The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1956 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 18, 1956
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Letts fcf«ek Aid 'Die Lolls Creek ladies aid met Dec. 14 in the church parlors for their Christmas party, with a pot luck dinner at noon. Hostesses were Mesdames A. R. Willrett, Gerald Kuecker, Kerinit Kuecker and Ray Laabs. Entertainment was in charge of Mesdames Edwin Luedtke, Edwin Lieb, Albert Meyer and W. II. Meyer. Mrs Pahlson ,wile of the Lutheran minister at Ringstod, was guest speaker. Mrs Walter Dacken won the door prize and Mrs Wayne Bollinger was taken in as a new member. The next meeting will be Jan. 11, at 1:30 p.m., with Mesdames Tom Schuller and Louis Seegebarth as hostesses, and entertainment in charge of Mrs Art Krcssin and Mrs Gerald Kuecker. Hospital Xmas Party St. Ann hospital Auxiliary held its annual Christmas party at the hospital, Thursday afternoon, Dec. 13, with 150 present. St. Cecelia's Rhythm Band from the first grade, and colored Christmas movies, provided special entertainment. Santa Claus arrived on schedule and presented gifts to all, including the patients. Door prizes for the children were won by George Newhmd and Debru Kraft. The annual staff dinner, held last Tuesday evening, was served by Mrs Don Prieskorn, Mrs James Milder. Mrs Gordon Schmitt and Mrs Gordon Ditlevson. Plum Creek Homemakers The Plum Creek Hqmemakerr met recently with Martha Dra- //i f/m* for Chrlttma* giving*, THE NEW "DIPLOMAT" HBARINO AID TINV, PULL-POWERED WORN • NTIRRLY ATTMB KARI H«r« It Is I The perfect gift for a hurd-of-hearing friend or loved one! Give the finest in modern convenience, wearing ease, and electronic hearing correction—the new Zenith "Diplomat!" No dangling cords! All in one piece...weighs less than an ounce! Seven new models in all, from $50 to $150 complete. Visit or phone today for complete information. Special Christmas Trial Often Select any Zenith Quality Hearing Aid as • *r '*• gift, anytime before Christmas. The recipiem mak*n of w j[j en j oy a f u u 10-day trial period beginning iVm!* toto* "" Chrislmas D °y- He musl be completely satisfied or your money 'will be refunded promptly under our 10-Day Money-Back Guarantee! Coiy "•"• poymtad arranged •JEWELRY a, jfi\»f^.o.e^t,^~ Authorized Specialist For Zenith Hearing Aids gef, Mrs Clifton Eensrhoter, Mary Kain, Mrs Lyle Davis and Mrs Clarence Canaday as hostesses at the community room. Mrs Randall Clark presided The Dee. 11 meeting was held at the home of Mrs James Spear and was a Xmafi g>ift exchange. Mrs Gerald Qarrhan, Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Mrs Robert Kain and Mrs Wendell Ringsdorf were assisting hostesses. Mrs Walter Campney will be hostess for the January meeting Progressive Dinner Parly Mrs Allen Buchanan, Mrs Ed Oilmore, Mrs Robert LaBnrre. Mrs Leighlon Misbaeh, Mrs C. W. Morek Jr., .Mrs Robert Mc-Cullough, Mrs Richard Norton, Mrs Craig Smith and Mrs William S.teele are members of a bridge club organized several years ago. Sunday night they entertained their husbands at a progressive dinner party, the first course being served at Mr and Mrs Craig Smith's, the second at Mr and Mrs LnBarre's and the third at Mr and Mrs Mjsbaeh's. Pot Luck Hostess Mrs Clara Pompe entertained the members of her card club at a put-luck dinner Wednesday. There was an exchange of gifts and cards were played in the evening. High si-ore pri/e went to Mrs Lydia Wetzel and the Christmas pri/e to Mrs M. 11. McEnroe. Members of the flub are Mrs.Clara Pompe, Mrs M. II. McEnroe, Mrs Lydia" Wet/.el, Mi^ Minnie Matern, Mrs Harvey Rath, Mrs J. T. Roberts, Mrs Hortense Keiguson and Mrs Lola Gardner Seventh Birthday Mrs Edgar Campbell gave a party Saturday in honor of the birthday of her son tJimmie who was seven. Guests were Roger, Bruce and Deborah Johnson. Sheila and Neal MeFarland, Gary Grisham. Deborah Will, Diane; Kulilman and Vickie and Bonnie Pearson of Garner. . Mrs Eldon Pearson and Mrs Homer Young, mother of Mrs Campbell, were the adult guests. Fellowship Circles The Congregational circles of the Women's Fellowship will meet as follows: Naomi circle on Monday, December 17 at 1:15 o'clock with Mrs Raymond Norton; Ruth circle on Thursday, Dec. 20, at 1:15 o'clock with Mrs Rlioda Bonar; Rebecca circle on Thursday, Dec. 20, at 1:15 with Mrs V. V. Naudain. Martha and Maiy circles are not meeting in December. Club Xmas Party Members of the T.I.E. dub met for dinner at Van's Cafe Wednesday and following the meal went to the home of Mrs James Kelso where there was an exchange of gifts. Other members are Mrs Ed Blumt'r, Mrs Charles Clement, Mrs Opal Ankenbauer, Mrs Frank Sterling, Mrs C. M. Whitehill, Mrs Harold Manner anil Mrs' Anna Blumer of LuVerne. Yule Log Party One hundred and eighty Girl Scouts and their loaders attended the annual "Yule Log" party Saturday at the Country Club where ANNOUNCEMENT As Previously Announced I Will Be Moving To Spencer, Iowa, December 27th Notice To All Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Policyholders BILL ZIMMERMAN BOB DIEKMANN 1. Continue to call 60-R Algona for any service in connection with your life insurance. 1. BOB DIEKMANN, Special Agent, will continue to solicit your life insurance business, and give you any service you need and want. 3. In addition, I will be in Algona frequently to help you personally If you prefer. WM. C. ZIMMERMAN DISTRICT AGENT Spencer, Iowa Leaves For Germany To Join Husband ftpS^Si^S^^^l^f m ll^ft^-^f^ff^ : A?w^| tfe^-V?5;^te«;t^|^||p^: ;|| and daughter, Mr sind Mrs Plumb. They wete accompanied by Darlene Skogstrotn. Mariner'* Club of the Presbyterian church had a family Christmas party Sunday evening at the church. There was a gift exchange for the children and films we IP shown, —o— XI Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi is having its Christmas party this evening, (Tuesday). Dinner will be served at Van's Cafe and the evening will be spent at the home of Mrs Mitch Taylor. Students in the Algona Junior High School enjoyed a Christmas party Monday evening in the high school gym. Entertainment was games and dancing and teachers were chaperoned. Mrs Maynard Dearchs, above; daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Giegory of WhittemoreV left Alg<>na Friday evening on her way to New York, where she will sail for Germany on Monday to join her husband who is stationed ••verseus with the 3rd Armored Division. She expects to read: Frankfurt on Dec. 23. She had been employed at the Norton Lumber office here. She (expects- to be gone for a year and a half. A farewell Oartv was held at the Gregory home in her honor last week, with Mr and Mrs Ted Johnson of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Henry Mullcr and Mrs .Ethel Hut- chinsun of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Harold Price and children and Mr and Mra George Osier- eump of Britt as guests. sliding was enjoyed. Mxs John Eraser's group found the log and group singing was held around an outdoor fire. Festivities continued indoors with a social time. Farewell Courtesy Mrs James Kelso gave a coffee Thursday morning from ten till eleven o'clock for Mrs Katherine