The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1957
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Mrs Mifidni* Maiefn was tfslied ovet the weekend by her daughter Arlene of Minneapolis. Mr and Mr* W. C, Taylot to. turned from Brownsville, lex., Where they spent the winter. Mrs Dick Post tnteriNl St. Ann hospital Saturday for a few days treatment for a bad cold and cough. Mrs Kittle Larson was visited a few days ago by her daughter, Mrs Clarence Cailigan of Poca- hOntas. Mr and Mrs Art Krause drove to Bancroft Sunday to visit their son and daughter-in-laW, Mr ana Mrs Don Krause. Tha Kotiuih council for retarded children will meet Monday, Mar. 18, at 8 p.m. in the Presbyterian church. Mrs Eugene Muller and children visited Mr and Mrs Harold Elbert and' Mr and Mrs William Elbert at Whlttemore Sunday. Mr and Mr* Leon Martin,and children spent a Week ago Sunday at Goldfield with Mr Martin's mother, Mrs Grace Martin. •, Mrs Bsra Blanchard has returned from Iowa City after ten days treatment and check-up at University hospital. Mrs A. A. Kading was visited a few days this week by hei daughter, Mrs Theodore Bierstedt of Whittemore. Mrs Beatrice Baldwin had as guests over the weekend, Mr ana Mrs Ben Ingjebritson and Gayle of Winnebago, Minn. Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier had as guests Sunday their nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs Arnold Lallier and family of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Henry Kohlhaas were afternoon and supper guests of their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas al St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell spent the weekend at Adel with their son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart ana family. Enroute home inc 9 stopped at* Fort Dodge to set* Mrs Colwcll's mother and sister. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen had as guests Sunday the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Alvin Karr of Ireton, the daughter Sheila Hansen of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Garmer Ewen of Amboy, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Leo Keefe of Delavan, Minn. Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas, Mrs Frank Kohlhaas and Mrs Rose aranlan, went, to GJwton^Jast -week Thursday and were guests of Mr and Mrs Dale Brand, son- in-law and daughter of Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas. The tentlj birthday of Phillip Brand was being observed. Charles Crapser, 83, father oi Leroy Crapser, died Monday at Mason City. He has been in failing health the past six years. Mr and Mrs Crapser have visited him frequently and were there Friday, but the senior Mr Crapser, had lapsed into a coma a couple of days previously. The June circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet tonight (Thursday) Mar. 14, at 8 p.m. with Mrs Gene Furst. Co-hostesses will be Mrs Don Potter and Mrs Harold Shugart. There will be a lesson and work on decorations for the Mother Daughter banquet will begin. Mr and Mrs Gene Murtagh left Monday for Iowa City, where Mr Murtagh is receiving eye treatment at the state university School of Medicine. While in Iowa City, .they are also visiting their daughter and son-in- law, Mr and Mrs Richard Thoreson, students at the university- Mrs Louis Gilbride gave a party Saturday afternoon, Mar. 9, honoring the birthday of her son, Ronald. Those attending were George Newland, John Shillington, Lenny M e i s.s n c r, Mark Prieskorn, David Skilling, David Roethler and the hondPee's brother an'dsister, Dwight and Annette. Mr and Mrs Art Krause have returned from a vacation of several weeks in California where they were guests of Mrs Krause's brother-in-law and sister at Monrovia, and her brother and sister- in-law at Duarte. They were also in Pasadena, Long Beach, into Mexico, the Imperial Valley a.nd enroute home stopped in Phoenix, Ariz. Word has been received her 3 of the death of Mrs Clarence Stebbins, about 76, Saturday a ( Good Thunder, Minn. She har been in serious condition fiv some time and died of cancer She wgs the former Josie Grc n niece of Mrs Alire Duryea. The Stebbins family lived here many years and Clarence was employed at the Botsford lumber yard later being transferred as manager of the yard at Good Thunder. Besides her husband she 11 survived by two sons and twc davjghters, Lyle, Bob, Faye anc' Ardjs- Mr and M» Irwin Malueg were visited over the weekend by the Jatter's brother-in-law and -sister, Mr and Mrs Jack Farwick. of Pipestone, Minn. They also visited other relatives and Saturday Mrs Farwick's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Chris Long entertained at a family dinner. