The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1956 · Page 11
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Mft*. ABDtTH HALVBtsON s , A . ^ , •• •* - • •HWfOr Dtctmbtr 25, 1956 Published By fH* up p «f ftet Publishing Co., Algona, iowtt Mr and Mrs James Hypes are spending flic Holidays With relatives <at Wake-field, Neb. A Ghiislmas carol <sf joyous wishes for a "veiy Happy Holiday 1 THOMPSON YARDS Gilbert Scribner, Jr. Manager FENTON, IOWA Christmas Greetings It is our hope that you receive the many blessings of Christmas WEISBROD D-X SERVICE FENTON, IOWA TO OUR MANY FRIENDS JORGENSON LOCKERS FENTON FRIENDLY TAVERN Johp FuJir Paul Hudson To Head Fenton Community Club Fenian —^ At the annual meeting of the Fehton Commercial Club held Monday evening, Paul Hudson \vas elected president for the coming year. He succeeds Dr. E. W. Ruske. Dick Theesfield succeeds Ray Stoeber as vice president and Robert Anderson is the new secretary and treasurer, to succeed Merle Voigt. Mrs Sloeber Hostess Mrs Raymond Stoeber was hostess to the December meeting of the Fenton Woman's Club. Mrs Ed Bruhn was co-hostess. The Club is sending Christmas greetings &o club members and others who are shut-ins. Contributions of cash were given to the TB and Heart Fund, the Retarded Children's Fund and to Hungarian Relief. Mrs Arlo Ranney and Mrs Charles Newel Were in charge of the program for the afternoon. Mrs Kanney read a paper on Remembrance of Yles Past, by Frank Sullivan'of the New York Herald. Mrs Newel read, 'The Birthday of Little Jesus.' The program closed with an original humorous poem by Mrs Ranney. Mrs Ed Meyer and Mrs Ben Luedtkc' were guests of the Club. _~.— ' ' Auxiliary Xmas Party The December meeting and Christmas party of the Legion Auxiliary was held in the Hans Baago • home with 'Mrs Jordan Knudson 'assisting hostess. The Auxiliary gave a $5 cash gift and arc also conducting a dothing drive for the Hungarian Relief. $3 was given to the Kossuth Council for Retarded Children. The men • in the Armed forces wore sent Christmas greeting cards from the Unit. A $5 cash gift and 17 stockings made by members 'was rent to the Woodward State hospital. In place of c gift exchange cnch member gave 50c for a total of $8 to be sent to the Anne Wit- tenmcyer Home. Mrs Arnold Hanscn was in charge of the program, ;in,ci following this, lunch, was served by the hostesses. Now Arrivals Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood arc the parents of a 5 Ib. 8 oz. daughter born Tuesday, Dec. 11 at the- Holy. Family Hospital in Estherville. She has been named Lynneltc Sue. Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischilles arc parents of a daughter born Wednesday, Dec. 12 at the Holy Family Hospital. The baby weighed G Ibs. 9 oz. and has been r.amei Linda Joyce. ..Mr and Mrs George- Jorgonson Jr. are parents of a 6 Ib. 2 oz daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She hay been named Linda. W.S.C.S. To Meef The W.S.C.S. will meet Thursday, J;m. 3rd, will; hostesses. Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mrs Charles Wcisbrod, Mrs Fred Mortunsori. Mrs Hay SI richer will have iharpe of the \vorship .••ervice and Mrs Dale VVcL-biod will present the lesson. Mr and Mrs William Henlel- man and furmly spent last weekend, Friday through Sunday in the parental W. B. Ejc.'iirudtko home at Mmvislon, Minn. Mr and Mrs J. R. Hahr.err. left Thursday for a visit with relatives at Downers Grove, 111. and South Bend, Ind. They expect to be gbno about three weeks. The Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club was entertained in the E. W. Ruske home December 15th. Prizes went to Mrs Everett Drcye'r, Mrs Ed Priebe and Mrs Ray Stoeber. The Dopew Fellowship Circle held their November meeting with Mrs Morris Mitchell. The program included the singing OT Christmas Carols by the group, devotions by Mrs Donald Twan, and readings by Mrs Nyles Hoggen and Mrs Mclvin berkiana. Mrs Karvev Henricksen and Mrs Ed Mitchell were circl% guest*. Mr and Mrs Floy Chrischilles entertained at three tables of 500 last Friday evening. Mrs Marold Schlei won high score prize for the ladies and Willard ivisnz high for the pica. Mrs Lyln Haack received the low score prize for the' ladies and Robert Mitchell, low jior the men. Mrs Harold Wehrspann won the travel prize. Last Sunday visitors in ths Merwin Priebe were Mr and Mr; Ed Priebe in the afternoon and Mr and Mrs Dale 1 Weisbrod and Nadine in the evening. 'Mrs E. W. Ruske reports that $87.75 was contributed by Fenton to the; American Red Cross for the Hungarian Relief fund She would like to thank the churches and other organizations and the individuals who donated so willingly to this worthy cause. The Independence Idealist 4-H club held their Christmas party Monday evening, Dec. 10th. Members of the boy's 4-H club were guests. Various games were played apd gifts were exchanged. Lunch was served by the ln.st- esses. Mr and Mrs H. W. Schuita were entertained in the Bud Pricve and Chris Ternplin homes at Hul- chinscn, Minn.'Saturday and Sun- clay of lasS week. Monday they visited with ihe C.'irl Forinh-'il- nnd William Schult.es at Gnylord. Minn. Mrs Schultes also visited -•.vith Mrs Augustn. Paul at thr May your Christmas be merry and bright! DR. E. W. RUSKE FENTpN, IOWA JOHNSON STOCK YARDS FENTON Good Samaritain Hume in Gay- ! lord. They returned home Mm day evening. ur wish for you, may.alltthe blessings of this Holy Day be yours. PRIEBES S J P ARC A KT STORE Mr and Mrs Ray Priebe 8 •• ^V*' *{. J vi »„ t * A"'! ^ - X "' */"*'»' * V'>*C ^f^Vf-^,^ x-"' " { k"-"t'^-c W *> Your mailbox can'f hold all the good wishes we're sending f 6 you and yours at Christmattimel HANSELS Standard Service FENTON Arnie Hansen s .-, ^ ^-^easofis To all our friends for a happy holiday $ea$OQ. DICK'S MEAT & GROCERY Dick & Marie Theesfield FENTON • . . fo our many frftnrfs anrf ei(sfom«rf. May your Cfcr/sfmas fee mvrry and,fer/ghf/ STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON Hay, Wilfred, Wall & Erv »»^.^«fe<^^is/itte^^^^ for the Holidays Roy and Darlene Petorsen PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER ^#^^ ova GOOD WISHES... DON'S Service Company Don Steinberger, Fenton fcs5fr«Mir<^88Jre!»^*^ cacc on €artf) Cotuarb men... Each year we appreciate more fully the-loyalty of friends. A Merry Christinas to all I To our many friends . . . we want to express our sincere appreciation for your favors; it has been a privilege and pleasure to serve you ... Merry Christmas, everyone ! BAILEY'S STORE John and Winifred Bailey Gladys Straley LorneMa Saxton Edna Hantelman - f - • ^-v« -* « •"" ;V>^ * * * * •* i To wish you, every one, A MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS DON BOEVeRS W CHEVROLET FfNTON DUANE WIDDEU Here's wishing you all a very merry. Merry Christmas! To All Our Loyal Friends and Customers, That This Joycus Season Be Filled with Contentment and Happiness. FENTON DRUG Paul and Elsie Eigler FENTON, IOWA

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