The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
Page 12
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Upper Des Maine* j June 1, 194§ lone Rock Men Home After A Trip To Canada Lone ttaek — Ornie Behrends, Ralph Bierstedl, Eldon Marlow «md Gerald Hutchinson returned Tuesday night from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Art Priebe Art Luedtke, Alton Pcttit and A. L. Cotton returned Thursday afternoon from a fishing trip about •50 miles northwest of Dryden. .Canada. They wore gone around *two weeks. Teacher On Visit Miss Phyllis Bonning of IIol- stein. former teacher here, spent Thursday an.l Friday visitin;; i:i Lone Rock. Mrs. F,. A. Liv entertained Mrs. W. G. Fl;ii». Miss Joan Flaig, Mis. Hoijo;- Jensen. Mrs. Ronald Chi istenson, Mrs. A. A. Kruegcr, Mrs. Virginia Eit<ler of Fenton and Miss Bonnir.R at her home in hom., or Miss Benning, Thursday evening. Mite Society To Meet The Lone Kcick Ladies Mite Society will meet Thursday afternoon, June :!. at tin- church parlors, with :i pot lurk lunch. The program will be Bible study Mr. and Mrs. and family spent ening at thp Gey, hcrne at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. \V;ir son and son spent W; ening at the Bob I In Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. I,. spent Wednesday e\•< Eldon Warnke homo Mr. and Mrs. P. M. and Mervin. Markta Of Puelllfl. ('"I'!., so-' evening. May "i). 'aI Godden honi" i,";,: They spent \Ve,-m>v, nome of Mi-s ("m ist<-: Frank Meyer-; Wednesday ev- I'l Hmchm.snn •n er Mr. and Mrs. A. F. &rueger at Fairmont, Minn. Rev. ahd Mrs. L. Kingma and Paul were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the P. M. Christenson home, Mr. and Mrs. Christenson and Merviri and Marieta spent Thursday evening visiting Mr. Christensoh's sistfr Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen at Ringsted. Louise Godden of Seneca spent Thursday visiting the Christenson's. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Nelson of Battle Creek spent Saturday and Sunday visiting a coUsin, Lawrence Dittmer, and family. R. T. Angus and Grace, Mr*. Doling- Angus of Burl, Mrs. Lawrence Liitlmer attended the funeral of the nurse who took care of their mother last fall, Mrs. Lettie Findlayson at the Buffalo Center Congregational church, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marian Marlow and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Kissnor and family of Burl, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stow and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Whalen and •lack Whalen and friend of Dolliver were all Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Lyle Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Soderquist of Waukegan, 111., came Thursday ni.nlit to visit the parental Wm. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and daughter of lUirt spent Thursday evening there. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards loft Wednesday to attend the funeral of her cousin. Rio Miner at Fairmont. Minn., and the burial at Brooki'njis. S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Person and Howard of Swea City spent Thursday evening visiting the \alph and LaVcrne HamimTstrom homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ralyh Ham- nici strom and Judy left Friday '" spend the weekend at the 'ioni(? of her mother. Mrs. Nita liost at St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Si'Inui nrmmerstrom is spending Mp'fJ 1 I S sa v » ^illl, i M® ifiiy cf Li?Verne For the RepyMican Nomination for YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED Republican Candidate For Member Kossuth County, Iowa, and American Bar Associations • LLB Drake University Veteran of nearly Five Years Service in World War II Married, Family of Two Children Seeking Public Office for the First Time the weekend at the Mllo fione- bi-akfe hotae at Truman, Mitln, Mrs. Alie<* Blerle received Word that she became the grandmother of two grandchildren twice in one day. Word was received from her daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koryn 6f Castieton, N. Y., that they became the parents of » baby daughter weighing 9 Ibs. which was born Moh- day, May 24, and word was also received the same day from her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer of Algona that they became the parents of a son David Roger, weighing 8 Ibs., at the General hospital in Algoha Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Koryh have another daughter, and this is the first child for Mr. and Mrs. Palmer. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and Willis, Linda Cooke spent Sunday at the ; home of a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peters at LuVerne. Bobby Olson of Britt spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Holmgren. They spent Sunday afternoon at Ruthven visiting Mr. Holmgren's sister Mrs. Seth Hovey. They spent Monday evening at the Frank Olson home at Britt. Mrs. Alfred Schenck and son and her mother spent Thursday afternoon at the Everett Hanna home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Woods became the proud parents of a baby daughter weighing 6 Ibs. 15 oz. which was born Tuesday. May 25 at Emmetsburg. The little miss has- been named Mary Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Miller and family oi Lakota, her sister and daughter spent Thursday evening at the Joe Miller home. James Meade of Joliet, 111., came Thursday morning to spend a week visiting the Joe Miller home. J. M. Blanchard Sr. spent Wednesday visiting a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Chester Aline at Ottosen. Mrs. Blanchard returned home with him after a few days visit there. A granddaughter Shirley Alme, also returned home with them for a visit. Mrs. Dorothy Howe and Dennis jf Emmetsburg spent Friday visiting the parental Geo. Pettit home. Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mrs. Lillie Thompson and Neva, Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Fred Flaig were among those to attend the show- 21- in honor of Helen Long at the 3t. John's Ijall at Bancroft Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace DeMarsc jf Wauseka, 111., came Monday to ;pend a few clays visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'John Behrends. Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl spent Thursday afternoon visiting Fritz Meyer at Whittemore, who is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichten- iahy, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wich- .tmdahl, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wk-h- endahl and families spent Sun- lay evening visiting Mr. and VIrs. Tom Fickbahm at Forest •nty. . H. E. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Cotton attended the funeral >f Dr. Tribon at Algona Thursday. Wesleyans At Commencement Waldorf College Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lease and Rosalie Alne attended the baccalaurate sermon 'ianS graduation exercises at Waldorf collage, forest City, Sunday. Rosalie returned home with her brother Irving Alne, a student there, and Leases went on to HanlontoWn 'to attend a Gesme family reunion at the Marion Hall home. Gollners Go Fishing . Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gollner left Wednesday on a fishing trip to -Wisconsin. Enroute they -attended an oil meeting at Waterloo. Here For Weekend Vera Lawler of Minneapolis spent the holiday weekend at the home of her sister Mrs. Vincent Daughn and family. The ladies' father Charles Lawler, also of Minneapolis, is spending this week at the Lawler home. Back From Souih Dakota Mrs. Antoinette Lorenz and Teresa returned home Tuesday from Farmer, S. D,, where they, had visited their daughter and sister Sister Mary Joel, .who teaches there. On Wednesday evening Sister Mary Joel visited her r olks here brio/jy as she passed through on the Milwaukee train cnroute to the convent at Milwaukee. She had completed her third year of teaching at Farmer. C: D. 6f A. Meets Mrs. Joe Goetz and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. The C. D. A. met that evening and played the corn game after the business meeting. Guests Al Leo Young's Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jarvis and two children were evening supper guests at the Leo Young home at Garner on Sunday, May Baptized May 23 The infant daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hauptman, May 10, was baptized in St. Jos- eph's'Catholic church by Rev.'L. N. Klein on Sunday, May 23 and named Marilyn Ann. Mrs. Jim Haverly and Ray Otis, aunt and uncle of tho baby were sponsors. Mrs. Viola Studer left Friday morning for a visit wtih relatives at Iowa City, Davenport and Clrundy Center. Her mother, Mrs. Jennie Luken of Colman, accompanied her. . _ -,,-». , Mrs... Eunice-Nelsojj „' >v;ent' : •"'# "Clear Lake We'dnesclay to aft'e^fi the graduation of her granddaughter Vernelda, a daughter of • •"''. '.• KI'. , • I; I, ' ' • * • I help farmers to farm FASTER r I'll show you how to farm faster . . . and better, too ... if you'll let Vne demonstrate a new Ford Tractor right on your farm. I'll prove that, with a Ford Tractor, you can keep gaining on your work instead of getting behind. You have no idea how much time you save with Hydraulic Touch Control of implements, new, faster 4-speed transmission and a lot of other advantages this new Ford Tractor has. And, my service is the best. So how about telling me to bring out a Tractor and put on a demonstration? There's no obligation. Munger Implement Co. BOB Sp Phillips On 169 Phone 1Q35W Algona, Iowa $6m Nelsbfl, • • <*' ' Mr. ahd Mrs. CftwUa frofetieh look their sort Ed Frodlich t6 Des Moincs TuesdftV find oH WedftfeS- day he flew to his home at Pen- sacoln, Fla. Me had ddffie by plane to attend the fUKer'ftl ttf hi^ ftepliew Lawferifie 'Ricike Jr., 18, fel Wllllaitis on Saturday, May 22, Jess Maiden of. Newton, past state commander of the American Legion, called'at the L. L.' Lease home Tuesday. L. P. Olson of Clear Lake visited last week at the home .of,his son G.'L. Olson. Holiday weekend guests at the Ralph Jarvis home were his mother Mrs. Emma Jarvis artd his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers, three daughters and one son, all from-Columbus, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dalgetty and two sons of Mason City were weekend guests at the Alf Studer home. Mrs. Dalgetty is Alf's sHs- ter, Lillian. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes and Wilma and Mr. and Mrs. George Hrubes of Britt were callers at the George Wellik home at Whittemore Tuesday, ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wellik of Earner were callers at the Will Hrubes home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes had as their 6:30 dinner guesla on Sunday, May 23, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nedvid, Mr. and Mrs. George Urubes, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Formanek, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Psot- eka, all of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. 3ob Kudge of Garner, Mr. and Mrs.. George Wellik of Whitte- nore, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer. 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