The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 10
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, (| a .) u pp «r DM Molnts fhurtday, D«. 29, 1966 ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker, former Algonans and now residing at Wenona, m., announce the marriage of their daughter, Susan Jene to Charles R. Lobr, Saturday, Jan, 7, at St. Mary's Catholic church In Wenona, m., at 2 p. m. - o- WED RECENTLY The wedding of Lance Stephen son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephen, Ayrshire, and Linda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Chorperlng, Washington, la., took place Saturday, Dec. 17, In the First Baptist church at Iowa City. Only the Immediate family and close friends were present. Attendants were Ed Amdorler, Bernard Henely and Sharon Lowry. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen are students at the State University at Iowa City. - o- HOLD PARTY The Plum Creek Home makers and Plum Creek Womens Club met Dec. 14 at Florence Bleich's for a Christmas party. Assistant hostesses were Elfreda Clark, Phyllis Kuhn, Florence Kaln and Sadie Hopkins. Thirty- three women were present and each told what they would like for Christmas. Inspiration was by Maude Jergenson, a Christmas story was given by Millie Slagle and Norman Paetz had charge of the song service of Christmas carols. Maxine Marshall distributed gifts. The next meeting will be Jan. 23 at Jean Benschoter's. - o- CARD HOSTS Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thll- ges entertained their card club Dec. 22. The group is made up of West Bend couples and have met over a ten years period. - o - CHRISTMAS PARTIES Christmas parties were held Dec. 22 at the Good Samaritan Homes. The "Melody Mums" of West Bend sang several numbers, a group of girls under leadership of Mrs. Vaughan Rising sang appropriate songs and brief devotions were given by Rev. Davies. A social time and coffee followed. -o CHRISTMAS COFFEE Mrs. Mark Stanton and Mrs. Margaret Be ringer were hostesses at a Christmas coffee Monday for the Bertha Godfrey and Lucia Wallace staffs and special teachers affiliated with the elementary schools. MR. AND MRS. John Romer had as guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck, Dickens. JEAN SIRES Is here from Chicago where filie is employed and will be joined here for New Years by Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, Jr. and Wendy, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels and children, Chicago. They will be at the John Sires Sr. home for a belated Christmas and the John Sires Jr. will also visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark. MR. AND MRS. William Hutchison of Marshalltown were Christmas guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hutchison. They were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell one evening. MR. AND MRS. Albert Granzow were visited Christmas weekend by their son, Rev. Boyd Granzow and family, New Ulm, Minn. MRS. AMY JOHNSON has as Christmas dinner guests her son Kenneth Wagner and children, Burt. AROUND ALGONA immiiimiffliiiiiiiimiiiniHiHniiinBiininiiinnimiiiiiiiiii DR. AND MRS. Donald Kingfield and Jennifer spent the Christmas holiday with the W. C. Kingfields of Sac City and the Howard Brothertons of Wall Lake. The Brothertons are parents of Mrs. Kingfield. CHRISTOPHER HAROLD, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cowan, was baptized Dec. 24 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Following the baptism the Cowans entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elsbecker and Linda and Chuck Elsbecker. DR. AND MRS. M. G. Bourne and Bill were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes on Christmas Day. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes of Mason City and Carol Hays of Columbus, Ohio. MR. AND MRS. Jim Cowan and sons Jay and Christopher, spent Christmas Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elsbecker at Bancroft. MRS. M. G. BOURNE will spend several days in Elmore, Minn., r We're Unloading All Ladies' Apparel DRESSES SUBURBAN COATS WOOL SUITS FUR TRIM COATS UNTRIMMED COATS HATS SPORTSWEAR Must sell by Saturday night! Reductions to 50% SAVE $5 to $50 ON EACH GARMENT! he Chrischilles Store with her aunt, Mrs. Clarence Maland, who is ill. MR. AND MRS. David Skog- strom of Cedar Falls are spending their college vacation over the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase and Mrs. Harry Skogstrom. The Skogstroms arc both students at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. MR. AND MRS. Larry Knoll had as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoll of Charles City and Lt. and Mrs. Robert Mo Mahon, Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. McMahou is the former Mary Kay Knoll. The Knoll's daughter Judy is also home on vacation from the College of St. Mary, Omaha, and will return Jan. 19. MR. AND MRS. Terry McGuire, Jack and Molly, traveled to Alden, la. on Dec. 27 for a holiday get-together with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lettow. The Let- tows are grandparents of Mrs. McGulre. CHRISTMAS DAY dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips included their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zwiefel and Jeff, Fairmont, Minn., and their other daughter, Gayle, a student at Grlnnell College, who is spending her holiday vacation with her parents. B. M. BAKKEN and Mrs. Theresa Spongberg were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Cowan. CHRISTMAS EVE supper guests at the R. G. Waldera home were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Waldera, Gina and Rlckie, Mrs; Ronnie Waldera and Bobbie, and Dick Sjogren. Calls were received later in the evening from Sgt. 1/C Robert Waldera, 'Ft. Monmouth, N. J., and Lt. Thomas Waldera, Ft. Benning, Ga. Swea Woman's Funeral Held On Saturday A longtime Swea City resident, Mrs. Albin Peterson, 77, died about noon Dec. 21 in a Lakota cafe. Funeral services were held at 10 a. m. Saturday atlmmanuel Lutheran church in Swea City. Barnes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Survivors include her husband, a son, Melvln, of Minneapolis, and two daughters, Mildred Peterson of Burt, and Mrs. Irene Bloro- strom of Montana. "Kotratli County's Favorite Newspaper* O.K. Federal Grant For 4-County Youth Job Plan The Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., received word that their four-county Neighborhood Youth Corp project wsus ftp- proved. The announcement was made by the office of Congressman Stanley Grelgg from Washington, D. C. M. Peter Hart, the area Director, at Emmetsburg was notified by phone from Washington on Wednesday, December 21. Total cost of the project Is $80,990. The cost to the Federal Government Is $69,720. The difference between the total and Federal cost Is made up by the time that supervisors donate to train these low-Income youths in their Jobs. The program will serve the four counties, Emmet, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, and Kossuth, It will employ 74 low-income youths while they are attending high school. These In-school enrollees will work 15 hours per week This employment is intended to help keep the youth in school. There will be 30 youths bet ween the ages of 16 and 21 enrolled in the out-of-gchool phase of the project. These are dropouts or handicapped young persons. This employment experience is intended to prepare them for further employment. A summer phase will employ 35 youths for a nine week period this coming summer. The out- of-school and summer enrollees will work 38 hours a week. All enrollees will be paid $1.25 per hour. D. Craig Ford, the assistant director of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., will be the Neighborhood Youth Corp» Project Director. Each of the four counties has a Neighborhood Youth Committee that will make the final decision as to whom is most deserving to be enrolled In each community. The enrollees will be employed in the schools, hospitals, Soil Conservation Service town government, County Park Com missions, A.S.C.A. offices, and Extension offices. All work stations must be non-profit organizations, either public or private. TRIPLE YOLKS The William S. Sagers family of Maquoketa have been treated to a triple yolk egg every morning recently. This is the first time since they had pullets that triple yolks have occurred. DEER Seventy-two year old Irvan James of Montezama Is now displaying his trophy from a recent deer hunting season. On the last day of the season near Montezuma he shot a 10-point buck which weighed 180 Ibs. dressed- out. Irvan mounted the head himself. COMING New Year's Eve The Shymen PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA ************************** ***** Entire stock of MEN'S SUITS And Sport Coats All wool reverse twists, wool and silk blend sharkskins, wool fancy weaves, self stripe*, solids, over-plaids. Popular colors. Side and center vents*. 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