Art Frieze aM Mi's Harlan Blanchard ,entef- taffteffl. at . & : > partSr Wed. evening: 'in ' .hdribrof, the: birthdays of MI'S Erlclr Se^gebarth and Mrs defence .Kraft at the Priebe hbtte:; ^Present besides' the hon- byfd •giifcsls Were '•' Mesdames Milton 'Madis'dnY Roger Jensen, Ro'n- ald ChristeiMbri,:W<»odr6ty Pettit, Me>t6 n , Larsdn; 'Jesse Blahchard, E.;A.., Lee and, Kenneth, Jackson. J »Meelg Today '-'•••' ThevLprte Rock . P.W.O. will meet Thursday afturnoon, Dec. 1, at 2 p.m.jin the, church parlors with hdste&eVMrs A; Krueger, Mrs -A. .Shasers Mrs: % G. Flaig. Mrs Emil, Person. Mrs Merwin Marlow and Mrs Warren Thompson. Program will be presented by Mrs .Milton Madison, ^w.ith re~ cognition • of , new members and installation of the, new officers for the coming year. ^ 1 ; ,<• <• •WestmiAister Fellowship 3 group; will, go. .caroling jhejft . .Sunday Dec. 4, then return' to the church for- lUnchartd .a -Christmas, gift exchange. ' Auxiliary To' Meet" >The . Lone .Rock'. American Legion Auxiliary will. meet Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 7, with hostesses Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Hiilda Schultz, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Jack Quinn and Mrs Bernard O'Dbnnell. Lone B.ocfc"RoCkeis • ;' '.' ; '•"'. The regular- meetjrig :;0f the Lone ' Rock-Lively Rockets" was held Nov. 16, at the home of Kay Geitzenauer with Janice Elsbecker assisting. Several girlf( including Maxine Meyer, Eileen Binzen, Nancy Fischer and Kay Geitzenauer were delegated to attend ~a session ,tp help the girls fill out record s books, held ' at Seneca' on- -'Nov.' IP; "Proper Table: Setting" was the title of a demonstration given ',by . Kay Geitzen,auer. ':•„,• ••'...:•<;* Guests over the . Thanksgiving holidays 1 at the Bernard O'Dori- nell : 'home wei - e Mr and Mrs Martin Walsh, Jack and Billy of Chicago, 111. Thanksgiving day dinner guests included Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh, Alice and Phil Garry.. 1 Supper guests at the Lawrence Geitzenauer home Thanksgiving day were Mr and Mrs Ed George of Estherville, Mr and Mrs 1 Milton Geitzenauer of Cprwith, Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer', and- family, . Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer oT Fenton, Carlotta Cfees and Shirley Smith of Cor- With. , , ; .; . Thanksgiving day the Ed Blanchards and Mr and Mfs Delbert Blanchard ahd son Rick Lee were guests, at parental , Alex Evans home'in Des MbiHes. David .Johnson , and ^Kermet Krueger, were -sup-gel';• i guests 1 Sunday jevening at the t!i M; Jensen home in honor of tneir son Jerry's fifteenth birtndfly t -, Dinner guests Thanksgiving day at.the Frank Flaig's :jvere Mr and Mrs G. ; W> ,Heerdt and Mrs Gertie Aekerman of Buttj Mr and Mrs Rodger Jensen, Kathy and flodney>Mr and; Mrs Carl'Peter- son. '".' ' - ,' '• -. ' - ; \ \',- •' i : ! Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard ahd.family 'and Joe Householder were Thanksgiving day guests at the parental Ben Schmidt home? Supper ; guests included M>- and Mrs.Fritz NewbroUgh and Stevie, Lila Schmidt and Donnie/Riebhoff. '. - . _;•• Mr and Mrs tionald Blanchard entertained Thanksgiving day. Quests were, .her mother, .Mrs Hilma , Ericksbn ahd her sister and family, the' Elmer Frank's,' all of Swea City and Alvin Chris-' tianson of Algona. Don Jensen and a friend Glen Losen, students at Luther col j le'ge,. spent Thanksgiving .day at the; parental E. M.-Jensen home. 'Dinner, -'guests , Thanksgiving day at the 'Kenneth Jacksbn home ./were Mr and Mrs "Angus Cotton, Mrs Thecddre Lohrmarin, .and ,N. L, Cotton. . . , • Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard, Cynthia, Jill , and Mollie, Mrs Mayde''Blanchard spent Thanks-, giving day: and were overnight guests in .Des Moines. ? ' / Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Gowrie were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Charles Morris holme. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained Thanksgiving day. Guests' Were 'Mr and 'Mrs E. A. Lee, Susan and Michael, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Kermet and Janet, Mrs Pauline McGuire and Wm. Christenson. ' Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and family spent Thanksgiving day at Altoona where they visited the Ed Moores. They also visited in Des Moines at the Dale Ruling home with Mrs Ramus' aunt; Mrs Myrtle Vining. : Mr nnd Mrs Martin Peterson of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer were dinner, and supper guests Thanksgiving day at the Deimar Fischer-home. Mr and :Mrs Gerald -Radig, Mr and Mrs Louise .Seegebarth and family enjoyed a pheasant fry Tuesday evening at the George Alke home at Titonka. Mr and Mrs Andy Nauman, Mr and Mrs Henry Dacken, Mr and .Mrs Lewis Reidel of Burt, Mr and Mrs Edward Kain of Algona were Thanksgiving day guests at the -Walter Dacken home. Mr and Mrs Rogef Palmer and family of Algona visited . at the Dacke'n home -Sunday eyening. Mr and Mrs Geo. 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Aridfew' THo'm's6ft spent ^ed* nesday ift Fort Dodge where;, he attended a elevato^ ¥ Co<Ob meeting. • . , „ Barbara Quinn and Kariti-Bas der returned to Ames Sunday. . Mr anct Mrs Emile Person, Patty ahd Johh visited Sunday evening at the EJdon Dun/tan- home in Feftton. , •.< j Mr and Mrs Geo. B. L6ng and family,• Mr and',Mi-s Clarence Ackerson, Mr and .Mrs.. Everett Ackerson and girls^vMfS I^ena Warner of Lfedyard, .Tonie\ Nem- meis and Norma of Arma.'kan.. were Sunday: guests at .the Mar« vin Ackerson 1 home at Wesley. Mr 'and Mrs Ray Snyder'oi Goldfield were dinner . guests Sunday evening at the i Don Houck ,hdme. ' •• Thanksgiving day guests at the FredriSk Schultz home were 'Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz ahd if am* ily, 'Mr arid -Mrs Wm. Faulstick. Of Whitterripre; ^Mr-atid MYs- Jpe Stemberg of Elmore; Mr and Mi's A. A. Krueger} Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger and Mrs Hultia Schultz.' Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyejr and family weru dinner gUests Sunday at the Larry., Alt home itt Fenton. Mr and Mrs Earl Eichhorn and family of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Dai-ryl Saderburgh and .girls of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs James Eichhorn and family of Ames Were'' Thariltsgiying flay dinner guests at the Art,Person home. S Leon ; Marlow'spent Thanks- living va'ca'tion with: his parents, tfte Eldon Marlows. ' .Leon> is stterTaing University of-'SdUth Dakota at Vermillion. Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghaus visited her father, Emanjuel Ostrom, Who is a patient a't, the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich called at the Herman Kramer home Tuesday evening. Mre O. C. Ta- bor, mother of Mrs Kramer, visit•et at tli8.iKfafftt3f.< Borne frbrtt Wedne.sday, ' till Ffiday. Mr and Jp • (dferaid Angus en-: tef taifled f KWksgiVin ff ,ditt- An|us,: QSofgia andV, ^^ce, Mrs Robert ;Attgus and Suwn all. |)f Burt; , -,Mrt- and Mfs LawrencS Dittmer. :ah<d girls, Jteby AhgtfSu? • Mr and :Mr.s Albert ;§hhser, eM tertained; Tiiahksglvlrig /d a^ Guests i^fire,. Mr alld Mj-s, Ray' mond tftnbf and Rodney,) Mr, a«q Mrs . Maiifice Wejsbtfod/ ChjM a'rid -I Tetty, Mr andr ;Mrs :DS|e WegenM *and Cormie*; JMr ; flifio Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath, Mrs Emma Hurlburt . and family, , Donna Zumach, Mr and Mrs ' Sylvester Brace ahd boys, Mr, WmiJtetrrW L.u verne fthd .David; HpilspoldOT,, •• 'PinrJer" guests ; ; Thanksgivirig day at 'the A., D, Newbrpugh home were Mr and .Mrs .LaW'. rence Newbrough and family, .Mr and Mrs Fritz .Newbrough and Steve. '; • , , •' •. . ' ' • ; •'" . •• '', ;'.' Mr "Jind Mrs Owen Berhow- were. TKankag'ivihg' -day Ju^fef giifests "at" the. T Frahk Rottfiriqrti«| hbme'at ElmbreV :'£'.