The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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2-A!gbna (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, December 11, 1962 Hitky Kulin. !) Mrs Bill Kuhn gave a birthday party for Ricky's !>th birthday Guests were Billy Foth, Mark Will, Howie and Wayne Clegg. Craig Lemkee, Paul Ostwinkle. Tommy Skogstrom. Ooug Allen. Danny Beisell. Jimmy Haag. Jim Simpson. Gary Carmen & Ricky'? brothers and sisters. Lunch \vas scfved and games played. In the evening, guests were Mr and Mi's Bill Kuhn Sr.. Mr and Mr- Paul Richardson and Mr and Mrs John Kuhn. Club Hostess 5iane Riley. president of the Junior Bowling club, entertained mejnbers at a party Saturday afternoon at her home. .fouit Meeting The Rebekahs held a join' meeting with the lodge at Wesley Erjday evening. M-n Club The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters Club will meet Thursday. Dec. 13, for a 1 p.m. luncheon at the dood Hope Community room. Hostesses will be Beverly Kuecker. Minnie Walker. Shirley Ostwald & Laura Voigt. Program committee is Marilyn Rjtistrom & Deanne Gerber. Each member is to bring a gift for exchange. Also, bring a toy thai is to be sent 'o the children at the Christian Home for Christmas. Ilirtliclav (lull Mrs Ha> Cook entertained her birthday club Thursday e\ening Dinner was held at Van's cafe The anniversary of Mrs Esther Helberg was observed. Birthday Party Mr and Mrs Robert Rie'del entertained at a 500 party Friday evening in celebration of the latter's birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman, Mr and Mrs Harold Nelson, Mr and Mrs Dennis Olson. Mr and Mrs William Rogers and Mr and Mrs Leo S.i- hin. Party Hostesses Mrs Julian Chrischilles, Mrs Jack Chrischilles. Mrs Harold Cowan, Mrs Joe Lynch, Sr., and Mrs Murray Mowers entertained at two brunch-bridge and two bridge-dinner parties last week at the Country Club and Johnson House, respectively. Birthday Fried Mr and Mrs Robert Williams Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Mrs Olive Herbst went to Cedar Falls last Sunday and had dinner with Mr and Mrs Ben Herbst. The birthday of Mrs Ben Herbst was observed. ' The Bel Canto Christmas ten will be held Wednesday, Dec. 12. at Mrs Rex Taylor's. Christmas Party Mrs Howard Raney and Mrs William Dodds are entertaining their sewing club members and their husbands at a Christmas party Friday evening. Dec. M. ¥ ^ I ¥ I? f Si? ¥ I (I 1^ ¥ >• •*' §;/ ¥' "*"¥;? p-flV What every Santa should know about girls: they all want Lane Sweetheart Chests,for Christmas! Them's the facts of life, Santa! Girls want Sweetheart Chests. To keep their other Christmas gifts in. To start collecting trousseaux in. To show off to friends. But mostly just to have...because a Lane is the most romantic gift of all! So hurry in. Pick the perfect Lane Sweetheart Chest for your girl. And she'll surely believe in you, Santa! Degree Of Honor Degree of Honor Lodge held its annual Christmas party at Ihe Johnson House Sunday night. The tables and room were decorated in keeping with the Christmas season. Guest were Mr and Mrs John Williams of Red Oak who is degree of honors state director. Gifts were presented to the State Director and to our local president. Marie Scuffham. Lucky door prize — a 8 Ib. Gus Glazcr Ham was won by Julius Baas. Lucky place mat pieces were won by Meona Gregson, Ed Kuhnke and Gilbert Hardgreaves. After a delicious 3 course dinner, the evening was spent socially and by exchange of gifts. Degree Honor Lodge met Monday evening in Hall with Mrs Williams as a guest, and regular election