The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1962 · Page 3
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Dick Post was hospitalized at St. Ann following surgery Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson visited the latter's father, Henry Neitzel, at Burt Sunday. Mrs. Martha Adams in confined to bed and under treatment for a blood clot in a leg. Mr. and Mrs. Art Ashton were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs. Darrold Ashton. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdrcn arc being visited by their granddaughter, Priscilla Schott, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwcll spent the weekend at Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. 'William De Kruif. Rev. Newton Cotighenour is home from Park hospital, Mason City, where he. had a check-up last week. Mrs. Veronica Roethlcr and Mrs. Alice Clayton were visited Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, Livermore. Mr. and ,Mrs. L. A. Houch'nns went to Spirit; Lake Thursday- to attend funeral services i for a friend, Ed Cole, 49, who died of a. heart attack. -, • -. ' Keith, four year old son, of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Robinson, had a tonsillectpmy at Park hospital; Mason City, last week and is re covering rapidly. . f Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cole attended funeral services last' Monday -at Havelock'for Mrs. Rose Kline, 50, sister-in-law of Mrs. Cole, who died in an auto accident.; • Mra.\ Freda Kilian was visiied a few days last week by Mrs. Meta Kilian, who was enroute from : Colorado Springs, Colo, to her home at Wautoma, Wis. J. M. Carroll and his mother, Mrs. Mary Carroll spent the weekend at Flandreau, S. D. with Mr. and Mrs. Don Hanson. Tuesday they went to Sioux City where Mr. Carroll, manager of the J. C. Penney store, meeting. attended a business Mr and Mrs. Don Asa went to Emmetsburg Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith spent Monday at Osage with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Erdman went to Wesley Friday to visit Mr.' and Mrs. David Youngwirth. Christine Lynn, year and a half old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jergenson, has scarlet fever. A pot luck supper is being held Wednesday at 6 o'clock at the annex for.the wrestlers and their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Putney spent Sunday at Estherville with Mrs. Putney.'s mother, Mrs. Anna Evans. • Mr. and Mrs. George Ballnff,' Patricia, Dick and Bob spent Sunday at Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Foughty. Jeff Alhcrton, student at Drake. University, Des Moines, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J., J. Atherton. Mrs. Adrian Sterling and daughter Mrs. Helen Passmore- spent the weekend at Ankeny with Mr. .and.Mrs. Tom Lundell and family Milton Bietz, Motley, Minn., spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Augusta Bietz, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and other relatives. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dave Richardson, Cedar Falls, are parents of a baby boy born Mar. 18. He weighed ti Ibs. and has been 1 named Todc] Davjd. Mrs. Leona Baker has moved to east side of the Sjogren duplex on east North street. She was visited on her birthday Mar. 3 by her son, Harry, Minneapolis. William J. Becker is home again after a few weeks of treatment and observation at Uniyersity hospital, Iowa City. He is quite, improved. Mrs. Ethel Putney, sister of Mrs. Becker, is also with them again after a few days spent. at St. Ann hospital. Mem LaingOf Algona To Wed, Mrs. Helen Laing .Algona, has announced. the engagehieht and approaching marriage of her daughter, Merri Ann, shown here, and Robert Poland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Poland, Tompkinsville, Ky. The marriage is scheduled to be held in the Presbyterian church here Mar. 31. (UDM Engraving) Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast wen: visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and family, Emmetsburg. Mf. and Mrs. Richard Mullin hail Mr. and Mrs. Keith. Bowman and son, Scotty, of Clear Lake as dinner guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Monn had as weekend guests the latter'? mother, Mrs. Leota Collins, aunt Mrs. Marie Burney and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Robertson, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith had Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mino as dinner guests a week ago, Saturday, art observance of the thirteenth birthday of the Smith's daughter, Carol Sue. .- • , Mr. and Mrs., Leo Kollnsch became grandparents recently with the birth of a son, Michael Patrick, to Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mergen of New Bern, N. C., where the father is in service. Guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch a week ago Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.