The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1956 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1956
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Betty Becker, Wesley Jo Wed Vernon Berte Wesley — Mrs Justine Becker has announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter fietty and Vernon Berte, son of Mr and Mrs Alphonse Berte of St. Joe. The wedding will take place here in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wednesday morning, Jan. 2. Betty is now employed in the Iowa State Bank in Algona. He farms with her father near St. Joe. Invitations are also out for a pre-nuptial shower for Betty Ann Becker to be held Sunday, December 16, at 1:30 p.m. at St. Joseph's parish hall. Boy Scout Patty Boy Scouts and their leader, Jim Olsen and three Cub Scout groups and leaders, the Mesdames Jim Olsen, Fred Thomas and Don Kraus conducted a very enjoyable jamboree Monday evening, December 3, in the Legion Hall, with 60 parents and friends present. Mrs L. L. Pfeffer was program chairman. Alan Jordan impersonated Liberace and played several numbers; Paul Pfeffer was Elvis Presley and played and sang several numbers; Jimmy Wplker was Dr. I. Q. Frank, Louis and Erwin Martin gave a mind reading act. Several audience participation games were played. Awards went to Gary Smith. Gary Loebig, Michael and Gerry Studer, Dennis Flaherty, Mike Neuroth and Tommy Roiling. Ronnie Root joined the group as a' tenderfoot. Hcsts At Dinner Mrs Eldon Devereau entertained a group of relatives at a 6 o'clock dinner Monday evening, December 3 in honor of her cousin, Mrs Hubert Bowman, nee Mary Leo Erdman, and her lius- bandj who are here on a visit en- route from California to Germany. Guests were Mr and Mrs Paul Erdman, Mr and Mrs Alfred Erdmnn and Willis, Mrs Gone Wolfe, net 1 Patty Erdman, and her two daughters, Barbara and Debbie of Ames. Johnson reported that they; had made 9 dozen cookies ahd' had sent them to the WoodwaM hbs- pital. Mrs Luke Voungwirth reported having made 2 dozen* cookies and sent thefft to Woodward. The Auxiliary cleared $120 at the lunches and dinners served on election day. The Auxiliary are assisting in the clothing drive for the Hungarians. Anyone may leave wearing apparel at any of the three stores before December 15 and they will be packed and shipped to headquarters. 500 was played. Mrs Oayle Studer won high score ptitfe, and Mrs Mark Studet low prize, Mrs Roy Becker, door prize and Mrs Helen Johnson, lucky cup prize. Miss Beatrice Hildmart, Mrs J. P. Hauptman and Mrs Ed Hildman were on the entertainment committee. Mrs Rich Reiling. Mrs Joan Johnson and Mrs Everett Ackerson were on the serving committee. A gift exchange was held. C.D.A. Meeting The C.D.A.'s will meet Tuesday evening, Dec. 18. Servers wn, be Minnie Bleich, Felice Hilbert, Beatrice Kildtnan, Mildred Vitzthum, Hazel Studer and Elizabeth Hildman. Entertainers will be Helen Youngwirth, Tracy Ward, Mary Wingert, Ruth Youngwirth, and Florence KudeJ. Infant Bapiited The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Donovan Studer, Nov. 22, was baptized Sunday, Dec. 2 in St. Joseph's Catholic church and named Lawrence James. His grandparents, Mr and Mrs Tony Kajweski of Emmestburg were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Herman Studer are the infant's paternal grandparents. The young couple also have a young son, Michael. At Livermore Wedding Harry Stalzer. son of Mr and Mrs Will Stalzer, was married to Alice Klein in a double ring ceremony in the Sacred Heart Catholic church at Livermore recently. Marlene Klein, sister of the bride was maid of honor; Mrs Ralph Stalzer, sister-in-law of the groom, was bridesmaid. Mary Louise Klein, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Ralph Stalzei and Allen Klein were the groom's attendants. The young couple will live near Renwick. Auxiliary