The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 6
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. .AROUND ALGONA' Mrs L. S. Muckey entertained her bridge club at her home on Wednesday afternoon. —o—• Daisy Ellis of Britl conducted the first of a series of Ceramics classes Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Algona Hotel. —o— Mr and Mrs Harry Barlon, Mr and Mrs A. E. Briggs, Mr and Mrs Don Clark, Dr. R. J. Thissen, and Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson went to Sioux City over the weekend where they attended the state convention of the Moose Lod The first grade al Bryant schoo taught by Mrs Bonnacker held a get acquainted party for the mothers on Tuesday afternoon. The ladies of the First Lutheran Church will hold a bazaar Saturday Nov. 5 at the Moose Hall. Lunch will be served at noon. —0— Mrs Harlan Sigsbee entertained her bridge club on Thurdsay evening. Guests were Mrs Stanley Muckey and Mrs Bill Barry, Jr Prizes were received by Mrs Clair Thomas and Mrs Muckey. Mr and Mrs Bob LaBftrre were at East Okoboji Tuesday where they closed their cottage for the season. —0-— The Cub Scouts Held their monthly pack meeting Tuesday evening at Lucia Wallace school. Mrs C. C. Shierk's Den was in charge of the program. Mr and Mrs Bob Williams. Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton, Mr and Mrs Ted Chrischilles and Mr and Mrs Julian Chrischilles spent the weekend in Minneapolis where they attended the Minnesota Michigan football game. Bob Williams stopped off at Albert Lea on the return trip and remained there until Monday on business. Members of all local BtOWriie Scout troops met together for a song fest Wednesday evening after school at ^th^Legion. Hall. Mr.s Helen Mikef adirected the singing. %, Mr and Mrs Matt Kapp had as their weekend guests, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bill Hemmihgson of Dea Moines. Mrs Hemmingson is the former Louella Kapp. _WQ_ Mi- and Mrs Ed Wolcott and Mr and Mrs H. E. McMurray were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Hofer at Clear Lake on Sunday. The McMurrays plan to leave about November 10 for Glendale, Calif, to spend the winter. The Wesminsler Fellowship, young people's organization of the Presbyterian church will meet Sunday evening from 5 to 6:30. Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw and three children spent the weekend at LeSeuer and Pfylord, Minn., where they visited then- parents, Mi- and Mrs Walter McGraw and Mrs Bertha Friederichs. . ' Among Algona couples attending the Minnesota-Michigan foot- all game at Minneapolis over the weekend were Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet, Mr and Mrs Willard Stephens, Mr and Mrs Leo Cassell, Mr and Mrs Orvillfe Wicks, Mr and Mrs O. B. Harmes, Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan an." Mr and Mrs Clayton Percival. Mr and Mrs ftussell PScfeeil and three children spentft 0 " 1 Friday until Sunday at Red Oak where they visited Mrs Pitkett's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs SterHng Logue. —o— Judy Pickeit, daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett celebrated her fifteenth birthday recently with a picnic at the Call park. Guests were Faye Loss, Sandy Medin, Helen Kuhlman, Marcia Anderson, Paula Priebe, Mi mi Wright, and Karen Hutchins. Sandra Strahorn was unable to attend. Mrs Marih.r Sherman spent last week in Des Moines with her son and daughters-law, Mr and Mrs Neal Sherman. Mrs Sherman was assisting in the care of her new grandson born a week ago Sunday. The Neat Sherman's also have an older son, Mr and MfTftSft Smith plan to fly to Chicago* Friday in their plane. Mr Smith will return home on Tuesday and Mrs Smith w U remain for a week's visit with her sisters, Mrs Edward JVteyer, Mrs Edward OWens and Eleanor Fleming. Upon conclusion of her Chicago visit she plans to take a commercial airlinei' to New York City where she will spend a couple of weeks with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Robert Corcoran. The annual Fall banquet of Alpha Psi and Xi Xi chapters of Beta. Sigma- Phi. will be held Tuesday evening, Nov. 1, at the K.C. Hall. Jean .Ellen Lensing ,will be 'toastmtetress^and Mrs Walter Schlldknecht, Mrs Jerome HardgroVe and Mrs Russell Pickett will be the speakers. Pat Dupey, Mrs Pat McGinnis and Mrs Lucille Roberts will be pledged to Alpha Psi Chapter and Mrs Beverly Will and Mrs Pat Taylor will become Ekemplars; in Xi Xi chapter. A dance will follow at which husbands and friends will be guests. •Mrs Ed Gilmore is entertaining her bridge club , this evening (Thursday) at her home. Mrs Dean Parrott will be hostess to the members of her bridge club on Thursday m» ,H/////////Mlt* CHILI I £ LIBBY'S Sliced oi 1 Halves Peaches IT WHIPS LUNCHEON MEAT ^ -^SNACK... 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