The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1961
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T—-. - i i ,-. : : 1 " > " Wesley School s sSl^ii^ ™5J°°¥ 5?!»<P*iM afwLTilm Mate. and , cdbkie MrsJ W; 0«m», ' 6th; grride teach- 6r, Tuesday 'aW' school. * ? Wednesday noon, -a turkey and I Mrs.; Luther tfygaard .and guosl. 'Mrsl Detm^ririg 6 jSTthe school secretary., J , ' • > - Mexican ; Trjt>' j j,' j', -1 ? J i I Mrs. 1 Mary Oesjterreicher^ and Louis of^Titonka, Dr, Alice Sartor of Charles City and, Mrs. Mag Bleic|i of Wesley left Thursday \ froh'tiay vacation in Mexico qty;and other points; in that area. j. i J j . ; [' , A Li- t wia^jborn-Wednesday, to'Mf.sand Mrs. Rollin J& of. fBritt; They now .have four .sons '"a'n'd' a' daughter! 'Mrs! £,? r /I J ^4 . .'former ,'Maxine Klocke. Mr. and Mrs. Herniao Studer .are,.'the., patefrtal' grdnd- parents., : ; -; ' - i% •; / , -/... Mr. .ahdfMrs.; Don, .Vpgel; and familir; of fEohryilJe .plarined t6 come Saturday and " spend, .'.the hohdaj* iweekend in the' parental ; Joe Meurer i home. American Legion ' Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Jan. 4. j j t i , , . Irwin Martin of the naval base at San Diego; CaL came 1 Saturday, to spend a 10-day furlo'iigH» at the parental Ree'se Martiri home. Mr. Martin, who suffered a heart attack Thanksgiving" Day,' is re-^ cuperating satisfactorily and made his first trip up .to his barber shop .Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weig ana Michael were 1 Christmas 'Day guests in the Gene Schuler homei Mr. and Mrs.. Wm.; Nadelhoffer and Mr. and' Mrs.i Ri j j; 'Saunche of Eau Clairj ;Wis. ! jand,ErwIn .Haynes of 3oone spent t'h'e' h6li- day weekefld in the parental P. C. Haynes (home. All were Christmas dinner ; guests in the Bill H^d, home A in { Algona, , ; . , Mrs. Alice Hirner and son Ro- lahd have gone to Elcho, Wise, to* spehfl ;thfe ]wmteri months; with Wendell Williams and family. ;Mr. and Mrs. Craig Loebig ol Hercules' Missile Site in Chicago spent Dec: -19-26 in the parental Bill Loebig home. Mr. and' Mrs. James Walmsley and 7 family of Corwith and, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan were Christmas Day ' guests in the Leonard Arndorfer home. Mrs: Marguerite Gardner and son Curtis of Algona were Sunday, guests in the Leon Gardner home in honorpf Marlene's birthday. 'Mrs. Fred Seefeldrwas also a guest there. , , . ' Christmas Day' guests In tnu parental Fred Eden home \yere .the Hugh Haverlys of Renwick, Alvin Edens of Woden'iand Don. Edfens of Tltoftka.firid |hei|'fami "• M*> and Mrs. Lou Lifcttteig- had as thei* aihner guests'fiec. 24 the 13e6fge Idektfclf, fdmll^.tif Bflm W-fihd the B6b 'Lfekfeig fam- iiy, 6f Algona. christftia? fDay |U6st9 wej*e the, Albert' a«d Jfom Lfckfeig- families, of Wesley Ifiria the Ed Keflyciit family -dfi Whit' tembf 6. > ; 1 1 1 ' , ' s { . \ t Mj*. NTeiKLy6ns flfld Mrs. 'Let* B« n , b of '•Chicago brought Mrs. Paul Flaherty Hbfne Dec. 17. Mrs, Flaherty « had is"pfeht two Weeks ih Chicago! ' * ; Jt i • ' ! i Evangelical Free S u .n A a y School Christmas pfogrtmlvas M-esentcd -.Suhdhy \ evening, Dec. Joint service of Upper Flat .and ocal church was held at 6 o'clock Christmas morning. ' Nety, Years Service will be held n the local church, at 8:30, Dec. 31. -The program ' will be , in charge of the Youth Fellowship group. Lunch will be served and a closing service atfll p.m., i Sant& Glaus distributed ov6r 400 bags of candy, nuts and ffuit o Children Saturday afternoon, Dec. 16., The treat was contrjb'ut- d by business and professional men of Wesley. , Carol Root arrived home Wed- esday from Winona t Minn. vhere she attends St. Terfesa ollege. She will spend her holiday vacation at her parental Lael Root home. