The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 8
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§-Alg6na (la,) Uppftf 5« Molnw Thuttday, April 27, Kinsey Reunion - Anniversary Here, group at the breakfast, 1ft attendance One of the few Ihings the E. S. "Duke" ICinsey family didni do (although they could have) when they held a family reunion-wedding anniversary double .feature here the weekend of April 14-16, was challenge other families in the area to a baseball game. The Kinseys would have been able .to field nine players — and have three on , the bench in reserve. The Kin-seys had all kinds of fun during that weekend. It was the j first 'time in almost 18 years that the whole crew had been together under one roof. And .they celebrated their parents' fortieth wedding anniversary and the family reunion with a round of good times— mostly in the Kinsey fami'Jy home on North Minnesdta street here. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kinsey, she's ithe former Lenora Welhelmi, were'married April 19, 1921 at Bancroft. Since that time, Duke has held public office, including the job of county auditor and ; also as a councilman in Algona, besides earing a living for his family as a salesman. He's also a former baseball pitcher; .2 The youngest of the clan, Phil, was only six weeks old when all of the Kinseys were .together the last time. So the kid's decided to do something about it. They planned the get-together, and, those not living here left 'their families at home and descended on thte Kinsey home Friday, April 14. The din of 'Chatter and fun didn'.t die •until almost three days later. . , ',y, Names and addresses of .the Kinseys, shown in the above photo;, are: front row, left to right, Dolores (Mrs. Eldon Hovey), Hampton^ Phil, at home, Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey, Tom, Ames, and 1 Elaine (Mrs. Dick Pool), Denver, Colo. In back, left ;to right, Bill, Columbus, Ohio, Dick, Gardena, Call., Bob, Buena Park, Cal., .Leah Rose (Mrs. Jack Pyburn, Canlsbad, New Mex., Jean (Mrs. Faris Miner), Algona, and Janice, Sioux City. <~ Besides their ten children Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey have 19 grandchildren. (Nels Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving) j Former Senecan Suffers Broken Neck In Mishap Seneca — Mr and Mrs Everett V'itham were called to Troy Grove, 111. Thursday, after hearing that their daughter, Mrs Ben Sloter, had been seriously injured in an automobile accident Monday, night. The accident happened whilee Mrs Sloter was driving in a snow storm. She had slowed down : due to poor vis- ability and was hit from the rear by an oncoming car. Mrs Sloter suffered a brpkon neck in the accident and is. in the Mendota Community hospital. , , Attend Shower . • • Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen and Alyce attended a linen shower at Fort Dodge Thursday evening honoring' Dorothy Petersen whose marriage to Eugene Friest of Badger will be solemnized May 28. Alyce Petersen had charge of the evening's entertainment. Mrs Garry Nickleson was a co-hostess. rist who had been suffering from a blood clot in an arm. Mrs Patterson returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen and Alyce, also Clarence Cheever of Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests at .the.Elmer Friest home at Badger. Milton Farrows AtLedyard Ledyard — About 120 guests registered at the open house held by the childrferi''6f Mr' and'Mrs Milton Farrow j in" observance of thtyf t^gfttyrfirth .we,ddinjg anniversary' April' 1C, .at. .Sacred !Heart hall here. i .ill's Lawrence Govern was in charge of the program, Mrs Ray Becker poured coffee, Mrs S. L. Powers registered the guests and Mrs Duane Murphy had charge of the gifts. . Hostesses were Mesdames Albert Weaver, S. P. Powers, S. L. Powers, J. F. Sullivan, Ted Thil- gec, Frank Rotterman, Wm. Rotterman and Hubert Govern . Hated Number I The Ledyard Barid'feceived its eighth consecutive number I rating Saturday at the State Contest for large groups held at Terril. The mixed chorus and gills.- glee club each; recpjved a, two rating. : ; • s In the contest for solos and small groups held the previous 'week 'at-' Lakfefa, 'Ledyard' eht- r^uts received 15 number I ratings. Verpoij Anderson is music First Communion • Ten children of the Sacred Heart parish received their first holy communion April 16. ? In the ceremonies preceding the mass the procession entering tho church was led by Thomai Anderson, crossbearer; two lead' ers,- Thomas pudding for the boys -and Julie Bartolo for the girls; then followed the firiR communicants, Michael Clarkei^ Joseph Gonzales, Thomas Hanken, Alan Inglett, Douglas Kollasch, Kenneth Kuchenbeckerj iu'pe Bartolo, Patricia Duddingy Carla Ehgelby and; Linda' May) Haag, pastor,' Father Montag) and two acolytes, Terry Kollasch and William Kino. ' Afteif the mass the first com municants were honored by thi 1 parish with a breakfast in tl church basement,, ».,— f , — „....,, ed' by th'e"Rosary • Society -wit AJbin Kayser of Lakota as | roan of the committee in . 1 Relatives and friends of r the Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs Carrie Jensen were Sunday dinner guests of the Ole Peder- sens. J. H. Jensen.who had been a patient at the Holy Family hospital for five days, was brought Jiouie bauuxiay evening leeiuig much better. He is now able to be up and about a little. He was visited Saturday. at the hospital by his sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Haakenstad of Garrctson, S. D. and by his nephew, wife and family, Dr and Mrs Jerry Jensen of Georgu. The Furry Jensens then went to Fenton to spend Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, the P. H. Jensens. The Biakjer Lutheran church women met Thursday afternoon Rnv. David Vigen hud charge or devotions after which Mrs Odey Cherland eonductt-d the Bible study. Mrs Henry Wilberg per- .^entcd the cause of education. Mrs Martin Wiliiori; conducted the business meeting. Hostesses were Mrs P. H. Jensen and Mrs Ted Jensen. Mr and Mrs David Engelmann and children of St. Paul spent the weekend with the Ervin Votte- lers. Mr and Mrs Gerril De Waard of Wesley and Mrs Bertha Pom:ne of Algona spent Sunday after noon at the Henry Loofis. Mr and Mis Kenneth T; o>ir son visited witii the latter's mother, Mrs Carl Hauge at for- es'. City Saturday. Mr Hauge is a patient at Mercy hospital at Mason City due to a heart condition Mrs Curtis Olson and Mrs Cleo Classun were Co-hostesses at a dinner Sunday at the Olsen home, guests being their brothers and sisters and their families. Enjoy- ini? the courtesy were Mr and Mrs Earl Stafford and Wesley, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Larson and son, Mr Ivan Larson, Mrs Mamie Eckhart, all of Mallard' Mr und Mrs Ray Goering and Sonia of Jackson, Minn, and John Orleski of Lakefield. They were Joined in Lnkefield. They were joined in Ervin Nerem and family of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Howard Preston and boys, and Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olson and family. Mr and Mrs Donald Cronk and family, accompanied by O. R. Patterson dove to Carrol Sunday where- they were met by the William Gilehrists and Mrs O. R. Patterson. Mrs Patterson h-^d been at the Gilchrist home for the past week helping care for Mrs Gilch- Check Your Spring Needs Now! 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