The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 40
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 40

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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S^AIffftna (fa.) Upper fi»i Mein«» Thuriday, 0*e*mb*r M, 19SS Ottosen Clubs Hold Annual Xmas Parties — beautiful decorated home-made cakes were used as cftiitfefpieccs for the tables that were set for the Presbyterian Women's Organization Christmas party Friday afternoon in the chUrch parlors. The program was as follows: Redding by Mrs Harold Mountain. Group singing. Mrs Knut Oppedahl read The Man Who Found Christmas. Mrs Alfred Schultz and Mrs Mike Frohling sang and Mrs Earl Long read a group Of poems. Marilyn Long. accompanied at the piano by Martha Usher, sang and the closing number on the program was group singing. A short business meeting pre- coded the program and the president Mrs G. I. Purdy thanked all who had sent cards and remembered her during her prolonged illness. Mrs Louis Kelley sent a letter of resignation as she is moving from the community. Mrs Mike Frohling was elected to the office of vice president, taking Mrs Kelley's place. Hostesses for this Christmas meeting were Mrs Ralph Richards, Mrs W. E. Hundertmnrk, Mrs Joe Leitl and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk. Christmas Parlies Both of the Women's clubs at Ottosen held their Christmas meetings Thursday afternoon. The Progressive-Club met at the home of Mrs Ralph Richards. For DAVIS Rhinestont Studded LADIES BALL POINT Fri., Sat., and Monday Limit 1 to i customer Th. moil qllractiv. laditl p«n thai you'*. »v»r i*«n. Hal mart f*ld- Ion* m.lal lop with plaitic Worr.l in your choic. of popular n*w colon. Barrtl it ttuddtd with •pork- ling Rhlntilon.i for «xlro btauty and itylc. Sltndtr ftminln. (hop* (pictur. »H»wi actual til.). *»• tractable puih.button action . . . compar.i with p.nt telling tv.ry- wh.r. for as much at'a dollar... or mar*. Buy for yourwlf ar at a gilt. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amon TO OUR MANY FRIENDS DAVIS PAINT if;, and Mrs. BUI Amon Hie program the group sang, after which Mrs Knut Oppedahl read frtbfti the Christian Hefald. Mrs Louis Kelley read a group of poems and also conducted llie group in a contest. Following the lunch the group wrapped the children's gifts for the local Santa Clans day. Guests' Were Mrs Beverly King and daughter dinner guests at the Vincent Salz home that day were Mr and Mrs Clete Salt of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Charles Sftl2 of WhittC- more an<J 'Mf and Mf« George Kjaf of West Bend. .the family of Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson gathered for their annual Christmas dinner and gift exchange at the Lutheran Church parlors Sunday. There were 46 present. The family of Mrs Anna Long-•-• " • ^ * V • 4»» 1 J. nc lallllljf wi irn o * xjntn .LJisiif)- Vickie, Mrs, Lester Wehrspann scth met Sunday, Dec. 11, at the ..._ J \t**~ r* 1 *i«*r* Qrtl Vtni*rf T^Vin n«\ v t < • . * .. ,. , < * * • •• » i and Mrs Clara Solberg. The next meeting Will be January 12. The Ladies Rural .Club held their Christmas party at the home of 'Mrs Essie Cooper. The following program was presented: poem by Mrs Bill Bennett, reading by Mrs W. E. Hundertmark, song by the group, poem by Mrs Kermil Fowler, Mrs Albert ThoreSon read the story, "The Gift Of The Magi", and Mrs Mike Frohling sang. After the program the members had a cookie and gift exchange and secret sisters also exchanged gifts. The next meeting will be January 5 at the home of Mrs W. E. Hundertmnrk. Mr and Mrs George Warrior of Iowa Falls were Tuesday dinner guests at the Ralph Richards home. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee attended the wedding and reception of Phelva Berge and James Smith at the Bode Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. Margaiet Kelley, a student at Drake University, is at the par- pental Louis Kelley home for the holidays. Shirley Alme crime home Friday from Dana College nt Blair, Neb. to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs Chester Alme. Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen attended the golden wedding anniversary' honoring Mr and Mrs William DeWolf a't their home at Rolfe Sunday and the silver wedding anniversary honoring Mr and Mrs August Nielsen at their home at Rolfe- Sunday. Arland Speich spent Sunday at the parental Antone Speich home. He is helping with chores at the Paul Hcggen home aT Remvick. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem" visited Mrs Pearl Hanson . of Whittemnre at Rochester, Minn. Tuesday. Mrs Hanson underwent surgery there a week ago. Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Lester Newton home in Humboldt. The occasion honored both ladies for their birthdays. Mrs DeVere Newton's is December 17. Mr and Mrs Olaf Halsrud of Bode visited Sunday afternoon at the Magnus Bratland home. Mrs Merle Faulk and Monte of Estherville were, overnight visitors at the Percy Watnem home Thursday. Saturday overnight visitors were Irl Bell and children Jack, Ricky and Lois of Pearson. Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Walnem hcMKie were Mr and Mrs H. J Classick of Belmpnd and Mr and Mrs Stanley Keith and sons of Pocahontas. Sunday Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth wero dinner guests at the James Barber home at West Bpnd to celebrate the 13th birthday 'of the Barber's son Dennis Ray.