The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 52
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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(fa.) Upper De$ Moine* Thursday, December 22, 1955 •-•• '••-' •^' a ti" •- ^-^} l -, --1 - ,. --T.,.. ;„..„,,,. ..n-^^r.^-.-^-^-^.-^t-.^-- .--..:-.-..._,-.---._. 2 Argentina Missionaries Speakers At Lone Rock Lonfe Rock—Rev. and Mrs Wilbur Sanford, returned missionaries to Argentina, were guest Speakers Sunday evening at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Mrs Sanford is the former Dofothy Dacken of Lone Rock. The Sahfords have completed five years of missionary work in Argentina and are returning there in February or March o! next year. The Sanford family has been in this country a little more than a year. Wed 4$ Yeats Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday with the following dinner guests at their home: Mrs Julie Terwilliger. Mrs Anna Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Russell Terwilliger and family, all of Humboldt, Mr and Mr.s Delbert Blanchard and son Rick Lee of Nevada: Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mi and Mrs Frit?. Newbrough and Steve. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Susun. Pat and Kim, all of Lone Rock. Pre-Chrislmas Even! A pre-Christmas gathering was held at the H. A. Marlow home at Burl Sunday with Harlan Marlow and family, Lyle Marlow and family. Merwin Marlow and family. Wm. Marlow and family, the George Kissner and family, all of Lone. Rock, and Mrs Kate GREETINGS ROVN'S VARIE1Y STORE Collins and Frank vermorc attending. Roilly oT Li- Farm Bureau Parly The Farm Bureau held a Christmas party Wednesday evening at the Owen Berhow homo. Entertainment for the evening was 500 with high prftes going to Hans Bongo and Mrs Marold Srhlei, low prizes to Raymond Bierle and Mrs Ed Meyer: travel to Hans Baago! Mr and Mrs Henry Sehroeder had charge of the entertainment. Servinc -•ommittee were Mrs Emma Hurl- hurl. Mrs Raymond Bierle, Mrs Raymond Laabs. Mrs Clair Bollinger and Mrs Owen Berhow. Zalazniks Are Hosts Mr and Mrs John Zala?nik entertained a group for supper Saturday evening at the Johnson House in Algona. Guests were Mr and Mrs VV. G. Flaig, Mr and Mrs Erich Sccgobarth, Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus, Mr and Mrs Jim Long. Mr and Mrs Harlan McFarland. Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren visited Monday evening nt the Frank Flaig home. Mrs Roger Jensen and Kathy, Mrs Frank Plaig were guests Tuesday afternoon in Algona at the Dean Jergemon home in honor of their daughter Barbara's 5th birthday. Mrs Kenneth Jackson entertained the Dorothy circle last Thursday afternoon at their Christinas meeting. Fourteen members were present and three £?uests, Mrs Angus Cotton. Mrs Erich Seegebarth and Miss Ruth Krueger. Gifts were presented and plans made for serving the" next family night lunch at the church. Mrs Maude Blanchard was hostess to the Lone Rock birthday clubs Christmas party Wednesday afternoon. Those present were Mesdames Fred Genrich, Mary Flaig, Hulda Schultz, Jack Quinn. Frank Flaig. Jim Long, Alex Krueger and Rose Kraft. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee, Michael and Susan spent Friday in Minneapolis. Mrs H. E. Morgan of Algona visited from Saturday till Monday evening at the W. J. Cotton home. Mrs Maude Blanchard and Mrs Emma Ilurlburt visited Thursday afternoon at the county home in Algona and took nuts, candy and fruit donated by the Luoille circle. Mr and Mrs Wm. Faulstirk nnd Mrs Dora Faulstick of Whitte'.Tiore spent Monday evr-ning at thn Hulda Schultz home. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger went to Dos Moines Friday and brought Janet and Barbara Quinn home for the holidays. MV and Mrs Leslie Johnson, are the parents of a son bofft Friday morning, Dec. 16 at Holy Family hospital at Esthefville. The little lad weighed six pounds and one ounce and has beeft named Paul Benjamin. Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained at a coffee party Tuesday morning in honor of Mrs Leslie Johnson. Guests were Mesdames Jess Blanchard, Harlan Elan- chard. Milton Madison, Clarence Kraft. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard nnd Jonathan visited Sunday afternoon at the C. E. Householder home. Mrs Darly Hanson, Kurt and Katherine of Fayette, la. are visiting at the 'Fred Genrich home. Mrs Kate Collins and Frank ReilJy of Livermore spent over the weekend at the Merwin Marlow home. Mrs Floyd Salsbury, Johnny and Diane visited Donna Sunday •ifternoon in Algona. Donna 'is working at the Roberts Nursing Home. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow attended the funeral of his cousin Roy Berhow at Thompson, Friday. Mrs Glenn Householder, Larry and Dennis visited Saturday in Des Moines with Dennis' grandparents, Mr and Mrs Emos Mundell. Mr and Mrs Dale Sehroeder and Susan spent Sunday afternoon at the Harry Schmeling home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Raymond Uthof and Rodney Lee visited the Schroeders Sunday evening. Leon Marlow, student at Vermillion, S. D., arrived Friday at the parental Eldon Marlow home. Rev. and Mrs Wilbur Sanford and son Timothy of Minneapolis, Mrs Marie Dacken of Omaha, Rev. Russell Dacken of Wayne, Neb. spent over night Sunday at the Ronald Christenson home. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family and Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and family visited at the Christenson home Sunday. Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson entered Estherville hospital Sunday for a check up. Donald Jensen, son of the E. M Jensens, arrived home Fridav evening for the Christmas holidays. He is a senior at Luther college. Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle and family visited Saturday evening at the Paul Bernhard home. Mr and .Mrs Wayne Lynch and ramily. Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson and family spent Sunday at Sutherland, la. r! Mr and Mrs John Munch and •Jackie. Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn were guests Sunday at the Milton Madison home in honor of Mrs Madison's birthday. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker and daughter, Charla Jo were supper guests Sunday at the Rose Kraft home. > Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll and family spent Sunday eVening at the A. L. Jackman home in Algona. Herman Kramer spent Monday and Tuesday of last week in St, Paul. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Kramer were guests at the Albert Schipull home in Lu- Verne, , Rev. and Mrs Wilbur Sanford and Timothy were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz. Tim, Debra and Garry of Ottose.-i visited Sunday at Maude Elan* chard and Hulda Schultz homes. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck attended the silver wedding anniversary of the Alfred Schmidts u corwith Sunday. Tuesday evening the Kuecks visited at the Herman Voigt home at Whittemore, Thursday evening the Donald Miller family of Luverne called and Saturday evening Marvin Kueck and family were at the Henry Kueck home. Sunday evening the Modernett club held a Christmas party with a gift exchange at the Gerald Radig home. Five hundred was played and prizes went to Mrs Wm. Marlow high. Mrs Raymond Laabs low, Willard Thompson high and Victor Dreyer low. Travel went to Mrs Raymond Laabs. Lunch was served to 32 guests by the hostesses, Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard, Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson, Mr and Mrs Gene Bollig and Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and sons were- supper guests Sunday evening at the Joe Miller home. Tuesday suppsr guests at the Walter Thompson home were Mr and Mrs Albert Pavik and family, Mr and Mrs Jentz Madseri and family all of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Waffeh Thompson and family, Mrs Dick Waterbury all of Swea City. Mr and Mrs GeraM Radig were. Thursday supper guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs Leroy Hendrickjson of Armstrong. Prairie Pals Party The Prairie Pals met Dec. 10 for a Christmas party at the home of Charlotte, . Gloria and Wise. Charlotte Wise told about her trip to Chicago. A demonstration was given by Melissa Nygaard and Ruth Wise. ADVEftllSiNG ih the Algonj Upper Des Moines rescues more families in Kossuth county than ifiv other publication* greetings ALGONA BARBER SHOP Charlie — "Soup" — John NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE & APPLIANCE CO. $<%&«ftttftrc«ir<3!ra Joyful and !.; © e CHRISTMAS SERVICES • • TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH REV.'L. H. LOESCH. PASTOR Christmas Eve — 7:00 P.M. — Children's Christmas Service Entitled "Our Wonderful Redeemer" in which 180 Children Will Participate. Music by Trinity Choir. (Sunday) Christmas Day — 10:00 A.M. — Christmas Worship, With Sermon by Pasior Loesch. Sponsored in The Spirit of Christmas By; ELEAD WEGNER, Contractor LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. CHROME SERVICE STATION Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Co. VAN'S CAFE ALGONA PRODUCE J ft L MOTOR CO. RISINGS MILL & ELEVATOR KELLEY LUMBER CO. Russ & Ky's Nosh Sales & Serv. ALGONA GREENHOUSES ALGONA BOTTLING WORKS READY-MIX CONCRETE ft LUMBER CO. HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. Algona Plumbing & Heating IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING ALGONA RENDERING CO. BUD ROBINSON, Contractor MILLER STEEL BLDGS. CO. Cook's Scrap, Iron ft Metal VIKING OIL CO. SARGENT ft CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS Thompson Distributing Co. SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE Joy To The World V' '* |o' ,'t r ?'•' \ Y'-'/r ••' + < r • * * »]?''» / .* '/I fclV /- \/F ^^ --r^ ;P *« *»»'' •V 1 I' .-,' •CHRISTMAS SERVICES SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH (Saturday) December 24 — 11:00 A.M.— Annual Christmas Program Presented by Children. Youth and Adult*. Volunteer Missionary Society (Young People's Group) under Mrs. Ear) Ackerman. Don Larsen and Wmfield Carlisle. Local Elders. (PASTOR NORMAN SHARP, fort Dodge. Preaches Here on First Saturday of Eve y ry Month) Sponsored in The Spirit of Christmas By; SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE HEAD WEGNiR, Contractor LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. CHROME SERVICE STATION Pioneer HUB red Seed .Corn Co. VAN'S CAFE ALGONA PRODUCE J & L MOTOR CO. RISINGS MILL ft ELEVATOR IRONS HEATING * PLUMBING ALGONA RENDERING CO. BUD ROBINSON, Contractor Cook's Scrap, Iron ft Metql MILLER STEEL BLDGS. CO. VIKING OIL CO. SARGENT ft CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS Thompson Distributing Co. KELLEY LUMBER CO. Russ & Ky's Nash Sales ft Strv, ALGONA GREENHOUSES ALGONA BOTTLING WORKS READY-MIX CONCRETE ft LUMBER CO. Algona Plumbing ft Heating HUUELL'S CITIES SERVICE UNIVERSAL MFG. CO,

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