The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1967 · Page 2
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2-Algona (la.) Upper De* Moines Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1967 HLGON/A UPPER DE3 N HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Andrew Gotten and Mrs. William Navoichick gave a party Friday in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Wesley Bartlett. Other guests were Mesdames Andrew Cubit, Glen Graham, John Schutter, Ted Fisher, Fred Geigel, William T. Becker, L. L. Synder, Kenneth Geilenfeld and the honoree's mother, Mrs. W. A, Foster. Juvenile guests of the Gotten children, Katie, Paul and John, were Sara and Lori, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder. - o- IS HOSTESS Mrs. Andrew Gotten entertained at a coffee Monday. Guests were Kate Bormann, Barbara Monroe, Judy Kingfield, Bonnie Miller, and Lucille Navoichick. Mary Thilges was unable to be present. Mrs. D. J. Shey and family were dinner guests Sunday ofDr. and Mrs. Andrew Gotten. Dr. Shey was out of town. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. John Dutton is entertaining her bridge club Thursday. - o - COURT OF HONOR Boy Scout troop 71 Court of Honor met Oct. 25. Darrell Steven is scoutmaster. - o - PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Richard Thoreson entertained her bridge club last Wednesday evening. - o- BEL CANTO The Bel Canto Club met Oct. 25 with Mrs. Julian Chrischilles. "Ballads and Folk Music" constituted the program and was presented by Mrs. W. B. MacDonald and Mrs. Jerry Cowan. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Steve George and Mrs. John Vint. - o - SORORITY MET Zeta Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Oct. 17 with Mrs. Willard Zeigler. At this time, Christmas gifts were wrapped for soldiers in Vietnam. Mrs. Richard Cook will be hostess at the next meeting which will be Nov. 7. - o - NEWCOMERS CLUB Newcomers Club met Oct. 17 for dinner. The next meeting will be Nov. 21 at 7:45. The club has adopted a family for its Christmas project and at this meeting the canned goods they are giving will be collected. Mrs. Gerald Bomgaars will present the program. - o MR. AND MRS. Albert Eischeid of Carroll were weekend guests at the home of the A. J. Eischeids. Evelyn Froehlich and family and the William Taphorns were callers during the weekend. Mrs. Russell Cook entertained her bridge club Wednesday. BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Jim Allen was hostess to her birthday club Wednesday evening. The anniversary of Mrs. Frank Ostrum was observed. The evening was spent at cards. - o - SERVE CLUB Mrs. Walter Klamp, Mrs. Viva Hoover and Myrtle Turnbaugh served the lunch at the meeting of the Rebekahs Tuesday evening. - o- LOTTS CREEK CLUB The Jolly Neighbors Club at Lotts Creek met Wednesday evening, Oct. 18, with Edna Meyer as hostess. Nine members answered roll call: What Fall Work I Enjoy the Most. Phyllis Rusch reported on the packet lesson on "Laundry Methods." The next meeting will be November 15th with Gladys Fuerstenau as hostess. - o - HONORED AT BIRTHDAY Mrs. Beatrice Baldwin was the honored guest at a surprise birthday party given for her by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Marshall and family at the Moose Lodge, Saturday evening, Oct. 21. Dinner was served to 45 guests, and after presenting gifts to the honoree, the evening was spent playing cards. - o - CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Loren Johnson was host- ess to her bridge club last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Robert Kramer was a guest. - o Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist Church met Oct. 23 with Mrs. Fred Erickson. Devotions were given by Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and Mrs. Glenn Graham gave the lesson. Methodist Church W.S.C.S. members met Oct. 26 at 9:30 for a sacrificial breakfast. October circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will serve luncheon at noon for the TB Association. Mrs. Perry Collins and Mrs. Lawrence Kees are chairmen. 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