The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 11
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;|nrto Wester of We$tey - Bride in New York, 3 9th ., we^ley—Anna Wester. daugh-1 ' >•'•- ~' rm " •-—--- •••- > • • ter of Mr. afid Mrs. Efriil Westef.' and hep sfster, Mr's, frank Hoi- wad friarrlod ffatnrrfnv morning man. < * .. — •••"•• "•« vjaiu , June 19, to Charlie beRoas at the ftec dry of St. Helena at . 1 Hc ! 5 assistant rtiart- agei-'of the Stauffer Restaurants find his wife has been employed as dietitian for the same firm lor two years. The youn couple are in Florida ahd $,•** !• 4t t honeymooning Cuba and plan to visffher par" cnts hofe in a month. A Trails* Camp Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baker of nc«3 Mollies and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Maddy of Albia are living in their trailer. houses, which arc Md in the Curtis Senskin *, yard, The men and three" other men are with the Wright Tree Service Co. ahrf are trimming trees around , town for the Central States Electric Co. C..&. A. Met Wednesday The C. D. A. held its regular meeting Wednesday evening. It was decided to meet once in July snd in August. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, July pi, * Following the meeting 500 was .played, With Mrs. August Studer winning high score prize. Marj°- n ? LicktfJg, Ibvv «;score- prize, and Mrs. Tom ,Forburger lucky chair prize. Enlisted in Army V Averv Mullin and Leroy Seiler have enlisted in the Army Air Corps. Avery has resigned As ^ Second man at the creamery, ffeective on July I. Jadt Worsley of Clea been at his maternal gr ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver 1 Lake has •aftdpar- Young, — • .*' . «» 1M *» A * o. \_aivci I uuiiKi While his 1 parents, the ted Wors- leys, are 'on a business trip to •Arizona. J- P. StUder t Matt Becker and J6hn 'Kichler fished in Minnesota waters several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gfeorgo' Cihk spent Monday arid Tuesday of last week at the homo of "thcii- fon Louis Cirvk, near ' Buffalo Center, while the latter attended a funeral at Dubuqtrtjv Mark, son of Mr.: and Mrs. Reese Martin, had a> birthday party on Tuesday, June 2&. He Mr., and Mrs. Ray . Williamson and two daughters were in Boone on business Wednesday. Her parents, Mr. ahd,Mrs. E. C. Hoeser, and her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Coonrod and three children, Jackson Minn., were here several days days week. Tommy and Carol Ann Williamson returned with them for' a ten-day visit. Mrs. Tom Forburger, her sister Mrs. Sylvester Carman, and their brother, John Bleich, of Britt wefft to Rochester, Minn., Tues- ciav for medical treatment. Mrs. Leo Bleich and her mother, Mrs. John Smith, were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary society on Wednesday afternoon. Peter Lickteig left for his home . ~ at Cresco Wednesday. He had visited relatives here for several days, following his return fcem Clvde.'-.Mo, : Phyllis Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smith, of Otho visited at the Lawrence Smith home last week. . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence BUrge- son and daughter Janet, St. Olof, visited at the Curtis Benskin and Ernest Hutchinson homes last week. Mrs. Burgeson is a sister of Mrs. Benskin an,d 8 -Mn Hutch* " inson. • '•• -'• • * Mrs, Luke YOungwirth, MF£ Dick May and Mary Youngwith visited relatives at Marshalltown Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. TUlie Loebit? accompanied • them down and she visited her brother John Jacobs. John Youngwirth returned home with them. Father John Roskopf of Water- lop and ;his uncle, Mike Roskopf of MarshallteCwn, visited the latter's sister, 'Mrs. Rose Laux and other relatives here Tuesday. Oh Wednesday they went to Bancroft to visit his sister,.Mrs. Clara Balz. From there they went to Webster City to see his brother Henry Roskopf. Mr. and Mrs. John Weig sperit the June 20 weekend at Ackley visiting her brother Clem Puls , seven vears old. Mr. and Mrs. Emir Wester, Mrs. Leila Jordan and Alan visited the Emil Christensen family at Humboldt, Sunday. