The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1968 · Page 21
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MR. AND MRS. Vic Frideres were visited one day last week by the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Don Palmer of Klemme, who were supper and evening guests. WORLD DAY of Prayer services will be held Friday, March 1, at 2 o'clock in the Episcopal Church. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp had as dinner guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Dodd of Des Moines who stopped at Clarion and brought Mrs. Dodd's mother, Mrs. Minnie Eisenberger with them. MRS. RUTH COOK plans to go to Honolulu, Hawaii about March 1 for a visit with her nephew, Maj. Dick Wheelock, his wife and family. He is in the Marine Corps and has been stationed various places. Mrs. Cook will fly both ways and has no definite time in mind for her sojourn there. Dick is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Wheelock, who will be well-remembered. John was a mail-carrier for some time and his wife was Nell Robinson, a sister of Mrs. Cook. MRS. ELVA SIMPSON is at Park Hospital, Mason City, where she had her hip set following a break suffered in a fall enroute to a W.S.C.S. meeting Thursday. MRS. BERTHA SPEAR, Mrs. Betty Galbraith and Mrs. Delia McKee went to Belmond Thursday to see Mrs. Lloyd Pool of Renwick, who is in the hospital following recent surgery. The Pools are well-known former Algonans. MRS. ESTHER BARTON returned Saturday from a visit of a week at Sarasota, Fla., with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. .and Mrs. J. R. Cook of Webb, who spend each winter in Florida. Mrs. Barton flew both ways. MRS. BERTHA POMMER was visited Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Ger- rit DeWaard, Titonka. MRS. DON McGUIRE went to Rochester, Minn. Sunday and entered a hospital there and will have surgery early in the week for varicose veins. MR. AND MRS. Leo Gardner were visited Sunday by Mrs. Don Dolberg and Kristen and Phyllis Stockwell, Laurens; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCoy, Rickie, Bobby and Kendra, Estherville; and Joan Meyer, Minneapolis. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid. MR. AND MRS. Joe Dorweiler are parents of a daughter born Feb. 10 at Hancock Memorial Hospital, Britt. The baby weighed 8 Ibs., 13 oz. and has been named Lynda Marie. The Dor- weilers have another daughter and one son. C.D.A. WILL hold a friendship party Feb. 20 (tonight) at 7:30 at Academy Hall. Women of all churches are invited. A dessert luncheon will be served. The foreign exchange student, Ian Davison, will speak. MR. AND MRS. Herman Wise spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kouski, Des Moines. They made the acquaintance of the new granddaughter, Diane Ruth, who was born Jan. 27. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. James Bishop and Karla, Altoona. MRS. RUTH COOK, Mrs. Fern Foster, Mrs. Frank Calvo, Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew, and Audrey Frye went to Mason City Friday to spend the day with Mrs. Ann Hanson and her daughter, Mrs. Pauline Mortensen, whose husband Maurice was killed in an accident at his place of work recently. Having been unable to attend services, they chose this way to express their sympathy. MR. AND MRS. Leo Frideres went to Roselle, 111., and took with them their grandchildren, Debbie and Lynn McCleish, children of Mr. and Mrs. David McCleish. The mother had been hospitalized in Chicago. LEROY LAU came home a few days ago from Methodist Hospital, Des Moines, and is slowly recovering from a leg injury suffered some time ago. Treatments and surgery were necessary because the area was not healing properly. He i? under a local doctor's care now, but in a month will have a checMp at Dee Moines. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiniwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii HOSPITAL NEWS FEB. 8- Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Schealler, Burt, boy, 8 Ibs., 7 1/2 oz.; admitted: Alan Harms, Britt, medical; Walter Goche, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Katherine Capesius, Algona. FEB. 9-Admitted: Alfred A. Anderson, Algona, medical; Chris Gales, Irvington, fracture; dismissed: Robert Scaar, Delbert Moore, Algona; Walter Fuoss, Mrs. Lucy Besch, Whittemore; Andrew Yoch, West Bend FEB. 10-Admitted: Mrs. Anna Berte, Bode, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Anna Muller, Frederick Bierstedt, Whitte- Algono (la.) Upper Dftft Maine*-? W*dn»»da y , Feb. 41, 1968 more; Mrs. Mary Kain, Algona. FEB. 11 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wagner, Algona, girl, 9 Ibs., 7 1/2 oz.; admitted: Walter Fuoss, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Delbert Schealler and baby, Burt; Miss Dora Currier, Algona; Clarence Ackerson, Wesley; Alan Harms, Britt. FEB. 12 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Devine, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 12 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Parsons, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 12 oz.; admitted: Mrs. .Angeline Gustin, Algona, medical; Wayne Patterson, Irvington, medical; dismissed: Robert Dransfeldt, Algona. FEB. 13-Admitted: Mrs.El- va Simpson, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Patricia Berninghaus, Algona. 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