Xmas Party Thirty members attended American Legion A u x i 1 i a ry Christmas parly Thursday evening. DPI-. Glh. A pot luck lunch was served at 7:15 followed by a short business meeting. Mrs Joe Meurer and Mrs Helen C.D.A. Xmas Party The C.D.A.'s annual Christmas party was held Wednesday evening, Dec. 5. with a \e.ry good attendance. Mosctames Mildred Arndorfer, Marjorie Becker, Minnie Studer, Blanche Rasmussen, Rita Youngwirth, Josie Gouge, Mm eel la Studer, Clara Havnrly, Eileen Johnson and Mary Weber Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That Does Both-' Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids New York, IS. '.'. (Spi-clul) — Kor tllO first lime science lias found n now lii'alintr sul.istn.icc v.'ith the astonishing nhility to shrink hemorrhoids nn I to relievo pain—without surgery. In ruse nfh-r case, while gently rrlievint; pnin, actual reduction (shrinliane) took place. Most amazing of all — results were lo thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Filei have ceased to bo a problem!" The secret Is n new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) —discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance U now available In mij>pr>sitory or ointment form under the name Preparation II.* At. your druggist. Money back guarantee. •KM. u. •. Pit. Off. wefe the committee. A skit " Managing a Husband" was presented by Mildred Ar*n* dpffer, Josie G&iige. Marjorie Bwkfer and Miftnie Studer. A nativity scene was portrayed by Mary Weber, as St. Joseph; Clara Haverly as an Angel and Maxihe Studer as the Blessed Virgin. Mary Jo Becker was the vocalist. Mildred Arndqrfef read a poem. "When Santa Plays Cupid" was presented by Eileen Johnson, Rita Youngwirth and Sally Studer, the latter as Santa. A 60 cent gift exchange war held and lunch served by Mes dames Bernadine Hamilton, Rogo- mary Dornbier, Pauline Pfeffer, Francis Weber, Edna Koppen and Stacia Richtstneier. Prairie Neighbors Parly The Prairie Neighbors will hold their annual Christmas party rtt. the J. M. Kunz home Monday, Dec. 17. Mrs Clair Wingert will be assistant hostess. Mesdames George Roeder, Glenn Smith and Paul Ber'ger are on the program committee. Secret Sisters will be revealed in the gift exchange and names drawn for the coming year. The Paul Bcrger family moved lately to a farm 5 miles south of Convith. He will continue to farm the 80 acres on which they had lived. Mrs Cletus Sluder and infant son were brought home Thursday from the Britt hospital where the baby was born Sunday, Dec. 2 The baby has been named James Andrew. Mrs Studer is the former Coleen Reising, daughter of Mr and Mrs And-ew Reising. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer are the paternal grandparents. The young couple also- h-ve a small daughter, ChrisM. An emefgene- Red Cross drive for Hungarian relief is being conducted. Mrs Otto Henderson is chairman. Mrs Wilbur Fisher and Mrs Oscar Erickson of Elmhurst, 111., former Wesleyans, spent. Wednesday calling on DeEtta Hall, Mrs Olive Eraman, Mrs Florence Young, Mrs Molly Johnson and Mrs Bettie Wester. Mrs Fisher came to Iowa to visit her father in Britt seriously ill. Mesdames 'Lawrence Baylor, Charles Nygaard, Oliver Young and Paul Erdman attended the Methodist bazaar in Corwith Wednesday, Dec. 5. Mr and Mrs Lowell Erdman of Decorah spent Sunday, Dec. 9, with her sister, Mrs Eldon Devereau and family. Carrcll Erdman of Spencer was also a guest of her sister. Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner and family spent Sunday, Dec. 2 in Marshalltown with her cousins, Mr and Mrs Louis Swanson. Mrs Phil Ballard and infant son, Kevin Lyle left St. Ann hospital, Algona, Wednesday, where the baby was born Thursday, Nov. 29. Ballards moved from Esther- villc to South Harriet Street in Algona recently. Mrs Ballard is the 'former Nancy Doughan, only daughter of Vincent Doughan and the late Mrs Doughan. Mr and Mrs Frank Bentele ol Swea City were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Will Hauptly home. The women are sisters. Irving Alne of Pasedena, Calif spent several days last week at his parental, Sam Alne home and with his sister, Mrs Maurice. DeBoer and family. He had been in Washington, D. C. on business. George Kemper entered the feritl hospital the fore part bl Week f6t medical care.- Mf arid Mrs Lee Goel2 w£nt to 16wa City Wednesday rnofh- ing where her father, John Arndorfer of Algona had surgery for gall bladder trouble. His daughter, Mrs Walter Lichter, R.N., ot Algona is with him'; Mr Afn- dorfer had been a patient in St Ann hospital, Algona, for 10 days. Mrs Bfidgett Smith of Algona formerly of Wesley, attended the C. D. A. Christmas party Wednesday evening, Dec. 5. Her son Charles accompanied her to Wesley and visited former classmates. Mrs Smith has been doing substitute teaching in the 2nd and 3rd grades at St. Cecelia's Academy in AJgona recently. Carl Froehlich Jr. arrived home Saturday from a navy base at San Diego, Cali?., where he has-^ been stationed.- He will spend a &0- day furlough at his parental home. Honor 5 New K. C Members, Si Joe Meeting St. Joe — Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph's Council held its regular monthly meeting in K. C. club room on Monday evening with Peter Becker, grand knight, presiding. Rosary proceeded the meeting after which entertainment and a social hour in honor of the new members initiated into the Qouncll on Sunday at the Fort Dodge Council rooms. The new members are Henry Thilges, Ralph Kohlhaas, Eugene Mertz, Clarence Patacke and Roger Sinmvell. Those in charge of lunch and social hour were Raymond Kohlhaas, Eugene Kollasch, Richard Kohlhaas, Ernest M. Gales and John Thul. C.D.A. Xmas Party Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Joseph, will hold its regular monthly meeting pre- ceeded by a 6 o'clock pot-lurk -tirmer on Wednesday, Dec. 12, in St. Joseph's School hall. The Christmas party and gift ex- Tuesday, Oecemb*f tt, 1956 AI06rta (Id.) Upper Dss M&lftM-S change will follow. Committee in charge will be Mrs Harold Reding, Mrs Ray Thilges, Mrs Alvin Lenertz, Mrs Louise Thul, Mrs Alvin Erpelding, Mrs Willie Erpelding, Mrs Maurice Reding, Mrs Reinald Salz, Marjorie Illg, Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas, Mrs Peter Kayser. Mivs Will Reding, Mrs Richard McKenna, Mrs Sylvester Wagner and Mrs Clarence Thilges. Mr and Mrs Ed Majerus of Des Moines spent the weekend here with relatives. Mrs Majerus, the former Mary Wagner is a sister of Mrs Therman Pruitt and Mrs Leonard McGuire of here. Carol Wagner, student nurse in St. Joseph's Mercy Sanitarium In Dubuque spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner and other home folks. GRIZZLY A former Alta resident, Mrs Lyie Smith, reports that she and her husband were attacked by a grizzly mother bear recently, near their home at Thompson Falls, Mont. The Smiths wore mounted on horseback, evading the mother bear's three separate rushing attacks. The period between one annual time of settling accounts and the next is called a fiscal year. Step into the wonderful world of AUTODYNAMICS It tames a toriiacLo of torque I ive RCA Television This Christmas NOW! NEW "LIVING IMAGE" PICTURE AND TWO-SPEAKER BALANCED FIDELITY SOUND IN THIS SUPERB VICTOR Enjoy TV from any seat in the room, (iet 261 square inches of viewable "Living Image" picture .. .two-speaker Balanced Fiflelii y Sound... "High- Sharp arid-Easy" tuning. Come in sec the new KiitfHitHit Deluxe today! Ailt about flit «xc/vuVf RCA Victor factory Strict Contract Thi ldf*m«nt DtUfx*. Mohogony groined or limed oak grained finlthei. Model 21D723. Tbt OUneldcn Ot- lux*. 329 iq. in. vifw- abl» a<*O. ? tpwoktrt! 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