The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1956 · Page 13
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4-Algona (la.) Upper De« Moh« Towdoy, November 26, 1956 New Pastor At Livermore And LuVerne Church Livefmore — The Rev. Ushers of Sioux City, who had been pastor of the Smilhland Methodist Church in Sioux City, has been appointed pastor of the Liver- more-LuVerne Methodist church. The Livermpre church will hold a reception in his honor Sunday, Nov. Itith in their church parlors. Catholic Guild Parly The Catholic Ladies Guild were entertained in the parish hall Tuesday afternoon. The meeting opened with the recitation of the rosary led by Father P. M. Sturm. The business meeting was con' ducted by the president, Mrs Francis Murphy. A report was given of a diocesan meeting that the president, Mrs Murphy attended. Committee composed of Mrs Alvin Lenertz, Mrs Genevieve Weydert and Mrs Richard Dunphy was appointed as nominating committee for officers for 1957. A committee Was also appointed for a Christmas party for the high school religion class. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing 500. High prize went to Mrs William Erpelding find consolation prize to Mrs Robert Wonderley. Refreshments were served by the committee with Mrs Korsen Kvitli, chairman, and Mrs Milton Bergum, co-chairman, Mrs Ernest Dawson; Mrs Elmer Screiber; Mrs Wayne Gardner, Mrs John Zeimet, Mrs Albert Rennen- ger and Mrs Clarence Eisenbarth. 20ih Cenlury Club Mrs Martin Miller entertained the 20th' Century Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Dorothy Malkmus. Roll call was a new book. "Biography", a Book Review was given by Mrs Ralph Hollinger. "The Fabulous Clare Boothc Luce", by Alden Hatch. Project, donate a child's book to the Town Library. Delta Dek Club ' Mrs Jessamine. Miller entertained the Delta Dek club members and Mrs Anna Welter, Mrs Rose Smith and Mrs Edith Johnson. Auction briclgfe was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Mrs Anna Welter, second high to Mrs Harry Clark and bingo prize to Mrs Harry Zigrang. Mrs Becker Hostess • Mrs Julius Becker was hostess to the Neighborhood Club at her farm homo Tuesday afternoon. A dessert luncheon was served after the guests arrived. High prize went to Mrs Henry Groh, traveling prize to Mrs Bill Wilson and consolation, prize to Mrs John Sorlie. Mary Kay and Sharon Lenertz spent the day Saturday visiting their friend Carol Erpelding at St. Joe. Mrs Mae Reeves is in the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where she went to have x-rays taken. ... Mr and Mrs Martin Miller,,who spent a week visiting relatives in Minneapolis, Minn, have returned home. A daughter was born November 1st to Mr and Mrs Floyd Johnson at Fort Dodge. Mr Johnson is the son of Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson. Mrs Johnson and daughter are spending a few days at the Carl V. Johnson home. Mrs Anna Welter has gone to Rochester, Minn, for a check-up. Dinner guests Sunday at the Leslie Jensen home were Mr and Mrs Ted Thilges and family of Lakota, Mrs Mary Schiltz and Mrs Anna Thilges of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Wayne Gardiner and family of Humboldt and Ruth Ann Jensen of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Donald Berryhill and baby of Duluth, Minn, are here visiting his mother, Mrs Marcia Berryhill and enjoying pheasant hunting. Dinner guests Monday at the George Lenertz home in honor ol their forty-ninth wedding anniversary were Mr and Mrs Gus Bosallis of Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner of LuVerne and Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz. It was also the twenty-seventh wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Bosallis. Mr and Mrs George Foth were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son, Gordon Foth and family near LuVerne. Carol Wagner of Dubuque, Mr Ted Wagner of LuVerne and Luke McGuire were Saturday visitors at the Alvin Lenertz and George Lenertz homes. Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul and daughter Virginia have returned from Iowa City where Virginia was taken for a check-up. Virginia had undergone surgery on her arm several weeks ago. George Lenertz and Frank Hundermark spent Thursday fishing at Silver Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Jimmy Wilson ol Fort Dodge were Saturday evening visitors with his parents, Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson. Ben Barry of Druman, Montana is visiting at the Roy Salmon home. Mrs LcRoy Hintz and son of Sioux City visited Sunday with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Zcak Smith. Her husband visited with relatives in LuVerne. Mrs Hintz is the former Wanda Knuft, formerly of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Harold Mansor of Algona were Sunday visitors at the home of;her parents, Mr and Mrs Zeak Smith. David Stiltz, small son of Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz, has been on the sick list the past week. Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Herman Underberg home in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son Virgil Wilson in Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Bert Schmedemann were Sunday evening visitors at the Wallace Huuck home and made the acquaintance of the new daughter of Mr and Mrs Hauck. Denny Davis, who left Oct. 15 for service, is now attending a candidates school of Newport, Rhode Island. The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Foth was baptized Sunday morning at Sacred Heart Church by Father P. M. Sturni. She was named Mary Kay. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Richard Sawyer. Mr and Mrs John Devine and family of Mount Ayr spent several days here visiting his mother, Mrs Bess Devine and his uncle Frank V. Devine. Mr and Mrs Asa Junior Bordwell of Alden, Minnesota were Sunday visitors at the J. C. Kelly home. Master Sergeant, and Mrs Ray Van Vories and family of Wichita, Kansas visited a few days last week witli her mother, Mrs Lizzie Nygaard and her sister, Mrs Virgil Smith and family. Mr and Mrs Vincent Patrick and son of Dt>s Moines spent the weekend here with her brother, Francis Murphy and family and took in pheasant hunting. Swea & Eagle Club Meetings Held Past Week Swea & Eagle — The Swea Harrison Club met Nov. 5 at Lutheran Hall in Swea City. An induction of new members was held with Karen Johanson and Maurice Anderson in charge. New members who look Dart in the induction were Petrea Thoreson, Patty Hardt, Richard Blair, Bobby and Larry Simmonsmeier. Roll call was answered by 33 members. Cecil Thoreson is the club's leader. Lunch was served by Mrs Carl Anderson and Mrs Everett Johannson. Eagle Boys 4-H , The Eagle 4-H boys club held their Halloween party Nov. 5 at Center School. Plans were made for a Christmas party which will be at. nekt meeting. Judy Pavik. Beverly Thorson, Sharon Magnusson and Patty Roalson are on the f60ti committee; Games, Maurice Cart, Billy Gies, Jerry Kluger, Ronnie Roalson, John Pavik and Larry Kluger; Program committee Vincent Pavik and Howard RoaU son. Having the best record books Were Patty Roalson and Beverly Thorson, both with a 95% score. Maurice Carr gave the lesson. Swea Sunbeams The Swea Sunbeams 4-H club met Saturday at Community Hall for installation of officers. Mrs Ralph Walker Jr., leader, passed out old and new record books. Reta Walker, Janet Walker, Kay Fitzgerald, Karen Johansen, Margaret Engessor and Mary Engessor received book marks for completing the reading program. The Swea Sunbeam? were second high in the county in this program. The new officers for year arc Kay Fitzgerald, president; Betty Clark, vice president: Reta Walker, secretary; Betty Stenzel treasurer; Janet Walker, histor,- ian; Margaret Engessor, reporter; Karen Johansen, photographer- recreation committee, Mary En- gessor and Lois McGregor; gift and card committee, Maxine Clark and Alice Picht. Mrs Ralph Walker, Jr., club leader; and her assistants, Mrs Ed. Fitz- Buy Tract of Land Mr and Mrs B. Smith have purchased a small tract of land C miles wast of Swea City north oi Highway 9. They purchased ;• small house of Mrs Fred Walker in Swea City, and moved it ontc their land. A well has also been dug. Mr Smith is a gravel trucker. Visit At Hospital Mr and Mrs Gordon Wcstcott visited his uncle, Louie Nachiem at University hospital recently. Mr Machiem suffered a broken hip 4 weeks ago in a fall in Swea City and was taken to Holy Fam-t ily hospital and later to Iowa City. He is reported recovering, but he will bo hospitalized for some time. 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Jones and Mrs Harvey Hubbard '.VITC hostesses of the Methodist Ladies Circle at the Hubbard homo Wednesday afternoon. Mrs H. Anderson had devotions, anc Mrs George Harner gave the les sun. Barrel Gabel who is employed by the Civil Air Patrol at Akron, Colo., returned last vyeek Monday iJUT a few days visit at the parental. Mr anc; Mrs Martin Gabe! home. Mrs Gabel accompanied him as far as Fremont, Neb. and returned by bus late Monday night. Emil Christhopherson of Huran Lake, Minn, visited last week at I lie home of his sistet, Mrs Martin Gabel. Mrs Bert Jeffries, Mrs George Rohlin and Mrs Pete Helmkc were given a birthday party last week Tuesday afternoon, wit) Mrs Gladys Hanson as hostess at the Lawrence Hanson home. Guests were Mesdames Fred Looft, Clifford Anderson, George Nelson, Martin Dahl, Kenneth Emory, Emil Larson and Miss Emily Moline. Mrs Walter Burgeson gave a birthday party at her Tuesday afternoon for Scott Erickson on his first birthday 1 . Attending were Scott's mother Mrs Duaii'e. Erickson and. his grandmothers, Mrs Buchan and Mrs Forest Erickson, and Mrte Everett Erirkson and her four children, Miss Florence Erickson Mrs Berle Buchan. Mrs Jonn Thompson and daughter, Lynt Aree, Mrs Evelyn Zuistad and Susan Burgeson. tr IT'S NEWS -i. WE WANT it Greenwood Girl* 4*H The monthly meeting of the Greenwood Girls 4-H was held recently. President Karen Wilhelmi presided. Plans for the December meeting and the Christmas party were made. A report on "Good Ppstxire" Was given by Janet Deitering. Current Events talk and discussion was led by Rachel Menke. Mrs Deitering served a delicious lunch. P.O.T6Cld«« On The Algona Post Office will be closed -all dayjNov. 22, Tlianka- giving Dky. The lobby, .will be open from 7:36 a.m. to 7:80 p\m. There Will bo n6 rriail deliveries Of any kind on that .day but all incoming and outgoing mails will be worked as usual. FOR GIFT Farm Owners & Buyers PROTECT YOURSELF! 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