W**~H*te44^ Around Algona bvONlETADIDRIKSEN Fton.MS.UM M-HHHHHHHH4^H»>H''H.| 1 t.i4.44.H.t..t.i.t I t I < 111.1*14 Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Taylor left trutay for their annual white* 1 sojourn in Brownsville, Texas: Mrs. Eva Wllle cams home FH- day from Ellsworth where slhe had bean with a niece four days and had paid several calls, on her slstsr, Mrs. Delia Woodard, who remains critically ill in; tHe Webster City Hospital where she is receiving treatment for diabetes and a heart ailment ' Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ntlton and two children drove to' Des Moinos Saturday for the matinee performance of Holiday on Ice and came home Sunday. '' Mrs. Evelyn McDouqall drove over Saturday from Mason City to remain till late Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ruth Cook., Mrs., McDo'Ugall is employed by Dr. Smiley at the Park Clinic. Mrs. 1 Ann Hanson who ted been in Mason City for Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. MaUrice Mortenson and family, came liome Saturday with Mrs. McDougall. sen and Mary visited -friends at Patottj their former home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips arrived Thursday morning from Glenwood and had a family Thanksgiving dinner at the Rex Voyles horns, and also visited with their other daughter, Mrs. Gary 'McDonald, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Berchen- briter, Jr., and sons, called on Rev. and Mrs. William Noland, Sunday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell were in Sioux City from Monday to Friday last week and celebrated Thanksgiving at the home of their daughter, Mrs.. Herts Pell man. On Siaturday, another daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahn, of Mason City, were here to visit,her parents. The Lassahns will me moving in a few weeks to Saginaw, Mich. Mrs. Clarence Morrall entertained her Sewing Club Tuesday afternoon following a Holiday luncheon at the Johnson House. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Geigel vis ited.-at' tfte home of their son Bob in Kansas City, from Monday to Wednesday of last week. They had a pre-Thanksgiving dinner on the previous Sunday when guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ger- aid'yol^t and sdn. James, Mrs. Carrie Vo'gt, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskanup and their daugih- ter Trudie, all of Fenton, and Mrs. plga Hus'kamp .of Gooti Samaritan Home. Trudie hiati many iMeresting experiences to relate of her visit in, Finland from which :she. recently returned. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriekseh spent Thanksgiving Day in Ames and remained overnight at the hdhie of the letter's sister, Mrs. F. B. Seeley, whose daughter, Joan and her husband, N. F. Curtin, with their son Bobby came from Western Springs, hear Chicago, and remained for the weekend. s to bring kee Stale h gift fof th€ Chefo- The ChdrleS iStMldlsirs and •-. Myrtle Zwiefel were guests Sunday at Brian Zwiefet's for ;heif daughter Shawn's first jirthday. Bill Hamilton spent the Thanksgiving Vacation here and returned to Fort Worth Monday. The Jerry Gubbels ahd Lisa' were weekend guests at the Al vin Baumgards. Paul Larson, purchased the Baumgard property at the auction sale Nov. 26. There will be a pot luck dinner this Thursday at the school house lor the school board and the school personnel. The Ronald Elvidges and Steve, Colesburg, and the Earl Nesteirs and children,, Wo'rtjh 7 ington, Minn., were guests at .... t F. L. Pfatt'S tig the Thanksgiving vacation. Patricia Zwiefel spent the Thanksgiving vacation, ftt hoitte, Guests at,Myrtle Zwiefel's for a Friday coffee Were Mr*. Mable fleimers, Mrs. Richard Webster and Lisa, Mrs. Melvin Ricks and Bradley and Diane ahd Shawn Zwiefel and Patsy. Guests Saturday of Myrtle Zwiefel were the Brian Zwiefels, Patsy and DoMald Mugan. for Shawn 'Zwiefel's firslt birthday ; The F. L. Ryersohs spent Thursday and Friday in Norwalk at Kent Ryerson's, The Ray Mcwhorters