The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1965 · Page 2
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2-Algonc (la.) Upper D»t Melner Thursday, December 16, 1965 ARE BAPTIZED HOST HUSBANDS Members of a bridpe club \\ill entertain their husbands at dinner at the Country Club Monday evening, Dec. 20. In attendance will be Messrs and Mesdames Al Agena, Allen Buchanan, Russell Buchanan, Leo Cassel, Don Ferris, Ed Gilmore, George Harris, Leiphton Misbach, Bob McCullouph, Dick Norton, Craip Smith and Bill Sleele. - o - PLAN COFFEES Mrs. Max Bartholomew and Mrs. Everett Barr are entertaining at coffees Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 20-21. - o - XMAS TEA The D. A. R. met Tuesday with Mrs. M. G. Bourne for a Christmas tea. There was an exchange of gifts and the entertainment consisted of Christmas songs and games. - o - DELPHIAN SOCIETY Delphian Society met Dec. 13 with Mrs. Milton Norton. Mrs. Beulah Richardson gave a talk on "Giving Aid" and roll call was answered by "A Christmas Tradition." - o - FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oakland attended a family reunion Sunday at the W. R. Jensvolds at Rake. Among the group was Mrs. Oakland's mother, Mrs. Johanna Hove of the Timely Mission Rest Home at Buffalo Center. Thirty persons were present. SALLY HAASE, 12 Sally, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase, celebrated her twelfth birthday Dec. 4 and had 16 girl friends as supper guests. Her sister Ann of Mason City was home for the weekend and assisted Mrs. Haase. DECORATE TREE Mariners of the Presbyterian church will decorate the tree for Christmas. Members of the United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship will be welcome to assist. The Mariners and Youth Fellowship will go carolling at 7:00 Dec. 12 and visit the sick and shut-ins. Each Mariner couple is requested to bring a dozen cookies. Hostesses are Mrs. Henry Furst and Mrs. Marc Moore. Devotions by Mrs. C. Carlson. Guild circle of the Presbyterian church will meet Dec. 13 in Fellowship hall for a pot-luck supper at G:3Q - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Dec. 16 as follows: Sept. with Mrs. W. A. Foster; Oct., Mrs. J. B. Asa; Nov., Mrs. Ivan Handel; Dec., Mrs. Don Nelson; Jan., Mrs. Russell Cook; Feb., Mrs. Don Smith; Mar., Mrs. D. E. Dewel; Apr., Mrs. Roy Hutzell; May, Mrs. George Harris; June #1, Mrs. Paul Puffer; June #2, Mrs. L.L. Snyder. - o - KNITTERS MET Mrs. Merle Webster entertained her knit and sew club Wednesday. Pamela Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Warwick were baptized last week Sunday in the Methodist church and the War- wicks taken into full membership. Rev. Coughenour officiated. - o - MUSIC FESTIVAL The Festival of Music for Christmas was held Dec. 12 in the Methodist church by the four choirs composed of 100 voices. Choir directors are Mrs.Newton Coughenour, Mrs. Wesley Bartlett and Eunice Peters. Mrs. Rex Taylor, organist, and Mrs. Coughenour, pianist, gave duets. A pot-luck supper followed. - o - GO CAROLING Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will meet Dec. 19 and will go caroling to shut-ins. - o - HOST COACHES Mr. and Mrs. Leon "Champ" Martin entertained the coaches, assistant coaches and officials Saturday evening, who were associated with the wrestling matches held here that day. - o - BRING COOKIES All circles of the First Baptist church will meet Dec. 16 and are requested to bring cookies and candy for the plates to be given to the sick and shut-ins. Mrs. Amy Priebe will be hostess. - o - EXCHANGE GIFTS Women of Trinity Lutheran church held a Christmas party with gift exchange Dec. 6. - o - BUFFET SUPPER Mrs. Lela Henderson and Kathryn Sorensen gave a buffet supper Saturday honoring the birthday of Alvena Miller. MAKE WREATHS Garden Club met Dec. 13 with Mrs. William Dau Sr. at which time wreaths were made for St. Ann hospital, the Good Samaritan Nursing Home and the Kossuth county farm home. - o - GIVE PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby, managers of the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, gave a 7tOO dinner Friday evening at the Johnson House, with entire staff as guests. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Joe Henry was hostess to her bridge club last Wednesday after the members had gone to the Johnson House for luncheon. Cards were played and there was an exchange of Christmas gifts at Mrs. Henry's. - o - JOHN T. McGUIRE, Algona, Howard Sorenson, Gilmore City, Merven Marlow and David Lynch of Lone Rock attended the 1965 National Finals Rodeo at Oklahoma City, Okla. the past week. While there they toured the newly dedicated National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center which was dedicated to the pioneer spirit of America. TONI TUCKER and Joyce Arndorfer attend Mankato State College will be home Dec. 16 to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, returning to college Jan. 4. MR. AND MRS. John Scuffham had a pre-Christmas pot-luck dinner Sunday evening for their son, Rodney, who will leave for service at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Benschoter and Arlen, Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. James Scuff- ham, Kim and Kevin, Lola and Ivy Scuffham, Linda Dodds, Lana Helmers and Rodney's brother, John. MR. AND MRS. George Stanger, Winnipeg, Canada, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson. It was the first time in 19 years the Stangers had visited here. Mr. Stanger is an uncle of Tom's. PLUM CREEK Homemakers had their annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Hollis Benschoter recently. There was a gift exchange and a dessert luncheon was served by the hostess. 44 members were present. MR. AND MRS. Loyola O'Brien will be Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Web Stewart at Burt and will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart, Denver, Iowa. King cobras longer than 15 feet have been captured in Malaya. Otfosen Man Is Married In Missouri OTTOSEN -MargaretCrockett of Liberty Mo., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crockett, was united in marriage to David Evenson of Liberty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evenson of Ottosen. The double ring ceremony was performed by Pastor Carlson at the St. Andrews Lutheran church at Liberty, Nov. 10 at 8 p. m. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a street- length gown of white chiffon vel- vet, designed with a scoop neckline, basque waist and softly gathered skirt. Her veil was attached to a double crown of pearl and crystal beads. She wore a single strand of pearls, and carried a crescent of white phalaenopsis orchids and white roses. She carried two handkerchiefs her grandmother carried on her wedding day. Mrs. John Cox was maid of honor. John Cox was best man. "Because" and "The Lords Prayer" were sung by Evelyn Mae Waldron. A reception with 131 guests was at the church parlors following the ceremony. Cheryl Smith and Marie Phelps were at the guest book and gift table. The bride is a beautician and the groom is an airplane mechanic. They' are at home at Liberty. • RETIREE Les Cannon, rural rjiail carrier for Eagle Grove, retired earlier this month after, 43 years of service with the Post Office department in Eagle Grove. * * * '•:• A beautiful idea for Christmas giving... and so practical, too! The petite Princess phone has a lighted dial that glows softly in the darkness, brightens for easy dialing. And she'll like the new heavier non-skid base. Order now—just call the telephone business office, or ask any telephone employee. Northwestern Bell (Pride beqint with, ike name '•:• on this distinctive white box: . 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