The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1961 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1961
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YEAR'S BEST CARPET BUYS! TERMS READ'S FURNITURE & CARPETS ? West of the Courthouse ' 8-Alflona (la.) Upper Des Molnet Thursday, December 18, LakofansHave A Host Of Xmas Visitors Christmas,dinner guests at; the Earl Paulsen .home were -Mr'anc Mrs George Paulsen and Walter Leslie. - ,••... .-.., Christmas dinner guests at the .Stanley Stecker home were Mr'anc Mrs Roy Ehrhardt of Swea City. Christmas dinner 'guests: at'U • J. C* Blome 'home; were Mr'and . Mrs Arlo Blorrte and family.. f . • • Saturday; Robert Hamilton went to Postvllle,. Iowa id get Mrs ; Hami 'ilton's mother, Mrs Tille Swenson, and-to West Union to get Mrs Alton Anderspn'smother, Mrs Ethel'Bol- lard to spend the' holidays at \the Robert Hamilton and Alton Anderson homes. Other, guests at the < Anderson's for.-Christmas 'dinner Were Mr, and Mrs Jake'Peterson Jr.-v '. • Christmas Eve guests' at ttie Hehry Bdetfcher home were' 'Mr' and •Mrs'Alvin Boettcher and-family, Judy Anderson of Ringsted. arid Mr and < Mrs.'Leonard Boettcher and family of Winnebago, Minrii '±- '•-•:•,. ' L :;Swiday'guests at;, the PM Ifbl- lasch home for a Christmas dinner were .Mr and Mrs Roland Sifiith Sr. Mr'and,'Mrs Roland Smith' Jr., Mrs Jennie Gutknecht,' 'Mr 'and Mrs Richard 1 Frank' and girls Of Mason City,' and Mr and Mrs Roger Smith arid children of 'Mason City and I Mr-Gus.Potthoff. * : ' '•" ; •'• : I > ; < '<• "Christmas' suppier guests 1 at 'th Alvm .Boettcher hohie \yere Mr, and Mrs Henry Boettcher and'Judy Anderson of. Ringpt'edJ /' - t ' '• •' '- • J,,Dr. and'Mrs' C. ,\pliam Daniels and Susan Marie "of Chicago are spending, the holidays, a( the parental Floyd. Clabau'gh home. • Mr; and Mrs ( John Furst and Jeffry had as. Christmas djnner 'guests Mr and .'Mrs Lelahd . Gordon a'rid family* of Carpenter, Mr and Mrs Henry Furst of Algona, and Mr and Mrs William Jurgens' -and' Danny of Buffalo Center. '• •• ; : : Dr. and Mrs ,P. C. ;Geilenfeldt and family were l Christmas Day guests of her : sister and family, the Leo Johnsons at .'Curlew, Iow&. : ' At Christmas, dinner 'at, Emma and Lena" Gutknecht were Mr and Mrs -C; A. Gutknecht, Mi-and Mrs Burdette Hoepprier and family; Miss Louise Thaves; Mrs Jennie' Gutknecht, and Ernest Wortman. Mr and Mrs Paul Kollasch and jamily and Mr and Mrs Robert Kollasch and family went 1o Bancroft on Christmas to the Kollasch family dinner at the Legion Hall. • Christmas evening visitors at the John Furst home were Mr and Mrs Ernest Heidecker and'Myra. Brief callers Christmas morning were Rev. Kruse and Pau. Mr and Mrs Thomas Thompsen spent the Christmas weekend with their son and family, the Rodger Thompsens at Poynette, Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs Luverne Edwards and Janice were Christmas dinner guests at the Clarence and Mildred home at Stevens. Christmas Eve guests at the Ted Wallentine home were Mr and Mrs Robert Wallentine and family of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Donald Fennema of Minneapolis, and Virgil. Sunday dinner guests at the Art Tietz home were Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Robert Tietz and family of Hayward, Minnesota. Sharon an Bonnie, daughters of the Rober Teitz's are spending the week i the Art Teitz's. Christmas dinner guests at th Richard Zielskes were Mr and Mr Alfred Zielske of Swea City anc Mr and Mrs Herb Zielske of Lak Mills, Friday evening Mrs C. C. Ger zema and Kent took Mrs Gerzema' sister, Mrs Etta Siemens to th train at Mason City to return t her home at Denver, Colorado. Mr and' Mrs Ted Wallentine anc family were Christmas dinne guests at her sister and family, tht Harvey Larsons at .Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Robert Beener o Iowa City came on Saturday nigh to spend the weekend at the par ental Ray Hertzke home. Christmas Eve guests at the Paul Hertzke home were Mr and Mrs Otto Hertzke and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Hertzke and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Sheldahl anc family, Mr and Mrs Charles Hertzke and family, Mr and Mrs Maynard Hertzke, Mr and Mrs Fred Stecker and Annette, Mr and Mrs Dave Bokleman, Mr and Mrs Robert Beener. Mr and Mrs Robert Sheldahl and family, Mr and Mrs Harlan Hertzke and family, Mr and Mrs Don Cordes. Sunday dinner guests at the John Rolfserna's were Mr and Mrs Robert Kollasch and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Kollasch and family of Buffalo! Center, Mr .and Mrs Ivan Rolfsema arid /family /of Elmoreand the Milton Trasamars ojf Elmore.:.. Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis went to Des Moiries Dec. 16 to get their son, Airman ' 3rd Class Richard Lewis tb spend a Christmas leave at home.' Richard will return; to Pease 1 Air Force Base',' at; New Hampshire. .'.".' '' : ; ;''' ,'Christmas 'dinner guests' at the WjlsOn^Bracks' were Mi; and Mrs Hugh Lewis,, Virgil and ', Richard; Sharon Mastiri of- Elriiore, Mr arid Ml$f Frank*?'Lewis 'o'f Minneapolis, Howard Lewis, Lawrence Lewis, Patty ihd \Gonn5e; Mrs Tice Brack Of Ledyard^ and..Frank Lewis, ...ChVistnVas? |linner: 'guests ';at' the Lee Olsons Were Mr','and:Mrs Merrill, Thompson 'and family,. Mr and Mr3 *Mtr1<ftf ttbllfri afiS'family -bf Buffalo Center, ..Mr and, Mrs Norman jSteyeris and boys, of Arm- itrong i and. t Mr and. Mrs Robert ShiJlingtqA and. family of. Algona., Mr. and .Mrs 'Paul .Kockler and girls f were,. ..Christmas, Eye guests atj^hb Walter .Kockler .home at Jancroft.. - . r , , ,, .. Christmas s dinner' 'guests at i the Jrville iRuby-homei and '—yRobert 'Ruby and family and indvMrs Paul-Kockler and family, ',.:• '.-'I":-''' t,.:-.' 'Mr;, arid .Mrs "Robert .Steele and .ena and Atta Johnson were Christ- «iaSh Day; guests.'cbf'j/Mr :t arid^fMrs ^ahce ;'Riebhoff. at- .Burtci Oiher;. sis- era •<•'• and families > from rBriclyn, ;Minn.vwere,;alsp-.there for a fariiily dinner.•:•• -•:':•;'};•'» <• -.• „••••,• ;• .-<. ;; Pvt '.Woody. .Elsworth from : ' Ft. Sill,-Oklahoma:arrived ;to spend a leave- at the; Hi 'H.:; Muratfy: home. Sunday'Dr. 1 . and Mrs H. H. Murray went to pension to; spend Christmas with their daughter and family, the Dr. Johri Lundquists. • j • ••; • ~' v • •Mr. and.. Mrs A; E. Weaver:were Christmas dinner-guests of :Mr :and Mrs Ervin Weaver at Buffalo Center;: ',' . i | !.'•:' .'•<:.. l '•' : . ' Mr Brid Mrs L. A. Nitz were Christmas dinner guests at the Paul l^ltz Home at, Ledyard, Other-guests were Mr and^ Mrs -Delbert -Wentworth and .family of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs! Henry Blome of El- moire.! • .- -.; ••'•:• • . ' -..-. • • Christmas dinner guests 1 , at the Robert-.Stenzel home were Mr and Mrs H: -B, Thompson -and: Herron of Ledyard. :Mr -and- Mrs Stenzel and family were ;Christmas evening visitors at the home of Mrs Elsie "itenzel. at'Elmore. •,,. i - .-• • Sunday dinner'guests at the Don Boyd home 'were Mr 'and.Mrs Roy Boyd of Boone and the- Eli Gutten- sergs of Dawsop, Iowa. . • Christmas •'dinner.' guests of Mr and Mrs Adolph Poppe Sr. were Mr and -.Mrs* Albert Sleeper, VJnand Mrs Albert Gootz and fam- ly, Mr and Mrs James Mayne and 'amijy of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Junior Poppe and Zada Mae.. Mrs. Frauke. Schadendorf spent he Christmas weekend at the Aired v Schadendprf hpme at .Lone Rogk where all of her children and grandchildren gathered for Christmas dinner,' Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Roger Shipler came home on a ten day leave, to spend the Christinas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler. Christmas dinner guests jn tne Earl Shipler hom,e were, Roger Shipler, Mr. , and Mrs. Oonak Mankle and boys of Mallard, Mr and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart, Mr and Mrs. Robert Ponnely anc Linda of Fairmont and Mr. ant Mrs. Russell Henry of Iowa City Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Speai attended a Young Adults Christ mas party in the 1 Methodis church in Burt, a week ago Sun -day evening. The group enjoyec a Christmas gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen anc family went to Mason City Saturday to do some last minute shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz, Greg and David were Sunday dinner guests in, the Ray Fitch home. Their son Larry, enroute by car, from Victorville, Cal., to his home in Livermore, was snowed in at Kansas City Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and family, Mrs. Minnie Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Lau and little daughter and Mrs. Elsie Moore were Christmas dinner guests m the Lewis Larsen home at Lime Springs. ftfr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear attended a pot luck supper, put on by the Ruth Circle of the 3urt Methodist church, for their msbands.' The supper was held n, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton. There was also a Gift exchange. , Mr. and Mrs. dliffcird Youhg 'spent Christmas ' day , "in, Clear ;Lake, with Grandma andfGrand- ipa Young. ' •• - - ' - -, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch 'Kqrene and Judy, .Mr. and .Mrs Ge'dge' Hlx and' Mr. and Mrs Edward Harms- and family were Christmas dinner and supper guests in the Arthur Hix home in Sexton. ; • , • Mr. and Mrs.. Johnny Spear and family were guests a week ago' Friday evening in the pai - ental Forrest Willis -home, in honor/ of Mrs., Willis' birthday. •Patty .Willis was also (home from College, ,for the Christmas holidays. ' Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mr. and'Mrs. Roy Ringsdori and Mrs. Lulu' Ringsdoj-f of Burt .were Christmas :' dinner guests in the homei .of. Mr.' arid; Mrs. Brink Shipler of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gamble and Linda, of Des Moines we/e'a;so guests of the day. Mrs. Gamble "is a daughter of the Brink Shiplers. Mr. and Mrs.. Gene Ringsdorf and two boys of Estherville ana Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefeld ana Bret were Sunday evening supper guests in the Donald Ringsdorf home, for an early Christmas. • .-.'.''• • •:Mr. and Mrs. Victor'Fitch and Judy visited' in the Martin sini- merman home in '• Whittemore Saturday night. •••'•.. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen were guests at an early Christ man. dinner: in the Harvey Lar sen home. Other guests were Mr and Mrs. Jack Thompson of Min neapolis, Mrs. Effie Teeter ana Donna of Algona, Mr. and Mrs John Teeter and Stephany oJ Bloomington, 111. Mr. and Mrs Harvey Johnson'and granddaughter-Mariane, Lloyd Broesder ana Robert Arend -of Algona. Mr.> and Mrs. Jack Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. EugeHg Thompson and Ricky spent Christmas Eve in the J. R. Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Jean were Christmas dinner guests ; in the John Von Bank home at Bode and supper guests in the James Esser home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan and family spent Christmas Eve in the Tom Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Kenneth Were Christmas Day dinner guests in the Floyd Duncan home in Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and family and Mr. and Mrs. Thees Snakenberg and family spent Christmas Day in the Martin Becker home in Algona. Mrs. EuClair Meyer and Mrs. Edmund Larsen were hostesses at a Christmas dinner in the Meyer home Christmas day. Guests were the Quintin Bjus- trpms, Jim Lindhorsts, Arrie Dittmers, Duane Dittmers, Otto Harlans, Howard Sarchetts of Wall Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and family were Christmas Day dinner guests in the Richard Bristow hpme in LuVerne and evening visitors in the Marvin Marlpw home, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phelps and boys were dinner guests in the Bernard and Chas. Phelps home Christmas day. Mr. and —_—, -, Mrs. Rollo Moore, and*'family Were" afternoon'vi^itori, '"t ,-Mf. ,and MrsVWen'defi Chris- terisert and fa'miljf . and '-Mr? '• £hd Mrs. Wilbur Ghfistensen and family were Sunday dinne/ guests for an early Christmas,-in the Clarence Christensen home. Mrs. Lawrence Govern, .Mrs. Hilma Carlson and Mrs. Robert Wood gathered at the Clifford Young home to finish the year books for the Portland Progress club. