The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1954 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 14, 1954
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MBS. ARDETH HALVERSON ' ul •lUiHiivHF ^v ^VrAW A' MPJI' J^^L>, December 14,1954 Published By The Upper Des Mofne* Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Xmas Grade Operetta At Fenton Set For Dec. 21 Fenton—The'students in grades one through the sixth will present the Christmas 'operetta 'Where Was Santa' on Tuesday evening December 21 at the Fen- tori' schgol gym, at 8 p.m. The operetta is being directed by the ;teachers , of these ' respective gfade|, namely, Mrs Bernadetta : Gorans, .Mfs Alma Bleckwenn. Mrs Ha Helkes, Mrs Frances Helland, Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and Mrs Lebna Halverson and the music instructor',Roy Bitzer. There will be no admission charge. 2 New Cub Scouts . ' The Fenton Cub Scouts met Thursday afternoon in the Gerhart Hantelman home, Wayne Stoeber and Marlin Steinberger have joined the cub scouts. The scouts will have their Christmas party after school hours Thursday at the Hantelman home. Independence Mixers The Independence Mixers' met Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 7 with Mrs Joy. Jensvold with Mrs Eldon Rhoedes assisting hostess. Roll call was answered by 14 members by giving 'Christmas Ideas. A collection of $7.00 was given to the /Yule Fund' for Palo Alto county. Mrs Olaf Norland and Mrs Earl Lufkin was in charge of the entertainment. The group enjoyed singing Christmas Carols. Mrs Darol Underwood gave a reading. A cookie exchange with the recipe was an.interesting feature of the afternoon. The tables were very attractive with dainty refreshments. Miss Louise Strand of Emmetsburg poured. The January meeting will be with Mrs Ernest Votteler. It was reported that the 'Food Basket' which has been traveling throughout the township until now netted approximately $80. The men have been using this fund in-remodeling the Center school house which is used for Farm Bureau meetings. The ladies are meeting Ja~h. 3 at the school to do the final cleaning work. Mr and, Mrs Jack Woodwick • and family, Mrs Josephine Woodwick, Leonard. .Wood vyick :and Doris/Jean Mortenson visited in the Henry Woodwick home at Rake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Joe Madden drove to Des Moines last Saturday where they visited with Mr and Mrs Howard Boyer and daughter. From here they vyent to Cedar Rapids for a visit with Mrs Madde/i's mother Mrs Ida Kohl and other relatives. They returned home Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Harold Berkeland and family who moved to California about a month ago have established their home at Burbank, Calif. Their address is 2233 North Catalina; ' Apt. C, Burbank, Calif. Choir members of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew are giving a Christmas Cantata Sun- USED TRACTORS 1—1946 John Deere "G" Tractor^ with starter, lights and power troll \ cylinder, completely overhauled $1495. 1-1946 John Deere "A" Tractor with starter, lights and power lift. Has new rear tires $1050. 1—1944 John Deere "A" Tractor with starter, lights and power lift. Is ready 'to go, and only $850. Weisbrod Imp). Co. FENTON, IOWA "Say, this Speed Queen Dryer is really built for DEPENDABLE SERVICE You can take Santa's word for it — the Speed Queen Dryer IS b"ilt for dependable, trouble-free service. For convenience, too, with features like the In-a-Door lint Trap, conditioned-air drying and the Heat Selector for the safe drying of all fabrics. They don't make dryers better than this Speed Queen! And you'll be surprised what easy terms can be arranged. Stop io. day evening, Dec. 19. There ate over 30 voices in the choir.;, Th9 Christmas program Will be"'presented Thursday evening, Dec. 23. " • William Hanfelman, Martin Haritelman, Art MuelleT, Mai-tin Ohm, John Haack, attended a school of instructor on concert held at Algona Wednesday evening of last week. ' Mr and Mrs Lawrence Edwards of Ayrshire entertained' Tuesday evening -of last week, Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Delondj Bolte, Mr and "Mrs Don Steinberger, Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and Mr ' and Mrs Merle Vofgt. ' D'oris Jean Morlenson spent this past week with . Mrs Lu- Wayne Woodwick at Elrnore, Minn. Mr and Mrs Fred Brown were Ffiday evening visitors In the Peter Thorson home at Rin^sted. Mr and Mrs Joe MaHden v^ere Saturday evening dinner guests in the Marius' Nelson home .at Ringsted.' j Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell andi Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood of Algdna Wete Thursday evening -supper guests in the'Theo- dore Meling home at Cylinder. Mr and Mrs E. J. Frank were hosts to iheir 500 club. Mrs Geo. Jentz -woh; high score;prize for the ladies and Clarence Wegener won high' for the men. Charles Newel had low -score. Mr and Mrs Phil Wander, left Friday evening to spend the winter in Florida. They and the arrol 'Wanders of Ploom'ington, 111. will be in Chicago ove.r. the weekend, .. ' , i i Mr and Mrs Joe • Laffey and granddaughter Nicky Laftey of Armstrong were Sunday afternoon and', supper guests, in tlie Oliver Stoeber h6rhe. ( v ' . Mr and Mrs Donald Void of Lake Milles were Sunday dinner guests in the parental S. E. Stra- ley.hqme. . .• Mr and Mrs ; Clifford 'Douglas are' the parents of a 6 lb. 14 oz.' son born Saturday, Dec. 4 at an Emmetsburg hospital. He has been named William . Frederick. Mr and "Mrs" Fred Brown were Thursday evening supper guests in the August. Nelson home at Estherville. Sunday guests in the Ed Bruhn home for a family dinner were Mr and Mrs- Hilbert Hantelinan and family of jMahkatoj- Mr. and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman, Eunice and Paul, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, 7 .Mr; ana Mrs Martin : Hantelman 'and Mr and Mrs Merle Vpigt and;gjrls, ' ' Mrs Ella Huskamp of Fairmont has been a recent visitor in the Hans Baago home. * ' • Coming Events • Wednesday, Dec. 15—St.-'John's circle. Thursday, ,Dec. 16 — Blakjer W.M.F. Christmas party; Caroling arid :Chrislmas party . for St. John's- Lutheran Day School. ''Friday, Dec. 17—Jijn'lor and Primary Christmas Tree party at Me'thodist church; Christmas Cantata »at St, < John's Lutheran church, DepeW. Monday,. Dec. 20—Communits' Club annual .oyster stew; 1 Youth Division. Christmas party at Methodist church; W a 11 h e r League Caroling -and Christmas party. Tuesday, Dec. 21 — Christmas Operetta ati the'Fenton school. Thursday, Dec. 23 —Christmas program at Blakjer Lutheran cnurch; Christmas program at Depew Lutheran church. Friday, Dec. 24. (Christmas Eve) •'-'Christmas programs at St. Luke's Lutheran church and at St. John's Lutheran church; Youth Fellowship service of Carols and Candle-lighting at Methodist church. held at Emmetsburg,. Monday, Dec. 6. The Rev H. Lee Jacof of Fort Dodge spoke on Gerontology. ' ' : ; Mr and Mrs Wally Anderson of Ketchican, Alaska are visiting with relatives here and at other places in Iowa. They have been guests of Mr Anderson's mother Mrs Thelma Anderson. Other guests this past weekend in • the Anderson home wdre'Mr and Mrs Cecil Anderson, Gloria Jean and Mark Raymond of Des Moines. Mr and 'Mrs Richard Balk and farrtily of Algona also joined the group at dinner on Saturday in observance of Mrs Anderson's birthday. Club Will Bake Gift Cookies Fenion—The Friendly Neighbor club met Thursday afternoon, Dec. 9, in the home of Mrs Rueben Luedtke with Mrs Hans Baago assisting hostess. This was the club's annual Christmas party. The group enjoyed singing Christmas carols and Mrs Art Zumach read an article on Christmas. Mrs Ed Meyer and Lizzie Meyer had charge of the program. Community Club Ouster Stew Fenton —The Fenton Community 'Club will have its annual oyster stew Monday evening, Dec. 20. Tickets for the* supper may be obtained from Meji'le Halyersbn. j •• '\ _ •' j . ' • . • . ' j Hantelman J Auxiliary Host ^' ••Fehfon —Mrs Gerhart Hantelman was hostess to the Legion Auxiliary in her home .Friday afternoon. Mrs J. G. Beckley 'and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes were guests, and- 12 members answered ^oll calli" ; • . C During the business meeting, it was voted to send $5 to the ppm- iciliary at .Clinton. In place of the Christmas gift excharige, members gave 50c which • totaled $8.50 and this will bo' given- to the Soldiers Orphan Horne^ at Davenport. . The AuxiliaryiAias trouser hangers and window shade pulls for sale. Anybne desiring these should contact/prs Martin Ohm of any membfel?! ol the Auxiliary. '••. ' i.;ij MnS .Ed Bruhn and M&j Jjjhn Waite 'each gave a readingj|y -Mrs Lyndon Kerber : ani%'1krs Herbert Schlickelman attended a county Ho'me.makers .meeting Various contests andjgarncs were played with eveL'yortfe winning a prize; The secret sister gift exchange was held, revealing the secret sisters for this past year. New mftnes were drawn for scc- cret sisters for the.coming year. The Club will %gain make cookies to be distributed among the needy families in Kossuth county. Guests were Mrs Aciolph Peril nnd Mrs Hugo Denker the latter of Lester, Iowa. 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