient of 135 new books Which have been added recently. They were purchased by the school from the general school fund. Sentral high will hold' its first adult evening class Monday, Jan. 8 at 7:30 p.m. The tuition fee will be S5 for 10 lessons. Mr. -and Mrs. Jerald Jentz and :amily m&ved last Thursday from .heir farm home south of Seneca to the, farm of his mother, Mrs George Jentz, located 1 mile eas Plan Fun Night -•'•rtM?"^ , c ? unt y 4 * H F"ft Nile will be held Thursday. Dec. 28 starting at 7:30 at the Algona nigh school gym. The evening will feature a variety of garni* bingo, entertainment numtfers and the election of a county 4-H King and Queen. Prizes will be given to the highest scoring junior and senior group in the game division arid to those Dlayit,,. bingo. Each 4-H club is eligible to enter a King or Queen candidate. Committee in charge is Duam.& Galen Metzgef, Whittemore; Rosemary Gisch, Lucille Gade verdean Shaw and Doug Jergens °n> Algona; Rosemary Ulses and John Mescher. Hurt. Visit Shut-Ins-" Members of the Couples' Club of Trinity Lutheran visited shut- ins and aged persons on Sunday Dec. 17th, as a part of their'an- nual Christmas 6bservance. They sang favorite Christmas Carols, ine Club members prepared the Christmas gifts usually distributed iri connection With the annual cnnstmas Programs of Trinity 'Lutheran. These are to be held on Dec. 23 and 24 at 6:30 p.m. Union Boys 4-H The Union boys 4-H had a meeting and party Dec. 12 at the civic center. Dean Taeter and Russell Shaw led the group in games. The members ekchangeo guts and each member received a gift frqm the leaders. The club ««•' Kenneth Strayer and Bill y£? d £?'J?,- g i ft '. Lu «ch was Mr aiKTMrs George Homer Payne of Donna, TexSa, anriouriee the flSPM ™^ dauAgh !E er Shirley Ann to Mr Carl Dean McBrlde, son oi Mr and .Mrs Walter A. McBnde of Algona, Iowa, on December 25, 1961J at 80 clock in the evening at the Church of Christ, 113 North Main? uonna, '1GXBS. . » * ' 4 «,h«™ i ^ P M 1 ^ -5 a l eni . qr at Abilene Christian College, Abilefle^ Texasl where Mr McBnde obtained hLs degree in mathematics this.past'Spring g - C ° plP - lan to make tfteir home in Bryan,-Tj^wheTe'Ml and 1 mile north,of Fenton. Mrs'. Jentz recently moved into her new home in Fenton. Another son, Mervin Jentz and family Who., have'been living in Fenton moved to the farm vacated by his brother's family. MERRY CHRISTMAS Hormel • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman MkMk*ukMfl^h^h^flMHMM«MU. Patricia Dolan spent from Fri day till Wednesday with her sis ter and brother at Ft. Dodge. . Mrs. Ma'e Dolari -and- childre spent several days with her par ents at Ringsted. Mrs. Ed Marlow entertained her card club Thursday evening Mr and; Mrs. Laurence ; Kemn; entertained a group of!friends a a card party Thursday evening The Lady Forester Xmas party was held Sunday afternoon Tor husbands and friends who were invited. Dinner was served at noon with a large crowd attend mg. Cards were played. A Christmas Concert was heiq at St. John's school Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dudding en- pertained a group of relatives ana friends at a card party Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Cletus Dorr and Arhss spent Saturday evening at St. Benedict helping Ben Don celebrate his 83rd birthday. MIMEOGRAPH STENCILS AND ' typewriter 'and Pub. Co., Algona.' mabhlhe ' ' < r; ACCIDENT : Robert Greene, of Ainswoiih was seriously injured recently in a corn harvesting accident. He was assisting in unloading corn When vibration caused part of a door to fall into the self unloading wagon and in reaching tp remove it, his'hand was caught in the spokes and pulled into the machine. It was necessary to amputate his left arm above'the elbow near the shoulder. John Wise, an aeronaut, was the first man to suggest airship bombing. He petitioned Congress in 1851 for funds to carry oui his plans. greeting sJusf « lign*jjfiearted greeting to wish our friends and patrons a Merry Christmas and a Holiday Season theitY cheery and bright.^ BUSCHER BROTHERS IMPLEMENT 1050 North Main Algona ^ PUBLIC NOTICE • JMH^ , All Law Offices In Kossuth County Will Be Closed . . . -SATURDAY, DEC. 23rd AND ' >SATURPAY, DlEC 30th K0SSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION Mg*M (to.) Upper Das Moln«-7 WELCOME GIFTS - 6ASY TO BUY PERSONAL FILES All Metal, With Locks, In An Assortment of Colors LOW COST - LAST A LIFETIME UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA May the glory of the first Yule shine like the star of Bethlehem in your hearts. ' OF ALGONA & EMMETSBURG «<^^^«teJ»asJS<<&ftaa^ i sJBWBS* Merry Christmas and good wishes to everyone in every land. P f dt e t BROWN kill SHOESTORE ALGONA, IOWA The Shoe Store That Takes Care Qf Your Feet THURSDAY! -'4 $•> ai i" *« ty al ei 18 .s- to 3d b- >ol ed to fl» re, eli >r- 3St re- ity STARTS •on er- /as oa-

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