The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1966 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1966
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8-Algona (la.) Upper De» Moln«« thurtday, 0«e. 22, 1966 Will Honor Wesley Couple Wed 40 Years WESLEY - The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hemmingsen are holding open house in honor of their parents' 40th wedding anniversary in the metho- dlst church Monday, Dec. 26, from 2 to 5 p.m. All friends are cordially invited. No gifts, please. - o WESLEY WIZARDS The Wesley Wizards held a pizza party at the home of Cheryl Cunningham, Dec. 10. Plans were discussed for next years program. They voted to give donations to the LF.Y.E., the Retarded children's program and to the Salvation Army. An exchange of gifts was held. The next meeting Jan. 14, will be held at the Wilfred Becker home. - o - CHRISTMAS PARTY The Catholic Daughters held their anuual Christmas party Dec. 13. A short business meeting was held. They voted to donate $2 to the Christmas Seal TB fund, and to again sponsor the poetry contest, *-nica closes Feb. 15, They voted to give the usual cash gifts. Katberine and Thomas Malek, daughter and son of the Ed Maleks of Duncan, presented a vocal and instrumental program, followed by a gift exchange and lunch. On the entertainment committee were Evelyn Grandgenett, Marjorie Becker, Agnes Stevens, Margaret Becker, Mar- ceUa Studer, Ruth Mary Hrubes, Judith Otis, Ruth Youngwirth, Rosemary Dornbier, Selma Cruise and Margery Goetz. On the kitchen committee were Mary Bode, Magdalene Bleich, Mary Forburger, Imogene Studer, Mildred Arndorfer, Mary Weber, Agnes Uckteig, Elizabeth Bode and Joy Hanlg. The next meeting will be Jan. 10. - o - OPEN HOUSE K. & H. Oil Co. will have open house in their new office and warehouse, Dec. 23. - o Mrs. Olive Erdman reports that her granddaughter, Karen Holben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Madeline) Connie Holben of Lansing, Mich., will represent Michigan State at the mid-winter 4-H Congress to be held in Chicago, Illinois. Faculty and employees of the Gorwith - Wesley community school and their families enjoyed a waffle supper in the Corwith building Thursday evening. The' Arvin Larsons and the Lester Larsons were Friday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Carrie Anderson and Obid and Orville Larson in Clarion. The Will Clements family of Danville, Cal., are expected Dec. 25 for a visit in the parental, R. C. Bauer home. Other Bauer children and their families will join them for a Christmas party to be held In the Legion hall. Miss MtGuire Of Bode To Wed, January FLORENCE McGUIRE Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire of Bode announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Florence Ruth, to James M. Doyle, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doyle of Bancroft, Jan. 14 at St. Joseph's Catholic church, St. Joe. They Include Geo. Wellicks, Charles City, Ralph Bauers and Bill Bauers, Whittemore, the Wm. Hrubes, John Bauers and Mrs. Bernadette Pfeffer and family of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz spent a recent weekend in Knoxville where they visited his mother, Mrs. Ann Kunz, who had moved there from Des Moines and is living with her daughter Lewine Kunz, who is instructor at the Vets hospital there. Mrs. Minnie Bleich entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mary Forburger was high score prize winner. She will have the next party. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rasmus, Don Hanig and Bill Drummer attended the Felco Christmas party Tuesday evening in the Whittemore Academy hall. . The Calvin Meineckes of Jamaica are expected Saturday to spend the weekend in the parental N. C. Weber home. They all will be Christmas guests in the Harold Weber home. Other guests are to be the George Roeders of St. Benedict, John Roeders, Algona, and the LeRoy Grandgenetts. Nell Frimml entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Viola Studer will have the next party. The Neighborhood Birthday club held their Christmas party Wednesday evening their husbands were guests. Following the turkey dinner, they went to the Orville Smith rural home where 500 was played. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Rasmussen were high score prize winners. The women revealed their secret sisters in a gift exchange. The men also had a gift exchange. The women drew names for the coming year. A family Christmas dinner party will be held in the parental, Mrs. Clara Haverly home. Guests will be Ed Cinks of Woden; Paul Haverlys, Algonaj Hugh Haverlys, Renwick; and the Dennis and Kenneth Haverlys of Wesley. Ed Clnk had a cataract removed from one eye recently. Frank Johnson was moved last May He bless your home... FREDERICK V & S HARDWARE week from the Britt hospital to Westvlew Retirement Home. Mrs. Halvor Flom and Mrs. Kate Flom visited the former's sister, Mrp. Wallace Donovan, in Dickenson County hospital, Spirit Lake, Thursday. Mrs. Donovan is recuperating from surgery. Loren Lease and daughters of Newton spent the weekend in the parental L. L. Lease home. Their eight-year-old daughter, Susan, left Friday night with her maternal grandparents., the Harold Millers of Clear Lake, by train for Louisville, Kentucky where they will visit relatives. The Wesley Wizards girls 4-H Club and the Wesley boys club went caroling Saturday night for shut-ins and then enjoyed a party at the Joe Skow Home. Charles Froehlich left Dec. 10 for a winter visit with his son, Ed Froehlich and family, Pensacola Fla. His daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huber of Algon^ took him to Thayer, Mo,, where they were met by Ed Froellch and daughter, Mary. iiiKiimiiiniiiiniiUHBHiininiiiiiiii! ST. JOE Carol Erpeldlng, Denver, Colo., is expected home this week for Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpeldlng and family, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ttml left Wednesday evening from Perry for a holiday visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Thul, Mllp- itas, Cat., and a sister and brother of Mrs. Thul and their families, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Rodeo, Cal., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thornton, Gilroy, Cal. Mr. and Mrp.. Eddie Zeimet, Hawthorne, Cal., are expected here for the holidays for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Zeimet is a sister of Mrs. Wra. E Devine and E. J. Gales from here and Ray Gales of Livermore. Mr Zeimet Is a brother of John Zeimet of Livermore. Father Harold J. McAuliffe, Creighton University, Omaha, will arrive here Saturday morning to assist with Christmas services in St. Joseph church. Christmas Day, six masses will be read with the first at 7 o'clock and last at 10 o'clock. Pamela Sue Altman, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Altman, born Dec. 1, was bap- tleed Sunday In St. Joseph's church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher, with Robert Altman and Luella Banwart sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klrsch entertained the R-Nu 500 club Sunday evening at the annual Christmas party. Guests were husbands and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Ed Bormann, high, and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, second high. Patricia Wagner came home Friday from Fort Wayne, Ind., where she had been employed F.ver\ where the eye turn* ... in homes and shops ... in facet nf neighbor* and itrangen alike . .. the message is clear: Ch'riftiitai has conic again! May your hou*e be fillet) with the joyful moment* and lasting cheer which this new Christmas brings. Hood's WEIDENHOFF CORPORATION I" 1 fl CLAYTON PERCIVAL JIM SCHENCK MANAGER ANDY HUDSON SALES .-tf: CLYDE LLOYD LUBRICATION KEITH VOSS BODY SHOP ri erry Christm and Happy New Year from all of us at Percival Motors PERCIVAL'S DUANE RILEY BODY SHOP^ DARRELL McFARLANp MECHANIC DODGE So. 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