The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 59
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 59

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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Mr and Mrs Wm. Madsen Jr. had the 10 day old daughter, Mary Jo, baptized at the St. John s Lutheran Church Sunday, Dec. 18, by the pastor Rev. E. L. wittkopp. Spongers were Alvina Hasse and Don Reimers. The Lyle Johnsons of Lake Crystal, Minn, were at the Herman Neitzel home las* week and Mrs Johnson remairted several days while Mrs Neitzel was at St. Ann hospital in Algona for X-ray and treatment, fine latter returned home Wednesday and is improving. Mr and Mrs John Geesman and baby 6f Charles City will spend the next two weeks with the John .Geesmans Sr. and with the Clarence RleBhbffs. ROBINSON PRODUCE Wesley Algona Eastern Star, Burf, Elects New Officers Burl—The regular meeting of Kossuth Chapter 201, O.E.S. was held at the Masonic Hall "Tuesday evening. Election of officers was held. The new ones are Mrs Dean Andrews, Worthy Matron; Derm Andrews, Worthy Patron; associate matron, Mrs Wayne Duean and associate patron, Wayne Dugan; Conductress, Mrs Mennet Trunkhill; associate conduct- res?, Mrs Don Patterson; Secretary, Mrs O. H. Graham and Treasurer, Mrs Nell Dremmel. Mrs Quinton Bjustrom led the group in carol singing. Lunch was served by the committee. Circle' Meetings Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 14, two of t!u; Methodist Circles met as follows: Love—with Vclmn Cook, seventeen members attending. Mrs was a guest; Faith—tr.rt with Stella Gcesmon with some eight members pre- s?nt. The Hope Circle will meet this week. Class Parfy The Fidelis Class Party was at Elsie Lockwoods home Thursday afternoon with Mary Baer assisting. Eleven members attended and one guest was Beth Miller. R'jwena Kyerson had the program and gift money was put inlo the Project Fund. Burl Lions Hosts Members of the Burt Lion's Club entertained their ladies at> the annual Christmas Party at the Legion Hall Monday evening. Some 47 guests were scaled at tables decorated for the season, and auxiliary members served the meal. Vocal music was given by a trio of Russell Patterson, George Becker and Dale Lockwood, with Jean Lockwood accompanist. This was followed by a T.V. Panel game. U. & I. Circle Tuesday afternoon. Doc. 13. 17 im.-mber>' of the U. & I. Circle met with Je.-T'e. Chafee for the annu.'il Ciirisimas party. Mooting opened with carol singing followed by the business meeting and a gift exchange. A box was packed for the Veterans at the Knoxviile hospital. Guests wore- Ariene Chafee and Jeanine, | Jjcnny Riebhoff and Edna Smith. Birthday Honors The T.N.T. Club Clara VanSteenberge. Velma Gillespie of Algona was also a guest and assisted her mother with serving. An exchange of Christmas gifts and gifts to Mystery Sisters with many readings of Christmas articles was the program. The next meeting is planned for January 19. Fireman's ftiftfte* Some 60 people attended the Fireman's dinner given at the Legion Hall Thursday evening. The men served the prepared, meal to the councilmen and wives and firemen wives and Mr and Mrs Nels J. Nelson, Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel and Marion Chipman, the latttfr is city clerk. Band Mothers Parly The Burt Band Mothers gave the annual Christmas party at. the school house Thursday evening. Carol singing by the group and a flute quartett furnished the music for the evening. An exchange of Christmas gifts was followed by serving of lunch by the hostesses who were Thecla Christensen, Marie O'Brien, Vera Schwietert and Iva Woltz. Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger and baby were -dinner guests Wednesday evening at the home of Supt. and Mrs Truesdell in Titonka. Mr Habeger was invited to show his European picture slides at the Titonka Woman's Club Christmfts Party that evening. Mr and Mrs Nels J. Nelson entertained at a dinner recently honoring t h e granddaughter Jeanine Chafee on her 5th birthday anniversary. Attending were besides Jeanine and her parents, Mr and Mrs Roland Chafee, were her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Chafee and Roger Chafee. Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt are spending the Holi- ock luncheon at gave a one the home of day season with the Fred Habe- gers and will visit other relatives. The Hurt Merchants are sponsoring Santa Claus Day for the youngsters of this community, Thursday afternoon, Dec. 22. Sleigh rides at 1 p.m., a Western movie at the Legion Hall at 3:00 and treats will be passed out by Santa during the afternoon. Mrs Bertha Wallace accompanied Mr and Mrs Wallace Hawcott to Mason City Tuesday where they visited relatives and did Christmas shopping. Lorena Riebhoff of Indianola is spending the Chris ; -nas vacation with her parents r and Mrs Lance Riebboff. Joe Zanke wf 5 a patient at St. Ann las' is now at Wilfair Haven A be pleased to see frir. The Childr-'. ristmas program will be in V'C Methodist Church o.' ; : irsc .y evening. • Mr and Mrs Walter Steward will have 'the family Christmas dinner at their home on Sunday and at home for the holidays will be Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward and children of Hazelcrest. 111.: Roger Steward of Fayette and Eugene Steward of San Francisco, the latter in the Navy i.s stationed on the west coast. Candlelight Service will be at the Methodist Church Saturday of Christmas eve, with choirs of the Presbyterian and Methodisl churches in charge of the singing. Rev. Smidt, the Presbyterian pastor, will be the speaker. The Presbyterian Woman's Council held the December meeting Wednesday, Dec. 21, with the following hostesses: Mrs A. H. Meinzer. Mrs Dale Dundas and Mrs Nels J. Nelson. Mr and Mrs Bruce Holding are parents of a son born at St. Ann hospital in Algona on Thursday. The baby has been named Bruce Arthur and is the fifth grand- illian FrerierJfV.con. Tuesday afternoon, in honor of her birthday. Beth Miller and Esther Sorenson were hostesses. Each member presented Mrs Frederickson with a gift. Birthday Circle Party The Birthday Circle hud the annual Chri.-tma.-' meeting with ] Bertha M;m.--m:th Thursday afternoon. Twelve members were present and guests were Etta Hokircn. Lillian Stengel and THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS With reverent hearts we pay tribute to Him on this Christmas and hope that His teachings of Peace on Earth and Good Will to Men will find expression throughout the world. May your famfly enjoy the *r" many rich blessings of Christmas I ALGONA CO-OP CREAMERY CO, BEST WISHES To All Our Friends and Customers May We Extend Holiday Greetings. May Your Christmas Be Merry and Your New Year Bright! CHROME CAFE Foremost among our pleasures at this holiday time is the opportunity to send greetings to our many friends «incj customers for a joy-filled season find the Merriest Christmas ever,,,. BARRY'S RECREATION child for the Clifford Holdings. Mr and Mrs Allen Hinckley were in Armour, S. D., where they attended the funeral of Mr. C. E. Edwards, 76, of that place, Monday, Dec. 12. Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell attended funeral services for a friend, Mr Doolie Dolittle, 55, of Fairmont, Minn., on Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Truesdell and family of Titonka were guests at a 6:30 dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger Saturday evening in observance of the Truesdell's silver wedding anniversary. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Hu nbolclt, Mr /id Mrs Kenneth Sarchett and children and Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger and baby. Timmy Miller of Titonka visited his grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller. Timmy is the three year old son of the Clark Millers. Jerry McMullen underwent a tonsilleclomy at St. Ann hospital in Algona last week. Betty Ilitchell, student at Iowa University, and Rochell Andrews, student at Ames, are spending Thursday, December 11, 1JSS Algdftfl do.) Upper P»» the school vacation with their parents. Norman Mitchell and J. D. Andrews were hosts to some 20 M.Y.F. Christmas Carolers Sufi- day evening at the Mitchell home. Mrs Andrews assisted Mrs Mitchell with the buffet lunch after the singers returned. Here's wishing you a ioyems and glorious Christmas time! BARNETT PRODUCE «lrt^«»*«ft«s!t«»B?s!i«^a«i^^ J * V" t'"f^ -1 1 fe'l #*> ' WE EXTEND TO YOU AND YOURS OUR VERY BEST WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR! Officers and Directors Home Federal Savings & Loan Association Algona, Iowa , Savings & Investment Accounts Home Loans All Accounts Insure] Up To $10,000.00 It adds much to the enjoyment of the season to extend to our friends and customer! our best wishes for a MERRY CHRISTMAS YOUR HOM^OWNEP, CO-OP ElgVATORS Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley. The Farmers Elevator, Bode. Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burt. Farmers Cooperative Elevator Cc»., Swea City. Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton. West Bend Elevator Co., West tend. Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore. Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator C9-, Lone ioek

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