The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
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WEDDING DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek were hosts Sunday for forty-one relatives for dinner after the wedding of their son, Darwin, to Virgean Biers! edt. They were married on Saturday and left Sunday for Atlanta, Ga. where Darwin is staloned in Army Intelligence. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Leek, James Bier- stedts, Fred Bierstedts, Wm. Hannovers, all of WMttemore; . LucJnda Bierstedl, Gertrude Faulstich, - sheri Baker, Gene Faulstichs, Ida Leeck, Ranney Leeks, Wm. Leeks tind Ven Leecks, all of Algona 5 Lewie Frasers of Minneapolis, Herb Leeks of Toleda, and Bib Basley of Ames. - o - BAPTIST WOMEN Women of the First Baptist church will meet Dec. 1. Mrs, Russell Medin will be in charge and other hostesses will be Winona Laws, Gretchen Bowman and Rattle Heiter. - o - CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Milton Danl was hostess : to her 500 club Nov. 30. This was the Christmas party and the women ate at a cafe and then went to her home for cards and gift exchange. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Herbert Haas will be hostess to her bridge club Dec. 7. - o - TWO MEETINGS Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess to her birthday club Dec. 7. The anniversary of Esther Helberg will be observed. Dec. 14, Mrs. Post will be hostess to another birthday club at which time there will be a gift exchange. - o - SHOWER SLATED A'miscellaneous shower is to- be ^given Dec. 5 at 7:30 at the Presbyterian church for Mary Ann Sigsbee, whose marriage to David Rasmussen of Burt will take place Dec. 30. Hostesses are Darlene Feaster, Elsie Hudson, Clara Hobson, Ethel Loss, Lola Lau, Mabel Lane, Dorothy Muckey, Helen Pratt, Helen Seely,. Ruth Sigsbee, Vaunita Hentz and Mid Waller. Each guest is requested to bring a recipe. SISTERS PARTY The Sisters of Presentation enjoyed a pot-luck dinner and Christmas party Nov. 28 at St. Cecelia's hall. C. D. A. hosted the party and guests of members were also in attendance. Mrs. Mary Wiltgen welcomed the sisters, members and guests and read two verses. Bingo was played by all and the Sisters received many gifts. Mrs. Avis Bradley won the door prize. The committee in charge included Ruth Robinson and Marian Crawford, chairladies, with the following ladies assisting, Anna Courtney, Imogene McAtee, Mary Barry, Florence Valentine, Marguerite Hayes, Cecelia Simmons, Anna Geishecker, Lavonne Post, Doris McEvoy, Helen Klooster, Ruth Arend, Ann King, Ardyta Thomason, Irene Griffin, Rose Scanlon, Kathleen Griffin, Minnie Schick, Mary Angela GiscU, Jean Reynolds, Renetta Fandel, Luella Collins, Eileen Lampright, Luella Murphy, Alice Condon, Irma Lichier, Marie Payne, Mary Lou Ruhnke, Paulette Bradley, Jean Haas, Mary Straub, Helen Mikes, Maida Cassel, Esther Heimers, Janice Jergenson and Luella Arndorfer. - o HAS BRITHDAY Mrs* Ernest Egel's birthday was observed a few weeks ago and the sons-in-law and daughters* Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frumm, Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs. James Widow, prairie Village, Kan,, were here to celebrate the anniversary, - 0" UPW MEETING Monday, Nov, 28, the regular poothly United Presbyterian Women's Executive Board met in the fireside room at g o'clock. That evening a 7:30 o'clock the Quild Circle met. Hostesses we Mrs. Glenn Jones and Mrs, Charles Hardgrove. The program was given by Mrs. Henry Furst and devotions by Mrs. Marc Moore. SON GRADUATES Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel spent a recent weekend at Ames with their son Phillip, his wife and son Mike. Phillip received his B.S. degree in engineering and has left for Horse Head, N.Y. where he will be associated with the Ingersoll Rand Manufacturing Co. at Painted Post. Following graduation exercises, the Ernest Egels, the Phillip Egels, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Goodenow and their exchange student, Sigfried Wolm of Germany, and Mrs. John Goodenow, of Battle Creek, la. had dinner at Ames. - o CAROLYN BLACK, 2 Hugh Black gave a dinner party Sunday evening at Van's in honor of the second birthday of his daughter, Carolyn, Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg, Mrs. George Kain, Maribel and J. C., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach and Mr. and Mrs. Frank PrAs- man, Sexton, and the honoree's brother Jimmio, and sister, . Louise. Mr. Ksin was out of town. Carolyn's b?rthdate is Nov. 28. - o - KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Roy Hutzell is entertaining her Knit and Sew club Tuesday. - o - PLAN MEETING The general meeting of the United Presbyterian Women will be held Dec. 1 at 1:30 p.m. Topic, "At the Beginning". Circle B in charge. - o - HOST WSCS Women of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Dec. 1 for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Lawrence Miller and Mrs. Jerry Payne are chairman and cochairman. - o - LUNCHEON PLANNED,,.