The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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4-Alfldtia (Id.) Upper Des Malnes Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 Around Algono Mrs Ted Chrischilles is enter taining her bridge cliib this even ing, (Thursday). —o—• Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre and Mr and Mrs M. C. Metcalf spent Saturday in Iowa City where they attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game. John Foih is a hospital patient in Des Moin'es. He\underw\it surgery on Tuesday. ' Mrs Foth went down on Wednesday to be with him for several days. —o— Mrs Kay Isaacson will speak and demonstrate portrait tinting at the regular meeting of Xi Xi Beta Sigma Phi on Tuesday evening. Mrs R. B. Waller is hostess. —^o— Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Stewart Albright. Assisting hostesses wert Mrs Duane Riley and Mrs H. Sabin. Mr and Mrs Hex Voyles entertained their couple card club on Sunday evening. Bill Will anc Mrs Marvin Calhoun received the low scores with the penalty of doing the dishes. Brownie Scouts in Algona cele brated their anniversary and the birthday of the founder of Gir Scouts, Juliette Lowe with a ppl luck dinner Monday evening in Lofie Rock Man Wins Trip To Bahama Isles Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig left Friday morning for a week's vacation in the Bahama Islands at Nassau, as guests of the John Deere plant company. Mr Flaig won the trip for selling John Deere tractors. '• Auxiliary Bazaar Held The Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday evening, Nov. 2 with a pot luck supper and bazaar. During the business meeting it was voted to purchase a book for the school in observance of national education week. A committee was picked to canvas the town between Nov. 13-24 for the benefit of mentally retarded children with Mrs Erich Seegebarth, chairman Those helping her are Mr James Long, Mrs E. A. Lee anc Mrs Ellis Kester. The auxiliarj voted to donate $10. the High School Annex, leaders were installed. New Janice Hudson, who is employ' ed at Fairmont, spent Thursday of last week here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson. Another daughter, Nancy who as attending business school at Mason City was here for the weekend. —o— Mrs David Smith entertained her bridge club Thursday eve«- ing at her home. Guests were Mrs A. J. Ricklefs and Mrs Chas. Simmons. Prizes were received by Mrs Tom McGraw and Mrs Dick Post. —o— Mr and Mrs Floyd Holt spent the weekend at Waterloo as guests of Mr and Mrs Tony Guzowski. Mr and Mrs Pat Cullen and Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller went to Waterloo Friday evening to attend the football game between West and East Waterloo and called on the Guzowskis. Mr Guzowski, former Algona coach, is now at East Waterloo. Mrs Gerald G. HaJJauer was hostess to the Bel Canto music club, Wednesday afternoon. The program was in charge of Mrs Bob McCullough who presented an original playlet. In the cast were Mesdames W. A. Bartlett, M. G. Bourne, John Hayes, Casey Loss, Rex Taylor and Mrs McCullough. •» —n— The June Circle of the Methodist Church will meet this evening, (Thursday) at the home of Mrs Carolyn Bittinger. Mrs Earl Legler will present the program and Mrs Clarence Hunt, the Devotions. Co-hostesses are Mesdames Clarence Hunt, Donald Jergenson and Robert Sigsbco. Evangelistic Trio Coming To City The Crusade Trio, a musical and evangelistic group from Winona Lake, Indiana, will conduct a Crusade For Christ campaign at the First Baptist church of Algona, starting Nov. 15 and continuing through the 27th, Rev. RolanS A. Andrews, pastor, announces. Members of the trio are Evangelist Walter A. Lepp, with 15 years of pastoral experience: Charles Bergerson, pianist and; and Lorenzo Durham, sont! leader and soloist. Meetings will be held at 8 p.m. each evening except Monday. The public is invited. Retarded Child Meeting Nov. 18 The Council for Retarded Children of Kossulh Countv invites the public to attend a' meeting and program at Lucia Wallace school hero, Nov. 18, at ii p.m. which will include the appear• mce "f the -Happy Hanuon- izers", a tfroup of boys from the Woodward State School. A film, "Tuesday's Child", will also be shown. Marlin H. Holl director of training at Woodward' school, will present the program The week of Nov. Ki-^-llh has been designated as National Retarded Child week Wesley To Build Giant Elevator A contract lias been let by the officers of the Wesley Co-operative Society for construction of. a new 250,000 bushel grain elevator which will cost about $165000. The Ibberson Co. of Minneapolis received the contract. and work has already started on the footings, with an early continuation of work next spring planned. Folks in the Wesley area will have a chance to buy buildint; notes, to be issued for 10 years, paying 5% .interest. Officers of the Wesley Co-Op :>rc> Henry P. Arndorfer, Herman Bode, Edmund Otis,-Lester Larson, Victor LoeWa S$$ar& Sea- heig, F. M. Rosmussen, Gay leu ViUthum and Joy A,, SJmw, them get settled home. Mr and New Circle Leaders The Lone Rock P. W. O. met last Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with hostesses Mrs L. A. Newbrough, Mrs Richard Behrends, Mrs Hulda Schultz, Mrs Clinton Rath, Mrs A. D. Newbrough and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod. Mrs Lawrence Rath gave the lesson. The new circle leaders for the year are Mrs Dennise Priebe, Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs Fred Genrich. Each circle leader read the list of their members for the coming year. Mr and Mrs Orville Deardorf and family of Yale spent over the weekend at the parental, Roy Jensen home. Mrs Emma Hurlburt and family visited Wednesday evening at the Lawrence Rath home. Sunday evening they spent at the Clinton Rath home. Rachael and Mary Hurlburt spent the weekend at the Dale Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs R. L. Kramer and 'amily of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the Herman Kramer iome. Mr and Mrs Gordon Wegener and Christie of Greenville, So. Carolina, visited at Dale Wegener home. Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson >vere turkey dinner guests Wednesday evening at the Lutheran church at Ringsted.. Mrs Eva Thompson of Des. koines, sister of Mrs Alex Krueger, spent Saturday nite at the" Krueger home. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards spent Friday at Estherville at the Frank Richards home helping in their new Mrs Kenneth Richards and Billy were guests for dinner Sunday at the M. O. Richards home. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow and Kern were guests Sunday evening at the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Harold Houck and Mrs Mary Houck of Humboldt were Sunday dinner guests at Fred Genrich home. Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson and Sue Ann were supper guests Sunday evening at the R. W Williams home at Estherville. Mrs Lillian Houck, Gary and EJonnie and Case Hildreth of Dolliver called Sunday afternoon at the Wm. Schrader home. Mr and Mrs Eldon Warnkcy and boys of Yale, la., Mrs Buleali Gammelgaard of Ringsted were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Leslie Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Vernon Johnson and family of Ringsted and Mrs Gamnielgaard spent Sunday evening at the Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Howard Seely of Algona visited Saturday evenina at the Everett Hanna home, day the Hannas were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Smith of Burt. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper and family, Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish and family attended the church supper at West Bend Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan were guests for .•••upper Sunday at the Woodrow Pc'.tit home. Friday afternoon Mrs Leslie Johnson, Sue Ann and Mark visited in Ringsted with her mother. Grace Angus, formerly of Burl, lias purchased a new home in Phoenix, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Harold Angus of Hurt left Monday for Phoenix taking Grace some of her furniture. They will also visit in California. _ Dinner guests Monday at the Gerald Radig home wrie Mrs Earl Basbinder and Jo Ann Peterson of Pasadena, Calif., and Mr and Mrs Alex Radig of Fenton. .Mr and Mrs Otto Wiehtendah! were guests for supper Sunday of the Eciwin Wichlenxlahl home. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kennel were supper guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Roy Merchant. Mr Judy were and Mrs Clarence Kiaft. and Joy, Mrs Kraft dinner and supper guest.-. Sunday at the R. G. Borcharclt home in East Chain, Minn. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen were guests Sunday at lie Andrew Anderson home at Lake Park for dinner in honor ul Mi- Anderson's birthday. Mrs Gerald Radig, Mrs Louie Seegebarth attended a funera' Tuesday at Titonka lor IU.> Henry Brandt. Mrs Eugene Pruill and David, were guests for supper Sunday at Lawrence Newbrough. Mr and Mrs John Myer Ju*l ol at the Clarence Martin home. -Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota," Mrs Frank Dreyer, Jo An/i and Jane Were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Tie-' man at Fenton, Mr and Mrs H. E. Miller of West Bend. Elva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith of Algona callea Sunday at the Bernard Miller home. Mrs Naomie Marlow returned home Wednesday from St. Ann hospital. Mrs Louise Godden 6f forest City is staging' With heft Mr and Mrs Donald Newbfough and boys, Mrs Ariha TNewbrough of Humboldt, Mr arid Mrs Aft Long, Mr arid Mrs Ed Ford, Mrs Richard Long and Bernard, all of Bancroft, Mr and, MfS Ralph Thompson and Lavetine, Mr and Mrs Willafd Thompson' and family, Mr and'Mfs Robert Bin- zen and family, Mr and Mrs Roger Long, were dinner guests Sunday at the Jim Loflg home, irt honor of the birthdays of Mrs Richard Long, Roger, Mr and Mrs Robert Binaeh and also the 1st wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Roger Long. Mesdames Merwin Marlow, W. J. Cotton, Art Priebe, Roy Jen* Sen, Ralph Bierstedt attended the funeral Monday afternoon of Mrs Don Houck's mother at Manly. Mr arid Mr8 Bernard Miller are patents of a son,; Alan Richard, born Thursday, Oct< 27, Mrs Bernard 6'DOnnell, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Richard Gross, Mrs Raymond Bierle.'Mrs LeRoy Klepper attended the County Legion Auxiliary, meeting Tuesday afternoon at' Whittemore. Guests Wednesday evening at the Erich Seegebarth Home were Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus, Mrs Jim Long and Donald Marlow, ^Supper guests Thursday even- Ing of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper :were Mr arid Mrs Ernie Frieden and boys of West Bend and Mi 1 Floyd McKain of Env metsburg. Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur accompanied Mr and Mrs Glen Peter and daughter of Hurt to Forest City Sunday where they Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrelfdsi arid Ilia Mae were dinner guests sun* day at the home of her mother, Mrs Ella Sigsbee at Burt. 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