The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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DECEMBER 11, 1962 Publiihad By fhft Upper t>«i Publishing Co., Algdna, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI Naw* Editor We Invite You To Visit Our WELL STOCKED STORE * * * HUNDREDS OF GIFT ITEMS FOR EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY! See Our Basement Toy Department Great!... For Father or Son SKAGWAY INSULATED JACKETS for warmth without weigh) SPECIAL or worlc, play Of wear to ichoot MadV ( upr>r strong outtide material, docron ii ulored with 100% ny| on (jninfl. i iieat. New Parsonage For Depew Church Open House, Dec. 16 In Electric Home STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa H ereVAri Unusual f quipment Leasing Opporf unify "" ^"tas] LEARN How You Can Hove Safe Modern Farrowing For The A/ex/ 12 Months... At Almost No Cost! from Sln-' i- 11 I nilv I,II|-,|.IMI 'ii^wrll. |iiiinriT-i riu.irl. r uf u ir . 1 in •<!• farnin -i it H In -ad' farr i ll I mo * rit I GET ALL 'J •:,- mti'h u[ nearly c.\ IT;, J^.g raiser at iiratlicallj no THE FACTS i. , in.- i ' ! a KPV. O. K. Johnson Members of the congregation and friends of St. John's Lutheran church of Depew are being invited to an Open House in the new church parsonage . recently completed and occupied by Rev. O. E. Johnson, church pastor, and his family, on Sunday, r ( j. iti. Arrangements are being made for a special speaker for the morning service at 10 DO am. from the American Lutheran Church. The Open House at the new parsonage will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. The congregation totals 550 bap- tised members at St. John's. KPV. Johnson, who has been pastor for the past four years, is a graduate of Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul. The new parsonage is all-electrical, a Gold Medallion home. Us completion culminates much effort and thought on the part of the building committee of the church. Russell Johnson is president of the congregation, and the buifcTTng ) committee consisted of Tom Xaig. chairman. Reuben Berkland, Nei- I win Egland. Charles Nelson and ' Elclon Rhodes. j Depew is west and a short dis- I tance south from Fenton. over ! the Palo Alto county line a few- miles. The church is to be congratulated on its fine accomplishment. Fenton W.S.CS. Xmas Program Fenton — The Fenton Methodist W.S.C.S. met Thursday afternoon for its December meeting. Mrs Arlo Ranney decorated the room and Mrs Lester Weisbrod decorated the altar with a picture of Mary and the baby Jesus surrounded with everygreen and candles. Mrs Jack Gerhart and Mrs E. W. Ruske presented the worship and program assisted by Mrs Fred Mortensen, Mrs Jessie Newel, Mrs Wendell Rusch and Mrs Clarence Yager and Mrs Marold Schlei, Mrs Dale Weisbrod in a duet, Mrs Don Shaw with violin music and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth at the piano. Guests were Mrs Marold Schlei, Mrs Marion Stucki and Miss Edith Laage. During the business meeting it was announced that tiiore would be a study course in February. A discussion was held on buying a electric coffee maker but was tabled for 'he next meeting. Mrs S. E. Straley announcer' 'Hat several more place settings of stainless fla -vare to make a total of forty, had been presented in memory of i rs Sarah Weisbrod. Hoste&oes were Mrs Clifford Douglas, !rs Junior Hurlburt, Airs Hers'.nel Hartman and Mrs Eugene Hiibkamp. Barbara Priebe Engaged To James Schmidt "I I ir h I ,1-t ••- Thi, i, r.-. II II- I- ,'ill - .:r|. .,| I irrn- ili.' in I'a-'.M II ir. NOV. ' N ,- j .1 fr.-at' r h',_- tu |TL>Uu>. tl'^il Co.'