The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 24
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Mr and Mrs Granzow were dinner, guests last Sunday of Mr and Mrs Les Kenyon. Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke spent Sunday at Ames with Mr and Mrs Robert Stanton, Mr and Mrs Arnie Helle, Lansing, are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Chester Wille. Mr and Mrs August Slagle had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs Selby Russell, Mountain Home, Ark. • Mrs Carrie St. John left Salur- - day for Columbus, Ohio to visit a few weeks with Mr and Mrs William Kinsey. Mr and Mrs Art Cruikshank returned Sunday from a visit of a week at Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Holland Grefe. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason and daughter Susan spent last weekend at Nevada with Mr and Mrs James Potter and,family. Mr and Mrs Nels Isaacson and personnel of the studio attended a photographer's convention Saturday and Sunday at Des Moines. Members of St. Thomas Episcopal church held a picnic dinner Sunday at the Ambrose Call State park following the morning services. Mrs Hazel Lusby, Mrs Elizabeth Post and Evelyn Cady are leaving Friday for a weekend visit at Davenport with Mr and .Mrs A. Jj. Long", ' ' RiMr and Mrs Howard French, foVaerly of Phoenix,- Ariz., are visrtei Mr and Mrs Herbert FrencISflt Rossie and at the conclusion^ the visit will visit relatives here. Mr and Mrs Herman Funk and Mr and Mrs Louis Hanseri and children drove to Clear Lake last Sunday for dinner, a Mothers Day gesture'for Mrs Funk and Mrs Harisen. In the evening the Funks were visited by Mr and Mrs Fred Funk, Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel were recently at St. Clair, Minn,, visiting various relatives andfriends While -there they attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration of Mr and Mrs Charles Deusing. Mr and Mrs Ernie George spent Sunday at Albert City with the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs E, O. Danielson. Mr and Mrs Carl Mbrck Sr. and Mr and Mrs H. L. Gilmore spent the weekend at their summer cottage's at Rapidan. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert spent Mothers'Day-at Ames with Mr and Mrs Gary Bernau and little son David. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster are going to Twin Rivers Thursday to attend the graduation of their nephew, Dennis Knutson. The annual Episcopalian con vention was held May 12 and 1, at Des Moines. Attending as del egates from St. Thomas were Ed Hlmore and Jack Chrischilles. Mrs Emma Crouch spent Wed lesday at Humboldt with France Bradley. The following day sh drove to Thor to visit her brother n-law and sister Mi- and Mrs A. J. Orinerem. ' ' . Patricia Esser made her first Holy Communion in St. Cecelia s Catholic church last -Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clifford Esser came from Mason City to be present and a family dinner followed. Mr and Mrs William Baker have received word that their son-in- aw, Algene Handrickson, was recently ' promoted to Chief Petty Officer as result of navy wide examinations. Mr and Mrs Hendrickson live at San Diego, Calif, and Mrs Hendrickson is the form ef Gtwen Baker. ttf and Mrs Webster Gillesple ttehded graduation exercises at 3Urt Friday evening, theif gratldf on Tom Kissner was among those raduated and a reception for him was held at'his home. Mr and Mrs'Lawrence Hutzell Hd Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell had he mother and brother'and sister- n-law Mrs, Daisy Hutzell, Adel, and Mf and'Mrs Maurice Hutzell, 3es Mblnes, as weekend guests. Mr and Mrs E. S. Kinsey received word Sunday that a daugh- ;er was born to their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Willidm Kinsey of Columbus, Ohio. They have two other daughters and a son. Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey have been Visited by the latter'S sister Evelyn Helland, of Montebello, Calif., who concluded a visit of a week Friday. They have also been Visited previously by Mr and Mrs A. T, Hovey, Inglewood, Calif. Mr and Mrs J. D. Burns returned Thursday from Magnolia, Ark. where they visited a week with Mr and Mrs James Burns ana family. They also were in Little Rock and visited Mr and Mrs G D. Brundage, former resident here, and at Cedar Rapids they were with Mr and Mrs Homer Herwig. • ' Mr and Mrs Mel Griffin and daughter Kathleen spent the weekend at Salem, S.. D., where a family reunion was held. Others in attendance were Mrs Griffins brother-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hallas, Mr and Mrs Kin Barnhard, of Salem, Agnes Redding and Mrs Grace McMahon, of Huron. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller were visited last week by their daughter Mrs Robert Coors, Palos Verdes, Calif. Mr and Mrs Fuller spent the weekend at Fort Dodge caring for the grandchildren, Krista and Jennie, while the parents Mr and Mrs William Fuller were attending a photographer's convention at Des Moines. MarlJyn Palmer, daughter 6f Mf and Mrs T. James Palme?, spent the weekend at , home. She is onipleting her junior year, at owa State University, Sunday Mr and Mrs Palmer, accompanied w Mr and .Mrs 'Nevius Cuphn, West Bend, Visited Howard. Baron who lis a patient in St. Mary s lospltal at Rochester. Mr Barton s supertendentdn utilities at West lend. Hold Confirmation Dinner, Wilberg Home, Fenton Fenton — Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their sort Vernon's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg, John Andreasen, Mannq Peitersen of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee, pelmer and Lonnie, Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee and Marilyn, Mr and Mrs Maynard Lee, Mr and Mrs Mike Nelson, Mr and Mrs Harlan Nelson and Betsy all of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Harry Sonnicksen end girls, Mr and Mrs Rueben Larsen and Mr and Mrs Roger Larsen of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Joy Thomson, Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Kenny, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hnlverson, Merle and Barbara. Sunday evening guests in the [ Kenneth Halverson home following Baccalaureate service were 1 Mr and Mrs Melvin Bratrud a'nd | Marlys, Mr and Mrs Albert Ullestad, Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mrs Jens Hnlversfln, Mfs Esther Jensen all of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg ! and Miss Janet Walker. Six o'clock dinner guests in the Paul Eigler home Sunday were Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske, Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mr and Mrs Georgo Murphy and children. Dinner guests in the Elmer Krause home Sunday in honor of Sharon's confirmation were Ml and Mrs Carl Carlson and family of Minneapolis, • Mr and Mrs Tuesday, May 17, I960 Algorto (Ifl.) 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