The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 5
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Mr and Mrs Milton Norton spent the weekend at the family cottage at the Dkobojis. Mrs fieulah Richardson has been Vacationing with relatives arid friends in South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Ralph Valentine are being visited a few days by the letter's sister, Mrs Mary Mil- lerj LiVermore. Correciidh-^Mr and Mrs Jerry (Gerald) Heitland have taken the Ed Hagg apartment. It was reported as Heetland. Mr and Mrs William Watkins had the Idtter's parents, Mr^and Mrs A. E." Seaquist, Clarion, as dinner guests Sunday. \ Ms and Mrs Perry Collins had Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell and sons of Webster City and Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell as dinner .guests Sunday. '. • „ Caroiyn Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Miller, 1 has returned from Tekemah, Neb. where she spent a week with her friend, Priscilla Miller. Mr and Mrs Joe Tschetter had as guests Sunday the former's brother, sister-in-law and sister Mr and 'Mrs William Tschettei and Elizabeth Tschetter, Freeman S. D. ; Mrs Bell Black has been vis ited by her son and daughter-in law, Mr and Mrs P'aul Black and children Karen and Curtis and Mrs Black's mother, Mr Christine Porter, Washington, D C Duane and Roger Biersiedi Braidwood, 111., are spending thi week at Lakota with their grand parents, Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedt. They are visiting a month with the maternal grandmother Mrs August Schmidt. Mrs J&an Wadsworih and her sister, Mrs Margaret Hofmaster, received word Monday of the death of their sister-in-law, Mrs Arch Bushnell, 70, at Birrnmg- 'ham, Ala. Death was due to a heart attack. She is survived by her husband and son, Dr. James Bushnell and children.^ Thursday, July, 53, 195$ Atgdrta (la.) Upp«f Pi* Mrs S. E. -McMahon and son Maurice, Minneapolis, have re- urned from an extensive trip. Mr and Mrs Ed W.fcUhaat and aniily of Storm Lake were here or a brief visit with the parents VIr and Mrs Albert Weishaar and rom here went to northern Minnesota to spend their vacation., Pels Helmets, father of John ielmers with , whom he makes ms home, was taken Monday to i*iivnrsity hosnital. Iowa City, by another son, Ed Helmers of Rudd. lie id sJ3 and has been ailing for some time. Mr and' Mrs Fred Will have th&ir granddaughter, Jan Martin, as .guest. She will be here till r^uL-misuse 1 when the parents Mr and Mrs L. B. Martin will come from Brookfield, Wis., to take her home. Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkel, the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Mrs Pearl Potter, Mr and Mrs William Dodds and Mrs Mamie Winkel spent Sunday at Spirit Lake with Tom Reid and Mr and Mrs Murl Potter at then- cottage. Mrs Otto Westling and Laverla" visited John Westling at Fort Dodge a week ago Sunday and at that time he was in his usual health. Sunday, July 19 he died of a heart attack. He was 80. Funeral services were held Wednesday and in attendance from here were Mrs Westling and Laverla and Mr and Mrs Raymond Westline, of Burt. . . Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben and daughter, Mrs , David Hankins, took Mr Hankins to Minneapolis one day last week where he tooic a plane to New York City, and intiiee to Germany where he is in service. His wife will probably join him later and in the meantime will be here with her parents. Mr and Mrs Wibben and daughter Mrs David Hankins plan to be at Swea City Sunday and will be guests of Mrs Wibben s niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson. Mrs Clark Orion Was visited over the weekend by her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy, Carol and Oiane, Mason City. They also visited Mrs Addie Driver and Mrs iViaude Blake, aunts of Mrs Orion. Mrs Blake is slowly recov- oring from a broken hip. Rev. and Mrs Gilbert Kuyper and family, St. Paul, Minn., visited Mr? Grace Breckbill and Mrs Adda Price one day last week and trom here went to Blue Earth, Minn., to visit friends. The family lived here a few years ago when the Rev". Kuyper was pastor Of the Presbyterian church. Mrs Kate Wegener toas at Fen a^iyi^ Algona Upper Dei Mdtnti FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertising service at the Algona Upl«t• D» Moines, including advertising bills, radio-spots if desired, and auction listing. If bad weath- park in celebration of birthdays of four of the grandchildren. Mr and Mrs James Walker and son John, Mr Walker's sister and mother, Mrs Nora Garner and Mrs Nettie Fisher, have returned from a visit at-East Chicago.Ind., with the Walker's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Kenneth rruor. They were on a three weeks vacation and also visited Mr arid Mrs G. Gilbert Fosnuugh at Gothenburg, Neb. Mrs Mamie Dacken has returned irom Whealon, Ill.> where she visited her son and daughter-in- law, Kev. and Mrs Lester Dacken. She nbvv has with her a grandson, Judson Sanford, who has come from South ' America where his parents are missionaries, Mrs Dacken is moving to Wheaton where she has owned a home tor some time. Word has been received of the death of Mrs Edith Platt Dorothy at Fairmont, Minn., Monday, following a year of sickness with a heart ailment and complications. Mrs Dorothy was in her middle seventies and was born in Kossuth county. Her husband proceeded her in death'many years ago. She is survived by two daughters and a son and two sister Mrs Maude Taylor Hengel, (Mrs George Hangel) and Mrs Margaret Simmons Pannkuk, (Mrs Clarence Pannkuk). Funeral services were held Wednesday at Fairmont and several Algona relatives attended, nieces Mrs Earl Armstrong, Mrs Paul Schneider and Patty, Mrs August Schmidt and nephews Adrian and Vernon Casler. £0t * »*^-"« —fl. . Schott, complete closing out, sale, on farm located Vn niiic south of Cylinder. Sale starts at 1 p.m.; Berkland and Finn, auctioneers, Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Complete details m today's UDM. August 8, Saturdayv — Elma Stoulil 334 acre improved farm, located '/4 mile south of Cylinder. Modern home, outbuildings and land offered; sale starts at 2 p.m.; Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer, Paul Freeman, clerk. Complete dc tails in UDM next week. LAKOTA NEWS Mr and Mrs Peter Bruer, Mi's ; Vincent Miller and children went to 'Mason City Saturday to meet their son and brother, Airman 3rd Class James J. Bruer who arrived there by plane from Indian Springs, Nevada. Jim will spend his 15 day furlough with relatives and friends. The Luther Leaguer's of St. Paul's Lutheran Church enjoyed a hayride parly Tuesday evening in conjunction with their July, meeting held at the home of Gary Sheldahl. Mrs C. A. Gutkenecht attended a 4-H Club leaders Committee meeting in Algona Tuesday afternoon. 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