The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1954 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 14, 1954
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UppM.Des Mains*. Tuesday, December 14, 1954 AROUND ALGONA Mr and Mfs Craig Smith spent M6nd6# and Tuesday of last week' at Sioux City where they visited Mr an'd Mrs ten Vroaiv icar. Mrs Gatl Mdrck Jr. Was hostess to her bridge' club'6n Thursday evening. Prizes wefe won b'j> Mrs Bob LaBaWe and Mrs Craig Smith. Miss Maxjorie Hauck's fourth grade at Bryant school have invited their parents to a Christmas program and- party 'this Friday evening. ,/. •'.*'-. ; / .••;-- ,.. • The Mariners Club bf the Presbyterian church . : had a family Christmas pot luck Sunday evening at the church, gift exchange. There was a Westminster Guild, business women's organization of the Presbyterian church held a Christmas tea Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs M. B. Brower. Mrs James Merryman was hostess at the Christmas party of her bridge club last Tuesday evening. Mrs Jack Hernon and Mrs Orlan Ott received the prizes and there was a gift : exchang.0. Mrs Ray Besch and Mrs Stanley Muckey entertained at a miscellaneous bridal shower fonRuth Ann Spear Sunday afternoon at tr bescn home. Miss Spear will be married soon to Gerald Thuente. ' Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen and Mrs Rex Voyles Went to Des Moines Saturday, The Hernming- sens met Mr and Mrs Don Akre for the weekend and Mrs Voyles visited her sister, Mrs Glen. Frederickson. Mrs Ethel Chubb and Mrs Mary Quinn went to Boone, Sun- 'day, where they boarded a train for California where they WIM visit Mr and Mrs Peter Chubb. Mrs Quinn is Mrs Peter Chubb's mother and Mrs.Chubb is Peter's mother. The two sections of kindergarten pupils at Bryant School will present a Christmas program on Thursday. Mrs Ruth McVay is the teaches and parents will be guests. The morning group's program'is at 10:30 and the afternoon's, 2:30. Mrs William Schuijer gave o party Thursday afternoon in honor of the sixth birthday of her daughter, Pamela. • Guests were Patricia Gurwell, Jean Ruth Sigsbee, Carol Adams, Sandy Carr, Kathy Boudewyns and Diane Dunn. Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl had their family Christmas on^Sunday at their home. Guests were Mr and Mrs Craig Vinson and Tom, Jane and Peggy of Rock Rapids and Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and Bob and John of Fairmont, Minn, and Mrs Agnes Laidley. Ardis Kresensky has arrived from Chicago to spend a few weeks with her mother, Mrs A. E. Kresensky. Ardis has completed her classvyork toward a Master's Degree in Religion at Columbia College nnd i= now working on her thesis. She has resigned from her job in Chicago.- '; ,, •;• • Mr and Mrs rtenrieth Sirahorn, Mr and Mrs George Harris and Mr and Mrs Duane Lighter gave a dinner party Sunday evening aS a, farewell courtesy for Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson. The party was at the AJgona Country Club aM the visiting. evening was Mrs Stanley Muckey enterta!n« ed a group of girls at dinher Mott- day evening in honor of the 12th birthday of her daughter, Jo Ann. Guests were Cindy Hardy, Pant Waller, Siri Norton, Sharon DeGroote, Diane • Markla, Cheryll Immerfall, Mary Lairig, .Margaret Yeoman and Evelyn James. Announce Engagements Of Two LuVerne Girls HUB CLOTHIERS GIFT TIP! gftrigqrtfare^ Give Him GLOVES LEATHER GLOVES, lined or unlined, 'end' in the .very richest of leathers. Pigskins and choice imported capeskins. A "lot of OK flfl glove for $OiUU STADIUM GLOVES that are swell for driving and for most other occasions. Leather palm, with knitted back. They're just as warm as toast. In tan . ^J^-ftfeJSs«5»J&to^*^:»J&5: LuVerne — Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler of LuVerne have an* nounced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy Dimler of Fort Dodge to William Gray of Eagle Grove. Mr Gray is the son of Mr and Mrs Elwood Gray of Eagle Grove. The wedding will take place Saturday, Feb. 5, in the Corpus Christi church in Ft. Dodge. The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss LaVonne Carroll to Leland A. Davis oi Corwith h>6 been announced by her parents Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll of LuVerne. Mr Davis is the son of