-.Joe Kollasch, Whittemore. They also called on Mr. and Mrsl Harold Becker. Mr 1 , and MM, Roy were dinrter guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jaitles Chapman,at Eagle Grove, the birthdays of Mr, Chapman and Mr, McMahofi were celebrated. , Mrs. aric Hawcott and her brother and sister, Lee and Boss Hopkins, left Mar. 15 for home after spending a few months in California. They expect to be here In about a week, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ShllHngton were dinner guests Sunday of the killer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Olson at Lakota. They also visited the former's father, E. J. Shillington at Bancroft. V: Mr. and Mrs.. Leandef Sccfchl entertained at dinner Sunday arid, had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Doni PeCoy and Scott Allen and'Dennis Scefeld. The first birthday of Scott Allen was being observed. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson start- 1 ed for Des Moines last week- Wednesday to attend the lumber convention, but decided, due to bad roads, to go no further than Fort Dodge where they spent the day. An exhibit of Cliff Carlson pid- tures was held Sunday in the library at Mason City. Mr. Carlson is a'resident of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson were among those attending the exhibit.' Mr. and Mrs. ,Vcrn Teeter have returned from a 2V£ week visit in New Mexico with Capt. and Mrs. Harold Teeter and family at Holman airbase near Alamafiorclo. They were also at White Sands and El-Paso. Friends of Mrs. Walter Greenwood will be interested to learn she' and her husband are moving 1 from OwensborO, Ky., to Lexington, Mass. Mrs. Greenwood is the former Abbie Anderson, sister of Mrs. Don Asa. ; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thilgcs are the parents of a daughter born Mar. 9, The baby weighed 6 Ibs. 14 oz. and has been named Ken,- dra Ann. The grandparents are Mrs. Elizabeth Seller and Mr. and Mrs. Art Thilges, Algona.. ,Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stcelc returned last Monday from a two week vacation at McAllen, Tex., New Orleans, La. and other southern points of interest. At McKenzie, Tenn., they visited Mr. and Mrs! Laddie Lollar: ; . Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mock arc moving Friday to Fargo, N. ,D.; Mr. Mock, has been employed at' Ihe S & L store and will continue the same work. His place here will be taken by Joe Pomplin, of Casper. Wyo. 'He is married and has a teenage daughter. Mr. mid Mrs. Dean Taylor returned Wednesday from a 2'fe week vacation spent at Phoenix, Ariz., Las Vegas, Nev. and Palm Springs, Calif. They were met by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ostwald and Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Hendry and children of Culver City, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Matzener, San Diego, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bailey, Whittier. FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Moines March 21, Wednesday — N.W. Iowa machinery sale, at Emmet county fairgrounds, starting at 11 a.m. All kinds of machinery. See listing in this issue. Burns & Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County Slate Bank, Estherville, clerk. Mnrch 22, Thursday — Ralph H. Walker Jr., Vfe west and V4 south of Swea City, selling 65 registered cattle. Sale starts noon, full details and listing in today's Upper Des Moines. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Claude Wylam, sale mgr. March 2fi, Monday — Charles North dairy dispersal sale, I'.-fe north, 2Vi east and % mile north of Cylinder. Sale details in UDM' today. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. March 27, Tuesday — John Marte, complete closing out sale of machinery and livestock, located, from intersection of highways 18 and 44 near Whittemore, a mile north and % mile east. Dale Yun- geberg, auctioneer, Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Complete sale details later in UDM. March 31, Saturday — Carol Potter complete closing out sale, located from Hwys. 18 & 169 2 west, 4 south and 2% west. Dale Yungeberg, auctioneer, Security State Bank, clerk. ' April 2, Monday —,Robt. & Don- ald Powers sale, ? east and 4 south of Fairmont, Minn. Machinery complete, milking equip, and miscellaneous. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Fairmont National, clerk. This is a postponed sale from March. St. Joe CD.A. Plans Bake Sale St. Joe — C.D.A. met March 14, preceded by a 6 o'clock pot-luck dinner in St. Joseph's school. A St. Patrick's theme was carried out in table decorations. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Bob Bormann, Mrs Joe Sinnwell and Mary Jane Origer. The Court has a bake sale scheduled for Apr. 8 in St. Joseph hall. A CDA committee is in charge of preparing and serving the Knights of Columbus Father-Son Banquet March 20. Mrs Nick Bormann, Mrs Frank Hilbert, Mary Jane Origer and Mrs Eugene Zeimet are chairmen. Tuesday, March 20, 1962 Algona (Id.) Upper Des Molnes-3 charge of painting three rooms in St. Joseph's school the past, weekend. The men came with brushes and rollers and two coats of paint were applied. The Knights nlso furnished the paint. Mrs William B. Dcvine entertained her 500 club Thursday. Receiving high prize was Mrs Tony Becker, second high to Mrs Alphons Berte and low to Mrs John B. Reding. Mrs E. J. Gales en- .t.ertains the club March 29. Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire,.,.. spent several days at FaulktOfy ~ S. D. visiting relatives. 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