The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 2
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P«t , Etb. f t LuVerne Has Host Medical Patients Now Allen Blake is a . Patient in a Mason City ^hospital since Saturday. , Edward Behnkendorf who underwent surgery on his knee ;m the Lutheran hospital, Fort i * *«z i ,""• •*"> was aoie 10 return to his home Sunday. His Condition is satisfactory. John Groh was rushed to the •Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, Sunday suffering from an ulcer Attack . * 4 Roland Lenz has now returned to his home from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he Had gone for x-rays and physical check. He is reported favorable Mr and Mrs Forest F. Fett .rushed their son Daryl back to the University hospital, Iowa •pty Jan. 30, when complications developed in both of his eyes. 'S aryl was ^Jured severely in .the auto mishap that took the life of bis brother Richard Fett December 2. Mr and Mrs Fett go to Iowa City Wednesday to be with Daryl as he is hospitalized. Bernard Wolf is a medical patient in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, since January 28, after he suffered a cardiac attack in his home. Parents Of Son Mr and Mrs Clem Stripling are the parents of a seven pound son born Saturday, Feb. 2, in the Lutheran hospital. They have another son Craig. Mrs Stripling is the former Margaret Kollmann, daughter of Mrs Elda Kollmann. Mrs John Bockes. accompanied by her sister Mrs Nettie Jensen of Webster City left Monday evening for Gibson City and Sibley, 111., called there by the death of their cousin, Mrs Arthur Brucker. Funeral rites were held Wednesday. She is survived by her husband and two sons . Henry Loerwald has returned from a month's trip to visit his former home and a brother living in Gainsville, Texas. Mrs Jerald Miller and sons, Steven and Michael of Sargeant, Minn, came Sunday to visit for a week in the home of her mother ,Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman, brother and sister, Dale and My* NOTICE! ma Larimer. Mr and MM Ray Agard and children had as |«ests Sunday Mr and Mrs Gilbert Rowen, Faith Ann and Lwry of Qarner. Sertie C. Ramus attended the Mwanlc tanirfti of l*h Mitchell, 75, in Corwith Thursday. Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard, daughter Annette, son, Mr and Mrs Dale Braynard of Cedar Falls were Sunday dinner guests in the Winfred Walker home in Webster City. Mr Walker is * brother of Mrs Glen Braynard. Mr and Mrs Walter Engel and her mother, Mrs Christina Niel* sen visited Saturday evening with their daughter, Mr and Mrs Loren Appenzeller and infant son Mark in Eagle Grove. Mark had just returned from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was a patient for ten days suffering with infection. The LuVerne Cemetery Society will • meet Thursday, Feb. 14. Hostesses will be .Misses Myrtle Jordan, Grace Lichty and Mrs Phil C. Henderson. Mr and Mrs Robert Blumer Sr. had six of their seven children all home Friday. They were Mr and Mrs Frank Ernst and family of Riceville; Mr and Mrs Delaine Blumer and family of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs Donald Collins and family of Lfvermore; Mrs Richard of Kagle Grove; Mr and Mr* James Biumer and family of Kirksvill*, Mo., and Mr and airs Rdbert G. H. Blumer and family of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Norland Blianfet of Fort Dodge have moved the past week to the Raymond Harig farm north of LuVerne where he will be employed the coming season farming. Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink and daughters and her father, ,Va^ Hansen were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Mr and Mrs Percy Brink home, on the birthday of Mrs Allyn Brink. , . Gerald Putzstuck, A. A. 6f Hut<- chinson, Kan, visited his pai-ents, Mr and Mrs Bert Putsstuek oVet the weekend. They took him to Mason City on hi* return tcr iiiS i base. j Visitors Sunday in the Forest F. Fett home were their daugh-: ter, Mr and Mrs Gerald Richardson of Britt and their son James Fett of Algona. Mr and Mrs Robert Will and sons had as guests Saturday- evening his mother, Mrs Ther-> esa Assing and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Stringer of Fort Dodge and also Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen of Ventura. Attending the funeral of Donald Ramus, 36, 4 p.m. Friday in the Algona Trinity Lutheran church were his uncle, Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus, aunt, Mrs Dora Ramus and