The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1946 · Page 3
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At^ONA UPPER flES MOWES, AT,GONA IOWA, Circle of ithe Presbyterian church will iHeet Thursd nooh, Feb. 7, with the ladies as .hostessed Circle £A. IE. Kresenskyj Circle -~ ? Frank Gelgel; Circle CMMrs..J<',A •Held; Clrclia D-JWrS. 0, B. Hdtt.' 18 nt niHIuUy Party—. In honor of her daughter Gw'ets'i ,,ninth.! birthday, Mrs. Ernest Egel 'entertained 18 little girls who are classmates at art after-school party Friday, Games Were played artd at "•bingo" Jean Dilliriger was the ;wlnnefi Ice;cream and cake wfls served at the close of" thfe afternoon. • • Wed Twenty Years— i In honor of the 20th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dalns, Mrs. Keith Strayer'gave a surprise paty.;at the Dains h6tte; Friday evening.- The evening was .spent playing 500, Mrs. Oran Hlid- ?son won the 'high score prize-'for women, and. also the chair prize, and Mrs. Homer Young won' the low 'Score prize for the women; 'Clyde Priebe won the men's high •score prize and Ernest Egel won •the low score prize. Miscellaneous Shower— . A miscellaneous shower and tea < .was given Saturday afternoon for Miss Jean Murfagh at the 'home of Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Other host- •esses were Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs. Ahvin Huenhold, Mrs. Lawrence Gillispie, Mrs. Walter Kerhpley and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson. Miss Muri tagh is being married Feb. 15 td Sterling Goff of Louisville, Ky. . • . • Farewell for Mrs, Baker—Mrs.' Walter Jensen, Mrs. Chet Williams and Mrs, Bob Williams were hostesses at a farewell party Tuesday evening in compliment to Mrs. Durwood Baker who was leaving soon for Kansas City. Other, guests were Mrs. D. D. Paxon, •Mrs. Cydney Laird, . /Mrs. LueUa 'Baker and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, jjifthe-' evening was spent playing' *•"*; bride at which Mrs. Paxon, won the; high: score prize, Mrs. Luella -Bak? er ithe low score prize. (Mrs. Baker ! was given a farewell gift. Mrs. Brundare Hostess— •'"••••• Mrs. G. D. Brundage entertained the members of her bridge club Wednesday, -afternoon. Two- tables' k were in play. -Mrs,. James, BUrna nd Mrs. Harold Lamprigh't were jests. /'' Ing Club IJumess— ^ . A. ?*ardy was hostess to •dub members :T.uesday . Mrs; H;vT;:Burikufske was a guest. . :: ; ••'•'''•-' •• : --y\: .-''-".;.?; . , S/ti^'and'Mrs.' Jess Lashbrpok were^guests at' a dinner Jan. 30, givenafbyi their -daughter, arid her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bernar Bode, in celebation of their 'silve wedding annivesary. Other guest . were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, an \sons Jqe^ Donny and. Bob, who i lome on leave from the navy, Mr {nd Mrs. John tMcGuire; Mrs. Ger jld 'Ashlock and daughter Laur \ee of Mason City, Mr. ., and Mr vis -Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Jake God h a'ricTiHarley Burtis of Mason ity. Mr. and Mrs. Lashbrook re ived a member oi gifts. Cowan Hosjtes*-— [Mrs. H. R, Cojvan was hostess to im'embcsrs of her O.N.-Q. bridge ub Friday evening. • :erry Mixers? Meet^— Mrs. Clinton; Lighter entertain- her sewing dub Friday ; ntter- \)on.' The club consists of ten Ambers and Is called the "Merry (ixers". : ..;'...'•„ '••",;..: . ,. : 3.' 1 0. S. Program Thursday— rhe.W. S, C. S. of the .Methodist /urch meets Thursday-for a oj\e plock luncheon. Mrs. jB, 'R, Rich- dson is chairman assisted toy rs. Roy Adorns, (Mrs, R. L., Reid Is charge of the^ devotions arwi iss Sonstetter will give the pf i, O, B. Lain* Entertains— rs. 0. E, Laiflg.errteptfiihed at inday supper honoring; tltebix(h> ys of Miss Antoinette. Bpnste^eP; d -Miss, fertha Gpdjfpeyj whose rthdays were Feb. 3 an^.-11 - 1 ectively t Q^ier • ' Mis Miss, , . , jlen Comfort and MJrs,, Comfort! d Mis,s l[ren6;C!<»le, . nnlversary ."ipwtsr™-;.,. , . s, Harvey fpwple hf v& wedd were, .j ' ' Mr v and, Mrs. T. L. Larson an- nduncft'/the 'engagement of their daughter,, Meredith, to William •Hubbins, son; of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Httbbins, o£ Madison, Wis... 1 Meredith.