J-Algona Upper Dei Maine* Tuesday, February 7, 1950 Jimmy Anderson, 8 Jimmy Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson celebrated his eighth birthday Friday, Jan. 27, and was host to the following friends: Tommy Anderson, David Passmore, Dick Maxon, David and Jim Richardson, David Kohl, Eddie Kingsbury, Tommy Williams, Jimmy Finn, Benny Herbst, and Jerry Cowan. Bingo furnished the amusement, after which refreshments were served. Douglas Brown Weds Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown attended the wedding Saturday at three o'clock in the Lutheran church at St. Peter, Minn., of their son, Douglas, to Mary Louise Johnson. Gordon, brother ot Douglas, served as best man. The couple will reside at Manly where Douglas is teaching. O.E.S. To Meet The O.E.S. will have its regular meeting tonight (Tuesday). re-power YOUR FORD C. A.R OR TRUCK WITH AN ... authorized RECORDITIOREI FORD ENGINE IN V-8 OR "SIX" KENT MOTOR CO. Honor Miss Vaughn A miscellaneous shower was given Friday evening at Mrs. W. K. Ferguson's for Alice Ann Vaughn whose engagement and approaching marriage to Harold Kallestad has been announced. Hostesses were Mesdames A. W. Amiinson, Walter Elbert, Fred Geigel, Lawrence Gillespie, Russell Hutchins, Herbert Mathes, Lyle Mathes, Edna Mitchell, Glen Strayer, Richard Strayer, J. P. Smith, and Merle Webster. A color scheme of red and white, the valentine colors, were used for decorations, the table having a center piece of red and white carnations, red candles, and the refreshments were ice cream with red heart centers and cakes iced in white and decorated with red candy hearts, served buffet style. The honoree was given a corsage of red carnations. Mrs. Russell Hutchins poured and Louise Sorenson assisted with the opening oi the gifts. Seventy-five guests were present. By way of entertainment a novel way was used to introduce the guests to each. Cards were given each person and the one obtaining the most autographs was given a prize. This was won by Mrs. John Altman. Another prize was given for the best "wedding gown fashioned of newspapers by the guests divided in groups o! eleven. Mrs. Charles Dearchs won the prize for this achievement. Parly At Buschers Mr. and Mrs. John Buscher entertained at a party Sunday evening, Jan. 15, honoring the birthday of Mrs. Buscher's mother, Mrs. O. A. Campney of Burt. Other guests were Mr. Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Campney, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis of Burt. Monopoly furnished the evening's amusement after which lunch was served. Mrs. Campney was presented with gifts from the guests. To Wed Feb."l2 Alice Vaughn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Vaughn, of Algona, will become the bride of Harold O. Kallestad, of Rodman, next Sunday, Feb. 12, at the First Presbyterian church, in Algona. RJt.A. Lodge Meeting The Royal Neighbors of American Lodge will meet at the Algona Hotel Thursday, Feb. 9, at 7:45 p. m. Honoree At Shower ! Miss Esther Eischeid was honored with a miscellaneous shower at the Academy Hall, Algona, a week ago Sunday. Ttavel bingo was played after which the bride- to-be opened her many gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the party. Miss Eischeid will become the bride of Herbert Knecht of Whittemore, Feb. 14. Hostesses were Mrs. Ray Smith, Mrs. Ed Rich, Mrs. Harvey Jergensen, Mrs. Joe Knecht, Mrs. Dean Jergensort, Mrs. Arnold Knecht, Mrs ; Herbert Wallace, Mrs. Art Alexander, and Irene Eischeid. Farewell Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz gave a farewell dinner Sunday in honor their son, Gary Rentz, who is home oh furlough from Guam. He will return Thursday to Treasure Island, Cal. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward and son, Bob Kiley, of Sexton, who is also on furlough from Guam, and the immediate family. Housewarming Honors Mr. and Mrs. Francis Plait were given a housewarming Sunday e-. 2ning, Jan. 29, having moved to a house on south Moore street from the Cowan court. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bode, Mr. and Mrs. William Lindhorst, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lindhorst, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ewoldt, and Mr. and Mrs. John Buscher. Wed 40 Years Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bonnette observed their 40th wedding anniversary Thursday, Feb. 2, and entertained at an evening party, guests being their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brunkofske, Mr. and Mrs. vin Cronan, the Rev. and Mrs. Harley Van Duyne, and Joyce Knudsen. A social evening was enjoyed and lunch was served. Terry Zwiefel. 6 Mrs. Henry Zwiefel • gave a party Saturday afternoon honoring the sixth birthday of her son, Terry. Guests in attendance were Bruce McCullough, Wayne Freisner, Charles Streit, Roger Ferris, Jimmy Pickett, and the honoree's brother, Richard. Games and contests furnished the afternoon's amusement, after which birthday cake and ice cream were served. LOOK WHAT YOU SAVE! The Ford Tractor sells from $300.00 to $400.00 less than other 2-plow tractors equipped with Hydraulic Controls, Fenders and Electric Starting. Comes complete with ALL standard equipment and features including safety starter, battery, generator, Ford Tractor Hydraulic Touch Control, Duo-Servo type brakes, four-peed transmission— and many more. t a DEARBORN DISC HARROW only or DEARDORN WAQON only or DEARBORN MOIDBOARD PLOW only or DEARBORN UTILITY BLADE only Jean Beamish Honored Jean Beamish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beamish, was tendered a surprise party ori her 18th birthday, Feb. 1. The party was given at the Chrome Cafe, and besides her parents, thijae in attendance were Bfflfnie Roch- leau, Nance McAlphine, Shirl Phillips, Arlene Johnson, Opal Kern, Jan Reding, Jo Sernett and Bonnie Stiel. Family Birthday Dinner Mrs. Lloyd Vipond entertained Ht a family dinner Tuesday evening honoring her husband's, birthday. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vipond, Julie, Tim and Susan, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vipond, Dick and Jack. Rebekahs To Meet The Rebekahs will meet Wednesday evening, Feb. 11, at 7:30 o'clock at the Algona hotel. farm sale near Ledyard, Thursday afternoon, and a large crowd attended. The Johnsons future plans are indefinite. First graders having perfect attendance this six weeks are Roberta Addy, Jane Blome, Dee Ann Nelson, James Bierstedt, Dennis Boettcher, and Roger Wilcox. Mrs. Orville Koppen reports that her cousin's husband, Harvey Hanson, was critically injured by the herd bull last week at his home near Crystal Lake, la., and is in a hospital in Mason City, suffering with a broken arm, a dislocated shoulder, broken ribs, and injured spine. It is not yet known if he has any internal injuries. The report was brought to Mrs. Koppen last week, Wednesday, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hansen, near Titonka. Kay Murray, who is in nurse Sewing Club Hostess " Mrs. Allen Buchanan was hostess to the members of her sewing club Monday evening. Emory Smith, Lakota, Still Critically III Lakota — Emory Smith is still critically ill in the Community hospital in Fairmont, Minn., and under the care of Specialist,Roe. Emory was stricken with nose bleeds Friday morning, Jan. 27, and had two blood transfusions, but to date has -improved very little. Mrs. Smith has beert with him much of the time. Birthday Party At Schroeders Mr. and Mrs. Willjam Schroeder entertained at dinner, Saturday evening, Jan. 28, in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Dorothy, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman and sons, John and Don. The young people were'on a weekend vacation, Dorothy from her teaching duties in Minneapolis, and the boys from school duties at Macalester college, St. Paul. Hostess To Choir Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, choir director, and Ruth Ann Clement, organist, at the Methodist church, entertained the members of the, choir at a Valentine party after rehearsal Thursday evening. Thirty guests were present and after a social hour, refreshments were served. D.A.R. Luncheon The D.A.R. will have a 1:00 o'clock, luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson on Tuesday, Feb. 14. The lesson will be given by Beth Schemel on "Our Approved Schools." Hostess will be Mrs. Ethel Chubb, Mrs. Elizabeth Haggard, Mrs. Delia McCullough, Mrs. Eleanor Mowers, and Mrs. Trella Patterson. Hat Birthday Party Mrs. John Foth celebrated her birthday Wednesday and had as guests for the afternoon her mother, Mrs. Lenore Peck, Mrs. Stanley Muckey, Jo Ann and Nancy, and Mrs. Homer Clark and sons, Nickie, Johnnie and Timothy and Mrs. Chris Recce. Lunch was served after a social afternoon. training in Des Moines, Spent a week with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray. Woodrow Haftsort of Grand Forks, K. D., Visited hjs sister aftd family, the H. H. Murrays, for several days lasf wesk, and purchased the drug store business at Thornton, la., taking over the business, Wednesday, Feb. 1. His family will move to Thornton as soon as living quarters are found. Another brother of Mrs. Murray, Will Hanson, from Bremerton, Wash., was also a visitor here and at Forest City last week. Mrs. J. A. Bargar has been confined to her bed most of the time the past two weeks butjs slowly improving. Little Carolyn Ley is quite ill with measles. Her brother, David, had them a week ago READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS Due to circumstances beyond our control the movie— "THE ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD" (Disney) which was scheduled for Tues., Wed., and Thursday, will be replaced by "THE LADY TAKES A SAILOR" CALL THEATRE Honored At Shower Mrs. Ray Meyers, Mrs. Kenneth Samp and Mrs. Glenn Harms were hostesses at a pink and blue shower in honor of Mrs. Glenn Jones last Thursday at the Harms home. There were 12 guests present and after an afternoon spent playing games, refreshments were served. 4-H Meeting At Letters The Lakota Luckies 4-H club met at the Vance Letters last week, Monday evening with Juanita Lester and Beverly Rip- pentiop as hostesses. The club sent $4.00 to the Farm International Youth Exchange and all signed a card which was sent to Marjorie Friets, one of the club members, who is ill in Mercy hospital in Mason City. For program, Gilda Metz gave an illustrated talk on "Choosing a Color for my Room"; Barbara Winter gave an illustrated floor plan for my room. A social, hour followed. William Ricklefs, Titonka, who has been in critical condition at Rochester, Minn., since his car accident several weeks ago, is reported to be making slow gains and was able to sit in a wheelchair a week ago. Marvin Wertjes and John Hip- pin, students at Drake university at Des Moines, spent a weekend with their respective parents. W. E. Ley and A. C. Schissel were Forest City business visitors, Thursday. Mrs. Andrew Anderson went to Iowa City to the hospital for a physical checkup last week, Tuesday. Mrs. Claus Daniels and daughter, Ruby, of Clear Lake were visiting friends here Thursday. Mrs. Netti Keister, who has been here with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mussman, for two weeks, was taken home last week, Monday, and Mrs. Mussman stayed with her until Wednesday night. A. K. 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