The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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r Mrs J. D. Burns entered Lutheran Ivispii.H :it Fort iXnij:- Motutay ;,d a medial jiaiica:. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller had as dinner guests Suiul;iy Mrs C. N Robinson and Mudicd iind Lanc-i- Stcvt as. K | ^nd Mrs Herman Putz ol Bun jnd Mrs Mildred Put/. \vo:i amnei guests buntiay of iMr anu Mrs Leslie Soienson. Mr and Mrs Joseph McFarland Were recently visited by tne former's parents, Air and M;s Glen McFanand of Ferry. Mr and Mrs Leroy Lau were visited baturday by the lonncr'a brother anu sisicr-in-law, iUr anu Mrs Alfred Lau of Iowa tails. Mr and Mrs Joe Cogley were Visited Thursday by their son-in law and daugmer, Dr. and MJ.& Fred Marquis oi Waterloo, \v.u> made the trip in their private plane. Mr and Mrs Vaughn Brown are parents of a daughter born Wednesday morning, May 15, ai the Brill hospital. Tne baby weighed 9-6 and has been nameix Cinay Lynn . Mrs Fred Martin was visited Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jarne: : Powers of Melbourne. Thuj also visited James' mother, Mr;« Alvina Powers at Burt. Mrs James Will has received a letter from Mrs Don Engstrom, of Whittier, Calif., saying that she expects to be here June 9 for,a visit with Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles and Mr and Mrs Lovstad at Burt as well as with many friends. Mrs Anna Madison and Mrs Clara Hagg and Gus were visited Mother's Day by Emil Hagg and his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gordon Marquardt of Adel. They also visited othei relatives, Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg and Mrs Ed Hagg. Mr and Mrs R. G. W alder a are being visited by their sons, Bob and Dick who are in the Marine Corps, stationed at Santa Ana and Camp Pendleton, Calif., respectively. They arrived Saturday morning by-car and plan to.leave Monday, May 20. A picnic was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Mike Hofcr's in Sexton in honor of the^r daughter Ruth Helen's first communion in St. Cecelia's church. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Charleu Thilges of Livermore, Mr and Mrs Art Thilges and Mr and Mrs Raymond Krebs. Forty-four 2nd grade students and their teachers, Ruth Treman and Mrs Marge Stanton, enjoyed a train ride to Whittemore. Thursday, May 9. They were, met at Whittemore by a school bus and enroute to Algona stopped at the airport for a tour. This trip concluded a transportation unit study for the class. Mr and Mrs Clarence Macum bvr spent St:n<.i..y at B:i:t \vitr 'ho later 1 .? mo'her. Mr* Ann: Bierstedt. Mr and Mrs Clarence Macum bcr \vent to Hoehest' r Tuesday. \vh(iv the former had a check-uj at the clinic. The Delphian society is having a breakfast Tuesday morning. May 21, at 9 a.m. at the home o.' Mrs Harold Gilmore. Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton and family spent the weekend a; Mitchell, S. D. with the former 1 .parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Moui- ton Sr. Mr and Mrs A. L. Spongbsrg had as guests Mother's Day then son-in-law and daughter, Mr ami Mrs Thomas Thompson of De.= Moinss. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuchen reuther were dinner guests Sunday of their son-in-law and dau tjhter, Mr and Mrs Eugene Osier mann at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs James Van Allen came from Omaha, Neb., to spend Mother's Day with the respective- parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Van Allen and Mr an* Mrs Charles Fox. James is a student at Creighton College. Mr ttnd Mrs Aaron Sieussy have as visitors Mrs Nina Brooks of Tampa, Fla., Mr and Mrs E. L Robinson of North Platte, Neb. and Kenneth Curran of Tuscon. Ariz. The ladit.f are sisters of Mrs Steusay . * Mr and Mrs John Helmers had as dinner guests Sunday their sons and daughters-in-law, Mr and Mrs Pete Helmers and Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers and son David, of Des Moines- and theii son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson, formerly of Minneapolis, but who have moved to Algona. Mr Carlson is with Perciyal Motor.?. The previous week Mr and Mr? Meyer were visited by Ihcir son. Benjamin, a student at Buenc Vista college, Storm Lake. He was accompanied by Mrs Jack Anderson and daughters, Jo Ellen and Jo ityrm who were met hereby Mr and Mrs Bert Meyer ol Buffalo Center and taken home with them for a visit till Benjamin returned to school. Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougall had as Mother's Day weekend guests their son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Bob McDougall.. Kristine and Jay of Menasha, Wis. The two families drove to the Okobojis Sunday afternoon where they were guests of the junior Mrs McDougall's parents, Mr and'Mrs W. B. Qatman. : Mi and Mrs Oatman and Mrs Bob McDougall went to Rochester. Minn., where Mr Oatman will probably have surgery. Mrs W. C. McDougall will remain at the Okbojis with her son, Bob and the children till Saturday^ Mrs Pearl PoH« Mother'* Day of her sort nnd daunhtrr-in-law, Mr rnd Mr-Murl Potter. Mr and Mr? Robert Mungor had mathrr srd siflrr. Mrs Ncv.. Mur. p.".' r.:-..-! Shirley, of Sp-n:cr Mr$ A. L. Rcchi.'au rnd liiil* daughter Kriftine have ruturne, from Sirux City where t!ie\ visited a week with Mrs Rjch ie-ju's brolher-in-law ami sister Mr and Mrs Don Price. Mr and Mis Kenneth Parrisl spi nt the weekend ;tt Charlt s- City visiting the lorrr.t r's paicnt.- Mr'and M:s T. M. Pan:.