\W11 graduate in May 'from' St." Luke's. Hospital, Chicago, •where.she has spent the past four years ih: nurses, training. • Mr.- Hub'bins will graduate and receive!his doctor's'degree in December' irorn the Northwestern Medical Shool in,Chiago. The .couple plans to be married In December in' Algona. CrMco Club Meets— : The - Cresco Mothers and Daughters club met with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wildin, Friday evening. This, was a family affair and a covered dish supper was enjoyed at seven o'clock. The/evening was spent playing "Bunco." High score prizes went ; tO"Mrsi Alice Clayton and Harold Reuthler. • Low 1 score prizes were won by Mrs. Myrtle Hayne and .John' Fraser. >«5s; Ndrt6h Hostess— , Mrs. Richard'Norton entertained the.member?•' of her bridge club"Thursda^'evening. Mrs. E. J. - Zenderj wim the high score prize :ahd?M«. Robert La Barre won the aefcjfd 'high score prize. Bwthday^Pariy—- '.• At: the'home of Mr. and Mrs. "M^fle,'Pratt a.,party -was given Friday^. oVehing in honor of the Kda*;' Guests were ^fKT^r. and' Mrs. ^?!Mf,-vand Mrs.iR. &iy and'^Mrs'. Lewis -yind Mrs, Milton and' vMrs.-,.Beecher .nd Mrs. W. A. Hardy, Mrt nhd;Mrs;'Bob'Neely, Maurice: Muller^and);Sob;Smith, ,the latter' of Hamrri6nd,\' ? Ind'. The evening was spentj playing, cards. Celebrate 30th Mr. and Mrs. Nick Krieps of Wesley were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when a group of relatives and friends came to help them cole-brate tfheir 30th wqdding anniversary. Cards were played, nnd a lunch, -brought by the guests, was served. The couple was presented with a rocking chair and a purse of money. W. C. T. U. Meeting— The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Wddnos- day afternoon at 2:30 with Miss Belle Purvis. Mrs. Leo Rast will lead devotions. Dorcas Society— The Dorcas Society of the First Lutheran Church will meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Edwin E. Johnson, 200 Water Tower Ave. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. G. D. Brundage and Mrs. Roy Davis. Terry White is Twelve— Terry White, son of Mr. and Mrs. James White, celebrated his 12th birthday Sunday by talcing three of his friends to the movies and then playing games «ind having lunch at his home later. The other boys were Philip Kohlhaas, Elclon Winkcl, and Dickie Reynolds. Bride-to-Be Honored— A miscellaneous shower was given Saturday afternoon in the V. F. W. hall honoring Miss Betty Ann Devine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Devine, who is being married Feb. 12 to William Daley of St. Benedict. The afternoon was spent playing cards. Birthday Party— In celebration of her birthday, Saturday, Mrs. Roy Keen entertained Mrs. W. G. McCullough, Mrs. Burton Thorpe, Mrs. Don Smith and Mrs. L. R. Potter at dinner at George's cafe, after Which the ladies went to the home of Mrs. Keen for cards. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown entertained at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller and/laughter Dorothy, Mi;, and Mrs. Jerome Hardgrove, Mrs. Fern Hardgrove, Miss ^Atha Hardgrove aVid Charles Hardgrove. Get Home Com fort fhaf Lasts « Housetime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB ... Phpnc u> today v .^__ ^ _. CowanfildgSupplyCo. Phono 275 ..'';. ALGONA, IOWA family in Reunion— At the ]jomc of'Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Tillinghast Sunday, a family reunion was hold for, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hall of Santa Ana who have been hero the past week, and left for their home Monday evening. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nnlson, Mr. and Mrs. James Stebbins and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Calver of Fort Dodge. The Woman's Association of the Congregational church will meet Thursday, Fell. 7, at one o'clock. Mrs. Albert Granzow's division will have charge of the luncheon. Devotions will be given by Miss Ella Thompson and Mrs. A. L. 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