The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1954 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1954
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4~*Algana Ha.) Uppfer Oes Molnes Tuesday, Detember 41, 19S4 Family Dinner Held Mr and Mrs Gene Paulstich entertained at dinner Sunday, a family celebration of the second birthday of their daughter Barbara Jean. Quests were Mr and Mrs -Louis' Fraser, Patty and Becky, Mr and Mrs Arthur Leelc, Luanha, David and Delores, Mr and Mrs James Baker, Michael ;and Sherrie, Mr."and r Mrs Earl Bates and the honoree's sister- Sandra Jane. : Organ Society Meets Mr and Mrs Homer Tuttle entertained tjie members of the Hammond Organ Society last week Tuesday evening. Family Xmas Party Mr and Mrs Brail Wright will he hosts for the first time at a Christmas gathering of their entire family, together with grandchildren. Mr and Mrs Bill Wright and their three children will be here from Billings, Mont., and Mr and Mrs Bob Wright from Elkader, Iowa, will be present with their two children, Daughter Mimi will complete the roster. Hold Store Party The Bjus'trorfi store personnel, Wives and husbands, held a party ,Thursday' at the Country Club. Alter tne dinner they went to Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton's where pictures were shown. The picture of contentment— you and your family and a new MOORE'S Circulating and Radiating Gas Heater. MOORE'S Gas Heaters provide clean, economical, effortless heating luxury. Six models available, .from 20,000 Btu. to 85,000 Btu. Input capacity per hour. TODAY'S FOREMOST HEATER FEATURES *Cast Iron Primary Combustion Chamber *One-Piece Cast Iron Burner , *Robertshaw Thermostat* %^i^f Model U40 inputCapacity ^Automatic Safety Pilot * VS«V r '- 40.000 Bty. per hour., :*AGA Approved * Extra accessory Visit us today-learn the advantages of economical, healthful heat with a new MOORE'S Circulating and Radiating GAS HEATER, Y GAS CO. 109 SOUTH HARLAN OPPOSITE HOME FEDERAL Christmas Parlies The Riverdale Friendly club met Wednesday evening,, Dec. 1, at the Johnson House, f6r their annual Christmas banquet. After a turkey dihhef, during which the BUti Trio placed," the' evening was spent playing, cards, and guts were exchanged. The Algona Townsend Club met at the W. A. Carney home for a Christmas party and business meeting Tuesday evening, Dec. 14. Jean Liaiiier presmeu at the business session. Uameb and a potluck lunch Closed the iestivities. rhe New Year's parly will be held at the Holdren home at 610 North Jones street tne evening of Dec. 1 2d< . The Plum Creek Farm Bureau and Hoinemakers held a joim meeting weunesday evening, Dec. 15, at the community room. Glenn Gabrielson conducted tht business meeting, and group singing was led by moyd tiode. Helen Harrison, Mary Keith and,Donald Etherington gave reports, and a children's program was presented, with Florence Kain m cnargfc. Contributions for the adopted family 'were brought by thn member's. The next meeting will be held Jan. 2o at the home-oi Marjorie Bode. The December meeting of the Irvmgton Ideals 4-H cmb was held at the home of Virginia Simmons with 17 members present. Carol Frideres gave a demonstration, ana Betty Wickwire gave a talk. I'he group also voted to purchase a camera for the club contribute $o to the Youth exchange. JoAnn Klemme, Judy Froemich, and Karen Sialer were in charge of : the entertainment. Christmas gifts were exchanged. The club also attended an Algona Dairy 4-H club party Dec. 7 at the Center school house. Dean Benschoted, Don Froehlich and Dennis Schoby were in charge of the games, and Mrs Martin Seller served the refreshments. There was an exchange of gilts. New Arrival Mr and Mrs Don Sherman are the proud parents of a baby girl born Tuesday, Dec. 7, at St.,Ann hospital. The new daughter has been named Linda Louise. Mrs Sherman is the former Marvel Boughten, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Boughton of Brtt, and Don is the son of Mrs Dot Sherman of Des Moines, and the late Henry Sherman, former Wesleyans. The Shermans also have a four-year-old daughter, Claudia. Fifth Birthday Mrs Edgar Campbell gave a party last week Monday for her son Jimmy who.was observing his fifth birthday. Guests were Marilyn Zimmerman, K a t h y Hobbs, Debbie Will, Carol 'Richman, Diane Kuhlman and Warren Pepper. Games were played and refreshments served. flfldal ^ .,. Mrs Vaughn Brown, Mrs Haflan Haas, Beverly Harvey and Opal Kern were hostesses Wednesday evening, Dec. Ifi^at a miscellaneous bridal shower held at the Ralph Brown Residence, honoring : the approaching marriage of If is Lieb to Marian Heubers of Bancroft. Quests' attending were Mrs Joe ^rarner and .Mrs Arthur Mulligan of Bancroft, Mary Griese of Bu'rt, and Mrs-Mat-tin Hube?