The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1962 · Page 3
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Many Wesley Students Home For Holidays Wesley — Students home for the holidays include Bob Richtsmeier of Loras College, Dubuque; Jerry Krieps and Jim Walker of Creighton, Omaha; Carol Root, Joyce Paulson, Barbara Leek and Mavis Nygaard of State College, Cedar Falls; Tom Root of Georgetown University, Washington, D. C.\ A NEW YEAR 1963 In every firm there is an annual inventory, or stocktaking time. Almost everybody drops what they're doing .and walks around counting every seat cushion and pencil stub and then the accountants add it up and you've got your "assets." Sometimes Inventory time is at the end of December, often it's at the end of some other month. The end of the year, though, is the usual time to take stock of the other assets we all have that can't be added up in dollars and cents on a balance sheet. t.,ols Becker, Hamilton, Mason City; Ruth Ann Nelson and Mary Jane Bluml of Bria" oli.'f college, Sioux City; Roger Fbm, Philip Seaberg, Louisa and Daniel Skow of Ames; Alan Jordan, Drake University, DCS Moines. Duane Becker, Junior College, Mason City; Paul Pfeffcr of State University, Iowa City; Ardith Eden of Business college, Mankato; Ruth Wise of Broadlawns, Des Moines; Diane Discher of Methodist hospital, Des Moines; Ruth Lickteig and Kathleen Girres of LaJames Beauty school, Mason City; Margaret Otis of Mercy hospital, Mason City; Jo Ann Plathe and Suzanne Studer of Personnel Training School, Omaha; Rose Ann Hildman, a postulant at Cardinal Stritch college, Milwaukee, and Mary Hildman of St. Mary's Academy, Milwaukee. Wesley teachers home Tor the holidays include Margaret Flotn of Ft.' Dodge; Donna Mae Bleicli of Anita; Mrs Herman Wise, Mrs Pauline Pfeffcr and Mrs Will Laing of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and 3ary and Mr and Mrs Ray Smith anrl family of Klemme plan to spend Christmas with the Leonard Studers at Washbiun. Mr and Mrs Win. Duffy and Miami Mrs Richard Smith attended a Christmas party for A.S.C. employees and their wives in the Algona hotel Dec. 19. Yo Yo club met Doc. in in the Methodist church parlors with the Richard Madsens. George Dctmer- ings, Ben Edens and Mrs Pearline Johnson as hosls. Handy Lee, infant son of the Glenn Smith's, was tnken to the hospital in Britt Dec. 17 for treatment of pneumonia following surgery. Oliver Young left last week fur El Monte, Cal., where he- will make an extended V'-iit with the 1 Ted Worslcys and Albert Young and family. Mrs Leila Jordan (if De.s Moines came Dec. 15 to spend her 2-week vacation with her mother, Mrs Bottle Wester. Her son, Alan Jardan, student at Drake I'liivcr^ily. joined them Dec. 21 for a 10-day vacation. The ,1. L. Walkers went to Fort Dodge Thursday evening to meet their son Jim. who flew in from Omahn where he attends Crelghton University. The Tom Forburgcrs, Larry Youngwirlhs, Kenneth Forburgers, Tommy Forburgers and Mrs Ann Garman and family of Britt, the Merle Losses and Joe Krieps will be Christmas guests in the Al Erpelding home. Mr and Mrs Merle Loss and children joined other relatives at a pre-Christmas family gathering in the parental Robert Loss home at Alpona. Dec. 23. Circle one of the Methodist women had a holiday parly Doc. 19 in the Charles Nygaard homo. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson re turned Dec. 17 from a four day trip to Malta, 111., where they attended funeral services for her cousin, Truman Byro, (19. C'hai-lcs Mantle, who was S'ipt. of school Here 191!) - 1!K!0. has written friends here that he is still teaching at Morris College in West Viiginia where he has lived many years. Burrell Lease of New York City came by plane Dec. 21 to spend 10 days with his mother Mrs Veva Lease, who has been ill. Too many of us overlook the assets that can't be listed with a dot- lar sip. The free- D NELSON ilom to go to the church of our choice, the freedom to read what we want and say what we want and to go where we want has been preserved through another year of peace. In the short range, we often forget these things. The daily battles of the dollar-sign seem more important. But how much would we pay for them if we lost them? With the end of the year at hand, and a good balance sheet of both a$$et$ and assets at hand, the time has come to wish all our friends happiness for the New Year. Happy and Prosperous is the way it's usually put. We hope the prosperity includes not only the dollar-sign assets but also the less tangible but equally important kind. You need both for real happiness. SAVE ] /i AND MORE! TOMORROW-ON S&L FAMOUS NAME FOOTWEAR KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. "Make Our Chevrolet Garage Your One-stop Sales & Service Headquarters" TIFFANY CAROLYNNE ORIGINALLY 5.99 to 9.95 A wonderful opportunity for you fo save on beautiful shoes to wear right now and into spring ! Fine