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Philip Studer entertained theil- 500 club.'"Suhday evening, Dec. 10.' Ralph, 'Schipulls Will have the next party.' '/ ' '•' .Mr. and Mrs. Al Jondallrflnd Jody of Des .Moines, planned, to come ; Saturday ., to spend • the Christmas, weekehd : with .her parents, Mr. and Mrs'. Charles Weiri Mr. and Mrs; ;Lyle Weif ' and Scott of : Grand 'Junction planned to spend Christmas Day at his parental (GhaS. Weir home. Scott Davis and Mrs. Grdce Martin left Thursday for Ottumwa. He had spent four weeKs here in the home lof. his sister, Mrs. Chloie Simpson. Mrs. Martin, who 1 makes Her home with Mrs. Simpson, will visit. -in Ottumwa. Jim Harper, elementary principal, Mr. Friederi, high schobi- principal, and Will Welters, ,supt. of the Wesley-Corwith community. school, entertained the. faculty of the schools and 'the employees 'at, a wpffle>bre!akfast in the Corwith building Thursday morning. • , . : St. Joseph's Guild held theh- regular meeting Tuesday evening, Pec., 19. Erma Kunz, w*s elected president, Lucille 'Hirnef, vice-president; Justine Becker, and i( ..MarJe . Dpughan, _^ 1 . . ita Youngwirth, Lucille Nelson, Angeline Foertsch, and Clara Erdman.' Circle 9 served lunch. • Danny Arndorfer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, enlisted in the air force and left recently for Lackland Air Base in Texas. He was in his third year at the University at Iowa City. George Kemper was released Monday, Dec. 18, from St. Ami hospital, Algona, where he had beeti for a number of weeks for medical care, • . > Mrs. Alf Studer spent most ox last week in Mason City, where her husband was .a. patient in Mercy hospital. He entered Sunday, Dec. 17, seriously ill of a cerebral blood clot, ' > • FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulant* and Air Charter Algona CY 4-3731 Burt Phpne 233 PLAN YOUR TOMORROWS DAWDAY WITH A Ptfk Calendar Upper ri Moines Publishing Co, AIGONA ' s:ays vvith confidence in the future of/America, with confidence ft the future of Kossuth County, dnd the communities we serve. : n > .•,'... Give thanks for the blessings of the past: y ear; for the privilege of living in this great America . . . for the privilege of being in isuch a fine community as Algona. , 11 < lo be of greater service to'everyone who depends;uporf bur city for their supplies arid services, ' ' '"'."'' - nnn &-\rt*t?f\fHf &L..— I »•__• • •* _.•*..._ • ' * •• ' ••'• •• • • and express the hope that we may have the privilege of serving you during this year. vice is offered to further this hope for this year. Everything Possible is being done to make Algona the very finest "SHOPPING CENTER" to be found anywhere. It Is Our Hope that 1962 will bring to you those things which ' will afford you and your family the greatest happiness./ . , •• > HAPPY NEW YEAR Iowa State Bank Algona Laundry fc Pyy Cleanen Algona Flour & Ftcd Viking Oil Co. Rusk Drugg-Jawelry ChrUtanten'g Bugcher gyoa Implement Algpa» Produce Cp. • T _ T; ,,,_ K ,,.,_. TC: ,,,, m _ = .^ Universal Mfg. Co. Percival FROM YOUR FRIENDS IN BUSINESS! Fowler'8 of Security State Bank Beechor kane Appliance Sirayer Standard Service Sherwin-Williams Paint« Funk Plumbing 8e Heating Hood's Super Valu ' i Carson's for Color J. C. Penney Co. Honsbyuch Drug THE FRIENDLY CITY Consolidated Co-Op Creameriea Home Federal Savings & Loan AM'U. Bolsford Lumber Co. Kent Motor Co. i Bros. Garage & Oil Station 1 Taylor Implement Co. Shoe Donovan SpeeiaHy Shop Smofee Shop ShilU Brownbilt Shoe Store .- ,,, ,. -. ., . ...^.. . .j. BlQMom iMurance Agency CoMt-to-Coa»t Store (The Hub Clothiers) Algona Theatre Co. The_CbnschjiUeg Store North Iowa Appliance Center Zender'i Algona Plumbing & Healing Bjusirom Furniture Co. Kossuth Motor Co. Foster Furniture Co. Irons Heating & Plumbing Laing Plumbing 8t Heating Jack's O. K. Tire Service Saiter's PavU Paint Kossuth <Radio 6c Electric '' HuUell Office & School Supply Graham'* Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment ""'"'"" "••••> -fl -»'»• " T - -,.--!.-. - JU--J Sharp'! Thermogm Co. 01 Alaon* Ernie WiUJaroi — John Deere North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Algon> Greenhomei Bomgaar» 5 it 10 Waldron'i Cafe Heady-Mix Concrete & Lumber Wiltgen Jewelert Lindsay Soft Water of Algo Hawkeye Bowling Lanet Pau Gartge & Body Shop Bead's Furniture Frederick Hardware Uaacson Studio Post Transfer fe Storage Kelley Lumber Co. North Central Public Seryice Co. Modern Pry Cleaaert , k,*, _ v

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