The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1954 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1954
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(la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, December 21, 1954 [Merry Christmas!' We Hope Our Friends Find This Christmas the Merriest ... the Coming New Year, the Happiest) Rapid THERMOGAS Co. ^(f«^[me<if»<^V»af^l^, SEASON'S GREETINGS SERVICE STIfM3UlSHEP , PERSONAL , REASONABLE AMBULANCE 7///AND ALL GOOD WISHES, FOR 1955 ! ««jjft«iiiJ$0*&»«^^ CLAIR BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY I P.W.O.AtBurt Has Christmas Perrty, Dec. 15th Butt—The regular meeting of the Presbyterian Woman's Organization was held at -the church Wednesday, Dec* 15, with the following hostesses; Mrs Alviri Andreasen, Mrs Rnnald Ortman, Mrs Fred Howard and Mrs Larry Holding. Mrs Mawdsley opened the meeting with a prayer, followed by group singing. Mrs Geo. Becker read from a chapter of Isiah. Mrs Nordine also read and officers were installed. Mrs Meinzer had' charge of the Christmas program which followed. After group singing, Evelyn Mawdsley and Georgia Angus sang, a reading was given by.Mrs Hamstreet and another Xmas story was read by Mrs.Meinzer. Mrs Boettcber read the poem "A Greater Radiance" which was written by Margaret Durant of Algona, and a duet wa^ sung by Evelyn Mawdsley and Georgia Angus. Viola Backer accompanied the singirtg. Tor business the service committee was instructed to send a gift of fruits to the Curtis Rest Home, and Mrs Donald RingSdorLplassed out 1955 program books. Mr and Mrs Nels J. Nelson entertained recently in honor of the birthday of their small granddaughter Jeanean Chaffeq., Guests were Jeanean and her parents Mr and Mrs Roland Chaffee and her grandparents Mr and Mrs Wilford Chaffee and her uncle Roger Chaffee. Jeanean was four years old. Mr and Mrs Donald Patterson with sons George and John spent a day in Des Moines recent- iy visiting Mrs Patterson's mo- ther, Mrs Johnston. , 'Mrs Max J,anssen and children of 'Bode visited' with .Mrs Janssen's grandparents thS-Earl Tootrn mans, ' Mrs Bunkofske who bought the Bristow house is spending s6ver|l weeks in California and Mr and Mrs Jertsen are occupying the house during hec absence* Clayton Moore of 'Iowa City spent a few days "with his parents the Paul Moores last week. Birthday Circle met with Irma Doege Thursday afternoon with 13 I members present This was the Christmas party with an exchange of gifts. The next meeting will be with Lottie Isenberger January 20., ' Mr and Mrs John Geesman and baby Lois Teresa of Ames were at the John Geesman Sr.','home Thursday afternoon and are spending the vacation at the Clar<- ence Riebhdff home. Mr Geesman is attending school at Ames Masons At Swea City In Election Swea City — Imperial Lodge 600, A. F. & A. M., elected officers recently, with the following being honored: Worshipful Master, Harold Krantz; Senior Warden, Ronald G. Johnson; Junior Warden, Geo. Schueler; Treasurer, G. D. Curtis; Secretary, Harold Jones; Senior Deacon, Wm. Mather; Junior Deacon, Kenneth Brones; Senior •Steward, Wallace Scheffer; Junior Steward, Floyd Treat; Tiler, Emerson Kelly; • Executive Order The local office of Selective Service, 9 Ms East State, will be closed all day Dec. 24, and one- half day from 12 noon, Dec. 31, by presidential executive order. Honor Retiring Rural Carrier Lone Hock — ,The Christmas party of Kossuth County Rural Carriers, their wives and some substitute carriers and wives wad held at the Johnsbh House at Algona Dec. 12, with'a turkey dinner and all the trimmings. There were 28 attending. It was a farewell for Mr i and Mrs Vee Mullin of Wesley. • Mr Mullin retired Dec. 1. There was, a very fitting program as follows": Toastmaster, Fred Schroeder of Lakota; prayer by Mrs George Thompson ««f Ledyardj Bible Story- by Mrs S. 'E,' Straley of Fenton; ^group singing by all; poems by .Mrs George Thompson. • Skit—The .Gypsies Christmas— by the group; Christmas Poem by Mrs Dick Berg of Swea City; Song, Jingle Bells by the group: Christmas Poem by Mrs Fred \r\9 For you and yours iwe wish the merriest Christmas of all And to you — our sincere and warm thanks for your outstanding patronage of our store during 1954. Schroede? of Lakota; Sktt—The Trail of the MulH«s«-by the groups; Song, Biesf Be the Tie FHSt Binds, by group; Silent Night by group. A gift exchange 1 took placj* and alsb a mystery sisters gift exchange. Mrs L. C. Heifiier of Ti- tohka wrote b6th of the skits, made the program and favors,for the group. f . Two Women At Seneca Inji Senect^Mrs Kiettneth Thompson suffered a severe gash in her hand, when she cut it on a broken glass last Saturday evening. Esther Bierstedt is recuperating at her home from a broken bone in one of her legs which she sustained when she fell on the kitchen floor Of her home a Week ago Sunday. Louise Gharl* helping with the work at the Bierstedt home. "GIFTS" i *• . i ^ For the Boatman See the N6W 19$S JOHNSON OUTBOARD - "MOTORS",- Wd have the ,3 H. P, TWIN, the 5'A H. P. TWlM, with separate iank, the .10 H. P, TWIN with separate tank. l The Mos» s WONDERFUL 'MOTOR !„ the WORtO. ; \ v : ; '• ,' Sea Theni ,A* BICKERS SPORTING GOODS Phone 720 WISHING ALL OF YOU A VERY AND ASKING: CAN WE BE OF SERVICE? ELAINE TED BERT SALLY ( Once again, the "gang" at East EnUGrocery,, ,.,..„ „, ,...,. takes pleasure in wishing you a very Merry Christmas and all good things in 1955. Then, too, we just want to slip in a little reminder here that we will be on deck to serve you, with any of the good foods, candies, meats and other items you may need for your Christmas. Our store is packed with a lot of Christmas items, and we cordially invite your patronage. East End Grocery "Potato Headquarters" O SANTA CLAUS SAYS: Still time for Christmas delivery GENERAL ELECTRIC T-V At Prices Lower Than Ever For NEW 1955 Models! With T-V's Sharpest Picture! ULTRA-VISION LO-BOY • The New Look in TV—first really new design since the TV Console. Modern blond oak, lustrous band-rubbed walnut or matched mahogany.. KOSSUTH RADIO Next Door To Algona Theatre AND TELEVISION Milt Dahl Own«r

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