The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 6
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fr-Algono (la.) Upper Pat Matoe* Thursday, May 23, Mr and Mrs George McVay drove to Clarion Sunday tn transact business. Mr and Mrs Dale Laws had the Rev. and Mrs Clyde Bishop as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs Clem Cavanaugh has had as guests Mr and Mrs Frank Lory of Beloit, Wise. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Vernall Ludwig and son. Stephen, spent Sunday at Armstrong with Mr and Mrs W. A. Mart. Mr and Mrs John Lavigne drove to Mason City Saturday and visited Mr and Mrs James Scott former residents here. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee is spending the weekend at Lincoln, Neb., with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E. Beardslcy. Mrs Hulda Kollasch had as 'guests Mother's Day her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Howard Landsman, of Spencer, who took her out for dinner. Mt and Mrs Frank Sterling have received an announcement of the birth of a daughter to their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Blaine Nelson at Kansas City, Mo. Mr and Mrs August Harig spent Sunday at Livermore with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Rudy Harig. Friday they were visited by Mrs George Romer of Eagle Grove and Mrs Tony Brown of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Vaughan Hoover were dinner guests Mother's Day of Mrs Hoover's parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Yegge at Buffalo Center. They were supper guests that evening of the parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover of the Doan vicinity. Mrs S. E. McMahon has returned from Marshalltown where she spent a week with her son-in- law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Ralph Carpenter and was there lor Mother's Day. Mrs Carpenter brought her home and remained overnight. Mrs McMahon was visited this weekend by her son Maurice of Minnea- polls, Minn. Mr and Mrs H. E. Stephenson tvere visited Sunday by their son Bnd Idaughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson who have been living at Mallard where Howard was teacher and coached. They are moving this week to the Cook apartment for the summer. Howard will be employed at the municipal swimming' pool till fall. Mr and Mrs J. F, Milder were visited from Friday and nver the weekend by Mr and Mrs Charles Curlry and family of Marion. Mr and Mrs Ewfl Sheppard spent Sunday afternoon and were supper guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Duane Sheppard. Mrs Edna Hair and Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith had as weekend guest Raymond Hnrr. son and son-in-law of the respective persons. His home is at Madrid. Jim McMahon returned to Notre Dame, Ind., Saturday where he is enrolled. He spent his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon, and later had an appendectomy. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling had as guests Sunday the latter's sister-in-law, Mrs J. E. Bateman of Natches, Wash., and nephews and wife, Mr and Mrs Howard Vulgamott of Webster City and Harold Vulgamott, of Williams. Mr and Mrs John Nauholz had as guests a week ago Sunday, Mr and Mrs Earl Chase of Oelwein, parents of Mrs Nauholz. They came to attend the first communion in St. Cecelia Catholic church of the son Larry. Mr and Mrs Glenn Jones had as dinner guests Sunday the- former's mother, Mrs Bessie Jones, the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Art Krause, Mr and Mrs Don Krause of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Harold Willey and Linda. Mr and Mrs Dick Alien had as guests Sunday the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Gebkin of Burl and brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Paul Geb- kin of Sioux City. They went to Lost Island for some fishing a part of the day. Mr and Mrs L. W. Johnson of Irvington had as weekend guests their daughter, Rochelle, Jan Fleming of Emerson, Allison Mukai of Hawaii, and her fiance Sonny Tgiros, of Charles City. The girls are classmates at Iowa State Teachers colelgc, Harold Dains Sr. of Algona is leaving early Saturday for Los Angeles to spend a week with his brother. He will then go Berkeley to visit his son, Harold Jr. and family. Harold Jr. will be graduated from the University of California as an electrical engineer.