•-ALOONA tie**) ADVANCt MONDAY, NOV. 14, OY MOl I Y M.cDONAl D B*si Bssa ESS® rass ESW ESWI Mr. end Mrs. Lloyd Robinson i by Mrs, .Hood's mother, Mrs. L ^ visited for several days last Dale Auld of La Porte City,' la., and her grandmother^ Mrs. C. E. DarnieUe of Blpomfield, la. Mr, end Mr*. Pat Mohteg will spend the cdmihg weekend in Perry, la,, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Collins. Mr*. Gerald Ferris is at home recuperating frohl surgery. She will return to work at the Montr gomery Ward store Dec. 1. Dr. end Mrs. L. L. Snyder were visited for a few days last week by their son, John, a student at Grinnell. Mr. end Mrs. Everett Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. William Finn and Mr. and.Mrs. Merlon Merte drove to Rochester : last week Sunday to visit Webb Fowler at Methodist hospital. Several more in the neighborhood had planned to go also but' were unable to get away. ,, .. '.\\-•>•••. ',;.-. Mr. end Mrs. Jerry Cowan week by Mrs. Robinson's aunt Snd uncle, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Baxter of Ryan, la. Mr. end Mrs. Keith Christie had as weekend guests recently Mr. Christie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Christie of Shenan- (ktah, la., and his brother, Rich- aid Christie of Omaha. Mr. end Mrs. Casey Loss drove to, Iowa City Wednesday and then to Vinton where Mr. Loss attended a meeting of the Iowa Board of Regents. Mr. and Mrs. returne home over the weekend. Dr. and Mrs. M. 6. Bourn* in Des Moines last week Friday where they visited Dr. and Mrs. Arlo Adams. While mere they saw the movie "Doctor Zhivago". They returned home Saturday. D«al visited his mother, Celia Deal, last weekend. ii: Mrs. Kim is teaching music in the Glad brook, la, school system. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Eriekson will have as their guests for several days this weekend Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. 0. J. Anderson of Buffalo, Minn! I***}! :. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison left last week by plane for Los Aing-5 eles where slie is visiting her sister and brother-in-law, the M. A. Ptatersons. .'-She^will also spend some time with.her daughter and her family, Mr. and'Mrs. John Carroll, Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick had as their guest«for several days last week, Dr. Kenefick's T,•.Miss Naomi kenefick jof jle Grove. Mr. end Mrs; John Hood were Visited for a few days last week visit Mr, ThorMon'i fftftftta, Mr. Mrsr M. B. Thofeiotu eetobtate the **niot fcrthdty. Mr. 1 1 Mrs, Prad WefeMr anel Ml** Will apeflt UM week Sun- in Wells, Minn., visiting Louiae Evftns KUktt, whom they h*d not Men for over SO yeai*. MM, Ktett lived with the Godleb Fertskes in Whitternore at one time, ( SOCIETY were among the. , Algonjans , who attended "Hello Dolly" 'in DeS Moines- .-oyen ' Uie > Weekend, The* , Cowans also heard Herb Alpert and. Ittt* Tijuana Bra&f. #j. Mr. end Mrs. N. S. Bangs, Jr., were visited, for a few days re- route to 'Florida where she will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skog- strom spent the weekend in Iowa City and Des Moines. On Saturday, they attended the lowa- OMo State; garnet ; Dr. and* Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Kirk Hayes and sons John and Jeff, visited Mrs. Bourne's aunt ! and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Malanid in Elmore, Minn., last Plan Golden weddirig •' " ••••'••'• _ " - ' ' . • . -'' . _ ; "''"•.". ' i :> '/.'..T5>' MR. AND MRSi HOMER COOTS, parents! of Mrs; and Dangelser, will be honored at an open house for their 50th ,weddihg anniversary, Sunday, Nov. 20, from. 1:30 to 4:30 p.m? In. the; American 'Legion, Hall at Mt. Auburn. They have five sonsi and daughtersiwho will host the occasion. Mr. and Mrs,' Coots have many, relatives arid friends in: this area and in Titonka whos are invited to attend or send cards. DINNIR PARTY HlLD A candlelight dinner party was held Wednesday evening at home of Mrs. Terry > Me- j. Hostesses were Mrs. Me- Ouire, Mrs. James Andreasen, -' Mrs. Jerry Cowan and Mrs. Doug Diekman. They entertained the ' other. members of their bridge !club| Mrs, Richard Thoreson, Mrs. Kevin Nash, Mrs. Sheridan Cook and Mrs. Jerry Anderson. An autumn motif was carried but with gold and pumpkin colors. The hostesses served shrimp fondue in a silver chafing dish. Bridge was played following the dinner. Mrs/Thoreson held high score for the evening. , • CHURCH WOMEN ELECT The First Lutheran Church Women elected -their new officers recently; .President, Mrs. w,eefc Sunday. '- Y Dr. Tend Mrs. John Kenefick ^.j.^iii'. Deis Moines oyeir ^the/ -eekertd visiting their idauglhter- in-law, Mrs.. Stephen Kenefick, Katie .and Stephanie, While therevthey saw "Hello Dolly!" at the .KENT Theater., Others who saw Carol Channing in "Hello Dolly!" last week were "Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will, Kim and- Mark, and Mrs. John McGoiire. . Mr. end Mrs. Sheridan Cook, Sheryl and ; Lynin. will drive to Moniticello, la., next weekend to Cook's brother, George McMull-! in, a. .student-at Ames * " Mr. and Mn. N. S. Be traveled io Wihdom, Milin:,* weekend for some hunting.-" Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemkee were visited recently by Lemkea's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Steev-i es and two sons of St. Cloud; Minn. ' ... . . Recent visitor at the home of Mrs. Wade Sullivan, was Larry Sullivan of Des Moines. . .";• i Mr. end Mrs. Richard There- son, Becky and David went to Mel Ot Mrs. A. trtiiuwf, Mrs, , , , ty (JilbfliUi; Outwach Fellowship chiifmin, MM; Clayton Perdvalj Christian Action w chairmen, Mn. Vefnoh Jertwn and Mrs. Merton MOM,, Mrs. Don Frederick, sec change. Hostess for th« «v«tilng was Mr*. Williamrinn. MOMINADtRl MIIT i t Rusk, Fai ,, and Mrs. and Life chair man, continued in their,, posts TiNTH BIRTHDAY OBIIRVID Tom Kolp, ton' of Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Kolp, celebrated hi* tenth birthday Saturday. Quests for lunch and the afternoon were JefMCoob, Danny .Frankl, Steve Harris,,Murk Myers, Chuck R«ding, Pat Glnnis, Kurt Hofittey, Lytle, , Mike Me- David Dan ielson, Lonny Carlson and Scott Allen. BANOUIT TUESDAY A ' father-daughter banquet will Be held'tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 0:45 at the First Lutheran Church: John Lande is chairman of the banquet. Enter the Aigoti* Saturday eveftihg at the V. F. w. hX" ftuss McCornm ^Mad tainment will Duanc Eliot be provided 7 by and" his puppet ''Floppy." Mr;< Eliot is a Des Moines radio and television .personality. • ' :•./•;..:;;-;;/,;•: SOROPTIMIST CLUB MEETS The Soroptimist Club met for a 6:30 dinner at the Chrome Cafe November 8th, fr^wed by a social evening at the home of Mrs. William Finn. Names were drawn for a Christmas gift ex- attend the wedding of Mrs. Spirit Lake last week Sunday to My sincere thanks ta tbt voters of I f^E : r Kossnth Gounl November 8th. . W. B. (Bing) MacDonald Hd,'la., was the caller iiirowiir TTON! 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