The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1954 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1954
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Christmas Parties Order Of Day For Wesley Clubs C.D.A.'s hol& their regulat, meeting Wednesday evening. ,D6c. '1; They vdted to have their annual Chtistmas party on Monday everting, Dec. 20 with an exchange of 50c 'gifts. On the refreshment committee are Bernice VitzthUm, DorothV'Martinek, Hose Mary Dornbief,' 'Madeline Grant. Lulu Hanig' and Clara. Haverly. On the entertainment committee, will be. Erma Kunz, Elaine Downs, Pauline Pfeffer. Gene- vteve Goeiz, Lucille 'Nelson, Mary Forburjer, Irene Hanig, Lucille Hefner;. Mary Richter, Viola Loebig and Phyllis Walker. .firidgett Smith, lecturer, read a paper. Josie. Gpttge ' received the at- tendattce pi-l'/e.i v, . , Follqwing-the business meeting prize and 500-was played. Mary Weber and Agnes Lickteig won high and low score prizes in bridge.' Bernadine Hamilton and Lizzie Dornbier won high and low in 500. Ruth Mary Hrubes received the lucky prize. On the entertainment committee were Dorothy Martinek, Katherine Hamilton, . Bridgett Smith, Helen Youngwirth and Emma Studer, Margaret Root, Mildred Martin, Thelma Blain, Rose Hauptly, Anna Cink and Dprothy Becker. .Women of the parish are urged to make the Marion Year Pilgrimage to St. Mary's Catholic church in Corwith Wednesday, Dec. 8. They are to meet-at the parish at 2 p.m. Auxiliary Xmas Party The American Legion Auxiliary will' hold its annual Christmas party in their rooms Thursday evening, Dec..9. - . ' > A pot luck lunch will be served at 7 o'clock followed by enter- tainmeiu and an exchange of gifts. Prairie Neighbors Parly ftiej PraiHe Neighbors will hold their annual Ghristmis' party-''at the 'J. M. Kunz liotrie Tuesday, December' 21. Mrs; Hertula Wolf will be assistant hostess. Mrs Rosemary Dornbier, Mrs Mary Kay Studer and Mrs Donovan Studer s will have charge of the entertainment. 33 At W.S.C.S. Meet The W.S.C.S. met at the R. E. Newbrough home Thursday afternoon, Dec. 2'with 33 women present. Mrs Theron Hansen gave a flannelgraph ''illustration and reading.* A collection for an orphan's home in York, Nebrwas taken. A program of music, readings and games followed the lesson. v Stork Visits Hildmans An 8% pound baby /boy born to Mr and Mrs-Rudy Hild- nrian at St. Ann hospital, Algona Tuesday, Nov. 30. Mrs Hildman is'the former Bernadine Hilbert, daughter of Frank Hilbert Sr. of Bode. The young' couple have another son Luke, who has been at the John Hildman home. /Mr and Mrs Edwin L. Johnson of St. James, Minn, were Nov. 29 overnite guests at the Frank Johnson home. They were en- route to Alamo, .Texas, where they will spend the winter months. Prisoilla Phoebe Society of the Evangelical Free Church will not meet during December. At the!*" Nov. 23 meeting they elected Mrs George Seaberg chairman, Mi's Lester Larson, vice-chairman and re-elected Mrs Howard Futjne- mark secretary and Mrs Raymond Carlson treasurer. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests In the J. B. Weiland home Mr and Mrs Charles Weiden and family of Corwith; Mr and Mrs Orville Weilaftd and family, Mr and Mrs Joe Miller and family all of" Wesley, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson and daughter of Leavenworth, Kan., Mr and Mrs David ,Kleiftpeter and son of Des Mbines' arid ;Mr' and Mf3 Frank '' Yii«it)ay, 7, 1954 Algono (Id,) Molnes-7 Mr arid Mrs H',E, Hemrriingsen and Carol sand-Mrs Hemrnihgsen's mother Mrs Alice Walks? ; of Redfield' spent Nov. 27 and 28 ,iii Newell with the Chris and Ernest. Hemmingsens. Mrs Walker is spending 6 weeks here. Mr and Mrs Ed Farnum and family of Shenandoah spent the holiday weekend at the parental, P. C. Haynes home. Louise Hauplly went to Rochester Tuesday, Nov. 30, where She has employment. Mrs Joe Skow and Mrs George Seaberg were called to Watertown, S. D., Thursday, Dec. 2 by the illness of their father Wm. McElmurray of Clark, S. D. who is hospitalized in Warertown. Mrs Ivan Johnson and her 9th grade home economics girls gave a holiday luncheon for their mothers Tuesday, Nov. 30. Each mother was given a" colorful cOr- ,sage. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard, Mr and Mrs Luther Nygaard and their families went to Livermore Sunday, Dec. 5 to attend "the annual lutefisk dinner of the family at the Virgil Smith home. Methodist church circles will hold their . Christmas parties Wednesday/Dec. 15. The K.Y.N. Circle at the Charles Nygaard home, the Ruth Circle at Glenn Fullers and the Marian circle at Will Halterman's. Mrs Elan Johnson, Washington, Iowa/-spent Nov. 24 to Dec. 4 with her*' daughter Mrs Theron Hansen and family. The Hansens took her home Saturday and visited enroute with their daughter Carol Hansen R. N, at Iowa City. The Catholic Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 1. They packed 19 boxes of clothing given by members of St. Joseph's Catholic church, and sent it to Korea. . \ , . Mrs Tom Forburger entertain'., ed hef bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs Ed Hildman will< entertain the women Thursday afternoon, Dec. 16. .•.:-.. Mr and Mrs Alvin Swanson and family have moved to .the farm vacated by Mr arid Mrs Carson Simpson. Simpson moved lo their home in' Wesley. The Jim Ryburn's of Britt moved to the farm vacated'by Swansoris. Mr and Mrs Ji M. Kunz and children were 6f30 dinner guests at the parental, Clarence Ward home Sunday, Nov. 28. The family dinner honored the birthday of Mrs Ward's brother* Henry Shore who lives at the Ward home. IF'. Ill'S NEWS-** WE WANT IT NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Uppei Des Moiftes Pub; Co., Aigona. A GIFT THAT WILL BE REMEMBERED EACH WEEK FOR 52 TIMES; A SUBSCRIPTION to the Algona Upper Des Mows \ "Kossuth County's Most Popular Newspaper" $3.00 Per Year In Kossuth County and adjacent tov^ns $4.00 Per Year Elsewhere SUBSCRIBE NOW! 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