The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1959
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and Mti ftu&sell 6ele wete visited Sunday by >Mr .and Mfs Harvey Myers, of Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Arthur Krause went to Des Moines last week to see "The Music Mari," , • Mr and Mrs W. B, Ridge soent Sunday at Hardy with the latler's brother-in-law and sister Mr-and Mrs Alvin Johns6n t Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner drove to Rochester, Minn., Sunday and Mrs Gardner remained to gb through the Mayo clinic. Mrs Golda Guderian is vacation ing a few weeks at-Jacksonville, Fla. She accompanied friends. Mr and Mrs Richard Dallittan spent Wednesday at Lone Rock with Mrs Dallman's father, Dell Marlowe. , >* Mrs Violet Walker left Wednesday for a visit of two weeks with her cousin May Paulsen at Kensington, 111. ' ' *. ' k Mrs Amy Johnson was visited Sunday by her Son and daughter- in-law Mr and' Mrs Kenneth Wag- ner'and family, of Butt; rt Mr .and , Mrs Willard Zeigler had'Mr arid Mrs Tjeran Nerem of Gorwith as guests Wednesday Sunday they were visited by Mr and'Mrs Jack Palmer, of Reriwick Mrs Ida Wilikopf has been visited, by .her sister .Mrs'Rose Ohm of Fort Dodge. Saturday''they at tended the funeral services at the Fairville church for their:,; cousin Mrs Anna Gremmels, 84. ; Mr and Mrs Richard Dreyer are moving here from Ham'pton and have taken the Harold Voigt apar- Mrs Joe Lynch Sf.. wag brought home last week Wednesday by icr parents Mr and Mrs J. M this mid-week. He* broth- "Wriftnttift 6*t# ib M* ier Sunday and Mrs Deim came nome With him. A family dlnnftr wat hold Sunday at Mr and Mrs Robert Walkers at Whittfeniore in celebration of Mf Walker's birthday In attendance wetfe Mr find Mrs Raymond Walker*,Mr 'and Mrs Vern Walker, Mr and Mm Francis Bj« ustrom, 'Mr and Mrs Harold Bjustfotn, Mr and Mrs Cecil Bjustrom, Mr and Mrs Louis/ Broes* det 5 , Mf and Mrs Orville Holdriefi, Mf aftd Mrs ButWood Walker, Mr and Mrs Merlin Walker, Ch&ttes Alt* V-*i UC* III V A * - •*•**•• .•..».%«•.«»»., • »*--O"'- "JT —- —• tment on 'West College 1 street. Mr;':Dreyer Will b£ eniployed by Ernie Williams. . J. F. Milder is in Siorm Lake this week Wednesday and : Thurs- day'attending 'a Therm'ogas meeting.- With Mrs Milder-, the weekend ; will be spent with friends at Cedar Rapids. Tom Trauger, grandson of Mrs Arthur Trauger,:,Algona. is. now associated with Pan \ American Airways, -Inc.,••and stationed, at Lima, Peru. He .was graduated Erotn tre University, of, Colorado last spring. ..> . Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler visited the former's sisters Mrs Peter Mersen and Margaret Dorweiler at Cedar Falls:.and the latter's brothers and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Rae Hutchison and Earl Hutchison at; Waterloo last week. Mr and Mrs Pele Halsrud spent Sunday at Mason City with their son,and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Keith Halsrud. Keith and his'ivife are moving*to San Pedro Valley,, Calif., where Mr Halsrud will be employed- in road con- stnlction. •.; •, •Mr and Mrs Howard Smith drove to LaUreris Sunday and were guests of Mr and Mrs Melvin Buckwalter. There they were joined by navy buddies from South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa whom Mr Smith had no >een since 1945. Mrs Bernard Ferden gave a par ty Monday afternoon honoring the fourth birthday of her son-Randy • Guests were Judy and Peggy Dut- toh, El-man and Debbie Hansen, Jeffrey Miller and Dale, Douglas,; Denise, Diane and Dean Weber, of Whittemore. Games: were played and refreshments served. Mrs Frank Zender has had ^«ford from Mr and Mrs James Sevey, of Billings, Mont., that they are .parents of a daughter born last week: There are two other children in the family, Frances and Peter. Mrs Sevey is the' former Pauline Zender, a sister-of Gene and Ed Zender of •Algona. . ?hurston, of Virginia, Minn. Mrs Lynch had visited them the pas 1 nree weeks. Mrs Roy Bjusirorn and son*lft» ' w and daughter Mr and Mrs Frank Mouiton and daughters Kay, Susan and Phyllis spent Saturday in Des Moittes and saw 'The Music Man." » Cheri, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Boeckholt returnefl to school two weeks ago for half day sessions following a sickness of several weeks, She will soon be permitted fufl day attendance. Mr and Mrs Johnny Bergman, Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Sever Pannkuk, Titonka, visited at the home of Mrs Jack Stavers at Emmetsburg recently. Mrs Bergman visited' her mother and sisters here several days last week. ; Mr and Mrs W» C. Irelan returned 1 J Iast Week from Riverside, Calif. .'Where they had