Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1965
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(iowaj ADVANCE nea ttciserodt, entertained t THURSDAY, JAN t 21, WS !ft. S. ft. C. Tuesday evening. SOCIETY WOMEN'S CLUB MEETS The Plum Creek Women's club met Jan^ 13 at the home of Mrs Hollis Benschotcf. assisted by Mrs Wayne Keith. Mrs .John Sciiffham had the opening number "A Helpful Hint" Roll call "Current Event of Cuba" was answered by 17 members and three guests. Thank you letters from the Woodward and Iowa Childrens Home was read. A got well card was sent (o Mrs Sadie Skilling who is in a hospital at Boone. The program on Cubs was given by Mi*s Mike Scttmidl. The afternoon closed with the serving of lunch. The next meeting will be held Feb. 10. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs Donald ' Arnisltting was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday evening. KNITTING CLUB MEETS Mrs Lcs Faber was hostess to her knitting club last week on Wednesday afternoon. SURPRISE ON BIRTHDAY Mrs R. R. Gillingham was given a surprise parly Saturday evening by members of her family . in observance of her birthday. Present were her brothers Vic Neuroth and Ray Neuroth and wives, the latter cou-l pie from West Bend, sisters, Mrs Frank Weber and Mrs Mag- f nus Rahni and husbands, and Mr and Mrs Russell Hardgrove, and sons-in-law and daughters Mr and Mrs Stanley Black, Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdrnan, Mr and Mrs Richard Erdman and Mr and Mrs Martin Becker. The birthday cake was made by Mrs Ray Neuroth. Lunch was served and the evening was spent at cards. 3RD BIRTHDAY Mrs Herb Hedlund gave a party Jan. 13 in celebration of the third birthday of her son Tommie. Guests were Jimmy Muckey, Gary Smith, Mike and Mark Berninghaus, Brian and Becky Koogman, Hal and Holly Haas and the mothers, Debbie Munger, Mrs C. R. McQuiston and Mrs Neva Munger, mother of Mrs Hedlund, of Spencer. Games were played by the children and the women spent the time socially. OBSERVING 87th BIRTHDAY Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman are entertaining a group of friends at a Card party Sunday evening in honor of Mrs Lowman's mother Mrs Katie Schroeder's 87th birthday. Out of town guests will be Mr and Mrs Gus Mibbeler, of Omaha. Mrs Elizabeth Post was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Dorothy Sabin dies Sunday, 41 years old Funeral services for Dorothy Viola Sabin were held at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. N. Coughenour officiating. Music was by Mrs. Glen Graham and Mrs. Rex Taylor. Mrs. Sabin died Sunday at St. Ann hospital after a lingering illness. Dorothy , Viola Jennings was born July 2, 1923, In Cresco township, daughter of Florence Smith arid John Jennings. Her marriage to Led Sabin was May 6, 1939, in Algona by Rev. English. Surviving besides her husband are two daughters and a son: Sharon, Mrs. Robert Hanson, Ames; Carolyn, at home; Carroll. Algona. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings, Sexton, and two grandchildren also survive. Brothers and sisters living are Virgil Jennings; Merna, Mrs. Willard Gregsott, Algona; Doris Norland, Swea City; Jean, Mrs. Clarence Canady, I r v i h g t o h; Donald Jennings, So. SiOux City, Neb. Burial was in Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were John Rich, Daniel Fisher, Glen Sabin, Raymond Walker, Walter Rich, and George Rich. McCullough's was in charge. FIFTH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Wayne Dugan, Nancy and Wayne Jess, and Mr and Mrs Ray Black. It was an observance of the fifth birthday of Wayne Jess, grandson of the Jess Dugans. 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs Bernard Meister entertained at a luncheon Sun-; day at the Johnson House in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. 100 guests were present. 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