-. ;^< 0-:nr;*; ; ; Mf and Mrs Mntbri Madi|oh ( ' Kent and Mary. Lee, Mr amjMrS John Munch and Jackie, .Mr And Mrs "Bob 1 Peterson of Ma?dn 4 City Were dinner guests Th:anK|gi^in| at the .Charles Osborn^hdmeV!;^ Mr and' Mrs' Walter Elsbecker and daughter were Thanksgiving supper guests at the home ,of her sister and family, the'Jack Me'drS, of Algona. • • . . Mr and Mrs Charles StaUdt and girls spent the weekend at the Walter StaUdt home at-vVermil- liori,' S, D. : '.. • : '. i : ' •'• :'•':'. , '-,:_. Mr and Mrs Riphard Behrendi are the parents of a son born Nov. 14, at the Fairmont 'hospital, TJie: little lad weighed A pounds 12 ounces and has ,beeh named Raymond" Allen. Mr and Mrs Marvin Leigh of Algona are the parents of a daughter born Nov. 26 at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Georgia Marie. John Elsbecker, son of Mr and Mrs A., J. Elsbecker, arrived home Saturday evening for a 13 day furlough. ' The Idle Hour club will hold a card party Wednesday evening, Dec. 7 at the Art Person homo. Mr and Mrs Milford Mitchell called Sunday evening at the Ben Mitchell home in Fenton, the occasion being the Ben Mitchell's (i5th wedding anniversary. Guests over Thanksgiving holidays at the Bernard O'Donnell home were 'Mr and Mrs Martin Walsh, Jack and Billy of Chicago, 111. Thanksgiving day dinner guests included Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh and Alice and, Phil Garry.' , : : Church Groups In Active Week At Swea City ' Swea City—Lutheran Mission Aid will meet Thursday p.m. at the church parlors. Mrs Roy VaJvick will be program leader, and Mrs Robert Briggs will lead devotions. Music will be furnished, by Mrs Lawrence Hantol- mart. Hostesses will include Mesdames Harvey G. Larseri, Wallace Johnson, Allan Strong, O. D. Simmons, Robert Be'xell, Vernon Pehrson, Arthur' Larson, Art •£. Anderson and Miss Edna Pearson. Luther League will meet Thursday evening (Dec. 1) at 8 o'clock. The entertainment committee includes Janet Thoreson, Michael Ewing. Roger Madsen and BrUce Gabbie. The Methodist all-church Fel- ftwship supper will be Sunday evening, Dec. 4 at the church parlors, at 6:30. Ronald Hammer is home enjoying a-vacation with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs S. Hammer. Ronald received his discharge from U.S. service >lasf Nov. 22. He will enter college beginning the next quarter n' Iowa State Teachers, • Mrs Ida E. Larson accompanied her brother, Alfred Andersor. of Fairmont, Minn, to Waterloo on Saturday, to visit their brother, Robert Anderson, who is seriously ill at his home there. Pastor Youngquist announces the first Christmas program prac- Thursday> December T,' 1955 Algona (la.) Upper De« Molne»-S tice will be Wednesday night after school for junior and Intermediate classes* ' Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson, Janet and Paul attended n family dinner at the home of her sister, Mrs Frank Schriber and fmnily at Ruthven, Thanksgiving day: Other guests were the parental Ed Jsnsens of Algona and Mr and Mrs Palmer Jensen and family of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Gail Kesler and family,-Minneapolis, were guests Saturday and Sunday of his father, C. H. Kesler. Thanksgiving guests of the Rev and Mrs Everett Beal wei'e his sister and family, the Herschcl Moffitts of Rock Island, 111. and his niece Janet Fuller o£ East Moline, la. Dai'yl and LaVonne Peterson of Minneapolis and Dick MoNenl also • of Minneapolis spent tho weekend at the Bernard Peterson home. • Mrs Emil Larson was hoslcsf. to the teachers and officers of the Baptist Sunday School Monday evening. C. H. Kesler recently visited his brother, Albert, who is hospitalized at a hospital in Ames and his sister-in-law, Mrs Alice Spear in Des Moines. While at Ames he had a check-up for a heart condition, which persuaded him to take a three week's rest. Baptist Guild groups I and III will meet Friday. , Group I will maot with Mrs Wm. Dorsey, Mrs Chester Farrington assisting host- es'S. Group III will meet at the Eltlon Link home. Portland News Mr and Mrs Herman. 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