The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 9, 1957
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g-Atgeno (Id.) UpfW D* MdHm thuftderf, May I, and Mrs James tht plan to spend Mothers Day at Britt with the lattfrr's mother, Mr* Albert Droslka. Mr and Mrs Russell Cole and son Vernort spertl Sunday at Humboldl With Mr and Mfs Don Mallison. Mrs James Walker and son Ray drove to Alden Sunday to visit Mrs Walker'4 parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Johnson. Linn MeGee has left Si. Ann hospital and is now in a rest home at Estherville. He t went there to be near relatives. Mr* Kate Wegener will be a dinner guest Sunday of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner are being visited a couple of weeks by their daughter Mrs Edward Boyce, of Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs W. A. Button had as visitors Sunday Mr and Mrs Cliff Juhl of forest City. Mr Juhl is a nephew of the late Mr Dutton. Mrs Fred Ate suffered a painful injury last week when her hand was caught in an electric mixer. One finger was very badly cut. Mr and Mrs John Thuente spent a week ago Sunday at Lawler with Mrs Thuente's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Art Huber. Mrs Duane Wallukail earns Wednesday from Humboldt toj attend a rally at the Trinity church here. She was a guest of Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait. Mrs J. W. Haggard and Mr and Mrs Dick Post were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs 1 James White of Des Moines. Mrs White is an aunt of Mrs Post and sister of Mrs Haggard. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker were visited Sunday and had as supper guests the letter's mother, Mrs Rose Kraft and brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft of Lone Rock. Clarence Nordstrom, a well- known former Algonan has returned to his home at Portland, Ore., having concluded a visit here with his sisters, Mrs Perry Lowman and Mrs Edna Teeter. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman were visited, last week 'by their daughter Shirley who is attending the Broadlawns school of nursing at Des Moines. While here she went on duty at St. Ann hospital. Mrs John Seller and daughter Linda and Mrs Perry Lowman were at .« Cedar: Falls last weekend to attend the Mothers *dnd 1 Daughters? ,teai:;MarUyn; Seijer is a freshman and. Marilyn Lowmari is a senior at Iowa State Teachers, -.•••• Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell came from Cedar Falls, and spent the weekend with the respective parents Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Perry Collins. Mr and Mrs Hutzell Jr., will be graduated this spring from the Iowa State Teachers college. Mr and Mrs Charles Clemeni are visitiijg their sons-in-law and daughters Mr and Mrs Bob Oberman at Columbus Junction and Mr and Mrs Grant Gerling at Mediapolis. The Gerlings are moving to a farm and the Clerh- > ents are assisting in the care of the children.' Mr and Mrs Ervin Gerber were visited ovej? the weekend by their daughter Beverly and friends Judy Barber, .of .Marathon and SWrJey'Dahnke, of Hartley. All are students at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, and will be graduated this spring. Mr and Mrs Gerber took them back to Storm Lake Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whitehall left Ttie|day for Greeley where they Will Spend - the - week with their grandchildren while the parents Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehall are in Chicago. Claude is superintendent of the consolidated school and he and, Ms wjfe are accompanying a group of seniors to Chicago, for "skip day." Mrs Jamw Wajker and sons Ray, Stanley and Jim and daughter ^5 Walter Kiinker, and Mrs Clifford Johnson recently went to Jlercy hospital, Mason City, where they donated blood for Ed Stou, father of Mrs Johnson, who has had major surgery at the un- verilty hospital, Iowa City. Mr Stoll is recovering well and is ,aoie to sit up a little. Hit Violet Walker and her daughter-in-law Mrs Durwood Walter spent Monday at Good Hope With Mrs Walker's son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs Lewis Broesder who are farming iherst, Mrs Durwood Walker is her£ while her husband is on maneuvers,, at Fort Polk, La. At the epaeiusicm of this, she will in Win at Waynesville, Jkfo., wfcfoa fee is located for army w*,re Wieks WJted last week by the arents Mr and Mrs recently re- rws. They ted by Mrs |cks w tram C '«!*» tMwa v mother Mrs Clara Holm, d, Calif, The Rasmus- Jjff» JWm were h* and. jpeot the day, M« - Sing excellent *e- major surgery at a few Mf and Mrt Trtd Geigel aft today (Thursday) from Monroe. Wise., where they have spent a few days with rc-Iatives of Mr GtigeL Mr arid Mrs Roy Huftell and Mr and Mrs Laurence Hutrell plan to spend Mothers Day at Earlham with Mrs Daisy HutzeJ, mother Of the men. Mr and Mrs Don Dennert are going to Boone, Mothers day, to vs.-it Mrs Dennert's mother," Mrs Art Hall and Mr Dennert's parents. Mr and Mrs R. A. Dennert. Mrs John Schimmel was accompanied to Spencer Saturday by Mariene Shipman. of Mason City to visit Mr and Mrs Byrl Jones, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs Schimmel. Mr and Mrs C. G. V«nieicher had as dinner guests Sunday the latter's parents and sister, Mr and Mrs Emmet Paetz and Doris, of Btsrt. It was a celebration of the birthday of Mrs Paetz. Mrs Carl Sprague spent lh« weekend at Cedar Falls with her daughter Sue, a student at the Iowa State Teachers college and attended a Mothers and Daughters tea on the campus. » Mr and Mrs Paul Dettman will have as weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs George Kinkki and daughter Sherrie of Des Moines. Sunday they were visited by Mrs Dettman's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson, of Bancroft. MM D. A. T***** U brine ed by her brother, Ray Mulkins, t)f Fairfield. Mrt Clem MeEtof and Joti« McEvoy attehdtd ft* Winkel- Hamfnes wedding ft EffifWIteburg last Saturday. Mrt Henry Seller ftjttni last week at Miller with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Martin Bleich. Mr and Mrs Edwin Schrelbet and children of Rantoul, Illinois are visiting Mrs Schreiber's parents. Mr and Mrs Sydney Johnson fer a few days. Mr and Mr* C. fi. Stuff visited from Sunday till Tu*id&# morning by their daughter Mrt Robert Hede«ft ind tort Jofift, of Sergeant Bluffs. • . Mf and Mrt Wififf 2«h*n«, Mr and Mrs Jatttes K*lley and Mr and Mrs- Kenneth Geilenfeld spent Sunday at Delavah, Mirin., with Mr Zenther's bfothef-Ifii law and sister. the Plum drwk Wornlm's club met on Wednesday aftfef- noon, May 8th with Mrs Dean Jergenson. This was the annual guest day meeting. Mrs Harfi> street was the gxiest speaker. Mr and Mrt ttartnf ire being visited by the lsftter'8 nl«e* Mrs Charles Albright, 6f Wichita, Kan. She will toe joined here Memorial weekend by her husband and will return home with him. Mr and Mrt James tilt were visited Sunday by the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Ross Utt and daughters Diane and Terry, of Cedar Falls. Rots is in the army air corps. 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