The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
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2-Alfldna (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Tuesday, Jamiory 3, t$56 Former Wesley Woman Dies; Rites Dec. 6 —Mr and Mrs Clarencr Dornbier, Mr and Mrs Dale Dorn- bicr, Mr and Mrs Joe Miller, Mr find Mrs Albert Yegge, Mr and Mrs David Kleinpeter, Ed Dornbier, Mi- and Mrs Lon Gouge, Mr find Mrs Clarence Ptacek and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Booker attended the funeral of Mrs John Spangler. 63 at St. Mary's Cath- nlic church at: 'Jahtesville, Minn. Monday morning, Dec. 26 at -9 o'clock. Mrs Spangler died Friday following a • lingering illness. She was the former Lena Miller, a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Nick Miller, former Wesley vicinity residents. The John Spangle'rs fanned near Wesley and Garner before moving to Minnesota. She is survived by her husband, three daughters and one son: Mrs (Irene) Paul Schleusner of Forest City, Mrs Bernadine Smith at home, Mrs (Leona) Francis Fox of. Waseca, Minn, wnd Kenneth Spangler of Jamesville, Minn. The deceased was MOTOR REPAIRS Large Stock of " REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times r Seryice Motors Available For Emergency Use a sister of Joe Miller, Mrs Clarence Dornbier and Mrs Yegge. Move To Brill Mr and Mrs Stun Johnson and sons, David and Steven moved Wednesday Dee. 2!! to Britt where he is employed at the First Stato Bank. He had been employed in the local Exchange SUite Bank five years. Louis Simpson who purchased the. Johnson home moved his family in from the farm northeast of Wesley. The David Kleinpeter family moved here over the weekend from Des Moines. He will be employed in the local bank. Special Student Services Sunday,.Dec. 25, was Student Day in the Methodist church with students home for their holiday vacations assisting in the service. Sandra Flom, student nurse at the Methodist hospital, Des Moines, played the prelude offeratory and accompaniments; Janice Paulson of Waldorf College, Forest City, led a responsive reading; Ted Hansen of the Iowa State College, Ames, gave a talk 6rt the work of the Wesley Foundation in our' colleges; Mr and Mrs Paul Riggs and 2 daughters, Sandra and Joettc ol Davenport; Lowell Erdman ol Decorah; Stanley Hansen of thu State University, Iowa City; Russell Hansen of the Harlingen Air Base, Texas; Carrell Erdman and Carol Hansen R. N. of University hospital, Iowa City, were present at the services. Christmas Programs The Evangelical Free Church Sunday School held its Christmas program Tuesday evening, Dec. 27 in the church. There were carols and readings by the juniors and primary pupils, and also by the adult trio and quartet. The Christmas program was presented in the Methodist church Saturday evening. The primary department gave a half hour of readings and songs. Junior clept. dramatized the story of "Why the Chimes Rang", with Mrs Dwight Bruns as reader and the adult choir furnished a musical background. A New Daughter A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Cletus West at Brill Memorial hospital Thursday, Dec. 22. She has been named Ladonna Mary and she has tm eleven months old.sister, Luanne, who was at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Forrest Reibsamen at Britt. Mrs Wes.t and infanl daughter were taken to the Reibsamen home in Britt on Dec. 25 and they were brought to their home here Thursday. ELECTRIC CO. 170 Algona, Id. Hostess To Club /Mrs Dwight Bruns entertained : hcjj_contrajsi'tbridge club Tues- aayevernr^'trec." 27.' Mrs" Mary Lou Sluder won high score pri/e and Mrs Nyla Nevvbrough Ihc low score prize; Plan Firemen's Ball The Annual fireman's ball will be held at the Duncan dance pavilion Tuesday evening, Jan. iO. Everyone is urged to pur- hase a ticket and help the volunteer fire department. Little Girl Injured '. Esther Hildman, 6 year old daughter of Mr And Mrs John [tildmnn, fell at her home Tuesday and suffered a deep cut in the back of her head that required three stitches at Dr. Warner's office. Mrs Harley Hayncs and son Harley Jr. 6f Fort Worth, Tex. spent Dec. 29 to Jan. 2 in the P. C. Haynes home. Mr and Mrs Karl Wester and two daughters, Margo and Kay of Antes were Thursday guests of his mother, Mrs Bettie Wester. The Karl Wester family are moving to Barron, Wis. where lie has been employed for sometime. Mr and Mrs John Arns of Bassett and her mother, Mrs Anna Hauptman were Tuesday Dec. 27 guests in the Harold Martinek h6me. Mrs Leila Jordan of Des Moines spent a week's holiday vacation with her mother and son, Mrs Bettie Wester and Alan Jordan. The Wesley Lions club played the Titonka Lions Friday evening, Dec. 31, in a basketball game at Titonka. Mrs Mary Bradfield and Jack entertained 17 relatives at a family dinner party Monday, Dec. 26 in their home. Guests were Mr and Mrs S. E. Christensen and family of Mason City, Mr and Mrs R. Erickson and family of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Gary Smith of Rolfe and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Nelson of Mallard. ELry Loebig of Britt, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Victor Loebit; of Wesley is one of C4 men who will study under a plan set up as an answer to a serious shortage of trained personnel. All members of the Iowa Highway Commissioner's Construe tion field forces will begin 10 weeks of intensive class room work on the Iowa State College Campus at Ames on Jan. 4. They will live on the campus and receive full pay while taking the course. • .; Christmas Day guests in the Will Martinek home, who also observed the birthday of their host were Miss Aline Martinek of Knoxville, Paul Olsen of Harcourt, and Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek and Jerry Bob. Miss Martinek, music instructor, brought with her a Hammond organ and the family enjoyed a sing fest and concert. The Catholic Daughters of America will meet Wednesday evening, Jan. 4. The women on the entertainment committee are Mary Krieps, Bernadine Hildman, Kathryn .Willems, Kathryn Hamilton and Carolyn Hatten. On the kitchen committee are Viola, Studer, .Francis' Weber, Elizabeth Hildman, Sara Raney and Beatrice Hiidman. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meinckc left Wednesday for Newton where they will spend several iad visited her parents, Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and other relatives over the Christinas weekend. Jim Mullin and Stanley Hanig of Camp Chaffer, Ark. spent their holiday fu'rloughs at their par- Mvtal, Charles Mullin ;md Leo Hanig homes. ; Mrs Ihno Gerdcs and Mrs' Reese Martin suffered bad falls on the icy streets last week. Although no .bones were broken they received bruises and shock. Susie Acketvon, small daughter of Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson fell on a floor register and cut A big gash in her knee. *, "Chuck" Trunelle from the Army Ait* Base near Houston,' Texas, spent a 17-day furlough dt his parental Ted Trunelle home,! W.S:C.S. Will meet Wednesday, Jan. 4, at the Methodist parson-, age with Mrs Lawrence Hansen, Mrs Thefon Hansen and Mrs Charles Price as hostesses. Devo-, lions were led by Mrs Lftwrendt Baylor and the lesson was given by Mrs John PaUlSdn. ; Mr and Mrs Ivan Johnson and three children and Mr artd Mrs Ole K. Flom, Anna and Ethel were Christmas Day guests at the Howard Funnemark home. , Mrs Jennie Lukeri came home Monday, Dec. 20 frSm a fi week'3 Visit with ft son and a daughlei and their familiek in Minneapolis, Minn,- Mr and Mrs? Harold Lti-' ken brought her hDfne, ; ; Mr * and 'Mrs Calvin Meineke of Jefferson spent severaj days over the Christinas .weekend at her parental. N. F. Weber home. Other Christmas Day guests at the Weber home were Mr and Mrs George Roeder and family of Algona, Bill Weber and Ann Weber of Britt. : Mr and Mfs Koland Waldsch 1 midt and family of SpencSr and Mr and Mrs Ed Welter and family of Dubuque were Christinas 'vtre'ekend guests at the parental, Ben G. Studer home. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner .and ,t\vo children Jimmy and t)ebbie •spent the Christmas weekend With relatives in Davenport. I Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and 'ifee children were Christmas Say guests of Mr and Mrs Bud lauptman and family al Ban- Mrs Jean Kraus will be host-, ess to the club \\tomen on • Mon- day'night, Jan. 9. , / . . llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinillllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIillllllllllllllllll days with his parents before re- puining* their studies at the State University..,at Iowa City, They AAlVtm croft. Monday, Dec. 26 dinner guests at the Gayle Studer h6l«e were; Mr and Mrs Sill Studer and hlvo ehiltlrert bf tJlarioft, Mi?, arid Mrs Evefell Ackerson ^nd two children, Mrs, Viola Studor and' Mrs Jennie Lukefu ; Mr an^^Mi-s Ben Matei'n ahd two daughters of McserVey spent seVeral days over the Christmas weekend at the parental, Mrs Martha West home. Other Christmas Day guests at the parental , home were Mr and Mrs Paul Studer and family, Mr and Mrs Gaylon Vitzthum and family of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Verne fteding of Woden and Mfcf i Vey Reding of Bode. 5 :Mf end Mrs Dale Barrister and two chilflfen were Christfitas day guests at the parental. Lltiyd Barmisterfhbme at Mallard. Oh Monday they were fjtiests of her parents, Mi* and Mrs Albert Davis and family of EstheVySlle. , The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening,,Jan. 5th with , ftyla Newbrough and Pauline Pfeffer as hdstesses. Tuestipy evening, Dec. 27 dinner guests in the Elmer Doughan home wea-e Mr Loebig, Ellen and Mrs Victor" Kay, Sister Gibvanhi And Mr afid Mr* Mfefle Loebig and three chil«lifetJ 1; lister Giovanni, the forrfter Joan Loebigj who teaches at Franklin Park, Chicago, spe'fn several days over the holidays 'jit the parental Victor L6i*bi| hoirte. Merle lioebig, his Wife ar)a their three children are spending two weeks at his parental, -.Victor Loebig home enroute an army base in California' to New York and then to Germany. Christmas Day dinner guests at the Oeefie Ricke home were Mt afid Mfs Arnold Stufflick and fftfflily of Kanawha, Other evening guests were Mr and Mrs Lyle Heperly and son G|fy of Cleat Lake; , Ireftfe J&tAK; Rose Marie •• Mtjlft Doh Dofeftbiff and .Stanley Manig. , •:. ' ' Mr ahd Mrs 6'scar Stuiflick of ' Minneapolis' #t>re k tfuests in thfe George * Ricke home Monday evening, f)ee. 26, , Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles * . • •. Science Find* Heating Substance Trmt Does Both— Reli«vei Puin—Shrink* «*- 1 -' .-.-.... —. fF'dif the first tinie selehce hal "fbtrfid a fiew healing fcilbstnhco With thfe ing ability to shrink ' Jn cn^e after caae/while. t ifehUy •' ' " ftctukl fedticti6«| nee. relieving paint nc (shruikagc) trtofc pW c . . ;.j. 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