The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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f § i: Are Presented S^!>n?s fcthe.Rev. The Lutheran "prbgrtei will'' be jopgned Byf scripture |nd>grayer Merry Christmas A warm friendly wish of cheer, For Christmas and the coming year. BECKER'S SPORTING GOODS , and juntof. Offer- .ing,to be taken and treats for all at each service,; ^ i ; , CjiHslmas datitafa ' Ghrlstfn'ks Cantata "WHile Watched" was pre- thJB/TLUVerne High School v Mixed Chorus of 51 .tops, : 2 p m. Sunday in , the school ^aufditbriurti. '-Solos and duets were -given :by" Donald faker, JLai-ry. Henderson, Eldon Redde!,, yera' Hanselmsrt'. Myrna Northrop; ,Teai) and > Joan John- Son, Janice. Heind arid Marilyn Zentner. ' ' ' A program of appropriate Yuletide musical numbers followed by the high school concert band of 41 young people. !' The chorus and banc| are under the direction of .Mrs .William LittiejOhtt, ,__.._--„«,.4 fifervices tyefii h^ald 3n the EvangelioalliJnited BrelP reft:Church Stliiday eVehir J:80 s .$&- ph.: the Youth; Feli lowshii) Kiii« charge assisted/by- their sponsor Melvin Marty 'aM Mrs Ji:Paul Stevens' assisting; A thank., offering was taken aM a white^glft offering 'accepted ta be sent to the Western, Old Peo pie's Hqifie in Cedar Birthday Hdnors *:-^-•^•••? Mrs Harold Nielson, Jr, was honored , ; With^ a birthday party Sunday evening In the' 'home of her mother, Mrs Elda' Kcfllmann. Cards were played,, refreshments served., She s received gifts from the guests, her-relatives,''Mr and Mrs Clem Stripling, Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner, Mr and' Mrs Harold Nielsen, Jr,, Dick Nielson, Mr .and Mrs Robert Nielson, Mrs Martha Schneider, Mrs Albert Schneider and Mj-s Eleanora Eustace; . ,.• ^>.... t! ?''.,,:*• - ' ; Honored, 851h Birthday '•.-'.- Mr: 1 ', ante-:Mrs •. -'William Marty, sons, Kenneth and Melvin enter- 7-UP DISTRIBUTING CO. ' Duane Jensen Med : |ue|ls ifof ;: |(f8Wn|i . - i&ltedHfii 86th T,h RMWick 1 Which was Deft* 14 aft; of. her nephew, Eorifatd - Matt § 6Se date-was BeCi 1& Guelts luded the Misses Martha arid ia \ElfMef, Renwick, Mf ^tfttd- s E, .C. Marty, Mr and-Mrf Dbnald Marty, Lu Verne, Mr afld Mrs Lawrence Marty, Noffflattj Eleanor Schwidderf 'iiardy. The honored gUests received gifts, c Linda Kubly, 12 -Linda Kubly ., , .. celebrated her aithe " 12th birthday w#h a<party aitW home .Of her parents, Mr %nd Mri Melvin Kubly,. Thursday evening, Games were enjoyed) fallowed by birthday refreshnie|ifc9i"!Lil)dS' received gifts :;'ff'6m he|' frieffds, Lola and Janice Johhs, Sharon* and Glenda' Smith, : Irene' Barbara Erhardt, 'Kathleen.;.___ erson and Monica Markman. ;;• Club Gift Exchange In' the 'home of Mrs ,._..,. Lindebak festive lor the holidays the Bid N Bye Bridge club ;irtet for their 1 meeting and exchange of gifts Friday evening. ;"Mrs Jon Nelson, w^s a guest., At the play- at; three 'tables, Honors,' N.elson and Mrs Charles " man, 1 Jr. - •.