The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1959 · Page 3
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--r fcft and Mf» i»mw Walk»T *>**• . fined to .lied with a,severe cold but is/fl(Mr ifnptdvlM; A-' • Mr 'and Mts Jittt.WUKw spent Sunday>t tone R^k.^nd.wfefe Supper juests of^ifie"; Mtefr»3 mother fe Rose Kfahi; . ' •'•.'.' : .Mr aad<Mrs,JBd J ,Hi$&h*d aft dihnfer guests' Stiriday, Mr and Mrs Jess Dyer of Spencer, who were former'residents here.- -, «- Mr and Mrs RdAitie Dil&watfh have jftoved irtto - the'; • Mettle Turnbaugh. apartment .flcehlty vacated by Mr and Mr* f»at tJdod- win. .'• •' •> , ,- ;-." .,-Mr and .Mrs Albert Welshaat were'visite^ SuHday by4lielr*46Ai m-law and daughter Mr and Mrs John 'Rirdisill .'and family -of Woden./ ' ;•' ,' - ,-,, , • , Mr and Mrs Frfed Will sipeni the weekend fot Minneapolis with their-son' and daughternh* law .Mr and 'Mrs Wallace?'Will and "family; ,'•,.'• • Mr^yielei 7 ''Walker had'.as guests lafcV-" week' 'Thursday 1 s 'her gratidaughter an'd family, Mi* and Mrs Melvin , Ostwald- 1 and; little son Randy, of - Whittemore.' ,* , " » Mr and -Mrs "Palf.HGood have left for Fort Dodge'ahd>Will live in their trailer house Awhile Mr Goodwin is empol^.e'd, with-a road construction combany. there, > John Thuenle and his daughter Esther, R. N;, are going to ."-Kent Minn., to spend the weekend with the former's mother Mrs Joe Thuente. Esther has resigned from her nursing position at Cherokee and will tae,,.employed in Minneapolis, ' bf Sl¥waft; They., also have at their home .another daughter Mrs Wfiyfte Mejt*r whis Hllrk Allen bbrri April 224 ' '" itfother child. A son Kef MW V/llfted Schhelder of SU£6e had as weekeftd guest^ Mrs Ahrtte Sthheidfer. ot Ipttch- "•*•-"-•-• and Mr and toH. f MonteVidelt* 'Minftf 1 t!»- ; nm« ttojy A«.«^~* J"<^-^i.""i-*j* ~e«Yn*^~ n .* ^«4 J communion or Normatt SCnhild" Spent a Week file Saturday ana J *.*. 6rtrt _,» «»„ ^v^ «*-« wiHv**r? B..wJa%aAi^ t^«* v»_t-^«,s.auu *t,«!i. er» son oi iwr ana mrs wuirea Sfchh6ider» '-and also Confirmation Des MoinesMith their son aftd/da\ighter-m,46LW Mf, aftd Mrs n;. 1 .-, >..\- . Mr attd Mrs Letoy Cfapt who & in lervice in. , . he has been promoted to Captain, He is Operations' Officer with "16 second missiles battalion. Emil Hagg, brothct of Alb«tl atid Ed -Hagg. has been dismissed fi-bm a-Des Moines hesbltal &hd is, Convalescing at the nome of a $on4il*la:w and daughter, Mr J.Hbbert Cart".at " 1- for DaVJd returned Schneider. ! * Mohday ' f6r ! C4 IWrs ftof grandooM - Steve -and Mark, Sons of Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell, of Cherokee while the parents were hr Webster "City on Business and at' dfedar Falls with friends over the weekend, The 'FJoyd . Hulaells' £lan-tp move to Webster City and Floyd will be associated With the Investors is Si"Anii:itspitai frorn> a v ;fall In his 'yard frdtfi which he suffered a sp"r:alfte'd"')back and cradKed shoulderijbladfe. X*rays revealed -xitenfrVof his injuries and it considered advisable to hospitalize , him. i *"""" Mrs Hilda GrpnWall has returned from San.Oiego and Fullerton, Calif i}?. where she spent ithe win-? te"r.,At San Diego she Was with her- son-in-law and daughter Mr' •and Mrs George Sayles and'-at Fullerton she was with her,, sori and daughter-in-law »,•''• Mrs William Watkins<and Mrs Ernie George took members of Boy 'Scout.,troop 12,'tp the.Sabin 'dairy farm last week Tuesday to inspect it. Those who went are Randy and ' Steven , Re'idinger, Dennis George, Tom and Steven 'D5 l& scho sSfied.SerA«^6r:,He has been 'IfrdUstVialVArts in the * P«,V« V:.