The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1960
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Mrs Elva Simpson had aB caller Friday Mrs Kenneth Sarchet, of "Burt. . ' ,- - ' ;_' ' Mrs Amy Berggreri-visited Ufa »dtto Westling a couple 1 ot days last week, ' David McDonald left this week to en^er his, freshman year at A.I.B.,-Des Moines. Mr and Mrs'A, W. Ofaerwelfer spent, a few days at Sioux Falls. S. • D. attending the National Plowing^Conte'st, > ' ' , Mir and Mrs Albert Hagg Were visited Wednesday by Mrs Ben* Dodd, Humboldt, and.Emil Hagg, Adel, ;W,as a weeKend guest. ' Mr and Mrs Harold Miller went to Omaha, Neb., Sunday to visit <their daughter ; Shirley, a student at Duchesne college. Mr and Mrs Earl Snyder had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Gene Kelley and' children Mark, Janet and Jill, of Elmore, Minn. Mr arid Mrs Walter Steven have '. returned from a visit in Des Moines with their son-in-law and'daughter Mr and Mrs Merle Cooper. •Mr and Mrs Dale Cole are be' ing visited several days by the parents Mr- and Mrs C. C. Colo of Bradenton, Fla., who camo Saturday. ' ' ' , i Haliie Wilson and LaVerne Johnson left Friday afternoon for Cedar Rapids to Spend the week- erid with Miss Wilson's brother- in-law arid sister, Mr and Mrs Earl Schunk. The publicity committee of the Methpdist church will meet i Thursday evening at the church. It, consists of Mrs Howard Smith, Mrs George Balluff, Evelyn Cady and: Robert Diekmann. ; Mr land Mrs Howard Lowman and the latter's mother and brother Mrs Katie Schroeder and Arthur were dinner g£»*sts a week ago Sunday of Mr and Mrs Henry Schrdeder at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs John Voss and Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr. of LuVerne have returned from. a two week visit at Pensecola, Fla., with Mr and Mrs Dwight Voss, and daughter-in-law of the John Voss, Jrs. Mrs Howard Stephenson and son Jeff are going to Charles City Thursday to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs"uohn Mil ward. Mr Stephenson will join them nor the week- Mr and Mrs Orah Hudson have purchased the foisner McDonald house on South Hall street. „ , .VMr arid ,Mrs ; Perfy Lowman; were visited One day last week by Mr and Mrs £,rw5n Gremmel§ of Fentott. '' , ,> Mrs , Hilda GrertWall was dismissed Saturday from St, Ann hospital'. Where she had' been several days. 1 ' . ,, Mr and Mrs Herbert Hensley, Kevin and Kimberly have returned from a vacation spent at Wisconsin Dells. / 1 Mr and Mrs Kenneth Parrish had the latter's parents Mr and i Mrs E. C. Gates ui Charles City as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs f M. C. Metcalf Were visited last weekend by the former's brother*in-law and sister Mr and Mrs D. B. Graves of Dubuque. ' Supi. and Mrs O. B. Lairig Went to 'Des Moines Sunday and spent Monday there. The former attended a meeting of school superintendents. Mr and Mrs Robert Munger had the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Robert Truelson of Rolfe as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs Ann Hanson spent three days last • week at Masoa City with her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Maurice Mortensen and son Tod. ' Mr and Mrs William Hill have moved here from Oskaloosa and are living at 214 West Call street. Mr Hill is employed with a construction company. . Mr and Mrs Vaughan Rising were visited over the weekend by their t son and daughter-in- law Mr and Mrs John Rising of Minneapolis, Minn. The Barber Shop group is going to Omaha, Web., Friday to enter a contest with several other groups of singers. Twenty-six men will be in the Algona group. Mrs Dick McGinnis land Mrs Ruhnke spent Friday at Whittemore with; Mrs William Faulstick. The Faulsticks were supper guests Sunday of the Ruhn- kes. end and bring them home. A/3C Ronald Gardner, who has been located at Lackland Air Base, San Antonio, Tex., is here on a 30 day leave which he is spending with his parents, Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner. He will go from here months. to Korea for 13 Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1960 Alg6fta (ta.) Uppif Pe« Wesley Man Married Benson Is acting postmaster this week. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and Carrte Sue attended turkey day at Worthington, Mihtt. Wednesday. They also visited relatives at the John Zinnel home. .,_, \ POTAfOfiS Elmer Sifrit, of Boone, isn't going to have to worry about having enough potatoes to eat this winter. He planted some Red Pontiacs last spring and they have" produced a whopper of a crop. 32 potatoes weighed 28 jsbtinds and they "aren't the big- .gest". that he has dug up. Mrs Art Ashlon visited friends .nt Sleepy Eye, Minn., last week. Mrs Ashton and her daughter Mrs Kenneth Matson and children drove to Mankato, Minn, last Sunday to v»srt the son, Dar»ld Ashton, who is attending the leachers college there. Ruth Cruikshank has returned from Des Moines where she had gone to see her father Frank Cruikshank at VeU-ans hospital. Mrs Frank Sterling has also returned from there after being with her husband who had surgery. Mr Sterling is recovering nicely. Barbara Plajhe, Chicago. Mrs Celia Reilly and Mrs John Reilly and Kathie, Janesville, Wis., have returned home after visiting Valeria Thilges and the Charles Plathes. While here they attended the godden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Peter Mertz, West Bend, Mr and Mrs Ir,vin Ditch have moved herei from . CTaremont, Minn, and, have rented the Herbert Hensley house on West College street, the former Mrs Emma Pool home. There is a son John; 7, and daughter Elaine, a senior in Claramont high school who will remain there to complete her school year. Elliott SkilUnv has return Mr and Mrs Earl Goelz, who were,married Sept. 10 in St. Augustine Church at Austin, Minn:, are shown in the above photo. Mr Goetz is a son of Mr arid Mrs Philip Goetz of Wesley and the bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Lester Kime of Austin. Rev, Robert Herman qfficiated at the wedding. , , ' .,. „ . Following a trip to the Ozarks, the newly weds are residing at Austin. A complete story of the wedding appeared earlier in the UDM. (UDM Engraving). ' . . .;.•••'.'• '_,_. _. You're Invited SCHULTZ :fc BROS. IREE PARTY ed from Titonka where she had been caring for the grandchildren Ryan and tylarcia 'Baade during the mother's hospitalization at Buffalo Center following the birth to she and her husband, Mr and Mrs pon Baade, of a son. He has been named Ronald Duane and was born Sept. 16. Karen Shirley, daughter of M* and Mrs Lloyd Shirley is home from Yellow Springs, Ohio where she had attended Antioch college. After a weekend visit here she left for Sao Francisco, Calif., where she will be employed until Dec. 25. After that she will return to resume her studies at Antioch. Mr and M« Perry Phillips had as guests recently Mr and Mrs Fred Dunn, Laramie, Wyo., Mrs Rut?y Ackers, Denver, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Phillips, Des Moines, and Mrs Imogene Dunn, Jndiano- la. Last week-the Phillips were visited by Mr and Mrs Claude Grisham, Waltharn, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Verne Sarchet, Laramie, Wyo. The Sarchets also Visited with Jessie Sarchet, Algona and the Bob end Eoy Sar- phet families, Buri Mrs Mae Haney has been visited by Mrs Ida Buchanan and son and wife Mr and Mrs Robert Buchanan of Riverside, Calif, who also visited others in the vicinity. Mr and Mrs Don Nelson re- .turned Thursday from Walker, Minn., where they had been since Thursday doing some fishing. They report good luck and a limit catch. Mr and Mrs Frank Rueb had Mr and Mrs Elmer Langmack of Beaver Dam, Wis., as house guests a few weeks ago. The