The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1946 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
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DM Good Lockw woiftlt an, rfMd Joan iio*m by the et Tuesday program Shirley ittftief, Vybnne Dlts- tylaiiy Dinners HelcUn lextcm Neighborhood ; Sexton: Mr. and tyrs. B. E. Sanders enieitftmfcc). at dinner 'Fhanksgivinj; at" their home with the. following relatives as guests: ; Mr. and Mrs'. H. i. Hawley and Mrs., Mary Mo'rris,_ Mason. City, Mr. and Mrs. tou,' Eolerieus, Mrs. Hoy MeMahon and children, pi Ajgqna, Mr. and 'Mrs. ftqbeft Bp-. Ignus, north of tift^n, arid Mr. a;nd;Mrs. John 'Pin.k, T'tonka. Mr. and Mrs. Sic* Bemis of Harrisburg, S. 1J,, \yere 1*Kanks- Bivirig visitors at the home'' of their son and family, Mr- and Mrs. Sim L. Semis'. , Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings. entertained at supper Thanksgiving. evening all of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Simpson and children of Whitte- mOre, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sabin anjTrfarnily, Mr. -and Mrs. Virgil Ofennings and family of Algotia, MrV'-rand Mrs. William Norland and:;,Ahree chidlren and Mr.' and MrsI ..Clarence Canaday and baiby s,pn.'~bf near Lone Block. Mr- and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and/children of Mapleton, Minn., were . Thursday evening visitors at ,tlie home of her mother Mrs. Sarah Wise, John Jensen arrived Thursday nofriing to have Thanksgiving clinner .with his sister Mrs. Den- lisj'Goeders and family and in- B d,eed .surprised them as they did'- lin.'! <khbw ' he was coming. Johri- rny's'horne is in Alabama and he s hasp't -visited here since 1941. :Mrs. Drusie -Noble and her smother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, were t .Thanksgiving supper guests at '(.thevhorhe of their nephew and ! I grandson, the Oscar Hammond family, near pqan. " M,r. and .Mrs. "Bill" Hammond lled Friday afternoon at the of his grandmother Mrs. Wise etWoute home from Iowa, City, where they had boon h week. Harvey Johnson returned to his home in Algona with them as Mrs. Johnson is a patient at the hospital and he had been with her the past .iweek. Mrs. Johnson was teacher of the Sexton school until illness compelled'her to ; Quit several Weeks ago. Arthur Melizer, Decatur, III., came' Wednesday morning and Visited on Thanksgiving day with his twin brother Luther 'Melizer, a patient at the home of Mrs.'John Jennings. The brothers jre 77 years Old. He returned to Decatui' Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs; Arthur Klein and farm'ly were Thanksgiving afternoon visitors at the parental Joe "Gink home. Mrs. M ar y Miller of Storm Laike was a Thanksgiving dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders and family and, Friday morning she called on Old friehds in. Sexton. feeling well lately. Mr. and. I^fs. Howard S^rehett and' daughter Connie Hae pf Ames, Spent the Thanksgiving weekend with Mrs. Sarchett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Drayton and daughter Betty left Wednes* day afternoon for Davenport, la., to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. They intend to return Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan and ALGONA UPPEtt MJS MOINE9, ALGONA, IOWA Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom and children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchelt and Connie Rae and Mrs. Jessie Mitchell were Thanksgiving supper guests of the ArLe Diltmcrs. Thanksgiving dinner and supper guests of tne Ed Riches were Mr. and Mrs. Merton Christensen and children, James 'Chris* tensen, Mr. and Mrs. Theo fi-I* bert and Mrs. Elibort's son Vincent Nelson of Whittemore, John Gappa, also was a su,pper guest. Fqut Corners Lois Adams, Algona, .spent the weekend with 'Ellen Witham. George Lee hns been helping Harvey Broadwell with his corn the past few days. 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