i-Al§eri« (la.) Upper D«« Melne; Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 Space Age Fait A fair will be presented at the meeting of Cub Pack 29 Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. in the Lucia Wallace gym. The program will start with some barbershop harmony by the HiBred Kernels. well-known local quartet. Then awards will be given to n group of cubs. This will be followed by a space age fair. Eveiyone is invited to attend and buy 1he good things offered for sale. Beys n - eeiving awards arc Robbie Claude, Steve Claude, Paul Walking Lanny Phillips, Tim Parrish, Ray Chamberlain, Jeff Sucre. Pat Kl- bert. Bruce Marshall, Chuck Re- demski, and Chris Reilly. Two boys will become Cubs. They are Steve Mueller and Daniel Menneke. Birthday Observed Kathy Andrcaser, daughter of Mr and Mrs Warren Andreason, observed her sixth birthday Nov. 14 and had as guests at a party Becky Bowman, Sonja Dangelser, Cindy Frambach, Nita Jorgenson, Dixie Keith, Jennifer Limbaugh, Mary Ann Lovstad Lois Joens and Karen Wehrspan. Games were played and refreshments served. In further celebrate, evening guests were the grandparents Mr and Mrs Alvin Andreasen, Burt, Mr and Mrs Jerry Lewis, Mrs Duane Schncll and daughters, Violet, Louise and Jean. Algona Man Weds June Eileen Woods of Jefferson, Maryland, was united in marriage to Ronald E. Hai'lan on Nov. 4 at the Calvary Methodist church at Frederick, Maryland. Mrs Harlan is employed as a secretary at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Ronald, son of Mr and Mrs O. V. Harlan is a graduate of Algona high school class 1954 is serving in the.Signal Corp of the Armed Forces at Ft. Detrick. The couple are at home in an apartment, at Frederick. Maryland while Mr Harlan completes his military service. New Member Reception C. D. of A.. Court of St. Cecelia, Algona held its regular business meeting Thursday evening, Nov. 10. Committee included Angeline Dearch. Bridget Smith, Mary Barry, Cathrine Fisch, Irene Griffin, Emma Hilbert, Corrine Laing and Katherine McEvoy. Reception for candidates was held Sunday, Nov. 20. Birthday Party Mrs Fred Geigel entertained at a party Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Sarah Geigel whose birthday was being observed. Guests were Mrs Olga Huskamp, Mrs Gene Huskamp and Mrs Carrie Voigt, of Fenton, Mrs Kate Annis, Beth Annis, Mrs Carrie Bourne, Mrs Hugh Colwell, Mrs Eva Corey, the Rev. and Mrs M. H. Browcr, Mrs David King, Mrs Katherine Mc- 'Murray, Mrs Leora St. John, Mrs Edna Shilts and Mrs Gerald Voigt. Don Glaser, 21 A family dinner was served Sunday evening by Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser in honor of the twenty-first birthday of their son Don who was recently discharged from service. In addition to the family, guests were Mr and Mrs Paul Stebritz, Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson, Mr and Mrs David Harig, Mary Ann Hanson and the respective children. Pinochle Hosts Mr and Mrs Everett Tripp entertained their pinochle club last Monday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ferman Heinen. High and low score prizes were won by Mr and Mrs Hubert Marking and Mr and Mrs Melvin Sifert, respectively. Dinner Meeting The Soroptimist club held its monthly meeting Tuesday evening, Nov. 15, at dinner at the Algona hotel, Hostesses were Clara Zender and Frances Granlham. Hosts Bridge Club Mrs F. M. Holt entertained her bridge clnb Wednesday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs O. B. Harmes. Housemakers Met The Irvington Homemakers club met Nov. 16 with Joan Mains, assisted by Marie Siemer. A Christinas dinner and gift exchange is to be held Dec. 5 at Eunice Wickwire's. At the November meeting. Irma Benschoter gave a skit titled "Let's Talk Turkey." Dan Glaser, 16 Dan Glaser celebrated his sixteenth birthday Nov. 17 and was host at a party at which guests were Jerry Briggs, Lowell Byam. Dennis Lichter, Brian Linnan. Vernell Ludwig and James and Don Zaugg. They attended the show and refreshments were served afterward at the home. Niece Married Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen and daughter Sheila, Mason City, attended the wedding Saturday of Diane Mertz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Mertz, at Grand Island, Neb. The bride is a niece of Mrs Hansen. The bridegroom is Richard Alderson. Shower Hostess Mrs Eugene Muller was one of the hostesses at a shower last week Monday evening at Clarion for Joan Whitty, C o 1 o r a d f o Springs, Colo. Mr and Mrs Muller, Diane and Carol attended her wedding Nov. 19. Attend Anniversary Mr and Mrs Clarence Macumber, Mrs Florence Macumber and Mrs Clara Pompe went to Northwood Sunday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs William Melike. C.D.A. Meeting St. Benedict Catholic D-n;.ah- ters met Thursday at the school in St. Benedict. After the meeting a program 'on cancer including movies were shown by Mrs Phil Diamond. Mr and Mrs' Paul James attended a family pot-luck dinner Sunday at Humboldt, an observance of the birthday of Mr James' aunt Mrs Lillie Moore. BETTER HURRY... 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