The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
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WEDS AT BR1TT Marge O'Rourke, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Cecil O'Rourke of Brltt, and Wayne Arndorfer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer of Algona, were married at St. Patrick's Catholic church. Rev. R. J. Slgwarth performed the ceremony. Carol Arndorfer, sister of the bridegroom and John Freldus of Wilmington, m., attended the couple. The bride was a graduate of the Britt High School and La James College of Halrstyllng. The groom is a graduate of Algona High School and is employed at Funk's Plumbing and Heating. They will make their home at Algona. - o GO CAROLING Sunday, Dec. 11, at 6:30, Mariners and members of the United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship went caroling to shut-ins. A Mariners committee was in charge and the group took cookies and candy bars, The committee in charge was Messrs and Mes*., dames Andrew Crawford, Lloyd Gerber, Alwin Huenhold and Richard Mawdsley. Churches in area 1 of the North Central Presbytery met here with their sessions records for examination. Mrs. Richard Mawdsley will be hostess to the Ruth circle Tues- at 8 o'clock. - o- QUEEN DINNER The Kiwanians are entertaining their Queens at dinner Thursday evening at the Algona Hotel. - o - XMAS PARTY Mrs. Lyle Steele is entertaining her card club Tuesday evening. This will be a Christmas party. - o HAS BRITHDAY Mrs. Pete Halsrud observed a birthday anniversary Friday and had as guests her granddaughter, Mrs. Ed Marlow and children, Bancroft, Mrs. Oliver Bakken, Mrs. Alice Baker, Mrs. Amanda Johnson and Mrs. Ann Presthus. The afternoon was spent socially. HARRISONS TO HEAR CONCERT Mr. and Mrs. William F.Kraft will drive to Vermilllon, South Dakota, on Thursday, December IS, to attend the Christmas eon- cert presented by the University Choir and the Madrigal Singers of the University of South Dakota. Their son Brad, a student at the University, is a member of both groups and is a soloist with the Madrigal Singers. - o - PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES Presbyterian Circles will meet on Thursday: "A" - Hostesses: Mrs. Don Hemmingsen & Mrs. Edna Mitchell; Program & Devotions: Mrs. Lloyd Gerber. "B" - Hostesses: Mrs. Alwin Huenhold & Mrs. John Jennings; Program & Devotions: Mrs. Fred Geigel. "C" - Hostesses: Mrs. Wm. Finn & Mrs. Dean Jergenson; Program it Devotions: Mrs. Andrew Hansen. "D" - Hostess: Mrs. Irving Miller; Program & Devotions: Mrs. Walter Morz. - o - TO SING IN CHORUS Mr. and Mrs. Martin Huber and daughters, Debra and Sara, Wm. E. Dau, and Mrs. JimChal- strom are the Algona members of the North Iowa Choral Society which has been presenting Handel's "Messiah" in Brltt, Forest * ., * •.••.-.•• *;•:• 'If: V /Merry Chriitmis"!!) with FRESH, LIVE POINSETTIA PLANTS 2 TO 5 BLOOM MATTEL'S THINGMAKER CREEPY CRAWLERS CREEPLE PEEPLE FIGHTING MEN ^r^^m REG. $15.95 Brach's Assorted Chocolates FANCY GIFT BOXED 3 IB. SIZE 5LB. SIZE $]99 $299 ENTIRE STOCK Tonka MIGHTY DUMP TRUCK $533 1816" Long ELECTRIC FOOTBALL GAME BY TUDOR SAVE $3.00 cm IKE on-n-iv ^%J^^V/ ff Ladies Dusters 20% off C O U P O THIS COUPON WORTH $1,00 ON PURCHASE OF ANY RECORD ALBUM SELLING AT $3.79 OR MORE IATEST HITS ALl,ARTIST$, ALL YOUR CHRISTMAS FAVORITES. STEREO OR MONO ARRISON' * ALGONA'S UAPING VARIETY STORE * City, and MM •ntey in MftjonCtty. TbtHMNIigfr* taint om 100 Moibtrt frttt tt north tow* CoMttNSJHtt. Mr. Rnber 1« • mat** atflM totfd of Directors* CLUB HOfTItl Mrs. Mary CJs* later* tained Mr (00 d* Wetmttjr. • o* TRIM TREE The Christaju tree la (to hill at the Good femariUa MOM wit trimmed by the U-Oo-HfcglrU. • o- MEET1NG8 SLATED Circlet of Metkodift WJ.CJ. wfll met Dec. 15 as follows at 1:30, except January which meets tt U4S, April at 12:30, March si 1:4$ and November at 2:00: ••(it, Mrs. Stanley Muckey ; Oct., Mrs. Vie Parsons; Nov., Mrs. Webb Fowler; Dec., Mrs. Paul Mfcr) Jan., Mrs. Irvin Hansel; Feb., Mrs. D. E. Dewel; March, Mrs. Lyle Steele; April, Mrs. tot Taylor ; May, Mrs. Ed Hagg ; JVM I, Mrs. Jerry Anderson at ItOO p. m.; June n, Mrs. Jerry Aadftrsoo, at the same hour. CLAM PARTIES Dee. 17, Methodist Sunday IdMOl classes will meet for ChriiUnu parties: 1:30-2:45- fcur tad five year old children U church school class rooms; 1:30, first and second grade, "Birthday Party for Jesus" at church; 1:30, third grade party at Mrs. Clinton Goddens; 1:30, party for fourth grade at Mrs. L. L. Snyders. - o - GO CAROLING Senior Methodist MYF will go caroling at 5 p. m, Dec. 18. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones. - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of United Presbyterian Women will meet Dec. 15 at 1:30 for dessert luncheons: Circle A, Mrs. Wendell Feaster, r Thursday, 0*. IS, 1*46 Algono (la.) Upper Det Moln«*-J co-hostess, Mrs. Edna Mitchell; Circle B, Mrs. Alwin Hnenhold, co-hostess Mrs. John Jennings; Circle C, Mrs. William Flan, co-hostess Mrs. Dean Jergenson; circle D, Mrs. Irving Miller. - o- SOROR1TY MEETS H-XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently at the home of Dorothy Zelgler. After the business meeting, court whist was played. Denlce Cook had high score and Ardeen Sampson, low. On Doc. 6 the chapter met at the home of Pat Metcen, and after the business meeting LaVonne Peer Introduced Cliff Carlson, Wesley sculptor, ffttt gpoke on'understanding art. v fb§ XI-XI and Zeta XI chapters will have a combined Christmas party at Charlie's Supper Club and gift* will be exchanged with secret sisters. H-X1 voted to give $10 to the state project for the blind, and donated a Christmas tree and decorations to the School for Retarded Children. The next regular meeting will be held Jan. 3 at Katie Andersons. - o- BAPT1ST WOMEN Circles of the First Baptist church will meet Dec. 15 at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mack Carlson and Mrs. Dolly Pierce. Mrs. Warren Bowman will give devotions. •' / / ALGONA Cbitm/u... especially with an outfit by Girl town ! Enjoy the big Christmas grin on your little girl's face when she tries on a new outfit by Girl- town, the style-setter in today's childrens fashions. Gay-colored blazers, skirts jumpers, slacks and blouses in orange, lime and yellow. A variety of styles now on display at Sheakleys. r < *» \ ***W

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