The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1959
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} -it; r ^ Ni ir K: Molnes Thursday, Ma? U, tOCALS «ftd wit* John Some* spent Sunday fishing ftt Okoboji. They report very fjoof Iw k t , and *fc* %«ll*f tt***dt visited Friday by Mrs btother-imlaw " and sis- fa* of Sheffield 111 Mr and Mn William Anderson Spent Stififlfcy >Ut Cedat Rapids with their sdn James, a freshman ftudeiit at. (Joe college* * Mr and-jM** Raymottd liave bee* visited by the latter's fousin and wife, Mr and Mrs Ivan honors of Seattle, Wash. * Mrs BdhM tt&tt sp*ftf Molhefs • Day at Liventiore wilh her son- flattghteiv&r. and Mrs * Mts Anna Medson was •jtootherts D$?*by ,her $nd Will 4am McGamey' of Dfcs Moinfes. , 3 M* arid MM G. W. tfaylor and "family were at Rochester, Minn., wp£k ago Sunday where Mr entered the bowling tour- Mr and Mrs EvereH ^Anderson tent Mothers Dav in Des Moines ..ith their son and Daughter Phil *>fend Marcin Anderson, Phil ifi 'Jmployed there and'Marcia is a ^student nurse. <*- Mrs Art Wiese and her mother t&frs Johanna Hanson drove to *Blairsburg, Monday, Jo visit Mrs 'JjViestefA < &m«iti-taw and daughter, qtor and-Mrs.Fifa'ak PruJsmarm to •whom «<fit, s6n7^aj bbrti Apfil 24 t «% Mr add Mrt Art Wie*e had a? Quests'Mothlffe Da^ Mr and Mrt iPaul Hudson of Fenton, Mr and *jMrs Clarence Nielsen of LuVerne *fcnd Mrs Johanna Hanson. • Mrs Mr and ftfct J. P. Smith had at guests Sunday their feons*in*law and daughters and families, Mr and Mi* M W, Knulh of Paxillifis and Mr and Mrs Raymond Matt Madrid, - , Mr and Mr* A. R. Willroli had as callers Mothers Day their son- in-laup Ulid daughter, Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor. Mr and Mrs Carol Willrfett and Mr and Mfa Garble of Mrs Wiese was Joined Mothers Day by her sons-in-law .'daughters, Mr ,and Mrs lanson is mother *end Mrs Nielsen. Mrs Cora Bacon *%nd gene Hofius of Ottosen and Mr ' 'InW. Nelson -who took '"for dinner and spent er "out afternoon f K with her. The f K returned in April from **£exas .where they, had, spent the I/inter. Mrs, John Seefeld and daughter *Margarefc had as dinner guests ^Mothers Day the former's son- *4n-law and 'daughter, Mr and Mrs 2fcen Hinders" of BViti Other isitors '^in the afternoon were sons and daughters-in-law, and Mrs Leander Seefeld- and Tr and Mrs Naaman Seefeld of ^^Vesley. * 'Jr. and Mrs Ed Hagg and Mr ^nd Mr^ Hitgh Black and Louise •were, dinner guests Mothers Day *$>f Mr-afld:Mrs Bob Tolsdorf at SEsthervillel "Mrs Black and Mrs ^ are, the 'former Lenore Hagg.- The. Tols- orfs are pareftts'of a five months Sold son¥lS|ike.^ |EtieyU»ad- formerly lived on a faYm near Cylinder jjbut now live on a farm they ^purchased last spring. Vernsll Ludwig Is teeoiretina nicely It&tn the leg Injury suffered in a cave-in accident April 28. He has been at St, Ann hospital but will be released the latter part of the week. Mr and Mrs Robert Parmh spent Mothers Day -weekend at Des Mbines with the former's mother, Mrs fisther Parrish and with the latter'* -brother and sister-in-law, 1 Mr and Mrs Robert Caldwell. . Mr find Mrs Jbhn Helmors had &s guests Mothers Day their son ahd daxignter-in<4ftw, Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers, David and RSckte of Sioux City and son-in- law and d&Ughter, Mf and Mrs Robsrt Carlson,- Robbie and Roger. Mr end Mrs Ralph Moe have had word from their daughter, Mrs Dexter Stein df Sioux City that she is making good recovery from a recent sickness. She is undergoing a series of treatments at the 'University hospital, Iowa City. „ ./; Mrs Chris Alt had as quests Sunday Mr and MrS Fred Grlen- ert of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Mer<- vin Jens. Mr and" Mrs Larry Alt and family and Stanley Berkeland of Fenton. , Guests Saturday were Mrs Albert Wibben of Ban- »roft and Mrs Eli Gerber of-West Bend. - . • , Mr and M« Don Armstrongf entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the • third birthday of their daughter Jan. Guests wero the grandpare'nts, Mr and Mrs Ernest Logue, Mr and Mrs Donald Logue, Mr and Mrs Keith Logue and Mr and Mrs Stanley Seger and the respective families, all of Livermore. Mrs , Glaus Wibben of Tllonka had as guests Mothers Day the members of her family which included Mr and Mrs John Wibben of Elmttre, Mr and Mrs 1 Garble Wibben of Wh'ittemore, Mr: and' Mrs Etnie Haack of Livermore," Mrs Dena Saliger and Mr and Mrs ,Don Saliger and sons of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Rudie Willrett of Burt, Mr - and Mrs • Herman , Willrett of Britt t ,JMr and Mrs Albert Wibben, Alice, Ellen and Jim and Penny Countryman of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Louis Price of Lakota and Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben and daughters, Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett of Algona and the respective families of the«;guests. ,. , , SCRIPTO MARKING- PENCILS lishing Co., phone CY '4-3535, Pub. 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