The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 3
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I 4 AROUND Mrs Charles Simmons will be hostess to her bridge club Thurs- 'l.'iy .evening. '—o- . Mrs E. J. Evers was admitted Sunday to SI. Ann hospital as ji surgery patient. —-n— Mr and Mrs Richard Burt and family spent Thanksgiving at Cedar Hapicls with Mrs Hurt's family. Mr and Mrs John Forbes are parents of an 0- pound, 7 ounce daughter horn.Sunday at St. Ann hospital. United Presbyterian Will have their regular Iliis Thursday instead usual date. Women meeting of the. Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson are Ihe parents of an !! pound, II ounce S o n horn Sunday at St Ann hospital. —o— Tom Zender, who is employed at St. Paul, spent the week-end hero with his parents, Mr and Mrs E. J. Zender. Hev. and Mrs M. H. Brower and family were Thanksgiving guests of the former's mother. Mrs Mary Brower at Geneva. —o— Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler spent Thanksgiving in DCS Moines where Mrs Rachel Brown entertained at a family dinner. Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and family and Mrs Milton Dahl were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker at Swea City. —o— Mr and Mrs Hex Voyles and family spent J'rom Friday to Sunday rit Council Bluffs with Mrs Voylcs' parents, Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips. —o— Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond and children were at Fort Dodge Thursday for Thanksgiving with the former's parents, Mr oncl Mrs Irving .Diamond. —o- Judy Munger, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Robert Munger, was honoree at a slumber parly Friday night in observance of her fourteenth birthday. , —o— Mr and Mrs Clair Blossom, Mr nnd Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Wcs Barllett spent Sunday nl Spencer where they attended n district school of instruction of the Kiwanis Club.' Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and sons attended the Iowa State Teachers football game at Excelsior Springs, Mo. during the Thanksgiving week-end. The son, Jim has returned lo Cedar Falls where lie is a sophomore. Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman had as their guests Sunday their son and wife, Mr and Mrs David Yeoman of. Cedar Rapids. The daughter. Margaret, who altends State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, was home for the holiday. —o— Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson had as their Thanksgiving guests their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and M.rs Richard Lappin and two claughlcrs ot Minneapolis and Mr Hudson's parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson of Fcnton. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Paul Egel of Estherville. trr, Lin do and Larry Plummor Drromhor. Mrs Mary Lytle and daughter, •Tori of Madison, Wise, spent Ihe work-end hero with Mr:; Lytlo's parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Carney. Vic Seely spent the between- quarters vacation from Iowa Slate University at Ames with his parents Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seoly. —o—* John Hood, student at Noire Dame University al South Bend, Ind. was home for Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr and Mrs W. J. Hood. Mr and Mrs Lewis Ferguson and Evelyn and Mrs W. K. Ferguson were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs John Ferguson at Fort Dodge. —o—• Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bud Robinson, was a patient at Mercy hospital al Fort Dodge last Monday and Tuesday. Slie hud dental surgery. Catholic Daughters of America had a pot-luck dinner Monday evening al the Academy hall honoring tho local Presentation and St. Francis nuns. —o— Mr and Mrs Nels Isaacson and Fred and Roberta spent Thanksgiving al a Jamily dinner al the home of Mi; and Mrs John Mc- Inlyro at Fort Dodge. —-o— Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller had as their Thanksgiving guests their son and family, Mr and Mrs William Fuller and Krisfn and Jennie of Fort Dodge. —o--— Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee went lo Lincoln, Neb. for Thanksgiving wilh Ihe lalter's son-in-law & daughter, Mr and Mrs Earl Beardsley. Eight Specs card club will have their Christmas parly Wednesday evening. They will have dinner at a roslauranl and Ihcn go lo llie home of Mrs Mabie Lee for cards and a gift exchange. —o— Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were