Party Honors 2 Birthdays At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Mrs Art Priebc and Mrs Harlan Blanchard entertained at a party Wed. evening in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Erich Seegebarth and Mrs Clarence Kraft at the Priebc home. Present besides the honored guests were Mesdames Milton Madison, Roger Jensen, Ronald Christenson, Woodrow Pettit, Morton Larson, Jesse Blanchard, E. A. Lee and Kenneth Jackson. P.W.O. Meets Today The Lone Rock P.W.O. will meet Thursday afternoon, Dec. 1, at 2 p.m. in the church parlors with hostesses Mrs A. Krueger, Mrs A. Shaser, Mrs W. G. Fiaig. Mrs Emil Person. Mis Mcrwir Marlow and Mrs Warren Thompson. Program will be presented by Mrs Milton MadJson, with recognition of new members and installation of the new officers for the corning year. Westminister Fellowship group will go caroling next Sunday Dec. 4, then return to the church for lunch and a Christmas gift exchange. Auxiliary To Meet The Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday afternoon, Dcr. 7. with hostesses Mrs Fred Gcnrich. Mrs Hulda Schultz, Mr.< Rose Kraft. Mrs Jack Quinn and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell. Lone Rock Rockets The regular meeting of the Lone Rock-Lively Rockets \va. ! held Nov. 16. at the home of Kay Geit/cnauer with Janice Elsbecker assisting. Several girl.', including Maxim.-' Meyer. Eileen Bin/.en. Nancy Fischer and Kay Gcitzenauer wurc delegated to attend a session to help the girls fill out record bonks, held at Seneca on Nov. IP. "Proper Table Setting" was the title of r. demonstration given by Kay Geitzenauer. Guest? _over the Thanksgiving holidays at the Bernard O'Donnell home weVc Mr and Mrs Martin Walsh. Jack and Billy of Chic.ifio. III. Thanksgiving day dinner guests included Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh, Alire and Phil Garry. Supper cuc.sts at the Lawrence Gcitzenauer home Thanksgiving, day were Mr and Mrs Lei Gnrpe of Estherviile. Mr and Mrs Milton Geit/.cnaticr of Corwith. Mr and Mrs Delbcrt Geitzcnauc-r and family. Mr and Mrs John Gfitzenauer of Fenton, Carlotta Cr6es and Shirley Smith of Cor- vvith. Thanksgiving day the Ed Blanchards and Mr and Mrs Delbert jBlanchard and son Hick Lee •were guests at parental Alex Evans nome in Des Moines. David Johnson and Kermet Krueger were supper guests Sunday evening at the E. M. Jensen home in honor of tneir son Jerry's fifteenth birth-Jay. Dinner guests Thanksgiving clay at the Frank Flaig's ware Mr and Mrs G. W. Heerat and Mrs Gertie Ackerman of Hurt, Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Kathy ,'mc! Rodney, Mr and Mrs Carl Peter- .ion. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family and Joe Householder were Thanksgiving day guests at the parental Ben Schmidt home Supper guests included Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Stevie. Lila Schmidt and Donnie Hieb- hoff. Mr and Mr.s Donald Blanchard entertained Thanksgiving day. Guests were her mother. Mr.i Hilma Erickson and her sister and family, the Elmer Franks, all of Swea City and Alvin Christiansen of Algona. Don Jensen and a friend Glen Losen, students at Luther college, spent Thanksgiving day at the parental E. M. Jensen home. Dinner guc-sts Thanksgiving day at the Kenneth Jackson home were Mr and Mrs Angus Cotton. Mrs Thecdore Lohrmann, and N. L. Cotton. Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard. Cynthia, Jill and Molhe, Mrs Maude Blanehard spent Thanksgiving day and wore overnight guests in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Jark Johnson and family of Cowrie were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Charles Morris home. Mr :<nd Mrs Uonald Ch.-istc-n- wn entertained Thanksgiving day. Guests were Mr and M.-s E. A. Lee. Sufan and Michael, Mr and Mis A. A. Kruoyrr. Kermot and Janet. Mi- Paulino Mc- Guirc and Wm. Christi-n.