Garden Club Hostess ,, Mr .s- Charles Fox entertained the Garden Club Monday after' noon. Couples Meet The Couples Club met Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs, Robert Williams, Sewing Club Mrs. Robert McCullough entertained her sewing club Tues* day afternoon. Mrs. Rusk Hostess Mrs. Bless Rusk entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday evening. Play Cards Mrs. Bertha 'Pommer entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. The club met the previous week with Mrs. Kenneth Kickbush. Linda Sherman, 7 ' Mrs. Don Sherman is giving a tarty this afternoon (Thursday^ for her daughter Linda, whose seventh birthday is being observed. Guests are Liz' Anderson, Christie Elmore, Susie Harris, Connie H e m m i n g s e n, : Lori Herbst, Misty Lloyd, Lori Siemens, Peggy and Jean Marie Zender. Games will be played and lunch served. Hosts Bridge Club Mrs.- Jack Herrion entertained her bridge' clutr at a Christmas, party Monday-evening.' Bridge Club Met' D£ and Mrs. 'Harold' firicksoh were hosts to their bridge club at a Christmas party Dec. 3. Date Changed The Algona. Federated Wo* men's Club will meet Monday, Dec. 11, at ,7:30 p.m. with Clara Amesbury for. the artnual Christmas party and prdgram. Members are requested to bring gifts for the patients at the state hospital at Cherokee. Please tak6 note of the change of date. ' . ™—»«««* • ! ' ; MM. Hlwlz, 80 ; 4 A pre-^birthday observance f"or Mrs. Laura Hintz, who was 80 years old Thursday (today) was held Sunday 'at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sdeley's, her son-in-law and daughter, ^vith whom she makes her home. 'Mr. and Mrs..Bob Gergen,' Le Seuer, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boisjolie, Minneapolis, and Mark Seeley of St. PAjil'-aiid the respective.. families were here. They are granddaughters aiid grandson of the h6nbrtv. Wed, 25., Years v . Mr.'-and Mrs. Cornelius Zatigg 'were pleasantly surprised Satur-' day evening when a gwujj of friends, came to help,them eele- bfate the'fr' 2S"t1i wecfdth'g arihi* versary, Present were ,thd ,Vic Ne'Ufbths and Mary Ann, #en- heth Besches and Fifrnan Hefn- ens, Algona, 'Ray* Hogans, Clare, Robert, Hogans, Whittemore, Ceor|e Studers and Earl Johns, LUVerne. The guests brought the lunch and presented Zauggs: with EL purse of money, Kbren Zaug'g, Dds Moines, spent Sunday with her parents. ' Wed SO Years Mr. :and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer celebrated their golden Wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. 26. A family dinner was served to 50 relatives at Van's Cafe. Open house followed from 2 to 5 p.m. at St. Cecelia's Academy. A daughter, Mrs. Albert Gould, and Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer poured. Mrs. Edw. ' Reding 'assisted by Mavis Gould, cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs;. Soetc, served ica cream. Sheila and .Mau; feeii Gould, assisted by Connie and Bonnie Pech, had charge of the guest book. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Art Ristau, Mrs. Floyd Erickson; Mrs. Wm. Pech, Mrs. Jerorrie Eisenbarth ,and Mrs. Richard Balk. • Tuesday, Nov. 28, the couple their attendants., relatives ; ana friends, attended High Mass celebrated 'by Msgr. Gearen, cousin Ellen Siemer was organist. Following the mass breakfast was jserved at the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reding home. They have one son, 1 Sylvester, Algona, a daughtei (Ifidelis) Mrs. Albert Gould of Jacobson, Minn., 13 grandchildren and one ] great-grandchild. ' i ' Alice Kresensky Alice Kresensky left Sunday by jet plane for Sengli, India where she will serve for two years »in a mission school for girls, t teaching 1 religious drama., Miss,'-Kresensky, daughter of Mrs^'ClaWs ttrese'nsky < and the late 'Alfred ( Krese'nsky v of Algona, was commissioned' as' a church worker at a meeting of the North Central Iowa Presbytery here in September. 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