cousins, Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus. Mrs Allen Darby, and daughters* Jane and Mary Lee, left bjf bus Friday, for the weekend with her sister at Owatonna, Minn. Friday evening visitors in the Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus home after the Corwith - LuVerne basketball game were their daughters, Mr and Mrs Charles Sor* ensen and family of Corwith; Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall and family of Algeria. Mrs Joseph Thorn entertained th« J." J. Club it her home, Friday afternoon.' Mrs Bryce A. Wickett was a guest. Mrs Bernard Wolf, gave a demonstration. Born to Mr and Mrs Howard Stoddard Friday, Feb. 1, at the Clinic in Algona* daughter, Don- fta Kay. They have two sons, Duane and David and another daughter Denise. Florence Hof, visiting here, was honored with a get-together of her friends of the Evangelical United Brethren Church at the home of Mrs Henry Marty Friday afternoon. Mrs Martin Becker of Algonaf spent Friday visiting in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs fhees Schnakenfcerg and family. Mr and Mrs Thees Schnakeh- berg and Mr and Mrs Roiaftd L*nz ateftdfd fc card party Friday evening ift the DeGrotte home between Corwith and Lu- Verne. Brisk Selling Of Now Vehicles New vehicles continued selling «t'a brisk pace during the past two weeks, With a total of 38 registered at the county treasurer's office. Owners of new vehicles are: Fofd «. Mof-Gro, Inc., truck, Algous; f. 1. Kent, Algona; Herman and Harriet Rruse, Lakota: Colons CaMrell, Algona; 2. W. Neureth, Wesley; Clarence Ploeger, Ledyard; Nina f. Rracht, Swea City; R. A. Altman, Irvington; J. L. Haupert, Burt; Eugene Minard, Algona: L. R. Burgeson, Armstfong; Hantelman Bldg. Sterv., Fenton; Lois Miller, Hurt; Vincent Clay Prod., Algona; and Jerry E. Ukena, Lakota. Old* «- Frank Reding, Lu- Verne; and A. R. Linde, Swea Plymouth — Allan Busch, El* more; R. 3. Gerbet, Afgons; k. *. Heldortei-, Bancroft: and Edward Anderson, Swea City. t ClMfnitl «- L. J. Hanig, Wes- J«y; CShftflea filliott, Swea City fVed JBrahdt, Swea City; R. C Btekniann, Algona; L. M. Berkland, Fenton; K. J. Thilges, Algona; Wayne Thompson, Swea City; Eldoft Sachs, Lakota; and Robert Blomster, Lakota. Bedgra »-, Ruth L. Ditsworth, Bancroft. Pofliiac — H. A. Enger, West Bend; Oscar Kassebaum, Algona; and 4 Harold t)arnell, Ledyard. fctitelr — R. R. Kelley, Algona. Mercury — Taylor Mercury, Algona. 9!ud«b*Jter — Ed Blumer, Lu- Verne; and George or Joephine Pearson, Swea City. Supt. Laing At State Meeting Supt. 0. B. Laing t>f Algona was one of 450 Iowa H5§h school superintendents in attendance at a semi-annual meetinjf in Des Moines Saturday through Monday last week. Possibility of combining the four high school associations, including boys athletics, girls athletics, speech and music, came in for some discussion. The organ- ization ttf ifa^e^nie^eflfil 'toted to study the possibility further, but did not vote to combine now as stated in som« reports. If done in the future, the combination of associations Would be under one head with several department heads. Greenwood Girl* The February meeting of the Greenwood Girls wlis held at at the home of Georgia Heledorf- fer. Algona Day was disscused. Plans for a party were also discussed . Mary Lou Kollasch and Rachel Menke gave demonstrations and Karen Wilhelmi and Georgia Helcdorfer gave talks. Madeline Baker also had a talk as did Georgia Heledorfer. A delicious lunch was served by our hostess, Mrs Heledorfer. Lofts Creek Lassies The regular meeting of the Lotts Creek Lassies was held January 21, at Annabelle Tietz'. The meeting was called to order by Mary Loebach. Eight visitors were present. Mary McDonnel gave a talk and Mrs Thul showed the girls how to make buttonholes. Mrs Tietz served an appetizing lunch. ju ALGONA BANKS will bfe :\W' •u In Observance of Lincoln's Birthday IOWA STATE BANK SECURITY STATE BANK >"4 IP I Members F.D.I.C. Just In Time for Valentine's Day SAVE '20* 0 on a LANE Cedar HOPE CHEST SALE OF A LIFETIME .FOR FUTUKE HOME/MAKERS Tremendous tuvings made possible by u nationally .advertised Lone.Ctidar Chest promotion. Our supply is limited, so hurry. UK? MOOOOOpOOOOOOOflOQOOOOOOOOOpQQjg •ro REDEEM YOUR SWIFT COUPONS HERE YOU'LL FIND COUPONS IN SWIFT** 2 PAOE COLOR AD* IN LOOK joffiSS 'JaiiuanfJW^ Februarys February ,is NOT A COUPON- no IkioT ct.ir» U.S. NO O MfoM 4. ' f prem KS«S 19c ch»i» hot hendK>m» curved center, piece g»d »^<jrliling bran hprd- w«r«. 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