Langmacks are well-known former Algonans. Mrs Virginia Zimmerman and children Carol and Ronald of Sheldon were guests last week Sunday of Mrs Zimmerman's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Frank Rueb. Mr and Mrs George "Judd" St. John were visited Friday and over night by their son ana daughter-iivlaw Mr and Mrs Perry St. John and little son Michael Gary of Carroll. Dr. and Mrs P, O. Dorweiler have returned from Minneapolis, where they had ?jeen to see the doctor's, brother H J. Dorweiler who was seriously sick with pneumonia. He is now recovering nicely, Mr and Mrs G. vV. Naylor were recently visited by the former's brothers and sisters-in-law, * Mr and Mrs G. E. Naylor, of Radcliffe and Mr rfnd Mrs Fred Naylor and family of Marshalltown. Mrs A. A. Kading and her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs William Kading of Lotts Creek have returned from a two week visit in Detroit, Mich, with Mr and Mrs Leon Marlow, son-in- law of the William Kadings. Announcements have been re ceived of the birth Sept. 16 of. a son to Mr and Mrs Dick Mittag at San Francisco, Calif. The infant has been named Danny Durwood and weighed 1C pounds, 8 ounces. There is another child, Angela Marie, 2. Hallard Snyder has been hospitalized at Iowa City the past month and his wi*e has been in the city during this time. The entire family is mere now, Dar" of Chicago, Junior and Clare from Riverside, Calif., Mrs Herbert LeDow, of Minneapolis anc Cecil. Mrs R. M. Wallace and her sis ter, Mrs Marie Grover have been visited by their cousin Mrs Frank Mann of Pasadena, Calif. Mrs Mann has been at Fairmont Minn., several weeks with her brother-in-law and sjster Mr and Mrs Joe Dorrance. Mrs Mann ha: concluded the visits in the vici nity and has returned home. Raj GroVer of West Covina, Cajif. i: expected soon for a visit with hi Bancroft Lady Hospitalized Following Fall Bancroft — Mrs Rose Fuchs-is in Waucoma, Wis. where she went to the funeral of her sister. While there she fell down the stairs at .the Wayne Hall home, injuring her back. She will have to be there for several weeks. Hospitalized Mrs Mae Lattimer is a patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville where she underwent surgery. Daniel Mulligan, son of Mrs Paul Mulligan is a patient 'at Holy Family hospital. He is employed at Boone. While here on a vacation he became ill with the flu and entered the hospital for medical treatment. Marriage Banns , Banns of marriage were published Sunday, for Thomas Hatten, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Hatten, and 'Ma.\y Joyce Menke,' dau'ghter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Menke, Ledyard, Donald E. Schiltz, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Schiltz, Bancroft, and Sharon Klocke, Algona. A large group of relatives and JEriends from here attended the shower in her honor Sunday. OTTOSEH Mrs Donald Usher . . FOREMOST 010 \T/ME 8AA/D The Rural Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Earl Long. Mrs Edward Zinnel the lesson. Mrs Mike Coyle had the recreation, which was contests. Club will meet with Mrs Essie Cooper October 6. Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson left Saturday for a week's vacation at Pequot Lakes, Minn. Mrs Jacobson is postmaster. Mrs H. D. {fff'fJS'fffiffW! LOOKING FOR A Fall Coat? Graham 's Has Them! Yes, we hove them ... a Sure-fire 'Winning Tieket' of the • top 'Fashion Candidates' in new Fall and Winter coats! Coat styling you'll 'cast your ballot' for at first sight; Coat fabrics that your fingers will 'elect' at first touch; Coat colors that your eyes will tell you are getting 'top billing' on the fall fashion scene! IN CONJUNCTION WITH FIRST SHOWING Of The NEW 1961 • Cadillac • Buick v • Ppntaic ii> • Lark(?) FRIDAY, OCT. 7 Full Details Next Week sisters Mrs R. M. 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