gone before Christmas to 'visit their son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Middleton and family and to see. the Rose parade and football gamel : ' • /^ - ; Dick Friders has been here from Long Beach Calif., visiting his wife and baby daughter and his parents, Mr and Mrs Vic Friders. and wife Mr and Mrs Vic Friders. He was taken to Des Moines and flew from there to join his ship on the west coast. , , t Mrs Celia Deal and Mrs Ethel Plotter went 'to Fort Dodge, Thursday. to visit relatives. Mrs Deal an rs rn r, Bjustrom and Mr- and Mrs Mel* vin Oswald, of Whittemore. '55 Car Models Popular; 63 New Purchases Kossuth cGunty t*«r dealers ex rterienced a tush o£ business dm* ing the past two iveeks wheti Sl- neW vehicles Were registered, the largest* number in the past sev* era!' months, the cars were registered m follows: hattdlii ;** Raymond Tt. Kruse, Bancroft; Paul J. Bernhard, Baneroff; Marcus 3, Larger- man, Sweft City; Donald L. or Selmn C. Davidson, Algona; May- nnrd P. or Lorena Nemit?., Fenton; Dennis P, Licktelg, Wesley; Kossuth Motor Co., Algonn; Vincent Clay Products Co., Algonnj Harold J. Manser, Algonn; Robert Thompson, Lakota; Albert E. Weaver, Lakota; Charles J. Lick- if'lg, Algona; Marvin T. Reding, Livpnnore; Willis G. Ertlmnrti Wesley; James F. Coyne, Bnn Knvifftnnn, Swoa City; Everett L. Gfifbctt, Algona; Renrteth "3, Mulligiin, Bancroft; Glenn Stray* er, Algons; Henrietta C. Thompson, Swea City; Leroy J. Kopf»en, Lnkota; Harold J. Richlefa, Tl- tonkn and Chevrolet trucks to Algona Produce, AlRona (3); Daltt C. Dundas, Hurt; Irvlntfton'Coop. Elevator, Trvington; McCluire and Goodwin, Algona. Ford — Howard J. Borrnann, Bode; "Rudolph It. Peter, Burl; Cecil A. Pingel, Ledyard; Richard D. SchnKtjer, Swea City; Walter S. Deitering, Bancroft; <-roil;" Ralph Bieratcdt. Lone Gary F. Smidt, Titonka; Unlvor- Rock; Laurence Fox, Wesley; Eari sal Maufncturing Co., Algona Jon, 25, tfSt Al|6fta (laj EJerl E. Priebe, Algona, r , Rosella A. Elbert, Algona; Micl. ael D. Grabinnowski, Armstrong. Buick — Mrs Opal Bourne, Algona; Schultz Bros., Algona; Maurice A. or Leona Bartholomew, Algonn; Ervtn W, or Doris John- sort, Lakotrt: Ray A. or Margaret Bnnwnrt, West Bend. Olds — Arnold F. McFarlartd, Swen City; Richard G. Smith, Swen City; Fern Sewick, Algona; George Reding, Oltosen; Walter C. or Pearl L. Winkelman, Buf- fnlo Center. Plymouth — Robert A. Mpgler Whittemore; Eugene E. Robinson, Algona; An Swea City; Rambler _, Stephen R. T}ad6ny W. Capesius, Alg Hfppen, LuVcme. , Pontfac — William 'f, gona; Ernie W; Cadillac, Algona. fteSolo — Harold J. Algona. » imperial — Bernard A. _Algona; Dale J. Weisbfod, ton. Mercury — Kossuth Co. Imp! ment Co., Lone Rock. '$• pent the day with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs. Pete Deal and Mrs Potter remained a 'ew days with her brother-in-law and sister Gladys, Mr and Mrs Russell Chapman. Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdman were guests of the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Youngwirth at LuVerne Saturday evening to celebrate the eighth birthday of the .son Stephen Youngwirth. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Luke Youngwirth and Mrs Helen Youngwirth. of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Lee Brown and the former's brother Vernon, of Mankato, Minn., attended the funeral services Monday at Decorah for Richard Arness, step-father of the Messrs, Brown. He had been tak- an to Iowa City a short time ago md'his ailment was diagnosed as spinal meningitis. He was a war veteran and military services were held. Mr and Mrs Don Prew drove to Clear Lake, Sunday, to see the latter's brother /arid sister-m-law, Mr and Mrs . Ceceil Ditsworth. Their house was damaged beyond repair by a gas explosion. Mr Ditsworth is a school janitor and "had gone, to work. Mrs Ditsw_orth and the two children were still in bed. Fortunately they were not iniured. Mrs Robert. Simonsen, the former Sue Morlan, of Graettinger, is hospitalized at Holy Family in Estherville following a slight stroke suffered a few days ago. It is expected she , will be dismissed in a short time. Her sister, Mrs Dick Sorensen, came Monday from Houston, Tex., and will be with her awhile. Mrs Celia Deal is also a sister. . Mary Bieser is .hospitalized at- Spencer following a fall at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Lee 'Hornbuckle. She and her sister Mrs Eva Deim were visiting there at the time. Mary tripped and fell down 11 steps, landing on her face. Her glasses were broken and her eye and face cut several places. It is expected she will be PUT THE FUN BACK IN COOKING WITH... 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