The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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2-Al0ttna (la.) Uppar D«i Molnei Thursday, December 15, 1955 Eunice Dontje Bride of Douglas Mechler, Lakota Lakota -" Eunirc, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Dontjo and Donglas Mechler of Titonkn were united in marriage in services at the First Presbyterian Church, Lakota, Wednesday. Dec. 7. Rev. Harlan Kruse, assisted by Rev. Schwerin of Titonka, performed the ceremony. Eunice has bren a registered nurse in the Blue Earth hospital for several years. The newlyweds will be at home on a farm near Titonka. Auxiliary Parly Members of the Legion Auxiliary met Monday for a seven o'clock dinner at the Lesion Hall. Iva Rippcntrop a n d Evelyn Krominga were the hostesses. Six Junior girls were guests. Delores Kienitx was in charge of the entertainment. Christmas carols were sung by the group and Corinne. Sandra and Marilyn Rippentrop sang, "Silent Night", and "Away In The Manger. 1 ' Velma Meyer assisted by Luella Mammcnga will meet with the Juniors. December 17, to reorganize for regular meetings. THIS YEAR FOR CHRISTMAS GIVE A BAKED GIFT f You'll Be Delighted To ft Give Some of Our Delici- t ft ous Treats Made Here in ft Our Shop. I • CANDY Coconut Crisp J Peanut Brittle Fudge Fruit Cakes FINN'S BAKERY Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena left Thursday for St. Louis where their son Paul is to be appearing in Opera. Pfe. and Mrs LaVerne Foil- man are visiting the tatter's parents. Mr and Mrs Albert Rippentrop. They are living in Colorado where Pfe. Foil man i.s stationed. Mrs Virgil Sachs had a tonsillectomy at the Buffalo Center hospital, Dec. 1. Gaiy Heetland had an emergency appendectomy at the Buffalo ' Center hospital Tuesday evening. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Ronald Heetland and in the, 3rd grade in school. He was able to come, home the 12th. Mr and Mrs Walter Peterson. Swea City visited Mr and Mr.s Henry Johnson Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Junior Tclkamp of Ames visited a week ago Sunday with his father, Ed Telkamp and sister, Mr.s Wayne Lenz and family. Mr and Mrs Roland Smith Jr. are parents of a new daughter Inez Yvonne born Dec. 3 at the Buffalo Center hospital. The Ledyard Township Farm Bureau Homemakers enjoyed their Christmas party, Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Jerry Heetland. Hostesses were the Mesdnmes Henry Sfeenharcl, Cecil Anderson, Russell Winter and Burdotte Hoeppner. Mrs Glenn Ma-bus and -Mrs Arlowe Bloine were in charge of Hie program. The Christmas party for the Acorn Club members was held at the home of Mrs Charles- Gutknecht Thursday with a seven o'clock dinner. Hostesses were the Mesdames W. D Ley, Guy Beemer and John Cook, and Jerry Ukcna. Mrs Harlan Kruse presented the Christmas Story. Special music was a trio: the Mesdames Cook, Ley and Te- Paske. Mrs TePaske sang Ava Maria. Mrs Don Wortman was a puest. Mrs Don Wortman and two sons came to Des Moines Dee. 7 by plane and Mr.s I. E. Wortman met her there. Don will join his family here for the Holidays. Mrs Wortman will remain in Lakota with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Schroeder while Don is away from Washington. D. C. on research work for the Atomic Energy Commission. Mrs Maynard Hertx.kc was hostess to the Lincoln Township Homemakers Friday afternoon. Each lady brought gifts for an inmate of the County Home. Michael Paul, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Koppen, was baptized at St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday morning. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs James Spear of Algona. Mr and Mrs Koppen entertained at a family dinner following the services. Guests included the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Charlie Stroebel and daughters, Mr a$.-l Mrs James Spear and children and Mr and Mrs Henry Stroebel of, Algona, Mr and Mrs Paul Pugsley, Elmore, and Mrs Otto Koppen. Mr and Mrs Arnold Becker visited Arnold's uncle, Mr and Mrs Martin Becker in Algonn, Friday. Mr and Mrs Arlowe Blome entertained the Messers and Mesdames Eugene Blome, Morris Wortman and Wayne Heetland Saturday evening. Hev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse have held open house the last two Sunday afternoons for members of their congregation. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Roscoe Stewart went to Fairmont a week ago Sunday, to visit their' daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Donnelly and Linda. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen were Sunday dinner guests last Sunday at the home of Mrs Hazel Carroll. Clyde Moore and family are enjoying a new T.V., installed last week. Miss Velma Larsen spent Friday night and Saturday with her sister, Mrs Levant Moore and familv. Mrs Minnie Larsen arid Velma, Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy, Mr and Mrs Donald Qrfl" harm'Mrs Lucy NewviM and Mfs Mamie Speicher went'^to Buf^ falo Center Saturday night to the wedding of Darre.1 Speicher, a cousin of Velma Lewis. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlelt went lo Albert Lea to get Mary. Ann Wednesday. She went back Sunday to Minneapolis where she will take pediatric (raining for three months at the University of Minnesota. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett got word Saturday, that her brother, Lee Banner of Cedar F'ails, was taken to the Methodist hospital at Rochester, where he had surgery Friday, for ulcers. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Merle Phelps and little Anita Moore have the mumps. Mr Lloyd Bartlelt and Mary Ann were in Algon:i Friday, to do some shopping. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Edward Kain home'. Mr and Mrs Levant Moore had a new T.V. set installed a few days ago. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Maty Ann called at the Bill Karel's at Bancroft and Mr and Mrs And' rew Hansen's of Swea City, Saturday. " '. Mr Leo Clark, daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Lester Gayken and Bobbie of Britt visited Sunday afternoon at Ray Fitch's. Perfect Christmas Gifts! Classic, Popular, Folk and Children's Records in all Three speeds. Hours of listening pleasure for everyone. 25c CHILDREN'S RECORDS ^y&f The ever popular 3-speed portable players in a .wide selection. Also the 45 RPM Crescent player with 25 free records is a sure-to-please gift., KOSSUTH RADIO Phone 1190 214 E. State St. f Watch your Step! Ncw concealed safety •* r steps • stay clear of snow, mud and ice. And new Chevrolet trucks have 'cm! Watch your Step! . •/ -J."** Be sure you get a Modern Truck! New Chevrolet TaskForce Trucks Watch the Deal! WHY PAY MORE FOR AN OLD-FASHIONED TRUCK? Yuu'li Mill lind the same' low pi we I.IL;^, on new Che\ rolet Task-Force tlU^'kv .\IJ illL'I'CU.M'.'t. 1 CjCt our deal-anil be ahe^d! Ball-Gear steering for easier handling. 12-volt electrical system for quicker starting. And that's only the beginning! Here's where you find today's most modern truck features! Like fresh, functional Work-Styling! Greater visibility with the *F# is standard in L.C.I-, models, sweeping new panoramic windshield! Greater comfort with new High-Level ventilation! And under the hood, you'll see the shortest stroke V8* in any leading truck—or the newest edition of Chevrolet's famous truck 6. Come in and get a modern truck! in most oilier models al t'xiru cost. Yew after Year America's Best Selling Truck CHEVROLET^ KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SOUTHWEST OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE PHONE 200 t CHRISTMAS GIFTS That Fit The Kitchen! '<*!>? GIFTS That Serve The Home! GIFTS That Make Life Lots Easier! GIFTS Galore For Men! GIFTS That Go On Giving! That's Right! KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Is Crammed With Bright Gift Ideas! Electric Deep Fryers Sunbeam Fryryte West Bend Electric Sandwich and Waffle Grill •fc Sunbeam •fc General Electric •¥• Dominion Electric Roasters •¥• Westinghouse * General Electric > + Nesco Electric Mixers •fc Sunbeam •* General Electric -K Hamilton Beach Electric Pop-Up Toasters Sunbeam General Electric Dominion Electric Irons (Steam or Dry) * General Electric •* Sunbeam * General Mills 3 1 •¥• Radios •¥• Hair Dryers * Steak Knife Sets •¥• Glasses * Hot Plates •¥• Mixing Bowl Sets * Ash Tray Sets * Bath Mats •K Cake Plates •K Spice Sets •* Electric Heaters * Ovenware •* Coffee Servers * Serving Dishes •¥• Juicers •¥ Can Openers •¥• Coaster Sets •¥• Centerpieces •fc Lamps •* Knife Sharpeners -K Cutlery Sets •K Pressure Cookers lazy Susans Percolaters Pocket Knives Serving Tables Trays Casseroles Clocks Clothes Hampers Dinnerware Bathroom Scales FOR THE MEN We Suggest: * Tackle Boxes •K Rods and Reels •* Power Tools * Guns ¥ Electric Lanterns ¥• Thermos Kits TOYS, too! Plenty of 'em at Kohlhaas Hardware In fact, we've turned over a whole section of our store to Santa, for his toy department, and he has simply loaded it up with Toys of all kinds and description) When you corn-j io Kohlhaas Hardware for those "home gifts" remember to get back lo our Toy section and look us over. Make your selection now — we'll stow it away on our Lay-By until you want it for the big day! Use Our Lay-Away Plan to Select Gifts NOW 0 URE! Be Glad Gift-Wrap Your Gift KOHLHAAS HARDWARE SANTA'S HEIPERS - id - Pat - Fred - Arnie - Mrs Courtney :««« VJtMfePfee-ftw *» ** *.« ft*** 9« *» t* e*&(S 9^*as%(S «* ** »«s»» *».*««.«•*»»* »««*« &* 6 iC »****«*-«,.,.,_.. .. ^ " S» SrrfK v^8 9 iS &j(O, & ^ ft

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