The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1966
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8-Algona (to.) Upper Dei MdlnM ThurHoy, May 19, 1966 SWEA-EAGLE ANNUAL DINNER The annual church school worker's dinner was held Thursday at 6:30, a W. S. C. S. courtesy to all church workers, substitutes, vacation school workers and commission on education. - o- MOTHER AWARDS Awards were given mothers on Mother's Day at the Methodist church. The oldest mother present was Mrs. E. B. Wilson, 95, the youngest, Mrs. Dale Kent; mother of the youngest child, Mrs. Willis Woodwick; mother with the most children present, Mrs. Mitch Taylor, who has seven children; mother from the greatest distance, Mrs. Dee Cook, who is mother of Mrs. Dean Koob. A special award was given Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, who has the unique honor of being a mother, step-mother, mother- in-law, grandmother and great- grandmother. - o - PLAN TEA A Presbyterian Mother and Daughter Tea will be held May 22 from 3 till 5 p. m. The program will be given in the sanctuary and starts at 3 o'clock. Presbyterian graduating seniors will sit together at the service. - o - W. S. C. S. CIRCLES Circles of Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet May 19 as follows: Sept., Mrs. George Scuffham; Oct., Mrs. W. C. Irelan; Nov., Mrs. Sam Shipler; Dec., Call State Park; Jan., Mrs. Roy Burris; Feb., Mrs. Frank Moulton; March, Mrs. L. R. Potter; April, Mrs. Phillip Arndorfer; May, Mrs. William Wyatt; June #1, Mrs. Lawrence Miller; June #2, Mrs. Darrell Mosher. - o - MEMBERSHIP PINS Life Membership pins at the W. S. C. S. meeting May 5 were Mesdames Lyle Steele, Ray Potter, Russell Cook and Ed Hagg. New officers were installed by Rev. Newton Coughenour and Mrs. John McGuire and Mrs. L. R. Kees were in charge of the memorial services. - o- HONOR BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie entertained at dinner May 14 in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. George Manus, Burt, and Anna Meyer, Corwith. Other guests were Mrs. Etta Holdren, Mrs. Larry Manus, Burt, Mrs. Phil Puffer, Corwith, and Mrs. Verle Elmore. - o - CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Harold Hobson entertained her 500 club May 18. Mrs. Harold Lampright entertained her bridge club last Wednesday, afternoon. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Lloyd Muckey was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. High score prize winner was Mrs. Verna Hovey. Low score prize went to Mrs. Pearl Potter. - o MR. AND MRS. Homer Clark and Tim were recently at St. Anthony for a visit with Homer's mother, Mrs. Clyde Clark. MR. AND MRS. Oran Hudson were visited by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baer, St. Claire, Minn. Final Meeting By. Mn. Kenneth Brones Mrs. Marlin Geerdes entertained 16 girl classmates for the 7th birthday of her daughter, Peggy. Guests were Kim Sykes, Laura Lunn, Jill Lockwood, Corrine Larson, Carol Mein, Monica Johnson, Mitzi Gray, Tanya Anderson, Cindy Walstead, Marcla Taylor, Dori Walker, Linda Thorson, Lynn Greimann, Sally Preston, Sharl Bunkofske and Mary Jo Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mather drove to Des Molnes Thursday to meet their son, Dick, who has been serving in Hawaii. He has a month leave, after which he is to return to Hawaii. The Art Krachts and the R. S. Mathers have been making frequent trips to Holy Family hospital to visit the ladles' father, Paul Wegner, medical patient there. At this writing he is improving rapidly. Danny Anderson of Waverly spent the weekend at the home of his parents, the Albert Andersons. Mrs. Johnie Tobin was a guest of her daughter, Marjorle, at Mornlngside College, Sioux City, Friday evening and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bahmann and Todd Gregory of Cedar Rapids were Saturday to Monday guests at the home of her parents, the Cecil Thoresons. Todd Gregory, born April 4, is the first grandchild of the Cecil Thoresons and the first child of the Bah- manns. The baby was baptized at Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday, with Rev. Julius Peterson officiating. Sponsors were Paul Thoreson and Heidi Thoreson. Dinner guests at the Cecil The Delphian Society here will hold its final meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. Harold Gilmore today (Tuesday^ Co-hostesses for the breakfast will be Mrs. D. P. Smith and Mrs. Delia McCullough. New officers will also be elected. HONOR David Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Steinberg, Buffalo Center, was awarded the