The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1961 · Page 21
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Thursday, April 13, 1961 Around Algona Mrs W. A. Foster had as her guests over the weekend Mr and Mrs Max Richards of Elkndcr. —o— Mr and Mrs W. C. Taylor returned last Monday after spending Ihroc months at Brownsville, Tex. Mr and Mrs Don Ferris are parents of a 7 pound, 15 ounce son born Monday evening at St. Ann hospital. Dr. and Mrs R. 1C. Richardson had as their guests over the weekend Mr and Mrs Tom O'- Hairc of Des Moincs, Prospective first grade pupils at St. Cecelia's Academy are to register at the Academy after each mass next Sunday. Den Mothers of Cub Scout Packs 70 and 29 had a meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Cubmaster Ed Sindelar. —o— Men's council of the Presbyterian church will have a dinner meeting Tuesday evening. Joe Skow and Lloyd Gerber are in charge. John Kain and HUBS Waller returned last Thursday from a three week trip through 17 states, including Florida and New York, by car. —o— Eldora Dobbins, who has been spending a month in New Mexico with former Algonan Mrs Nellie Galbraith, is expected to return here next week. Catholic Daughters of America are meeting this evening (Thursday) at the V.F.W. hall. Thoy will have a bake sale Friday afternoon at Hood's store. —o— Dr. Karl Hoffman and Dr. Leroy Strohman attended a meeting of the Ipwa Unit of the American Society of Dentistry for; children at the-Hotel Savery, De'SiMoines, Monday. • ' „;-.,>,> - •.-.•• Bel Canto music club met Wednesday afternoon with JVCfs M. G. Bourne. Mrs Ralph Weber of Bancroft was assisting hostess and Mrs Richard Mawdsley gave the program. —o— Mr and Mrs Wendell Feasier, Kathy and Richard spent from Saturday through Tuesday at Bradgate where they were called by the illness and death of Mrs Fc-astcr's father, Ole Knutson. Fourteen Methodist young people attended the district MYF rally held at Emmetsburg Sunday The Algona group had charge of the evening worship service. Karen Haase is president. —o— Infants baptized recently at St. Cecelia's Catholic church include Daniel James, son of Mr and Mrs Darrel J. Davis; Colleen Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nash J. Mondragon; and Jerome Melvin, son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Kramer. —0— Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs J. K. Lytle. Co- hostesses wore Mrs Warren Nelson and Mrs Donald Hemmingsen. Mrs Leon Martin gave the program and Mrs Richard Burt, devotions. Bill Bourne, Eugene WiJtcopf, Bill Sigsbee, Jack Vipond and John Plait, Algona high school debaters, with their coach, Dick Palmer, went to Iowa City today (Thursday) where they are competing in the state forensic tournament. —o— Mrs Joan Dunson and children of Des Moines and Harriet DeCamp visited at the home of Mrs Esther DeCamp Sunday through Monday a week ago. Mrs John Bergman of Burt also visited Mrs Esther DeCamp and sisters during the past week end. —o— Mrs Anna Shackleford has returned from spending the winter in California. She visited her son, Dick and her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Les Browning at Sherman Oaks. On the return trip she spent two weeks at Davenport with her son, Floyd who brought her back to Algona and remained for a short visit. —o— Xi Xi, Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, had a rush party Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Dick Cook. Mrs John Hays showed pictures and told of her trip to Japan. Rushees are Mrs Eugene Faulstich, Mrs Wallace Hill, Mrs Howard Stillman, Mrs Danny Davis, Mrs June Nelson from Zeta Xi chapter and Mrs Jerry Anderson, Mrs Richard Me Ginnis, Mrs Pat Metzen, Mrs Russell Pickett, Mrs Lee Sehenck and Mrs Charles Schlievert from Alpha Psi chapter. WANT ABS BRING RESULTS

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