The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 15, 1948
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Upper Dai Main** Tuesday, June 15, 1<>4d Ms. W. H. $Ha?£ entered Kah- ICT hospital, Rochester, Minn., Monday, for major surgery. A. L. Long Mftt Mfinda^ for Mason City, where he efitfered the Park hospital for minor sur- Madsen of Eagle last Thursday to gery. Kalherine Grove came spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. Helen Johnson, who is attending slimmer school at Indianola, was a guest at the Gus Sjogi'ens last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and children are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Officer Sr., B'urt. Lillian Granzow, who leaches at Denison, is here to spefid the summer with her mother, Mrs. Sophia Gran/ow. Mr. and Mrs.- LeRoy Ditsworth drove to Fort Dodge, Wednesday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt, parents of Mrs. Ditsworth. Mrs. Emma Hossellon mother of Mrs. W. R. Clawson, came from Eagle Grove, Thursday, and will remain for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Casey visited the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joflin Bock at LuVerne last week Sunday. Wm. Dodds Jr. and Peter Arend drove to Des Moines last Saturday and visited Peter Erpelding at the Iowa Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Guilder had as guests one clay last week Mr. and Mrs. Marold Tripp of Ames. Mrs. Tripp is a cousin of Mr. Guncler. The Rev. and Mrs. Emil Benzon, had their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Anderson of St. Peter, Minn., as visitors, last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins spent Thursday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby at their Clear Lake cottage. Mrs. John T. McGuire and had as over-night guest last week E. B. Ctriswold of Des Moines, who was eriroute to his cottage at Park Rapids, Minn., for the summer. He is the husband of the late cousin of Mrs. Anderson. Don Deal, 86% o'f Mrs. Cells Deal, and Albert Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Richardson, left Sunday for Mexico and will spend their vacation there and at other points in the south. They are making the trip by motor. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Combs had as guests from June 1 till last week Tuesday their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gene Combs and Candyce of Big Springs, Tex., and their daughter Katherine of Siloam Springs, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. W. have as guests this S. Windell week their men are brothers of Mrs. Collins. Mr, and Mrs, tfttfft 8&Wifl had as guests last w<&k from Thurs*day Wfi'til Sunday tHeir daughter and srdh-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ban wart arfd Salable of Iowa City. Hffrold Is a dental student and has two more years before completion of his course. Mf. and Mrs. Edward Green had as guests Saturday the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ' MeftzV Hes Moines. After a fe.w hours visit here, they went to Wesley to Visit Mi*, and MHS. Henry Mertz, brother und sister-in-law 'of Ralph. Algofifl friends will be interested to know that Paul Dansb'n is again in the United States, having arrived a couple of weeks ago in San Francisco from Korea where he Was stationed for t\Vo years. While Paul was in.Korea the family Pemaihcd in the Str\'es. Mrs. Leona Rath and hef daughter Lenore recently moved here from Riverside. They have ah apartment Green's. Both her daughter at Mrs. Almira Mrs. Rath and have had the Marilyn left ver to meet Thursday for Den- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will, who will return with them to Algona to spend the summer. Charles Wheeler,, who suffered a heart attack •& few weeks ago, is able to sit up a little and is gradually improving. He is living with Mr. and Mrs. Chet Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Drennan have as guest Mrs. Mae Staross- ky of Gary, Incl., mother of Mrs. Drennan. The visitor arrived Friday and plans to remain a few days. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg went to Minneapolis, Minn., to visit till Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Friedell, sister and Mother-in-law of Mrs. Greenberg. Mrs. W. G. Curtis and son Ray went to Chariton, Friday, and returned Saturday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Parker, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Loebig, Wesley, returned last week from visits with relatives at Owatonna, Minn., and various Wisconsin points. Mrs. Ed Abbas of Titonka is a medical patient at the Kossuth hospital. She has had recur- r«neo of a trouble for which she had surgery before Christmas lust year. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gollner returned lust week fiom Men- iisha, Wis.. having concluded a visit of a week with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gollner, brother and sister-in-law of Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cumpston of Des Moines. daughter and son- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dearehs, returned home last week Tuesday, having concluded nearly a week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glaser urn parents of a daughter born June 5 at the Kossuth hospital. She has been named Margaret Ann. There' are two other girls und two boys in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg have as guests their daughter and grandchildren, Mrs. Don Alt, Marilyn and Sally of Des Moines. Mr. Alt brought' them here Saturday and remained over night daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Altwogs: and family, who came Sunday from Redfield and Will remain several days while Mr. Altwegg is -on vacation. Mrs. Helen Paxson is expecting Edith Collins, a niece of her late husband J. O. Paxson, from Los Angeles, Calif., Thursday. Miss Collins, whose home is in Philadelphia, Pa., has been in the west and is stopping here en- route home. Mr. ahd Mrs. Ira Bbnnefie have had as visitor their grandson, Darrald Peterson, who is in service and stationed at Fort Knox. He had a week's furlough, most of which was spent with his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Orie Peterson, LuVerne. Bill Godden and his sister Mrs. Tom Raebun and Ann left Saturday for Des Moines, home of Mrs. Raebun, and from there Bill will go to Iowa City to attend surnmer school. They have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Egel have moved into the new house recently built by Tage Jensen on South Harriet street and purchased by them. The famih' recently moved here from Flint, Mich., and Mr. Egel is employed at Bradley Brothers. Nordean Strand, nephew of Gilbert Hargreaves, returned Thursday to his home at Lorimer after spending a week here assisting on the Hargreaves farm and visiting various relatives, among them his grandmother, Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves. Mrs. Celia Deal and her daughter Mrs. John Diem and Grctch- en took Mr. and Mrs. Clark Godden to. Des Moines, Wednesday, ;where they entrained for Corydon to spend a week with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Godden. Mrs. C. C. Adams is still a patient at the Kahler hospital in Rochester. She underwent an operation for goitre about two weeks ago and was released a week ago Sunday from the hospital, but had to return Wednesday for further treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey had as guests from Friday till Monday Mr. and Mrs. A. Vander Haeghen and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stainbrook and Glenn of Oakland, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Vander Haeghcn are parents-in-law of a daughter of the Daileys. Karen Downey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downey, left Friday for Mason City, "where she is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mi\ and Mrs. Chauncey Lund. She will also visit another uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Harms in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins, Dale and Carol, went to Patton Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frit/ a part of the day. Later they went to Churdan to visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Fritz, remaining there till evening. The mumps and as soon as Mrs. Rath is recovered she will begin work at the General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow had as recent guests the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Dittmer of Thornton. They were joined at a family dinner by Mrs. Kate Dittmer, and Josephine Dittmer, mother and sister respectively of the doctor and Mrs. Granzow. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and sons Jack and Jerry, and Clifford Skogstrom, left Sunday for Minneapolis, Minn. After a' visit there with Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lavrenz, brother and sister-Jn- Mr, and MM. clayrdh and the lalter's parents', Mrs. Albert Christeftsim returned TtWMfcy ffrtftt two and & half Xfre«Ks the Graftd Cariyoft ft Dtffrt. They al$0 tffMt Mrs. Frfificis C'hristeris'fets, Bfothet- and sistei'-in-lftW- of Mfs. Pereival, Glewood Springs, Colft. Mr, and Mrs. Waltef had as guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Edw>Td .Tfi&'rrTplo'h of 'Stanhope, bfotrfef and sister- in-law of Mrs. Friesner. Mr. Thompsoft has be'en teaching -agriculture but hftS accepted fi position as, Butler county extensibfl agent and he and his-family will be movipg to .Allison very soon. Mrs. Alma Nelson's etfctighief and son-in-law, Mi*. a'rid Mrs. A. E. Kent and childj'etV, Richard, John and Linda, came Saturday from Shadron, Neb. Monday, trie Rents, accompanied, by Mrs. Nelson, left for Brpokfiel.d, • 111,, a suburb of Chicago, to- Visit Mr. and Mrs, Hamlin IverSbfi, armth- er daughter and s6H-ih-lSw Of Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Daisy Cook mbved frdfn the Collinson house oh West State street, when the prop'erty was sold to Mr. and Mrs. HtfSsell Rents;, and for a tifrte Was. Unable to find an apartfnent. Sh'e remained with her soft a'nd 'da'ttgh- were attendants of the ebufsfe. his the oioic collegeuArnes, After, their mttrlage in Attgt!f$% fJettlt! <flp enter & sehft&l ftf iftfedftHhtr at &l, Ltrtlis, Mo., At the betJinWini! at iffe school yeifls , •>, • Mrs. Oliver TSafeken' recently returned from Rochester, Minn., where she imdeWent a rmittfte check-up. , She plans to return very soon for some minor treatment of aft eye ailment aha will be at Worrel hospital. Kenneth, son of the Bakkens, is expectea this week from California, whefe he Is a M student at,the r " of Southern: Califo'tnia ter-in-law, Cook, till Mr. and recently Mrs. when Ray she went into an apartment at Mrs. Louis Wegener's. Otis Paddock and the daughter Patsy arrived last ;<tfeek from Patck arrived last , iveek from Phoenix, Ariz., to join'Mrs. Paddock, called here by the death of her father. Dr. F. L. Tribon. Mrs. Tribon and the Paddocks expect to drive to Mountain, Wisi, this week to spend a Short,'time at law of Mrs. Dutton, they will go I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herto Cassjokc for some fishing. I man Leeftink. Mrs.vLeeftink is a Tribon daughter. Mrs. Harold Fitch arid daugh- Thev will be gone a fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wicri- man had as guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wichman'and son Kirk Randall of Des Moines, but who are living in Estherville for the summer. Saturday they were joined here by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wichman of Des Moines, parents of the men, and all went Marjorie and Joan, daughters of Mrr and Mrs. Perry Byam, left Wednesday for Sioux Rapids to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Byam. They will also visit friends at Des Moines and an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown at Grinnell, and expect to be gone a month. Mrs. Clara Dewey of Burbank, Calif., who has been visiting her brother, Will Goeders, and nephew Dennis Goeders and wife at Sexton will leave Friday for her home. She has been here the past ten days. Mrs. Dewey is a daughter of the late John 'Goeders, former well known Sexton man. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dodds Jr. had their infant daughter Linda Jane baptized last Sunday by the Rev. W. B. Bauer at St. Cecelia's church. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel were sponsors. After' the christening, the group, including the baby's six-year-old brother Dean, and Mrs. Mamie Winkel had dinner at Van's cafe. erloo erlee to to visit her.-'•sister- visit her sfs"ter and arid brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Grove. At Cedar Rapids they will visit another sister arid brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Shada. From there they will go to Bedford to visit her parents. At the end of their ten- clay visit Mr. Fitch will join them at Bedford and bring them horric. Callers at Mrs. Elsie Cady's> Sunday, were her nephew Gerald Cady and his fiancee Jean Doty, Clear Lake, who were here to attend the Joyce Sterling-Elaine Nelson wedding Monday and HIM, WlieiK University ..- frlis Is DANCE DANCE DANCE Figueroa Ballroom LIVERMORE,,JOWA, 5 ^ THURSDAY, JUNE 17 RALPH EASTON You'll say "WHAT A CAR!" When you see the NEWFORD FRIDAY JUNE 18 at Kent Motor Co. AUNT HET BY ROBERT GUILLEN "Lac|t °f education don't bother Henry. Since he got rich, he thinks he knows it all anyway". Our auto and truck mechanics have both 'education' and 'know-how 1 . They are trained in factory methods of repair. They have long experience which gives them 'know-how' on any make car. Try us now for that summer check-up your car needs! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. News Flash to Housewives! We Have the New Freezer Jars The Newest and Most Practical Container Out for Putting Up Your Home-Frozen Foods! PINT JARS QUART JARS Complete $1.75 Doz. Complete $2.25 Doz. 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