The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
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S ' ' "'I ,1 * !»' > AROUND ALGONA . July 19, 19AO Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnet-3 Mr and Mrs Frank Vera spenf the wofkerul at (heir collaco at L;ilu- Okoboji. — o— Mr and Mrs Jim Milder were visited over the weekend by Miii-Kiirct Milder of Iowa City. — n — Rev, and Mrs Gerald Hallauer imd Steven and Mary, of San Diego, Calif, nre visiting friends here. United Presbyterian Women will have a lert for medieal missions Thursdhy aftermion at 2 o'clock, — Q _ Mr and Mrs Don Potter and family have returned from a vacation in West. Virginia and easl- 'ern .slates. *—/")_, • Mr and Mrs Louis Reilly and their 13 children returned July 9 from their vacation trip to El Cajon, Calif. • — o — Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer were visited Wednesday by Mr and Mrs Jatnes Reed and Marlene of Cedar Rapids. . — o — Margaret Durant was at Mason City Wednesday where she gave the lesson at thcjneeting of North Iowa Writers Club. — o — Mrs W. A. Foster and Mrs Ann Hanson went, to Arlington today to spend several days visiting a niece of Mrs Foster's. — o — Mr and Mrs Everett Broesder are parents of their second child, a 9 pound, 2 ounce son born July 15 at St. Ann hospital. Kolleen ^Catherine, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Kain, was baptized Sunday at. St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Mrs Glen Graham will be hostess to the birthday staff of the Rebckah lodge at a pot-luck dinner this evening (Tuesday). "•'-i-fl-i- Mr and Mrs Richard Norton had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Bill Crosby and children of Marshalltown. —o— First banns of marriage have been published at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Richard Dornbier, Algona, and Joyce Kirsch, St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Ray Penning are the parents of a baby girl, Elizabeth Ann born July 6 at Britt. Mrs Penning is the former Verna Schmidt. —o— Rev. Myron Brower and family of the Presbyterian church are on vacation. The Browers plan to visit their parents at Geneva and Holland, Mich. The Methodist church here h^s purchased the house next door to the church for use as additional Sunday school space. Possession date is August 31. Mrs Casey Loss will accompany her husband to Des Moines this week when Mr Loss attends committee meetings in connection with the Iowa Legislature. Mrs Harold Hobson and daughter, Mrs Harold Schumacher of Whittemore, are going to Iowa City Wednesday where the latter will have a check-up at University hospitals. Mrs, Mabel Lee was hostess to (fie Eight Specs card club Wed- nnnrlnv evening. Prizes were received by Mrs John Button, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee .and Mrs Milton Dutch Hansbruch & Lloyd Bo hannon have returned from a fishing trip of several days to Lac LaRonge, Canada. They were accompanied by three friends from Aurelia and Jim Stillman of Esthervillc. The trip was by plane. —o— Seven Algona Boy Scouts will attend the National Jamboree at the air base near Colorado Springs, Colo. They are Bruce McCullough, David Agcna, John Schutter, Bill Baker, Jim Parapns, Bill Bartlett and Doug Barr. The Jamboree will be in session two weeks. Mr and Mrs Ed Herzbg and daughter, Holly, Seattle, Wash., have been visiting Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley and Mrs Fred Corey, here. Mrs Herzog is the former Helen Corey. They all spent several days of last week at Cedar Falls with Mr and Mrs Everett Rekers and Mrs Corey remained there for an extended visit. The Couples Club of First Lutheran church held a pot-luck dinner Monday evening at Call State Park, The committee, in charge was Mr and Mrs Joe Presthus, Mr and Mrs Stan Richey, Mr and .Mrs John Schultz, Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet, Mr and Mrs Maurice Thompson, Mr and Mrs Dale Farnham, Mr and Mrs Charles Ness and Mr and Mrs William Navoichick. Junior high school young peo pie of the Methodist church are attending Camp Quest at Lake Okoboji this week. Mrs Louis Kelley of Algona is dean of^oamp and her daughter, Mrs Myron Talcott is on the staff. Mrs John Wilson is camp nurse. Attending from. Algona are Brent and Marsha Sampson, John Sny.der, Julie Olson, Phil Taylor, Gary Barr Glen Tschetter, Ann Wilson. Linda Parsons, Wayne and Jean Christiansen, Peggy Schutter an4 pavid Palmer, Algona boys attending the current, session at Camp Foster, Lake Okcboji, arc John Will, Brian LaBarro, Bob Smith, Bill Milder, Danny Merryman, David Cowan, Richy Post and Neal Smith. Mr and Mrs Al Buchanan and Ihrcc children arc on a vacation trip to the Grand Canyon and >ther western points. Mrs Buch- .irian's niother, Mrs Karl Wiuff, is visiting at Atlantic during their Absence. Jean, Joanne, Janice and John, children of Mr and Mrs Bud Robinson are spending a week at Buffalo Center with Mr and Mrs L. R. Wingert. John will return home by Thursday because his mother