The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 12
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Upper D< * Maifies Thursday, December IS, 1955 Santa Claus To Visit lone Rock On Saturday — Santa Claus day will be bbServfcd at Lone Rock Saturday afternoon, Dec. 17. Frer gifts treats .and movies for the children • xvill be sponsored by the Lctrte Rock Community Club. Free coffee nfid donuts will bs pp'tved at the.ftamus cafe from 2:00 to 3:00. Birlhday Mr an<| ijtfrs Victor Dreyer, Mr and Mrs B.efi Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Jim M&rlow, Mr and Mrr Fritz Newbrough. Bernard Pol til Lila Sch-Sidt and Donriie Riebhof were gu. l s Thursday evening at the Gent Blanchard horned in honor of tho birthdays of Mrs Blanchard and Fritz Newbrouph. The evening was spent playing five hundred, Lucille Circle The Lucille circle met Thursday afternoon at the Art Priebe home with Mrs Milton Madison giving the lesson. Eleven members were present and two guests, Mrs Donald Blanchard and Mis? Florence Yager. Eleanor Circle Eleanor circle was entertained last Thursday afternoon at the Clair Bellinger home, with Mrs Elaine Satfton assisting hostess. Ten members and two guests were present. Mrs Lawrence Rath gave the lesson. The circle presented their chairman with a bdby gift and also a farewell gift. Annual Winter Dance The Annual Winter Wonderland Dance will be held at the Lone Rock gym Wednesday evening. Dec. 21, from 8 to 12. Don Koenen, a seven piece orchestra, will provide the entertainment. Admission Si per person or $1.80 per couple. This dance is sponsored by, the school and the public i$ -invited. here. December the 19th Burt teams will play Lone Rock here. Scho'.i] will be dismissed for the Christmas vacation Friday, Dec 23 at 2:45. Weekend At Home Janet Krueger. student nurse at Broadlawn's hospital at Des Moines. Diane Hovey. student nurse at Deaconess hospital at JVtarshallJown, Barbara Quinn, student at Iowa State College, all spent the weekend at their respective homes. Sunday the girls served as table waitress' at Shirley Baker's wedding. Basketball Games December 16 Dolliver basketball teams will play Lone Rock Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Emma Huilburt wen: among those from Lone Rock who attended the Bakcr-Schultz wedding Sunday at Whittemore. Kenneth Marlow, son of the Wm. Marlows, had his tonsils and adenoids removed at Estherville hospital Saturday. He is coming along fine. Mr and Mrs Art Person and family attended the wedding of her sister at Elmore Sunday, i Mrs Howard Bicrstedt accompanied Mrs Orvillc Gardner to Whittemore Thursday where they visited Mrs Joe Kenne. Sunday the Bierstedt family spent the evening at the Orville Kressin home. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow were supper guests Wednesday evening at the Henry Schroeder home in honor of Mr Berhovv's birthday. The American Legion Auxiliary held a Christmas parly at the Legion hall last Wednesday afternoon with a gift exchange. Hostesses were Mesdames Fred Genrich, Bernard O'Donnell, Rose Kraft, Hulda SchuHz, Jack Quinn. .. Mr and Mrs Stanley Howe and son Tommy of Muscatine came Friday and spent the weekend at the parental E. M. Jensen home. Mrs Leslie Johnson entertained a coffee party Friday morning in -honor of Mrs Jim Larson. Guests were Mrs Jim Larson, Mrs Harlan Blanohavd, Mrs Jess Blhiv chard tfr., Mrs Roy Merchant and Mrs Clarence Kraft. The Larson's are moving to Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son Billy spent Sunday oven- ing at the Ernest Godfredson homo in Algona. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and Billy spent Saturday at Estherville helping the Frank Richards family move into a different home. A pre Christmas family gathering was held Saturday at the Hamld Angus home at Burl. Those from Lone Rock attend- in." were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and family, Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family, Bob' Angus, Mrs Claude Whitehill of Algona, Mr and Mrs Dehnar Angus of Burt. Mr and Mrs Blaine Drown and family ot Curlew. Mr and Mrs Waller Thompson entertained Sunday dinner in honor of the birthday of Mrs Lillie Thompson. Guests were Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva, Miss Fk.runcc Yager, Mrs H;tttic Shaser, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser. Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson. Lyle, and Linda of Swen City, Mr and Mrs Raymond Uthof and son Rodney Lee, ol Fcnton. Mr and Mrs Jim Elsbecker and son David of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Ralph C. Thompson, Philip, Pamela and Billy Jo. The Happy Homemakers club held their Christmas party Friday evening with a pot luck supper at the Owen Berhow home. There was a gift exchange and cootie was played for entertainment. Those atlending were Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough, Janell and David, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and Margaret, Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson and Mr and Mrs Harold Holmgren. Mrs Richard Gross entertained the following ladies at a card party Saturday afternoon, Mrs Dennis Priebe and Barry, Mrs Gene Blanchard and Susan, Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Steve, Mrs Jim Marlow, Mrs Victor Dreyer and Mrs Roger Long. The Idle Hour Club held a card party Wednesday evening at the Art Person home. High prizes went to Neva Thompson and Harold Nelson, low prizes lo Mrs Wallace McArlhur and Ralph Thompson, Iravel to Ed Tigges. Dinner guests Sunday at the Holland Baxter home in honor of Barbara's second birthday were Mr and Mrs Mark Roe, Mrs Minnie Klippel and Gay of Boone, Esther Kading of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kreupser and Ronnie, Mr and Mrs Robert Baxter of Ruthlartd, Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter and Alvin of Graettinger. Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and family visited Sunday at the Rhinie Wetzel home in Algona, they also Attended the" Gade and Lieb nuptials. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer visited Friday at Humboldt at the O. C. Tabor and Dewey Morsd homes. Mr and Mrs Gerald' Godden and Dcbra of Forest City and IVjrs Louise Godden were dinner gucste Sunday at the Ronald Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Wilfred ftadifi visited the Hugh Lewis family Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur enterlained their canasta club Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Gowrie spent Sunday at the Charles Morris home. Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson and family of AJgona spent Saturday evening at the parental Frank Flaig home. Fred Genrich called at the C. E. Householder home Sunday. Dinner guests Sunday at the Jess Blaneliard Jr. home were Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Tim, Debra, and Garry, Mr and Mrs Chet Alme of Ottosen and Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mrs Reinhpld Laa&s, Amanda Schutt and Mrs Howard Renfrew and son Kenneth visited Mrs Rose Kraft Friday afternoon. Dinner guests Sunday at the Clarence Kraft home were Mr and Mrs James Walker and daughter Charla Jo of Algona and Mrs Rose Kraft. Mrs Erich Seegebarth spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs Clara Marlow at Burt. Coffee guests Sunday evening at the Donald Blanchard home after the Christmas Cantata were Mr and Mrs Elmer Frank and family, Mrs Hilma Erickson, all of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Roy Richards, Mr and Mrs Robert Black of Algona. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family spent Saturday evening at the Larry Alt home at Fenton. Sunday the Dreyer family attended tho 25th wedding anniversary of the Alfred Schmidts at Corwith. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Dwano- Dreyer and Roger visited at the Frank Dreyer home. Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Don- neil and family spent Friday evening at the Lawrence Walsh home, Sunday evening they visited the Hugh Walsh's. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer entertained guests after the Christmas Cantata Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Toste, Mr and Mrs Grunhoyd, Mr and Mrs Aschenbrenner, Mr and Mrs Walker, Mr and Mrs Marlin Baus- •#. Any man is sure to want a pair of smart, practical slippers for Christmas. We have many new styles of quality crafted Nite-Life slippers, so come in early while the selection lasts—you're sure to find just the pair to please him. "s X •#. "^ a They'll beam with joy at finding a pair of these cute, cozy Nite-Life slippers under their Christmas Tree. And what could be more practical... or more welcome to hard-pressed holiday budgets at this modest price. Come in and choose a pair from our large selection. Many Styles and All Sizes in Slippers for MEN - WOMEN - CHILDREN BROWN bill SHOE STORE ALGONA. IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FiET man, Mr and Mrs Chase, Mr and Mrs Ole Oftedahl, Jean England, Sharon Klein, and Larry Menz. Mrs Emma Hurlburt entertained at supper Saturday evening in honor of the birthdy of Mrs Lawrence Rath., Guests were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan. Seneca Stars Host Dads At Oyster Stew Seneca—The Seneca Stars- 4-H Club were hosts to their dads at an oysler stew held at the home of Kathryn Johannesen last Monday evening. A program followed which consisted of a welcome to the guests by the club president, Kathryn Johannesen, to which Wm. Dor- s'ey responded. Sharon Dorsey read, Christmas Customs in other lar.^ds; Lois Wilberg, Sharon Dorsey and Sharon Klein sang and Sharon Dorsey concluded the program. A shorl business meeting was held after which the club members enjoyed a Christmas gift exchange. Guests present included Wm. Dorsey, Lawrence Johannesen, Martin Wilberg, Lyle England Caleb Hartshorn, Carl Nielsen, Alfred Petersen, Roy Klein and Fred Johannesen. Farewell Parly Darlene and Darrel Reulzel were honored guests al a farewell party held for them by their classmates at th'e home of Janice Osborn, Sunday afternoon. The afternoon was spent playing social games after which the honored guests were presented with farewell gifts. The group then enjoyed refreshments. Classmates present included Susan Breese, Marilyn Johannesen, Dorothy Petersen, Lois Wilberg, Janice Osborn. Mark Simmons, Fred Schneider and Eugene Gardner. Others present included Mr and Mrs Harold Grondhov and daughters and Mrs ,Alfred Petersen and Alyse. The Henry Reutzels plan to leave the Seneca Community this weekend and will make their home at Fairmont. Donald Wilberg and Dorecri 2eiles of Fairmont, Minn., Bob Butterfifeld, Larry Menz and MY ahd Mrs Henry Looft and David were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Martin Wilberg home, honoring the latter's son Jerry, who is enjoying a leave with home folks and will leave for a navy base in Oklahoma on Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs Harjan Blockhus were hosts to the Blakjer Luther League at their home in Armstrong Sunday evening. The program consisted of Christmas carol singing, devotions by Gary Loge and a Bible quiz and Bible study conducted by the Rev. Blockhus. Mrs Blockhus served refreshments at the close of trie program. * The grade school children of the Seneca school will present a Christmas operetta at the Senecq school gymnasium Thursday evening, Dec. 27. The program will begin at M o'clock. Mrs Walker, who has charge of vocal music in the Sentral school, will have charge of the operetla and will be assisled by the grade teachers. 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