of lodge officers for ina'i. A delicious lunch was served by Comm. M. Brayton and E. Mittag. Next meeting will be Jan. 7 for installation of 1963 officers. Dinner Hosts Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt en- I tertaincd at a pre-Christmas din-: nor Sunday e\ening. Guests were ! Mr and Mrs Arthur Gade, Mrs I Lucinda Biersledt. Algona, and Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn, Cylinder. Serve Coffee Mrs Gordon Kuhn and Mrs Dallas Klein went to Emmetsburg today (Tuesday* to assist Mrs H. L. Clum. sister of Mrs Kuhn. serve at an open house coffee to businessmen and employees. At Anniversary Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman attended the golden wedding an niversary open house held Sunday at the airport for Mr and Mrs Erwin Gremmels of Clear Lake. home of her parents, the Henry Hoppes at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Albert Pavick of Fairmont were Sunday callers at the Johnie Tobin home. Sunday dinner guests at the .Terry Wegner home for her birth-" day were his parents, the Earl Wegners, East Chain, her parents, the Everett Johansons, and her grandparents, the Ole Johansons. Wayne Adams came Saturday to visit for a time with his mother, Mrs Andrew Brones. Mr and Mrs Lyle Krumwiede and family visited her sister, the Wilbur Bacons at Blue Earth Sunday. Mr and Mrs Carl Schauberger Mini family and Mrs Alice Garry called at the home of the Harold Inplets at Ledyard Sunday. The Glenn darks were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of STILL TIME TO GET THE GASH TO BE A GIFTED SANTA her sister and family, the Frank Weids at Cresco. Last Friday to Sunday, Mr and Mrs Glen Nodgaard and children of Chariton were house guests at the Glen Clark home. Maxine Clark of Wells, Minn and Betty Clark of Grundy Center were at the home of their parents over the Thanksgiving weekend. Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson were Thursday and Friday guests al Des Moines al a round table discussion of managers and presidents of farmers elevators of this area. Mrs Walter Magnusen has been al the beside of her father, Loren Cutler, at the hospital at Wascca, Minn, for the past several days. Petty Officer i/c and Mrs Lyle Torine, Dawn and Michael, visited at the home of his brother, the Francis Torines, on the way from L'nion Suitz The "I'nion Suitz" card club met Wednesday evening with Mr and Mrs Herman Thilgcs. New members are Mr and Mrs Mike Elberts and Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrctt. Club Hhostrss Mrs John Cash entertained her birthday club at a Christmas party- Monday evening. At this time the anniversary of Mrs Lloyd Muckey was observed. Host At Cards Mrs Elmer Kelley is entertaining her card club Wednesday afternoon. It met the previous week with Mrs George Kohl. Turkey Dinner The Irvington Homcmak'Ts club is meeting Tuesday evening i tonight i at the Johnson House for a turkev dinner. V '"• *~~~—' Bridge At .Muckc\s Mrs Lloyd Muckey is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Bridge C'lub Mrs John Cash is entertaining i her bridge club Wednesday after- j noon. Modern Lane chest in Limed Oak or J.anc in Oil\Yalnut,Moonstone, Oil \Vulmit finish .T • or Pongee finishes, * Cards At Thiels Mrs Ernst Thiel entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. r I."ii'_', low, f.wl-uf-thc-Ud d "\Viihuit imbu, •* - jt. Oil C.!...;,.,- „[ iv. 0 Maple finishes or An- ti'jue Cherry. ~~ *"" ft: I ft; ft ft - SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER • | With every LANS C£DAR CHEST | a 50 Piece set of "AMERICAN STAR stainless steel silverware by INTERNATIONAL SILVER for only ft, 00 ft i ft ft ft Jar Chesh as low Swea-Eagle By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mr and Mis K E and Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thump .son were Sunday dinner ^ue-ts at the Gene. Thompson home In tin afternoon the group uere guf>t> at the E'.erett Enck-on horn' 1 the couple's 17th wedding annner sary. 