The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 3
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. AROUND ALGONA' Mrs £»6tt»» ffstdgte^s tifrdet- wont an appendectomy Tuesday at Si. Ann hospital. — 6— Mr* R«* Voyles was hostess i* nor s^winR dub on Tursrlay afternoon. Mrs John Lavign'o was co-hostess. pupil* &f MM Loteft Latson's pcfond grade, at Bryant have invited their mothers to E. loa on Friday afternoon. — b^- Mt and M« Glenn Slrayer and Harry Barton attended n Legion of the Moose meeting at Storm Lake on Sunday. Girl Scout Troop 5. whose adult leader? are Mrs Stanley Muckcy and Mrs Maynard Miller, enjoyed a pien'ir Monday afternoon at the Call State Park. James Daughetiy and Mr? T. F. O'Haire of DCS Moinos spent from Wednesday until Friday in Algona. Mrs Daugherty was a guest of Mrs R. 1 Mawdsley and Mrs O'Hairo of Mrs R. K. Richardson. Both ladies are former Algonans, Mrs Daugherty being the former Ruth Dickinson and Mrs O'Haire, Eugenia Rist. Mr^ Lela Stewart arrived in Algona last week .Tuesday from Los Angeles where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs Ray Cohb. She is a house guest of Mrs W. J. Sigsbee and is also spending some time with her daughter, Mrs Charles Roker at Buffalo Center. Mrs Stewart and Mrs Sigsbec went to Dakota City on Saturday and spent lh<j weekend with Mr and Mrs Walter ' Klamp. The kick-off breakfast for the ladies of the Algona Country Club was held Wednesday morri- inp. Mrs Harry Grcenberg and Mrs Keith Nasby, Bode, were cochairman and their committoc consisted of Mcsdames Harold Erickson, Gerald Ferris, Claude Slagle, Frank Reub, Eugene Faul- stieh, Eugene Hood, Don Hutchison, M. C. Metcalf, and Jini Mcrryman., A luncheon and fashion show will be held Wednesday, May 15 with Mrs Rex Taylor heading the committee ;n charge. Sevenrf<-fhr** receive their First Holy Communion Sunday morning at 1hr> 7:30 Mass at Si. Cecelia's Church A breakfast will follow in the Academy Hall. B*pt!*m* Sunday at St. Cecelia's Church were Sandra Rose., daughter of Mr and Mrs Aloysius J. Thilges: LuCinda Jo .daughter of Mr and Mrs Clair Flogstad and Patrick Dennis, son of Dr. and Mrs Joseph Rooney. The Re*. M. H. Brewer was gufist speaker at a Mother and Son banquet at Geneva, Iowa on Thursday. Mrs Brower and .the children accompanied him and they were overnight guests of his mother who lives at Geneva. . — o — Mt and Mrs Robert Sigsbee spettt Tuesday and Wednesday at Iowa City , where they took Mrs Sigsbee's father, Adolph Bruellman of West Bend to enter University Hospitals. They were accompanied -by Mrs Bruellman _ o~— Mr and Mrs Max McKelvie c\ Fort Francis, Canada spent frnir. Tuesday until Thursday here visiting relatives. They we re- house guests of Mrs K. S. Cowan and. also visited Mr and Mrs Ben Baakken and Mr and Mrs Fred Kent, Jr. Mr and Mrs A. E. Briggs and Mr and Mrs Ed Mittag spent the weekend at Webster City where they visited Mrs Bi -iggs' son-in- law and daughter. Mr and MIT Bernard Ennels. On Sunday Mr? Briggs attended a meeting at tty(J Women of The Moose. — o — Ruth Circle, young mothers organization of the Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Joseph Skcnv at Wesley. Mrs Ernest; Egel and Mrs Wilbur Reinders are co-hostesses. Mrs Glen Jone? will give devotions and the pro- 1 gram will consist of a work night. — o — Mrs Harry Barton and Ronnie and Barbara spent Sunday at Behnond where they were guest? of Mr and Mrs M. B. Danowit? who formerly lived here. The occasion was the First Holy Communion of the Danowit?.' son. Michael. Mr and Mrs Barton arc his Godparents. Thursday, May 9 r 1957 Aloona (la.) tlppfr Dfc* Eighth grade fcmftfe teems taught by Mrs Earl Sprague pnd Mrs G. W. Stillman had a picnic Tuesday evening at the state park. -—o— New 6#ie*f* of ih* Caiholk Action Guild elected Thursday May 3, are Mrs Larry Gi.sch, Jr.. president: Mrs Leo Mergen, vice- president; Mrs Perry Byam, trea surer; Mrs Henry Gfiltnfeld, secretary. To Weil Burt Man, June 16 Mrs Roger Phillips i* a patient in room 