The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
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Senfrai Vocal Groups Present Xmas Music LONE ROCK - The junior and senior high school vocal students of the S«ntral Community School wfll present a concert Dec. 20 at the Sentral auditorium at 8 p. m. the junior high chorus will be doing a pageant "Christmas By Candlelight." This pageant was written with an emphasis placed on'wotship at the manger. The newly formed Madrigal will do the sacred concerto or can- tita, "0, Beloved Shepherds." the high school choir will be doing a cantata, called "When L^ve Was Bofti," This selection lUfes a number of old carols in a new. setting, A number of sinall groups' and ensembles will also perform. ! .December 23, the Sentral choir Will make atriptoMankatowhere they will make a live appearance ott KEYC-TV at 3:30 p.m. Carols, folk songs, contemporary Christmas music and a spiritual will be presented on "The Sounds of Christmas." - o - IS CAPPED Rachael Hulburt of Lone Rock, a 1966 graduate of Sentral High School was One of a class of 51 nurses of the St. Barnabas Hospital School of Nursing who received her nurses cap at a capping ceremony held at St. Mark's church in Minneapolis Dec. 2. Mr, and Mrs. Junior Hulburt, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder, Lone Rock, and Mary Hulburt, attended the capping. Rachael i» a member of the class of nurses who will graduate in 1969. t. ., ,- o Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. E. A. Lee went to Mitchell, S. D. Dec. 2 for funeral services for an uncle, William H. Gapp, who died Nov. 30 at the age of 85 years. wfflfflitwmiiiw AROUND ALGONA SHARON STALZER, 7 Sharon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalzer, was seven years old Nov. 20 and in honor of the anniversary, dinner pests were her grandmother, Mrs. Albert Weishaar, her godmother, Josephine Heinen, Anna Kellersohn and Hattie May. - o- CLUB PARTY Mrs. Marie Lampright's bridge club will meet with her Wednesday. They will go to a cafe for the noon meal, then go to Mrs. Lamprights for cards and an exchange of Christmas gifts. - o- BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Don Nelson's birthday club will meet Dec. 8. they plan to have luncheon at the Johnson House and will then go to Mrs. Nelsons for an exchange of Christmas gifts and a social afternoon. - o- BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf will be hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. This is a Christmas party with an exchange of gifts. - o- MRS. JOHN Kohlhaas was hostess to two bridge clubs last week. Winners Tuesday were Mrs. Henry Holland and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas. Winners Friday were Mrs. John Weydert, Mrs. Lawrence Winkel and Mrs. C. J. McEvoy. DR. HAROLD E rick sou will attend the American Academy of Optometry post graduate courses at Denver, Colo. Dec. 7 - Dec. 10. Mrs. Erlckson will accompany him. MR. AND MRS. Nels Godfred- For value and performance in a self .winding watch: , •• ,.11-M*' '•_• . ••'.'•; ' ' • • .' see our Bulova Christmas Collection from only $3995 1 Bulova makes more self-winding watches, in more styles, in a wider range of prices, than anyone, else in the worldl That's why Bulova self-winding watches are more advanced in excellence, styling and value. As an example, every Bulova self-winding watch has a superior self-winding rotor. The slightest motion of your wrist automatically keeps your Bulova watch fully wound — for faithful timekeeping. COME IN AND LET OUR WATCH EXPERTS HELP YOU CHOOSE FROM OUR FINE BULOVA COLLECTION OF SELF-WINDING WATCHES PRICED FROM $39.95 CLIPPER "G" Yellow, 17 Jewels, Waterproof,' Self-Wlnding, Shock Resistant, Luminous Dots and Hands, Raised Markers, Expansion Band, flt.lS White, 17 JlWils, Stainless Steel, WaterprqqfYCilendar Window, Swtep S»cop(l Hand, Self-Winding, Luminous Dial and Hands, Black Alligator Lizard Strap. ••'•' • - COMMANPER "F" Yellow, 30 Jewell, Waterproof,* Self-Winding, Sweep Second Hand, Luminous Dial and Hands, Shock Reilstant, Brown Alligator Strap. $75,00 When you know what makes a watch tick, you'll buy a Bulova. 