The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1965
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4-Alfleno (la.) Upper D« Melntt thurtdoy, Nov. 18, 1965 CARD cum PE 5 MO I N • • TO PACK BOXES United Presbyterian Women are. planning to pack boxes for men in service. Individual cards would also lie appreciated. It is hoped no one will be missed and if you know anyone besides Jim Coiwell, Willie Steinman and Mike Dlxon, please contact Rev. More. U. P. W. MEETINGS Circles of the United Presbyterian church women will meet Nov. 18: Circle A, Mrs. James Lytle; Circle B, Mrs. Katherine Krause; Circle C, Mrs. Oran Hudson; Circle I), Mrs. Herman Dreesman. MISSIONS SUNDAY Nov. 28 has been designated as National Missions Sunday. Special activities have teen planned in observance. The morning service at the Presbyterian church by Rev. Morz will emphasize missions and in the even- Ing, choirs from Sibley and Little Rock Presbyterian churches will give a cantata entitled "The Greatest Story Yet Told." A special offering for Tama Indian Mission work for the local Presbytery will be taken. - o - CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Esther Helberg will be hostess to her 500 club Nov. 17. - o - COFFEE CLUB Mrs. C. L, Young entertained the Coffee Cup Club Nov. 9. Eight members were present and the evening was spent socially. - o - MARY GOTTEN, 11 Mary, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Gotten, observed her eleventh birthday Saturday and had as supper and evening guests Mary Hinken, Mary Montag, Jane Crawford, Margie Nugent, Jenny Reding, Betty Reynolds, Suzanna Holtzbauer, Linda McGulre, Kathy McEnroe and Debbie Garmann. The evening was spent at games. - o - ARE HOSTESSES Mrs. Eldon Winkel gave a toy party Monday evening. Mrs. Loren Johnson is entertaining her card club Wednesday evening. - o - BRIDAL SHOWER A bridal shower was given Saturday evening at Mrs. Wayne Keith's for Joyce Riebhoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff, whose marriage to Richard Rath will take place in Des Moines Dec. 27. Other hostesses were Mesdames Kyle Keith, Clyde Prlebe, Dale Laws, Don Sparks, John Haag and Kenneth Medin of Whittemore. - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Nov. 18: Sept., Mrs. Albert Reid; Oct., Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew; Nov., Mrs. Rex Taylor; Dec., Mrs. Stanley Gardner; Jan., Mrs. Theodore Hutchison; Feb., Mrs. Max Bartholomew; Mar., Mrs. W. L. (Pat) Jensen; Apr., Mrs. John Cash; May, Mrs. Emma Pittman; June 1, Mrs. Jim St. John; June 2, Mrs. Sheridan Cook. TOM KOLP, 9 Mrs. James Kolp entertained at lunch for her son Tom's ninth birthday Saturday after which the toys attended the show. Guests were Mark Myers, Tom Phillips, Mike McGinnis, Kirk Dahl, Lonnie Carlson, Jeff Koob, Danny Frankl, Steve Harris and Kurt Lytle. - o - UNION SERVICE The Algona Union Thanksgiving service will be held Nov. 24 in St. Thomas Episcopal church. Rev. Mack Carlson of the First Baptist church will be the speaker. The pastors of other co-operating churches will also participate. - o BAPTIST CIRCLES Circles of the First Baptist church will meet Nov. 18 as follows: Circle I, Mrs. Dale Laws; Circle 2, Mrs. Walter Heerdt. Mrs. Murray Mowers will l>e hostess to her card club Nov. IT. - o - DELPHIAN SOCIETY The Delphian Society met Nov. lf> with Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe. Mrs. Helen Hutchison gavo a talk on her European trip. - o - ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Mrs. Vesta Weaver Men/el, who has been here recently from Houghton, Mich., Rave a luncheon at the Johnson House for former friends and neighbors. Guests included Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Mrs. Grace Johnson, Mrs. Clarice Kresensky, Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mrs. Helen Hutchison, Mrs. Matthew strelt, Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs. Herman Hauberg, Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr., Mrs. Joel Herbst and Mrs. Lulu Capp of Bremerton. Mrs. Menzel was a house guest of her brother- in-law, Gene Schetnel. Bride-To-Be Honored With Burt Shower BURT - Shirley Schwietert, Ames, bride of the near future, was honored with a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower at the Burt Methodist church Saturday evening. Guests were registered by Shirley's sister, Pat. Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, Algona, p acted as mistress of ceremon- ' ies for an Informal program that included meditations by Mrs. S. R. Parsons; a reading; by Mrs. O'Brien, a piano solo by Joyce Spry and a skit, "the Night Before the Wedding," by a group of girls. Assisting the bride-to-be in opening her gifts were pat Schwietert, Mrs. David Stewart, Sandra Lovstad and Joyce Spry. Hostesses were the Mesdames Dean Andrews, Jake Smith, Elsie Lockwood, Don Mitchell, M. I. Lichter, Harvey Larson, August Bernau, Jesse Harms, Homer Sabln, Robert Lovstad, Dell>ert Schaeller, Lawrence Doege, Charles Curtis, G. N. McMullen, S. R. Parsons* Fred Davis, Loyola O'Brien,Charlotte Habeger, Alvin Baumgard, Ada Hardgrove, Bill Giddings, Erwin Ulses, Gladys Hawcott, Darrell McFarland, Kate Groen, Wayne Mann, Lorena Roark and Miss Helen Schwietert. Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert, Burt, will become the bride of Paul Dana, Nevada, at the Methodist church Nov. 27. - o - SHOWER HELD A post-nuptial shower was held at the Burt Methodist church Friday evening for Mrs. James Droegemueller, nee Carole Wiener. Patty Long registered the guests. Mrs. Delmar Angus gave meditations and announced the following program: Vocal duet number by Mary and Norma Harms, accompanied by Erna Grover, and several readings by Mrs. R. H. Willrett. Carole was assisted in opening her gifts by her sister, Barbara Harms and by Janet Black, Geneva and Denese Graham. LAY AWAY NOW! 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Many ladies (and a few men) gathered at the parsonage several days with ladders, paint brushes and paper hanging tools, and as a result, the entire interior of the house took on a new look. Mrs. John Miller and children have rented the parsonage and plan to move into it around Dec. 1. - o - Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies attended an Algona sub-district pastor's meeting at Spencer Thursday. H. E. Rachut Sr. is recuperating at a Rochester, Minn. Methodist hospital following major surgery there Tuesday. Also a patient at Methodist hospital is Dale Dundas, who is receiving medical care. Audrey Lappe, student at a Mason City school of cosmetology, spent the weekend at the parental Charles Lappe home. A group of ladies met at the home of Mrs. Ray Westling Wed- nesday evening to plan a shower for Cheryl Lovstad, bride of the near future. The extended mission study .class for children of the Methodist church was held Wednesday after school. Rev. Daviee and Mrs. Lee Dixon conducted the classes. Lunch was served by Benita Mtichell, Elsie Lockwood and Beth Miller. Mr. and Mrs. William Niebuhr, Wells, Minn., spent Sunday with their son, Jim. Jim Is commercial teacher at Sentral high school. Mrs. Gordon Happel and Todd, Humboldt, spent Wednesday at the Al Hinckleys. They were joined for supper by Mr. Happel. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peter sen and daughter were called to HincWey, Minn. Friday by the death of Mrs. Trunk- hill's father, Thurman Smith. Mr. Smith died at a Sandstone, Minn, hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Mitchell, all of Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Don Mitchell home. Dean McHlravy • accompanied ' a group of fellow workers trom Weidenhoff on a weekend flsh- Ing trip on the Mississippi near Guttenberg. 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