/ Or Drop In and See Us Soon WEISBROD IMPLEMENT In Friendly Fenton, Iowa Sunday School Xmas Program Set For Dec. 16 rvnlnn — The Fenton Suml;i> School Program will be on Surul.v, evening. Dec 1(5. at 7 p m The Kindergarten department will prc M-nt suitable Christinas music The Christmas Pageant "Why The Chimes Hang" will be presented b> the Primary and Junior Departments. Following the pageant there uill be a presentation of White Christmas (lift, for the uork if the Rali;. fold in rJuhuquc The •M mug will <-|i;s:- \\iih the tradi- lonal MM lal hour in the \ e-try to U,,i h ,il| parents anil fn'-mt.-, are Ken tun — Mr and Mrs Ray Priebe announced the engagement of their daughter. Barbara Rae. to James Martin Schmidt, son of the Fred .Schmidts, rural Lone Rock The couple are both Semral high school graduates, Miss Priebe in Mti:! and Schmidt in 1961. No wedding date has been act. i L'DM Engraving) u a a u u Ci H U a u u H n u H a a a H H m m m m m H m H Four Baptisms, Fenton, Dec. 2 Fenton — Three infants and one child received Christian Baptism at a special service at the Fenton Methodist church on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 2 at :' 30 p m. Following brief remarks concerning the significance and meaning ol the baptism of mfanLs and chil- rin-n by the pastor, Paul C. Hoyt the parents of the following under took the vows of Baptism of theit children's behalf. Pamela Sue, age one >ear, five rm.nth.-,. daughter of Mr and Mrs I.£.rr> Fain; Barbara Lynn, age ••••••••••••HI mmm • ••••••• iTl<( Register With Each Purchase of 100 Ibs. of Feed. Gifts Determined at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 22, at our office. 1 - 52-PIECE MELMAC SET OF DINNERWARE (Service lor Kight; 2 - FOLDAWAY CARD TABLE 3 - SHRED-0-MATIC SALAD MAKER 4-ELECTRIC WALL CLOCK AND 5 SILVER DOLLARS, ONE EACH TO 5 LUCKY KIDS AND - With Each Purchase of 3 Tons ol 16', AII-MASH laying Mash, Between Dec. 1 & Feb. 28, a FREE PADDED FOLDING CHAIR. Fenton Co-Op Elevator • •••••••••• BBBIIBBBBBiBBBIIBIIIIIIIH9B9 three weeks, daughter of Mr and Mrs Derwood Voigt; Rose Anna, age 10 years and eight months and Wayne Wesley, age four years and ten months, daughter and son of Mr and Mrs William Householder. 175 AfOpen House On 40th Anniversary Fcntnn — Mr and Mrs Then Ostwalcl celebrated their •10th wedding anniversary last Sunday. Dec. 2, with an open house at St. John's Lutheran church. They were married Dec. 6, 1922, at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore by Rev. Wm. Faulstich. The attendants were Mrs Wm. Madsen. Mrs Werner Gade, William Brass and Henry Schroeder. There were 175 at the open house. Mrs Clarence Bierstedt, Mrs Ferdinand Bierstedt. Mrs Allen Bellinger and Mrs Clair Bellinger helped in the kitchen. Carol Ostwald registered the guests, Cheryl Ostwalcl and Marlys Wagner opened the gifts. Rev. Friedrich read a prayer and Mrs Helena Jent/ played piano selections. Mrs Charles Ostwald poured. Mrs Bob Higgins of Whittemore baked and decorated the wedding cake. Circle Meetings The Dorothy Circle of the Methodist, WSCS will meet Monday. Dec. 17. at Mrs Clarence Osborns instead of the place originally announced. The Jane Circle of the Methodist WSCS will meet Wednesday Dec. 12. at Mrs Jessie Newels instead of the 13th. The day ha? been permanently changed from the second Thursday of the month | to the second Wednesday of the month. Thursday evening supper guest; of Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki were Mr and Mrs Marion Stucki and Dennis and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne. The occasion was in honor of Mrs Marion Stucki's birthday. .Mr and .Mrs Merle Voigt and family were Sunday. Dec. 2 supper guests at the Ezra Curtis home in Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Marion Sturki and Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki and family were Sunday, Dec. 2 guests of Mrs Earl Stucki, Mrs Lorraine McCadden and Mrs Darryl Lubahn in Rochester. Minn. Mrs James Meyer was a guest of her mother-in-law, Mrs Fred Meyer at the Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid Christmas party in Algona, Thursday night. Mr and Mrs Raymond Storhrr were Sunday, Dec. 2, evenin; dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber. Mr and Mrs Fred Douglas and Ernest Douglas, Mallard, were Wednesday evening guests of the Clifford Douglas. They all helped Billy celebrate his 8th birthday Mr and Mrs Murnett Heine had as Sunday evening, Dec. 2, dinner guests Mr and Mrs Stan Berkland and Tania. