The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1956 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 25, 1956
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were revealed. All members were present but one and two guests. They were Karin Kuec'k and Margaret Diltmer. 4-Alflenq (la.) Upper Pat Molnet Tuesday, December 35, 19S6 lh Birthday Party Honors At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Wal- 1rr Thompson entertained at dinner Sunday honoring Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva, Miss Florence Yager, Mrs Hattie Shaser. Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, Mr and Mrs Ralph C. Thompson and Lavonnc, Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson. Phillip. Pam and Billy, of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs F?ny Uthof and Rodney of Fen<on, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson, Lvlc and Linda of Swea City. Mr and Mrs James Els- bockor and David of Bancroft, also Charles and Howard Thompson. Birfhday Honors Mrs Milton Madison was honored at a birthday party Monday cvcnin.e at the home of Mrs Roger Jensen. Present beside the honored guest, were Mrs Ronald Chris- tcnson. Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs E. A. Lcc, Mrs Kenneth Jackson, Mrs Roy Merchant, Mrs Jesse Blanchard, Mrs Leslie Johnson and Mrs Harlan Blanchard, Mrs Morton Larson, Mrs Erich Seege- barth and Mrs Clarence Kraft. Hearts were played for entertainment and high prime went to Mrs Kraft, low to Mrs Ronald Chrislenson and travel to Mrs Erich Seegebarth.- Haopy Homemakers The Happy Homemakers Club met for their annual Christmas party Saturday afternoon with Mrs H. A. Holmgren. A gift exchange was held and secret pals Celebrate New Year's Eve at ihe Gay Paree Nile Club Hand's Park Fairmont, Minn. Horns — Hals — Fun Smorgasbord Every Sunday Join the Couples Dancing Club, starting Tues., Jan. '8 (51-52) FBI., DEC. 28ih Old Timers N.Y.E. Parly Hats. Horns, Noisemakers, Lcis. Balloons,' etc. ANDY DOLL and Ridge-Riders SAT., DEC. 29ih HANK SCHOOLEY 12 pc. modern orchestra MON;, DEC. 31st, N.Y.E. HENRY CHARLES And Orchestra Balloons, Hats, Leis, Horns, Noisemakers, Blowouts See Old Year Oui and The New Year In TUES., JAN. 1st Happy New Years Your New Year's Treat "ON THE HOUSE" FREE — Pop, Popcorn, Ice, Hot Dogs, Penny Beer. Mid West Caravan Orch. THURS., JAN. 3rd Mercury Recording Artist RALPH MARTERIE And His Famous Orch. At Golden Weddina Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Ralph were dinner guests Sunday in Humboldt of Mr and Mrs Ray Webb, in the afternoon Mr and Mrs Richards attended the Golden Wedding reception honoring Mr and Mrs Will Runchey of Algona. She is a relative of Mr Richards. Ralph Richards who is working 'at Mason City and spent the weekend at home. Mr and Mis Richard Berhow and Dennis of Ledyard called Monday afternoon at the Owen Berhow home. Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Berhow home were Mr and Mrs Otto Wcslling and daughter Laverla, of Algona, Mr and Mrs Raymond Westling aftd family of Burl. The occasion was Mrs Berhow's birthday. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton attended the Kossuth County Shrine Club party held at the Country Club in Algona, Wednesday evening. Mrs Herman Kramer held a program committee meeting at her home Tuesday evening. Present were Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs Milton Madison, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom, Mrs Roger Jensen and Mrs Clarence Martin. Friday Mr and Mrs Kramer visited in the afternoon with her mother Mrs O. C. Taylor at Humboldt. Those from Lone Rock that attended the shower for Georgia Ann Angus of Burl Saturday evening were Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and Judy, Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Ruth Krucger, Mrs Milton Marlow and Madonna, Mrs Ervin Wetzel, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs James Long, and Mrs Roy Jensen. Hostesses were Lawerence Newbrough, Roy Zunkle, Fred Genrich, Ed Blanchard, Ruth Krueger and James Long. Mr aud Mrs Lawerence Geitzenauer and Mr and Mrs James Marlow and Lila Schmidt a^end- cd a dinner Thursday evening at the West Bend Hotel for managers and employees of the elevator. Mrs David Beck Sr. and David Beck had as dinner guests Tuesday evening Miss Florence Yager, Miss Kathryn Kischcr, and Wendell Condra. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz spent Tuesday in Mason City on business. ' Mrs C. E. Householder accompanied Charles Householder to Phoenix, Ariz., where they plan to visit the Calvin Householders. They left Friday morning. Mrs Delmar Angus'of Burl and daughter Georgie Ann called on Mrs Ruth Krucger Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerman and family of Burt visited Wednesday evening. Monday, Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Clarence Kraft and Joy visited in East Chain, Minn., at the R. G. Borchardt home. Wednesday Mrs Householder, Gloria, Carol and Lila Schmidt spent the day at Fairmont. Thursday Mrs Householder and Gloria were at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy visited Wednesday evening at the Maurice Weisbrod home. The Westminister Fellowship Group went caroling Sunday evening- in town and afterwards enjoyed a Christmas gift exchange at the church. Mrs Delmar Fischer and Mrs Ronald Christenson served the group refresh-^ ments. Warmer Climes Call Fentonites Fehton —• A number of the Fcn- ton folk have already left to spend the winter months in warmer '.•li.wtfv Mr and Mrs Philip Wruulcr loft (his past week to spend tho winter in Florida. They are visiting with relatives in Illinois enroute. Mr and Mrs John Light will spend, the winter in California. They visited with relatives fit Iowa Falls before leaving. Mr (and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod left Thursday of last week for Long Beach, Calif. Also vacationing f jr a shortei period of time in warmer climate are Mr and Mrs Charles Newei who are vacationing with their son Harold and his family in Long Beach, Calif. Mr and Mrs Dor- Soever and Penny left Tuesdav for a visit with relatives in Califoi nia anci Mr and Mrs Earl Lufkin and family loft Friday for a visit with relatives in Arizona. Blakjer W. M. R Has Installation Fcnton — The Rev. and Mrs Hsrlan Bkckhus of Armstrong ontertair.fd the member? of the Blakjer WMF at thnir home Thursday afternoon f-ir the annual party and Dfvrm- ber meeting. T'xo program included the installation nf the new officers for Inn coming year. Mrs, John Joh.nnncsen rsod an article on the work of Social Action. Advent in Scription and song was led by Mrs Henry Wilbetg assisted by Mrs Sig Loge, Mrs Curtis Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mrs Peter Thorsen and Mrs Fred Johanhfi- sen. Mrs Lawrence Joh'annesSeh distributed the Self-denial envelopes. In place of a gift exchange, the members gave an offering to the Plymouth Youth Center in Minneapolis. Bringing you packs of good wishes for a Merry Christmas. LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Lael Pettit Guests is ihe home of Dr. arid Mrs E. W. Ruske for the Hbli- days will be their sons, Lynn and Kaye, both students at the University of Iowa, and Ward of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Amer Cody wili entertain at an early Christmas dinner Sunday, Mrs Blanche Sjustrom and Grace of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Harvey Nelson and family of Sioux Falls, Mr .and Mrs Lawrence Mueller and fam* ily, and Lavoh and Belly Cody WIKJ will be spending the Holidays with ( .neir parents. On Saturday evening, Iho Cpdys entertained tho relatives' of Mrs Cody at a Christmas party HI ilvir home. C'hristmss Day guests in the William Voigt home will be Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglss and family, Mr arid Mrs S. E. Srraley ond Audra Kae and Mr and Mrs Qort- ald Void and son of Lake Mills will spend Christmas with Mrs Straley's brother and family, the Gerald Braces at Hayfield, Minn. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and family of LuVcvne will also b« guests. Mr and Mrs Ernes! : Volielfcf will entertain at Christinas, Mr and Mrs Ervin Votteler and family of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Delond Votteler and family. Dr. and Mrs Vincent Votteler will spend Christmas at the Dean Ben- 'nett home in Rockwell City. *tf and Mrs Menrv Schulte will go to DeWitt Sun. to spend several days with the Jacque Otto family. They entertained the Howard Schulte family at an early Christmas party on Friday evening. Christmas Eve guests in the .tohn Munch home "\vill be Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn, Jim OS- boin of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Bob Pcterscn of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Milton Madison and family. Guests in the Merle Voigt home Christmas evening will be With Best.Wishes For Your MERRY CHRISTMAS from ZUMACH'S CAFE In Fenton M*. vtry mtrrf Ckrlitmoi itaio* flwltfc «t yoir don* ^ HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALLt Schulfe's Recreation Howard Schulte — Fenton Here's wishing you a joyous •and glorious Christmas time! McFALL & RUSCH Frank McFall Wendell Rusch your way from SW of Courthouse Square Algona ^r"-S&iS*fi<»;-*«f- r *l, jV-vOtv^v * WARMEST YU L ETIDE WISHES! HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE FENTON Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mi- and Mrs Martin Hantelmth, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family and Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman, Eunice and Paul. M*. and Mrs Kenneth Halve*son and family will spend Christmas Day with relatives at the Clyde Gilbough Jr. home nfeer Fairmont. , Mrs Romairte Weisbrod and Billy are spending the Christmas Holidays with the Laylon Behne family' in Wichita, Kan. They visited relatives in DCS Moincs, enroute. WHH M DfAliR WEISBROD ""^IMPLEMENT COMPANY - FENTON £••••••••••••••••••1 (••••••••I Berkeland COMPLETE \ Berkeland As I have decided to quit farming I will sell at Public auction the following described property on the farm located 3 miles west and 1 mile north and Vi mile west of Fonton or 5 miles south and % mile east of Ringsred on Sale starts at 12:30,P.M. Lunch on Grounds 2—1st calf Holstein Heifers fresh sn Mov. / 11—Springing Holstein heifers — dus to freshen soon. 3—Holstein heifers - pasture bred. 1—Hofstein heifer calf — born in These Heifers Are All T B and Bangs Tested. 6 - Farmer's Hybrid Open Gilts - Farmer's Hybrid Fall Pegs 1949-Me-D. M Diesel tractor 1938-Allis Chalmers W. C. tractor 1937-Mc-D. F-30 tractor Manure Loader, Mc-D., Hyd. Lift 1951 J. D. four row cultivator M«>P, IB foot disc John Deere tractor spreader John Deere four row planter Neat hcuser for M tractor Anthony 4-whI. trailer, flat rack Tru-Trac 4-wheeled trailer fl/llSCilLANEOUS De'.rival Cream Separator No. 13 2-300 gollcn Gas Barrels with Hose 16 foot feed bunk 2~Rctary Hog Feeders Mozail Lowii Mower Rubber Tired Wheel Borrow Sot of Bale Forks 2—Hog Troughs Bench Grinder Vice Tools and Wrenches of all sorts Other articles tco numerous to mention Case A-6 Combine, spike tooth scour clean and motor sr 195&— Case 4-se", sp?|. tooth 6-secti&9i drag w. folding evener 3-16 Case plow on rubber ^ Now Idea 2 row corn picker Kiester self unloading box 7 ft. Hew Idoa tractor mower 5' x IV steel box 8' foot windrower m 0 Hi B H m H • m a H a M H H m M Portnb's 6 Pen Hog Hc-uso 14' x 13' VV«!!< in Feeder s Alfalfa NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk. Upyd Berkeland and Lyle Bensen, Auctioneers. First Trust and Savings Bank, Fenton, Clerk. a m m M & a B K Ml

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