is having a party for him to celebrate his fourth birthday. Mrs Katherine Mahoney is being visited by Mrs Dora Ferrigan, Chicago. They accompamea Ruth Miller and Helen Flynn to Minneapolis recently, and Mr$ Mahoney and Mrs Kerrigan visited Mrs Mahoney's sons-tn-law and daughters Mr and Mrs Don Ludwig, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Witr and the son and daughter- in-law Mr and Mrs James Mahoney. —o— Mr and Mrs Dwight Parsons, Frank Lathrop and Mrs De- Maude Lathrop have returned to the west coast 'after being here on business. Mrs Lathrop has left her home on east State street to be sold and will, now live in an apartment at Salem, Ore. near her son-in-law and daughter Meredith, the Dwight Parsons. The son Frank Lathrop and his wife live at Portland. dentist. There is no fe<!«for tho services. County Talent Winner Goes To State Fair .The Kossiilh County Women's Choriis will sponsor a special tonlcst this year as part of the annual Home Talent Show to he held at the Kossulh County Fair the evening of Aug. 17. Hy arrangement witli the Iowa State Fair Board, one section of Uv show will be devoted to arts which qualify for the Iowa State Fair Talent Championship of 1900, in which CO contestants from the state will vie. for a first nme of $3(10. The winner of (he Kossuth County Talent Contest will be eligible to compete- for this prize. The second section of the Kossuth Home Talent Show will be non-competitive. All participants of both sections of the program will receive cash awards. Rules for the Talent Contest will be available <u auditions to be held Aug: 1 at 8 p.m. at the Farm Bureau building, Algona and Thursday, Aug. 4 at 8 p.m. at the Titonka school gym, or by contacting any of the following: Mrs. ' Everett Steven, Sexton; Florence Reynolds, Titonka; Mrs. Jack Nyman, Bancroft; Mrs. Larry Holding, Burt; Mrs. Ordean Kabrick, Bancroft; Dom Kuchenreulhcr, Titonka; or Mrs. Lawrence Govern, Titonka. To Hold Clinic For Crippled At Spirit Lake The State Services for Crippled Children will conduct a clinic at Spirit Lake, Friday, July 29, to provide diagnostic and evaluation services for crippled youngsters.. The clinic will be held in Spirit Laice school. Patients from Kossuth county are eligible for this clinic. The ,one.-day clinic is open to persons under 21 years of age who are referred by their physician or Rites Held For CarrieMathson Of Bancroft Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Nelson Mathson, 87, Bancroft, mother of Mrs. Ralph Markla, Algona, were held Saturday in Immanuel Lutheran church at Swca City. Rev. Leroy Pillman officiated and burial was at Greenwood cemetery, Bancroft. Fuchs Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of arrangements and family rites were held there preceding the public services. ' Mrs. Mathson died Wednesday, July 13, at St. Ann hospital Algona. following failing health for the past several years. Mrs. Mathson was born March 20, 11)73 in Sweden and came to the United States in l! J ,8i). She later mnrried Nels Mathson Dec 17, !<!!)(! ;it Al|.',<mn. Mr. Mathson died in HK18 and Mrs. Mathson contimu d farming until I94Z. She is SUIA n/c'-it by three f.l:iughtets. Mrs. Markla, Algona; Mrs. Hrinum Sotlerberg. Bancroft; and Mis. L<-vi Srhuler Swi ,i City; two i:on:s, Oliver Malhson, West Be nil;-and Kenneth. Hopkins. Minn.: a sister Helen Nelson, Lakola; three brothers; nine grandchildren and I. r i great-grandchildren. Elmer Nelson Of Swea City Dies Suddenly ^ Swea City — Elmer C. Nelson. 71, died Friday morning after a sudden illness. He became ill at 10 p.m. Thursday and died at 3 a.m. the following day. Mr. Nelson was born Sept. 5. 18!)8, at. Essex, Iowa. He was married to Ruby Davis Jan. 18, 1911 and she proceeded him in death in March, 104.3. Mr. Nelson married Mrs. Ida Hurlburt in 194!5 and she survives. The Nelsons lived in the Terril-Estherville area for 40 years. He built, a home in Swea City a few years ago and has spent his winters here and farmer! at Terril. Last winter the Nelsons were in Florida. The couple enjoyed woodworking as a hobby and had done much of this work. Survivors include Mrs. Nelson, a daughter, Mrs. Mancil (Ruth) Hurlburt of Swea City; two sons, Keith of Eslherville and Marvin of San Diego; nine grandchildren; three sisters and two bro- tr-rs. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Methodist Church in Swea City. Burial was at Oak Hill cemetery at Esther- villc. One Year Sentence Harold Drummer, 27, Livermore, was'sentenced to a year in the state reformatory at Ana- mosu Saturday for writing false checks. Judge G. R. Hill" heard the guilty plea in district court at Clarion and passed sentence. It was reportedly Drummer's lourlh bad check offense. CJDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! CANNING and Ladies! This winter you will be glad that you took advantage of all the wonderful fruit ,.pnd vegetable buys. They are now in prime flavor and just waiting for you to freeze or can. 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