>V-||\fk' Farewell Party ^s.',, •. <x3'. •> .„. ,* A * . t ^ For Nelsons , AeHl 36, *. At,..* 1 i J fe. >.LJI^.TJ. j^... Algona (la.) Upper D«t Moln«t-3 . _______ » • • . * » . R&IWf .UHfrfe ' dster tfttd i«<nWy» the Louis 11 " r fo sp&ftd the the';: Cftafle* -, a>i<i Btirt Thursday * s gu&rt*r afc thfe.Phelps oe •' ' • ! ' '- "* " - ' ' > • *" Nelsbn. wetit'to Lu- -^l-Mr and Mrs Neat \Michaelsen X entertain6d at' a farewell dinner in, honor of Mr and Mrs Ai-k'y NelsOri, who will be leaving , for .where, they. Escbndido, Calif., both will bo. employed." Guests* at the dinner were Mr and Mrs Arky Nelson, Mr afid Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone arid ..Ricky, Mr and Mrs .Donald Michaelsen and' family arid Mrs Claude. Roger Johnson, "and Neal Mary Michaelsen of Titonku.- Af- RmHViX . . "-L .t.prnnon callers at the Neal Mich- PKetps and J»er sister^ IWtS Nelson ot Minfiipfoliji .arrived Friday weekend Bernard Mrs Leonard Kevin' ,and . ^(Irno, Minn, laftt.tewdayt• on business and visited.Mr attd Mrs Glen Kruse and family at George, Iowa. ' ' •• '. 1 Mr'and Mr£. Rollo Moofty Ti- and Mrs l\aey'Stone Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Melvin Haase had their 3 wefck old baby daughter, Dcbra, baptized Sunday by Hov, Sehull,? at St, John's Lutheran churcn, Mr Hanso's sist6r and husband, Mr and Mi's Emil HaaCk ol Lone Rock, were sponsors. M dinner was held'at-tl^ Molvih Haaso home in 'honor of this occasion and also the birthday 01 iholr .oldest' daughter, Vicki llaasb,* who Was two years, old. Guests at the dinner wore the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Chris Haaso, Mr and Mrs'Emil Haack Lone Rock, and Bcvniee - artt Leona Haase, Burt, ,. Mr • and Mrs ' Roy Clark of Mason City wore Tuesday visitors at the Ray Pilch home. Mr.rand Mrs Fitch were Wednesday guests at the'Robert Ski! ling home 'at trvington. • , . , About ton,or twelve'neighbor ladies gathered at the home of Mrs Henry Smith, Friday evening to plan' J a shower for Wilma Moore who will be married May 17. Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs- Wendell Ringsdorf and family and.,Mrs Mae Lattimor o£ Jancroft vfwe Sunday guests of Marjono Lattimer at Spirit Lake. "isv 1,at limn- is n sister of Mrs Wt nd.'ll Rinj>sdorf. Mi and Mrs Victor fitch, ;«rone and Judy 'visited tho Arnold Uank'lsons, Friday ove- nin;;. Mr and Mrs Jack Weiland r Wosloy wero also Friday evo-* ii.i; visitors iri the Danielson "Life is God's great uni* vorsity in which man pro- pan's himself for etornul life," :- • . 12 To Get Poems Published Soon Twolvb Algona public school sliirU-nts were honored 'this week as poetry written by them was am'ptotl for publishing by th( N'nliniial High School Poetry Assorintinrt. The popms will ap- pc.-ir within a short time in luioklot of prize-winning poomn from students in the mldwosl. Studonts who will receive award certificates arc ICny Agena and Tom Waller, eighth grade; Rita Rich, Rosemary Medin, Judy Naylor, Carl Danielson and Emma Finh;y, sophomores; Siri Norton, Bt-n I-Iorbst and Kim Deal, juniors; and Margaret Gacle and Sandra Phillips, seniors. Instructors of the students are Mrs Joyce Alberts, Kathryn Sor- en.sc>n, RicVard JCapfer and Mrs Helen Relley. ' FISH Bill Dean and Dean Maudcrer of Traer caught a spobiibill catfish on a recent fishing trip to Missouri. Tho.fish was more than five feet long and it'Weigh- ed -17 pounds. A primitive fish, the padtllt'fi.sh has no teeth or bones. STATIONERY at Upper Pub. Co., Algona. 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