Mr and Mrs Riley Davis of Corwith. The wedding will take place at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Corwith Tuesday, Dec. 28, at 9:30 a.m. ' School Honor Roll The honor roll for the second six weeks for high school students are as follows and ''announced by Supt. B. E. Martin of the Lu- Verne school. Seniors, Gloria Harmon, Herbert Huff, Keith Kubly; Donald Larson; Junior, Suzanne Harper; Sophomore, Annette Braynard; Freshmen, Audrey Hanselman, Karen Hanselman, Sharon Reddel and Mary Too hey. Auxiliary Gift Exchange The Legion Auxiliary met LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS CO. Monday evening with Mrs Harold Wolf, unit president, presiding. A program of music was presented by Mrs William LittleJohn, head of music of LuVerne school. Two numbers were enjoyed by the clarinet trio, Ronald Martin, Katherine Bockes and Geraldine Gregory. The group then enjoyed singing of familiar Christmas carols followed by a gift exchange. Hostesses serving refreshments were Mrs Emily Guy, Mrs Frank second band of twenty-five meni- ! bers, with several numbers and much enjoyed. A gift exchange was then held and refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs Carl Groh, Mrs George Schnetzer, Mrs Robert Hardcopf, • Mrs Burtis DeNio, Mrs Clarence Krause and Mrs Harold Trauger. Open House Dec. 19 Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson will celebrate their fortieth wedding anniversary, Sunday, Dec. 19. Open house will be held from two to four in the rooms of the LuVerne Methodist Church. No invitations are being issued but they wish all their friends to attend. Seventh Birthday Kathy Kessinger was given a party after school Monday in ,the home of her parents the Rev and Mrs Robert Kessinger in honor of, her seventh birthday. Kathy received gifts from her friends, Gary Holderness, Michelle and Kajthy Andre, • Gretchen Zenter, Michael Stripling. Barbara Pergande and brother Steven Kessinger. .• ;- ' "'. of Mrs 'Martftd Scllnefde!? Tuesday afternoon.* Mrs Eli Bfiger was given a prize for bidding and making'ftlne'Jtt 600. ThO Christmas party of the club will be Dec. 11 ( with Mrs. Amia fiari- selman. jMrs Eddie Meier and son Roy went Friday morning to-Bushnell, S. D. to attend funeral/jserv- ices for William Landsman Saturday afternobn. Mr Landsman 1 age, 85, brother-in-law of :Mrs Meier, passed away at his hbme there after an illness of .ten days. He is survived by'his wife, the formeir Edith. Juddj two sons- arid twd daughters. Pvt and Mrs. Harold .NiSlson, Jr.. were honored with a* dinner at the. home of his grandparents Mr and Mrs AkSel Nielsen Wednesday evening. Dinner, guests included his parents Mr arid Mrs ftarold Nielsen, hi* bro^ the?, Mr afld Mrs Robert Nielson, his sistef Mf and Mrs Dale ZehU ner, Qfetch'en and fonimy and his aunts, Mrs-Marie Hunt, and Mr and-Mrs Walter Engel. • - Another quilt is in the process of beifig minted in the home oi Mrs Curtis Morgan by several ladies of the Renwick Evangelical United Brethren church. Max LaU, who was a patient at the University hospital, Iowa City, has., returned home and is at the home of his daughter Mrs Laura Meyer. , Santa' Glaus comes to town Deo. 18, with treats fof the children and a free moVie at. the Vern Theatre, sponsored by the Farmers State .Bank. / . ' Mareia^Stone, daughter of Mr and Mrs-Ray: Stone, and a freshman at Iowa: State college, Ames was one of the 650 Voices of the college wh6 fttok batt in the pre* sentation of the Messiah, Dec. 5. The Missionary Guild of the Presbyterian Church held ltd annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs EH Eager Wednes* day afternoon. The meeting was opened by a devotional service led by Mrs Bertie C. Ramus. Mr and,, Mrs Clifford Holmes visited Monday eVenirig in Fort Dodge at the home of his nephew Mr and Mrs Eugene Klassey and sons. . . Mr and Mrs Leslie Calkins and Susan visited her mother; Mrs, Julia Pergande Sunday who is convalescing • from surgery; in Blue Earth with her mother Mrs Margaret Schwab. The Comrade Sunday School class met for its annual Christmas party In the" roohis of the Evangelical United -Brethren church Thursday evening. Meet* ing opened with a -devotional service and lesson study lei by Mrs Jack Hefty and daughter Norrria Jean. After the routine business in charge of president