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Krause and Scott and Adrian Ar bogast. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Ah in Kramer and daugh lers, Alg'iuu Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell were weekend guests of Rev. and Mrs Eddie Silrum at Storden, Minn. St. John'-, Lutheran laymen's league club men played dartball at the Burt Lutheran church Thursday evening. The Fenton men won two out of three games. The Burt ladies served lunch. Susan llantelman, daughter of Mr and Mr William Hantelman and a student at Abbott hospital School of .Nursing, Minneapolis, U in Rot-hosier, Minn, at the State Mental lospital tor three months of psychopathic training. Putluck supper guests at the Morris Mitchells in honor of Mrs Mitchell's birthday, Sunday evening, Dec. 2, were Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Tom Manley and Lori and Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and family. Mr and Mis Melvin Ricklefs and family, Titonka, and Mr and Mrs Paul Winters and family, Buffalo Center, visited Sunday afternoon. Dec. 2, A'ith Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller. The Winters were supper guests. Mrs Nt-Uic Miller returned home Tuesday after a three week visit with her daughter and son-in-law the Richard Bulls in Waterloo. The L-Deal-Km Bridge club met Tuesday afternoon ai ihe home of Mrs Harold Wi.-hrsj.iann. Three- tables were in play and prize winners were Mrs Paul Eigler, Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Mrs E. H. Dreyer, Tuesday evening dinner guests of the S. E. Straleys were Mr and Mrs Lyle Hansen and Greg and Mr and Mrs Adolph Hansen. The occasion was in honor of Lyle's birthday. Mrs Emll Frnnk returned from a visit with the Howard Rabey family at Cedar Falls. While there she attended a Christmas Concert presented by the Cedar Falls club in which Mrs Rabey participated. Mr and Mrs Lylc Ilnnsen and Greg and Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley were Sunday, Dec. 2, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Donald Void, Lake Mills. Rev. and Mrs Raymond Mathre, missionaries from Africa, have been guests in the Ernest Berk- land home from Saturday evening through Thursday of the past week. They have been speakers at the Mission Conference at St. John's Church at Depew. Rev. and Mrs Mathre are stationed at St. Paul, until April, when they will fly to Africa to continue their work on the Cameroun mission field. They have served 4 five year terms in Africa and plan to serve another five year term. Their one daughter Marianne is a graduate from Waldorf College, Forest City, and is now a mrse at the Northwestern Hospital ai Minneapolis. Monday, Dec, 3, evening t"i.nncr guests of Mr and Mrs John Theesfield were Rev. .uid Mrs Fred Pruel, Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei and Mr and Mrs Charles Weisjrod. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers ond Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones PENTON RINGSTED 23 21001 21006 20216 WATCH YOUR DOLLARS GROW HERE . . . ON CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS Most dreams demand a cash foundation . . . and you can have it — by saving regularly nere. Our high dividend payments help you reach your goal mo:e quickly, too. So, open your account today and watch your "fancies" turn into fact! Call or come in for complete details. 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