The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 4
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4-Alaona Uppe> Dei Molflil , June 8, 1048 )ocie Note- Mrs* Didriksen Hostess--Mrs. Martin Didriksen will be hostess to the Women's Bible class :• of the Congregational churCfi, at her home on So. Durant street tomorrow, Wednesday,, June 9, at 2 o'clock. There will be a covered dish lunch, and husbands are invited. Double Celebration— Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eischoid recently entertained at a 12:30 dinner in honor of their daughter Irene's graduation and Mr. Eischoid's birthday. Guests were tho Rov. Bernard |Uschen, Miss Ad'dio Brucning, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eischeid, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Agnes Eischeid and Darrell, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Froelich and family, St. Benedict: Mrs. Joseph Truhe, of Carroll, Iowa. The latter is the only living grandparent Irene has. Mr. and Mrs. Aloy Eischeid and son Merlin drove to Carroll Saturday, taking Mrs. Eischeid's mother Mrs. Joe Truhe home. She had spent two weeks here. The Eischeids returned home Saturday evening. Sororily Closes Year— Tlie closing meeting till fall of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority was been meeting oh the Sunday nearest Memorial Day, if pdssi- ble. At th_ gathering this year were: Mr. and Mrs. JRaymohd Keagle and Mrs. ftoland Shaw, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Logan Keagle, Hastings, Minn.; Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. Cunningham, Elmore; Mr. and Mrs, Vance Jlelbsamen, Farmington, la.; Glen Reibsa- men and son Ned, Marshalltown; A Farewell Mrs. Bert Cronan gaVe a pffrty Fridiiy evening, a farewell courtesy for her daughter Mrs. James Crohiri, who was leaving for Llttcoln, Neb. The evening was spent at bridge with prl2e«win ners Mrs bridge . O. E. Hott, high, and Mrs. Leonard Nelsoh t . low. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Hi-Lo Bridge Club-' men ana son i>eu, muisiiuiiiuwu, „,. TT . »- tt .« , . , . .. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Reibsamen . The Hi*Lp Bridge club met for and family, Britt; Mrs. Carrie Taylor, Ethel Wooldridge and daughter Karen, Mason City, Archie Cunningham, D e s Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson and sort Bob Wilson, J. B. Cunningham, the Forrest Willis and Floyd Reibsamen families, all of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Furst and Ray Cunningham, Algona. a luncheon at the , Friday. At gaffleSMinfts - afternoon the high score .pfttfc-jyaa won by Mrs. Don ^tSBtf^Rtem-' bers of the club aft -MefalNtes G. 0. Brundage, Qtsbrgi'v^gftk- lirt, Anton Didflks_fi r vLi6yd Muckey, R. 0. Bjustfbhi, - Don Nelson, and William Vlgaw. Mrs. Leon Merrltt was a guest, of the. club. , ,'"'<• 90 ai Club Stipper— A buffet supper Country Club Folder— The Country club has issued a neat printed folder carrying May to October calendars with dates of golf and social events, also guest rules, ladies' stag committees, two and four-ball foursomes, dances, the annual Fourth of July picnic, Family Day, etc. The entertaining committee, listed for family day, May 30, consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Laivell, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera. co-chairmen, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Messrs, and Mesdames Lloyd Muckey, Dean Schlick, Louis Tigges, Mel — „„... _.„. Griffin, AH Krcscnsky, and E. A. held Tuesday evening at the club : Scncmcl and Mrs . RJ lo da Bonar. room. President Mary T. Bes- | lenlehner appointed the follow ing chairmen: Norma Enestrom, social activities: Arclis Will, program: LaVonne Wolcott. membership; Lois Clawson. ways and means; Esther Smith, publicity. For summer social activities, Frances Dieckmann, LaVonne Wolcott and Arclene Sampson were appointed chairmen. Three lessons were given by Dorothy Hardgrove. Esther Thuente, and Lorna Ruhnke. Jean Godden was given a leave of absence till she ran be affiliated with the chapter at Clear Lake, where she is now making her home. Observe 501h Wedding— In celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor, a family dinner was held Tuesdav. June . 1. at Mrs. W.' K. Ferguson's, those in attendance being Mr. and Mrs. Farl Pr-hmtil/. and Shirley of Salina. Kans., Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rae and Eleanor, of Mason City: Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Buhr and Beverlv. Des Moines; Mr. and Mix. Ed Taylor Jr.. Mona Belle and George of Anamosa. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster and Richard, and Darleiv and Richard Peterson. Cedar Falls. The table was arranged in T shape and seated at the smaller portion were Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and their children. The center piece was of gold roses, and bronze daisies, and to the golden tapers, white lilies were fastened with white ribbons edged in «old. In the afternoon "Open House" •was held at the Taylors for the following relatives: Mrs. Edith Taylor. O. M. Butcher. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Koch and two sons, Fairmont, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson .Mrs. Clarence Johnson and daughter, and H. B. Ward, of Curlew; Mrs. Ned Brown and Mrs. Deena Johnson, Graettinger: Mrs. Jack Hanson and daughter. Wallingford; Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ward and daughter. Milford; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ward; Sncneer: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grief, Blue Earth, Minn. Several friends and neighbors also called and a number of old friends from Curlew, the former home of the Taylors. Many nice gifts, cards and flowers were received. Bridge Club Hostess — Mrs. Hilda Gronwall entertained the members of her card club Wednesday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Ted Johnson and the low score prize went to Mrs. Harry Herr. Royal Neighbors Initiate — A county district Royal Neighbor convention was held Thursday at Mallard, with the initiatory work put on by the Algona team. Those attending from hero were Mesdames Bernitas Lynk, Fern Hardgrove and Atha, j Nellie Van Allen, Bernadine Allen, Verna Jensen. Oran Hudson. Bert Baldwin, Homer Anderson, Richard Potter, Myra Ostrum, William Heller, Eva Potter, Elizabeth Post, Ray Cook, and Bertha Spear. Candidates from the local lodge who were initiated were Mrs. Ray Cook and Mrs. Everett Lee. mor afterfioori< ft!- tWo*ball din. fummy 'ami bridge played In tHfe e^enifig. Hign score Jfl^winnew; at gift $;ere Don' Hutehifts and Mrs, J. P. Hfcf • rig. At bridge the prize-wjnn&fS were Albert Oraniow and Mfs, W, C. Irelan. Winners at golf were Mrs. Harry Greenberg and Claude" Slagle," Mrs. '• Claude Sla- glc and Frank Moulton' with '& sctflfe of 50, and Bella Welter and cGCI j ttllvi »**** "" 5ft { Ar^jfidge: At Breakfast .-Mrs". Harold ?a 06urts—Mf3. iaift- II ebUftnti ill §b t6 the ' flie t j Mr 1 , and Mrs* Allen' Slickers ;tb>CtrKftdy Center; to lit* [he wiiddjtog ^Spturday (of s sister-Harriet. Th,ey , Algbftff Sunday. 4 i m MS* i**~~ We've prospected for to find the values for this 1 » I i fcf'U oiaiasnione IT STARTS WEDNESDAY MORNING-GOME, LOOK FOR THE "GOLD NUGGET VAIUES"-EVERYONE OF THEM MEANS MONEY IN YOUR POCKJETI Boys' Reg. 1.79 Sport Shirts N A Farewell Courtesy A group of girls who had attended the academy gave a party Thursday evening at the home of Phyllis Reynolds as a farewell courtesy for Nancy Hutchison, who is leaving today for Tucson. Ariz., and Betty Harig, who is entering school at Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Vaughn Hostess Mrs. T. H. Vaughn was hostess to "Eight Specks" card club Wednesday evening. High score prices were won by Mrs. John Button and Mrs. Beecher Lane. Mrs. Chris Wallukaitkait was a guest of the club. At Family Picnic— Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steven, Mr. und Mrs. Virgil Shackelford, Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Olson, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steven, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steven, Corwith. attended a family picnic at the Roy Grimms, Adel, Sunday. The Robert Stevens are Special Purchase! COTTON STREET Dresses 1- and 2-pc. styles parents of Bill, Mesdames Olson ford. Ray, and the and Shackel- Cousins in Reunion A family reunion of cousins was held Sunday, May 23, at Call Slate park. The guests were the children and their families of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Reib- samen. Mr. and Mrs. Mansel Cunningham, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reibsamen, all of Titonka. Since the death of Mrs. Charlie Reibsamen the families have Pre-Nuptial Shower— Jean Thorpe, Doris McGuire, and Mary Anderson gave a kitcher shower Saturday evening for Joyce Sterling, who is being married June 14 to/Elaine Nelson. Guests were TVIrs. Frank Sterling, mother of Joyce, and Mesdames R. A. Davidson, John McGuire, John Dreesivlan, Earl Burgess, Ben U. Meyer, Fred Plumb, V. K. Rising, Charles Anderson, Pocahontas, the former Patrica Plumb, Ruth Ann and Charlene Clement, and Laura Mitchell. The guests hemmed tea towels for the honoree. Molly Sullivan and Marilyn Dreesman presented the gifts. JUST RECEIVED! NEW SHIPMENT 67 Percent 2-4-D Just sold, the 200th sprayer. See us for 2- wheel trailers, and sprayer parts. Get your 2,4-D from us now- it's going fast! Mitchell Chemical Sales Milwaukee Depot Plaza Farmer! If $ Time to Spray Your Oats Chambrays! Seersuckers! 80-Sq. 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