went' to Minneapolis , Wednesday ' and visited Mrs. Mildred Harrington until Saturday. The B. P. Fredricksons and L. H. Riedel spent Thahksgiv ing at'Rockwell.at Jim Fredrick son's. . ' ; . .'';"' . Mrs. James Christensen am Mrs. A< H, Meiihzer. vvere guests at Burt Blue Birds 441 club Will a,t 7:45 p.m. Dec '6 at KatMeeft ahd Cyifthla Patter- sbh's. The Junior arid Cddet Girl Scouts will have * tea for ttieir .._ Mothers at 4 p.m., Dec 8 ih the The clehientary school library. The W alk, y Srownies will also be guests, and' frl Badges will be awarded. Ther6 Were 28 guests at Mdrt- in Becker's in Algona NoV. 27 for the 77th birthday of Martin Becker. They also had the Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. Becker gave each a ceramci gift. Claudeen Cranston, Winona, came Tuesday and returned Sunday to her classes at St. Theresa College. The Bruca Craristons spent Thursday in Lake View at her brother, the Wilmer Pecks. . The Legion and Auxiliary Will meet in Legion Hall Tues day. Hostesses are Jan.e Scott TWfli mailed by De*;ls;*A iday. Connected UTT ;'j?*«5» /j-i*-*^* 1 ! ^IM urr ELECTRIC Phohe M5-2225 i M "r'-,, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller, Spencer, called on local friends Friday. They were ehroute home from their son, William Jr's ait Port Dodge and with his family had Thanksgiving dinner in Ames with a sister of their daughter-in-law. Fullers reported that" their daughter Marilyn went to California, to live for a time after her husband's death, but has now returned and is living in an apartment near her married daughter in 'Illinois, close to their old home at Vincennes, Ind. Burt girl is married LeRoy Adams, Cedar Rapids, spent a couple of days early last week with his mother, Mrs. Koy Adams and his father who is at St. Ann. A granddaughter, Linda Adams, who is enrolled in Nurse's training at St. Joseph's Hos-pitai in Sioux City, and a friend, Tom Bixler, -of LetMars, visited ; .them, .on. Thanksgiving Day. The Adams son, LeRoy, was expected to arrive again yester : day to be with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham had their son Gary home for the weekend and on Thanksgiving Day entertained Rev. and Mrs. William Noland at dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett and family accompanied by their son Jim and his wife and baby daughter came from Ankeny Thursday for a family Thanksgiving dinner at the Stanley Muckey home where other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams and son Jack, and the L. S Muckeys. Jim Pickett was on a six day leave from Fort Benr ning, Ga., where he is in Officers Training school. His wife lives with her parents in Arik- eny. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom was hostess at a family dinner on Thanksgiving at which guests were the Frank Moultons with Phyllis and Mike, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson went ;o Manchester Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with the Charles Simmons, their daughters; family and came home Fri- dayl Mri and Mrs. Jerry Cowan and two children drove to Manchester on Friday for the weekend at the Simmon's home with Mrs. Cowan's parents. Among out of town relatives here for the funeral of Mrs. Harvey Steven last week Tuesday were: the deceased's sister, Mrs. Ida Comp, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Comp, Mr. arid Mrs. Marion McDonald, Winterset; Mrs. Esther Comp, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wermersen, Mr. and Mrs. George Weiland, Wesley; Mrs. Nettie Marriam, Garn er;, Mr. and Mrs. George Merriam, Adel; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven, Alden and their son John, Great Lakes; Mrs. Dorothy Steven-Dammarell, Chicago; Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, Correll Minn,; Rev. and Mrs. Loren Steven, .Penguilly, Minn.; Mrs. James Deb, Mr. and Mrs. James Steven; Minneapolis; David Steven, Morningside College; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steven, Emmetsburg. The Arthur Odgaards moved last weekend into their new Burt—Jo Anne, daughter of the Earl Ackerinans, Burt; and Dale, son -of the Leonard Scharm's, Lytton were married at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 26 at the Burt Methodist church. Rev. M. C. Davies officiated ait a double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Nancy Acker man, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids Were Mrs. Eulan Schuller, sister, and Julie Thompson, a classmate. Flower girl was Kelly Dierson, Lytton, and ring bearer was Jeffrey Scharm, Lytton.