The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 51
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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Christmas Programs At LuVerne Are Presented LuVerne **- Annual Christmas programs will be giveh in the local churches. The program at the Methodist Church will be presented Friday evening uhcier direction of Mrs James Mallofy and Kenneth Sorensen. Services will be held in Methodist church at 10 a.m., Christmds Day. The program of the Evangelical United Brethren Church will be held 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening, Dec. 24. An offering for the children's Home in Flat Rock, Ohio will be received. The Lutheran program will be opened by scripture end prayer Merry Christmas A warm friendly wish of cheer, For Christmas and the coming year. BECKER'S SPORTING GOODS by the Rev. Louis Wittenburg, followed by grades, primary, intermediate and junior. Offering to be taken and treats for all at each service. Christmas Cantata A Christmas Cantata "While Shepherds Watched" was presented by the LuVerne High School Mixed Chorus of 51 voices, 2 p.m. Sunday in the school auditorium. Solos and duets were given by Donald Baker, Larry Henderson, Eldon Reddcl, Vera Hahselman, Myrna Northrop, Jean and Joan Johnson, Janice Heine and Marilyn Zentner. A program of appropriate Yuletide musical numbers followed by the high school concert band of 41 young people. The chorus and band are under the direction of Mrs William (Martha) LiUlejohri. Candle-light services were held in the Evangelical United Brethren Church Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. with the Youth Fellowship in charge assisted by their sponsor Melvin Marty and Mrs J. Paul Stevens assisting. A thank offering 1 was taken and a white-gift offering accepted to be sent to the Western Old People's Home in Cedar Falls. Birthday Honors " Mrs Harold Nielson, Jr. was honored with a birthday party Sunday evening in the home of her mother, Mrs Elda Kollmann. Cards were played, refreshments served. She received gifts from the guests, hei 4 relatives, Mr and Mrs Clem Stripling. Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner, Mr and Mrs Har- nld Nielson, Jr., Dick Nielson, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson, Mrs Martha Schneider, Mrs Albert Schneider and Mrs Eleanora Eustace. Honored, 85ih Birthday Mr and Mrs William Marty, sons. Kenneth and Melvin enter- 7-UP DISTRIBUTING CO. Duano Jensen tained guests for dinner Wednesday evening. The- oc^aiioft marked the 85th blrtjrdiy of hfe? mother, Mrs Barbara Elmef of Ren wick which Was Dec. 14 and of her nephew, Donald Marty whose date was Dec. 13. Quests included the Misses Martha and Lena Elmer, Renwiok, Mr and Mrs E. C. Marty, Mr and Mrs Donald Marty, LuVefne, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty, Norman, Eleanor Schwidder, Hardy. The honored guests received gifts. Linda Kubly, 12 Linda Kubly celebrated her 12th birthday with a party at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Melvin Kubly, Thursday evening. Games were enjoyed, followed by birthday refreshments. Linda received gifts from her friends, Lola and Janice Johns, Sharon and Glenda Smith, Irene and Barbara Erhardt, Kathleen Anderson and Monica Markman. Club Gift Exchange In the home of Mrs Edward Lindebak festive for the holidays the Bid N Bye Bridge club met fof their meeting and exchange of gifts Friday evening. Mrs Jon Nelson was a guest. At the play at three tables, honors, Mrs Nelson and Mrs Charles Hanselman, Jr. Dorothy Marty of New York 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, William 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 and Mrs Earl Detemering Sr., Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen and families. Word was-received tlfat Mary Ann Smith of Washington, D. C. has 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 daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Sam E. Smith and the granddau.: ghter of the late Mr and Mrs H. C. Allen of LuVerne. Mrs Nelle Biegger has returned to her farm home, southeast of LuVerne, 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 . n * medical patient at the hispital. in Cherokee, arrived Write frlcUir afid h«f many friends ititt Ve pleftaed to leafh she is much improved. ' William Klowitter who has b£en a surgical patient in the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge past three weeks came to his home Saturday. Mrs Ralph T. Davidson visited Mr Davidson, a medical pat- i6nt ' in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, past three weeks, Sunday. Mr and Mrs George doodner of Des Moines visited over Sunday in the parental, Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler. Mrs Gobdner remained for the holidays. Mr Goodner will come batfk for, Christmas. Their son 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 hom6 of Mr and Mrs Bonnie fillifritz and sons, parents and brothers Of the ladies. Mr and Mrs William Gray of Eagle Grove were Sunday guests in the Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler home, parents of Mrs Gray. