8-Algona (!o.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, h!ov. 17, 1955 U*P P'E R DES M O I N..E S._ Family Dinner Hostess Mrs Carolyn Steussy entertained at a family dinner Sunday at Pete's Supper Club in honor of Mr and Mrs Will Wiland of Colorado Springs. Colo. Mr Wiland is Mrs Sleussy's uncle. The regular nieeliny of the AmericHii Legion Auxiliary was held Monday evening at the Legion Hall! Miss Antoinette Bormsetter was guest speaker. Mrs H. E. Lamprighl and Mrs Henry Becker headed the division in charge of arrangements. Rebekah Staff Party The Staff Party of the Rebekah lodge was held Monday evening at Van's Cafe. Mrs Sid Spear was in charge of the dinner arrangements and a Thanksgiving therm, was used. Mis Milton will entertained a group of ladies Saturday evening at her home. They were all former schoolmates. Guests wen Virginia Scanlan. Mrs Hex Voy- le.s. Mrs Marvin Wallbuig. Mr- John McClintock of Des Moines and Mrs Bob Sel/er of Ames. Sewing Cub Hostess Mrs'Charles Hinken was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Hobby Club Meeis The Hobby Club met at the io:m> of Mrs Bob Williams on Wednesday a/ternoon. Mrs Hall an er Hostess Mrs G. G. Hallauer enterlain- xl the business women's circle if t!ie Congregational church at "ier home on Tuesday evening. Let's Talk Let the HUB Be Your Thanksgiving Host Free Oven Dressed Turkey With the Purchase of Any Men's In Our Slocks at 00 and A plump, juicy, oven-dressed Thanksgiving Turkey absolutely FREE . . . that's what the IU'15 CLOTHIERS is offering men of Kossuth county ri^ht MOW and until Thanksgiving. Now you can't heat that, gents, especially when the Huh is offering its finest selection of men's coats anil suits in history. Hut don't delay — we'll have plenty of birds but you'll want to make your selection while our stock is complete. And after you've selected the coat or suit of your choice, we'll be the hosts at your Thanksgiving dinner! Hurry! This Offer Ends Day Before Thanksgiving LEUTEOLDOTJAMS C. Neighborhood Party Mrs Don Nelson and Mr? R. LaBarre entertained at n neighborhood coffee party at the 1 former's home on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Taylor Hostess Mrs Dean Taylor entertainec the members of her sewing Huh last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Max Bartholomew was as-sisling hosr- esS. Bridge Club Mtet Mrs G. D. Brundage was hostess to her hrid.Ue elub on Monday afternoon. Prizes were re eeiveil by Mrs Mabel Puxson Mrs Elizabeth Post and Mrs H. E Lampi'U'ht, Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Hob LaBarre entertainec her bridge elub last Thursday evening at her home. Guest, were Mrs J. F. Milder and Mrs N. J. Bangs who also received the prizes for high scores. At State Convention Mrs Elsie Reed and Mrs Wilma SHayer were official delegate md alternate from the local •hapter of the Degree of Honor 0 the state convention in Des Moines. Another group went 1 own for the banquet Thursday vcning at which Mrs Dorothy Slephenson and Mrs Bernetas ynk were honored guests. Others attending the banquet rom Algona were Mrs Ellen Marshall and Mrs Marie Scuff- ham. Mrs W. C. Irelan accompanied the group to Des Moines nd then went on to Oltumwa to visit her mother. Arthur Peterson, fitonka; and Gerald Frankl, Irvington. Rev. R. H. Lingard, pastor of the Methodist church at Rowan, la. will be the guest ^speaker. His subject will be "Rules Versus Attitudes" and is not entirely serious, but will contain, elements of humor along with the main points to be made. Committees from the three clubs have been cooperating in making arrangements for the event, which will be held at the V.F.W. Hall, starting at 7 p.m. Wed 60 Years Mr and Mrs W. FA Grover, Burt, wil celeorate ih/eir HOIh wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. 27, at their homo. Opin house will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and all relatives and friends are welcome. Grovers have requested no gifts or flowers l.