The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1966
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14-Algona, (la.) Upper fa* Moin*s thuttdoy, May 19, 1966 OBSERVE BIRTHDAY HOLD COFFEES Family coffees were held May 4 and 14 for the 35th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Ray Barton and the fifteenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods, 1 respectively. The May 4 observance was at Mrs. Bartons with Mrs. Walter Woods, Mrs. Merle Moore and Mrs. Lawrence Metzger, all daughters in attendance. The Woods celebration was held at her home with the same guests attending. COUPLES CLUBS The Couples Club of the First Lutheran church entertained the Congregational Couples club at a "Scavenger Hunt" Sunday at the Call Park shelter house. The older couples hunted in cars, children in an age group of 9 and over had other activities at the park and the little ones played in the clearing in front of the shelter house.. Supper was served in the house. . c. for that special graduation gift. Airy Mapnolias shower? of permanent pleats val lace ... ju«l J-t heavenly. In no-iron fetal Glo butiMe, •*v Uacron^ polyester, nylon, cotton \ blend. In Pink. Blue. '**" sizes S/M/L SHIFT GOWN $6.00 PEIGNOIR PEIGNOIR AN!) SHIFT G $15.00 Sheakleys Algona Emmetsburg lee-pResi PERMANENT PRESS WORKWEAR Iron'em? Never!i,,, „,« long-wearing Lee-Prest Chelopa Twill pants are still colorfast and acid-resistant but now they dry smooth and perfectly creased without even a iouchup, Give 'em a workout! WILLIAMS ACGONA.IOWA Mrs. Nancy Morrall entertained her son, Bernard Morrall and family of Armstrong, and Mrs. Prank Kohlhaas at dinner funday in honor of Bernard's birthday. Following dinner, thoy drove to Livermore to visit an old friend, Charles Howard. - o U. P. W. CIRCLES Circles of the United Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday May 19 as follows - Circle A, Mrs. Lloyd Robinson; Circle B, Mrs. Josephine Hardy; circle C, Mrs. Alfred Schenck; circle D, Mrs. 0. H. Harmes. - o - BAPTIST CIRCLES Circles of the First Baptist church will meet May 19 as follows - Circle I, Mrs. Winona Laws; circle 2, Mrs. Clara Maasdam. - o - FAMILY DINNER A family dinner was held recently at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods' honoring their son Tony's; first holy communion at St. Cecelia Catholic church. In attendance were the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Jr. and families. - o - WEDNESDAY CLUBS Mrs. L. J. Nelson entertained her card club Wednesday. Mrs. Milton Norton was hostess to the "Idle Hour" card club Wednesday. - o - M-D BANQUET The Mother-Daughter Banquet was held Monday evening in the dining room cfthe First Lutheran church. An Indian theme was used in table decorations and nut cups were small teepees. Guest speaker was Emily Nevitt, who has done considerable work with Indian tribes. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Everett Bar r was hostess to her bridge club Friday. - o - WED 54 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley celebrated their fifty-fourth wedding anniversary May 15 and had as afternoon guests members of the immediate family. James Russell and families, Gene, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Voigt, and Mrs. Elizabeth Post, sister of Mrs. Kelley. The time was spent socially. - o ANNOUNCEMENTS have been received of the birth May 6 of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Patty, Costa Mesa, Calif. She has been named Michele Lynn. Mrs. Patty is the former Becky Jergenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jergenson, former Algonans. Mrs. Patty grew to young womanhood here and later moved to Aurora, Colo, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman are great-grandparents of the infant. MR. AND MRS. John Romer were visited Sunday by the latter's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck, Dickens. MRS. IMELDA ENGESSER went to Mankato Sunday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Anna Plasier, a patient at St. Joseph's hospital, and Mrs. Sylvester Kennedy. MR. AND MRS. Earl Miller have as guest Mrs. Opal Barker, Escondido, Calif., who will make an extended visit here. She and Mrs. Miller formerly lived in Illinois and have known each other and been close friends since early girlhood, MRS. MARY OLSON was visited Saturday and overnight by Mrs. Jack Stabler, Mason City. MR. AND MRS. Carl Morck spent the weekend at their cottage at Rapldan, MR. AND MRS. Murray Mowers went to Okoboji Sunday to get their cottage ready for seasonal occupancy. MR. AND MRS. Gene.Murtagh, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thoreson and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons will be spending the weekend at Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago, where the men will attend a meeting of The Mutual and Alliance Insurance Co. The wives will be guests at a noon luncheon and the guest speaker will be Sen. Ribi- ooff. MR. AND MRS. Tim O'Brien and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. arid Mrs. Russell Thorpe, Tim and Ann, Sterling, Hi., attended Vieshea at Ames last week. The Thorpes are going to Panama to visit Russell's sister, Eleanor and family. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Me* Klbban of Humboldt went to Estherville Sunday to see the latter's father, Otis Jenkins who is hospitalized at Mercy there, following pneumonia and a heart attack. Mrs. McKibban is an aide at Good Samaritan. MRS. NELL WICKEY was at Rochester, Minn, over the weekend visitng her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and family. MR. AND MRS. Oran Hudson were visited last, week by the latter's cousin and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baer, St. Claire, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Gerald Ferris have been at Iowa City where Mr. Ferris had surgery at the University hospital. He returned home Friday and is making good recovery. MR. AND MRS. Luke Linnan have as guest Mrs. Linnan's sister, Fredericka Wassenberg, Spokane, Wash. REV. AND MRS. Everett Black of Spencer have been transferred to Glen Ellyn, HI. where Rev. Black has accepted a pastorate in a Baptist church there. They will be leaving quite soon. Mrs. Black spent a day here last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Geering. MR. AND MRS. Dick McGinnis and family spent Sunday at Wallingford with Dick's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Bass and family. MR. AND MRS. Bruce Gies of Hawthorne, Calif., were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Verle Baas, Wallingford. Mr.andMrs. Gies are house guests of Mr. and Mre. A. E. Briggs. MR. AND MRS. Leo Mergen have had as guests the latter's mother and sisters, Mrs. Sam Baylor, Mrs. Dwlght Gulp of Garden City, Mich, and Mrs. Jack Kohnescher of Wayne, Mich; who came to attend the funeral services for Joe Doughan, Garner, who died in a tractor accident due to having suffered a heart attack. He was a son- in-law of Mrs. Baylor. MR. AND MRS. Loyola O'Brien were at Ames Saturday to attend Vieshea. They are going to Cedar Falls Wednesday to attend the Honors Convocation in which their daughter, Mrs. David Stewart, will be among the ones receiving honors. MR. AND MRS. Albert Olson were recently visited by their family and grandchidren, Mr. and Mrs. John Alke, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Olson, Webster City, and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lindhorst, Iowa City. MRS. FRANK VERA had as supper guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank, Mason City, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mrs. Esther Helberg. By coincidence, the gathering was on Mrs. Sigsbee's birthday. MR. AND MRS. Dean Parrott attended the funeral services Monday at Centerville for Wilbert Magnall, 73, who died of a stroke. He and Mrs. Parrott's father, the late Gilbert Porter, were partners years ago in the lime quarry business at Mystic. KAREN HAASE, Des Moines, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase. WESLEY ( By Mrs. Viola Studer I Tom Reiling came May 1 from from Camp Pendleton, Calif., to spend a 3 week leave in the parental Rich Reiling home. He will leave May 23 for Camp Le Juene, No. Carolina. The Reiling family spent a recent weekend at Carroll visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Rose, and his mother, Mrs, Josephine Reiling. Marilyn Reiling, who is employed at University hospital, Iowa City, joined her family at Carroll for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode were recent guests in the Raymond Prohaska home at Garner. Other guests included the Kenneth Prohaskas and the Robert Prohaskas, also of Garner. The family dinner party honored the twin daughters, Joan and Jane, of the Raymond Prohaska's, and Kim, daughter of the Robert Prohaskas. The children had received their first holy commu.iion at the Garner Catholic church. Recent guests in the parental Mrs. Justine Becker home in* eluded the Arnold Kollaschesand Pat Baumanns of Whittemore, Ray Brckas, Forest City, Vernon Bertes, St. Joe, Harold Beckers, Algona, Allen Vaskes, Bancroft, Alvin Beckers, Bob and Jane of Wesley. Mrs. Herman Bode entertained the Eveready club May 7. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her bridge club May 12. the Summer reading program will begin June 6 and run for 5 weeks for students of this district. Classes will be conducted from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. and will be taught by Mrs. R. Nes- wold, Mrs. A. C. Discher, Mrs. Mary Rockwood and Mrs. Russell Swanson in the Wesley building i I i graduation gifts for the active young man sport shirts Henley collars, button downs and regulars by Van Heusen, Campus, McGregor and Jockey. All quality fabrics in the latest styles for the young man. wembley ties Famous Wembley neckwear in stripes, paisleys and solids. New popular widths for the up-to-date graduate. interwoven men's hose Sharp dress or sporting sox rolfe's exclusive billfolds Perfect gift for the future businessman and student. swank jewelry Stylish accessories by Swank of tie tacks, cuff links, clasps and jewelry boxes. Colognes/ after shaves and talcums by English Leather and Jade East — the big names on campuses today. Leesures by Lee Modern styling combined with the Lee-Prest permanence for the fashion-minded graduate. Samsonite Made to keep its good looks for years. Resists stains and scuffs. Keeps in shape trip after trip. Perfect graduation gift in varied colors, ^^f^B^^^^F ^7M w W flWI^HBMp flP^Wfl^PflWp llW€WP W wBB^ ^HBF

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