The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1959 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1959
Page 21
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flf! >-AfV« " ^ r <* -'& Kif< £$ ->*, Jldblts by Evelyn was my day tor callefs and 1 loved : it. Four were *e§tdfeftts in Algona, three were from t qut-oMown. The first one i^A * *• •*•»*•»• JLAA.O b V/IIC . I*wfeft«e fianson (Mrs Will- j&tt, St&oiten) of Spirit Lake. Md?§hc6 is a classmate arid I've kftbilWi bet. over the years since H Wfiy.' back in grade school, ttef mmer, Mrs' W. C. Dahson, was riiy" Siinday school teacher Flor* eftee; €0tti]plaltis, that there are so fe^rp-edpld here now whom she kh&ws.. When .1 told Miss Son- stelteif Fldfence was here she said "I'd!liked to have seen her. t wofldef if she "remembers a trip we'tOok together to Sioux City arid went eleven miles out of our way., We got so'interested in discussing a current scandal, we ihissed the fight turn," My two other callers from out of-town were Clarence and Mag-» gie Pannkuk of Fairmont, Minn. * . * » .When Mrs Mali tCapp was -brought here to Good Samaritan I went out 1n thfe hall to meet her W6 have had many phone chats when she was able to be at the phone and > we have, compared notes on arthritis. This is the first time we actually met. Sh4 has been at Grand Island, Neb. -with a son-in-law and daughter Mr "and Mrs Sterling Logue. * * * field, Nancy, Bea Kay and ; tenny and Nancy Strayer spent i week ago. Saturday and Sunday" ft Des Moines. They visited Mr and Mrs Al Ridley. They wanted to go through the historical building but didn't have time. * . * * Neighbors of Mrs James Buscher gave her a baby shower Friday morning. When two little" ones come to join a family instead of the expected ONE, the wardrobe was a little skimpy, * but these little fellows aren't going to suffer, They haVe been named BrUce and B.rian and weighed about seven pounds apiece. They joined Cindy, Randy and RickSe. * » » Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan were among those who attended the Jackson Day dinner at the Veterans Memorial auditorium. One celebrity they saw was Marian Anderson who was giving a concert at KRNT Theatre. I believe Mrs Linnan said she saw her iri the hotel lobby. Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley also attended and I wan told some of the McEnroes, too, as well as Mr and Mrs Pat Cullen, former Algonans now living at Storm Lake. * * '"* I am sure you will be interest* 1 ed in a letter I had from Olive in Denver with following* tyhert friends Ulf'tha 1 boarded the M AH right, all right* Mis* Jones, so att Edward R. Murrowl*m not." bank, Calif. California is even more flamboyantly beautiful than I remembered. I left from Fort Dodge via plane, boarded a United Airlines plane in Omaha and flew to Denver—even hod a wonderful steak dinner and all trimmings while en route. Visited Domeliner, City of St. Louis, at 8:35 a.m. for ^California arriving in Los Angeles at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 7th. The weather hns boon glorious here in Calif. I am to return to Iowa with my sister and brother-in-law from Lnkota, Edith and Fred Schruc- tlor, who have spent the winter in Calif. We plan to start home April 20 by car, * * * I re-read ihe Susan Pflffncr loiter and note she says "The Upper Des Moines paper has been in tho family for seventy years—first Lawson, then Gray, and then Hemer Lawson again. "Sho said "Mrs Fred Corey called me. She is out hore wilh her daughter, Helen." She'Adds "I got letters from Mrs Gesina Munson of Weet Bend, Mrs Bertha Pommer and Mrs John Mahoney," » * # Two of our employees here at Good Samaritan became grandmas again, Freda Zweifel whoso son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Tom Buscher became parents of a son last week and Amy Johnson whose son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wagner of Burt who became parents of a daughter Sunday p.m. She weighed seven pounds and has been named Donna Jean. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and- easn register rolls at the tfpper DCS Moines Pub, Co., Atgona. ——• PHQNi CY 4*3535 - YOUR l f ? \f Lewis Marshall, Reid dark and stm a friendly voice. Then were out for t be frightened," sai AS she talked to Kathy, she ieam ed rents were visiting, got another ormtpr'i «SL ^^^^^^^^^^^^W^ a telephone sitter to talk to. minutes, top, estera^ When You Think of OLDEST AND MOST REALIABIE NAME IN THE WELL DRILLING BUSINESS Phone CYpress 4-3848, ALGONA * < ' '«- OR •*- WAYNi M, ElBERT Phone Whittemor9 8-3702 VIRGIL P. ILBIRT Phone Whittemore 8-4472 (H4H6-17) Did v you ever have a name elude you and the more you thought about it the more confused you got? Such was my case last week. I reported ELDON Ray Moore and his wife had moved to Muscallno. 11 should have been ELVIN. The interest- IIR part is that lie is employed at he Kent Feed store and the owner is Gage Kent, brother of ,he local Fred Kent. * * * Mrs Elizabeth Bans of G.S. wan visited Saturday by Mr and Mrs Albert Baas and Sunday visitors were Mr and -Mrs Orville Kressin and daughter Elizabeth and Molly Kressin of Lone Rock. • LONE ROCK •»«a-E)M>/S!mat^^ Richard Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Jensen, who is study- ins for his doctorate in Latin a the University of North Carolina Chapel- .Hill,',-has been.wotitiac that his Woodrow Wilson Fellow ship has been renewed for an other year. A surprise birthday party wa given for Neva Thompson at he home Wednesday. Attending wer Mrs Lillio Thompson, Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Charles and Howard, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and LaVonne, Dtivid and Douglas Elsbeckcr of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson, Linda and Lyle of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tiggcs were callers at the Dale Schrocder home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Law- i rence Geitzenauer and family were Sunday callers at the Delbert Geitzcnauer home at Fcnlon. Mrs Ruth Krueger visited at the Hiram Ackerman home at Burt Friday. Mrs Mary Genrich and Mrs Luella Schenck of Algona returned home Thursday from Carthage, Mo. where they visited Mr and Mrs M. E. Genrich and family. Mr and Mrs Wendell Steven spent the weekend at the home I of his parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Steven at Algona. Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Cowrie spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Morris. Mr and Mrs Rov Jensen and Jamie and Tena Jensen visited Vircil Shackelford Saturday at Lutheran hospital in Foil Dodge Mr and Mrs Ernest Jensen arc visiting this week at Muscatinc with Ihnir ds">(!hters and families the Wm. Mulls and Stanley The annual meeting of thr Lone Rock Lively Rockets w held at Chf home of Alexis Rutledge April 11. Alexis Rutiedgc gave a demonstration and a tall was given by Shirley Marlow Special activity, Iowa history was given by Dawn Schult/. Fo recreation a game of softball wu played. Wooden bowls were given to be refinished for the fair Mr and Mrs Ernest Jensen spent last Sunday at Blair, Neb., visiting Mrs Jensen's aunt, Mrs Laura Munk. PROTECT AGAIN ST FIRE! KEEP DOCUMENTS AND VALUABLES Those Fife Chests And Fire Vaults, fiuilt For Home Protection, All Have Insurance Underwriter's labels And Are Not Costly. Loss Of One Valuable Doc- ument or Paper Would Cost Far More Than A Fire Chostl ^51 4l»j|ftijp» .. .'-(•* Off fAfffawflRt! 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