* Vera Semon, Mrs' "Wm. Sparks, Mrs Lyle Anderson, Mrs Ward Allen, Mrs Gene Zender, Karol Hanson.. Jean Lettsing; Mrs Jeri McKean and Ramona •Arhfahr, all of Algona. Games furnished thff evening's entertainment, following which the hohoree opened her gifts, and luncheon was served by the hostesses, assisted by Mr,' Ralph Brown. Sorority Xmas Parly Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held its annual Christmas party Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, at tha home of Barbara Haggard. Mrs Helen Haas presided at the brief business session which preceeded the social hour. Gifts were exchanged by Secret Sisters, and gifts for County Home residents were also brought. The aproaching. marriage of Iris Lieb to Harlan Herbers of Bancroft was announced by the traditional gift of candy to her sorority sisters, and the chapter presented her-with a bridal tray. The December business meeting will be held Tuesday, Dec. 28^at the home of- Mrs Mildred Cufn- mings, assisted by Mrs Helen Schlievert. ; Christmas Buffet . Mr and Mrs R. E. Lieb entertained Friday evening, Dec. 17, at a t;00 o'clock" Christmas buffet, m honor of their daughter Iris- Anne and Harlan Herbers of Bancroft, who will; be married Dec. 22; Guests included Mr and Mrs John Herbers, Vernon Hsr bers, Mr and Mrs Arthur Mulligan and Pat Bradley, all of Bancroft; Mary Griese ,of Burt, Ve'ra Semon, Opal Kern, Joanne Dahl, Loren Johnson, Mr and Mrs Harley Haas, Mr and Mrs Vaughn Brown, Mr and Mrs Melvin Theisen, Mr and Mrs Don Winkel, Mr and Mrs Dick Cook, Mrs Jeri McKean and'Jeah Lensing, all of Algona; Orville Elljngston of Ottosen, ana.;A72C Dehnis W. Lieb of Biloxi, Miss. • , Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Matthew Streit entertained the members of her bridge club Friday at eleven thirty o'clock brunch. \ Christmas decorations were used and there was an exchange of gifts. Mrs Herman Hauberg won the prize. Deanna Ludwig. 13 ' "< •• '•'' \Deanna Ludwig was 13 .years old Saturday and was hostess .at a party ilveft by. her mother, Mrs Vernefl Ludwig. -The gffis in her room at sdhool Were guests. Games wefd played -ahd luneh was served. Shower Honors A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Iris Lieb wad held Sun- uay atterhopn, Dae, IS. Hostesses were Mrs Edwin Lieb and Rose Sehnke of Lottd Creek, and Mrs R t A. Behnke of Algona, 'a'unts of the honoree. duests in attendance were Adelia Behnke and Mrs 9 Albert Meyer of Lotts Creek; Mrs Wm. Boettcher, Mrs Fred Boett* cher, Mrs Ous Krause, Mrs Elsie Creyer. Mrs Lena Zumach, and Mrs Alex Radig, all of Pen ton; and Mrs 1 Adam Lieb, Mrs fred Qronbach, Mrs Glen Long, Mrs Ray Funk, Helen Gade, Mrs Paul Schneider and Mrs Louis Hackbarth, all of Algona. The afternoon was spent playing Bunco, following which the honoree opened her gifts, assisted by Mrs Long, Luncheon was served by the hostesses. * Firm Dinner Parly Bradley brothers gave a dinner party Saturday at the Johnson House, a Christmas party ior the •:hop personnel, the husbands and wives. Mission Group Meets Members o£ the Regular Baptist missionary society met Friday 'afternoon with Helen Scott. Mrs 1 Jack Limbaugh gave the devo- tons. > , : ' i ..' ^_.J * Mrs Robert Richardson was given a farewell party Wednes? day afternoon by Mrs Leo Stevens,, Mrs Robert Williams and Mrs Chloris Kennedy, at Mrs Ed Haggle. The woraeri are te*acher§ and assistants of> the Methodist primary department of which Mrs Richardson • has .been superintendent. 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