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer and three children left Sunday for a ten- day visit with her sister, 'Mrs. Dan Schmidt at Traer. .Judy Pfeffer observed her 8th birthday. Thursday ahd entertained 15 girls at her home. Following an afternoon of /games Mrs. Pfeffer served s a delicious lunch. Invitations have been received by friends and relatives here for a post-nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Clair Priester Hildmah, on Wednesday evening, June 30, at the Academy hall at Whittemore. Duarte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink of Woden, visited last week A j he £ enr y Haverly home and AUdra Haverly visited at the Cink home. May Smith, is a daughter rff late A. Q. Smith ahd, wife, n pioneers of thjs Vicinity, ttela>- tives from Lakota wh'o attended were Mrs. Emma Smith and daughter, Mrs. >B6b Clemens, aftd two children, of Boorte. Dtto Koppen, the Wayne Koppetis, the Orville Roppejis, the Edward Hagpes. Mrs. Emory Smith and son Allan, Mf. and Mrs. Roy Farrington of Cedar Falls, all of whom left early Tuesday rWicftn- mg and returned OH Wednesday night. The Gleiters were given a large purse of 'money. Lakofans Go To Oolden Wedding in So. Dakota Lakota — Mr. and Mrs. G.us Gleinter of Toronto, S. D celebrated their Golden Wedding last week Tuesday, June 22,-at the home of a daughter, with: 59 relatives present for the-dinner. In the afternoon 100 friends called with congratulations 'in dpite ol an all-day rain. Mrs.-Gleiter", nee Lakata Pauline Miller, Lakota, went to Grinnetl college campus, where she was a citizen in the 1B48 Hawkeye tJirls' .State, June 2026. Pauline has been librarian at the Lakotu school for two years. Mr. and', Mrs, Harry Mussman drove to Riceville, la,,' Suriday, whern they attended a reunion of the Musstnan ahd BlosS families. , Mesdanles Nettie Keister-, Harold Keister, Charles Anderson Jjnd Rozanne Keister of El more and Mrs. Harry Mussman attended the Stevenson family reunion at Greenwood "Park in Eagle Grove, .Thursday. This is the family of Mrs. Nettie K'eistei'. Charles Lewis, his son Thomas ahd daughter Charlotte, and hus- battd, Mr. ahd Mrs. Art Sorenson of Glendale, Calif., spent last week Monday afternoon and Tuesday visiting at the -Fi'ed Schroeders. Other visitors 'at. the same .. place '.Were two .other daughter Of Mr. Lewis,/: Mrs.' Ql- ive Reid and 'children; •• Algbna,' asnd Mrs,:Arlene 'Sparks, and 'children, Blue. Earth. The visitors from Calif ornia.|left • f or home on Wednesday, Mrs. Hiimer Manstin is the employe in the C. ft. Sffifth Company stofe and Began* duties last week Monday: Hahsoft is fflJiftg the ' ¥ left When Artna B^Ummatt signed ana began work at Larsoh Produce company, t Watburlon, KlmOfe,,was fe- the , a caller last week WeiifiesdiSy at the home of his uncle, J. H. War- b'Ufton. Kenneth Bargar took ijUS 1 Tof- iHe to Park hospital in Mjjs8h nitv for a check-Up last w'68k .Wednesday. Mrs> Robert Anderson arid little daitghter, Des Moirtes, have been visiting at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ffed Schroedef; Mi\ Anderson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Marcug Rippentrop here from Des Moines on Saturday artd his family ae- cbftiBanled them home SuMddy, | ' Albert Rosehau has been Cbh- fined to his bed With pneuftlbhia but is somewhat improved, Mrs.' RoSenau is also sick in bed and one son* Herbert, has been in ah Algona hospital for some tittle. ' Alvih and Lloyd Rosenau "-are caring fur their parents. ^he Rev, and Mrs. 'E. H: m'-trhman attended the, annual HE 'tert family reunion :at the Be itist .Assembly Grounds in Iowa Falls, last week. I The Ralph Powers of New York Came last Week Tuesday v to spend their vacation with Ralph's parents and brother, SteVe Powers Sr., and Steve Powers Jr. "Mr. and Mrs. A, C.,.Schissel attended the wedding of J.oyde Sterling, Algona. a cousin of Mr. Schispel, And Elaine Nelson Of TacoMa, Wash., at the,Methodilt church in Algona, last week Monday. Mrs. Amelia Koppen is visiting two of her daughters, Mrs. M. J. Mehl and Mrs. Clarence Bwen- son, Albert Lea, Miftfl, tlfo Raymond Smiths spent last week vacationing at Spirit Lake, doing some fishing. _J3ei-nadine GerSSema left a week ago Friday for Ames for a couple of weeks htay at D'r. and Mrs. Maynqrd trkcna's.' Herman Schrneder is taking treatment at a hospital in Rochester, Minn. Clarence Koppen and farriily of Norfolk, Virginia, are visiting relatives here and at Hampton. 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