-.,-. . ;• The Congregational Womens Fellowship luncheon will be held Dec. i. Circle 1 will be in charge. Devotions will be given by Benora Harcey. MR. AND MRA. Clarence Harms are the pround parents of 7 pounds 12 oz. girl born Nov. 16. They named her Christine Marie. MRS. RONALD Waldera and Bobbie have returned from Columbus, Ga., after spending four months with Lt. and Mrs. Thomas Waldera. Pfc. Ronald Waldera USMC is stationed at Chu Lai, Viet Nam. Father Passes ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell were called home Wednesday from Mesa, Ariz, due to the sudden death of Mr. Sinn- well's father, John Sinnwell, 80, of Waterloo. Funeral services were held Saturday at Waterloo with burial in the loni Catholic cemetery. Mr. Sinnwell is survived by six sons and two daughters, 46 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, Receives Grant LEDYARD - Nancy Herzog, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog, has received an Opportunity Education Grant of $200. Half of this amount may be applied to college expenses the first semester and the remainder to the. expense of the second year. Northwestern College must match the amount of the grant. Algona Stores Open Nights DECEMBER 1966 SUN MON TUfeS WED TMUB SAT Wesley Man's Grandmother Years Old WESLEY - Jim Walker and family and his mother, Mrs. Laura Walker vere Thanksgiving guests of his grandmother, Mrs. John Walker of Rodman. As it was her 100th birthday, open house was held for her that afternoon. Three of her eight children are still living. Thursday wag also her 81st wedding anniversary. She was married on her birthday. She had been a widow many years. She bought a dress on her 99th birthday and last week she walked into the Chrischilles Store, Algona and was given a new dress as was promised. - o - PLACES SECOND Charles Weir, manager of the local Coop creamery, won second place in the Master Craftsman group in the 42nd efficiency program which was recently completed at State Brand Creameries at Mason City. He received $75. - o - WIN TROPHY The Shymen, a group of five young musicians appeared on Mason City TV Nov. 21. They won second place in the Battle .of Bands; andjyere ^awarded a Atrophy f<and £ the- appearancei, oh' TV. fMark -iiickteig; son o"f the George Lickteigs, plays compact organ, Lou Hampton son of the Michael Hamptons plays rhytiim guitar. Other members are David Kohlhaas, Boyd Bristow and Dale Fraser, all of Burt. -6-- Mrs. N. F. Weber entertained her contract bridge club Nov. 22. Mrs. Jo Meurer was a guest. The Dennis Vitzthum family of Estherville spent several days over the holiday weekend in the for MOTHER \, or Grandmother *'" Y . . a birthstone J' ™. family UK GOLD A RING with the BIBTHSTOHES o{ chi)dren . . , husband and wife ... or grandchildren ORDER EARLY ! WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA THE EXCITERS (FORMERLY GRAND PRES) APPEARING HOTEL ALGONA parental, Geo. Vitzthum j nd Leo Goetz homes. Mrs. H. H. Raney flew to Buffalo, New York to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Howard Carey, who died Monday last week of a heart attack. The mesclames Margaret Root, Mary Rockwood, Ha.zel Studer, Maud Studer, Clara Erdman, Marion Youngwirth, Helen Plathe, Mary Bode Erma Kunz, Mary Weber attended a C.D.A. and Mary Weber attended a C.D.A. officers and past Grand Regents party at Bancroft Tuesday evening. They enjoyed a program and 500. Mary Bode"s name was drawn for the door prize. Mrs. Tom Becker went to Waterville, Minn., Nov. 17 to visit their son Ber.iard Becker and family. Sunday, Tom Becker and Diane and Mrs. Martin Becker, the latter of Algona, were guests in the Bernard Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker were sponsors at the baptism of their grandaughter, Christine Susan, who was born Nov. 12. The Wesleyans returned home Sunday evening, the 20th. The Al Loebigs were Thanksgiving guests of her parents, the John Shedds in Chelsea. Mrs. Ron Straup of Mason City spent the holiday weekend in the parental A. C. Discher home. She had recently spent a week in Hawaii with her husband, who is in service in Viet Nam. Other Thanksgiving guests in the Dis- cher home were the Dr. Paul Warners of Cedar Falls and the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wall and Marvin of Comfry, Minn. Jerry Discher who is