The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 2
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2-Algona (lo.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, D«e. 7, 1967 retired farmer. Fr. Reynold J. Sigwarth offered the requiem mass. Burial was atSt. Joseph's Cemetery at Wesley. Frank Charles Spangler was born to Fred and Margaret Kenninger Spangler near Garner December 23, 1892. Hegrewupand received his education at Wesley. He was united in marriage to Lorraine Doughan at Britt in 1918. The couple farmed most of their entire life northwest of Britt until Mr. Spangler's health failed 15 years ago. He wascon- Former Wesley Man Passes, Nora Springs WESLEY - Funeral services were held in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Britt, Nov. 29 for Frank Spangler, 76, well-known #*##**#****************************** fined to hospitals and a retirement home much of the time. Early Saturday morning he died at a Nora Springs retirement home where he has reside'd for several years. Mr. Spangler was preceded in death by his wife; his parents; two brothers, Joseph and Edward; three sisters, Mrs. Ann Simper, Mrs. Mary Steil and Mrs. Lena Tree. He is survived by two brothers, William, Britt, and John, Janesville, Minn.; three sisters, Mrs. Joe CTillie)Friedman; Mrs. Theodore (Margaret) Potthoff, Carroll; and Mrs. Fred (Josephine) Korte, Britt. - o - Grace Kouba of Algona, former Wesleyan, moved lately to Tacoma Park, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D. C. Her sister, Mrs. Bessie Van Costing and family live there. Miss Kouba and Mrs. Kate Flom made a trip to Washington, D. C., early last month. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen spent several days over the Thanksgiving weekend in Madison, Wise., with their daughter THIS MUST BE THE PLACE FOR A VALUE-LADEN your c Bum l/wwG ~ FURNIWM FURNITURE With A KROEHLER DECORATOR SOFA IN FINE FABRICS I'riri'd flr;isii<-;illy low for surh hitfh qunlity! Deluxe- Polyurethane foam cushioning makes fiich (>nc supci hlv romfortablu. 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Mrs. Becker spent Sunday to Wednesday with another daughter, Mrs. Allan Vaske and family at Bancroft. Mrs. Vaske and her mother took a load of high school students from Bancroft to Decorah Sunday where the choral group attended a musical program at the college. Mrs. Becker visited another daughter and family, the Greg Augustines. Mrs. L. T. Root entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening in Al's Lounge. Mrs. Elmer Doughan was a guest. Mrs. Tom Forburger won high prize* Mrs. Len Arndorfer will have the next party. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Carlson report a new grandson born Nov. 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carlson of rural Britt in Hancock Memorial Hospital. The baby has been named Ronald Jay and is the first child for the young couple. The new mother is the former Barbara Keepon. Her mother from Phoenix, Ariz., is spending several weeks with them. Tom Molanphy of Winfield spent the weekend in the home of his sister, the Jay Carlsons. He had visited relatives in Des Moines, Algona and Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Loss left Saturday for Colorado Springs, Colo., where they plan to spend a week with the Tommy Forbur- gers. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Loss entertained their 500 club Nov. 29. Prize winners were Mrs. LeRoy Grandgenett, Mrs. Mike Vitzthum, Mike Vitzthum and Franklin Bode. Other couples in the club are John Youngwirths and Vern Olsons. Franklin Bodes will have the next party. Mrs. Gladine Miller, Mrs. Clarence Dornbier, and Mrs. Dale Dornbier attended a party Wednesday evening at the Gary Hejlik home at Garner. Ray Hansen had major surgery in Methodist Hospital, Rochester, Minn., Nov. 28. Mrs. Kate Flom accompanied her son Roger and wife of Cedar 4 'Rapids to Denver, Colo., where they spent the Thanksgiving week end with their daughter Mrs. Viola Studer entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. John Bauer, Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert were guests. Mrs. Geo. 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