-'on. Mr and Mrs Loo Kanius and family spent Thanksgiving day at Altoona whore they visited, thi" Ed Muuu->. Tlu-v a~!"> vif,tc.l n- Dt-s Moints at the Dale Hilling nonie \vith Mrs Rainu.-;' aunt. Mr-Myrtle Vining. Mr and Mir- Martin Petr-rsor of Anrstri.ni!. Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer VIM-'' ii'.nniT and suppei guests Th;uik>givmg day at the Delmar Fischer home Mr and Mrs Gerald Radii;. Mi and Mrs Louiye See.uebaj tM ;:n-i family enjoyed a pheasant fry Tuesday i-vcnir.u at tiie Gcorgi A!kc horn,- at T;t»nl;a. M; and M:.- Andy Xaurnan. Mr aiv.i Mrs }K-mv Dai:k<. n. Mr and Mrs Lewis R-.-itlf.-l of Bur!, Mi ;:nd Mrs F,iwai;i Kain "f Algona were Thiir.ksi;:v!n4 day uu-:.-st:. .1! the Walh-r Djcken h;-ii;e. Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer and family of Alponri vi.--.it rd a! the Dackon home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Geo. Hart'nett and boys of Chicago, 111. were guests Thanksgiving day at the LeRoy Klepper home. Andrew Thomsen spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge where he attended a elevator (Jo-Op meeting. Barbara Quinn and Karin Bader returned to Ames Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ernile Person. Patty and John visited Sunday evening at the EJdon Duncan home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Geo. B. Long and family. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackcrson, Mr and. Mrs Everetl Ackerson and girls, Mrs Lena Warner of Ledyard, Tonie Nern- mers and Norma of Anna, Kan. were Sunday guests at the Marvin Ackerson home at Wesley. Mr and Mrs Ray Snyder of Goldfield wqre dinner guests Sunday evening at the Don liouck home. Thanksgiving day guests at the Fredrick Schuitz home were Mr and Mrs Alfred Schuitz and family. Mr and Mrs Wm. Faulstick ol Whittcmore; Mr and Mrs Joe Stemberg of Elmorc: Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mr and Mrs AJex Krueger and Mrs Hulda Schuitz. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and fairiily wen; dinner guests Sunday at the Larry All home in Fenton? Mr and Mrs Earl Eichhorn and family of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Dairy! Saderburgh and girls of Bancroft; Mr and Mr.s James Eichhorn and family of Ames were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Art Person home. Leon Marlow spent Thanksgiving vacation with his parents the Eldon Marlows. Leon if attending University of South Dakota at Vermillion. Mr and Mrs" Louie Berninghaus visited her father, Emanuel Ostrorn, who is a patient at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge on Sunday. Mr and Mr.s Fred Genrich called at the Herman Kramer home Tuesday evening. Mrs. O. C. Ta- bor, mother of Mrs Kramer, visited at the Kramer home from Wednesday till Friday. Mr a»d Mrs Gerald Angus entertained Thanksgiving day din* ner guests, Mr and Mrs Delniar Angus, Georgia and Joyce, Mrs Robert Angus and Susan all of Burt; Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and girls, Bob Angus. Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser entertained Thanksgiving day. Guests, were Mr and Mrs Raymond Uthof and Rodney, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weiisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie, Mr ana Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath, Mrs Emma HurJburt and family, Donna Zumach, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and boys, Mr Wm. Rath ol LuVerne and David Householder. Dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the A. D. Newbrough home were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mr and Mis Fritz Newbrough and Steve. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow were Thanksgiving day supper guests at the Frank Rotterrru'i-n home at Elmore. Mr and Mrs Milton Madison, Kent and Mary Lee, Mr and Mrs John Munch and Jackie, Mr and Mrs Bob Peterson of Mason City were dinner guests Thanksgiving at the Charles O-born home. Mr and Mrs Walter Elsbecker and daughter were Thanksgiving supper guests at the home of her sister and family, the Jack Mears of Algona. Mr and Mr.s Charles Staudt and girls spent the weekend at the Walter Staudt home at Vermillion. S. D. Mr and Mrs Richard BehrencJs are the parents of a son born Nov. 14, at the Fairmont hospital. The little lad weighed 8 pounds 12 ounces and has been named Raymond AJlen. 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 home. Mr and Mrs Milford Mitchell called Sunday evening at the Ben Mitchell home in Fenton, the occasion being the Ben Mitchell's 05th wedding anniversary. Guests over Thanksgiving holidays ;ii the Bernard O'Donnell home were Mr and Mr.s Martin Walsh, Jack and Billy of Chicago, 111. Thanksgiving day dinner guests included Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh and Alice and Phil Liarry. Church Groups In Active Week At Swea City Swea City—Lutheran Mission Aid will meet Thursday p.m. at the church parlors. Mrs Roy VaJviek will be program leader, &nd Mrs Robert Briggs will lead devotions. Music will be' furnished by Mrs Lawrence Hantel- rfian. Hostesses will include Me9- darfies Harvey C. Lafsert, Wallace Johnson, Allan Strong, O. D. Simmons, Robert Bexell, Vernon Pehrson, Arthur Larson, Art E. Anderson and Miss Edna Pearson. Luther League will meet Thursday evening (Dec. ]) at 8 o'clock. The entertainment committee includes Janet Thoreson, Michael Ewing, Roger Maclsen and Bruce Gabbie. The Methodist all-church Fellowship supper will be Sunday evening, Dec. 4 at the church parlors,'at 0:30. Ronald Hammer is home enjoying a vacation with his patents, the Rev. and Mr.s S. Hammer. Ronald received his discharge from U.S. service last Nov. 22. He will enter college beginning the next quarter a' 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 if seriously ill at his home there. Pastor Youngquist announces the first Christmas program prac- Thtmday, December 1, 1955 Algona (In,) Up|»«r Oil M«ln«t-5 tic<* will be Wednesday night after school for junior and intermediate classes. Mr and Mrs Cecil Thomson, Janet and Paul attended a family dinner at the home of her sistei. Mrs Frank Schriber and family at Ruthven, Thanksgiving day. Other guests were the parental Ed Jensens of Algona and Mr and Mrs Palmer Jensen and family of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Gail Keslt-r and family. Minneapolis, were guest.; Saturday and Sunday of his father, C.' H. Kesler. Thanksgiving guests of the Rev and Mrs Everett Beal were his sister and family, the Herschel Moffitts of Rock Island, 111. an-.l his niece Janet Fuller of East Molina, la. Daryl and LaVonnc Peterson of Minneapolis and Dick McNcai also of Minneapolis spent thr weekend at the Bernard Peterson home. Mrs Emil Larson was ho.stcs." 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 Arties he had a check-up for a heart condition, which persuaded him to take a three week'.; rest. Baptist Guild groups I and III will meet- Friday. Group I will mof.-t with Mrs Wm. Dorsey, Mrs Chester Farrington assisting hostess. Group III will meet at the Eldon Link home. Portland News Mr and Mrs Herman Harms went to Mankato to get their daughter Gladys and Garlcnc Gray, Betty Carlson. Darlcne Bentley and Carol Dunmirc. Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel. Cor-' inne and Kermit spent Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr and Mr.s Louie Huber. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the Glen Larsen's were Mrs Minnie Larsen and Vilma. Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy and Mr and Mrs Levant Moore and family. Corinne Zwiefel, Linda Nelson and Barbara Ringsdorf helped serve at the Alumni Banquet. SANTA SAYS: make gifts that will be appreciated long after Xmas. See and Feel This dramatically different rug texture! NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR STORE! IT'S NEW! 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