The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1967 · Page 17
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JAMES STOFFEL of the Navy and stationed at Norfolk, Va., was home on leave and with his brother, Danny, and sister Linda, came from Willmar, Minn, to see their grandfather Frank Cinkand other relatives, Including Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Robinson. MRS. HARVEY RATH went to Blue Earth Monday to see her sister, Freda Eischenberger, who Is hospitalized there. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Fred Rath, Swea City, and Mrs, Harvey Rath's daughters, Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Wm. Wegener, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and family of Lone Rock were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Weisbrod's mother, Mrs. Harvey Rath. GARY RUSK, senior at Drake, and his sister Cheryl, a freshman there, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk. DR. AND MRS. Joseph Rooney entertained at a family dinner Monday evening for Jeanette Anthe, Emmetsburg, cousin of Mrs. Rooney. MR. AND MRS. Virgil Roethler had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roman, Elmore, and Mrs. Veronica Roethler, mother of Mrs. Roman and Virgil. MR. AND MRS. Don Sherman are taking their daughter, Claudia, 16, to Rochester, Minn, for her periodic check-up. An intercom has been put in the home and school and enables her to keep up with her classes. She is improved but her ailment takes tlm.9 for complete recovery. MR. AND MRS. Ervin Gerber have returned from a three week vacation In Florida. They also enjoyed a cruise aboard the "Franca C" to Nassau and Freeport in the Grand Bahama Island. Compare at 1.39 to 1.591 On Sale For Limited Time! DACRO I MMKt\ *.-f-<s-v«*.' Xsx4*S& v 4 Hba&jt£Ui PAN ELS i««; \i i PR 6 CH LENGTHS Choice of Beige, Gold White, Pink, Bring the soft, light, airy feeling of spring into your home. 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William Geerlng have been visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black and family, Glen Ellyn, HI. Rev. Black Is pastor of a Baptist church there and had been at Spencer prior to the move to Illinois. MR. AND MRS. William Ludwig attended funeral services for Joseph Bonnstetter at West Bend last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwlg of Rodman and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ludwlg also attended with them. William Ludwig has recently returned from Park hospital, Mason City, where he had corrective surgery on a foot. MRS. FRANK MOULTON was accompanied by Mrs. O. B. Harmes to Waterloo to attend the wrestling matches. She also took the cheerleaders and they spent from Thursday till Sunday there. MR. AND MRS. August Schmidt and family and Mrs. Delbert Moore and family spent Sunday at Sioux Falls, S. D. with Mr. Moore, who suffered injuries in an auto accident some months ago which has caused the loss of use of his legs. He is being fitted with braces and in a short time will be able to get around with a walker or crutches. Later he will go to Des Moines to the rehabilitation center to learn a trade. MRS. ETHEL COLWELL has returned from Rochester, Minn., where she had major surgery a few weeks ago. She has made very good recovery. Weekend guests were her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart, Adel. MR. AND MRS. Howard Seely were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hore, Jefferson. Others there were the nephew of the Seelys, Allen Geilenfeld, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Geilenfeld, Fairmont. Allen is in the medical corps and has been stationed in Connecticut. He has been transferred to San Antonio, Tex. MR. AND MRS. Melvln Langfltt are moving Into the Leonard Maasdam apartment on West College St. The house they had occupied has been sold. DR. AND MRS. Ray Potter had as dinner guests Sunday the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miner, Humboldt. MR. AND MRS. Murl Potter, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Marlow have returned from a two week vacation In Hawaii. MR. AND MRS. Murl Potter have sold their home at 807 E. Oak St. to Mr. and Mrs. John Grandgenett who are moving In from a farm. The Potters have purchased a new home