The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 18
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4-Afoono (la.) Met«*i thwtdtoy, 1 4, Tidbih From Evelyn Mr and Mrs Wallace McDou- arc moving back hero the first of March. Wiien I heard it I was so afr.-iid it was mere rum^r, but a fall from "Mao" Wednesday verified the story. They lived hvic a number of yos'.rs aj;r. and for seven yeais lived in our apartment. The son Bob was wbiiut four years old anJ wo loved him very much. In the meantime he has graduated from the Iowa State College at Ames. acquired the title lieutenant in the reserve, has married and has two children. He lives in Wisconsin and is employed with a paper firm. M;<c will be the new manager of the local Bolsford yard. • « * Mrs A. F. Schweppe was tailed to Mesa, Ariz., a short time ago to !>e with her father who had suffered a severe heart attack. Her brother and sister-in-law of St. James, Minn., were with her and they were joined at Mesa by another sister and her husband of San Leonardo, Calif. » * * Mr and Mrs Homer Tuttle. son Richard and Darlene Skogstrom drove to California before Christmas to visit the TuttJes' son-in- ilaw and daughter, Mr and Mrs Walter Plumb at Pomona. Mr Tuttle and Darlene had to return soon after New Years day. Mrs Tuttle and Richard came back via train last week. Mrs Tuttle phoned me the other day and said she and Richard had met my cousin Melvin Henderson of Pomona. They had parked at a market and Richard stayed in the car. He was approached by a man who had noticed the 55 Iowa license and inquired where he was from. Since Algona _is the "old home town" to Melvin, he immediately asked if the Tuttles knew rnc. Well, I don't- believe Richard does, but his parents certainly do. Again, "small world." • » • It was a treat for Mrs R. M. Wallace and her sister Marie Grover to get out of doors last week. Marie has been sick with virus pneumonia and her recovery was slow. After an entire month of being "cooped up", a ride down town was quite a treat. I know just how they felt. The last time I was out was Christmas till "Friendly Persuasion" came along. I was pleased with Richard Palmer's review of it. It was an enjoyable picture, • * * ' * Mr and Mrs Howard Seeley have been visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Craig Seeley and sons Scottie Bill and Brad of Sioux Falls, S. D. Craig is cattle buyer for the Morrell packing company. Scottie Bill was thrilled on the Sunday morning of his visit for he was being taken to Sunday school and as he put it, "The game Sunday school where my daddy went." • » » The absent-minded professor has nothing on these friends of mine — I won't mention their names in this column, but they can be had on request. One woman searched all over the bed room for her lower plate — in and under the bed, on the floor, on the dresser — and found them IN iHER MOUTH. Anothef friend was condemning the dentist for ,a set suddenly gone wrong. She ,was trying to put the upper plate -where the lowers should be. • ' • * » "Ideals" is the most beautiful ^magazine I've ever seen. Mrs [JSmma Dehriert has been bringing hers over for me to .enjoy, The other day I received a "Val- jsntine" from her. It was a smaller edition published for those •who wanted to give Valentine's 'gifts. It too is a lovely Booklet. I've already thanked her for it but I'll say "Thanks" •again. She also brought me another gift the other day— a book rack. • * * 4 Mrs "Heinle" Stebritz and -daughter Mary are leaving this week for a two. weeks visit at Ft. Worth, Tex., with the former's son and daufihter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bob Stebritz. Bob is in the 'oil business there. - 9 • * From Mrs J. I. Merryman comes the • report of the first JFobta. She called me February •7 to tell me she saw one that day. Bless their little hearts, I hope we don't have miserable weather now for them to endure. If .they will wing over this way they will be assured of mea! ticket. We put food out for all the birds, but Robins are special guests. , * * « Year* sfo a Carr family lived he?«h«4Ve forgotten the lather's name, feut I believe he was a -Kossutfc CoWBty official at one time and it seems to me his daughter J4w<wrie was his steno- graabftr At any rate she was I time he had been president of the ' Hyde Park State Bank but poor health caused him to resign and he went into retirement. Mr and Mrs Olson had been married-44 years and had recently observed their anniversary. Mrs Olson will be well remembered and should anyone care to write to her. the address is fi821 East End Ave., Chicago, 49, 111. * * • Mrs Emma Dehnert has received a recent letter from Mrs Lela Stewart, former Algonan. whose husband George died a couple of years ago. Mrs Stewart lived at Phoenix, Ariz., where the son George Jr., and family also live. She