The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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14, 1961 Club ., e. ahd Mrs. Richard Burt and . and Mrs, James Kolp ate entertaining their couples club at a«, Christmas party Sunday evening at the Country Club. >»j ' * j * - Dtann* Dallttan, 9 : !ter. *fid IBS. Richard Dallman had the latter's father, Del Mar- Ifljv, Lone flack as guest, a week ago Sunday If >was an observance ttt the .ninth birthday oa daughter, Deanna. Bridg« Club M«t -The Algona Duplicate Bridge CTub met Dec. 6 at the country club, With the, following winners; Bferie Kunz and Marie Hawtott, first; Arlene Hakes and Evelyn Wight, second; Mr. and Mrt Meynard Miller, third; and Mr. affld Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom, fourth, next meeting will be Dec. [ at (be Country club, Alan Taylor, 8 . Mrs.-Ronald Taylor gave a party Dec.,.2 in honor of'the eighth birthday of her Son, Alan. Guests were Billy and Danny Smith, Billy Winters, James ana Duane Stock and Ricki stein- man. The lads saw Santa Cldus on State street and. attended life matinee after which; lunch .was served. , - -' v Mkld Marshall. 6 Mrs. Willis Marshall gave a party Monday honoring the sixth birthday of her daughter, Micki. Guests were Jan Armstrong, Verlelta Christian, Marlene Golwitzer, Kancy Heider- scheidt, Kin^ t Peterson. - Judjtji Simons, Chafla Jo W)lker,.tu Rae Walker, Susan Jergensdri, Patty and Linda', Marshall and Doug Bilyeu. Pat .and Pain Pe- Coy were unable .to be .present because of H<*tt Bridg* Club Mrs. Joseph Roottey was hos ttss to tfef bridge club last Thursday at a Christmas party. The previous meeting of the dtib WM with Mrt, Don Potter Mrs. Elgin Allen was high score prize winner. ' Brace Marshall. Id . Mrs. Willis Marshall gave a" party Tuesday afternoon hono»- ing the birthday of her son Bruce, 10. His guests were Steve Jacobsen, David BilyeU, Hobbie Claude, Tom Laing, Russell Bird, Pat Elbert, Chuck Redemske. Kenny Marshall and Kim Slorti- ker. At both parties games were played and lunch served. j I •mo *' fRay BilSborough Wds s honorfed recently, by the Students; at Lu&a Wallace school where" he is custodian in recognition of the recent announcement of his engagement .to Patricia Ward. A program "This is Your Life" was given and Ray was presented ~"' " « » T *. * d I' . "~'""" !" with a gift The hondr complete surprise to hirn. ttttne dft JUMHte ' Mr, and Mrs. tertained at dinner ;3uriday h oring their Soft, RMald,, who i* home from Korea where he has been in the air force '"Fftwa here he win be sent aftef 30 days 'to Glasgow, Mont and will be accompanied 6y his wife/ OtKlft guests were his wife, Mf. arid Mrs. Kenneth PerciVal, Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey' Reid and David, Mr. and Mrs.' Lloyd- Gerfaer and David, Mr. arid Mrs. Gary DoddS and Brenda and'- Joy . tiitoi' Hospitalized , aroW ci4rk/pUb«[lhS6|!o1E The Bancroft* Register, ehiered ' St Ann hospital Sunday for medical treatment, and is expected to be there the balance of the weeki Ue is being treated for swelling of a leg. *'"'', or St. Joe Double Shower Sf. Joe —i. Banns of marriage Were published in St Joseph's church Sunday for Barbara Ann ,Thul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, from here and George W, Forsythe, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Jtojr Forsythe, .West Bend. Also, banns of marriage wer£ published for Charlene Kathryn thul, daughter of Mr. anfaari. Eugene Thul, and Lonnle'L,*'Mil- ler, son ,of Mr. and, M^s. Wajftie Miller, West Bendj " i, . '• A double wedding ceremony will be held in * St. Joseph's cbut:h Thursday Dec. 28. ! a .Barbara and Charlene '.Thiit were honored at a pre-nuptiai double shower Sunday aftemooi. in St Joseph's hall with relatives and friends attending, the ,<S>Ur» Mli 'assisted : wlt*i ,t(jr lief Sstef, Mrs,; And Mft. Jame* late was assisted tot and her sistefi ,. g , , ' "-t : >, The afternoon 'was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Don Reding re* ceiving high, Mfs. Connie Kun- KeL secohd'high, and low, Catoi ErpeJdihg. Mrs.' AlSid . Reding received the door jE>ri±e. •Barbara. Kathryn Sales, infant daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. & M. Gales, was baptized Sunday in St Joseph's church by ReV. Leo ScHumacher. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bakef- of ilavenndre were sponsors. : i ! % ' » - j ,' ' ' Mrs. Eugene Thul entered St. Ann" hfaSpital in Algona Monday morning as a medical patient. Howard .Bonnann' underwent an appendectomy at St.* Ann hospital in Algona,' returning home . tMr. and Mrs. George Wagner dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs! Jim Doak- i; ,..',. T, ; ,>} afed Visited in the aftertiotin. ;'femiJy formerly, liy-, djRev. Illg is a tousin Mr. 'arid Mis. from Currte, Minn. » ^ » , • » | Former Rmgsted Druggist Dies A *. T^^^J. . ., .L"W^ . j( .— Louis F. Heiden, 88, former Ringsted druggist, died Tuesday, Deb; 5,; ^t'the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville where he had been a 'resident for 2% years'.' He was born June 23, 1873, in Benton county, Iowa, and Was married Sept 20, 1889 'to Bessfi Maude Burcellat Garrison. lie worked as a druggist' at Ringsted from 1938 until 1948 when they retired. Shortly 1 after moving to the Good Samaritan Paul's LUtfcefart ith R|v. 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