stationed at Ft. Irwin Texas called holiday greetings to his parents and guests. Paul Bode of Algona and the Merle Loss family were Thanksgiving guests in the Franklin Bode home. Guests over the Thanksgiving weekend in the parental L. T. Root home were the Richird Murphys of Appleton, Wis., Carol Root of Minneapolis :tnrt Tom Root of Dubuque. ' The Dave Williams family of Da Kalb, HI., spent the holiday weekend in the parental, Ben Schrauth home. Other Thanksgiving guests A-ere the Floyd Byrnes family of Moorland, the Bernard Schrauths of Emmetsburg, Paul Schrauths of Bancroft, Dan Williams Britt, Mrs. Sadie Denton of T tonka and the George Lickteigs of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker, and Vince Doughan were Thanksgiving guests in the Roger Douglian home, Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard and children of Algona were also guests there. Martin Becker is taking basic training at Ft. Blis:, Texas. He answered the draft call Nov. 15. The Dr. Jongerwaard family spent Thanksgiving at Jefferson with his parents, the Dt. A. J. Jongewaards, and with the Henry Jongewaards. Frederick Girres, son of Adolf Girres, is stationed at an Army base at Monterey, Cal., and is taking a language study course. Ha enlisted and left Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schrauth and their liouseguests, the Dave Williams of Dt Kalb, m, visited Mrs. Schrauth's sister and her husband, the Jim Andersons ut Spencer. Mr. Anderson is ce- cuperating from a heart attack. The Lou Lickteigs and the Tom Lickteigs were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Teresa Berger and family at Algona. Mrs. Edna Flom and Mrs. Cora Johnson visited the former's sister, Mrs. Wallace Donovan, in a Spirit Lake Hospital Friday. Mrs. Donovan had major surgery Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Halvjr Flom visited her Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Friis had major surgery at Rochester, M.'nn. recently. Miuiy relatives and friends attended the funeral of Frank Grant, 52, af Britt Saturday. Mrs. Grant is the former Madeline Foertsch, daughter of Mrs. Theresa Faer- tsch Hrliday guesfs in the Rev. Curtis Anderson home were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson of Cummings N. D., and his brother Vernon Andersons of Cedar Falls. Union Thanksgiving services were hold in the Metliodist church Wednesday evening. Rev. Curtis Anderson, pastor of the Evangelical Free Church, was the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Raney and baby, Mark Allen, of Brookings, S. D. spent the holiday weekend in the parental. H. H, Raney and Cliff Andinson homes. "Messiah" was presented at the Methodist chruch in Britt Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. R. E, Jongewaard of Wvsley sang. Merle Loss and other relatives were in Rochester, Minn., Nov. 21 with his father, Robert Loss of Algona, when he had major 13 other Models $100 to $295 ZENITH'S SUPER Extended Range High Fidelity HEARING AID Demonstration and Showing. Faithfully amplifies the whispered sounds you miss with many hearing aids . . . ALGONA HOTEL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6 9 a.m. to 12 Noon Zenith "Royalty" of hearing aids. Batteries and services for most makes — You are invited to come in. - AUDIPHONE CO., INC. Ground Floor; Fleming Bldg. 214 — 6th Ave., Des Moines Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer. Thundoy, Dec. 1, 1966 Algona (la.) Upp*r Dei Moines-S, surgery. The Tom Forburgers, Mrs. Alice Hill, Larry Youngwirths, Kenneth Forburgers and Capt. Tom Forburger and family and Doui Bsrr, the latter of Algona, were dinner guests in the Al Erpelding home Thanksgiving Day. Mary Ann, who attends St. Mary's College in Omaha, spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weig were holiday guests in the home of their nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roach of Mison City. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Roach. The dinner party honored the latter couple's 30th 'vedding anniversary. Thanksgiving dinner guests in the Everett Ackerson home were the Bill Studer s of Algona and the Gayle Studer s and Mrs. Viola Studer of Wesley. Collect $104 LEDYARD - The Red Cross fund drive has been completed for the town" of Ledyard and a total of $104.75 was contributed. Solicitors were Mrs. Glen Burrow, Mrs. Zilphy Hardt, Mrs. Engelbart Logemann, Mrs. Everett Thompson, Mrs. Robert Jorgenson, Mrs. DennisWeringa, Mrs. RaymonclSorensonandMrs. Bernard Reilly. Mrs. Leon McCoy was chairman. r ICE SKATES FROM $ 7.95 WE BUY WE SELL WE TRADE STOP IN TODAY! I FREDERICK^ V&S HARDWARE 105 E. 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