The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1936 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1936
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The AlgonaJgpper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 15,1936 ,. ****** «P*"« Molnes attending an iMurance company dinner and • meeting. Mr. Mid MM. Stan Smith spent ***.?«* ««d at Waterloo as giiests of fnends. «J$*** *&* *««*»»««• of Omaha, • arrived Thursday and will visit a few days with her Wends, Mr. and Mrs. John Prankl. .Nancy Ann Crawford, four month Old daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford, is recuperating from a severe cold. fttffc t». JT. Clopton, the former Ann Dreesman, is helping out in the Chrischllles & Herbst department store during the Christmas rush. Mr. and Mrs. A. I* Brown, the former Is county agent, attended * meeting of county agents' of northern Iowa at Charles City, Saturday night. A beautiful 15-foot^ Cftrtetmaa tree stands in the lobfcr of Hotel Algona. It is lighted 'Sy 100 colored lights, and was trimmed by Bill Romig. Mrs. H. R. Rowe of Lake Park arrived last week Saturday and will visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. V. H. Coffin until following the Christmas holidays. Mrs, tt. E. Van Dorstan of Clear Lake will return to her home Friday after spending a week visiting friends and relatives. She stayed with her daughter, Thelma, at the W. V. Butter residence during her stay in Algona. ,** "Bwgfleld is expected home ,? JIowa Clty Saturday. He is attending the Iowa University and will spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Berg- neld. * Roth t'ayne, daughter of Mr. and £«£• a J -, payne ' "turned to her home Sunday after spending a week's vacation visiting at the n f •"? ot he r aunt, Mrs. Carl Bruer «t S 1 ^ 6 ^ 0113 ^ Ruth ls em P'oyed at the Godden Monument Works. Mrs. 3. H. Relmke, accompanied by her daughter, Elsie, went to E*- ceisior Springs, Missouri, last week, where Mrs. Helmke is undergoing medical examination and treatment. Elsie returned Monday and said that her mother will stay at that place for at least a month. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Bnrmetater became the parents of a baby girl born December 1. The baby is named Donna Jean. The Burmels- ters Were former residents of Algona, Mr. Bureimater teaching manual training in the local school. They are now residents of Menom- Inee, Wisconsin. A group of young people of the Presbyterian church attended a Christian Endeavor meeting at Estherville last week Tuesday. They were Joseph Skow, Fidelia Skow, Qlendora Burbank, Audrey Potter, Lois Colwell, Ruth Turner, Willlam Turner, Maxine Peterson, Esther; June, Merle, and Lucille Strayer, and Donald, Wayne and Merrill Weaver. Mrs. S. D. Wilson entertained a number of her friends Friday afternoon at a sewing party at her home. Mrs. H. D. Hutchins entertained at two tables of bridge at her home Friday evening. Mrs. H. R. Cowan received the first prize. The V. F. W. Auxiliary sponsored a blanket dance at the V. F. W. hall Friday evening. Music was furnished by the Algona Rhythm club. The pre-school group met at the home of Mrs. Holman Anderson last week Tuesday afternoon. The women listened to a radio* program front Ames, after which there was a general discussion. Carmen and Lamon Wellendorf, and Janice Bartholomew were guests of Betty Jean Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, who was celebrating h*r fifth birthday Thursday afternoon. The members of the Larlcin club met at the home of Mrs. Homer Anderson Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent at sewing and embroidering. A lunch was served late In the afternoon. Lucille Peterson entertained the members of the Telephone Bridge club at her home Wednesday evening. Opal Meyers won the first prize, Gertrude Kuchenreuther second prize, and travel was received by Mabel Kohl. Mrs. David King entertained at three tables of bridge Thursday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Meda Redfield, low prize went to Mrs. James Watts, and travel to Mrs. Peets. A two course luncheon was served. The Woman's Foreign Mission- 1 ary society of the Methodist church I met at the home of Mrs. Earl Ma-' son Thursday afternoon. A bus-1 iness meeting was held. Mrs. H. M. Olson was the lesson leader, and Mrs. O. B. Laing gave a Christmas reading. Mrs. Minnie Long is president Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson were host and hostess Thursday evening at a 6:30 dinner party. Bridge was played after dinner, and the family prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. John FrankL Consolation prize for men went to W. P. HemphtH, and for women to Mrs. Leon Merritt. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Holt entertained the employees of the Graham store at a theatre and dinner party Monday evening. The guests first enjoyed the picture PThree Men on a Horse" at the Call Theatre and went, to the Holt home for a late dinner. Mr. Holt is manager of the local Graham store. The Ladles' Aid of tt»e Methodist church met in the church parlors Wednesday at a one o'clock luncheon. The tables and parlors were decorated with Christmas decorations. The committee served an un- uiualiy large crowd. Mrs. Walter Klamp wns chairman of the committee. Mrs. J. H. Edge reviewed the book, "Gone With the Wind." Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox were host and hostess Sunday at a 6 o'clock dinner and bridge party. Guests were John Reding, Mr. and Mrs. John Winkel, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Wlnkel, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser, Frances Winkel, Evelyn and Irene Capesius and Edward Capesius. Bob LaBarre will spend two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. LaBarre, arriving home Friday. Bob is a student at Iowa City. Mr. and Mr*. W. C. Iretan were in Mason City on business, Thursday. L. Lwffert. I In is attending Iowa State College at Ames. Vernon Kohlhna* is expected to arrive homo Friday from Iowa City, where he is a student at the University for a two weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs P J Kohlhaas. 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