The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1956 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 18, 1956
Page 11
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LuVerve Young Couple To Speak Vows December 23 LuVe*ii« *— Miss Patti Hansen Was honored with n pro-nuptial shower Saturday evening, Dec. 8, given by the relatives of her fiance Dftyle Braynard in the Slogena Hall in Webster City. Miss Hansen,, daughter of Van Ilansen and tho late Mrs .Ruth llunseh of LuVerne, will be married to Dale Braynard, son of Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard of Lu- Verne at 3 p.m. Sunday, December 23, in the LuVorne Methodist church. Hostesses fori the shower were Mrs Don Dinsdalc, Mrs Rue Sandors, Mrs Winifred Walker and Mrs Alvin Walker of Webster City. A program of readings by Mrs Don Dinsdale and Mrs Winfred Walker and songs by Jiison Mc- Oaskey accompanied by Mrs William Pelz were enjoyed. Miss Annetle Braynard, Lu- Vcrne assisted the bride-elect in opening her many gifts. Refreshments were served. Attending from LuVerne were Mr Van Ilansen, Mr. and Mrs Glen Brnynard and Miss Annette, Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink, daughters Ray, Rae Ann and Nancy and Miss Hansen. Club Christmas Parly The annual Christmas party of the LuVerne Progressive Woman's Club was held in the home of Mrs Bertie C. Ramus, Monday evening. Ten members answered roll call on "What I Enjoy Most About Christmas." Mrs James Mallory, program chairman presented singing of t'ppropriate Christmas carols by the group, accompanied by Mrs Ray Stone. Mrs Irvin Chapman gave readings in keeping with the Yuletide season. Mrs Kiley' Hostess Mrs John Kiley entertained the Friendly Neighbor club in her home Tuesday afternoon with 13 members and one guest, Mrs Leonard Riley. present. Silent sisters were revealed with an exchange of gifti Mrs Duane Anderson conducred a quiz with prizes awarded to Mrs Elmer Kubly, Mrs Ralph Black and Mrs Robert Sowers. 354 Butternut Coffee key strips were turned in. Election of officers took place with Mrs Robert Barber, elected president, Mrs Duane Anderson, vice-president and secretary and treasurer, Mrs Albert Hefti, Tuesday Club Hostess The Tuesday Club met December 11, in the farm home of Mrs Albert A. Schipull with all members present but two. Meeting opened by president Mrs Norrna E. McClaron who accompanied the group as they sang Silent Night. The woman's creed was road, followed by a brief business session. Collection was taken for the Iowa Children's Home Society in Dos Moines, A program of record playing and Christmas readings was in charge of Mrs Arthur Maass and Mrs J. Paul Stevens. A gift ox- change was enjoyed. Mr and Mrs Jack Kassel and children of Grand Meadow, Minn., visited several days with her mother Mrs Jessie Stripling and family. They also visited his parents ' living in Ayshire while here. Mrs Christina Nielsen accom- nanied her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen of Ventura on a trip through Nebraska and Wyoming Wednesday morning. They will visit in Bushnell, Neb., with Mr and Mrs Howard Blanc-hard and children, a daughter of the Andrew Niel- sens. They will then visit Mr ;md Mrs Chris Christoffersen at Pine Bluff, Wyq. He is a brother of Mrs Christina Nielsen. They expect to be gone a week. The Missionary Guild met in the home of Mrs Bertie C. Ramus for the annual Christmas party Wednesday afternoon.- A grab bag gift exchange was enjoyed. Mrs Homer Bristow received word late Monday afternoon of the death of her father Henry A. Montag. Mr Montag, 76, long time West Bend resident and a retired fanner died of a heart attack about 5:45 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at his home in West Bend. Surviving are his wife Lena and sixteen children, eight sons and eight daughters. Also seven brothers and two sisters. Mr and Mrs Gus Wegner of Frf-Pbnrn, Minn., vir.ited Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Hinz and Lester. They had been at Bode to attend the funeral of a relative of Mrs Wegner. Mr and Mrs Wegner were former long time residents here. Jane Darby celebrated hor fifteenth birthday Sunday, Dec.