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt will be Christmas guests in the Mr and Mrs Cameron Chrlstensen 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 Bortii, 68. Her son Arthur Bortz of Adrian, Minn., is an uncle of Mrs Genrich. Mrs Ella Woito went to Cedar Rapids Monday and will visit over the holidays in the honiSs pf her sons Harold and Milton Woito families. Miss Sara Blumer, Waukegan, 111. arrived Friday for the holidays with her brother and sister, Peter and Miss Luella Blum- *er and other relatives. Mrs Lawrence Sohl left Mon- day to visit in the home of her daughter and family in Greenfield. Mrs Sohl has been here about two months and Is living as a companion to Mrs Ella Woito. Mr and Mrs Dpnnis Carroll, accompanied by his mother and sister, Mrs Mary Carroll and Lucille Carroll of Algona visited Sunday in the home of Mrs Hazel Carroll in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Leslie Calkins and daughters were Sunday visitors in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Albert Pergande and family in Algona. Mrs Julia Perganlle 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 Hilnt were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Bernard Devine and family at Woden. Thursday, December 22, 1955 Algona (la.) Upptf D«* M«in«-S By Mrs D. 6. Mayer Mr and Mrs Edward Looft, and Dr. and Mrs Richard Snyder of Swea City and Mrs Cleo Young of Des Moines left on Friday for Alexandria, Virginia, where they will spend Christmas at the Donald Looft homo. After Christmas' they plan to go on to Indian Rock Beach, Florida, to visit Dr. Sny- dcr's parents, Rev. and Mrs Charles Wicks. Friday Santa visited Lcdyard and a very large crowd was on hand to welcome him. The afternoon's program began at the school where the Lcdyard high school band Vfidpt the direction of Dale Canfield played a half hour concert, and the glee clubs sang. Pupils of the Grant school came in busses and enjoyed these programs and accompanied the boys and girls down town, following Santa Glaus to the Lumber yard where around 500 were given sacks of candy and nuts. This was followed on Main street with the drawing for about 50 prizes. Charles Bashara is still in the Blue Earth Community hospital following an at-cident which he had when returning to Ledyard last Monday after taking their daughter Beverly back to her school at Cowrie. At that time he suffered a severe head cut and back injuries. The Methodist Sunday School Christmas program will be held on Friday evening, Dec. 23 at 7:30 p.m. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear Sensational price for a Sensational Freezer! Admiral 1O ^L UPRIGHT FREEZER Fits Every Horn* and Budget • Freezes on all sides and inside of food packages • Holds 350 Ibs. of frozen food • 4 Refrigerated Super- Speed Freezing Shelves • Handy'Frozen Food and Juice Racks in Door Model 1OU35 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 52 1407 Commercial St. a!jre)!9r0>!^ Children of The Heavenly King • • CHRISTMAS SERVICES • • ALGONA METHODIST CHURCH REV. H. E. WHYTE (Sunday) Christmas Day — 9:00 A.M. Christmas Services with Special Music by the Choir and Christmas Sermon by Rev. Whyie. (Sunday) Christmas Day — Sunday School—10:00 A.M. Sponsored in The Spirit of Christmas By: CHROME SERVICE STATION VAN'S CAFE AIGONA PRODUCE Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Co. J & L MOTOR €0. RISINGS MILL & ELEVATOR KELLEY LUMBER CO. AIGONA GREENHOUSES ALGONA BOTTLING WORKS Thompson Distributing Co. READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE UNIVERSAL MFG, CO- IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING Algona Plumbing i Heqting AIGONA RENDERING CO. BUD ROBINSON, Contractor MILLER STEEL BLDGS. CO. VIKING Oil CO. SARGENT & CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS Cook's Scrap, Iron & Metal Russ & Ky's Nash Sales & Serv. SCHULTZ BROS. ©ARAGE ELEAD WEGNER, LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. • • CHRISTMAS SERVICES • • REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH REV. JOHN RAIN • Friday, December 23 — 8:00 P.M. — Sunday School Children's Program. (Sunday) Christmas Day — Sunday School — 10:00 A.M. (Sunday) Christmas Day — Worship ^Service — 11:00 A.M. — Christmas Sermon. (Sunday) Christmas Day — Youth Service — 7:00 P.M. (Sunday) Christmas Day — Evening Gospel Service — 8:00 P.M. of Christmas By Sponsored in The Spirit MILLER STEEL BIjDGS. CO. VIKING OIL CO. SARGENT * CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS Cook's Scrap, Iron & Metal Russ & Ky's Nash Seles & Serv. SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE ELEAD WEGNER, Contractor LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. CHROME SERVICE STATION Pipneer HNBred Seed Corn Co. VAN'S CAFE ALGONA PRODUCE J & L MOTOR CO- RISINGS MILL & ELEVATOR KELLEY LUMBER CO, Algong Plumbing & Heating ALGONA GREENHOUSES ALGONA BOTTLING WORKS READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE Thompson Distributing Co. UNIVERSAL MF£, CQ. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING ALGONA RENDERING CQ BUD ROBINSON, Contractor

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