The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1954 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1954
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4-Algena (la.) Upper Dei Melnes Tuesday, Detembef 21, 1954 talk on Christmas was given by their 1 pastor the Rev. .Louis Wittenburg. A poem was read by MrS Herman Meyef followed by a reading by Mrs Charles Hinz. Entertainment of "games was in charge! of Mrs Albert Hippen, Mrs Herman Meyei and Mrs ' riinz. Each member brought a Christmas gift, which was made ready for the hospital at Cherokee, a custom for many years. A gift exchange was enjoyed followed'by a pot luck lunch in charge of committee Mrs Louis Wittenburg, Mrs Allen Darby and Mrs Carl OroH. LuVerns Lady Honored On 80ih Birthday LuVerne—-Mrs John Ruger wfis honored with a party on her 70tli birthday Tuesday, December 13. .when her neighbors were guests in lha home of Mrs Mary Shultz. Mrs Ruger received gifts froni Mrs Martha Godfrey, Mrs Anna Hanselman, Mrs William Houpp' ner, Mrs'William Mpading andf Miss Hulda Fritzerneier. Birthday refreshments were served. Gifts To Cherokee < Ladies of the Zion Lutheran Church Aid held their Christmas party Wednesday afternoon. Guests of the society were Mr.« Leander Studer and Mrs Charles Brown. Carols were sung and a short HOLIDAY CHEER :?:-;',* from • ' i ' NICHOLS HOE REPAR W.S.C.S. Circles Meet Circles- of: the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, Dec. 15 as follows: Circle 1, at the home of Mrs John Ratnus with Mrs Glen Braynard assisting hostess. Briel busiridss was in charge of Mrs Earl Neal. A Christmas program followed by Mrs Albert Genrich and Mrs Neal. Auction was hela and a gift exchange enjoyed. Circle 2, met in' the farm home of Mrs Phil Henderson, with assisting hostesses, Mrs Alice Anderson, Mrs Ralph Stoll, Miss Myrtle Jordan, Mrs Harold Wolf, Airs Harold borensen and Mn Percy Brink. Devotions were led by Mrs Lloyd Larson. The lesson study 'was given by Mrs Phil C. Lichty. In place of a gift exchange, money was given to sick members of this, circle and Bother members as well. Circle 3, met in the home o Mrs Jess Lindebak, with Mrs Wm Prior assisting hostess. The devo tions were led by Mrs Frank San ford. The program was in Charge of Mrs Jess Jergensen. Mrs Jergensen and Mrs Harry Lichty gave Christmas readings. Carols were sung followed by gifts exchange. Refreshments were then served. Tuesday Club Meets The Christmas party of 'the Tuesday club was held Dec. 14, at the home of Mrs John A. Nelson with Mrs John- Voss, Jr., assisting hostess. Mrs Allyn Brink,presided. The grbup' enjoyed , Christmas music by records! Mrs: Ffed Merkle read a Christmas story. Games were played led by Mrs Edward Hof and Mrs Albert A. Sehipull in keeping with the season. In place of usual grab bag gift exchange, money gifts were given to be sent to the Iowa Children'!? Home In Des Moines. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Good Will Program The Good Will Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Robert Hardcopf with Mrs Tea Wagner co-hostess. Seventeen members were present ,and one guest Mrs Frank Sanford. Secret sisters were revealed and new names drawn. A gift exchange was cnjoyad. The project of the club has been com pleted, to be announced later, as it is a gift for a child of the community. Refreshments were served, club adjourning to meet in January with Mrs Charles Hinz and assisting Mrs Carl Swanson. Merry Christinas Frog Hollow Parly The Christmas parly of the Frog Hollow Birthday club was held Thursday afternoon in the farm home of Mrs Earl Detmering with Mi;s Earl Manning assisting hostess. Mystery sisters were revealed and names drawn for new sisters for the new year. The birthdays and anniversaries of Mrs James I Trauger, Mrs Robert Murray and I Mrs Van Hansen were observed and they received gifts. Refreshments were" served by the hostesses. Guests were Mrs Donald Morris, Mrs Groyer Daugard and Mrs George Detmering of Wesley. Live Wires Meet The meeting of the Live Wires 4-H club was opened by Geraldine Gregory, in absence of the president and vice president. Report of secretary and treasurer were approved as read. It was voted to go caroling, Dec. ,20. , An invitation to the 3oys ? 