-9, with a slumber party at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Allijn Darby Saturday evening. Her guests were Linda Swanson, Ger- uldine Gregory, Janelle Schneider, Rosemary Carroll and Delores Leek. They enjoyed an evening of roller skating in Algona. Mr and Mrs Arnold Hinz and family and his parents Mr and Mrs Mike Hinz attended the funeral of Henry Naefke, 79, father of Mrs Arnold Hinz. The services wen; held at 2 p.m. at the St. Peter's Lutheran church in Farn- hamyille Monday, Dec. 10. Mr Naefke died suddenly at his home near Churdan early Friday morning. He is survived by his wife, Ida; two daughters, Mrs Arnold Hinz, LuVerne; Mrs Vernon Mack of Farnhamville and one son Ernest of Farnhamville. Also 14 grandchildren and four sisters. Mrs Jessie Sanford had as ijue.sls Sunday for dinner two daughters, Mr and Mrs Irvin McGowan and children of Cleat- Lake, Mr and Mrs Bobby Caudle and sons of Ellsworth. Afternoon visitors were daughters Mr and Mrs Norman Larson and children of Badger, Mr and Mrs Milton Wilhelm and daughters, her son Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and Connie of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Allmon Hoyick and daughters of Badger visited her mother Mrs Jessie Sanford Saturday afternoon. Together they were Saturday supper guests in the home of Mr and Mrs James Trauger and children. Mrs Trauger is their daughter and sister. Walter und Elmer Merkle of St. Paul, Minn., visited their brothers Lewis and Fred Merkle families and their sisters Mrs Henry Marty and Mrs Walter Hefti' families at Britt, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs Judean Wiltha and baby daughters Paula Jqjof Randall visited her parents ^Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty Thursday to 'Sunday. Mr Wiltha came to take his family home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Wilbert Kubly of Madelia, Minn., were Friday evening dinner guests in the Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly home. The men are brothers. Mr and Mrs Eldon Marty and Jo Ann of Waltham, Minn., visited Tuesday to Friday in the hom- es nf their parents Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty and Mr and Mf3 C. O. McCle'llan. Supt. and Mrs E. E. Martin, Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr., Mr and Mrs G, M. Will and Mrs George Wolf were in attendance of the Paradise .Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star in Corwith Monday evening. Election of of* ficers for the New Year was held. Mrs G. M. Will, worthy matron; G.'M. Will, worthy patron; Mrs John Voss Jr., associate matron; Mrs Erma Puffer, conductress; Mrs Betty Williams, associate conductress; secretary. Mrs Addie Hamm; treasurer, Mrs Gladys Wood. The other officers and points of the star are appointed. 2 Xmas Ploys At St. Joe School 81. Joe — "Hansel and Gretel" and a "Story of the Christmas Carols" wj'.s presented as the annual Christmas play, Dec. 1C, at 7:30 by St. Joseph's grade students. "Hansel und Gretel", a three- act operetta by Mumper dinch, will bo presented by the children of grades ono to four. The cast of characters are Charles Becker. KrLstine Plathe, Philip Bormtmn. Mary Dusan Zeirnet. Dennis Berte; Fourteen angels — grade I. Richard Kirseh, Rose Lee lllg; and cookie children, grade two. Grades five to eight will dramatize "A Story of the Christ- mhs Carols" by Beatrice Mixon. The characters are Ruth Anr Kl';in, Jermone Erpelding, Jeanne Marie Thul, Eileen Wagner, Mary Rae Friders and Alveila Berte. Robert and Richard Eroeldintf and Richard McGuire, Richard Thul, George IllK and Alvin Bormann, Thomas Kellner, Howard Kohlhaas; Carolers. Boys of grades 5 and 6; leaders of procession, Gregory Thilges and Michael McGuire; choir, 5, 6, 7, 8 grade girls and 7 and 8 grade boys; and the reader is Shuralyn Kramer. DIES FairHeld lost one of its oldest residents recently, in the death of Mrs Icilina Mowerv. She was 9? and most of her life was spent in Jefferson county. The only military institution for training dogs is at Fort Carson, Colorado. Triple Wedding