The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1959 · Page 6
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l/ts k • i ; Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner dinner guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs Kenneth McCoy at Spencer. Ed Hagg has been borne from h's Algona Machine shop a few days suffering an attack of arthritis. Mt and Mrs Ed Wilkins left Sunday for a months vacation in the south. They were in Florida when last heard from. Mr and Mrs John Dreesman and son Robert spent Saturday in Des Moines where Mr Dreesman transacted business. Jerry Ferris, tiudeni at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, spent the weekend here With his parents Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris. Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Stanton, of Ames. Clayion Perdval, of Percival Motors, attended the annual convention of the National Automobile Dealers' Association in Chicago. Mr and Mrs Charles Fox were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Keith Campbell, of Des Moines. Walt Hall has returned home Sunday from St. Ann hospital where he had been a patient for several days with a carbuncle on the neck, Mrs Agnes Laidley and her son- in-law and daughter MP and Mrs Milton Dahl were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Lawrence Laidley, of Swaledale. Lions club entertained ihe ladies at a- dinner dance Tuesday evening at the Algona Country Club. Craig Smith and Jim Whittemore were co-chairmen. Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday at Omaha with Mrs Elbert's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs E. W. Anderson. Mr and Mrs Henry Douglas are going to spend the weekend in Chicago with their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Larry Douglas and children. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus had the former's brother and sister- in-law Mr and Mrs LaVerne Baldus of Emmetsburg as dinner guests a week ago Sunday. Mr and Mis Robert Dreyer drove to Deer Creek, Minn., Sunday to attend the Golden Wedding celebration of Mrs Dreyer's uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Frank Oldenburg* Mis Emma Dreyer will have as guests a couple of weeks her daughter Mrs Helen Stephens and daughter Charlotte, of Freemont, Neb. The visitors are coming this mid-week. . ' ' Mr and Mrs Henry • Geilenfeld had as weekend guests'••• the . letter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Burdette Johannson and sons Gerald, Kenneth and Galen, of Spencer. * Mrs Nick Fischlhad as dinner guests Sunday her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs James Put- tstuckl of West Bend. In the afternoon all went to see the par- ints Mr and Mrs Burton Putzs- luck. Mr and Mrs Floyd Etickson and the letter's mother Mrs Marcella Armstrong visited Mr and Mrs Ma^l Hentgcs at Waterloo last. Mrs Hentges is also a daughter 1 of Mrs Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Paul James and daughter, Evelyn, were at Water- lee last week visiting Mr and Mrs Kermit Burtis. Another daughter, Beverly, who is a sophomore at Iowa City was there also. Mr and Mrs R, C. Porter, Mr and Mrs Vincent Esser and Mr and Mrs Ed Gottfredson drove to Whittemore Sunday to attend the dinner and bazaar at St. Michaels Catholic church. Mrs Claude Samson entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of her husbandfs birthday. Guests were the son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Vic Parsons, Linda and Jimmie. Mr and Mrs Jim Wychor lefi this week for Muskegon, Mich., where he has accepted a position with a radio station. He has been manager of K.L.G.A. since it was started here a few years ago. Mr and Mrs W, J. Fuller had as recent dinner guests their son and daughter-in-law Mr arid Mrs Bill Fuller, Krista and Jeannie and Mrs Don Peterson, mother of the junior Mrs Fuller, of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie have had word from the Ralph Raneys of Chicago, 111., that they plan to come here for a visit as soon as Ralph is able. He suffered a stroke December 17 but is improving. Mr and Mrs Charles Schlievert sold their house at 726 North Wooster street and have purchased a house at 121 south Colby street. Mr and Mrs Clifford Etherington have purchased the Schlievert house. ' Mrs Mary , Miller, and her daughter Mrs Twyllah Bartholomew and Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf drove to Clarion Sunday and brought back with them Mrs Miller's cousin Mrs Marie' Proestler who will visit here. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson have been visited by the letter's sister Mrs Don J. Mertz of G'ra'nd Island, Neb. The daughter Shiela Hansen, R.N., came from Mason City to spend from Friday till Tuesday while her aunt was here. Mr and Mrs Robert Gushing will have as guests the latter part of the week and for a few days Mr and Mrs F. H. Gushing, parents of iRobert, of Memphis," Mo. While here the birthdays of Mrs Robert Gushing and the son Rodney jwho,will be four February 17, will b.e celebrated. Last Saturday afternoon a birthday party was held for Deborah and Margaret Smith. Those present were: Steven Blume, Ermin and Deborah Hanson, Cathy Reefer. De De Harris, Christina Fisher, Sherry and Deborah Bulten. Refresments were served and a good time wa'S had by all. Brail Wright wiljl leave {this weekend to attend Graham's an-, nual manager's convention to be held at the company's headquarters in Ottumwa. Bob Scharfen- 6-Algono (la.) Upper Dtt MofnM Thursday, Feb. 15, 1959 OLIVER No. 241 All-Purpose DISC HARROW Works Anywhere >« > Perfectly j&& IMB W UBFUWlt , uuotiui yow field into a mellow, level seedbed. See ill 9D& over rocks and stumps with ease, A aetnifteribte frame and apriog-cpsoiooed gangs permit the No. 241 to cKmb over a stone tike a cater* pillar. No damage to blades or other parts. Your tractor doesn't have to hoist and drag it across an obstruction, Yet, ifs rigid enough, strong enough, heavy enough to cot the toughest surfeoe. Buy an o#-p«rpottOtiver and ycmll have fufl angle tatting, thoroogh shredding of trash, accurate depth control in any soil, You'll cross waterways, travel to and from fields easier. You'd get prefabricated, sealed-for«_-- .._w» „,,, izfajg' OLIVER BROS. IMPLEMENT CO. kamp, assistant manager of CJra- liam f a for the past several months, IBS bfeen transferred to the new Graham's store at Sheldon, Bob's aredccesfior at Graham's here. Jan Masmar, was sent to the Eagle Grove store several months ago. and has since been promoted to manager there. Two J.P. Fines Two men paid fines in Justice C. H. Ostwittkle's court this Week, They were Alvin H. Thomsen, Fen ton, who paid $5 and costs for stopping a vehicle on a travelled portion of the highway, causing an accident; and Patrick L. Vaske, Bancroft, $10 and cost for illegal pasting on a yellow line, Ledyqrd Guild Met Ledyard — The E. & G. duild met at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Fred Selberg, Mrs Irvin Smith, Mrs Victor Vriesen and Mrs Aubrey water- house as hostesses. The pro* gram was in charge of Mrs Alfred Kramersmeier. The Birth* days of Mrs Chester Johnson and Mrs Herman Goetz Jr. were observed. A panel consisting of Mrs Marvin Simonsmeier, Mrs John Brandt and Mrs V. Vriesen HOSPITALS 3 *•» Mrs Bancroft, boy 1 , 0-6. ' Feb. 4 — Sandra Smith, Algofta, medical; Larry St. John, AlgOfla, medical. , ' , , Fftb* S -s- Mrs Henry Wiehtett* dahl, West Bend, girl, ?-3; Gwen Hauenstein, Irvington, medical; Mrs Joe Loebach, Whittemore, lurgery; Mrs Jesse Reynolds, Al* gona, tonsillectomyj Mrs Lee Te'el, Algona, surgery; Mrs Virgil Kunkel, Bancroft, boy, 10-3. Feb. 6 — Kaye Banwart> Whit* •temore, T & A; Matt Erdmah» Wesley, medical; Peter Gronbeck, AlfOttfi, F*D. Bur 2 Studenf Nurses • * * • •> • trudy Bess of Wesley Aiid Mat da Anderson Of Algdfia among ?0 lotta. Methodlsit of nursing freshmett'Who* pated in the capping ijefemdntes held Friday, Feb. IS, iri fc&j Mdines. The two girls , became full fledged student Wed 45 Years thelf , aftd file Junkerffteier.'.who them wh*n they ttt» with were married and old friends and neighbors also were guests. > ,•'1 .'•,, w..^^..>... : ^. ...... . • Mother Succumbs wn€re sfig Ms ,tSe€it thi fast New Vet Farm School _ * f he Ledyflrd Com* mtfftily"- school board has hired Don BUdldhg, of Titonka Id conduct, /a Kbrean Veterans Farm '.Mrg Leo Willadsen Schdol here at Ledyard. .The 1 flrtl tfeni^ home 'irom the, Buffalo tiass was held'Jast Monday .eve* cehtei? hospital on Wednesday nihg with" 20 in attendance. .„ . , , . * ' - . j* . , . . , *- ,^ ..J-'-.!.! ,«.HJ—.^ any man's heart! 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