The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1948 · Page 3
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Sti new for spring pril n** ryfei if' W , 'Gay, gala and as new as the first^ robin! Butcher linen washable .dress in assorted colors. Big, bold . horizontal stripes. Guaranteed fast , color. See it now at - 1 Elite Shop ; SOCIETY , LiHda Livingstbn, Two— _Mi*s. Francis Livingston entertained at a birthday party, Friday afternoon, honoring her daughter Linda's second anniversary. Guests were Nancy Rae, Joan Marie, and Betty Jean Noland, David, Chloris, and Darlene Skogstrom, Bill and Barbara Bartlett, Becky, Janet, and Kent Jergcrtson, Mike, Patty and John Gilbert, Dorothy Hagg, Patty and Mick Sanders, of 'Spirit Lake, and Richard and Loren Thompson. Ad\.ilt guests were the parents of the children, Mrs. C. L. Livingston, and Marie Obe. The afternoon was spent at games and closed with the serving of lunch. Doan Women Hosts— The Doan Woman's club fheld their annual banquet at which their husbands were guests at Lindy's Wednesday evening. Those in attendance were Messrs. and Mesdames Ross^-Buffington, Dale; Struthers. -John Miller. Percy Brink, Fred Asa, Harold Martinek, Leander Soefcld, Henry Mertzz, Fred Erickson, and J. B. Asa, Tables were decorated With the George Washington motif, a'nd the evening was spent at cards. High score prize-winners were Mrs. Erickson and Harold present being Mr. and MfS. William Carney, parents, of Mrs. Nichtern, Mr. and Mr's. Raljph Carney, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weil-, and Mr. artd Mrs. Leldttd Knudtson. Mrs. William' Carney remained a week with the Nidi* terns and was brought home by, her husband, wjio went back later. • At Parents' Atin5ve*sa*y— ' Mrs. O.wen Hurt and Patty went to Dickens, Saturday, to spertd the day with her parents* in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hurt, who were celebrating their ^52rtd wedding anniversary by* having a few friends as guests. Mr, Hurl drove over early in the evening to join the party and brought his wife and daughter back. Card Club Hosts—Mr, and Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson entertained their card club, Thursday evening. The group had dinner at George's and spent the evening at the Hutchinsons', Other members are Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. RUS- sell Pickett, and Mr. and Mrs. William Barry Jr. ( Birthday Honors—> Mrs. Alice Duryea was given a party last week Saturday afternoon honoring her" birtHday. Guests were Mrs. Ralph Campbell of Seneca, Mrs. Otis O'psol, of Armstrong, Mrs. Sarah Nelsori and Mrs. Webb, of Fort Dodge, son, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Neilson of LuVerne. Dinner Quests— Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Zenor had as dinner guests last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freeman and Leslie. Merry Mixer Hbsfess— Mrs. C. H. Simpson was hostess to the "Merry Mixer" sewing Club, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Pollard Entertains— • Mrs. C. U. Ppllard was hostess tb her knitting club members "Tuesday afternoon) Guests of the club were Mrs. Don Nelson and Mrs. Frank Huxtable. Martinek, travel prize went to and Lorraine Bock. A pot-luck Henry Mertz, and Mrs. Buffing- lunch was served and the after- ton won a prize for h'aving the nooij was spent socially. score nearest Washington^ birth date. .^jfc Honored on Birthday Mrs. Clifford Johnson entertained Saturday evening in celebration of her daughter Maxirie's 14th birthday. Guests were Ma 1 donna McGuire, • Chloris Skog- strom. June Bilsborough, Marlene St. John, Sharon Putz, Diane Schaap, Barbara Hard grove, Maxine-Gibson, Carol Finn, Jane Hicks, Corinne Carstensen, Janice Walker, Ellen Lundh, Jill Cla'psaddle, Shirley and Doris Weiner, and Kathleen Screiber. Games were played and were followed by refreshments. McArlhurs Are Hosis— Mr. and Mrs.Wallace McArthur were hosts at a party last week Monday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling, Mr. and vMrs. Ralph Herberts, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl,' and Mr. and Mrs., Ben Meyer. Cards furnished the evening's amusement, with high score prizes being won by Mrs^Kohl and'Mr. Mever, low score prizes to Mrs. Sterling and Mr. : Harberts. and went to Mr"; Kohl: travel prize Family TMnner Party — ' A family Vdinncr was held at the Harvey Nichjerns' at Graet- Mrs. Hill Hostess— Mrs* Jess Hill was her bridge club hostess to members, Wednesday afternoon.. The high score prize was won by Mrs, George Mahoney and Mrs. Clara Sankey t won the low score prize. Bridge: Club Party — Mrs. ' Dick Norton < entertained the members of 'her Abridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Allen B'ucha'nan and Mrs. Bob Williams won the high and second high score prizes respectively. Pinochle Club Meets — Mr. and Mrs. David Smith entertained the