Observances At Whiffemore Whilfemof* <-. Triple wedding anniversaries and a birthday wore celebrated at tho home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Pot rat?, last Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Herbert Polralz wet* mart-led 24 years and Mr Potralz also had a birthday. Mr and Mrs Norman SclmHz were married four years nnd Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz celebrated their first anniversary all on Tuesday, Dec. 11. Guests included Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollorn of Algona, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs James SchuH?., Mrs Ruth Sehultz, Mr and Mrs Norman Sehultz and daughter Debbie, Mr and Mrs Dolbert Wichtendalil and son Vernon, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt and Martin Potrutz of Whittemore. 500 was played. Martin Potratz nnd Mrs Norman Schultz winning high, and Hugo Gade and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith low. A lunch was served after the cards. Mr and Mrs Theodore Oslwald and son Melvin and Charles of here and Shirley Holdren of Algona were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Cyril Wagner, in honor of the 34th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Ostwald. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe attended a postal clerks dinner in the Redwood Grill at Port Dodge. Saturday »vening. Mrs Emma Knecht entertained the South Side 500 Club at her home Monday evening. Mrs Louis Braatz won high, Mrs P. W. Kollasch second high and Mrs Anna Wehrspanr. low. Mrs Melvin A. Elbert entertained a group of eleven little girls at a birthday party in honor of her daughter Susan on her seventh birthday. Sunday guests in her honor were Mr and Mrs Terry B. Behlmer and daughter of Clarion. The St. Paul's Ladies Aid Society held its Christmas party Thursday aftPrnonn in thP cKlurch basement. After the regu- laK routine of tho business meeting gifts were exchanged and secret pals were revealed, and ne\V pals were drawn for 1957 FoiAr new members jofhed the aid at tliis meeting and ure as follows* Mrs Ralph Bauer, Mrs C. M. Swim. Mrs Ferdinand OstwMd and Mrs Edwin Gade. Mr and Mrs Willard Drrwit/ and iiimily of Owatonna moved into Veronica Slagle home in the ea^t part of town, Mr Drewitz wilfl be employed at the Whittemore Hatchery as sales and service jnan for the Hyline chicks. S/P3 Henry Lauc-k arrived home,Saturday from Camp Crow- cler, Moi to spend a 20-day leave here will) his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry LJauck Sr. Mr ami Mrs Leo Walters entertained tlieir pinochle club at their hon|e Monday night. Henry Mueller and Mrs Frank Piekarski winning ^liffh prize. FYank Foley leak? /, December 18, 1956 Algeria (!a.) Upper Del Quick—look up Plumbing in the classified section of your phone book. Whatever product or service you need—Plumbing, Paint, Lumber, Insulation—you'll find it FAST in tho YELLOW PAGfiS. and Mrs Marion Hyink witming second high, Mrs Fred Kollasch and Edward Fi'.rrt'll low. George Fandel Sr., .travel, and Marion Hyink, consoialipn arize. * The Jolly 500 Club rrtet Tuesday afternoon at the hurne o' Mr and Mrs James Besch, Mrs Matt Krdman won high, Mrs Mike' Mei-gen second high* Mrs Lawrence Besch low, and Mrs Lucy Bfeich' second' loW. SedVet Jfials were revealed gj-ftsyiand 1 names! for^, 19S7 wjere agairr drawn,' Mrs Ha fold Mc- jDJbhholl, and Mrs Pearlf Bek-h -Xv:e!-e guests of the club. ' There's Still Good GIFT HUNTING at Hall-Strahorn DAYS;TILLf CHRISTMAS! OPEN EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK Gifts For All the Family - Strahorn The Hardware Store On The North Side of The Street SPECIAL OFFER NOW TO ISTMAS! x.. FOR THAT G IFT SUPREME eautiful $23.85 "Faribo" With The Purchase Of a Sun-Aire Gas Dryer OR Universal Gas Range OR 'SERVEL SILENT' Gas Refrigerator INSTALLED IN YOUR HOME FOR CHRISTMAS OR LATER IF YOU WISH No Down Payment - Small Monthly Payments ON YOUR GAS BILL - Plus FREE INSTALL A TION On This Special Offer NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "YOUR GAS COMPANY"

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