leathers, suedes and patents. Not all styles in in all sizes. Black and colors. Sizes to 9, widths AA to C. Hurry in for best selections! CASUAL and SPORT SHOES A large collection of casual shoes drastically 1.97 & 2.97 reduced. Not all styles in all sizes. Schultz ALFRED _ WESLEY - ARMIN GARAGE & SERVICE STATION DICK McOINNIS AUGIE SCHMIDT HELEN PASSMORE JOHN MARTI DWIOHT BRUNS KENNY POTTER HARLEY TROUTMAN JR. JACK VIPOND BILL LAUBENTHAL •= LYLE MEIER JOE EASTER Jolly Neighbors Xmas Party At Rusch Home The Jolly Neighbors Club met at he home of Patty Rusch for their Christinas party, Wednesday. Doc. 10, at 12 o'clock, with a pot luck dinner. A short business meeting was conducted by our president, Joan Hackbarth. Roll call was answered by IT members and one guest with a hanky exchange. Gifts were exchanged and Secret Pals were revealed. Tuesday, December 25, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Pe« iam Fuoss Oi Whittemore Weds Recently Whittrmore — William Fuoss, on of Mr and Mrs Earl Fuoss of here, and Melba DeCamp of Algona were united in marriage in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore Sunday evening at 7 p.m., Rev. Cleo Kautsch performing the ceremony. The couple was attended by James Berninghaus and Mrs Donald Hansen. Ushers were Donald Hanscn and Leonard Hansen. A reception was held for 100 guests in the Algona Hotel. The bridegroom has been employed with livcrds Bros. Construction Co. and the bride has been employed at the Hotel Coffee Shop in Algona. HOLIDAY! Hurl In Fall Word was received hero by friends of Mrs Leah Nordseth of Sioux Falls, So. Dak. that she had the: misfortune to slip and fall on icy pavement and fractured her hip la.st Monday, and is now a pat- if.m in a hospital at Sioux Fulls. Her husband, the late Joe Nordseth, was former editor of the WhitU-more Champion and built the home now occupied by Mrs Leroy Farrcll. Shawn Leroy, infant son of Mr and Mrs Mervin Hedin, was baptized in St. Paul's Lutheran church. His sponsors were Mr and Mrs Stanley Simonson. The baptismal dinner" was held at the Stanley Simonson home at noon. Guests were Mr and Mrs Sterling Simonson, Mrs Myrtle Frost and son L)a\iil and Mrs Eicla Simonson of here, Konahl Hedin of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Albert Malm, Judy Huben of Emmetsburg, Robert Pheips of San Antonio, Tex. Mr and Mrs Joe Mondragon and family moved from tiie Leroy El- bcrt house into the former Chris Meyer home in the north part of town Sunday. Willard Witte, Meadow, S. D.. has been visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs Wayne Bell the past few days. He has been in the army and has served in Germany the past 15 months. Mr and Mrs Wayne Bell and daughter Lori of here, accompanied by Mr anc 1 Mrs William Zimmermann of Fort Dodge, took Mr Witte home to Meadow, So. Dak., Tuesday evening? where the group will spend several days visiting the parents of the women Mr and Mrs Carl Witte. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith in Whittemore were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker, Gary and Helen Lynette. Mr and Mrs Ralph Seburs, September Sue and Steven, and Mr and Mrs Conrad Oppt-gard and family of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith a n d Mrs Dorothy Kosendahl and Kay Frances of here. Mr and Mrs Kr\\in Siems and Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy visited relatives in Albert Lea, Minn. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom, Rosella Voigt and Dean and Barbara Voigt of Algona. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Brian, Craig and Ken Espe \u-re Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Vuigl. Mr and Mrs Llo>d Wilson and family and Donald Walters of Es- thcrville, Mr and Mrs Philip Frisbe and sons of Ruthven were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mrs Margueret Heinnch in Whittemore. U-Go-l-Go U-Go-I-Go 4-H club held a Christmas party Dec. 17 at the home of Jean Owens. Jean was selected as the club's Fun-Nile Queen candidate with Kathy Bes- tenlehner as alternate. Games were played and gilts which were made by the members, exchanged. Jean Owens and Mary Hamilton were co-hostesses. Guest mother was Mrs Hamilton. 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THERMOGAS CO. of Algona Merry Christmas from the Thermogas Gang 11 has been a pleasure serv- > ing you. Also, it is our pleasure to send you Yule greetings. 1962 PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. S If You Guessed Wrong If The Fit Isn't Right If They Prefer a Different Color or Style WE WILL GLADLY EXCHANGE YOUR GIFTS CHEERFULLY THIS WEEK AT SHEAKLEYS We'll be glad to swap, switch or replace And we'll do it with a smile on our face! Not just at Christmas, but all year thru This is our attitude, this is our view; To satisfy you, our customers. SHEAKLEYS u~—- — •* "We'll Be Happy To Serve You"

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