The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1962
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ha(to)Urt»<ftBMM«trTM ^.i^. t....--j-..-~»..^Ai»J~AA-i*t^--* ifjl ^ k * 1 *"-*-^«'•""'""-^ Mgfrif Jfetjgii Ktfliore "spent last week ICO K^&UIVJI ** O|/^»*W n*»e , U v.« Moinls on business. Mr. and M"rs. Don Cltrlstcnscn werl at Dawson Thursday on business. Mt, and Mrs. Frank Vera spent last weekend at Mason,,City witli Mr. and Mrs,; Marlon'Burbank. A recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs, George Grfmsehl was Mrs."Atvtaa O'Dell df-'Spirit Lake. Mrs. Ted Chrischllles, Julie and Gerie spent' Saturday a at Eagle Grove with'lhe mother Mrs. Grace Kndtson. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Btitts had as callers Friday .Mr, and Mrs. Rodnie Johnson and Miss Jensen of fiakota. ' } Jndy Johnson,-Mrs. Dell,Spece and' Luetz 'Duett attended t the Decker convention last week at DeSMoines." ' ; " Mrs. Don Cash and-Mrs. Arthur • Beifschoter left today-(Tuesday) for .Minneapolis, Minn., where they wilt spend a few days, Mr. and Mrs. William Carney spent last weekend at Rochester with the son-in-law and'daughter Mn and Mrs. Milton Worby. Mrs. Dena Boekelman and daughter Henrietta were visited last week Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Eppo Winter of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Grubb and Mr, and Mrs. Allen Bullock were visited Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. George Grubb, of Des Moines. Caroline Bickcrt ,a student at St. Catherine's college, St. - Paul, Minn., sp$it from Friday'till Monday with her parents Mr. and'Mrs. Robert Bjckert;. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell went. t6 Melvin a week ago Sunday to spend the day with their son and daughter-in-law • Mr., 'and Mrs. Larry Hutzell. •Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burtis and daughter Sharon went to Omaha, Neb., Friday. Sharon enrolled 'at the C. E.' school of commerce aid will enter June 4. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutler have been visited by the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cutler, formerly of Waterloo, now living at Bancroft. They also spent some MVf, ttfacr" Fairbanks Jr.. spent list week Monday at Bode with ' her ••• mother Mrs. AlSert Adams. Mr«, Milton Dahi had as guests as£ Week Sunday her sisters-in-law Mrs. Eel 'Peterson 1 and Pearl Dahl of Sw&a City. MrS* Celia Deal Is being visited by her brother-in-law and sister Mr,- 'aid- Mrs.' Paul. Strand* of Grahgevllle; Ida. Mr. and Mrs. James Utt and family Spent Sunday at Garner with Mrd. Utt's brother-in-law and sister Mr, and Mr,s. Ralph Hejlik. Mi's. Hugh Carroll, attended 'the funeral service Thursday at Laurens for her brother-in-law Charles CarrollJ (73j • who died of a hea'rt attack. , ! , ' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan were visited last week by the letter's brother-in-law » and sister Mr, and Mrs. Glen Wallace and family ,of Clarence. . Mrs. Floyd Newville is convalescing at her home having suffered a fractured hip in a fall at her home a few weeks ago. Mrs. Fred Pannkuk is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoby have moved to the farm house ort the Kuhlmann farm near Irvington. Ben Potter, father of Mrs. Schoby will make his home with hem. Mr. time : with Mr. Blanchard. • Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ezra Thomas Gearty and Mrs. Louis McEnroe of Scottsdale, Ariz., are parents o their fifth child, a daughter whom they have named Karen Elizabeth and born last week. Mrs. Gearty is the former Betty Harig, granddaughter of Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Capt. Charles Crapser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Crapser is with guided missiles and located at Fort Sill, Okla. April 12 he will leave for three months of training at El Paso, Tex., and July 12 will be graduated after which he will come home for a brief visit. He will be located permanently at Fort Lewis, Wash. Mrs. Hugh Coiwell and her sister Mrs. Mabel Ruebel of Fort Dodge have returned from Adel where they stayed with Mrs. Colwell's grandchildren while the parents Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart vacation in Texas. Mrs. Ruebel accompanied Mrs. Colwdl home and after a visit at Spirit Lake with her son and daughter- in-law Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ruebel, will return here for a further visit with Mrs. Coiwell. yisited with Dr. and Mrs. George Auer at Guttenberg last weekend, 'he men were classmates When itfending Loras college K at Du- mque. Mrs, Wendell Feaster will enter 'ark hospital at Mason City Tiu'rsday for major surgery Frilay. Her mother Mrs. Ole Knud- on; of Bradgate will be here to care for .the family. Miss Judy Gerber spent the weekend here with her parents, and on Sunday was bridesmaid at the wedding of a cousin at Spirit jake. Judy is a student nurse at St. Barnabas Hospital in Minneapolis. Mrs. Ernest Egel, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Carlson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson went to Fort Dodge Saturday to attend the concert that evening given by the Minneapolis s^rnphony orchestra at the South Dt Crawford ir high school. !r. and Mrs. A. pent Wednesday at. Des- Moines where Mr. Crawford attended an nsurance meeting. They also vis- ted his mother who is recovering licely from a fall a few months go in whichl she suffered a frac-. ured hip. Working | farmers get a Mr, attd Mfs. Merle —,_„lain had as guesU last, week Sonday the'tatter's parents and aunt Mr. and Mrs, Hflrfy OttWtenseiJ and Mrs. Laur» Zleger, of Humboldt. After several weeks delay In vn- cation plans, Mf, and Mrs. W. B. Nugent, of Des Moines left a week ago Monday for points in Texas', ahiong them McAllen, Brownsville and Corpus Christie, Mr. arid Mrs. Roy Hutzell left Friday for Arlington, Va., for a visit with their son and daughtef- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred HUtzeil and family. They also plan to visit relatives of Mr, jHutzell in Georgia,' Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaye? were recently visited by the letter's nephew Calvin Strand, of Redwood Falls, Minn., who Is stu.'yfag medicine at the Minnesota University; Minneapolis, Minn. , Mr, and Mrs.- .Phll Diamond spent Saturday evening at Em> melsburg with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bahn Sunday they were guests of Mr. Diamond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Irving D.lamond at Fort Dodge. * ' Mrs. Fred Gelgel accompanied her daughter Mrs. Gerald Volgt to Mason City Thursday where the latter attended a' teachers conference. Mrs. Geigel called on Mrs. Evalyn McDoitgall at the Park hospital. Mrs. Freda Killan, Mrs. Frances Gallon, Mrs. Amy Johnson were joined by Mrs. Ferd Oslwald at Whlllemore arid went to West Bend Thursday afternoon to visit with Mrs. Kiliah's mother Mrs. Louis Schafer. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam have had as guests the toiler's sisler Mrs. Mall Adams and family,of Auslih, Minn. They were also visited over the weekend by their daughter Joan who teaches Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hendrlck- son were dinner guests a week ago Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chipman at Bancroft. Tuesday evening they attended the venison banquet at West Bend given by the "Barbershoppers." Mr. and Mrs. Art Wiese have been at Blairsberg with their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pruisman and will be there another week during the convalesence of Mrs. Pruisman who has been hopsilalized for a severe case of flu. Mrs. Hugh Carroll and her son and daughler-in-lavy Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson, of Burt went to Laurens a week ago Monday to attend the funeral services for Charles Carroll, brother of the late Hugh Carroll. He was 73 and death was due to a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Baldus were at Clarion a week ago-Sunday, guests of the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. La Vfirn Baldus. 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