-;h. Tiv. jenJor Mr Parrish is ill unJ a Cedar Valley hospital. Dr. and Mrs Ray Polter enter taincd their sons and daughters in-law, Mr end Mrs Don 1'uiie, and Mr ;md Mrs J;;mes P.>Ue; and families at dinner Mother'* Day.. bit and Mrs Dick Meyer wafre visited Mothers Day by their soi and daughter-'n-law, Mr and Mr; Richard Mtyer of Vinton. Late; m the dii.v they drove to Titonk. to visit Mr and Mrs B. H. Meyer Mr end Mrs John Schimme were visited Monday by thei, daughter, Mrs Daryl Jones o spencer. She w.os accompanied by her husband's mother, Mr: Charles Hoffman, also of Spencer Mr and Mrs Albari Reid moved this week into the home of th-. late Mrs John Daub which they purchased a few weeks ago. Mi and Mrs Ryland Phillips have purchased the Reid house on south Wooster street. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukaii, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydert and daughters Kristie and Kathy i?nd Mrs Dora Faulstich of Lotts Creek were Mother's Day guests of Mr and Mrs Dunne Wallu- kait at Humboldt. Mrs Faulstich is mother of Mrs Duanc WaJlu- kait. Mr and Mrs A. F. Schweppe had as Mother's Day weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Norbert Hattendorf of St. Paul and Sunday were joined by the other son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Louis Gade and family of Rockwell City. The Gades arc moving June 1 to Windom, Minn., where Mr Gade will manage the Swan grocery store. Mr and Mrs A. F. Schweppe have sold their house at 719 No. Durant street to Mr and Mrs Lester Johnson who will take possession June 15. The Schweppes have purchased a mobile house and will place it in the Hillcresi court. Contrary to previous report, they arc not leaving Algona at present, though it is probable they will at some later time, depending on Mr Schweppe's work. Sisler Mary Annette (Crctz- meyer), R.S.M., who attended tho funeral of her brother, Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Sr., and her companion, Sr. Mary Agu.sta, R.S.M., left Mason City by plane Thuvs-. day, Myy 9, for the provincial house of the Sisters of Mercy at Detroit, where Sr. Mary Annette is assigned as provincial secretary. Another sister of the late doctor, Sr. Mary Gertrude, R.S.M,, who was first superior at St. Ann hospital, was unable to attend the funeral as she is convalescing following major surgery at Mercywood hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich. Mr And Mrt Petti JSattman h«<J Mr ar.d Mrs E. R. Woltz of Butt i as dinner guests Sundny. Mr and Mrs Don Co! em an tptnt the weekend at Mount Pleasant \v,th the 1 former'? parents, Mr an; 1 Mrs Theodore Coiernan. Mrs V. L. Gunder has returnee from Lonbnrd. 111., where sSv hnd visited her son-in-law ant .iauiihler, Mr and Mrs Rjge Hirth. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Huti«< UK: Mr a:ul Mrs Roy HutZeli >pt-nt Mother's Day at Efirlharr with Mrs Daisy Hutzell, mothei if the men. Carrie, William end Margirei Dii'-ant drove to Titonka Sunday ..•vening to attend a concert by the Waldorf College choir oi Forest City. Mrs William Ringgenberg went to Blue Earth to spend p :'ew days including Mother's Dny, with her parents, Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle. Dean Flanders drove to Waterloo, Sunday, to bring home hi.- wife and son Jeff who had spen i week there with the parents Mr and Mrs Mark Flanders. Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby .iad as dinner guests Sunday the former's sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs E. K. Thoreson of Des Moines, Mr and Mr? Lyle Anderson of Bob Schoby. • Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud were accompanied by Mrs Minnie Hines to Missouri Valley, near Omaha. Neb., for a weeftend visit with the Walter Halsruds. Mn- Walter Halsrud is a daughter ol Mrs Hines. Mr and Mrs William Funk had as Mother's Day guests the form er's son-in-law and daughter, Mi and Mrs James Hammen and children of Manson, and son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mr? Duane Riley and David. Mr and Mrs Joe Todd of Branson, Mo., spent a few days here visiting old friends. Mr Todd was manager of the store now occup- i(jd by the Graham company. He has been in the furniture business since leaving town a number of years ago. Branson is near the Ozark area. Mr and Mrs Ant Ashton and their daughter, Mrs Kenneth Watson spent Mother's Day at Harmony, Minn., wilh, Mrs Ashton's mother, Mrs Susie Fishbaugher. Mrs Watson was guest of her husband's parents, Mr and Mrs Arnold Watson. Kenneth is in service. Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby and the latter's mother, Mrs Maude Nelson are going to Minneapolis, Thursday, and Mrs Nelson will take a plane the following day for Philadelphia, where she will visit indefinitely with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Cash. Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg entertained at dinner Mother's Day and had as guests the latei-'s parents, Mr and Mrs Cal Ditch, of Mallard, Mr and Mrs Ernie Marty, of West Bend, Mr and Mrs .JCdwin Wirtz, of Rodman, nnd Mr and Mrs Robert Hogan of Whittemore. A highlight of the day was a phone call from the- Zaugg's son Ernest, who is in the navy and stationed at Memphis He recently won second rating in a class of 340. ADVERTISING ir» the AJgow Upper Des Moines readies more families in Kossuth county than BUTTERMILK makes the difference! W/UCE UP YOUR APPETITE WITH OLD SOUTHERN FLAVOR" WONDER BUTTERMILK BREAD t The Exclusive 'Old Southern Flavor" Loaf Perfected By The Bilker* Of Wonder Bread Rwaptures The Exquisitely Delicate Flavor... 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