The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 8
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jfa{g«.JftjjM(rfy i jilwml>wJ6 ?-- Wt ,(*§\^^p^gf|; 7r-;T'*- ' v •/ Ballon spent the , Mrs. Joe Henry is al Rochester l*l*"i **i.lj.l.iiir._ o n#i i. lit « ; Minn., this week going through Weekend at Webb' with" Mr? a'ri" Mrs. J. R. Cook.. Mr. and Mrs, Art AshJon had ns guests Sunday Mr. ; and Mrs. Darold Ashton, Mankato, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Hay filaek were visited over the weekend' by Mr and 'Mrs. Charles Radcliffe, Vin- 11; .--....?•• • -. • ,-._. t . ,;.., • Mr. and Mrs. Vernort > ^Jensen find Mr. arid Mrs. Everett Anderson attended an organ recital at Estherville; recently. ' ""' Mr. and Mrs, Clau ton; : -••*. U»*M &'AAa» . wjiauue »yvmir were visited:Sunday by mPfor- mer's sisters 1 , Mrs'. Leora Lille and*Mrs. Irene Wilde, Linden. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beamish were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Holfnan Anderson, Clarion. Mrs. Evalyn McDougall, Mason City, spent the weekend here with friends. She was house guest'of Mr. and Mrs. Russell CoOk. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bird had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Nopoli, Holstein. Mr. Nopoli is a teacher in the schools tli ere. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bomgaars spent last weekend at Ashton with the former's father and sisters, W. F. Miers, Velma Miers and Mrs. Sylvia Kannegieter. Mr. and Mrs. James Blcich will be. visited a week by the former's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kellogg, Denver, Colo., who are arriving Friday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Doh McGuire were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaysej; and family, Council Bluffs, who also spent some time with the mother, Mrs.'Mary Kayser. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker and the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Newlon HieJer spent Sunday at Rolfe With Mi and Mrs. Tom Hieter. Mrs. Dorothy Reiken had major surgery Monday at University hospital, Iowa City. Mrs. W. A. Barry had as guests one day last week Nellie and Bridgie Martin, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Leone Baker was visited over the weekend by her son Harry Baker, St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Auld speni the weekend at La Porte City visiting with various friends. Mrs. Louella Baker spent the weekend at Ames with Dr. and Mrs. Durwood Baker and family. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason werb visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. James Potter and family of Ne vada. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson 'lef Tuesday for Rockport, Tex. (r spend the •.winter, a custom o several years. Mr. and Mrs*. Roy McMahon spent the weekend at Omaha, Nebr., with the latter's aunt Mrs. A. R. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jergenson and Kristi were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tabb at Corwith. Martha Kulke who has been hospitalized at . Minneapolis, is now home with her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beck spent the weekend in Des Moines with Mrs. Beck's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W.. M. Kaufman. Vic Parsons, Dick Godfredson, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt are in Chicago a few days this week On business. Mrs. Segrid Lundh and Mr. and Mrs. Al Lundh, Dubuque, A*AA. auu J.VAXB. y»» u. DBCKei anal ± .. , ' —^. — M^MV., Mrs. Ethel Putney have been vis- \lP en ^ , th , e , weekend here with ited bv Mrs. Mcrlp FprtMisnn Mr _- and Mrs. Gus Lundh. ited by Mrs. Merle - „ „„„„., lister of the women, Des : Moines. . Mrs. Putney is hospitalized at St. Ann. .•••:•.,-..: Mr. and Mrs. William T. Becker and daughter Judy and Mrs. Robert Scott were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William R.- Becker ' at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell spent the weekend of Nov. 5 at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson. Last weekend they were at Mason City for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. William,. De Kruif and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahn. Mrs. Martha Adams has been visited'by her cousin, Mrs. Geo. Lenz, Circle, Mont. • Mrs. Adams returned home Sunday from two weeks at Wilden hospital, Des Moines, where she was undergoing treatment. Mrs. Richard Olson, H.N., nee Marcia Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, has been added to the nursing corps at St. Ann hospital. She is a graduate of the Iowa Methodist school of nursing at De? Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cecak are new residents of Algonn, having moved here from LaPorle City recently. They are living at 219 W. State St. Mr. Cecak is, representing the Kirby Co. There are three children in the family Sandra, 9, Debra, 5, and Tony' Mr. and Mrs. John Boyken 0nd the lattt-r's mother, Mrs. Lillian Lambert, Shell Rock, who r> making an extended visit here" had as weekend guests Jack- Lambert and Jack RiUman, Burlington, friends from Oaklano Mills. The men came for some hunting. Mrs. Paul DeJlman and Mrs. George Dottman attended funeral services Sunday at Armstroa!' for Mrs. Howard Blekfeld. cons in of the husbands. They won- accompanied home by Mrs George Lenz, Circle, Mont, sis ter of Mrs. Blekfeld, who visited at both homes. Mr. anr! Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson ere visited one day this week by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cook Fort Dodge. The Cooks plan to move to Webster City this weelc. Mrs. John Polley and brol:ier Herbert Banwart recently spent three weeks at White, S. D. with Mr. Polley who is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Ward Graham, Clayton New Mexico,land Mr. and Mrs C: N. mifs, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. ^Harold Smiih had Mrs. Elvin Moore and son? of Greene as • callers Thursday. Other guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs. Leo Richter, Titonka. Mrs. Ruppert Young visited her mother Mrs. Mary Fries at Estherville last Thursday. Sunday, the Youngs had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elbert Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson and daughter, Joyce, plan to spend the weekend at Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Donahue and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Farnham. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hansen, Walter ana Bess, Eagle Grove. They also spent some time with Mr. ana Mrs. Erman Hansen. Mrs. Richard Groen had as callers Monday Mrs. Julius BiJy. eu and her father, Herman Buns Woden. 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