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strayer of Bijrt, Mr and Mrs Jack Farwick of Pipestone, Minn., Mr and Mrs Jiwin Malueg, Mr . and Mrs Ralph Strayer and Mr and Mrs £lea Long. Ed Hough has betn visited bf his daughter, Frances, of New York City, who had Tbeen in Minneapolis, visiting, relatives. Mf and Mrs Merrill Walket Who were recently married have taken an apartment in the Cook building on south Harlan street. Mr and Mrs Robert. Gushing have moved from the Cook apartment to a house on ChurTft street 'Owned by Ketmeth' .Harris. Mr and Mrs C. <S. Macumber were visited Sunday by the latter's brother-in-law? , and sister, Mr aflft Mrs Walter| Sorensqn of Burt. J' , ' Mrs A. M. Quintard is at Park iam Steele is substituting for her at school. Mr and Mrs' Herman Loeck, Mr and* Mrs Leroy Lfccck 5 and family and William BUssie visited Mr:, amd 'Mrs Arthur Leeckiat St. BaneHict. '*• Russell Pickelt Mrs Emma Hilbtrt is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Arhod Hibert at Hart ley. Mr and Mr* CharlM Joens have moved here from RoWe and art located at 1500 east Oak street. Mr Joens is employed at the O.K. welding shop with Jack Limbaugh, Mr ami Mrs William Duffy ha& as guests over the past weekend their daughter, Jeri, who teaches in Mason City, and their son. Bill, attending Buena Vista college in Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Waller Zenlnei had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr and Mrs Claude Gris ham and daughter Barbara 03 Bricelyn, Minn., Mr and Mrt Douglas Wildin and Mr and Mrs James Kelley. Tha Youth Club of the Pres byterian church rhfet Wednesday and following the meeting went ftrt a tour of inspection at the Upper Des Moines printing office a&d saw the paper in the process of "going to press." > Dr. and Mrs Joseph Roonty and family and the doctor's moth* et, Mrs Virgil Rooney, who is here from Cedar Bluffs, Neb. hospital, Mason City where fihe spent Sunday at Odebolt with Mr had recent surgery. Mrs "IWlF and Mrs 'Paul Wagner, Mr and Mrs spent . .Sunday in Des Moines with Mrs Pickett's brother-in- law and fiister, Mr ana Mrs W. D. Hemmingson. Mrs K. D. Long recently returned from Cedar Rapids where she hqct "spent three weeks with her daughter Marcie who teaches in the' schools there. Mr and Mrs Guy Stokes were at Spencer Friday to attend funeral .services for Mrs William Beckett, sister of Mrs Stokes, who died of a heart ailment. Mr and Mrs Eugene Murtagh are spending a few days at Iowa City this week. They will visit their son-in-ldw and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Thoreson. Mr and Mrs William Lauben- thai attended the wedding, Feb. 28 at Emmetsburg of Patricia Flannigan to James, Reding. The groom is a cousin of Mr La'uben- thal. . Mr and Mrs Elmer Langmack had the letter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ludvigsen and daughters Ann and Mary of Jackson, Minn., as weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley are going to Cedar Falls, Friday, to bring the letter's mother, Mrs Fred Corey here for a visit. She has been at Cedar Falls since Thanksgiving with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs E. L. Rekbrs. Mr and Mrs Albert Welsh a ar were^vKHSjjH' reoently hjy their; son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Carl Weishaar and daughter Mary Ann of Ottawa, 111. They came to attend fuilcral services March 4 for August Hcinen, brother of the senior, Mrs Weishaar. Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor had as guests recently Mr and Mrs. William New of Nevada and Mr and Mrs Paul Morgan of Ames. Mr and Mrs Morgan arc former residents here and Mrs New is the former Phyllis Sawyer, daughter of Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer. Grace, daughter of Mr and Mrs C. J. McEvoy, attended nit- speech contest at Pocahontas as a contestant. St. Cecelia academy here won three "ones". Mrs McEvoy also took a group of D.Y.O. members to West Bend, Tuesday morning, to take part in a chorus. Mr and Mrs Herman Leeck were visited over the weekend by their sons and daughters-in- law, Mr and Mrs Leroy Leeck, Dale and Gary of Muscbda, Wis., and Mr and Mrs Herbert Leeck, Duane .and Laywin of Toledo. They 'also visited Mrs Leeck's parents^, ,Mr and Mts Albert Baas. Mr and Mrs Henry Lund had their son and daughteNn-luw, Mr and Mrs Malcolm Lund of Rockwell City as j-weckend guests., Malcolm was discharged from sffl^ce F>bruar$.9 and is teaching 5 ; at Exirra.-gpHjs wife teaches tfp Rockwell Qjty. They were joined here Sunday by Mr and Mrs jCharles Lund bf Ringsted . v parents of the junior Mrs Rooney. Mr and Mrs Cordon Kuhn and Leota Halpin were recent- lted by Mr ,and Mrs Bob and daughter Mindy o . Mrs Kuhn accompanied ftfiem home for a few days visit and returned home last week Thursday. Mr and Mrs Edwin Johnson have been visited by their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Vernon Howard wno have returned from Lodi, Calif., where they have lived the past three years. They will now make their horri'e at Fort Dodge. Charles Lawson and Wava Woodward had Mr and Mrs Roger Swanson of Ames as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Swanson are former residents here and lived in the same apartment house, the Chrischilles house on north Thorington st. nle and Delmer and Mr and Mrs barrel Lee and Kevin of Esther- vtlle were Stlnday visitors in the Henry Wilberg home. Mr and Mrs David Berkland, Paula and Michael were visitors Sunday in^he Ernest Berkland home. P _ — The FairviHe Aid met Thursday whh hostesses Mrs A. C. Krueger and Mrs Meivin Louck. Mrs Ernest Votteler presented the lesson and Mrs Carl Beck wai> in charge of the entertainment. Last Sunday dinner gussls in the Clarence Wegener home wen Mr and Mrs D/irrel Dreynr and family, Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and Jackie, Mr and Mm Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mrs Minnie Dreyer, Mr and Mrs M.-nlin Wegner. Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sundc and family. Sf. John Lutheran Ladies Aid me-t Wednesday with hostess Mr- Okif Norinmi, Mrs F. F. Mueller Jr. and Mrs F. F. Mueller Sr. Mrs Ed Mitchell was accepted os a n<>\\- monibsr. The aid is makinc pl.'sns to observe their 50th anniversary in April. N Donna Berkland of Minneapolis spent the weekend with her p;i:ents, Mr and Mrs Ernesl Bor)-lanri. Donna is employed in the An.csburtj building in tin Stewardship Dept. for the Evangelical Lutheran Church. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II No. Kossuth Is Generous Donator Results of the Heart Fund drive in North Kossuth have been announced by Mrs A, C. Miller, chairman. Titonka, with Mrs D. Garrett. chairman, Mrs A. Honken, cochairman, donated $165; Bancroft, Mrs L. Q. Nethmers, chairman, $186.51; Lakota, A. E. Andersun, chairman, $93.45. Ledyard, Leo Willadsen, W. V Fennrma. co-chairman, $00.50 Buffalo twp., Mrs A. C. Miller. 3113.40: German twp., Mrs John S. Rippentrop, $117.30; Grant twp., Mrs Leon McCoy, Mrs Vern Thursday, March 14, 1957 Alaona (la.) Upp«r t>M Mdmt*-* Anderson, $39.25: Greenwood twp., Mrs Geo. Schneider, $82.61. Lincoln twp., Lyle Patterson Ernest Heidecker, $77.25: Portland twp., Mrs John Carroll, Mrs George Koestler, $97.75. Ramsey twp., Mrs Richard Mes- cherv $49.92; Seneca twp., Mr* Henry Looft, $91.03. Ledyard Ladies' Mother Passes Ledyard — Mrs Ed Sanders of Rlmore, mother of Mrs Fred Munyer .and Mrs Paul Nitz oi Leriyard passed away last Wednesday morning at Blue Earth Community fkttfcltfcl. Mfs ders has been in failing health the past se*V6ral yean tnd fof the past several months has b«tf» in the hoSpitil several fifties. Funeral services were