The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1967 · Page 3
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MRS. AMY JOHNSON was visited Monday by her nephew and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Elman, Montgomery, Minn. MRS. HAZEL LUSBY accompanied Loverne Johnson to Marion for a weekend visit at the tatter's relatives. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Diekoff spent last weekend at Nashua, Spillville and Prairie Du Chien, Wise. They went through the Villa Louis, a restored mansion of a fur dealer who established a home of great luxury and of public interest. MRS. ERNEST EGEL has recently returned from Iowa City where she has periodic checkups on a hip which was operated on several years ago. It remains in excellent condition, but was a somewhat unusual case, hence the check-up each year. MR. AND MRS. Ernest Egel were visited Thursday and over night by Mr. and Mrs. George Heaton and brother Wilbur, Deadwood, S. D. The Heatons lived here some years ago and Mr. Heaton established the hemp plants here and at Britt and other areas nearby. MRS. CATHERINE Fisch has returned from a two-week visit at Colorado Springs, Colo, with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Putzstuck. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laubenthal also visited the Putzstucks a few weeks previously. DORA MITCHELL was a guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mallory, Hampton, over the weekend. MRS. CHRIS JOHNSON, former Algonan who with her late husband moved to Atlantic some time previous to his death to be near relatives, has been troubled with arthritis in her back to the extent she was hospitalized a short time and now has therapy. Mr. Johnson was a well-known carpenter. MRS. WESLEY Bartlett new from Ft. Dodge Friday to Chicago where she joined her husband who was there on affairs connected with Kiwanis Club. MRS. MILTON DAHL has returned from a visit of a few days at Rock Rapids with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson. LEE HOPKINS came home Thursday with his sisters, Mrs. Marie Hawcott and Bess Hopkins, from the Veterans Hospital, Des Moines. He underwent major surgery several weeks ago and has made excellent recovery. MR, AND MRS. Herman Funk have recently been visited by their daughter Florence of Chicago. Other guests were their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Raymond Funk, Ft Bragg, Calif., who accompanied Mr, and Mrs. Percy Phillips. The Phillips visited Mrs, Hazel Sabin. The women are sisters. MR. AND MRS. Merle Sheldon, Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Beck, Waterloo spent from Thursday to Saturday visiting Mrs, Margaret Lynch. Mrs. Sheldon is a niece and Mrs. Beck is a sister of Mrs. Lynch, Miss O'Donnell Of Lone Rock Plans To Wed 1A7 At IIItllAmil Tuesd °y' Oet - 17 > 1W7 Algous (lo.) Upper P«« Moin««-3 Women's League Rally & Election The Algona Zone Lutheran Women's Missionary League held its fall rally Sept. 27 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. One hundred and sixty-seven attended. Opening devotions were led by Rev. Paul Sohn of Algona. Mrs. Eugene Meyer, zone president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Mueller of Lu- Verne, delegate to the International convention held in Washington, D. C. this summer, reported briefly on the convention. Mrs. Elmer Jante, zone Christian Growth chairman, led the devotional reading. Rev. Frank Koepke of Burlington, former missionary to Japan, was the main speaker. He spoke and showed slides. The officers re-elected are as follows: president, Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Burt; vice president, Mrs. Orville Kressin, Lone Rock; treasurer, Mrs. James Bierstedt, Whittemore; and secretary, Mrs. Lorimer Bjorklund, Swea City. They were installed by Rev. Arnold Vehling, pastoral advisor. He also led the closing devotions. REUNION Emil Furler of Van Home and his brother, Paul Furler of Luzern, Switzerland had their first visit in 65 years last month when Paul was in Iowa on a trip to the U.S. Emil had come to this country when Paul was only seven years old and this was their first reunion since that time. KATHY O'DONNELL B. L. O'Donnell, Lone Rock, announces the engagement of his daughter, Kathy, to John Nemmers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nemmers, Bancroft. The bride-to-be is a 1964 graduate of St. John's High School, Bancroft, and is employed by Directory Service Co., Algona. Mr. Nemmers is a 1963 graduate of St. John's High School and has completed two years active duty in the U. S. Naval Air Reserve. A November 18 wedding is planned. MR. AND MRS. Fred Freese, El Paso, Texas, have been house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schoby. Mr. Freese is a government employee and associated with the missiles projects at White Sands, New Mex. Mrs. Freese is the former Beth Annis, well-known Algonan. MR. AND MRS. Ted Fuchsen were visited last week by Mrs. Cele Wasson and Ed Dermody, Kankakee, HI. Thursday, accompanied by Sister M. Gervace, LaCrosse, Wise., the visitors and Mr. and Mrs. Fuchsen went to Redwood Falls, Minn, and visited Mrs. Trace Dording and family and at Raymond, Minn., they visited Mrs. Mary Elbert. Mrs. Elbert, Mrs. Dording and Sister Gervace are sisters and aunts of Mr. Fuchsen and Mrs. Wasson. MRS. M. G. BOURNE, Mrs. D. E. Dewel, Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. Wade Sullivan have returned from Wisconsin where they were guests of Mrs. Luke Linnan at • their summer home Lac Court Oreille, They described the coloring as "gorgeous." The group visited the Mt. Telemark ski slope and the famous resort "Garmisch, U.S.A." near Cable, Wise., a replica of a Bavarian resort. They also witnessed harvesting of cranberries at a cranberry bog and made other trips to various points of interest. HONOREES Dr. and Mrs. Henry G. 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