The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 15, 1960
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2-Alflonn (la.) Upper Des Meihoi Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1960 *••*"•••*• -•- - --^-.".if..--^ ^.j^.-- - . ....... , Marilyn Doyle Of Bancroft Is Shower Honoree Bancroft — A shower honoring Marilyn Doyle was held Sunday afternoon in St. John's church hall. Miss Doyle is the daughter of Mrs Veda Doyle and will be married here Nov. 26 to Homer Miller, Chicago. Have New Baby Mr and Mrs Marlin Srhiltz arc the parents of a daughter born recently al Holy Family huspila!. Estherville. Condilion Improved Clelus Dorr received wood that his mother Mrs Ben Dorr visiting her son Herbie Dorr at Osceola, Wis. had returned from the hospital and is now spending some time with her son and family before returning to her home at St. Benedict. Mrs Dorr is with her in Wisconsin. Attend Shower Relatives from here attending the shower and reception for Patricia Auckleman, Volga City, Patrick Doocy, Waterloo, son of Mr and Mrs F. R. Doocy, Ledyard, were Mr and Mrs Roy McGuire, Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman, Mr and Mrs Richard Menke, Mr and Mrs Chas McGuire, Mr and Mrs Clbtus Dorr, Mr and Mrs Clarence McGuire, Mr Kenny McGuire. Mr and Mrs George Doocy are at Rochester where Mr Doocy went for further treatment. They will also visit their sons at Owatonna. ' Mrs Tom Clement Hiltinger, North Dakota, came for a visit with her sister-in-law, Bess Connelly, and other relatives. Herbert Lindquist, manager of the Good Samaritan Nursing home, made a business trip to Davenport .Wednesday. Louise Hauptly was taken to St. Ann hospital Thursday for medical treatment. She is recovering very well from burns suffered in September from a pressure cooker accident. 1 Mr and Mrs Everelt Baldus spout Friday at Fort Dodge with friends. Mrs J. F. Behlmer is being visited by her daughter Edna, Mrs Ralph Winkel,.of Morris, 111. Mr and Mrs Oliver Carlson spent Sunday at Lynn Grove with the 1 parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Carlson. Mrs L. A. Copp had as recent guests her nephews Robert Notion, Roundup, Mont., and Leo Notion. Charles City. Mrs L. J. Nelson has returned from Denver, Colo., where she spent a few weeks with Mr and Mrs H. L. Pattern and family. Mr and Mrs Ronald Bilyeu are parents of their first child; a son whom they have named Brian Lee, born last Tuesday at the Britt hospital. Helen Dingley and Alice Condon spent last weekend at Des Moines, the former a guest of Mr and Mrs William Nugent, the latter visiting a niece. Mr and Mrs George Balluff have been visited, by the hitter's mother Mrs A. H. Masters, Dubuque, .who has concluded the visit and returned home. Mrs Eliza Angle is again a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had surgery several weeks ago. Her daughter Mrs Earl Bowman is staying near her. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser and the former's mother and sister. Mrs Charles Crapser and Bernice. Mason City, drove to Waterloo Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Russell Crapser. Mrs K. Cullen and Mary Streit came from Fort Dodge Thursday to attend the funeral services for Mrs Bridget Tobin. They were guests of Mr and Mrs H. M. Smith and in the afternoon the women drove to Whittemore to see Mrs John Cullen who had been in the Emmetsburg hospital but is again at home much improved. Mr and Mrs Perry Collins spent the weekend at 1'aton with Mr and Mrs Fred Fritz. Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell had the lattvr's mother Mrs O. G. Day, Clarion, as guest Sunday. Mrs Clare Keith is recovering from an ear ailment which kept her confined to bed a few days. Mrs Lela Hieter came Saturday from Livermore and will spend the winter with Mrs Alice Clayton. Ted Chrischilles spent from •Saturday till Wednesday in Chicago on a buying trip for the store. Mrs John Deim and children Gi'i.tchen and Jon spent Sunday at Clarion with the Al Coleman family. Mrs Frank Butts and her sisler Mary Wirtjes were recently at i Des Moines visiting the former's sons and daughters-in-law, Mr and Mrs Herbert Butts and Mr and Mrs Robert Butts and a granddaughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Al Smith. Mr and Mrs Henry Zweifel spc.nt the weekend at Sioux City with their son Dick who is a theological student at Morningside college. Mis Ellen Ejustrom has been' visitid by Mr ami Mrs Albert 15urKk.iul. I'd-L-ll, who also visited Mr .vi J Mi.; Koy Bjustrom and other relatives. Mr and Mrs: Glen Culbertson, Mr ;md Mrs Hubert Thompson and Mr and Mrs Koland Thompson will lie visited the Thanksgiving weekend by Mr and Mr? Glen B;i|cs. Si. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell had Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwarl. Adel, as guests Thursday and Friday. They were joined at supper Thursday evening by Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell and family. Mildred Robinson took hlr mo! her Mrs C. N. Robinson. Huih Cross, Mrs John Seefeld and Mrs Karl Willason to Spirit Lake. Sunday, to visit Mrs Cora Hill • who is making her home with Mr and Mrs Lloyd Doud. • Mr and Mrs Max Miller have i eturned from Toledo and Da- \vnport where they visited Mrs .Phyllis Miller and Mr and Mrs Abivr LOIHJ at Davenport and Mr and Mrs Jerry Ilardgrove at Toledo. Mr and Mrs L. A. Winkel. Mr and Mrs Gordon Winkel. Mr and Mrs Don Winkel, Mr and Mrs James Geelan and Mr and Mrs Louis Gilbride spent the weekend at Iowa City and attended the Iowa-Ohio State football game. Mrs L. J. Cassel took her daucli'er Connie to Iowa City Sunday for a check-up. Mrs Celia Deal spent a couple ol ci...\-; al. Fort Dodge last week w:ih Mr md Mrs "Pete" Deal. Mr and Mrs Gordon Winkel have been visited by the latter's iti'iiini. Mrs John Hammen, Em- Mr and Mrs John Claude were vi.-!t«-d last week by the latter's p;:;<viis Mr and Mrs Vrrn Mc- Miin.'iuy. Sioux City. Others who ki\.' been here recently were Mr timl Mrs Hans Peterson, Sioux Citv Mrs Porry Byam has been a few days at Austin, with her daughter Mrs 'Kirrl Nelson, -Blooming Praire. Minn., who is hospitalized fol- Mi lowing surgery for removal of a goitre. 'tktt~ Milion Dahl and her daughter Ivfrs Merle Pratt were at Rolfe Iflst week to see the former's brother Dow who was recently dismissed from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. He had been there for major surgery. Mr and Mrs William Dau ST., returned Friday fiom Chicago where they had gone to pick up new cars and drive them back. They also went to Watcrtowh, Wis., and visited Mr Dan's cousin Mrs Ralph Stark and husband. Mrs Phil Kohlhaas returned to Minneapolis Sunday with her daughter, Anita Rose who spent the weekend here. Mrs Kohlhaas went by plane Monday to Washington. D. C. where she will visit for two months with her four a new grandson, weighing B Ibs.. sons. 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