in Bell's addition and moved there Tuesday. MRS. CARRIE ST. JOHN had recent surgery at Park hospital, one for the removal of a syst from her knee and the other for an Infected finger. She had first treatment of the finger at Iowa City some time ago and a portion removed. A check-up at Mason City showed the finger is all right again but she will go to Park hospital March 14 for a routine check-up. MRS. JOHN DUTTON, who recently won a place on the Pillsbury "Bake-Off' at Los Angeles, went from there at the end of the contest and entertainment connected therewith to Seattle, Wash, for a visit with her son, George, and family. She Is expected home next week. MR. AND MRS. Albert Reid are vacationing in Hawaii, going via plane from Des Moines. While there, they went to Veterans hospital to see Albert's brother, Walter, who has been there for some tima. The Reids went on a conducted tour with a group of other couples. MR. AND MRS. A. J. Ricklefs are being visited this week by the latter's mother, Mrs. M. A. Bagge, Ames. She is a house mother there and the University is having its quarter break which enables Mrs. Bagge to be here. MRS. JOHN J. HELMERS went to Estherville Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Reiner Helmers to attend funeral services for a cousin, Neal Helmers, 68, who had been in poor health for some time. MRS. BLESS RUSK, Wilma Cooksey and Diane Smith attended a technical school of the Schulon Co. Friday at the Holiday Inn, Ft. Dodge. MR. AND MRS. Bless Rusk are leaving Saturday for Pascagoula, Miss, on a fishing trip. They expect to be gone 11 days. In this area, the catch Includes shrimp, crabs, lobsters, and bass among other kinds, the first three named being foreign to this northern locality. This location is not too far from Mr. Rusk's oldhome. MR. AND MRS. Milo Rentz and Danny spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Norman He- nevick, St. Paul. Danny, who has been on leave, left by plane from Minneaplis Monday for a camp in Washington. He will be leaving soon for Viet Nam HOSPITAL NEWS FEBRUARY 21 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sabin, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 13 oz.; admitted: Jasper C. Mawdsley, Algona, medical; dismissed: Jerome Weydert, Bode; Gary Kunkel; Algona. FEBRUARY 22 - Admitted : Jeffrey McGulre, James Mc- Gulre, Algona, T & A; Raymond Reid, Algona, surgery ; Theresa Kunkel, Livermore, medical; dismissed : Joyce Peterson, Algona ; Donald Fickbohm, Rodman. FEBRUARY 23 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kinsman, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 14 1/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Norm Christian, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Robt. Witham, LuVerne ; expired : Mrs. Rosa Borchardt, Algona. FEBRUARY 24 - Admitted: Ed Dietrich, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Ellen Norton, Rose Westling, W. H. Godden, Ivadell Christian, Algona. FEBRUARY 25 - Admitted: Mrs. Margaret Fox, Bancroft, medical ; Louis Dudding, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Ronald Sabin and baby, Raymond Reid, Algona. FEBRUARY 26 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dietrich, Whlttemore, boy, 11 Ibs., 14 oz.; - VIKING OIL CO. - APPRECIATION DAY WINNERS: • Clarence Canady, Irvington ------ 100 Gal. Gas • Ted Fuschen, Algona ............. 50 Gal. Gas • Tom Vipond, Algona .__ .......... $5.00 cash • Gustaf Haag, Algona ............. $5.00 cash • Ruth Youngwirth, Wesley .......... $5.00 ca»h • Charlie Helnen, Algona ............ $5.00 cash • Tim Vipond, Algona .............. $5.00 cash ***************************** THANK YOU We wish everyone of ovr fine friends and customers, .could have won, however, we truly appreciate everyone who stopped in to make our Appreciation Days such a fine success. ROY & THE VIKING OIL GANG Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bormann, Whlttemore, girl, 8 Ibs., 1 oz.; dismissed: RalphElbert, Algona; Theresa Kunkel, Livermore. FEBRUARY 27 - Dismissed: Mrs. Dean Kinsman and baby, Algona. Omaha, March 3. In the group are Dorene C. Funk of Algona, Vicki Uhr of Convith, and Sid C. Bamvart of West Bend. Thursday, March 2, 1967 Algeria (la.) 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