The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1966 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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14-AlaeiKi, (la.) Upp«r Des MoinM Thwrtday, March 3, 1966 BRIDGE CLUB ago Wednesday afternoon, the ..... . __ club met Feb. 23 with Mrs. H. T. """ Idle Hour bridge club met wed- Bunkofske. nesday with Mrs. Edith Buchanan. Golden Wedding Sunday For Clarence Priebes - o - - 0- An open house and reception marking the golden anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Prlebe will be held at the First Baptist church in Algona on Sunday, March 6 from 2 to 5 p. m. Hosts will be their sons Berl and Clyde and their families. All their friends and acquaintances are invited to join them. Clarence and Amy Bond were married at the First Methodist parsonage in Algona with the Rev. F. C. Taylor officiating. Clarence farmed near Lone Rock and Amy taught school near Burt. All their married life has been spent in Kossuth County except five years in Minnesota from 1920 to 1925. Clarence, the son of Ernest and Emma Fischer Priebe, was born in Des Moines. When 13 years of age his parents moved to a farm near Lone Rock. Amy, the daughter of Ira and Minnie Bond was born at Lucas County, Iowa. In 1901 when 6 years old she and her parents and three brothers moved to Rolfe, Iowa, the trip being made in a covered wagon. The trip takes 4 hours now but at that time took ten days. There were no improved roads, the sloughs coming up into the traveled path filling it with deep holes. Mr, and Mrs. Priebe are members of the First Baptist church and in addition to their two sons, have six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. They request no gifts. (Photo by Poundstone Studio) KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Roy Hutzell was hostess to the Knit and Sew club last Wednesday. - o - PARENT'S DAY Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wetzel, whose son William is a member of the Lamba Chi Alpha fraternity at Mankato, Minn. College, attended Parent's Day last weekend. Dinner was served at the Town Inn and open house held at the fraternity house. - o - W. S. C. S. MEETING Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday for a one o'clock luncheon, Mrs. Mrs. Max Bartholomew chairman. The program will be a talk given by the exchange student, Sana Svedman, Stockholm, Sweden, she is making her home during the school year with Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor. - o - AUXILIARY MET Good Samaritan Auxiliary met Tuesday in the dining room of the home. They presented 21 tea towels for use at the new home. - o - HONOR COUPLE Mr. and Mrs, John K. Harms, Titonka, will be honored Sunday, Mar. 6, at an open house at the Good Hope Lutheran church from 2-4:30 p. m,, sponsored by the couple's two sons and wives. A short program will begin at 2:30, No written invitations are being sent, All relatives and friends are cordially invited. The couple requests no gifts. - o- EXECUTIVE BOARD The executive board of united Presbyterian Women met Feb. 24 at 1:30 o'clock, - o Mrs. Mitch Taylor was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening, Mrs. Nels Anderson was a guest. TWO BIRTHDAYS Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan, and Randy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Smith, celebrated their twelfth birthdays together Saturday forenoon in the gym at Whittemore where the lads played basketball. Guests were Rex Post, Mike Moulton, Scott Voyles, Tom Burt, Mark Will, Jim Pergande and Gary Logan. Refreshments were served at both homes, sandwiches at the Smiths, and the dessert of ice cream and cake at the Buchanans. - o - CHURCH MEETINGS At the U. P. Y. F. Feb. 27, at 7 p. m., Phil Diamond gave a talk. David Riley was head of the refreshment committee. Feb. 28 at 7:30, the Guild circle meeting of the Presbyterian church met with Mesdames Homer Kline and Ivan parrott as hostesses. Hattie Wilson gave the program and devotions were by E. Ewoldt. The United Presbyterian Women will hold an evening meeting March 3 at 7:30 p. m. Topic, "Person to person." - o - HOUSEWARMING Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam were honored with a surprise housewarming Feb. 19. present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Mr. and Mrs. James Edgington, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabin, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Benschoter, and Mr. and Mrs, Duane Riley. 500 was played and high score prizes were won by Mrs, Harris and Mr. Putnam, Low score prizes went to John Harris and Mrs, Bird. The honorees were presented with a gift and refreshments were provided by the guests. - o HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs, Carl Goetsch entertained at dinner last Wednesday evening in honor of her husband's birthday, Guests were Mr, and Mrs. William Goetsch, LuVerne, Mr, and Mrs. Jon Putnam and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and David, 500 CLUB PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Rose fflgsbee entertained Mrs. Harold Lampright enter- her 500 club Wednesday evening tained her bridge club a week Feb. 23. she will be hostess to her birthday club Friday. - o- CARD PARTY David Riley entertained a few friends at. a card party Friday evening, Feb. 18. High score was won by Randy Handel and second high by Paul christensen. POT LUCK HELD Mrs. Harold Sabin entertained her pot-luck card club last Tuesday evening. Guests were Mes-* dames Wendell Feaster, Gail Haase, Clyde Lloyd, Clarence Hunt, Duane Riley, Les Wildin and James Edgington. SERVICE GUILD Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church will meet Monday for a 6:30 dinner. Mrs. pan! Puffer will present the program "the E. U. B." story. Mrs. Glenn Graham Is president. - o- Women of the First Baptist church will meet March 3 at the church. Hostesses will be Wlnorta Laws, Gretchen Bowman and Idelle Black. WALLEYES At the annual fish fry sponsored by the Wyoming pair association nearly 600 pounds of walleyed pike fillets were served to some 500 persons fashion opening '•••••••••••••••••••••••••••i There's excitement in the air this Easter, and it all begins with fashion's slant on femminity coats, suits, dresses, costumes designed with soft and supple grace, accessories to accent every favored silhouette. Like to see a complete collection of fashion's new looks? You can . .".'"'. just come to our Easter Fashion Opening. • young, dashing junior dresses . • Easter fashion dresses . . _ _ • new look in all-weather coats . • junior coats for spring • colorful wool spring coats _ _ ACCESSORIES : • crushable, lovable handbags. • jewelry in delicious sun colors • hat in gay spring colors .... • famous Kayser nylons • patent slipper by Personality . • blouses, so new, so chic $12.00 $16.00 $12.00 $25.00 $40.00 . $3.00 - $1.00 . $5.00 . $1.35 $10.00 $3.00

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