Greiner who with her son Stanley and daughter, Irma, and son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Steve Murchland of Corwith are going to Sacramento, Calif., to make their home. Teachers' Party Teachers of the various local schools hero are meeting for ti ti o'clock dinner Wednesday at the Algonu hotel. There will be u "white elephant" gift exchange and a Christmas program. Around 1 Algona Mrs PPU! Dettman is hostess to her sewing club this afternoon, (, 1 uesiuiy). Harriet Simons has rcnlod one utr the Misbach apartments on State street and moved in Sunday. She previously had a room at the Harold Hobson home. —u— Mrs J. P. Smith will b« host- fs.s to rht- members of the ILuppy Birthday club, Friday at 1 p.m. Then- will be a pot-luck luncheon and a Christmas party. The Knights of Columbus will have their family Christmas party Wednesday evening, Dt.-c. 19, U p.m.. at the K. C. home. There will IK- a vusit from Santa Cluus, rnovit-i and a gift exchange. Mr and Mrs H. A. Tultje left Thursday for California to spend Christinas with their sun-in-law PLANTATION BALLROOM TOWA Friday, Dec. 21 Jolly Lumberjacks Sunday, Dec. 23 DON SHAW Tuesday, Dec. 25 (Christmas Dance) DON HOY Friday, Dec. 28 SPIKE HASKELL Sunday, Dec. 30 JACK COLE Monday, Dec. 31 NEW YEAR'S EVE LYNN KERNS No Advance Booth Reservations — Door* Op«n at B>30 Mrs John Zalatnik was hostess to the members of the Guild, business women's organization of the Presbyterian church, at a Christmas coffee on Saturday morning. -.-o— •. Infant baptisms at Si. Cecelia's Church on Sunday were Kfvon Lyle, son of Mr and Mrs Phillip L. Ballard; Michael Joseph, son of Mr and Mrs Christian Miller and Gordon LeRoy, son of Mr and Mrs Howard Hentge.s. ~ -O_«. Mrs Eugene Schaiischneider gave a surprise party Thursday evening to celebrate her husband's birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Frank Schultschneider and Darlenu, Mr and Mrs John Verne! 1 Hardgrove and Peggy, Phyllis and Jackie. Jn _ n „ The family Christmas parly of the Moose Lodge was held Sunday with approximately 150 people in attendance. A turkey dinner was served early in the afternoon, there was a visit from Santa for the children and a gift Tuesday, exchange foi adults. 1ft, 1956 Algofto (la.) Uppftr DM M*lnM-S The members of a local bridge club entertained their husbands at a Christmas party on Sunday evening.. A pot-luck dinner was served at the Bob Lallarre home and the evening of games was held at the home of the Lfcighton Misbachs. -- O--. Jo Ann Muckey was fourteen years old on Sunday and her mother, Mrs Stanley Muckey entertained at a birthday party for her. Following the matinee itt the theater', supper was served at the Muckey home. Guostn wen.- Cheryll Immerfall, Diane Markla, Pam Waller, Marijam.- Williams, Sharon Dt-Grolte, Sir) Norton and Patty Cowan. Brazil's coffee cro" normally accounts for more than one-hall the world's supply. Celebrate New Year's Eve at the Gay Paree Nite Club Hand's Park Fairmont, Minn. Horns — Hats — Fun Smorgasbord Every Sunday Join the Couples Dancing Club, starting Tues., Jan. 8 (81-52) OPPORTUNITY EXTRAORDINARY! Flower Fresh 1957 pring Cottons Tremendous New Purchase of Washable Wonders from Leading ^ Makers!...Your Choice Now at lust NEW 1957 VERSIONS IN -FASHIONS -FABRICS -COLORS -PRINTS CHOOSE FROM -JACKET DRESSES -SHEATH TYPES -PRINCESS ' DRESSES -SISSY DRESSES . SIZES 7 TO 15 AND 10 TO 18 -i > S*t "• sT s / f> ' •I:.','''/. ' • Vfv<?» v /->'** •*, ,f >i •• •••> .; «^r^.t^Jii^^pj^i \ : :'".xc a llM.«- « uth ,W''>D«ii>fv.",«

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