The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1948 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 11, 1948
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i *f"Affl6ha Upptf fct k,, ^ : ^.;; PP - - t^ f^ocicrr , Maytt, IWft } mtrjpm m .CAM. : Family Dinner Mf. a*a Mrs. W. E. Hawcott " at a tea at "Hospital- Mrs. Florence Vander Wilt, ,T, Mrs. Laura Hopkins. Other guests were Lee and Bess Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ba'iley Of Clear Lake and Mr. hnd Mrs.'R, W,-triplett and sons Bob and Jim of Boons. . Idle Houifdiridge Club— The "fel|' Hour" Bridge club hiet Wecffle'sday afternoon with Mi's. G. D. Stokes. Guosts were Mrs. Albert Granzow and Mrs. JFred Gcigel. High score prize was won by Mrs. W. G. McCnl- lough. two Card Parties- Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Peterson entertained at cards, Sunday evening, guests being Messrs, and Mesdames August Huenhold, Max Bast, and George Spong- bprg. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Spongberg and Mr. Bast. Monday; evening the Petersons gntertaine.d another group of friends at cards with Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl being the high score wirtners. Johannsens Hosts— Mr. and ,:Mrs. Henry Johannscn entertained at'a family dinner Sunday, guests being Mr. and Mrs. M. L:", Dutton, Mr. and Mrs Glen Teeter and Gwenith. Lone Rock. Mr.;:and Mrs. Ray Nelson and LindrP'of Burt, Mrs. Florence- Sohichtl. '-Wayne and Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook. Bridge Club Hostess- Mrs. Bert Cronan was hostess to the members of her Bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Prize Winners were Mrs. George Yeager of Fenton, high. Mrs. George Mahonev. second high, and Mrs Leonardo Melson, low. will hold a tea Thursday from 2:30 until 4:30 at the hospital. The public is invited to attend. The public courtesy is in observance of national hospital week the birthday of Florence Nightingale which is May 12. Miss Nightingale "Angel of Mercy" of the Crimean war is the founder of the nursing profession. She was born in 1820 and died in 1910. Registered graduate nurses at the Kossuth hospital are: Ruth Haaso. Burt: Janice Hayden, Ruthven; Ellen Carlson; and Mrs. Helen Chemberlain, Algona. Miss Helen Winkel of Algona is relief nurse. Nurse aids are: Mrs. Lulu Hartshorn, Mrs. Minnie Petersen, Mrs. Agnes Watnein, Marilyn Blanchard, all of Algona: LaVonne Greise of Burt. Mrs. Grace Taylor of Algona is relief. -. Meeis— •Mrs. Fern Harclgrove was hostess, to the Vnembers of her birthday club lasf'week Monday evening. Following dinner at the European hotel, the women returned to the Hardgrove home where the evening was spent socially. Is Dinner Hostess— . Mrs. A. E. Clavton entertained nt dinner Sunday, guests being Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter Rogers. Ark.: Mr. and Mrs T G Peterson. Mason City: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clavton. Est.herville- Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Roethler' Livermore-LWr, and Mrs. Frank Ryerson, Burt;- Mrs. 'LeRoy Mo~ Whorter, and Ida Peterson.- Honor Miss Bbrqmyer— •Mrs. Wm. Ste-le. Gretchcn Mever. Kathleen Mnllalev. Louise Elbert and Mrs. Robert Polish were co-hostesses at the pre-nuo- tial miscellaneous shower and lea Friday at 4 o'clock. The honoree was M$JS. Margaret Borgmv- or. homemajting teacher at" the hieh school--who , is to be married this sjiinmer; The guests were worrigrf'' faculty members and wives cjfrthe men teachers. At Brother^ Weddinq— Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen attended the weddine of Charles Smallwood, brother of Mrs. Hetn- rningsen. to Barbara Larson on April 25. at the Westminster Presbyterian church. Worthington, Minn. Mrs. Hemmingsen and Susan remained the rest of the week with her mother and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Slater. Jane McWhorier Weds—> Mrs. Lilly C. McWhorter and Lewis McWhorter have announced the marriage of their, daughter, Jane Carolyn, to Albert Edward Goodwin Jr., Tuesday, -Mar. 23, 1948. at the Firsf Presbyterian church. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin will be at home at 1270 Colorado, blvd., Denver. The bride is a graduate of the high school here and she and her parents are well known Algon- sns who moved away from here a few years ago. Mrs. McWhorter is located at Shawnee, Colo., and Mr. McWhorter is living at Loveland, Colo. Jane has been at Phonix, Ariz.,, a part of the time, and also at Denver. Mrs. McFadden, 80— Mrs. Sarah McFadden observed her 80th birthday April 29, and was given a dinner that' evening at the home of her son, Stewart. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anderson of Alta, Mr. and Mrs. William Schillinger and Mrs. William Duis of Emmetsburg, Mrs. Carl Baker of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer. Mrs. George Ny- rnan of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Salisbury. All the •vomen ar.e daughters of Mrs. McFadden oxceot Mrs. Duis, who is a granddaughter-. Mrs. McFaddel^ is now at Swea City with the George Nymans and' will remain there a few months. • Mother-Daughter Tea— An annual Mothers and Daughters tea was held Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. The Women's society of the church arranged the tea and the Quite! had charge of the program. Mrs. Clarice Kresensky, vice president, was hostess. Program numbers were a piano solo bv Marilyn Tuttle. reading of a Mother's Day poem by Sheila Hansen, and Mrs. Gilbert Kuyper sang, "Songs My Mother Taught Me", and "Little Mother of Mine". The tea table was decorated with bowls of tulips and lighted candles. There were 35 guests. Vhe Algona 'high school, junior senior banquet was held last night, May 10, in the school gymnasium. The carnival theme Was carried out in* decoralions and ihe program. Green and white paper streamers transformed the 'gym' into a big top tent. Colored inflated balloons were massed at the grandstand and the tables had miniature merry-go-rounds at intervals. Animal crackers were used on the merry-go-rounds. The program folders were red with a white cut-out clown dec- ovation. Janice Bartholomew was Ring Master of the following program: Inside the Cage, David Shurm way; Brass Rings, Robert Reilly; Brass Ensemble, Circus Band; CloWns Under the Big Top, Sue Hutchison; "A Prize in Each and Every Sack", Jerry Lauritzen; "Liebestraum" and "Smilin Through", the Girls' Sextette; Crossing the Tight Rope, Lillian Bennett; and Stakes Well Driven, Charles Crapser. Following dinner there was dancing. Junior class officers are David Shumway, president; Willis Kuecker, vice-president; Richard Webster, secretary, and Marilyn McGuire, treasurer. Bel Canto Hostesses— Members of the Bel Canto club will entertain the Cecilian Music club from Eagle Grove Wednesday, May 12, in an exchange program here. The visiting club will be guests at a luncheon at the Country Club and the following program will be presented: The Sleigh, Kountz; Lets Dance, Howorth; Creation Hymn, Rachmaninoff, by the entire club. Reading, "The New Church Organ", Mrs. Myra Hunt. Piano solos: Nocturne, Greig; Scherzina (Carniva Pranks), 'Schumann, Mrs. Ethel Kenefick. I Echo Song, DiLasso; Hindu Slumber Song, Ware; Bridal Chorus from "The Rose Maiden", Cowan, by the club. The club chorister is Mrs. Mary Gibson and Mrs. Ethel Kenefick is the accompanist. Cecelian club members are: , Anita Benedict, Bess Blake, Thelma Blom, June Christensen, Fannie Qotton, Arliss Gumming, Meta Ifcster, Madeline Fromm, Mary Gibson, Katherine Griffin, Vina Hall, Catherine Hinkley, Orpha Kastler, Nell Keller, Ethel Kenefick, Aeline MacNaughton, Marjory Mayfield, Dorothy Middleton, Sadie Riley, Lulu Sterling, Feme Schrage, Charlotte Whalen, Bea Woodke, Verna Far-, ran; and Miss Jeanette McCleery. The Algoha Bel Canto club presented its program at Eagle Groye_ last October. Celebrates Second Birthday— , Bcrnadine Linnan was two years old la,st Thursday. In honor of the occasion her mother entertained' a few of the neighborhood? children during the .afternoon", and served .ice cream .and birthday -calte. Guests ''were Sheila and Molly Sullivan, Mary Jean Hood. Mary Miller and the honoree's brother, Brian. Presbyterian Fellowship— The Fellowship club of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening (May 10) for dinner at 6:30. Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huxtable were hosts. 6 Club The Riverdale met Wednesday, May 6, home»-t)f Mrs. Opal Barker^ Mary Seeker assisting. Twenty-one meMbers and guest, Mrs. Harold Wesley, at tended the meeting. Club members gave a chbi'ai reading, "A Friends Gfeetifig". Mrs. Elizabeth Grill read a pxrem, "Mother's Day". Mrs. Fannie Boldridge gave her interpretation of the meaning of the club m(St« to. Mrs. Jewell Patterson talked interestingly on the trip she and Mr. Patterson made to Texas last winter. Mrs. Marie* Bernau was chosett this year as the club mother for Mother's day, and she was pre^ sented with a plant. Plants, bulbs and flower seeds were exchanged at the meeting. The June 2 meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Fannie Boldridge with Mrs. Catherine Metzen assisting hostess. Funk, mother 1 . Judy McMahon, Joan Kurtz, Jeanette Sorensen and Janice Ostrum, coachmen; Marilyn Thaves. Sandra McCorkle, Carmen Wellendorf and Shirley Kuchenreuther, king's guards. Jane Hicks was director, Marcia Stilman announcer, and Virginia Fristedt pianisf. Mrs. Vaughn Rising is the guardian. Following the play lunch WTfs served. The tea table was spread with a yellow cloth, the flowers were lilacs *in a silver bowl flanked by green candles. Mrs. Sullivan for the mothers and Mrs. Clara Shilts, president of the Soroptimist club poured. Preceding the play Virginia Fristedt in behalf of the Campfire girls extended greetings to the mothers, and Jane Hicks to the Soroptimists. Mother's Day Trip- Mr, and Mrs. Paul James, Beverly and Evelyn, and the former's sister, Luene, spent Mother's day at Chariton with Mr. and Mrs. E. R. James, parents of Mr. James and Luene, and aided in celebrating their father's birthday. a meeting at tJie We*_., .dhurch,. TUfefday gVeftiftft-l '9Hll'p,,J&hftrLoSS j 207 Girl Seotit' p&ted in investitufti rites,, at which time they received thef? bins. Mrs. Jean. Hemffllfmsen is leader of the gfbup*, flnd her 88; sistants are Patricia Pollard afw Arlis Niu-re, all Of whom gave brief talks. „ Lfcufa Ann Neville save a vocal number, ''Mother Machree".' Refreshments Were served at the close of/the evening. Honored at Nashua- Mr, and Mrs, L. A. Copp went to Nashua, Saturday, and Sunday Were guests of Mrs. Bernice Butler, sister of Mrs. Copp, at a family dinner celebrating the birthday* of Mrs. Copp" and John But*- ler, grandson of Mrs. Butler. t)6an Mother's Luncheon->The Doan W. S. C. S. hold its annual-Mother's day luncheon at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Dale Struthers as chairman. Mrs. Harvey Larsen had charge of the program, Arlene Spilles, accompanied by. Mrs. V. K. Rising at-the piano, sang two numbers, "Wonderful Mother of Mine" and "Mother Machree". The remainder' of the program was given by children of the Doan school. SALtf'--Wfit», wind, lot 'htfrafe. ai»aWtf of ebfeft, plafttWKosfltith ' FOR SAL® SALfc - iefeAftg, CJ00B , gerftilhatioa $4. bushel, Jffm, Decker, 2 rhflieS South Letts Greek village,,,^ mne w.est. uifla* hdfse ttlanter, complete^ wjtb wife reed^ to go. Also 16 ft. In* - .ja-f. - V|sa fb* Ml* hyBfW arffij ha* do«riftueft'eififWli Leuis H Lane 14 mil k. ul|g* Senior / Breakfast Held— The annual Senior breakfast for the high school graduating class was held Saturday morning at the Call state park. Forty-one class members turned out for the event. Miss Alvena Miller and Allen Slickers are class sponsors. 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