Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1967 · Page 5
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the Advanc* NIWi MUM MOM ABOUND ALOONA A bridal tntwer honoring Miss;Anita Musser whose marriage to Gary McCay wilt take .place on October 10 at the Methodist Church was held At lite home of Mrs. Lewis Marshall on Tuesday, Sept. 28. A Birthday Club of which Mrs. Marshall is a membar were the Hostesses for the stiower. They were Mrs. George McVay, Mrs. Chuck McVay, Mrs. Robert Laing, Mrs. Gene Minard and Mrs, Marshall. Miss Musser is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Musser of Mason City and Gary is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis McVay. Gifts were presented to the bride to be and lunch was served during the afternoon. Gary is Attending Junior College in Mason City and Miss Musser is employed in Mason City. They will be making their home at 2820 S. Adams St. in Mason City after their marriage. Attending the bridal shower was Mrs. Francis McVay, mother of Gary. Mr. and Mr*. Art Olson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Stanley Sampson of Goldfield on Sunday, Sept. 24. St. Thomas Episcopal church altar guild will meet in the; undercroft on Thursday, October 12 at 1:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mr*. Roger Long, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber attended a FalJ Square Dancing Festival in LaCrosse, Wis., over the October 4 weekend. .Laura Anna Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Ols^n was 6 years old on Thursday, Sept. 28 and to celebrate her birthday Laura Anna invited 6 friends to a party after school. Guests were Becky and John Anderson, Susan Frazee, Kim Kleungartner, Nancy Hackbarth and Linda DeValois. A birthday theme of Happy Birthday and School Days were carried out in decorations and cake. The afternoon was spent playing games and a birthday luhteh wais served. : '•••.'' •' • Mr. and Mrs. Steve George were hosts to the members of their couples club on Sunday evening, Oct. 1. Members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Rochleau and the Georges. Winners for the evening for the men were Mr. Jim Anderson and for the ladies high tally was won by Mrs. Jim Anderson. Mrs. Bill BMler of Burt was hostess to the members of her bridge club on Monday evening in her home, Oct. 2. Members of Mrs. Baslers bridge club are Mrs, Steve George, Mrs. Mike Smith, Mrs. Ed Adams, Mrs. LeRoy Geving, Mrs. Dean Kinsman and Mrs. Andy Cubit. Guett* of Mr*. Luke Linnan at their cottage at Coud- ery, Wis. from Tuesday until Friday of the Sept. 24 week were Mrs, Jim Everds, Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley and Mrs. Flora Bradley of Bancroft. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Moulton were hosts to their couples club on Saturday evening, Oct. 7, The couples had dinner and the evening was spent playing bridge. Mr, and Mr*, Ttd CM*. chiies and family spent Sunday, Opt. 1 visiting at the home of Mrs Saddle Knutson in Eagle Qrove. Mrs. Knutson is the mother of Mrs. Chris- James Welp in Bancroft at 2 o'clock on Wednesday, October 11, Mrs. Eugene Me- Mahon and Mrs. R. E. Weber will present a program on "Strings". The ladti* Golf Association will have an Award Banquet at the Algona Country Club on Wednesday, October 11. Officers are Mrs. Jim Kolp, Mrs. Clayton Pittman, Chairmen, Mrs. Walt Hagen and Mrs. Lowell Smith, Handicap Chairmen, Mrs. Bob Williams, Treasurer; Mrs. Dick Cook and Mrs. Maynard Miller, Tournament Chairmen. Getting together for a picnic at the Call State Park on Sunday evening, Oct. 1 were •Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor and Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jones and Doug, Mr and Mrs. .Walt Hagen and Don, Mr. and Mrs. John Claude and Steve, Mrs. Cecil Will and Tim, -Rev. and Mrs. Walter Morz and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jorgenson and Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson and Dale. These boys are seniors at Algona high school and most of them have been together since kindergarten.. A few of the boys and their parents were unable to ait- tend. Mr*. Kitty Phillip* and Mr*. Gerry Stillman will be leaving Wednesday, Oct. 11 until Oct. 14 for a Four State Library •Convention being held in Milwaukee, Wis. The four states being Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. A birthday dinntr w« Md Saturday evening, Sept. 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WiUi* Marshall in honor of the birthdays of Mr Bill Mar*hall and Willis whose birthdays were on the 2$ & Nancy MarehaU, daughter of the 'Lewis Marshall's and Alan Marshall, son of the Bill Mar- £h»lls whose birthdays were Sept. 24. Attetiding the dinner was Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mar- EJuJl tail family, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Marshall and family, Mr and Hirf. Roy Hutchinson and son Bobby and Mrs A&ut Mar , mother and grandmother of Willis, Bill and Lewis and tobef i in honor of their two daughters, Bonnie Jo 3 and Sandfl,9 year* old. Guests were Mf. and Mrs. Fred Long, pafsntt of Mr Long, Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Tantow of HamUn Town, Mr and Mrs, Don Sol' be* of Forest City, Mr, and Mrs. fed Long of Blue Earth, Mrs. <Mary Locke of Blue Earthy Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hendrikson of Clear Lake and 'Mrs. Carrie Conbear also of Clear Lake Nowcomori Club will meet on Tuesday evening, October 17 at Sid's Cafe with Mrs. Jay Davis and Mrs. Ed Wilcox as hostesses. Mrs. Dorothy Arndt •of Irvington will give a program on Interior decorating and flower arranging. Writing Mr. and