highest degree that can be conferred by the State Ass'n. F. F. A. David was honored at the 38th State Leader ship Conference held in Cedar Rapids and given the Iowa Farmer Degree. Only 2% of the membership in (he F. F. A. is awarded the degree. Thoresons following services were great-grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Jensen, Algona, other grandparents, the Chris Bah- manns, Ceylon, Minn., the Willis Bahmanns and Todd, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thoreson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schriber, Sac City; Petrea Thoreson, JoNelle Hall, Hinton, James Schriber, SacCity, Bonnie Cohrt, Clear Lake, and Paul Thoreson. Afternoon callers at the Thore- sons were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Bahmann, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Jensen, Bancroft, Everett Jensen, Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mosloske, Lori, Mark and Jean, East Chain, Minn., Mrs. Lucy Lofstrom and Willie, Jerry Hackett, St. James Minn., another college student from Ames. Mrs. Darrel Bishop entertained 15 boys of the first grade for her son Cameron's 7thbirth- day, after school Thursday. Evening guests were both grandparents, the Dillard Bishops, and Rev. and Mrs. S. Hammer, Gilmore City. Recent guests at the Darrel Bishop home were the Dillard Bishops and Rev. and Mrs. S. Hammer. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lockwood and family were Sunday guests at the home of her grandparents, the Ole Petersons at Fenton. Her parents, the Emil Bleck- wenns, were other guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Larson became parents of their third daughter, Cathy Ranae, May 4 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. The little girl weighed 7 Ibs., 4 oz. Other children are Debra Jean, 8, and Cheryle Lynn, 5. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Larson, Fairmont. Great grandparents were Mrs. Ernest Larson, Swea City, and Mrs. Gust Larson, Armstrong. Legion Auxiliary held its quarterly hospital meeting May 4 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Mrs. Amery Charlson and Mrs. Wallace Johnson were assistant hostesses. Mrs. William Mather, Jr., hospital chairman, reports that three hos- pital gowns were completed, two bed pads made, carpet rags sewed, and scrap books compiled. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle entertained on Mother's Day, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Beadle, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse, Mr. and Mrs. August Robison. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hammond and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schueler and family, Titonka. Mrs. Vern Mortensen called from Hutchison, Minn, to wish Mrs. Robison a happy Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garry and family, Stewartville, Minn., ware recent guests at the home of her sister and family, the Carl Schau- bergers. The Schaubergers and family were Sunday guests at the William Schauberger home at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Picht and daughters were Sunday guests at the home of her mother, Mrs. .Albert Bosma, Lakota. The Elward Pichts and Ricky were Saturday evening guests at the Raymond Picht home. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Richardson, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Percy McDowell and family and John Brown, Ft Dodge, were recent guests at the parental Herb Patterson home, Buffalo Center. Sunday guests at the Arthur W. Larson home were Mrs. Don Martin, and Mrs. Elvena Benson and Richard, Emmet sburg. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Larson and Anne. The Swea precinct Republican caucus was held at the Glen Clark home May 2. Glen Clark was elected chairman and Mrs. Laurel Peterson was named as Sec. Committee man, Laurel Peterson and committee woman, Mrs. Thompson. Four delegates for the county convention at Algona May 20 are lit. and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson. Lunch was served by Mrs. Clark. " At the Merrin Johnson home recently were Mr.andMrs.Cedl Godfredson, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Parish, Louisville, Ky., dinner guests, and Mr. and REDUCED LIMITED TIME ONLY! REGULAR 2 99 WASHABLE LAY SHOES 44 FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY) Reduced! Men's and Boys' Breezy Cool Canvas Shoes Monks cloth uppers, cork crepe soles. Boys' 2V4-6, Men's 6^-11 Women's: Your choice of white or black. Sizes 4 to 10 Narrow or Medium. 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