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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 2, 1962
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2-Atflowa (In.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, October 2, 1962 frew Members Women of the Moose will meet Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Initiation of new members will be held. Birthday Club "" Helen Dingley entertained fler •birthday club at a dessert lunch^con Saturday. The anniversary of »T5lrs. Matthew Streit was observed. **** -__. TJV.S.C.S. Meets £• Methodist W.S.C.S. meets Thurs£?lay, October 4 for a one o'clock •^luncheon. Mrs. George Scuffham ^ncl Mrs. Rex Voyles are chair.«man and co-chairman. Lesson •"theme is "United Efforts." Club Hostess Mrs. Robert Perry was hostes; to her birthday club Friday after noon. To Present Skit Women's Fellowship of the Congregation church will meet Oct. •4 for a one o'clock luncheon. Dc- volions will be given by Mrs. James Merryman. The program will be a skil, "What's for the Year" by members of the Fellowship. Jjpinner (iiiesls ""' Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and y&lrs. Burton Varcoe and family, -JSmmetsburg. The twelfth birthday ^f the son Charles Varcoe was be- ting observed. Auxiliary Mel •" Good Samaritan Home Auxiliary •'• met Tuesday evening at the home, 'fit was announced that four birthdays are to be observed in Octo. ber. When a resident has a birth• day, all on that floor are served | ' cake by the Pink Ladies. Baby Baptized Baptismal riles were held Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for .Joellen Marie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myrwin Dimond, who was born Sept. 16. Sponsors were Lawrence Heider- scheidt and Mrs. Mildred Pentecost. Coffee Party Mrs. Lydia VVetzcl entertainer at a coffee Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. Harvey Rath", Mrs. M. H McEnroe, Mrs. Soren Didriksen Mrs. A. E. Clayton, Mrs. W. C Dewel. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, Mrs Leo McEnroe, Ida Peterson and Jessie Sarchet. Attend Wedding House guests of Mr. and Mrs Oliver Johnson who came to at tend the wedding of Penny John son and Patrick Duffy, Sept. 22 were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mclntyre nnc Diane, Michigan City and Joht Raz, Union Pier, Mich. At Conference Rev. and Mrs. Frank B. Harcey Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Mrs. Lowell Smith, and Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley attended the North Iowa Associa lion Conference of the Congrega tional Christian churches at First Church, Nashua. Rev. Harcey and Mrs. Bourne are delegates and Mrs. Smith is president of the Woinens Fellowship. Bridge Winners The next regular meeting of the the Algona Duplicate Bridge Club will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3. at the Country Club. Winners at the last session were 1) Dora Means and Mrs. Fred Schlick, (2) Katherine Gilmore and "lara Zender, (3) Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hakes and Mr, and Mrs. Jim Everds. ' St. Ann Auxiliary St. Ann Auxiliary will hold its annual fall membership luncheon .' Oct. 9 at 1:15 at the Algona Country Club. The price is $1.50 and t guests are welcome. Dues for the ! coming year may be paid at this • meeting or sent to Mrs. Ed Adams, , membership chairman. Sheakley's • ivill present a style show. Mrs. ' lames Milder and Mrs. Gordon ; iVinkel are in charge. Door prizes . will be given. Connie Munger, whose marriage to Neal Colwell will take piace Oct. 13, was given a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at Mrs. Florence Col well's at Irvington. Other hostesses were .Mrs. Mary Colwell, Livcrmorc. Mrs. Charles Colwell, St. Benedict, Mrs. B. 0. Davis, Irvington, and Mrs. Lee Vander Waal, Minneapolis. Becky Colwell gave the welcome, a skit was presented by Leona Sabin and Janet Davis. The evening was spent playing bingo. District Confab A district meeting of the D.A.R. vas held at the Cobblestone Inn, Storm Lake, Sept. 25 with all state and district officers of each chap ter present. Attending from Algona were Mrs. M. G. Bourne, chapter regent, Mrs. D. P. Smith, chapter chaplain, Mrs. Roy Adams, Mrs. V. V. Naudain and Mrs. W. W. Jolley, Fenton. Brian Will. 7 Mrs. James Will gave a party Wednesday in celebration of the seventh birthday of her son Brian. Guests were David Chrischilles, Darwin Dohlman, Larry Groen, Michael Koob, Tim Hill, Chris Meyer and Steve Sheakley. Games were played and refreshments served. Jirthday Party Mrs. Ronald Bitz gave a party ast Friday evening in honor o"f her husband's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Gary De Boom, Mr and Mrs. Ed Bowman, Mf. ahc Mrs. Clyde Priebe, Mrs. Dale La\\s and Mrs. Florence Buttef- field. The time was spent socially and refreshments were served. Leaders Grade Record Books OH-H Clubs County boys' 4-H leaders graded 4-H record books and selectee 1 county award winners at their meeting Tuesday evening. Thr ligh quality and large quantity o he records made for a busy eve ning session. County award winners selectee at the meeting will be announcec n November at the annual town ship award night programs. Lead ers indicating an interest in goinp on the Chicago Award Trip were John Richardson of Grant anr Herschel Hartman of Fenton. Ed Kain of the Plum Creek club won the baby beef sale price guessing contest with his estimate of $478.00, only 70 cents more than the actual, price. Assisting leaders in the selection of county awards were Fred Asa, boys' county 4-H club chairman of Wesley and Gerald Pedersen of Ledyard. Leaders attending the meeting were Burdette Hoeppner and Nick Thomsen, Aggressive Lads; Floyd Bode, Algona club; William Fritz Buffalo club; Wallace Hawcott Burt Bombers; Lloyd W. Thorson Eagle Wildcats; Herschel Hartman, Fenton Progressors: Arnold Ketelsen, Garfield Hustlers; Albert A. Anderson and John Richardson, Grant Hustlers; Gerald Soderberg, Greenwood club. Ervin Ruhnke, Lotts Creek Leaders: John Pergande, Lu- Verne club; Eugene Drager and Ed Kain, Plum Creek club; Albert H. Johnson, Prairie club; Don Diers, Ramsey club; Bernard Thilges, St. Joe Trojans; Cecil Thoreson and Glenn Olson, Swea- Harrison club; Kenneth Strayer Union club; Joseph Skow and Charles Nygaard, Wesley club and Robert Detrick, Whittcmore club. Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals met with Rachel Jenkinson Sept. 22. Election of officers was held and elected president was Ellen Siemer; vice president and photographer, Jane Raney; secretary and treasurer, Linda BHstow; historian, Linda Ruhnke; reporter, Vicky Fox; recreation, Luana Leek; musip, Vickie Siemer; librarian, Diane Arndorfer. Talks were given by Vickie Siemer and Linda Ruhnke. A demonstration was given by Luana Leek. Installation of of- ficers will be Oct. 20 at the home of Jane Raney. FILING CABINETS, 2, 3, 4 drawer, also combination fil. ing-storage cabinefs 1ft vat* iely of sizes. 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