The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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I I^Afftifta (la.) Upper Dfts Moines Thursday, December IS, 1955 AROUND ALGONA'' -M* «fld Mtt I. W. NeUon a« leaving Friday for Rockport. Tex to spend the winter. They plar to fejui-h about April 1. — — Elffifet Cook spent frorr Moftday through Wednesday o last week at Minneapolis. Sh< attended a performance or tht Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. ^— o — Fbu# Ciiclc* of the Presbyter iah Women's Organisation arr combining for a Christmas party this afternoon. (Thursday) at tin Johnson House. Luncheon will be served at 1:30 and the four prcgran}. chairmen will present cnnstmas selections. "the Gill Scfcul troop of which Mrs D. K. Ghiquet and Mrs PauJ James are leaders gave a Christ- .nas tea Tuesday afternoon at the Congregational church. The mo- her? of the girls were honored quests. Monday evening (lie girls lad a party Hint gift exchange ,t the Loo Immerfail home. - t> • Mr and Mrs Lyle Readinger .md Randy and Donnie plan to cave next week for a winter vacation. They will visit Mrs Readinger's parents -nt Mary- .•illc'. Mo. nnd then go south jrubably to the Gulf Coast. — Q — Donnie, son of Mr and Mrs Lyle Readinger. celebrated his seventh birthday Saturday with a oiirty at his home. Guests were Bruce Chapman. Mickey Snod- iira??, Steve Waller, Tommy Samp, Lory Currie. Carole Adams and Randy Readinger. ^~O—. Sofopiomi*fi held Iheif tegular luncheon meeting Wednesday at Hotel Algona., Mrs Alma Pearson was in charge of the program which consisted of several Christmas songs sung by the members of Brownie Troop 5 which the Soropiomists sponsor. — —o— Mrs M. C-. Bourne spent a few days last week in Minneapolis- after earlier attending an organ concert by her daughter, Julia at Carleton College at Northfield. Dr. Bourne went to Minneapolis to join his wife on Friday and they both returned home Mon. day. —-o— Mr and Mrs G. W. Sfillman are leaving Saturday for Tallahassee. Florida, where they will spend the holidays with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Morrill. The other daughter, Marcia a student at Town State College will accompany them. Mr Morrill is studying for his Doctorate in Zoology at Florida State J^d is, doing-, •$& search for the Navy. Mrs fttfflf* rill, the former Ann StillrharVls workirfg toward her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Saffie school. Xmas Programs Dated By Swea City Churches Swea Citf — Rev. Hammer of the Methodist church announces dates for the Methodist S. S. Christmas programs as follows. The junior department program on Sunday p.m., Dec. 18 at 2:30. Classes in the grades will present their program Sunday evening, Dec. 18; and the program of the seniors will be Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 7:30. The Baptist Sunday School Christmas program will be Friday, Dec. 23 at 7:30. following the program, the ..youM," people wilt go caroling \ahd, theri return to Guildhall," Where ladies of the church will serve supper to the group. The junior and intermediate Christmas programs of the Lutheran Sunday school will be Sunday. Dec. 18 at 7:30. The primary department's program, will be Friday evening, Dec. 23. pn Dec. 24 there will be a midnight service beginning, at 11 o'clock, and at 10:30 o'clock Christmas day there will be a Christmas service in the church. A Happy Surprise A party honoring Mrs Murray Elmore was held in connection of the meeting of the WSCS circle Thursday' evening. Mrs Clarence Gardner with Mrs Ida E. Larson were hostesses at the home of Mrs Larson. Two large baskets of gift Wrapped packages came as a complete surprise to Mrs 'Elmore. The party was given as an expression of sympathy for the Elmores who have had much trouble this winter. Their small son Ricky has.had to be a patient, at a Rochester hospital for several weeks because of surgery for brain tumor. Mrs Elmore remained there with the little boy until ha was brought home a few weeks ago'. The younger baby is being cared for by.his maternal grandmother at Ft. Dodge, and Ricky, still a very Sick child requires constant care. Mr Elmore is instrumental music instructor in the Swea City school. Mr and Mrs Delbert Kancengi- ter and two children of Little Rock, Iowa, visited several days last week at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Brouwer. Mi- -Brouwer is superintendent of the Grant Consolidated school. Rev. Everett 'Seal, Sam Link and Bernard Peterson attended an ordination service at River- view chui-ch, Fort Dodge, whore the Rev. Robert Schesvold was ordained Friday night, Dec. 9. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Sfudef •Mrs Arvin* Larson and new baby girl Dana Lee were brought home Sunday, Dec. 4, from Britt Memorial hospital. The infant was born N.JV. 29. They now have three daughters. Donna Cink. oldest daughter oi Mr and Mrs Ed Cink will go to Des Moines Dec. 19, where she will be employed by Bell Telephone .Co. She had completed a course at a communication school in Omaha, Neb. Jere Schmidt returned home recently from ,10 months army service in Germany. His wife is the former Vcrla Janes. Mr and Mrs Vee Mullin sjrcnt several days recently visiting friends here. They are traveling with their trailer hous*! from their summer home at Cass Lake. They went on to Omaha to spend several weeks with their daughters, Elaine and Sharon and then they planned to spend the winter in southern Missouri. Tony Seller was a patient in the Britt Memorial hospital several days recently for medical treatment of a tooth infection, lie is employed as plumber in Mason City. Henry Jtfaverly was brought home Sunday, Dec. 11, from St. Ann hospital. Algona, where he had been a week following surgery. Santa Glaus will.visit Wesley Saturday afternoon, Dec. 17, witn treats for all the children following a'free show in the Legion hall. The Junior Class of the public school held a class party HOLIDAY YOUR BUDGET! 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