The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 3
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f •«, f V 4 V 4 t Mrs* fftrwj? Aftdetgen gave a -April IS Btmofiftg the of a son Albert Ballard, gton, D. C. Quests were oUSe guest Bill Biletenkof,. of , Pa>, Bate Collins, Jack Align^ Patricia Brand, Betty Dear- ghS, Rofifild Hutching, and Harriet Bfdwhi The evening was spent at' games and 'refreshments Were *SefVCd at the close. EiHsrialna— .,-MfS. -Maude. Free entertained rrtfoffrrally Thursday evening for 'MM? C£. £>. Stokes in honor of her 'ftifthday. A dessert lunch was Jewed rind the evening was i&tott at "Court Whist", the high score 'ppiae going to Mrs. W. : H. £k>aden. Guests were neighbors Of Mm, Stokes, Mrs-. F. A. Corey, •Mrfi. Ed Hough, Mrs. W. A. Foster} Mrs. .W. H. Godden, Mrs. W.- P, iFjjMfch, Mrs Emily Spencer 'arid Mrs. viva Peterson. Mathers-Daughters Tea— The mothers and daughters tea to? fnefriber-a of the Presbyterian 1 church will be held Saturday at" ternoon, May 8. The Womfih'tf Guild will give the program. binner Ai St. Benedict-*Mrs. Agnes Eischeid and Dar* aid", and Father Bernard Eischeid and Agnes Bruning, of Armstrong, were among the guests at a family dinner Sunday at the SV H. Froelichs, St. Benedict. The dinner was in honor of two events, the first communion of the Froelich's daughter ' Bonnie, and the sixth birthday of .the 1 daughter Judy. Mrs. Froelich is a daughter of Mrs. Biseheid. Happy Birthday Club— The "Happy Birthday"' club met Friday afternoon .with Mrs. Frank Vera. Birthclavs of Mr*., ffmma Dehnert and Mrs. ~J." 1.' Troutman were observed. SALE - SPRING COATS - SUITS DRESSES 20O GARMENTS Short coats-plaids, plain-long coals, fitted or flare— Suits with straight skirts or Ballerina. Dresses in black, navy-and spring tones-all sizes included in this special group. , Reduced 10 Percent to 1 /2 Yes you save as much as 50% on some of these new spring garments-others not so much—the new look in all: these garments—Come .In Now. [»T 4 *i fyf '/ AH the joy; and/sweet anxieties that were her'* when you w/e growing up will return to her when you honor her with flowers on Mother's Pay, Whether father is a few blocks away OP acro«r the conXnent, we con see tq it that she'll get her favorite flowers v frorn you on Mother's •fay- • : A fln/awortment of blooming potted plant! and eflower* await your selection, early for best w(»«tion, If yeu>ara toe to shop , .. . we'll gladly take your ordsr felflphene and guarantee complete sqtiifac- I Your Flower Phone 305 v j «• i: -» ^ , • -/ ... - to Wed \ Henry J. Arndorfer' pf Corwith, Iowa, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of his daughter, Delorcs of Mason City, to Charles A. Nbrdstrqm of Waterloo, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nordstrom of Mediapolis. The* wedding will take place on June 5th at Mason City. Baptist Wetmen's Ass'n— The Woman's Association of the Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, May 6, with the Academy Dancing Parly— The seventh.and eighth,grades at the Academy held a dancing party Thursday evening after Which refreshments were served. Last week Tuesday the sophomores gave a carnival and dance, the proceeds of which w|!l be given to missions. First Lutheran Women- ,-,The Women's Associatiofr of the First Lutheran church Will meet Thursday, May 6; Hostesses will be Mrs. L. E. Hovey, Mrs. E. B. Carlson, and Mrs. C./ Bowman. The program will be in charge of Mrs. Theodore Thompson, Mrs. Gale Haase, Thompson. and Mrs. A. F. Presbyterian Circles — The circles of the Presbyterian church will meet/Thursday afternoon, May 6, as/follows: A ( Mrs. Gaylord Shumyay, with program by Mrs. Henry Lund; B, Mrs. Ralph Brown,;' .with program by Mrs. Firm Laing; C, Mrs. R. H. Guderian, with program by Mrs. L. W. Gillaspie; D,. Mrs. Katherine Park's, with program by Mrs. Claw Pratt. .' Trinily Lutheran Women — ' The ,W6men's Society of. the Trinitr ;Luiheran ; .'church will imeet IWKSday^ftemdonaMax 6.' i •Dreesrhari, Jars. |Walt»r1 F&ilstick, ardlMrs. R|iym()nd ;^UnJg.V3 .Mrs. Lather " Loesch will: ; giye 'the les-f' If6ni'and the Rev. • Loesch "." will [give the 'devotions. The 'program (committee is Mrs. Randall 'Glark, Mrs. William Dau, and Mrs. Peter Ehlers. . . following hostesses: Mesdames W. A. White, Frank Cook, Paul Hawkins, Hugh Pierce, Don Cook, W. L. Martin, Minnie Jones, and Robert Black. Members of circle 4 will 'give program. the devotions and Plan Mother's Lunch— Mrs. J. B. Asa will have charge of the program at the Methodist W. S. C. S. luncheon Thursday, May 6, which will be "Mother Pictures". Mrs. Fred Will is chairman and Mrs. Lawrence Baylor is co-chairman. Faculty Dinner— . Final faculty dinner for the school year was held Thursday evening at the Country club. On the entertaining committee wer Margaret Borgmeyer, Glehdor Burbank, Shirley Osborn, Ethe Harold, Mesdames Arlo Woods and Marian Conkling, also Leo Martin, M. L. VanderWaal, an Earl Sprague. Townsend Meeting— A sixth district get-together o the Townsend club will be hel at AJgona, Sunday, May 9. Th public isr'invited;-) . TP&fe meeting i&«.;seheduled: ( t start promptly at 10 fa.