-.'; •". '"••]•;... '',:,;;•;'?,; . Dorothy Marty ; of New > Ybifk City arrived .Friday for the season's vacation in the home ; of her uncle, Mr and Mrs Henry Marty, also with other uncles, J. O. Marty, E. C, Marty, Wlll- iani Marty families, Adam and Matt Marty and aunt Miss Emma Marty. Sgt. 1/C and Mrs Earl Detmering, daughters Susan and Chris of Fort Bragg, N, C. arriVed for a furlough visit over the holidays with their parents, Mr arid Mrs Earl Detemering Sr., Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen and families. Word was received tlfat Mary I Ann Smith of Washington, D. C. nas now gone to Manilla for two years service with the American Embassy state communications work. Enroute she visited in the home of her brother, Mr and. Mrs James Smith and family in Seattle, Wash. Miss-Smith is the dau- : ghter of the late Mr and Mrs Sam E. Smith and the granddaughter'e late Mr and Mrs H. C. Allen of Lu Verne. • ';-'• Mrs Nelle Bi'egger has returned to her farm home; southeast of Lu Verne, after spending the past two-weeks in the home of her daughter near Thor. Joseph Lichty was taken by ambulance to Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge for medical treatment early Saturday morning. Mrs T. L. Williams who has (S^ It Came Upon a Clear ! ' | ' ' ! : *" -.--... who' 'has patient In the hospital, Fort''Dodge thfee weeks came to his henie Saturday. - iMrs Ralph f.' Davidson visit- edMr Davidson, a medical cat- Je]nt in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, past three weeks, Sunday. HMr and Mrs Gebrge G0bdner o| Des Moines^ visited over Sunday in the parental, Mr afid^Mrs KBlph pimlfir. Mrs Gpodner re- ttjained for ,the hOli*ayl Mr Goodner will cbme back fop Christmas. Their sort 'David Goodner has been staying in the Dimler home since Thanksgiving. •;; Mr and Mrs Donald Porter and Margaret Ellifritz of Fort' Dodge Visited Sunday in the hbrWe of Mjf and Mrs Bbftnie EUifritz and sbns, parents and brothers of the ladies. :• Mr and Mrs William Gray of Eagle Grove were Sunday guests irt the Mr and Mrs Ralph, Dimler home, parents of Mrs Gray. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt'Will be> Christmas guests.Sh' the Mr and Mrs . Cameron ; 'Christensen home in Manchester, son of Mrs Hunt. •"•'•'•• Tommy Carroll, has returned from Seattle, Wash., where he visited in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Lee Davis, since after Thanksgiving. James Davis accompanied him .home and will visit in his former home at Corwith. '. Mr and Mrs Stanley Genrich went to Collender Saturday where they attended the funeral of Mrs Otis Boftz, 68. Her son Arthur Bortz of Adrian, Mirth,, is an uncle of Mrs Genrich. ..Mrs Ella Woito went to Cedar Rapids Monday and will, visit over the holidays in the nornil of her sons Harold and- Milton. W°ito families. !,,Miss Sara Blumer. Waukegan, m. arrived Friday for the> holi- qays with her brotherV and sister, Peter and Miss Luella Blum- 'er and other relatives. , Mrs Lawrence SohMeft Mon- day to visit in the home of her daughter and family in Green- mid. Mrs S6hl has been here ab;out two months and is j living as a Companion to Mrs Ella Woito. ; *;„ • , ; iMir and Mrs Dennis Carroll; accompanies by his mother and sister, Mrs Mary Carroll and Lucille Carroll of Algona visited Sunday in the home of Mrs Haiel Carroll in Ti^onka. . , Mr and Mrs Leslie Calkins and daughters werfe Sunday visitors ir| the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Albert Pergande attd family in Algona. , Mrs Julia Pergan|le has returned from a visit of two weeks in the home of-her mother, Mrs Margaret, Schwab in Blue'Earth, Minn. , ; ; -.. .:Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt were Tuesda'y evening dinner guests Ui the home of Mt and Mrs Bernard Devine and family:at Woden. • By Mr» D. B. Mayer ,Mr and Mrs Edward Lobft, and Dr. and Mrs Richard Snyder of Swea City and Mrs Clep Young of Des Moines left on Friday for Alexandria, Virginia, where they" will spend