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Kollasch-Bode Weddings At Wesley Set, December 27 Wesley ^etty Kollasch was honored at a pre*nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in St; Joseph's parish hall. Court whisl was played. Mrs Charles Kollasch of Whittemore won high score prize and Mrs Helen Youngwirth low score prize." Mrs Dale Dorhbier received the lucky j;ha'ir prize. The honoree Was the recipient of many lovely gifts. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Kollasch, and will become the'bride of Franklin Bode, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Bode on Monday, Dec. 27. Betty i's employed in the Exchange State Bank. Franklin works for R. E. Newbrough. Christmas Program The pupils of the public school will present a Christmas program Thursday afternoon, Dec. 23. The school will close that day for the holiday vacation till January',3. Builds Machine Shed R. E. Newbrough' is erecting a 60 foot machine shed on his lots West of his residence, for his trucks, shellers, combines, tc. 4-H Caroling Party About 50 4-H girls and boys of Wesley township went Christmas I Caroling recently. Clifford Carl- I son transported them around in IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT, his truck. They were accompdn THE SPIRIT OF FRIENDLINESS AND GOOD CHBER.WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR MANY FAVORS AND SINCERELY WISH YOU AN OLD-FASHIONED YULETIDB AND A NEW YEAR ABOUNDING WITH Sygc|?8,Q90D HICK AN§ HAPPINESS ed by Mrs Ralph .Tjaden, Joe Skew" and J.,B. Asa. *, Later in the evening they hatV uhch *nd a gift exchange mjtmi centet School; On Trip To Arizona ' Erhrna Studer left recently for Iowa -Falls where she will join her Sister, Mrs Bertha Richts' meief and daughter Clara Richts> meter R. N. on a trip to Arizona. Mrs :.Richtsmeler will visit, her daufehtepMrs Mira Strahorn at PrescOUj Ariz. Clara Richtsmeier will Work in. a Phoenix, Ariz.'hoS' pital and Erhtna will spend the winter months in Tuscon, Ariz. C.D.A. Xmas Party Mesdames Erma Kunz, Elaine Downs, Pauline Pfeffer, Mary ForbUrger Genevieve G o e t z, Lucille Nelson, Irene Hanig, Lucille Hirner, Mary Richter, Viola Loebig and Phyllis Walker were on the entertainment committee for the annual C.D.A Christmas party. Mesdames Bernice Vitzthum Lulu Hanig, i Clara' Haverly Dorothy Martinek, Madeline Grant and Rose Mary Dornbiei were on the refreshment commit •tee. Watch Night Planned Waicn Wight services will be eld at the Methodist Church 'riday night, Dec. 31. There wil ie a social hour, lunch and pray r service conducted by Rev. F A. Webb. Presumably, everyone on the road ha* a destination, What makes you think yours is more important? "At The Service of The Farrier" : PHONE 7 Mr and Mrs Charley DeRosa of • Studio City,' Calif., arrived Sa'turday, Dec. 11 for an inde*- inite visit with Mrs DeRosa's mo- her,-Mrs'Bettie Wester and other relatives. They ; have sold their vlotel 'in California and plan to live in New York. Mr'and Mrs Vee Mullin moved sortie. of their household goods Tuesday to northern Minnesota where they will live after Jan. 1. They returned home Thursday night. They sold their 2 houses to the Paul Flaherty's. Wm. Martinek attended a holiday party Friday, Dec. 10 at Hotel Hanford, Mason City for sales- men'of Pioneer corn and their wives. , The baby boy born to Mr,and Mrs Rudy Hildman on Nov. 30 was- baptized in St. Joseph's Catholic-church Sunday by Rev L. N. Klein and named Thomas Francis. Mr and Mrs Alf Hild-1 man of Des Moines were sponsors. • Mr- and Mrs Paul Ryan of Marengo and Mrs' Larry Brabec of •Fort Dodge spent the weekend with Frimml relatives. Mr and Mrs E. Holecek and daughter Patty of Algona were Sunday evening dinner • guests at the Gayle Studer home. Mrs Lael Root entertained hei bridge club Saturday afternoon Dec. 11. Mrs Bernie Hamilton was E Mr and Mrs Edward Thissen and children 'of Waterloo spent Sunday • • and' Monday '''morning at the parental, Mrs Helen Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton were also Sunday dinner guests there. Mrs Carl Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday with hei 4 daughter Mrs Bill Laubenthal and family in Algona. They brought hex home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamiltoi arid, her brother Joe Johnson spent Thursday in Mason Cit> where Joe consultted an eye doc tor. Mrs Duane Studerv and Pattj left last week for Long Beach Cal. to visit Mrs Studer's parents Mr and Mrs Irwin Chamberlain They accompanied Mrs Studer brother Jerry Chamberlain, t Long Beach. ; • ...' Mr "and J/Irs Clarence Acker son were Sunday supper £Ues1 at the Tom Long .home at,Lort Rock. ' .'••', Wm. Marttnek was lucky winner of the doll given in a draw- ng at Studer's store recently.' Duane Price got second prize, n Smokey teddy bear;.Ben J. Studer got the box of groceries, Grandma Seifert, the silk hose and Mrs Vincent Cruise, the Stretchee socks. Tuesday, tJeearriber it, 19S4 (»Q.) Moinet-7 Ut in front all the way. Coach Sryce Wickett's outfit led, 16-3, t the quarter, 30-24 at the half, nd 47-33 at the end of three quarters. Henderson got 22 points or LuVerne , and Engel tallied 5 for Bpde. , • When his pickup truck went Into a ditch, Vance Hanna of near Forest City was unhurt. But when he tried to pull the truck out of the ditch with his tractor, the tractor tipped overnback- vvards, pinning him/underneath. Both pelvic bones were broken. READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS Rodman, Ayrshire Teams Divide Rodman and Ayrshire split a pair of basketball games at Rodman December 10- Rodman took the girls game, 63-43, while th't visiting boys Won, 70-62, Ayrshire led, 15-14, at the end of the first quarter of the girls game, but Rodman got rolling and led, 31-21, at the half. Bal anced scoring pushed Rodman ti the win. Caroline Moser countei 24 points for the winners, whil Loretta Oyermire got 17 for th losers. Rodman now has a 9- season mark, •'.•', "^ ';• Rodman led almost all the wa in the bpys game,, only tq lose in the last few minutes:.; Rodman was, ahead, 16-13,, at ^he- qUarter, 33-29, - at the half, and 50-45 at the three-quarter mark, but Ayrshire rolled ahead after Dick Schall and Dean Carpenter fouled out during fourth quarter action. Marlin Erickson topped Rodman with 24 points, while Dean Cox purrip<?d in 39 points record for "the : year."'; V 7 * A Cherry Merry Christmas and A Bright New Year! from •— HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE v Standard Oil Algona ALL OF US AT VAN'S CAFE "Your Friend At Meal-Time" Just Greetings LuVerne Wins^f From Bode High LuVerne grabbed a pair of asketball games 'from Bode at LuVerne December 10. The girls won, 54-49, and the boys took ne, 64-50. ' >,-V . Bode led, 12-8, at the end of he first quarter of the girls.garne, )ut LuVerne came back, to lead, 4-22, at halftime., LuVerne led. 2-37 at -the three-quarter mark, nd' held on to win. Harper got 6 points for the winners, while hristiansen notched 25 for Bode. .The boys game found LuVerne I RENSEN BUICK When Better Automobiles Are Built, Bulck Will Build Them Earl B. 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