- m'. ; ' Sn< will continue throughout the day A pot'luck dinner will be server at noon. Club member familie are- asked to bring a generou covered dish and sandwiches. All' mothers attending will b speqially honored. 1 arid P. annual M<jtheft* aftd banquet Wfll fcfc Mid at 9-M eMoefe at the «ai ehufch. .Circles of the Woman's as*&6iA- serve the 1 dlttftet. . Mrs, Allen Bucftanarhjttfa.. C. pi Sehaap and Mfa; H. W". Miller htvt* arranged the MloWHtg, gfatrt around the theme of aft fdshioned garden: , fable grace, -Mrs. John Clyde. •••;••. 'dardener, Mrs. C. C. Shierk, foflsihlaster. , fo^et-me-nots (out daugh- feftj, Mrs. Henry Pletch. . „ Sweet Alyssium (our mothers), Diafie Schaap; si ltearteast (our grandmothers), Marcia Anderson. ^Between courses, Hotfle Sweet Home will be sung by the audience. . For memorable spots in the garden, living model* will be shown in a huge picture frame, as follows: 'Mignonette (pioneer -grand* mother) Mrs. James Neville, k?, u ^ Atin Neville will sing "Mother Machree". , (modern grandmoth- »> Mrs. Raymond' Nort'on, Maf- cia Stillman will sing "My Moth- American Beauty (a mother df ""•W Mrr8v , John Ferguson,, le Herbst will sing , Mother cff ibmflWdW, Maty Misbach, MarcM 0owafl wilt sing "My Mothers gong". afrthday Howow^ Mrs. D. D. Paxson $mt Carolyn AftH Lifldholm have the sarne birth dates and in celebration of thelt anniversaries, Mrs. Paxson entertained at dinner, Monday evening. Guests* were Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Lindholm and family,. Mrs; Helen Paxson, and Mr. and Mrs, Fred Geigd. P»-MupflaI Shower— Miss Katherine VanNess Was honoree at a pre-nuptial linen shower at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's, Wednesday evening. Hostesses were Vera Hocke, Glendora Bufbank, Helen Pink, Jean'Lu- cas and Lola Kowalke. All are Bryant school teachers and Miss VanNess is the principal. Following a dessert lunch the evening was spent embroidering original designs on small huck towels. The designs emphasized some particular part of the individual teachers job. The Bible Searchers class of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday afternoon, May 11, with Mrs. Chris Johnson. Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. Lucy Givens, Mrs. - Jessie Edwards and Mrs. Dearchs. Tuetdoy, May 4, MJPS. Mrs. Orlan Itutledge eftteftain- ed at a birthday party Tuesday, April 27, in honor of her mother, Mrs. Alma O. Johnson, who was 83 years old, There were JO guests. The afternoon' wa's spent socially. Lunch.and a birthday cake wefe served. Sunday Dinne* Quests— Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow had as guests, Sunday, the former's sister Mrs. Pete Erickson, Westbrook, Minn.,- and her daughters and sons-in-law Mr, and Mrs. Grover Busk and family, Windom, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Madson and son John, Westbrook. They were joined at dinner by the Brandow children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandow, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Linda of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brandow, Barbara and KTay, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Brandow, Terry and Rhonda. Twins Are 14, Celebrate— Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clappsaddle gave an outdoor party Thursday, April 29, from 5 till 9 o'clock for their twins, Jack and Jill, who celebrated their 14th birthday. Fifty-eight guests were presfent antf served with .. __. assisting. Gather and after folks enjoyed Haitie WilsAtt,.t spent the weekend with her patents, Robert Wilson. Sor-optimistsTo Regional Meeting Mrs. Roy Bjustfom Snd Sbrensen Were delegate^ ftdttl the Algona Soroptimist d«b' tt> the regional conference h«!ld Sftf* urday and Sunday at Siwisr Falls. Henrietta Latnb df Omt- ha was elected regidftal' dI«S8te», Rena Van Orman 6f Maf3hSil>- town, correspondifig and Julia Iverson Of SiotttC treasurer. Mrs. Fred Shilts, Mrft Fpfifik Zender and Mrs. Qeotge BosWell went to Ames last Tlifisday 'to attend the charter meeting 1 and Officer installation Of ttee optimist club ther-e,' Stanley of the Ames Gaily une is president of the new club. Mrs. Shilts is president o£ the Algona club. GIFTS Kohlhaas Hardware Community Silverware , ) Ironmaster Electric Irons Automatic Pop-up Toasters Presto Pressure Cookers Stainless Steel Coffee Makers Mqgnolite Aluminum Ware \ Step-on Bathroom Scales . Tqpp«n6as Ranges H L H AAS = HARDWARE <\ Yes, remember that she never has forgotten you .... Show her your gratitude and affection. Select a special Mother's Day gift from our varied collection of "sure-to-please" accessories and ready-to-wear. We're ready to advise you now. A pretty new while hat for sum- $2.9d and up mer. ~i t. 'f Softly styled houettes in sheer Crepes —. Bem- bergs—cottons — rayon — prints, etc. $7.95 and up. embroidered and ••• e—.black—TOoK n Bag*. ' $2.98 up Pure itlk Ho», sheer and / Mr vice weight. Cotton or crepe Bloufes, Whil»-oolor«. 2.98 to UiwU'Wft to -AV f: .• ' - ^ r. ^ ...jfei::. ?

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