The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 7
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February 14,1956 Around Algbna Mr and Mrs Kenneth Renken had as their guests, over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Leortard Kramer and family of LeMars, Mr Kramer and Mr Renkeh are associated with the Lutheran Mutual Life Insurance company and on Monday went to Waverly to attend the statu convention of the company. Mr Renken was to speak at one 1 of the .sessions, Tdnl McMahatiafrived Mdnday from San Diego for, a Visit ^rith his mdther, Mrs Truman Simpson. Tom is in the navy and has just completed his boot training. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles were hosts to their couple card club on Wednesday evening. Low scores, with the penalty of doing the dishes, were received By Mr and Mrs.Mitch Taylor. rnj n . ._, , Mr and Mrs Waller, Sehildlt- knechtihad as their dinner guests on, Sunday,' Mr Schildtknecht's parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Sch-" ildtknecht, Sr. and Mrs Schildtknecht's mother, Mrs Martha Albright of Estherville. Hiiih Circle of the Presbyterian church, meets this evening at the home of Mrs Don Hemmingsen, Mrs Leon Martin will give the program and Mrs Glenn Jones is in charge of the devotions. _o— Mrs Dean Bilyeu entertained at a birthday party Saturday afternoon for her son, David who Was five. Guests were Barbara Faulstich, Jolene Presthus, Barbara Colwell, Bruce Marshall and Randy Schutjer. ' —o— Mr and Mrs H. A. (Pete) Deal and three sons called on Mi- Deal's Sister, Mrs John Deim over the weekend. The Deals are moving to an acreage at Coleville but Mr Deal will continue to work at'Fort Dodge. Mr arid Mr* fruniiul SilnlpsOh and Claude WnitehlU: W<mt to Mason City Sunaay to attend a dinner dance'of the Moose Lodge there. ' ; » Mr and Mrs A. Ei Briggs went to Webster City Saturday ior the weekend with Mrs .Briggs' son-in-law and daughter, Mr.and Mrs Bernard Errhels. —o— • Presbyterian Women's' Organization meets Thursday afternoon for dessert luncheon at the church. The Upper Room services are in charge of Mrs Claris Kresensky, de'votions will be given by Mrs Charles Hardgrove and Mrs Casey Loss will sing. The program is in charge -of Mrs Richard Burt. ; ..: > Mothers of the second grade ai Bryant school which Mrs Ed Wolcott teaches will meet Thursday evening in the school room. Mrs Tom McGraw and Mrs Lyle Raney, room mothers, will be hostesses. Xi XI chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Ifriday evening at the home 'of Mrs Rex Voyles. The program, "Good For The Shape We're In", will be presented by Mrs Jerome Hardgrove. A benefit card party the chapter is having on the regular meeting night, Feb. 21, at the Moose hall and the committee in charge consists of Mrs David Smith, Mrs Marvin Calhoun,' Mrs Rex Voyles and the chapter president, Mrs Bob Williams. Mrs Prank Sterling is hostess to her sewing club this afternoon, (Tuesday). —o— Beecher Lane spent Tuesday in Des Moines attending the Hardware show. —o— Mrs Walter Schildlknecht was hostess to the members of her hobby cilub on Monday afternoon. —o— Mr and Mrs Leroy Schepp- mann and son, LeRoy and their new baby boy are expected to arrive this weekend for a visit at the parental, Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppmann home. Mr Schepp- iTiann is a Warrant Officer in the Navy and they live in Washington, D. C. AROUND ALGONA * ' Dean Bilyeu is spending this month in the Sioux City district testing dial systems for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. —o— Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt are the parents of a new daughter born Friday at St. Ann hospital.. This gives them'u family of three girls and one boj>. •—o— Mr and Mrs Burton Harmes are spending a couple of weeks in Phoenix, Ariz, on a combination business trip and vacation. The children, Randy and Sandy are staying with Mrs John Deim. 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