Mr*. Art Olson the week of Sept. 24 was Mrs. Elmer Christian, mother of Mrs. Olson from Emmons, Minn. Mr. and Mr*. John Thompson had as dinner guests on Sunday, Oct. 1, Mrs. Thompson's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Coon and family of Mason City. Tht Algona Country Club will have a continental dinner at the club on Saturday evening, October 14. In charge of the event are Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw, Chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. William Studer, Co- Chair men. Serving on the committee are Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Mr and Mrs. Al Agena, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Clay- tonPercival, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hemmcn, Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chrischilles, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Dr. Karl Hoffman and Mr. J. B. Harris, Sr. Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Goodman with Mrs.- Good man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lane of Whittemore drove to Sioux Falls, So. Dak. on Sunday, Oct. 1 to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mossefin and family. Mrs. Mossefin is a sister and daughter of Mrs. Goodman and Mrs. Lane. The Mossefins were celebrating their 25 wedding anniversary on that day with an: open house. Mr*. Chuck Bohr will entertain the members of, her bridge dub on Tuesday evening, October 10. Members of Mrs. Behr's club are Mrs. Steve McCall, Mrs Chuck McCabe, Mrs. Bill Studer, Mfrs. Beanie Cooper, Mrs. John Burns, Mrs. Dick Walsh, Mrs. Ray Baldwin, Mrs. Tom Cogdall end Mrs. Behr. The Couple* club of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Moen, former residents of Algona, now living in Owatonna, Minn, were guests in the Moen's home on Sunday, Oct. 8. Members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Sheakley, Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hardgrove, Mr, and Mrs. Dean Kinsman, and Dr. and Mrs. Jim Harris. The couples returned Sunday evening. XI XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at the home of Mrs. Corwin Peer on Tuesday evening, Oct. 3. Presenting the program were Mrs, Harley Haas and Mrs. Tom Sampson. . Celebrating hit 4th birthday on Sept. 23 was Bruce Hensley, son of Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Hensley. Guests were Dana and Lori Meyer, Buddy Conrad, Mike Allen and David CogdaU. The children enjoyed riding ponies during the afternoon and a birthday lunch was served. Mr*. Julian ChrUchiltM will entertain members of her bridge club on Thursday evening, October 12 in her home. Members of the club are Mrs. Rex Taylor, Mrs. Jim Kolp, Mrs. Ted Herbst, Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Mrs. Dick Burt, Mrs. Jack Chrischmes, Mrs. Clayton Pittman and Mrs, Maynard Miller, Mr, and Mr*, Own Taylor and family spent Thursday, Oc*. 5 at the home of Mrs, Taylor's fattier, Mr. Herb Zieteke in Lake Mill*. Mr Zielske was celebrating his birthday on that day. ftettrt Lucty, soil f| Mra, Robert Lucey has transferred this fall from St. Thomas College in Si. Pfcuj to the University of low* at Iowa City. Robert is a Sophomore itudent at Mr*. Art Olwn was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening, Oct. 5 in her home. Members of Mrs. 01- AlfMi (f*wa) MONDAY, OCt, f, soft's bridge club are Mrs. Sieve George, Mrs. BUI Krift, Mrs Blead Wegrtcr, Mrs. Mike Smith, Mrs. Dean Kins- . man, MM. Jim Powell, iftd Mrs. Lyle Riedinger. ' Mr. and Mr*7t»w*U Smith spent Wednesday and Thursday in Minneapolis last week. A birthday turpri** party was held Saturday, Sept. 30 at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Goodman in honor of the birthday of Mr. Goodman. Attending the surprise get-together were Mr. and Mrs. Eppo Bulten, Mr. and Mrs. Les James, Mr. and Mrs. Don Schiltz, Mr. and Mrs. Art Weise and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wray. A lunch was served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Benschoter were visited from Wednesday evening, Sept. 27 until Thursday, Oct. 5 by their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Denis Green. The Green's will travel to the East Where they will visit Mr. Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green in Man- hattafi and also with Mrs. Green's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Park Who 'live in Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Green is the former Harriet Benschoter and Mrs. Park is the former Ruth Benschoter. After traevling in the East, 'Mr. and Mrs. Green plan to enter graduate school. Mr*. Emily Block spent the weekend at Mason City with her daughter, Dolly Johnson. Musical group at local church A musical group, the Hymn- time Singers, will appear at the First Baptist church in Algona Wednesday night of this week at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. The group includes a number of men and women singers' who have appeared on network radio many times. BLUE MOUND TURKEY SUPPER BURT METHODIST CHURCH WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11 Serving starts at 4:45 PM. • •*, :U ••"I 4 Roast Trukey — Dressing Mashed Potato** — Gravy Buttered Corn — Cabbage Salad Relish Plate — Homemade Rolls — Jell Assorttd Pie* — Coffee Adults $1.50 Children 12 and under 75c ALGONA MOW - Ends Waimsdw • Oct. 11 : ISTHEGUNFIGHTER IS THE SHERIFF IT'S THE BIG ONE WITH THE BIG TWO! tRXJMMPICTI Startt MGMpresenis A KENNETH HYMAN PRODUCTION ""Dirty Dozen Bated on the exciting best-seller. MHDQHeW ATOWSIG •fj C*nt« Muffe Club will yfif WflB? **WpAI^ VA *Bff^ S?-* Mr, and Mr*. 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