has made a few visits here and made her home here a few months. She is now at Santa Monica. Calif., with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Cobb. Both Mr and Mrs Cobb are employed and Mrs Stewart is findng it pleasant to keep house for them. The granddaughter Sharon will also be remembered by the teenagers. • * * I'd like to be with my cousin Mrs G. W. Cady (Julia) of Mason City. She will be in Baton Rogue, La., February 11 to attend a concert in which her daughter Jean is the symphony pianist: From there she is going to Houston to visit my cousin Edwin Cady and his wife Mayme. Enroute home she will stop in Wichita to visit our cousin Harry Goddard and his wife Vinne. I've covered the Houston, Galveston. Wichita route less than two years ago but would like to be doing it again. » « » A note from the Abner Longs of Davenport informed me they and Earl Bradley of Muscatine, are on their way to Phoenix, Ariz., where they will visit Abner's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Carson Taylor and they will go on to California. The letter was sent from Roswell .New Mex., which was the home of the late Gertie Wheelock, sister of John, the past 69 years. "She was my teacher when I was nine years old," writes Abner. At Oklahoma City they saw Elmer Peterson 'who was raised on the Dickinson farm north of August Slagle. He is editor of the daily paper there. He will be well remembered by the older Algonans. . | have a picture of the in 1912-H and sh« UW- gWUf», A lew others Blanche Pros®, W. C, Dewel, > Haggard Pearl e« at Tit and Mabel who M*»feel was a Rulh djgd a 9f atf4t&ie scler- Algona ?-H Club Allan and Russell Bode were hosts at the February meeting of the Algona 4-H. A talk was given by Wayne Arndorfer and Richard tLickteig gave a demonstration on-iilaising and Lowering the Flag.jJTack Frideres also gave a talk. It was agreed to send two dollars to Robert Johnson for a Junior basketball team. BUFFALO HORNS C. B. Crawford of Corydon has a pair of buffalo horns. They were picked up by 85 years old J. H. Kelly, of Altoona, along a wagon trail in Colorado, in 1888. The horns are in perfect condition. Shillingtons Of Bancroft Have 40th Anniversary fiancfoff — Mr and Mrs E. J. Shillington of Bancroft celebrated their 40th anniversary with open house at their home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Shillington are the parents of seven children, Mrs Dorothy Peck, Florida: Mr? Dick Welp, Bancroft: Mrs Jerry Skilling, Minnesota; Geraldine, Des Moines; Don Shillington, Bancroft; James, Algona; and Boh of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Shillington are members of St. John's Catholic Church. They farmed west of Bancroft until two years ago when they moved to town. Band Booster* Meet The Bancroft St. John's Band Boosters held their monthly meeting Monday evening irt St. John's Gym. Mrs Richard Chipman, president presided and Mrs Leo Nurre read the minutes of the last meeting. The members decided to sponsor a bake sale for band expenses. St. Cecelia's Parish in Algona is planning to have the St. John's Band play a concert for them in the near fur- ture at Algona. The band which has done fine work in the past is preparing for a band concert in March. Plans were made for the February meeting which will be the election of officers. Merredith Bergman is suffering from a badly smashed finger which she received when she caught her right thumb in the car door. She was taken to the doctor for treatment. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke, Kenneth McGuire and Francis Menkc attended the Iowa State basketball game in Ames Monday evening. While there they visited Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing and Joyce. Mr and Mrs Ambrose Kennedy left Monday for Texas where they are visiting their daughter and husband. Dr. Kollasch and Dr. Bernice Kollasch and family. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr entertained at supper Sunday night Mr and Mrs Bernard McGuire, Titonka, Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire and Kirsten and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman. The Catholic Daughters met Tuesday evening for their monthly meeting Tuesday evening. A card party for their husbands and guests has been planned for Valentine's Day, Thursday evening. Members are to bring a potluck lunch. Mothtr & Sen Tonsillectomles A WhHtemor* mother, Mri Paul Ludwrig, and tor »on, Daniftl, at* roommate* at St. Ann hospital here following tonsilleciomies performed Monday. They are getting along fine following the surgery. Daniel also had his tderroils removed Monday . Ex-Resident Dies LuVerne — Word has beeh received of the death of an early resident here, August Keirch- stein, 86, who made his home in Clinton, Minn. 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