>c brought. Soroptimisl Meeting The Soroptimisl Club held their regular luncheon meeting at the Algona Hotel on Wednesday. The program was in charge of Mrs Mu u el Sorensen and consisted of a talk by Mrs Harlan Sigsbee, leader of Brownie Troop 5 whih the SoroDtirii.sU snonsor. of Mr and Mrs was thirteen on was honoree at Siii Norlon, 13 Siri, daughter Richard Norton Friday and she a birthday party given by her parents. Dinner was followed by a slumber party. Guests were Patty Cowan, Pam Waller, Sharon DeGroote, Jo Ann Muckey, Marijane Williams and Cindy Hardy. Pre-Nuplial Honor Mrs Fred Kent, Sr., Mrs H. M. Smith, Mrs Eugene Murtngh and Mrs R. K. Richardson were hostesses at a tea on Wednesday afternoon at the Johnson ilou.se in honor of Virginia Scanlan. Miss Scanlan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs F. C. Seanlan, will be married December 3 to Lt. jg Philip Everist of Galesburg, 111. 3 Civic Clubs Farmer Hosts Here Nov. 21 Farmers of the Algona area will be guests of honor next Monday evening, Nov. 21, at the annual Town-Farm Banquet sponsored by the three Algona service clubs, Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary. The program wi'l be equally important in two ways. One phase will be announcement of the winners of the annual corn yield contest. This is the first year that tht harvesting of the selected plots by the entries has been done with a mechanical picker. Torsten Lagerstrom has been general chairman of the corii yield contest, and entries are as follows: Hugh Black, Algona; Leo Crawford, Lakolr; Albert and Dale Johnson, Corwith; Ernei:: Naunnm and Virgil Smith, Algona: Al and Bill Erpekling, Algona: W. H. Bosworth. Algona. Harvey Larson, Armstrong; P. A. Holcomb, Swea City; Charles. and Henry Eggerth, Swea City, Law ••"nee Mueller, Fenton; Harlan Haas, Algona; Ed Arend, Algona; Melvin Marty, LuVerne; Plumb New Corn Sealer In Union Jens Sorensen resigned as corn sealer in Union Township Thursday, and was replaced by Fred Plumb, according to an announcement by ASC office manager Virgil Rohlf. , Sorensen's resignation followed his appointment to the county board of supervisors, as a replacement for S. D. McDonald whose death left a vacancy on the board. MASTITIS! , - • Treat ffc« entire quarter with TRIBIOTIC* OINTMENT 130 Alums At LuVerne For Homecoming LuVetne — The Third Annual Homecoming of Alumni of the LuVerne Consolidated School was held in the auditorium Saturday evening, hfov. 12. Approximately 130 alumni registered with the Class of 1894 re- presented by Mrs Kiln Woilo y LuVerne. The high school marching band, under the direction of Mrs William LitUejohn pleased the assembled guests with a inarching demonstration. Supt. B. E. Martin recognized the visitors with well chosen words and introduced two guests, the former superintendents of LuVerne High, Alex Evans, DCS Moines, 1931-1938 and J. Arnold Hjelle, 1941-1951 of Paullina. »A boys basketball game followed between LuVerne and Klemme, with score of 04-56 in favor of LuVerne. In the half time a physical education demonstration by grade boys: under the direction of Claire 'Champino was present"X fanfare by Dwaine Tobey, Larry Henderson and Ronald Stone announced the arriving o the king and queen. Crowned by the former Supt. Hjelle were Linda Sorensen and Donald Baker. Attendants were Ruth Ann Hinz, LeRoy Wit/.el, juniors; Audrey Hanselman and Gerald Larson, sophomore: Julie Ann Prcuschl and Gary Qumn, freshmen. James Mnllory, president of the Chamber of Commerce presented the queen with a bouquet. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends • New exclusive spreading agent gcfi medication right where H bekmgi. • Famous 3-way antibiotic attack not better than ever— faster, surer) Mow oe* 89C to Honsbruch Drug See our large ad on page 11 of the Farm and Home Section P. W. O. Presbyterian Women's Organiiation P.W.O. To Meet The Presbyterian Women's Organization is meeting this afternoon. (Thursday) at the church. Dessert luncheon will be served by Ruth Circle. Mrs B. G. Holcomb is in charge of the Upper Room service 1 , and Mrs Edna Mitchell will give devotions. The program is ill charge of Mrs Willis Colwell. / Beta Sigma Phi The regular meeting of Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held Tuesday evening, Nov. 8, at the home of Mrs Helen Schlievert. Mrs Anita Theisen presided at the business meeting. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Nov. 22 at the Alben Van Buren home with Mrs Pat Metzen as hostess. This will be a party meeting. 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