The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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^ss^Hr^^^^-v^^^^^:';V\^^J^ri^;- v .^ '• tain;, v wMh!tf : ;£feganizati6n .Christina p^fppF^i^yii alternoon -in th n. was'fts:;idllows Mrs; Harold Moun ip sinking. Mrs 1 Khu .....'>ead; The,; M&ft '< WHc f >Cnristtnas..; Mr¥--, Alfret 'Schultz and'Mrs Mike :Frohlin sing and.iMi's^Eftrl Long: read;« griJup. 6ijpbeiins; Marilyn -Long aedompanied.. at the., piano bj Martha"Usher, sang .and..the clos Ing number on: the, program wa g|*6up: singing^. ; A shoit rbuslness , meeting pre ceiibd the program and the presi dent Mrs,'G. .l.v,Purdy thanked a'll»:whq had sent .cards and re membered'her..during,her pro IbngedSillheSs! t Mrs Tiouis 1 Kelley a letter., of resignation as li.--. uji-iui; 1 -: ,J-A^ j he com- tlected : 'tp::4he •: office., '.of vice president/, .^taking I.Mrs;, Kelley's place.-;;;i6vi,.;;:....v..r: '•:.<'' Hostesses , jfof : this Christmas meeting/:.j«er.e,, Mrs. :Ralph Richards, .: Mrs-,';.W. i.,J0i iHundertmark, Mrs Joe '-Leitl and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk.- : Cfirislmas Parlies •• Both" of the,' Wo'men's clubs at Otfoseh ; h'eld" their Christmas meetings '.-Thursday -afternoon, t«t c *.. _-^. 'i-s'-ii_r*. Fj»«i.T," . i . i. ProgreMvefGlub met at the home of- Mrf^alph; Richards. ; Fpr RliinCJto . .i't,5-..*4tV ". ne Studded liidf' IpiwilT i^fotesti Following the tlw •'•• icbW wrapped the the local .--.-—} .If*** j WC ;« CfllUUl I i*t< TnmfdFes ftttfaf Club"• held , their? < Ch jistnias , pfirty at .the home dfJ Mrs Es^ie cCodper;The folloWht-program was present ed: poem'bV Mf^ 'Bill Bennett reading by Mrs W. E. Hundertmark, 4i)nf'by the group, poem by Mrspermit''Fowler, Mrs ; Albert Tnpf«6ft .. .read the story "The Qfft Of ,The Magi", am Mrs Mike Frohliflg'iartfr After the prog'ranfi the members Hat a cookie and gift exchange anc secret sisters . also, exchangeoj gifts. The next meeting will;be January 5 'at the home of Mrs W. E. Huftdertmark. - • • Mr» and Mrs George Warrior of lows' Falls were Tuesday dinner guests at the Ralph Richards home.' ; ...... Mr arid Mrs,Oliver Lee attended the wedding and reception of Phelva Berge and James Smith at . the. Bode Lutheran church Sunday afternoon,, . > •• ,/• ,'Margaret Kelley,, a students at Drake' University, is at the par? pehtal Louis Kelley home for the holidays. < -. ' ,t •".". :-Shirley ;Alm,e came home Fri- iay from Dana,College at Blair, Neb. to spend the holidays'with ier-parents, .Mr and Mrs Chester Alme. .Mr and Mrs H.J.:Nielsen at tended the golden wedding an nl.veria.ry' honoring Mr and Mrs William ]DeWolf at their home a Iblfe $unday and the silver wed ding 'anniversary honoring Mr ind-^lrs August Nielsen, at'.their Fri., Sot., and Monday Unit I i» • cUitomtr Th* moit ollradivt ladlti pin thai you'vt «v«r t««n. HO« imart gold- lane m«lol lop with' plailic bowl in your, chalet of popular ntw colon. Boritl It ituddid with iparlt- ling Rhlneiionti for. »«lfa biauly and ilyli. Slindtr Umlnlnt <hap* (plcluri ihawi actual tin). I*, tractable puih-bullon action . , . compprti with ptni ulling «v»ry. wh«r* for at much at a dollar... or mar*. Buy for yourtelf or at a gift. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr, and Mrs. Bill Amon TO OUR MANY FRIENPS "- DAVIS PAINT Mr. and Mrs, 8JU1 Amo , at RolJfe Sunday, and Speich spent Sunday at he.:, parental Antone Speich lohie.-' '/He is helping with chores it .the'Paul Heggen home at lehwick. 'Mr 'and Mrs Percy Watnem ^isited. Mrs Pearl - Hanson of Vhittemore at Rochester, Minn, 'ues'day.' .Mrs Hanson under- v'ent surgery there a week ago. Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton nd family 'were Sunday dinner uests at the Lester Newton ome in Humboldt. The occas*. on honored both ladies for their irthdays. Mrs DeVere New- on's is December 17. Mr and Mrs Olaf Halsrud of Bode visited Sunday afternoon at the Magnus Bratland home. Mrs Merle iFaulk and,Monte of' Estheryille were overnight visitors at the Percy Watnem home Thursday. Saturday overnight Visitor's were Irl Bell and children JacH, Ricky and'Lois of Pearson. Sunday afternoon and supper gu.ests at tfer Watnem home were Mr and Mrs H. J, Classick of Belmond and Mr and Mrs Stanley Keith and sons of Pocahontas. Sunday Mr and Mrs Oliver Kihseth wero dinneri guests at the James Barber home at West Bend to celebrate the 13th birthday "of the Barber's son Dennis Ray. , Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson attended funeral services for Hans Hanson an uncle of Mrs Hellickson at Humboldt Thursday. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the MaDean Ludwig home at West Bend. Saturday evening visitors at the Cooper home were Mr and Mrs Ralph Jensen and family of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family visited at the M. O. Kinseth home in Algona Thursday evening to help Mr Kinseth celebrate his birthday. Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family were there. Mrs Sam Kropf celebrated her birthday Sunday, Dec. 18 and that afternoon she was guest of honor at a party at the home of Mrs W. E. Hundertmark. Others present were Mrs C. N. Welter, Mrs Charlie Welter, Mrs Clem Ludwig, Mrs Antone Speich, Mrs Eugene Struthers, Mrs Watt-son Struthers, Mrs Richard Kropf, Mrs Harvey Thorsen and Mrs Albert Thorsen. Richard Saiz, son of Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz, received his first Communion recently and dinner guests at the vlfteeni tall hotne that day were Mf airttt MfS ^ SftU of, 4 WMieffl<pite Mrs Charlei 3&WMWW attii Mr aM MtS, s<3e<jrji* of,west Bend. -Jf: "'>;,, ,.3he .iamUy. .ai..Mr...andiJWrs Peter EnockSOfi gathered 'for their afffiUul Christmas dinner and gifti'ejtchaflge at the Ltithef- an C«Un§h parlors Sunday. jThere were" 46i,'pfjesenti i, . i !-'!!(:• J: Th«'faniUy of Mw Anna S&tig* sethviriet Sunday, 6ec. "11, It; the Art Jiffliseth -ItbMfe at MSnch" ester-cfpf A their; •afinual ftftnily Ghrlstm&s dinner. ' Mrs*. Lprigseth aceomttahied .her-son^inflawi and daughter, Mi* and Mrs Harold SundeH and family of Algona to Manchester. Mrs K. Ri McLuen \v,as elected- treasurer of. the Barid Mothers when that! grttip' met Wednesday .eyenihg' at the schoolhouse for a tegular- nleeting.. Mrs Silas Banwart ^yhq held thfat: office resigned, ' Hos'tes'ses ' were Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and Mrs Ivan Evansqji. meeting will be January 1II ' Thursday evening.Mr and.Mrs Paul Meyer entertained at a 500 party^at their home. Those present werje Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer, Mr'and Mrs Loiiis Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrs- pann, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hanson, Mr and Mrs. Bernard Coyle, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson,' Mr and ,Mrs Deanne Telford and Mr and Mrs Richard; Kinseth._ Mr and Mrs Ralph Jaciobs6h Won the high prizes and low went io-Mrs Md ; MM .taMMj ?t>,thfif J«w- Iffa iMrs ;M and 'Roy \Tl ; Coyle, ler .find .•• i:.,Mrs^I , ke Coyle wp'h ^ hif H '. Attin- Meyer iS t»i low. Mike iuc*y ? ehalr prize.' SWjednesday ^even tojrs of the Farmers to* fend th&r wives of Mf anil; Mrs The rheh 'met'- forKth meeting at the were at the ;esent wef e Mr, almln, Mr (dn neider of^6$tn^Ip Mrs Ralph' Jaeobson, Miraftd* George! Bruellmari, Mr and ____ Ed Kemna, Mr and Mrs LenHa$ Hplden and Mr and Mrs ' Pdycy Watnem. Mr Schultz is man-age) of the elevator. , ' •& Yule services dt'fh'e Presbyter? ian Church will be held Friday" evening at seven o'clock, vwh "Christmas Carols jmd Cand is presented. . Christmas ' 'JBvi,, there will be a Midhlght Seiyldl beginning at eleven o'clockTf'at the Presbyterian Chtirdh: H M'lr' Mr and Mrs Robert Olson , and * •;«NOEL mm»' The Christmas BeJfririgs to all our customers: and LA ALGONA INSURANT AGENCY th* .Qutt««se, c oak- .st^EIHls'CifittilyttMt'JJi' i, mi ,, afeiwa*^ HMUHgiMgl p ;2f:llti|||i|ii|p ,^ ? .-...,: :AN ^^. : , .^ Cftrt^tmag Best wishes for a joyous holiday from our staff. KOSSUTH RADIO >t-- \ All Courthouse Offices Will Close From Saturday, December 24 at 12 noon to Tuesday, December 27 CLEAR ION GRAHAM'S APPAREL BALCONY! -i'-r Values Complete Sizes For Juniors — Misses — Women — Airifcl All TyJDes Values To $10.98 v . •« Values To $14.98 ION GRAHAM'S APPAREL BALCONYl WOMEN Every Single Coat In Stock Included In This Sale $29.98 COATS $34.98 COATS $39,98 COATS ' ; h v AH Ladies Millinery. Price ^ . • . ••• • -• • i •••:•.,• v ,;,"|'',»..;..jv,., IN GRAHAM'S CHILDREN'S PiPARTMJNf iverythlng In Stock! Wool InOfSuit Sets, One Piect ardines f In Si^s From Mttl§ f6 Big. BOYS WARM JACKETS RarkeiJ Wssl

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