4-Ale*na (la.) Upp«r 5«s M«in« Tuesday, December 25, Robt, Harveys Hosts, Portland Twp, F-Bureau Portland—The Portland Township Farm Bureau meeting was held at the Robert Harvey home, Wednesday evening, Dec. 12th with about 25 members present Menctt Trunkhil] was program chairman. The topic was to have been ""Highway Safety", but the Highway Patrolman that was tc speak did not get there. Mr: Glen Larsen was the music sponsor. Christmas carols wore sung by the group, with Mrs Ear] Zwiefel at the piano. Mrs Ear! Zwicfel was in charge of the surprise number, at which lime games were played. At the dost of the meeting a delicious lunch was served by the lunch committee: Frank Beckers, Ray Fit- chs, Emil Elmers and George Pattersons, the next meeting will be Wednesday evening, Jan 9th at the Ben Lampe home. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls and Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch dropped in Tuesday evei fiirig, Dec. 18th to surprise M: and Mrs-George Hix on their 49th •wedding anniversary, bringing Oysters crackers and pie, for an Oyster supper. It was also in honor of Mr and -Mrs Chester Fitch's 10th wedding anniversary which soon followed. Ray McWhorter left early Thursday morning for Hanover. Indiana, where he will spend the Christmas Holidays with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mr." Tom Johns and two little sons. He picked up a cousin, Mrs Irene (Silmore, at Clear Lake, whp will ride with him to Milwaukee' where she will visit her son and family, Marion Gilmore a teacher in Milwaukee. There Mr McWhorter will stay overnight and continue his journey the next day. Mr and Mrs Tom Johns and family and Mr Ray IvIcWhorter will spend Christmas day in Indianapolis with Mr Tom John's parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Johns. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young attended the funeral, Monday afternoon, of George Bensehoter it Algona. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch wore dinner guests Yhursday at tht Dwight Husc hom'c. Mr and Mrs George Hix were afternoon ca'l- ers. "Wf ;il know how tn live better lives and intend to do it, too •— starting tomorrow." Rites Dec. 18 For Mrs Bruns TiJonka — Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon Oec. 18, r.t the Ramsey Reformed Church near Titonkn lor Mrs Mary Bruns, 92, who wns onn of Titonka's eldest residents. Rev William Kroon was in charge of the services with Swan Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. Mrs Bruns was born Mary Eden the daughter of Mr and Mr Geerd Eden at Oegle County in Illinois. She was married to Onno Bruns who preceded her in death. To this union were born four children: Henry and Gcrhart of Titonk?.: Anna, Mrs Hans Beenken of Wesley; and Ettena of Titonka. Surviving her besides her children are 9 grandchildren and 5-great grandchildren and a brother, Enno Eden of Clear Lake. Pallbearers were Warner Beenken, Herman Tjarks, Carl Harms, Henry Baade, Scnus Isebrand and Bruno Bruns. 'rom the table. At the serving \ and presented by the league table, which was decorated with girls. a White Christmas tree and blue Hostesses were Mesdames Mor- lights, was Lilah Doege who ris Isebrand, Mindert Ullman. poured. A program was planned "Irvin Schmidt, Wm. May-land, « i !»<^ Sophus Nelson, Dick Franzen, Drle Feiner, Herman Franzen and BEN WIBBEN Shower Honors Titonka Bride Titonka —• A miscellaneous ihrwer was held in honor of Leona Hoffman, at the Immanuei Lutheran church parlors. She became the bride of Wendell Schuller of Granada. Minn., Saturday evening, Dec. 16, at 7 o'clock P. the Immanuei church. Mrs Donald Arneson of Lake Crystal assisted at the bride's table. Joan and Jane Schmidt, Har riet Ullm.an and Jean Isebrand helped bringing the gifts to and L 5. Muckey Plumbing & Heating CONTRACTOH-BUILDER GREETINGS Of The Season From LIVINGSTON TOOL CO. Algona, Iowa Season's Frosty-cold refreshment from the land of sky blue waters Like a cool breeze off a Northern lake— that's the refreshing flavor of Hamm's Beer. Take home a supply today. Refreshingly yours, from the land of sky blue waters. Theo, Hamm Brewing Co., St. Paul, Minn, and San Francisco, Calif. Hamrris the BEER refreshing Dau's Garage William C. Dau Sr. Tom Frank! Dwight Fratnbach Augie Schmidt Eugene Nichols William I'\ Dau ,Ir. Willis Ridge Frank Mittliedcr Edward Ruhnkc George Cook Herman Funk f: : Ji <(• « I if '} •;». : ? i ji: s j : i^ ^ POHIR DISTRIBUTING CO., ALGONA ; : iS ' 1 ! II ' Fred Sdim<dt. TP ifs NEWS — WE WANT IT tiding* to all frlendi and patron*. for tlie fulfillment of your Lopet and prayer*, now nml nlwayi. READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. !» «i<M!^«wftaBJ^*fii«^^^ •^^tit!\^ •• -?.-'•:•<• : •. ?*•> &\<i s&f&*3t i ,.'*£*Srlifa,Ja''.)&x->< ••. • x Algona Insurance Agency- ^mBB^fi^fmmmmBm^^mmiBBmHsmmmmtinBtvmi^cmmf^BBBf^^mm******!!^***mmmw n nnni Blossom Insurance lohannon Insurance Service- Herbst Insurance Agenf.y- Paxson Insurance Agency-Phone ft- I ' s I 1 I '-•* a ,<j aft 9 % t-f- $ $ *i o .* a « $ •'A ^; <i 0- 5.
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