12-Algona, (la.) Upper DM Molne* THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1966 FEDERATED CLUB Algona Federated Club met Monday with Mrs. August Slagle, assisted by Mrs, Steve Wlckliff and Mrs. Arthur Krause. The lesson "Arts and Crafts" was given by Mrs. Perry Collins. - o - HOST CLUBS The Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday with Mrs. Ray Potter. Mrs. Ted Larson was hostess to her bridge club, Oot, 19. Mrs. Katherlne Krause entertained her sewing club Tuesday. - o - FETE BIRTHDAYS Mr. and Mrs. HerbHedlund and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munger were at Spencer Oct. 9, to attend a birthday observance for the mother, Mrs. Neva Munger, and Mrs. Bernard Larson held at the home of the Larsons. - o- WED 38 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seeley celebrated their thirty-eighth wedding anniversary Oct. 13, a quiet affair by having dinner at a cafe. On Sunday they were visited by their son Craig and wife and sons Scott and Brad, of Baltic, near Sioux Falls, S. D. - o- HOLD HAYRIDE The Senior MYF hayride party was held Saturday at 6:45 p.m. Hosts were Messrs and Mesdames Everett Barr, Stanley Muckey and Clifford Teeter. - o- COFFEE CUP CLUB The Coffee Cup Club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Elvira Christensen. Mrs. Ed Larson, Burt, was a guest . - o- BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Martin Becker was hostess to her birthday club Tuesday. She was assisted by Mrs. Evelyn Mawdsley. Guests were Esther Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs. Esther Jandl, Mrs. Ella Sigsbee, Mrs. Valeta Geise, all of Burt, and Mrs. Jes= sle Miller. - o - DAUGHTER IS 6 Mrs. Robert Bonnette gave a party Saturday in celebration of the sixth birthday of her daughter, Brenda. Guests were Debbie and Susie Householder,, Christie Menecke, Lorie Smith, Sharon Leek, Angela Johnson, Vicky Peterson, Jody Jenimus, and the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Amy Johnson, joined the group later In the afternoon. Brenda's sister Linda, 15, assisted in the serving and supervising games. - o - FLAYED 500 Mrs. Mabel Lee was hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening, Oct. 19. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Mitch Taylor is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening, Oct. 20. - o - FETE VISITORS Mrs. Perry Byam who has been visited by her cousin, Celene Vander Eyken, Brussels, Belgium, gave a small party for her recently and a sister of Mrs. Byam, Mrs. Matthew Adams, came from Austin, Minn. At present, Miss Vander Eyken and Mrs. Adams are in Mexico City and were accompanied as far as McAllen, Tex., by Mrs. Adams father Oscar Belle man, of Austin, who will spend the winter there. - o - WED 56 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. John Schueler, ST., Swea City, celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary Oct. 14. The couple were married in 1908 and farmed near Swea City until their retirement In 1953. They are the parents of six children, all of whom were home for the occasion. NEW DUTIES Mrs. Melvln Slfert will begin her duties as manager of Arnolds Beauty Shop, Oct. 24. - o - BIRTHDAY FETED Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ewenhad as guests Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carman and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Sr. The occasion honored Mrs. Garman's birthday and the evening was spent playing cards. HOSPITAL NEWS OCTOBER 5 - Admitted: Mrs. Henry Otto, Algeria, medical; dismissed: Mrs.. Bonnie Vaske and baby, Mrs. Merlin C. Davles and baby, Lone Rock. OCTOBER 6 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haas, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 14 oz.; admitted: Dixie Ellefson, John Hammer, Frank Clnk, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Roger Arndorfer and baby, Sexton; Mrs. David Jensen and baby, Algona; Richard McCarthy, Bancroft. OCTOBER -7 - Admitted: Dena Boekelman, Sister Marylsadore, Bernard Thilges, Lester Walker, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Charles Hanson and baby, Oliver Young, Paul Halverson, Algona; Herbert Kaiser, Lu- Verne; Donald Lappe, Bancroft; Edward Krzyzanowski, West Des Molnes; transferred to Iowa City: Lester Walker, Algona, OCTOBER 10- Admitted: Mrs. Iva Humphrey, Susan Crapser, Frank Butts, Martha Mergen, Algona, medical: David Dimond, Algona, surgery; John Baumann, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Dixie Ellefson, Algona. OCTOBER 11 - Admitted: Mattle McWhorter, Algona, medical; dismissed: Alfred Schafer, West Bend. OCTOBER 12 - Birth: Mr, and Mrs. Robert Slobe, Algona, girl; admitted: Anthony Kohlhaas, West Bend, surgery; dismissed: John Baumann, Whittemore. OCTOBER 13 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs,, 5 1/4 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Bonnstetter, West Bend, girl, 8 Ibs., 11 1/2 oz.; admitted: James Welp, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Lillian Thilges, Irvlngton; Mrs. Martha Mergen, Algona. OCTOBER 14- Admitted: Edward Goecke, Algona, medical; Joseph Orlger, Whittemore, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Gerald Haas and baby, Algona. OCTOBER 15- Admitted: Augusta Schultz, Louise Murphy, Agnes Murphy, Algona, medical. OCTOBER 16 - Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Slobe and baby, Bernard Thilges, Algona. "K«Mtth Favorite ••••••••••••••••••*• Algona High Junior Class Presents! The Friendly Store Algona High's Junior Class Salesmen IT'S FUND-RAISING FRI. - SAT. Oct. 21-22 TO CELEBRATE B. C. 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