members of their Pinochle club Wednesday evening, Mrs. William Bestenlehner won the high score prize and Howard Stillman won the low score prize. i Mrs. Dau Hostess — Mrs. William Dau was hostess 'to her bridge club members last week Tuesday evening. Prizewinners were Mrs.' John Dutton, high score, and' Mrs. L. E. Hovey, low score. Sunday Dinner Guests— Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll, brother of Mrs. John- tinger last, week Sunday,' those p, >i ' * j \' ' r " '^i* ' **" -~ I IS, •' ' 'Qe< 'Hi 'AF ipwa require extyit pQwfJshipcn^thc high quality proteins, lactose and mineral?, thai roillr prq4? ii?ts prpvidc, Kraylsts-«''Qo?rtain,ing"8«^ jnil^ products «-8ddi high quality, mite proteins, minerals, endja^ ' LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Zenor went to Emmetsburg last week to visit Mr. and "Mrs. Sherwood Potter, who recently moved there. Sherwood had been employed here at Harold's Food Market but was transferred to the store at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chelchowski, who came from New York City and visited the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs./ Sam Hagg -for a few months, left last week Saturday for Denver, Colo., where they will make their home. Mrs. G. D. Brundage left for Goshen. Ind., accompanying the body of her mother Mrs. Jennie- B. Smiley, who died Sunday morning in Mason City at the age of 84 years. Funeral and burial will be in Goshen, Ind., the former .home of Mrs. Smiley. Dr. H. D. Meyer Was attending the national convention of the A.merican Osteopathic Proctologists at Dallas, Texas, last week. He and Mrs. Meyers drove down, leaving Sunday morning and arriving Monday evening. They •planned to be home last Sunday. 'Frank and Ed. Rosenmeyer and Mrs. Ida Dome, all of Saskatchewan, Canada, are visiting Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Aman of Algoha, and their mother at St. Benedict. They left Kossuth county about 25 years ago, and are full fledged citizens of Canada. The two men are now retired. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh is again a grandmother, a daughter having arrived last Saturday at'the home of her daughter, Mrs. Josephine Pruyn in Des Moines. This gives trie Pruyns two "daughters,- Polly and Susan. Mrs. Murtagh has been at the home of her daughter for several weeks. Phil Kohlhaas returned Friday from Washington, D. C., where v .«. had visited his ' sort and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Kohlhaas. He flew ' as far as Chicago, 111., enroute home, stopping there to visit friends (returning the remaining distnace by train.) * Mr. and Mrs. Gen* Hefi*, are parents of a son born Saturday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. He weighed nine pounds arid has been named Gene Laflriing, There are two other children' in the family, a boy and girl. 'Mrs. J. C. Bussanmus, mother of Mrs. Hertz, came Sunday from G-len- Wood and will remain here-several days supervising the household. . Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hast/,,.and Joan spent Sunday of last Week with the latter's parents, Mr." ; and Mrs. Martin Olson at DUncorhbe. Monday, Mr. 1 Hasty and Joari' Visited her brother arid sistet-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Olson at Fort Dodge, and Sunday,;Mr. and Mrs. Hasty visited Mr: '/and Mrs. Guy Nelson at Webster City. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mr. Hasty. Capt. Stanley Moore and' his wife are leaving today for Sfcbtt Flying Filed, 111.,'after a visit in Algona With his relatives. Capt. Moore will leave the middfe of March for San .Francisco 'from Where he will fake' a boat, for Jripan for flying service there. Mrs. Moore will follow him t& Japan later. Mrs. Roy Keen left Tuesday morning for Des Moines to spend a few days with her son Dick.and- family and attended Show Boat'at the :• K.R.N.T. radio theater. Thursday she will go to St. Paul to spend the rest of the week "ijvith the Walter Bartons and attefld. a Minneapolis Symphony concert, and the Ice Follies. Her daughter, Marilyn will join her irf ( St. Paul' for the weekend, flying' 'up from Rochester where she recently finished nurses training, xbut will for a time remain in Rocfies-- ter, where she is' head nurse 1 -'in operating room No. 9. " .'" The Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, ^Joseph Skow, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Mrs. Vernell Hardgrove, >*and Mrs.; Keith Strayer attended ' ah organ recital Sunday • evening, given at the Methodist church'^at Britt by Emlyn Owen, pip^j;.pr- ganist of the Congregational church at Waterloo. Mdrlday evening an organ recital -was given at the Congregational church at Spencer by Alexander Schriver, organist of the tabernacle at Salt Lake City. Utah. Those attending Monday pve^iii were the Rev. Gilbert /Kuyper, Mrs. C. B. 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