The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 5
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Mt, and Mrs. Clifford Haase went to Fcnlon, Friday, to visit Mr. and Mrs.. R. F. Laabs, parents of Mrs. Haase. Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Pinky V* < & 1 ,, dinnar Quests Sunday Mi's. WMiam Bagle of Esther- Ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Osborn, Robert, Annette, and Jimmie of Spirit Lake. Mrs. Osborn is a sister of Mrs. Finlcy fand Mrs. Bagle is their mother. Mrs, Herman Punk had surgery at General hospital, May 12, and was dismissed Friday. Mrs Naomi Behrens, daughter of the Funks of Spencer, came for the weekend to assist with the housework. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Behrens,>. the. Behrens son and daughter-in-law* came Friday to visit the family. Mr. and Mrs. William turner have had as a guest since Wednesday Mrs. Ellen McVickcr of Boone, sister of Mrs. Turner. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Davis and daughter Joan, came from Boone Sunday to take home Mrs. McVicker, mother of Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Ruth Kiniigh, companion to Mrs. Minnie Oilmore, returned Saturday from a visit of a .fort- ngiht with relatives and friends at her former home in Onawa. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gingerich had as visitors Thursday the latter's parents, A. A. Drcyer of Lolls Creek and their daughter Emily of Burbank, Calif., whom they had mel at Boone. MiSs Drcyer. is employed at a woman's apparel factory and afler a visil here will return to California. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY MAY 25-26 Walter Pidgeon and Maureen 'O'Hara in "HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" , : Co-Hit Smiley Burnetre in A> SIXGUN LAW" THURS. - FRI. - SAT. MAY 27-28-29 •i^lKDDIE ft o4)X DEAN ' DON VIRGINIA RICHARP CASTLE - C,-;RISTINE • GAINES . Associate Producer Directed b» 1 HOWARD SHEEHAN • EUGENE FORDE JPltdUCld by SOIM.WURTZELPRODUCTIONS.INC. Rilened b» 20th Ccntary-Fti Added Serial-Chapter 14 "Sea Hound" SUN,-MON.-TUES.-WED. MAY 30-31-JUNE 1-2 t, ,^P5^ MASTERMIND Mir ; OF MURDER COMMITS (l7 ' THE "PERFECT" CRIME IN Co-Hit Cha* Winnlnger in "THIINSIDf STOftW Mr. and MM, Si«ve Mufohland concluded a four-day visit here Friday artd returned to their home at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. They were guests of Mr. MufohlaHd's mother and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. L, Robinault ah.d Mrs. Murchland's mother, Mr's* P. J. Qreiner. v MM, Laura Wolto spent (Sunday with friends at Fbrt Dodge. Mrs. Bessie Waddell left Friday for Sprlhgvllle to aid in the care of hot brother-in-law, John Waddell, who is critically sick. Tlie length of her sojourn there depends upon the patient's, condition. " ./,. Mrs; John Grotle and' her daughter Mrs. Kenneth ;Wichman and Tommy . spent from Wednesday until Friday at Des Moines attending a restaurant association convention., Tommy was cared for by his paternal Grandparents, Mr. a,nd''Mrs. Ralph Wichman, who live in Des Moirtcs. Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hanselman, Genese, Sharon, arjd vVayne, West Bend. The men ire brothers. John Haggard, W. H. Sharp, and Lloyd Bohannon left Saturday on a fishing trip in Northern Minnesota near the^'Crariudian 'ine and will be gone lit} Wednesday. Mrs. C. A. Towne, who has been employed at .the Kent Motor Go., resigned effective Saturday nnd is to assist in the man- Jgcment of the new Club 109, formerly Lindy's Inn. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Nilchals and children attended, the 20th veddmg anniversary Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Ciasin'i at t uthven. Mrs. Clasing and Mrs. Nitchals are sisters. Mrs. Charlie Adams was to iav c surgery this morning, Tues•ay, at the Kahler hospital in •-ochester. Her daughter La- /onne, employed at .the Algona .vreamery, is with her mother Mr. and Mrs. O. E, Hott have s guest Mrs. Hattie ,'Keller, sis- er of Mr. Hott of Decatuiv 111. who has been here a wee£ and will remain another week Friday the Hotts and their were supper guests of Mrs. Delbert Vogcl, „„.„„». ,Wrs. Vogel;is a niece of Mr?and Mrs. Hott and Mrs. Keller. Mt. and Mr*, Willtafh genbcrg and their daughter Mrs. Duane Lighter went to Sheldahl, Wednesday, to attend funeral services for Mrs. fi. R. Groom, 55, 'sister of Mr. Ringgenborg, who died at her home in Plummer, Minn., following a heart attack. She is the first of ten children to succumb. Mrs. Hugh Smith, sister of Mr. Ringgenbferg of Aurora. S. D., and her daughter Mrs. Harold Falort of Sioux Falls, S. D., accompanied the RinggenbergS' home Thursday and remained over night. Mr, and Mrs, C. A. Geilenfeld visited their daughter and son- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Marion Donohue at Forest City last week Sunday. Mr. Geilenfeld remained for the day only, but Mrs. Geilenfeld was there till the middle of the week. Mr. end Mrs. Harry Greenberg spent last weekend* at Topeka, Kans., with Mrs. Greenberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'David J^ August. Rev.. Gilbert Kuyper had charge of evening worship services Sunday at the Reformed church north of Titonka in Ramsey township. The pastor was conducting a' graduation service at a former charge. Mrs. Ed Fosnsugh concluded a visit of a. week Saturday and returned from Bancroft, where she had been with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schafer. Alhrrt Fosnsugh, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Fosnau«h. returned to school last week following his sickness with chicken pox. His sister Nancy Jean, 3, now has them. Mrs. .James Shroyer and little drughtcr returned to Vincennes, Ind., last week Tuesday after two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gal- hraith had as guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. John Capsel, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bova. and Mrs. P. Warren of Chicago. 