'ither guests uere the K :i sell Erickson uf Sherburn und Mr and Mrs Fred Crippeiurug ol I)un net I. Mrs Omlle Budach of Blue Earth K.itnr\n Carr • -uhnn'.tef' to major .-urcers at M.nneap.rl:- last \\eclne-da\ Mr-. Harold <'.ir: has been -'a;, ing in the C.'i be near her daughter, but e\(ieei ed to return home Monda;. e\en ing. Mark Anthons. 7 Ib- 7 "/. unborn to the' Han-. I'eter-.n.-i-, \o\ 1H at Ka.nTionl 'I here are now four bo\ - and U;re" girls in famih Mark Anih.iiv. .sa.- hup tized Suriila> at S' M'ir. •, ('nth i.lie chun h .it Ann -irmu' u :!t • Mr an<l MM Vern Anderson a- Mr ari'l Mr- I .eo Cuenlet ;,n \l-itllig hi-, -i-tcr.-. I ho \\arnei I'earvms at San cilro. C,i! am Mr-. I \illal'. j at \urtlinilge. ( al Th(.'\ e\|jo( I tu tie gone for tv,< weeks Mr an<i Mr-. Ixmah- (iii«-ri!e' and Mr and Mrs M T. Nov. n ki ol Kan mont v,ere Mino.-a|«,h.-, \i-; lor- o\ei thf weken'l Mr an! '.'l - .) <e 1're IO P I '.', i 11 Sunila\ \isror- at the .Jm.ii Kei. <iue>t- fen Unk>'- fir-it ti.Mj. !;r (;ij j| lue l.arrv Tonne -, ,%.n- i||. 1'raiu i- Tm int.-- l-'inil I ..i -,oii- y-r \\;i|ter Peh i-,on- and I 1 if. B i.le' ,:l liie home of her pji t ni - t,,i .tS Elmer Bdile> i Mr and .Mi.- 'Iru'iun Joi.n^,, ^•5 were Suiiild> \iaitor.i ^l the i, cl ^'^ Ion! Ju.'Uisun ,,nil the (ij,.iie Mr uiul Mi i Ed (juiilu d. on uh ft ft ft ft BUT, BETTER HURRY! Come in this week and tell us how much cash you need to finish your gift shopping. We do the rest, at lowest rates, on easy monthly terms ! BLOSSOM LOAN CO. 109 N. DODGE CY 4-2735 ALGONA Berkely, Calif, to Duluth, Minn. Bancroft Girl Honored With Deanery Award Rosemary Sue Ulses, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ulses, Burt, received the God, Home, Country award at the Northeast Deanery Workshop of Council of Catholic Women, held in Algona Dec. 5 at the Garrigan high school. St. John's parish, of whom she is a member, sponsored her. Rosemary is the first to receive the award in the Northeast Deanery through the National Council of Catholic Women. Initiated by the 4-1! organization it is given for "meritorious achievement in spiritual and leadership participation in church, community, school, 4- H and other youth activity." Rosemary is a senior in St. John's high school, Bancroft, and has been active in 4-H work seven years. Last Rites Held Last rites for Henry Faber, former St. Joe resident, were held Friday morning at Casselton, N. D. where he lived. He died there Dec. 3. He was a brother of the late Math Faber of St. Joe. Now who doesn't need a pair of soft Nile-Life slippers snuggled around their feet? Anyone will love these good-looking slippers with an accent on qo'mfort and warmth. Best of all, they're as easy on your pocket hook as on your feet. Come in and shop around today.., we \ c got a complete stock. Men's Slippers-Women's ^Slippers-Children's Slippers w ALL PRICES ALL SIZES SHOE.STOR£ AicuA, IOWA E fe£y. Wy. i»^.r,. v J5,. &tt$<r&ir&*~ ELECTRIC SNOW THROWER Fill Those Stockings Electric Gifts Say "MERRY CHRISTMAS!" with a sparkling, beautiful, modern electric gift... that will give her a helping hand. Your Christmas Giving Headquarters

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