- Mr find Mrs Howard Hellickson attended funeral services for Hans Hanson an uncle of Mrs Hellickson at Humboldt Thursday. ' Mr and Mrs Holli.1 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 hov 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 Wattson Strulhers, Mrs Richard Kropt, Mrs Harvey Thorscn and Mrs Albert Thorscn. Richard Sal/, son of Mr and Mrs Vincent Sab-, received his first Communion recently ;>nd Art Longseth home at Manchester for their annual family Christmas dinner. Mrs Longseth accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet and family of Algona to Manchester, Mrs K. R. McLuen was elected treasurer of the Band Mothers When that group met Wednesday evening at the school- hpuse for a regular meeting. Mrs Silas Banwart who.held that office resigned. Hostesses were Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and Mr.^ Ivan Evanson. The next meeting will be January 11. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer entertained at a 500 party at their home. Those present were Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson, son, pann, Mr and Mrs Konnelh Hanson, Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle, Mr and Mr;; Conrad Johnson, Mr and Mrs Deanne Tel ford and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson won the high prizes and low went to Mrs Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacob- Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrs- Louis Jacobson and Dean Telford. Mrs Allan Wehrspann re> ceived the travel prize. .' Several Yule parties were held last week. Saturday evening Mr anid Mrs Donald Larson entertained at a seven o'clock dinner at their home followed by playing 500. Those present were Mr and Mrs Gordon Larson of Bode,' Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinriel, Mr and Mrs Roy Telford, Mr and MrS Mike Coyle, Mr and Mrs Kermit Fowler and Mr and Mrs Martin! Meyer. Mrs Kermit Fowler and Mike Coyle won high and Mrs Martin Meyer and Gordon Larson low. Mike Coyle won the lucky chair prize. Wednesday evening the direc- 1 tors of the Farmers Co-Op Elevator and their wives were guests, of Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz; The men met for their monthly meeting at the elevator and later* were at the Schultz home. Tripse"" present were Mr and Mrs Erlihjj Malmin, Mr and Mrs • Ivan' Schneider of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and Mrs George Bru'elljnan, Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna, Mr and Mrs Lenhard Holden and Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem. Mr Schultz is manager of the elevator. Yule services at the Presbyterian Church will be held Friday evening at seven o'clock, when -'Christmas Carols and Candles" is presented. Christmas Eve, there will be a' Midnight Service beginning at eleven o'clock, at thf Presbyterian Church. Mr and Mrs Robert Olson and children of N*w London, Conn., arrived Wednesday evening for the holidays with his parents, Mf and Mrs Earl Olsort of Ottosen and her parents, Mr afcd Mrs Clarence Olson of Bode. Robert Olson is a Sonarman in the. 11. S. Navy. He will report back to duty Dec. 30. His family will remain in Iowa as he will receive his discharge sometime in March. .Mr and Mrs Earl Olson plan to have , all their family at home Christmas Day. They include the Robert Olson family, the Marlyn Pflibsen family of Bode ahd the William Qlsoh family of Gharlfes City. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter have received word that their son, Pfc. Robert J. Waechter, has been transferred to a short distance from Tokyo, Japan. Previously he had been about 800 miles from Tokyo. The young man entered the service in Sept 1054 and has been 'overseas sine* February ot 1955. Sell Guernsey Sire Oscar Horvei and Lester J. Groe, Lake Mills, have just purchased the Guernsey sire, Oakland Farm D. Governor, from W. H. Bosworth, Algona, according to the American Guernsey Cattle Club. IF IT'S MEWS - WE WAHf if Union 4*H Party. Union Girls 4-H mtt at Mar" jofie Holdrefc's f)ia«j oft Dec 12.' Mary Ilia Erpelding gave a talk on etiquette. Gifts were exchanged and , Chfistmas carols were sung. The E. and R. Christmas program will be held on Saturday evening, Dec. 24 at 7 pirn. WANT ADS iftMQ RESULTS NOEL The Christmas Bell rings but "glad [tidings to all our loyal friends and customers: wishing you a happy holiday. 1A BARRE'S ALGONA INSURANCE,AGENCY Begins TUESDAY, Dec. 27 - 9:00 a.m. Sharp JWerrp Ctmstmns Best wishes for a joyous holiday from our staff. * KOSSUTH RADIO >*********************************« All Courthouse Offices Will Close From Saturday. December 24 at 12 noon to Tuesday, December 27 *************i ANNUAL AFTER- CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE SALE! ION GRAHAM'S APPAREL BALCONY WOMEN'S Values To $7.98 Complete Sizes For Juniors — Misses — Women — And All Types Values To $10.98 Values To $12.98 Values To $14.98 N GRAHAM'S APPAREL BALCONY WOMEN •» Every Single Coat In Stock Included In This Sale $29.98 COATS 24 $34.98 COATS $39.98 COATS All Ladies Millinery.. Half Price |IN GRAHAM'S CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT! Children's Coats - Sno Suits iverything In Stock ! Wool Sno-Suit Sets, One Piece Gab' ardines, In Sixes From Little To Bi, BOYS WARM JACKETS! Including Mouton-Hood Parkas! Wool Jackets — Gabardine Jackets — Dress Jackets! OFF OFF

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