4-H Christmas party at the town hall, Dec. 21 was accepted. VIrs Braynard, leader passed out the covers to oUr record books and programs. Jane Harper and Sandra Jans sen gave a demonstration. Jane 3arby gave a talk. Games were n charge of Shirleen Schnetzei and Clandia Janssen. Refreshments were served by Sandra Heine and Annette Brayard. Morgan. Athletic Meti , Supt. B, ' $., Martin, Coach ; Bryce A. 'wlckeltt, Mrs Glenniss Harper, ^ielida Hanselman and Donald Larsoft attended the ban* quet of the Little Nine Conference held at Bode, Monday evening. Paifiiigs Were made for the tournament ,of . the Little Nine to be held Wfefik of January "17 at LSvermofei • > A Mew Mp aftd Mrs Haflan Helm of .Crystal L4ke became tHf parents of their ihit child,' k dauihter bofn at Fort Dodge, Deo. IB,' by Caeserian section, weighed six Ib. 3oz< and named Robbin Jo'. Mrs Helm is the former Betty Hefti, daughter of Mr and- Mrs Albert Hefti 'of LuVefne. Mr Helm Was a former teacher In the LuVertteX school. Thursday, Dec. 23 to Monday, Quests Thursday in the home of Mr and Mrs Clyde Dudley were his patents Mr and. Mrs Corlijs Dudley, of Lohrville and brother Mr and Mrs CorWin Dudley, and family of Liverm'ore. "Sunday visitors in the A Mr and Vomen's Club Party The home' of Mrs Jack Harris >vas decorated for the season /hen the Progressive Women's Club met Monday evening foi heir annual Christmas party. Christmas Family Traditions and Favorite Christmas recipes were given for roll call. Business was in charge of the club president Mrs Ray Agard. The entertainment was in charge of Bryce Wickett. Esther Merkle read poems. Gifts of toys were-brought i made ready to send to the Iowa Children's Home in Des Moines. Mrs Harris served refresh^ ments. Friendly Neighbor Party The Friendly Neighbor Club held their Christmas party Tuesday afternoon in the farm home of Mrs Curtis Morgan. Mystery sisters were revealed and new names drawn. The project of the club the past year, was sewing new clothing which was made ready for a Christian Home in Council Bluffs. Around a festive Christmas tree, a gift exchange was enjoyed. Ra- frcshments were served by Mra Mrs Milton Davis home were Mf and Mrs M. E. Davis'of Ft. Dodga and Burton Bunde and children of Livermore. ,.,-<. Mrs Amelia Behnkendorf visited her sister Mrs Idd Chlsm m Algona Friday to Sunday. A dinner Sunday honored the* birthday of Mrs Behnkendorf. Mr and Mrg'Milton Davis Visited Saturday evening ifi Rutland at the home 1 ' of' he? brother M r and Mrs Freeman Bunde. Mr and Mr3 Robert Surby and children.', W.aterloa, .spent the .weekend in .the" parental Mr and Mrs Phil .Henderson home. r > i - • • Christmas I I It adds much to the enjoyment of the season to extend to our friends and customer* Our best wishes for a MERRY CHRISTMAS,,, A HAPPY NEW YEARl BUD ROBINSON CONTRACTOR - BUILDER The Christmas, vacation of the LuVerne school will be -, from and may {he cbmfhd year rri .ou muc May the cheery Christmas Light cast its brightest glow into the New Year ahead! SECURITY STATE BANK "The Friendly Bank" CHROME CAFE Serving 24 Hours A Day Where the Hi-Ways Meet OUR FRIEND *5ANDY CLAWS, •IN CASE YOU JUST DiDNT-KNOW

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