The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1957 · Page 6
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WefnM Thursday, Nb. 28, !957 LOCALS Mr and Mrs Bob Perry returned ipeontly from a vncatinn trip in the south. Mr and Mrs Ed WilkSns hare returned from a vacation of a month spent in Florida. Mr and Mrs Al Siein and son Bernie of Chicago were woe-krnd guests of Mr and Mrs Phil iv.j. mond. » Mr and Mrs Perry Byam spenl Sunday at Austin. Minn., with their daughter Marine who is employed there. Mr and Mrs Robert Brewer and family spent the weekend at Woonsocket, Minn., with C. W. Brewer, father of Robert. Mr and Mrs Richard Noonan end children of Esthcrville spent the weekend here with Mis Noofian's father. Tom Dailey. Patricia Ward spent the weekend here with her parent?. Mr and Mrs Harry Ward. She teaches home economics in the Dunlap schools. Mr and Mrs Hugh Carroll were Visited over the weekend by their nephew and wife Mr and Mrs Stanley Carroll and son, Steven, of Waterloo. Charles Murphy has been in Park hospital at Mason City the past several days. It is probable that he will receive further hospitalization at Oakdale. Mrs Mildred Putz and her daughter, Mrs A. L. Rochleau and Christy came home Friday from Sioux City whprc they had been a few days with Mrs'Putz' daughter, Mrs Don Price who underwent major surgery. Mrs Price has made good recovery and was dismissed Monday. Christy became sick with measles soon after coming home. Elvin Ray Moore, BM3 USN. was released from the navy Feb. 21 and" arrived home from San Diego, Calif, last Sunday evening. He has served four years in the west'coast and served three winters overseas in the Pacific. Ho is a son of Mrs Harold E. Smith here and a grandson of Mrs Edna Richter of Titonka. Mrs Edgar Campbell drove io Garner Monday to bring home her son Jimmy who has been visiting the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Homer Young. Mr and Mrs Campbell are .going to .Rochester, Minn., with him the latter part of the week for his check-up at the Mayo clinic. Jimmy had surgery several months ago followed by treat- merits. Patricia, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Balluff, is sick this week with measles. Mr and Mrs Nat Bangs have re- limitd from a week vacation at Aspen. Colo., where they did Siime skiing. Mr and Mrs Paul Dremmel and Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan were in Des Moine< recently to see the Home and Flower show at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Mrs Virgil Lamb left Wednesday for Onawa where she will now make her home. Mr Lamb died several weeks a^'o in an auto accident. His parents live at Ona\va. Mrs Jean Wadsworth who returned to her home at Denver, Colo., several weeks ;IK<>. is re- coverinc from pneumonia which she contracted soon upon arrival at Denver. Mrs Clarence Melzger of Algona returned home Saturday, Feb. Hi. from Mercy hospital. Ft. Dodge. She is now recuperating at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Julius Bollig in Bancroft. Mrs Horlense Ferguson is recovering from throat surgery performed at Fort Dodge'recent- ly. It was done to correct a glandular trouble of several years standing, and was not of a serious nature. Mr and Mrs Harry Cutler were visited over the weekend by their son .Tody, a student at the Iowa State College, Ames. Mrs Phil Diamond and ftancy wont to Chicago. 111., (his week and will spend ten days with the parents, Mr and Mrs' Al Stein Mrs Leroy Ditsworth is convalescing from major surgery She^ was at the Lutheran hospitii' at Fort Dodge and is making gooc recovery. Mr and Mrs Robert Diekman are parents of their first child, a daughter whom they have namer Connie Sue, born Feb. 18, at St Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Bernard Dahlhauser had the former's brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Leo Dablhauser and daughter Vicki of Webster City as gueste Sunday. St. Cecelia's Catholic Action Guild will hold its regular monthly luncheon at the Academy hall Thursday, March 7 with serving beginning at 11 o'clock. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Ralph Donovan drove to Worthington. Minn., last week Thursday and Friday brought home his wife who hat! been there since Monday with theii; son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Jack Wittern and family. Judith Cowan, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. A. Cowan of Algona, has been accepted as a first-year student at Cottey College. Nev- ada. Mo., for the coming fall term. Cottey h- a two-year liberal arts college (<><• women, Mrs Perry Byam, Mrs Henry Farst, Mrs Phi! KoMhaas. Mrs Lyle Math, s .-irtfl Mrs C. R. McQuiston drove to Di*s Aim lies last week MonJay t» aiteml the Home find FM\\,';- show at the Veterans Memorial audiTorlm*!. Mr and Mrs Gordon Ditlevson are e<mi!; \.« Mimif.-'polis. f'T the weekend on biisimss. Mr and Mrs Gordon Dith \>"n had as recent guests t!ir ];,!'<'i V. brother- in-law a:vl si-!< r, Mr and Mrs Erie Slcinbakkcn <•!' F.i.-ibnult, Minn. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman were dinner jim -;!s Sunday of the latter'* brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Irwin Klatt at Rincsted. 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