The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 2
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2-Alfl«no (la.) Upptr D»« MolnM Thursday, Dec 8, 1966 Announce Xmas School Plans; Corwith-Wesley r WESLEY - Music Mothers of - the Corwith-Wesley Community School met in the Wesley building - Tuesday afternoon. " The high school Christmas : program is scheduled for Dec. - 14 at 8 p. m. at Corwith. A , high school Christmas dance is ; scheduled for Wednesday even- Ing, Dec. 21. School will be dismissed at 2:30 p. rn., Thursday, Dec. 22. - o - ELECT OFFICERS The W. M. S. met in the Evan*- gelical Free chu rch parlors Wed' nesday. Mrs. Garel Leek was hostess. The annual election of officers was held. Mrs. Ivan Johnson was elected president; Mrs. Fred Bentele, vice president; Mrs. l-Anton Pearson, treasurer; Mrs. Lou Simpson, secretary. Pastor Robert Culbertson of East Chain, Minn, was guest speaker. He was guest speaker at the Evangelical meetings in the Upper Flat church each evening last week. - o RED CROSS RESULTS The sum of $137.55 was realized In the recent Red Cross drive. Mrs. Marie Lickteig was chairman of the town drive. The workers were Eileen Johnson, Sara Raney, Faye Loebig, Jo Meurer, Betty Bode, Esther Smith, Mary Lou Studer, Arlene Carman, Laura Klein, Marilyn Shellenberg, Alice Hill and Kate Flom. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Don Reding and family of St. Joe were Nov. 27 afternoon callers in the parental Mrs. Justine Becker home. The Al Jondels of Des Moines spent Thanksgiving with her parents, the Chas. Weirs. Mrs. Mary Rockwood accompanied her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foley of Corwith, to Des Moines Nov. 27 where they visited an aunt, Mrs. J. H. Devlin, patient in Mercy hospital. Jimmy Dean was born recently to the Lou Martins of Jefferson. They have another son, Richard. Mrs. Martin Is the former Linda Kellogg, daughter of the Dick Kelloggs of Grand Junction, formerly of Wesley. Lou is a son of the Reese Martins of Earllng, formerly of Wesley. Mrs. John Bleich and Mrs, Mary Rockwood visited the Lou Martins and Dick Kelloggs Nov. 27. Rev. and Mrs. Harold M. Rye and Howard of Huxley were Nov. 27 guests in the L. L. I/ease home. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfei will have the next party. Mrs. Marie Doughan entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Minnie Frlmml will have the next party. Thanksgiving guests in the parental Joe Goetz home were Larry Grandgenetts, John Youngwirths, Bill Goetzs and Paul Kelly and children. Lawrence Ferstl of Mason City was recently married to Deanna Butts of rural Mason City. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Butts and he is a son of the late Morand Ferstl, formerly of rural Wesley, and Mrs. Katherine Ferstl of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig were Thanksgiving guests of their daughter, Mrs. Teresa Berger and family, Algona. Other guests were the Tom Lickteigs of Wesley and the Ed Kenyonsof Whittemore. Mrs. Bernice Larson and Mrs. Ruth Anfinson attended a blood program at the Britt hospital Nov. 29. Mesdames Margaret Root, Mary Rockwood, Mildred Fox Studer, Marian Youngwirth, Helen Plathe, Mary Bode, Hazel Studer, Mary Weber, Maud Studer and Marjorle Goetz were guests of the C. D. A, at West Bend, Nov. 28. A Cub Si out pack meeting was held in the Legion hall Wednesday evening. Den 2 had the opening ceremony; Den 3 had entertainment ; Den 1 had closing ceremony and served the lunch. Scoutmaster Cletus West presented a Wolf Badge to Bob Reillng, a Bear Badge to Ronnie Reillng and two gold arrows to Tom Bodo. The next pack meeting will be Dec. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tebben and family of Osage, formerly of the Wesley rural area, were Nov. 27 dinner guests in the Frlmml home. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig spent the Nov. 27 weekend in the home of a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lickteig in Omaha. Saturday they attended the wedding of Bob Richtsmeier and Donna Lavicky at Dwight, Nebr. St. Joe C.D.A. Plans Xmas Party Dec. 14 ST. JOE - C. D. A. will hold a meeting Dec. 14, preceded by a 6:30 pot-luck dinner in St. Joseph's school hall. Following the meeting, the annual Christmas party and a one dollar gift exchange will be held. New Eyes for the Needy, with metal scrap such as real and costume Jewelry, discarded silver, old watches and dentures are needed to help in their work and brought to the meeting. Committee in charge of the dinner and Christmas party are Mrs. John Capesius, Mrs. Rosalia nig, Mrs. Joe Sinnwell, Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Robert Berte, Mrs. Ralph Bormann, Mrs. Ronald Qlg, Mrs. Ray Berte, Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Ed Bormann, Mrs. Paul Thilges, Sr., Mrs. Don Bormann, Mrs. Robert Altman and Mrs. Damian Centgraf. - o SHOWER HONORS Georgia Thul was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday in St. Joseph's school hall with relatives and friends attending. Royal blue and white, the honoree's colors, were carried out in decorations with a parasol as gift table center piece. Janice Thul, sister of the honoree, Vickie Elbert, sister of the groom-to-be, and a cousin of the groom-to-be, Mary Hoskins, assisted at the gift table. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Bob Kirsch receiving prizes. Mrs. Willie Thilges received the door prize. - o Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire, David, Jr., and Andrew are spending several weeks with Mrs. McGuire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Isaac, and other relatives and friends in Detroit, Mich. Sandra Grant Engaged To Wed Burt Man and Lester Bullock, son of Rev. and Mrs. Albert C. Bullock, Lone Rock. Miss Grant attends State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, She is a member of Phi Chi Delta. Mr. Bullock will graduate In January from Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. He is affiliated with Phi Alpha Theta, national honorary history fraternity. A January wedding is being planned. Have visitors go places? Your personal news Is welcome at THE UPPER DBS MOINES. FAREWELL PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Thilges are moving this week to Algona where they have purchased a home. Saturday evening, neigh* bors gathered for a farewell courtesy and presented them with a gift certificate. Lunch,brought by the neighbors, was served following a social evening. At 500 Mrs. Howard Bormann and Patsy Hackney received prizes. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Weydert, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. Patsy Hackney, Mrs, Paul Thilges, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Edward M, Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Kutschara, Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Berte, JHr. and Mis. Art Kohlhaa*, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frideres, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Capesius and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider. - o John Kirschj WMftemore, formerly from here> is a patient in St. Ann hospital in Algpna following a fall Inhishom* SANDRA GRANT Mr. and Mrs. Orville J. Grant of Dexter announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra, 1 Clip a gift! Delight someone on your Christmas list with a gift of telephone service. Here's just one of many Tele-Gift ideas—clip it out as a reminder to order from our business office. Or ask any telephone employee. ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICED! SELF ADHESIVE CONTACT PLASTIC you'll find 1001 uiei tot thtt bt fruitful decoraf/ng pfaif/e MERRY* LOCAL WINNERS IN THE STANDARD OIL ALL-PRO FOOTBALL CONTEST: - WINNERS OF $1.00 - \ A PRINC65S' PHONE TO; Thomoi Lueker John Meyers (5) W. B. Shelter. Carol Sabin Kenneth Egel Mrs. Clarence tsebrand Helen S. Johnson Wilma Strayer Micheal P. Schrauth Richard A. Faaster Anthony Schiliz Butch Strayer David Hilbert Mrs. Mary Lucey Luther Fairbanks Tom Kenefick Mrs. Donald Trupke Dean L. Prentice - WINNERS OF $5.00 - Jim Grandgenett David Hilbert John Meyers •Regular 1,29 Unconditionally guaranteed! Silicone treated. Use on headboards, walls, screens, closets. So easy to use! Save now! Princess* Phone has a soft night light that brightens to help you dial when you lift the receiver. Northwestern Bell KEEP TRYING - THERE'S STILL TIME TO WIN A MUSTANG OR A BIG CASH AWARD! Chuck Behr's Standard Serv. 400 E. State Algona 295-3372- When you've earned a '67 Chrysler, don't sell yourself short. Talk to a Take Charge Dealer Newport Custom 2-Ooor Hardtop ANNUAL END-OF-YEAR CLEARANCE TIRES-TIRES-TIRES We'll show you how easy it is to move up to Chrysler '67. It's longer. Over 18 feet long. More powerful. V-8s range from big to biggest in the price class. Biggest brakes, too. And right now, we're pricing our 4 hottest- selling Chryslers at just a few dollars a month more than the most popular smaller cars, comparably equipped. When you've earned a Chrysler, don't hold back. Take Charge,., Move up to CHRYSLER '67 SNOW TIRES NEW and USED Big selection of tires we don't want to carry over for next season. FREE! AUTHORIZED DEALERS CIOAA CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION PERCIVAL MOTORS - 800 So. Phillips , Algona, Iowa Register each time you are in our store for the Free Turkey Drawing, December 30. No purchase is necessary and you need not be present to win. While getting ready to take our year end tire inventory we uncovered hundreds of tires that we must sell now. We're willing to "deal" on these tires.,. discontinued tread designs (brand new tires) ... new car "take-offs" (many matched pairs and sets used less than 100 miles) ... good inspected used tires (some with thousands of miles of tread remaining. We'll have these tires sorted in stacks for easy selection. Come in and pick your tires and name your price! No reasonable offer will be refused. Be here early for best selection. Volume 5 Firestone Christmas Record. $1.00 20 Gallon Trash Can $1.88 Car Front Seat Floor Mats $1.44 Blinking Safety light 99e REGULAR TIRES ODDS-N-ENDS Both new and used inmost sizes.,, but some sixes in limited quantities. Joe Bradley Firestone South of Algona Hottl Phont 291*2421, Algona

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