328 of Park Hospital in Mason City. Mrs Phillips was a patient there two weeks ago, was released to come home for a week and returned Monday for further observation. Eight Specs card club me* Wednesday evening at the homo ' of Mrs Lester Johnson. MIT- Henry Johannson and Mrs Geo i Stewart, Sr. were guests. Prize;were received by Mrs Johannson and Mrs Stewart and Mrs Beecher Lane. —o— Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles and family and Mr and Mrs Boh Lovslad and family of Bur! spent Sunday at Sac City whrrr they visited their brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Hanford Voyles and Mr and Mrs Sam Morrison. Final plans for two Girl Seoul Day Camps were made at the combined leaders and executive board meeting held Tuesday evening at the Druggist Mutual Insurance buildi/ig. All Brownies will camp May 31 from 2:30 until 8:00 and June 1. from 10:00 until 4:00. The 5th and Rth grade Intermediates camp will be held at the State Park. The camp committee consists of Mrs Helen Mikes, chairman, Mr: Robert. LaBarre, Mrs Max Bartholomew" Mrs Dick Norton and Mrs Geraldine McKean. Lakota Mrs Ida Smith arrived home- last Monday from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where she had spent the winter. She accompanied Mr and Mrs Bob HeetlanJ of Buffalo Center. Mrs Heetland is a daughter of Mrs Smith Mr and. Mrs Leonard Weinkauf moved Thursday into the house owned by Wm. Bauman. The Ailts estate house vacated by Weinkauf has been sold to Mr Mr and Mrs G. Calvin Van Loon of Knoxvillo, Iowa, announce the engagement and forthcoming June 16 marriage ^of their daughter, Lois Georgene, to John D. Teeter, son of Mr and Mrs F. E. Teeter of Burt, Iowa. Both are students at Iowa State College. Mr Teeter a senior ih engineering and Miss Van Loott a .iun ; or in home economics education. and Mrs Orville Kionitz who will move into it. They have been living in a trailer home. The Hawkeye Federation of Luther Leagues met Sunday in St. Paul's Lutheran church at 2 p.m. A banquet was served at 5:15 followed by a vesper ser* vice. Mr and Mrs Harry Mussman went to Ellsworth, Minn. Sunday to visit the George Mussman family. Mr Mussman, Harry's brother is critically ill. Gets Airline Post Donald F. Hansen, son of Mrs Olive Hansen, Irvington, has been assigned the position of Station Agent for Capital Airlines. He will be stationed in Chicago, 111. (TDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! at new telephone building Wednesday through Friday, May 15, 16 and 17 between 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. each day. ate invie... and iVs your opportunity to go backstage — to inspect Algona's new telephone building and see in operation the modern dial system that now serves you, "Guides will conduct you through the building, explain the operation of the equipment and answer questions you may have about your service. The hours are from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, May 15-17. We'll enjoy having you as our guest — come and bring your friends. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Algona telephone men and women at work .., the dial twitches in operation, connecting telephones as numbers are dialed , , , the operators at work handling calls at the new long distance switchboard . . * the equipment that rings your telephone, and many other interesting features of your new telephone system. IMPORTANT MESSAGE from RAY'S MARKET To All Who Have Received By Mall LUX-SPRY-WISK COUPONS In The Lever Brother* 00,000 'EASY WIN' Here Is Ray's Additional BONUS OFFER: CONTEST Just Fill In and Bring Your "EASY Wl N" CONTEST ENTRY BLANK To Ray's Market. We Will Mail It In For You a nd Should The GRAND PRIZE Be Won By An Entry Blank BEARING Our Store Name and Address, Ray's Market Will Give The Winner W FREE GROCERIES Think Of It! $1250 Worth Of Free Groceries/ WORTH Your Choice of AND WHEN YOU BRING IN YOUR BLANK, BRING THE COUPONS, TOO - SAVE AT RAY'S I . .•- U-. :.-... 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