-Best man was Roger Pudehz, Carroll. Groomsmen were -Larry Cross and Darrell Matter, Lytton;. Ushers were Edward Schram, brother of groom arid Dennis Heerdt, cousin of the bride. Organist was Mrs. Leona Stenzel. The soloist was John Lovstad. Advance - Glenn's',PHotp-Eiigrqylng A reception for 150 was held at the V.F.W. hall in Algona supervised by Mrs. Russell Shipler. In charge of gifts were Mrs. David Bunkofske, Patricia Haupert, Jean Mescher, Susan home on Park Avenue. Their home ait ,,,724,. Woodworth., ,ju':>ui:>i 1>U mnurlr; .nfnT] n 1, sold some time ago to ] James Brophy who moved from her farm north of town, which is now occupied by the Roland Scharm and Mrs; Donald Gifford. :., • ',/", I".. ; '" •' • .''..'' '''•"'•• Judy Mescher served punch and Mrs. Frank Flaig served coffee. Cutting, arid serving cake were Mrs. C. W. Heerdt and Mrs. E. C. Ackerman, GarneirV Dining''room hosts .were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Alberts. The brides personal attendant was Ardiith Small, Fort Dodge. Jo Anne has been, employed at 'the Avco Co., Fort Dodge, and they will live ait Lytton. where he is farming. WOMEN'S CLUB MEETS The Burt Women's Club met Nov 21 at Darlene Herrick's assisted by Lavina Hanson, and Lettie Vogel. The trio Janet and Linda Becker and Patty Sheir- bon sang several numbers. The program was by Mabelline Loy- stad. Iva Jurgens reviewed the book "Finland" by T. G. Carpenter. Patricia :P, helps, IFYE, Swea City, student told of h€tf summer in Finland and showed pictures of Finland and the family she Uyed with. She also %d(. a^ i< ^^vfl ; f? 4fep la y- After the program many Finnish breads.and pastries were served from a table. The next meeting will be held Dec. 12 at Leowa Haas family. Lacy's. .This will be,,the v Clhrist- Wt®S*®W^WIIl!^^ Mr. and Mrs. Ron Peterson and two sons, Duluth, spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Fort Dodge with her parents, the Ralph Browns, with whom Ron's mother, Mrs. Florence Peterson, has been staying since dismissal from Lutheran Hospital three weeks ago. She was a patient at Lutheran, five weeks following surgery there and is staying in Fort Dodge for a time to be near her doctor. FlEADINQ UDV "M" Beauty captured In a fine 21 Jewel watch, or white. JUST ARRIVED! ALGONA'S FINEST SELECTION OF QUALITY CHRISTMAS TREES! s ••-•-[-.,:•. .' •'„ ' '- ., ,; " f :HRISTI Mr. and Mrs. Rotort M» r Spencer, were overnight gue«ts in Algona and had Thanlcsgiv> ing dinner with family aiuj Mends. Mrs. Bliss is a niece of Mrs. Clint Lighter. Mr. *nd Mrs. J, B. AM tccom- panied the Fred Asa's and son Tony to Racine on Wednesday where they visited a sister-in- law, Mrs. Anna Asa, and a niece and nephew over the Thanksgiving Holiday. They returned to Waterloo Saturday and on Sunday took Mrs. Asa to Rochester to enter St. Mary's Hospital. Her husband came home thiat evening, then returned to Rochester Monday afternoon. Mirs. Asa's room number is 100. Mr. *nd Mrf. Sexton, with daughters Mary and Judy who came from ingside for the weekend, spent ursi Fairibault, Wm- with Mir. Mrs. Robert Meyer, a niece On. Friday Mrs. . -y -, liriewei MOO««, Ivmlnou*. Tkt$ ptr •Ut tM Christmas lusk! Cboon your Bulovi w* froiB w»r compltti watch ^^wif'^JW.*. yii.i w.^iyiK ^*^wi i^ will flatly Nip W inakt this a hanohr GltfiStllUS. M^^ w ^^|^^^ W-*-^ ^*^^^^^B WhM m |MW what naka« | «|tck tick, jHW'U buy « Bulova. 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