James David, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Jenkinson and .icanne Marie, daughter 1 of Mr and Mrs Alfred N. Grill. —o— Pam Waller returned to Iowa Citv Sunday after spending the holiday weekend nere with her parents, Mr and Mrs R. B. Wallec,. She is a freshman at the State University. • —o— Siri Norton and Cindy Hardy 1 . students at Marikato State College, spent the holiday vacation here with their respective parents, Mr and 'Mrs -Richard Norton and Mr and Mrs Wes Hardy. Jason Etheringlon, freshman al Iowa Slate University at Ames, spent Ihe between-quarters vacalion here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Clifford Ether- inglon, ,_ f\ Weslyan Service Guild of the Methodist church met for dinner Monday evening. Devotions were by Lelah Henderson; the lesson by Rulh Cross; and Flora Tiss was in charge of Ihe social lime. —o— Mr and Mrs Craig Smith entertained at a family dinner on Thanksgiving day. The daugh- of Des Moines, both students at the- University or Iowa, spent Friday and'Saturday here. —o— Marianna Steele and Pat Cowan spent the holiday weekend here .with their parents. Mi and Mrs William Sleele and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cowan. The girls are students at Stale Teachers College, Cedar Falls. r . /. . ' Kim Deal spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with his mother, Mrs Cecelia Deal. He is a at Drake University, Des Kim is featured You Would Like in Hi-Way niaga/im sludcnl Moines. "Teens Know 1 ' in To for Mr and Mrs Dick Post and Rex, Rickie and Joan spent. Thanksgiving at Des Moines with Mis Posl's brother and .sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Maury White. Mrs Lillian White ;»'eompaniod them and returned to IHT home a Manilla after a visit here. - n- Mr nd Mrs Beecher Lane had as Itlieir guests Sunday, the former's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs James Gilmore of Cincinnati. Ohio. The Lanes were at Manchester for Thank's.uiving and the son, Caiy remained with his grandparents, returning home with the visitors on Sunday. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer lOOK YOU LOVELIEST FOR THE HOLIDAYS From the tip of your pretty head to the tips of your pretty fingers . . . ^you'll look your very loveliest if you visit our beauty shop before the holidays. Enjoy the whole wonderful works — style- cut, shampoo, permanent, facial, manicure . . . perhaps even a new hair color. You'll like the very professional care you receive here, and our very modest prices too. State Beauty Salon How Graham's Can Help You i We'll 'Lay-Away' Christmas gift selections until laier, wiih a small deposit down. Ws'll gift-wrap your Christmas gift selections. Our friendly salespeople will give you he'.pful personal attention in your gift selections. We have Graham Gift Certificates in any amount. Specially - Selected GRAHAM Gift Merchandise - At Special GRAHAM Prices Our Famous 'LORRAINE 'LORRAINE' Is Tops in Lingerie Kitten-Soft Ban-Ion Carl Sriiiinmcl of Blue Earth, Minn.' u!:i visifed old I'l lends hi'!' Wednesday. Fie was. a din- li'T I'liost. in tin. Alf Studer ll..,:,,. I'..id and Judy J'lYflVr. stud- on- at Hie University nt Iowa Citv spent the Thanksgiving w. . |-...iul in the parental. Dr. L. L. I '!'< f!'(T home Silt/ Us f.OO club held their firM p;nty of tiie season fs'ov. 27 in the Wilfred Becker homo. Mr nnd Mrs Will Clements nnd daughter of Iowa Cit.y spent the weekend in the parental H. C. Bauer home. All wore holiday iniosts in the John Bauer homo. Mr and Mrs George Well irk and family of Britt v/ero Thanksgiving Day guests in .the Bill Manor home. Mrs Viola Studer was n Thanksgiving dinner guest ot' her son Bill Studor and family at Algona, at the home of Mrs Bill Binder's sister, Mrs George Fox and family south of Algona. Mr and Mrs Alvin Dillon of Fort Dodge were also guests. They are parents of Mrs Fox and Mrs Bill Sludor. Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 Maonn (la.) Upper De« Moln«-a Janice Vit/thum or Dos Moines spent the holiday weekend at. th parental George Vil/lhuni homo Mr and Mrs Lee Hildehrandl and daughters of Brill wet 1 " Thanksuiving Day quests in the parental If. E. Homming.-'.en home. Mr and Mrs Mike Wagner and onts. (!•.<- Richard Forslls a! Al- f'.ona i.rul with frioiid- 1 ; hen Cai "'I Sh'di-i. 11. ho is employd ", in Ma "ii City, SJM n! Thanks-'* MIvin' 1 , Day in li'-r p'ironial Paul Sliuler lion.". ,„ Mr and Mi.: Rich Roiling ••|..ent". 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