Christmas at the .Don« al,d Looft home. After Christmas" they plan to go on to Indian Rock Bbach, Florida, to visit Dr. Snyder's parents, Rev. and Mi's Charles Wicks. Friday Santa visited Ledyard and a very large crowd was on hand .to welcome him. The afternoon's program began at the school where the Ledyard'high school band under Sf Baldr Oahflefcr fci -, .hour concert, and thr gleei Sang. Pupils of the Gram .school 'feame in busses and enjoyed these 'programs - aiid accompanied the boys and Sifls 4<Jwti'town, fol* lowing Santa Glaus to the Luffi* ber yard where around 600 wife given sacks of candy and .nuts. • This was followed on Main; street \ With the drawing |of abotit 5)? prizes. ' • '. - •- ;v { ; : "*:,;.. iCharles Bashqra Is still in the Blue fiarth Community hospital fpJlowiiig an accident Which he h|d when returning to Ledyard last Monday after taking their daughter Beverly back to he* school at Gowrie. At that time he suffered a severe head cut and b?ck injuries. ,: The Methodist Sunday School Christmas program Wll} be held on Friday evening, Dec. 83 at| 7:30 p.m. ' , Sensational price for a Sensational Freeierl Admiral 1O^ UPRIGHT FREIZII F!t» Every* Horn* ' and Budget • ; ; • Freezes'oh all sides and inside of food packages • Holds 350 Iba. of frozen .-food?: -, f • 4 Refrigerated Super- Speed. Freezing Shelves Handy". 1 Frozen Food and Juice Racks in Door At GO N AIM PL EM I NT CO: Phone 52 1407' Commercial St. Childimoffhe .- • • CHRISTMAS SERVICES • • ALGONA METHODIST CHURCH REV. H. E. WHYTE I. (Sunday) Christmas Day ™» 9:00 A.M. Christmas Services with Special Music by the Choir and Christmas S^ermpo by Rey, (Sunday) Christmas Day — Sunday School— 10:00 A.M. Sponsored in The Spirit of Christmas By: CHROME SERVICE STATION VAN'S CAFE ALQONA PRODUCE Pioneer Hi'Bred See^J Corn Co. J & L MOTOR CO, RISINGS MIU * ELEVATOR KEUBY iUMilR CO, ALOONA aRllNHOUSES AL00NA iOTTMN© WORKS Thompson Distributing Co, READY'MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. HUTZEU'S CITIES SERVICE 1 UNIVERSAL MFQ, CO, IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING Algonq Plumbing & Heqting ALGONA RENDERING CO. BUD ROBINSON, Contractor » vat ***** MILLER STEEL BLDGS, CO. VIKING OIL CO. SARGENT & CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS Cook's Scrap, Iron & Metol Rwss & Ky's Nash-Soles & Serv. SCHULTZ BROS, GARAGE E^EAD WEGNER, MVINGSTON TOOl CO, * • • CHRISTMAS SERVICES • • REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH REV. JOHN KAIN Friday. December 23 -r- 8;QO p,^(. —, Sunday School Children's (Sunday) Christmas Pay — • iBuriday School ^- 10:00 A.M. • ' (Sunday) Christmas Day — Worship Service — 11:00 A.M. — Christmas Sernion. (Sunday) Christmas Day — Youth Servica — 7:00 P.M. (Sunday) Christmas Day — Evening Gospel Service — 8:00 P.M. ' :' Sponsored in The Spirit of .Christmas By: IVUU&R STEiL 81,005, CO, VIKINO ©It CO. SARQENT & CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS CHROME SERVICE STATION Pien^r Hi'Bred Seed C«rn C VAN'S SAFE AiOONA PRODUCE Cork's Scrap, Iron & Metql 4 $ i MOTOR CO, Russ & Ky's Nash, Soles * Serv, RISINGS MILl & ftEVATOR KiUEY BROS. QARAOE iONlR, C UYJNOSTON TOOt ALGONA BOTTLING WORKS RiADY-MI^ CONCRETE & LUMBER co. HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE Thompson PUtribyting Co. UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. IRONS * CO. ALGONA §RilNHOUSIS " BUD ROBIN5ON, Contractor ^t^Hf^

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