1 son, parents of Mrs. Ben Wibben, have moved from Bancroft to a house on South Heckart street. MR. AND MRS. Walter Zentner went to Des Moines Saturday to attend funeral services for Mrs. George (Elfa) Rise, 68, cousin of Mrs. Zentner. Cause of death was a stroke. ZETA XI chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Joe Bradley, Jr. Lessons were "Poetry Into Music" by Mrs. Lou Krull, and "Absolute Music' by Corrine Shimel. DELPHIAN Society of Algona will meet Dec. 12 at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Al Agena. There will be a musical program at the Good Samaritan Home, given by Mrs. George Sefrit. ST. ANN Auxiliary held Its monthly meeting Dec. 5. It was decided to hold a bake sale at Hoods Super Valu Dec. 17. All members will be contacted for donations. MRS. DEAN Kinsman entertained her bridge club Monday evening. Winning scores were held by Phyllis Georg and Shirley Cubit. The traveling prize was won by Donna Geving. MR. AND MRS. James Walker were visited four days by the latter 1 s brother, Howard Johnson of Buckeye. Nov. 27 he attended the golden wedding anniversary at Oakland, Calif, for his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Severt Johnson. MRS. NETTIE Fisher, 93, has been brought from her home at Hurt to the Good Samaritan Home here. She is mother of James Walker. A daughter, Mrs. Nora Garner, lives at Burt. ADJ 2 John son of Mr. and Mrs James Walker, has been in the naval air force the past .*' • BULOVA ECUFWINOIN6 CLIPPER "A" White, 17 Jewels, Stainless Steel, Waterproof, Self- winding, Shock Resistant, Unbreakable Mainspring, Anti-MagneJic. Luminous Dial and Hands, Sweep Second Hand, Black Leather Strap. S39.95 for your pwn ttkf. do M Bulova dot»: rily on in Authormd Bulovt Jiwtltr •Wh*n cat* tryttal and crown art Intact. ALGONA.IOWA Qem Society five years and is now in the China seas on the USS Enterprise. He is a jet mechanic and expects to be gone from his home at Marimar, Calif., at least a year. He left Nov. 1. MRS. ESTHER Barton spent the weekend at Webb with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook. Sunday they were guests at dinner at Mr. and Mrs. James Cook. JOHN GILBERT came from Cedar Falls and spent the weekend with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert. John is employed at patrol examiner for persons wanting drivers licenses. MRS. MAUDE Blanchard, Lone Rock, and Mrs. J. M. Fleming, Whittemore, are the latest persons to become residents of Good Samaritan Home. Mrs. Fleming is mother of Mrs. Craig Smith. MRS. SELMA Godfredson has gone to Sioux City to spend a few weeks with a son-in-law ana daughter and from there will go to Santa Monica, Calif, to spend the winter with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp. MR. AND MRS. G. A. Wittkopf will have as holiday guests their daughter and son, Carol and Eugene, who have not been home in a year. Carol Is attending college at Cambridge Mass, and also teaching and Eugene is working on his Ph. D. degree at Syracuse, N. Y. They Thursday, D«c. 8, 1966 Algono, (la.) Upper Dei MelnM-9 will make the trip home via plane. The Allen Wagner family was visited Sunday by Mrs. Leona Llndquist and Susan, Polly and Sally, Mason City. They also called on Evelyn Cady. The late Herbert Llndqutst was a former manager of the Good Samaritan Home. MRS. ELDON Winkel and children have returned from a visit at Omaha with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Millea. A former resident of Spill- Tille, retired Sergeant Victor Ira, brought back some giant hickory nuts when he came from Missouri to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ira, Spill- viile. Some of the nuts measured five inches around and came from a tree which is so large two men couldn't reach around it. DIAMOND'S MERRY GIFT IDEAS FOR [THE JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF N.W. lOWg WISE ECON. JOMIZE — and get Better Values, Tqo" when You Buy I Your WINTER WEAR at DIAMOND'S, CHRISTMAS.'.' Boys' Washable CORDUROY REVERSIBLE PARKAS Then reverie to "The Animal Look." You must tee this coat to appreciate the styling, quality and ihe low, low price. 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