111., who, after spending half of the day here, went to Winnebago, Minn., to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Powers of Des Moines and the hitter's aunt Mrs. A. L. Fromme of Pasadena, Calif., who is making an extended visit with the Powers. Jimmy, son of Mr. and Mrs Hoyt Rancy and'grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney, had a tonsillectomy Friday at the Kossuth hospital. Cut Weeds and Ta!! Grass Quicker! •' "•' - - *? r \ H" ' •-.'•:-,.'' with oljf, JAR|POWER MOWER Mr. ftftd Mti. AlMti had as , diBfter*' fiu&fe evening Mr. &hd Mfs.ift. E/ and Son Bill, Cedflf fUjpids; were ohroute to Siouk S. D., to visit Mr. Weir'ai . He is a branch eftgifiter. fof'the ChetryBurrell cofhjpany with which Mr. Oranzow is also erfi- ployed. Mrs. H. E. Morgan «ni«f*e! • hospital, at Minneapolis, Mifffi., Monday to undergo surgery for the removal of a cataract on hfef eye. Mr. Mor-gafi will fefnflJfi With his daughter and soh*ifl* law, Mr. and Mrs. Willis CottOft, during his wife's sojourn at the hospital. Mrs. Bob LlShty, to* itttfot Donna Jean WaldroH, came frOfn Chicago, 111., last Week to ,be present at the .graduation of heif brother Gary. Frtday the Wald- rohs and Mrs. Lichty v/ent . to Ames to meet Mr. Lichty, who carno from Chicago :fof a few days visit and to acdorripahy his wife home. ..'...•• \ Mr. and Mrs. Paul James had as guest from Friday till Sunday Ivola James of DCS Moiiies ( sister of Mr. James .and Luene James. She formerly attended high school here and is employed as a clerk-typist with a Ccs Moinos business firm. ; Weekend guests of Mr. atid Mrs. Wendell Jensen were , the latter's mother and brother, Mrs. Ncls Lauritzon and ' Ernest of Armstrong, ' Mr. and M«; Clifford Johnson and Larry, and. Mr, 'and-' -MfSi Donald Bonncttc went to'Spirit Lake Saturday for some' Wishing and returned Sunday aftcrhbon, Mrs. K. V. Hill, Kay Jbyce nnd Jerry,, came frtim-Lbs Angeles, Calif.; Friday and. .will ire- main until the opening of school with her mother and her 'husband, ,Mr. arid Mrs. R. A, Jphri- son. Mrs. ; Hill - is the 1 forrner Peggy Hedrick. Caf6l . arid Patricia, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lcs Kenyon arc having a siege of chicken pox. 6. W. Lusby has been at Lake Mills the past week assisting at thp Stonsrud drug- store. It is a little uncertain how long he will be there. Last winter he re- fponded to a request -for aid when a pharmacist was needed find this call there was somewhat of an emergency also. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hester of Enrlham, sister and 'brother-in- law of Mrs. Roy Hutzell,. Thursday, came to attend the graduation of the HutzelPs son, Fred. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Riddle took their daughter Janice, 6. to Ames, Saturday, to leave for Los Angeles, Calif,, for a visit of a month with her .grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. *'Jess Riddle, who will return with her. Sherry Spear, had a ionsillec- tomy at the General hospital, Friday, and remained there overnight. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen returned Friday from Sioux City, where they had spent a week with Mrs. C. C. Fowler, mother of Mrs. Jensen. Mr. end Mrs. Beecher Lane had as guests from Thursday till Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Irl Lane of Manchester, parents of Mr. Lane, nnd Mrs. Bernard Lane and son Coy of Farley, sister-in-law and nephew of Mr. Lane, who had come to attend the graduation of Gloria Lane. Tony Schmidt, accompanied by a representative of the Arnold Motor Supply companies, returned Sunday from a week's trip to Cleveland, Ohio, and Havertown, Ind., where a meeting was held at both locations. Mrs. Eugene Meyers is a patient at the University hospital, Iowa City, where she had major surgery last week Tuesday. She is getting along nicely. Mrs. Maty Buftnger relumed Thursday from West Bcnd.wherc she had visited friends, and prior to this she has been at Rodman attending graduation of her granddaughter Leeann Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall have as, guests Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Stolt of Lebannon, Mo., parents of Mrs. Immerfall. They arrived Saturday and will remain till this mid-week. Mrs. Immerfall spent Friday with Mrs. Paul plson at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herrig had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Molley and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tuberty., Tom and John of Albert Lea, Minn. The TOWNSEND CLUB Special 500 card party in the home of Mrs. Cora Holdren, 510 N. Jones St., Thursday evening, May 27th at 8:00. Members come and bring guests. Public is wecome. Tuesday, May 2S, 1948 . " '' ; v>r< J ' VVi I*' ' ^ "y &*! Algona Uppef Oat Melft«i-« Molloys are parents of Mrs. Herrig and the Tubertys arc', her uncle and aunt. 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