held in the Mtthodist cfturoh m Elmofe on Saturday afternoons arid ifWf was buried in the filhtore Cent* etery beside her husband whd preceded her in death. BSih Who has been married longef than Mr and Mrs Marion Hansel. of Manchester? They observed their 65th ''Valentine's Day" AS man and wife, earlier this monthi Fenton News Mr and Mrs Hans Baago and Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe were Sunday evening guests of Mrs Ella Huskamp of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bratrud went to Rochester, Minn. Monday where Mrs Bratrud entered the hospital for a medical checkup and possible surgery. Mrs Peter Thorson of Hingsled was taken by ambulance Sunday afternoon to Mason City hospital. She is suffering from acute Glaucoma. Mr and Mrs John G. Hahsen and son Ronald and Mrs Marvyn Hansen and son Donald all of Armstrong called in .the home of Mrs Hanjen's mgther, Mrs Mary C.^ Hansen. She?-, accompanied them to the Chris Haase home where they visited Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs Roy Hagen. Paul and Karl of Minneapolis were weekend guests in the Kenneth Halverson and Rev. H. L. Norheim homes. Rev. Hagen has been guest speaker at St. John Luthran Church, Depew, Sunday through Thursday of this %veek for the P.T.R. services. The Hagen family returned to tht$ states just before Christmas after spending five years in northern India as missionaries to the Nepel people. Mrs Romaine Weisbrod and Billy spent Sunday with the Hugo 'Denkers at Lester, Iowa. Mrs Albert Mitchell who has spent this week with Anna Marie Mitchell in Sioux Falls, S. D. accompanied them back to Fenton. Mr and Mrs Oilbert Saxton, Judy, Paul, Sand.ra and Vaughn of "Cylinder spent Sunday evening in the home of Mr Saxton's grandmother, Mrs Mary C. Hansen in Fenton. William Hodgins and children of Sask., Canada were last Sunday dinner guests in the B. G Berkeland home. Mr and Mrs Anton Berkeland of Minneapolis were .guests Tuesday to Sunday in the Berkeland home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Gil- baujhj Stanley and Craig and Mr |ahd Mrs Dan Peterson of Graeitinger were f j-iday supper guestp in the Gerhard Hantelman v home. t Mr* end Mrs Elmer Lee, Lon- The Carpenters Are Through! there's a real surprise in store for you! . . . the newly remodeled Ready- Mix Concrete & lumber Co. display rooms and office . . . We're going to have g> big "Op«n House" parry 19 celebrate it! 8 —^COMING MARCH 22 'OPEN HOUSE 9 at READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. FREE REFRtSHMiNTS , . . , . FREE FAVORS IS00.0Q WORTH OF DOOR PtiflS MORE EXCITING NEWS IN GRAHAM'S 50TH NOW ON GRAHAM'S BALCONY! Dresses Unlimited _ Literally dozens and doiensjmd dozens ofjulip-fresh new dress-up dresses here awaiting your selection* on Graham's Balcony! They include many new Dress-Plus-Jackei costumes, in glowing crepes, masterful linens, silk-blends, flower-garden prints! Make a dale with yourself — keep it on Graham's Balcony this week-end in this marvelous new spring dress collection I Others From 8.98 Hand-Picked For Spring Costumes And 2.98 Rich, real leathers with a soft, glove-like surface , . . gay, colorful plastics . . . fashionable fabric bags for costume blend ... all here at Graham's in a most unusual handbag showing. Handbag "luxury" for less money, tool Large Assortment of Everything New up Lots and lots of Jewelry . . . and priced so you can appear "different" every day, just with the smart touch of new ear rings, a new clip, a stunning necklace, a bracelet or two. B*uy in single pieces, buy in setsl HEADLINES . . . calculated to turn heads your way . . . the "hat for you" from Graham's news-making selection of spring - fresh, beautiful millinery. t Choose from straws, felts, flower- fashions. to 5.98 New Arrivals Fresh As Springtime! To Go With Your Suit To Go With Your Skirt (Above) A delicately- feminine fronted blouse to set off your suit. • (Below) A blouse with neckline interest to wear with ckirts. SMART NEW SKIRTS Slim. Ecphislicated linens, or bright full-skirted cotton prints . . . 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