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .Govern and Vincent were Sunday': tanner guests in the Milton Farrow home for an early Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell, Ghris- tensen and family spent Chris;- mas Day in the parental, Emil Haase home-in Burt. Other guests were Ruth Haase of Iowa City, John of Jackson, Minnesota, Mr and Mrs. Emil Haase Jr. of-Swea City, Mr-, and Mrs. Paul .Clausen and family of Fort Dodge, and Alvina, Paul and Albert of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Goveri, and Vincent Govern were Jiosts and hostesses for the rest of the Govern families at a Christmas dinner Christmas Day. .. ; .. "Nobody can successfully start false rufnors. about you if you live so'nobody can believe them." .".': ' . ' ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Farmerette 500 club' held their annual Christmas party MondaV evening at the home of JOrf'&M Mrs. Raphael Faberi'.The husbands of club members .-we're guests and a gift exchange tote held. Receiving high prizes wfere Mrs. John Capesius and Martin Friders; low prizes to Mrs. Clarence Bormann and Bill McGuife. Mrs. Delmer Plathe received travel prize. Mrs. John Capesitis entertains the club Jan. 31. :! Young people horpe .for the holidays are Judy Wagner, Doris Ann Kohlhaas, Ruth Ann Klein, Judy Bormann, Delores Berte, all from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, Jean Marie Thui, Jo Ann Erpelding and Connie Sinnwell,, Des Moines, Alice Sue Bormann and Stanley Klem, !owa State at Ames. James Er- >elding from Loras College, Du- nique. Albert Christensen and Ronald Illg from Omaha, Nebr., nd Alverta Berte, AIB, Des Moines. ,. ltj . Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Evanson, nd daughter from Omaha, Nebr. re spending the holidays he»-e with Mrs. Evanson's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Reding and other relatives and friends. : ' Mrs. Mike Hofer entered Si, Ann hospital in Algona Thursday as a medical patient and returned home Christmas day. Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas entered St. Ann hospital as a medica'l patient Friday evening, returning home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. David Thul from Mountain View, Cailf. arrived here Saturday to spend the holidays here with David's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and family and other relatives arid friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kollasch are parents of a son born Dec. 25 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Pvt. James Larsen spent here with hJs wife Jean and her , pfif fint§ Mr. antt Mrs. itomh B&ket>§fMTidla-m* ily ahdi'flth fWJffcaAfeft'* relft. tives iffi HtitobdldV-Pvt. Lafsen is sfatibried- in (Mi]* ,Carsoft, mas heite Mr%, M home Saturday ifom ,Bodge .' ••• • ..... • - — •"-"•-•- ------- 5. -»•!.'. *,..°.^*i Kansas where she had been with her sort David, whd underwent teck surgery two -weeks previous. ' Home On Leave {; f fei'r3? < '^ihisdt>rf ) Who' ' is.' hi U.iS,fNaVjc 'boftt trirfnlngrftt San ftl^gb; Cal', Is spending t&d holi« da^S' with his mother, M«. Lil- Uan Rirtgadorf) and with* otnet- relatives here. C-ther guests at Ringsdorf's, Christmas weekend, iricluded Mr^. ahd Mrs. Tort Zit- tritsch, Spencer, who also visited the parental Mr. and Mrs. E. H. 2ittritsch home, Mr. and Mrs. Pelfe G6dfredson and members of the RiHgsdoff family. MISHAP Russell L*tttiB9" fti -fifeW Hamjs* ton was injured redetttly; when a grain elevfltbi?' fell ori 1 lilfti. His left knee and-right leg Were injured. The elevate^, Was being ta« ken- out j3i & ; dWt}' when it was tipped 6ffr|ByJht£ Wifid,^ Redd The Want Ads - It Pays! with 24-MONTH ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE 0 gives up to f-.- Exclusive All-Action frebd ydu Wairtio-n: In tfie CENTER of the t^ad^where you need it most! ALI^'B tZ E S LOW PRICED - , i. ' \ ~ • ' - • r • • . - • ,- t t ''• .' ? •- \- ;; I.-- : ' : !'i;: i;' ' ' •-.•;.. •; : i 6.00-16 * A"'.- . the °"l'. ini11 tread. 1 * .££*?»:~"?» ."«« h«»nl, Repnlrsi made wl M replacement, prorated; ort ireaa wear and |based on Il(t •price* ^current at time «f adjustment. 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