The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 14
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J I-M 1 6-Algono (lo.) Upper Be* Metttes 11n»f»Jjry,Jfcp». L *J 1959 Dog Becomes Thief; Takes Swea Blankets Swea Eagle — Mrs Glen Burt relates a mystifying experience. She said a lingo dark brown dog called on them Saturday. and prweeded to tear the screen door apait. He sueeedcd to tho point of ripping the screen to sVirrnis ;md then started in on tho wood frame. As Mr Burt was no1 fcolinfi vory well at the tinie. Mrs Burt was kept busy looking after his ftrods. and didn't have much time to givr attention to the minor) door The dog did hoi seem to be vicious, but did insist on coming and going'sos ho pleased. Sunday evening, tho dog was tnnking "a fuss just outside nnd \vhen Mrs Burt opened the door to see what all the noise was about, the dog darted in iind made off with two blankets which wore folded on a chair. Mrs Burt. was surprised at. such actions but as soon as she had time she thought she would go outside and get the blankets where she figured the dog would have dropped them. The blankets dould not and have not been found! f[fie ron preceded her in death, and throe live to mourn her passing. They nrc Hans of Swea City. Chris of Kslhorville. and Mrs Otto (Klsie) Schwattz of Minnr-apolis. The funeral was Tuesday at EsthervUle. Bunal was at the Armstrong Grove r:rnif j lery. Home From Hospital John Kelly I,- homo fn.sn tho ho.;pitnl at. Ksthr-rville where he was a patient for an e> e injuiy. Otto Kelly was welding and John had his back to him but (he reflection damaged his eye*. His condition is considerably improved, but he ha* to wear dark glasses, and \\I\A been advised by his doctor not to read for a least a month. Mother Dies Mrs Elsie Peterson, mother of Hans Peterson, died September 12. at Broad!awns hospital at Des Moines. She suffered a stroke and had grown steadily worse. She was 80 vears of age. Three child- Grandparents Twice Tho Karl Kauffmans are proud to announce that, thoy became f'nindparents 'twice in one day. Mr and Mrs Earl Kauffman. Jr., Milwaukee. Wise., became parents of an B pound daughter, Judith Anne. Sept. B. Mr and Mrs Monty Snyder became the parents of a son Robert Ernest, 8 pounds, Sept. 8. Paternal grandparents are the Paul Snyders of Swea City. Eagles Met The Eagle boys 4-H club met at the home of Mr and Mrs Harvey C. Larson, Sept- 7- ... Kevin Thoresun Opened the meeting with the pledge to the flag. Officers for the coming year wore elected as follows: Lloyd Thoreson, leader: Harold Carr, as- •shtant leader: Gerald Kluger, 31-osident: Maurice Carr, vice president: Vivian Thoreson, Sec.- Treas.; John Pavik, reporter. , Lunch was served by Mrs Larson. .-—• visitors at Ihe Got ttft bifth3fflr.-A ,W&§k.a|d», evaaittgi Ktecy. Seeker had- the girts 6t her grade (six) come out to hfelp her celebrate her eleventh WHhaV •' j *• Mt and Mrs Lawrence Govern afteflded the funeral of John Brick of West Des Moines Thursday ' Bafbar'a frarfoW spetit the weekend at the Vittcfent and Law» rence'Govern home. Mr and Mrs Fred 'Schmidt visited At' the f Gov- erh home Saturday afternoon,, Mr and Mrs Hafold Becker, Kefineth Trenary, Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle and Mr nd Mrs Ralph Dugati and fariiily were Sunday guests at the ,Ted Green home at Lfedyard. Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow Mary Ellen Farrow and Gene tfeilson were Sunday guests in he Vindent and Lawrence Gov em home. Mr and Mrs James Govern and family were Sunday BANCROFT t^fMWAUWJUMWVJW** l\ Team Takes State Title A picnic was .held at the East Park tot Mason City, Sunday, in honor of the 61st Wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Lore^n Cutler of Fairmont, Minn. The Cutler's daughter and family, the Walter.Magnusens, attended frorri here. Mr and Mrs 'Monford Peterson were Sunday callers at the Herman Gabel home. Sandra Gabel left Tuesday fpr Cedar Falls where she will.begin' her sop'homofe * year'" at ''State Teachers college. , ' • • f Glen Burt has been admitted at the Fairmont 'hospital. He h&d been convalescing at-his home after a siege of pneumonia in the spring. , ' Sunday afternoon callers at the Glen Burt home were Mr and Mrs Harry Hargeave of Algona and Mr and Mrs John Moore of Arnv strong. ; • , , i , , '; \ < 1 Rev. and Mrs Leroy Carter and Dr. Philip Newell were; Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr an* Mrs Glen Olson, i : Mr and Mrs, Oscar Peterson were guests s&jfthe- Ma.rlin Hard* home Friday evening for a steal** try. Mr and Mrs Rudy Hardt were Sunday dinner guests The Swea Cily Trojans, only team in Kossuih county with a football victory after the first two weeks of the season, are shown in the above squad photo. The Trojans, under .Coach Bob Hahn, downed Rake, 21-6, in their last outing to even their season record at 1-1 Shown left to right in each row are: first row, Bill Ewingi manager, Coach Bob Hahn, Marlyn Johnson, assistant coach, and Bill •' Second row, Eugene Rippentrop,, Bill Hubbard, David Rippentrop, Tom Diaz, Edward Sanders and Jack Hinrichsen. . . Third row, Gary Snyder, Glen Peterson, Dale Farland, Larry Stenzel, Alan Mather, Morris Carr and Jim Elliott. . - . Back row, Mike Stewart, Gary Dixon, Roger Conway, Doug Cpmmins, Gary Larson and John Boland. -, (UDM . Newsfoto- 1 Engraving). • , -.- :. .. ': . ••• . ''..- Irtin j3SK and Priebe contest. (UDM Engraving). workedvon the mound, while Leek.and JorgensW caught in .the Illinois at. the. »»&t-'*.••£! Ltuuiofis-j : ~'*, : v; -v - - -. j?«;~--?.'j?:a uvir' and Mrs 'Dean ' R6nm'e*,and Delbe,rt ,. ,...„ Gander all of Panora and1;Duane Tingwald of .W6odwardivi ;: w i efe Sunday 'guests^ at?: the!:,\Cafrol! Ganders. The ' group ; celebcatec the birthday of .Carrolt Ganders. Lowell Farland, --Mr§-v -Ralph Walker and Rita drove to ;F.ayetta Sunday where Rita will ,begm her Sophomore year at Upper Iowa; University. She "is .studying elementary teaching. . .. : . ,:",, • :; •;• , "Wednesday afternoon, Mr and Mrs Hugo Hans of Rockford, 111 and Mrs Mary Zoller, and Mr and Mrs George Schroeder of Lako'ta, were guests at the Walter Hans lome. ,'''', Mr and Mrs Warren Brones and children attended the wedding of Donha Kay O'Keefe and Laurence Miller Sept. II in the Lutheran church at Buffalo Center. The Brones' small son, Robert, was ring bearer at the wedding. •School friends of Jennifer- Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Anderson, helped her to celebrate her 8th birthday, Monday after 'school., Guests ; were Becky McCoy., Carol Briggs. Viola, Person, Kathleen and ••Marlene Mjno, Linda Thompson, Marsha Sykes, Jacquelyn Drew, Marsha Abbas, Howard and .Gene Person. , The Swea Hpj-nemakers met at 'the homV of-Mrs Maynard Jensen Monday' witht.Mrs Glen'Clark as assistant -hostess. The Swea Sun' beams ^demonstration team Janet .Walker and; Maxine Clark presented their special activity demonstration. • : Mr and Mrs Marvin,, Boev'er o Estherviile became, the parents. o a l l /k pound daughter, Sept. 13 a Holy Family hospital. The yoyng lady has been named Berhadett '.Mary. Mrs Frank Soever of Ti tonka and Joe Prestons are th grandparents. Portland Twp. •'• : : ' ,':' I ' : , •:, Mr and Mrs James Phelps of Denver were guests Thursday evening in the Levant Moore home. Mrs Harold Becker came hpme 'ro'm" Rochester Thursday night where, she spent a: few; days, with ler mother, Mrs Tom. Trenary. 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