Fred Merkle, the social hour of entertainment was conducted by Mr, aftd Mrs George Johnson. Council To Meet Algoha's city council will make up tonight (Tuesday) the meeting which was'postponed .last Thursday night. %A report 6n the curb and gutter plans will be heard, and a possible trade for a ne\y city truck will be discussed. HUB CLOTHIERS GIFT TIP! Gronbach, Mrs Earl Mrs Fred Hinz. Johns and Two Enter Hospital Mrs Ralph Stoll entered the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Monday, where she underwent surgery Tuesday morning. Miss Verlaine Johnson was taken to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Tuesday evening for medical treatment. Miss Johnson is employed at the Farmers State Bank. Band Mothers Meet The regular monthly meeting of the Band Mothers Club was held Wednesday evening with 25 in attendance. Mrs Allen Darby presided. It was voted the Band Mothers serve lunch after the midwinter concert by the school band in January. Mrs William LittleJohn, head of music department of the school, then pressented her HUB CLOTHIERS GIF^TIP! w S!asW«^^B^«»w«uwii^«ijrt*«r8» from McGregor & Sea Island The Royalty of American Sport Shirts Mrs Lichiy Hostess Mrs Harry • Lichty was hostess to -the Canasta 8 Club member's at her home Monday evening. A 6:30 pot-luck dinner was served and Christmas decorations graced the serving table. Canasta was then played and awards, Mrs Duane Neal, Mrs Carl Groh and Mrs S. R. Baker. Gift exchange was'enjpyed followed by refreshments.' 500 Club Party The Just-F,or-Fun ' 500. card club met Tuesday at ,the farm home of Mrs Joseph; Nb/rcross. At play, high, Mrs Gordon 1 ; Gregory, low, Mrs Wayne Warmbier^ and travel Mrs Earl Jansseii. . The Christmas party of the club will be December. 21, with Mrs Sta'n- ley Genrich. ' . .' Friendly Club Met The Friendly Card Club, were Worth of Toys FREE When You Buy A New NORGE Appliance' Look For Full Details On Norge Dryers Elsewhere In This Newspaper THOMAS SKELGAS Phone 221-W Algona up At the Hub, a five dollar bill buys the slickest sports shirts that have come down the pike — lustrous rayons and soft gabardines straight to us from famous McGregor and Sea Island! Rich plains and glorious flashing patterns in true color beauties. They've got that Christmas dash and flash, ladies! LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS CO. FILING SUPPLIES File Folders Index Guides Folder Labels Hanging Folders Card Guides Index Ctjrds Aico Index Tabs Remington • Victor Filing System Shaw •• Walker Filing System Discus* Your Needs With Us Nowl Upper Des Moines OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. Phone 1100 Algona BRIGHTEN HIS CHRISTMAS WITH... Sports Slacks You can hit the "target" every time with a man when you present him with a beautifully tailored set of sports slacks. Especially a pair of these Hub gabardine or flannel slacks. Also 100% wools. Make it Sh AC slacks for him! 9i9w Men's Sport Sweaters From Lambsknit and McGregor. Soft to the touch as a kittens fur, and cut full and roomy. Also McGregor Cashmere blends at $11.95. Pure wools, Orion blends at „ nylon $ 8.95 and up | !» a 3»t^^B!Mi^^uj»rtgar8^^ LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS CO. HUB CLOTHIERS GIFT TIP! «if««mt^«8l^^ Racks and racks and racks of Christmas ties at the Hubl . . . bold ties, conservative ties, striped ties, foulards, knits and all the restl The cream of the tie crop presented here this Christmas' from Wembley and Superba. They're all chosen from a man's point of view, too, so you are completely and perfectly sure of your choice here. J8W8J9JStoJS<sX£sJaa^^ LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS CO. WE'VE GOT NEWS FOR YOU Once a year, at Christmas time, we write an advertisement just for the MEN, The rest of the year, we talk only to women, But we want to tell you men that this is,the store where your wife or sweetheart likes to trade and that's the place where you should buy your present for her. There are THREE MEN in this ladies store to help you, You won't feel embarrassed. We'll sell you only what we think the "little lady" would like. No high pressure—no strong-arm methods. We've got the goods that women like. That's all, Come in Men, we'll treat you right. The Chrischilles Store

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