- He was a graduate of Algona Hi in 1948. He and his family are moving to Los Angeles in-June where he will be employed by Douglas Aircraft. &OSOK8&£&B&OSO^^ Announcement VERNON SUBJECT, formerly of Eagle Grove, is now employed at this shop. Two Chair Service For Our Customers Charles Fox and Mr Subject Attended the State Master Barbers Convention in Waterloo Where They Witnessed Hair-Styling Demonstrations in • MEN'S FLATTOPS & HOLLYWOODS • SHAPING AND STYLING OF WOMEN'S HAIR Expert, Courteous, Efficient Berbering and Hair Styling At All Times at Fox Barber Shop 113 E. STATE ALGONA ajge«a»»a»aceee»^^ FACTORY DEMONSTRATION I MERCURY Outboard Motors (Weather Permitting) & <--u SUNDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 26 T<W nt Dei Moines River, Above The Dam at Humboldt. ,» ,v*;/™'" * •" * $• £3 , ^,,QNSTRAT»NG THE N1W MARK 75 — * 60 H,P, & NEW FAMOUS MARK 10 FISHING 'fffW SpoiiiBr«4 8y ; JOHNSON BODY & ALIGNMENT l^-v , iti,te> ' HUMMHDT. * i, i> sfw^^HI^Fl^'^^W* Esther Thusntft, R. N., sp«ni the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Thuente. Mr a»d Mrs Andrew Hansen had as guest a few days last week the hitler's sister, Mrs Don Mertz of Grand Island. Neb. Mr and Mts Arlo Market! lefl last week for their new home at Moline, 1)1. Mr Murken is employed by the Good Year company. Mr and Mrs Marry Ireland were visited over the weekend by their son , G o r d u n of Minneapolis, Minn. He is associated with WCCO-TV. RD 2/C Jack Scobba has returned to Long Beach and his ship the USS Colwell after a 30 days leave which he spent here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Monte Scobba. William Ludwig and son, Darrell, attended a three day state K. of C. convention at Otturnwa May 18-20 as delegates of the local council. Mr Ludwig is Grand Knight and Darrell is treasurer Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon and Bob attended open house at Dr. and Mrs R. E. Weber's at Bancroft, Monday evening, in honor of the daughter, Nancy, who was graduated from Swea City high school. Mrs Eva Deim and her sister, Mary Bieser were visited by Mr and Mrs L. R. Hornbuckle of Spencer, who concluded the visit Thursday. Saturday they had as guest, Mrs Mary Kramer of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs John Snere had as guests Sunday the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Clyde Snere of Spencer and Mrs Margaret Truman, aunt of John of Long Beach, Calif., who is visiting the senior Sneres. Mr and Mrs Ed Wilcox spent the weekend at Rolfe with relatives. They were dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr Wilcox' parents, Mr and Mrs James Wilcox, and were Sunday guests ol Mrs Wilcox' mother, Mrs Thora Peterson. Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer returned a week ago Tuesday from Fort Meyer, Fla., where they had spent the winter. They were visited there two weeks prior to their return home by their son, Dr. Floyd Sawyer of Kansas City. They stopped enroute home for a few days visit at Nevada with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William New and family. Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick, Tom and Ann attended Veishea at Ames, Saturday, and enroute stopped at Eagle Grove where they were joined by Naomi Kenefick. At Ames they visited Mr and Mrs Emmett Kenefick and Steven Kenefick, the latter, a son of Dr. and Mrs Kenefick. Emmett is doing graduate work in atomic research. Steven is a junior and studying geology. Mr and Mrs Albert Weishaar had as dinner guests Mother's Day, Mr and Mrs John Rudisill of Woden, Mr and Mrs Roger Alpha of Buffalo Center, Geraldine Weishaar of Lotts Creek, Mrs Minnie Engstler of Garner, Mr and Mrs Ed Weishaar, Mr and Mrs Floyd Weishaar, Mr and Mrs Carl Peter and Mr and Mrs Ralph Stalzer and the respective families. The dinner also honored Eddie Weishaar Jr., who received his first holy communion at St. Cecelia Catholic church that morning. Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougall returned Saturday from the Oko- bojis and Storm Lake where they had been with their so.n Bob and children Kristin and Jay of Menasha, Wis., while the junior Mrs Me Dougall had been at Rochester, Minn., with her parents, Mr and Mrs William Oatman. Mr Oatman is recovering from major surgery performed early last week. They joined Mrs McDougall there and went on to the former home at Winona and the junior McDpugalls returned to their home in Wisconsin. The senior McDougalls drove to Mason City Monday on business. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney Were visited Thursday and Friday by Mr and Mrs Alfred Faulkner and daughters Kathleen and Rita and Mrs Dora Kerrigan, mother of Mrs Faulkner, They were enroute to Rapids City, So. Dak. to attend the ordination to the priesthood of the son, Tom. The Rev. Faulkner returned here with his relatives and conducted two masses, one in St. Cecelia church Wednesday, May 15, and the other in the convent chapel May 16. Mrs Faulkner will be remembered as Margaret Ferrigan who lived here and graduated in 1927, and is a niece of Mrs Mahoney. Mrs Mahoney left Friday for Chicago to attend this service. M. C. Melcalf was in Deitoil, Mich., a few days last week attending a Ford Motor meeting. Mr and Mrs Harold Peter hate as guest this week the latter's mother, Mr.s Teria Johnson of Woden. Helen Dingley, Mrs Deft Hutchison and Mis Joe Lynch Sr. spent the weekend in Des Moine.s visiting Mr and Mrs W. B. Nugent, Mr and Mrs Frank Carroll and others. Members of the board Of ihe "Crippled Children and Adults" society tire meeting for a luncheon Saturday at the Johnson House. There will be election of officers. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig attended funeral services Monday at Emmctfburg for W. P. McNally, 74, uncle of Mrs Ludwig. He had been in poor health for some time. Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman spent the weekend at the Crescent Beach hotel at the Okobojis and attended the meeting of the Iowa Great Lakes study club. Mavis Anderson, assistant to Dr. Hoffman attended the Saturday session. Jim Si John, son of Mr and Mrs "Judd" St. John nnd friend, Rhonda Hammond of Titonka and Jim's parents spent Sunday evening with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Donald Meyer. Jim is working in a Farcway store at Carroll. Robert Welter drove to Des Moincs Monday and remained overnight. The trip was to meet Mr Phillips, new director of the Bureau of Internal Revenue. Mr and Mrs Welter and family spent Sunday at Corwith at the parental, R. C. Welters. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Percival drove to Long Prairie, Minn., last week Thursday taking the former's aunt, Mrs Elizabeth Percival to her home. She has been hospitalized at St. Ann the past five weeks. Mr and Mrs Percival re- lumed home the following day. Charles Fox and Yemen Subject attended the Master Bar- iiris Annual convention at Waterloo, Sunday. May 19. Thcie were about 500 in attendance and Gov< i nor Loveless was the banquet speaker. Mr Subject came here in April from Eagle Grove and is nuw employed in the Fox Barber Shop. An issue of the Cedar Falls Alumni magazine mentions Mr and Mrs Dale Collins, former residents here. Mr Collins was music director here and has been iit Snyder, Tex. He will attend summer school at Colorado Springs and plans to remain there. His wife, a speech therapist, will leach there too. Mrs Lela Stewart is house guest this week of Mrs Mae Raney while Mrs Rose Sigsbee with whom she has an apartment is in Lincoln visiting relatives. Mrs Stewart and Mrs Raney spent Sunday at Buffalo Center with Mrs Stewart's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Keekers. Joe Beslenlehnfer went to Des Moines last week Thursday and entered the Veterans' hospital for treatment. Mrs Bestenlehner accompanied him and returned later. She plans to visit him at intervals. He was visited Sunday by his wife, William Besten- lehner and Mr and Mrs Gordon Sigsbee. Miss Alice Condon, art instructor in the local schools, attended funeral services for Joanne McCarthy, her cousin, in Ft. Dodge. Miss McCarthy, who planned to marry following graduation from Creighton University in June, was one of five victims of a two- car mishap near Carroll Sunday evening. Mrs Ethel Potter was dinner guest Sunday of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Francis Lonergan of Whittemore who came to get her and brought her home. P. J. Lonergan, father of Francis who is a resident at the Roberts Rest Home, was honor guest, his eighty-fourth anniversary being observed. Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson were visited from Thursday till Sunday by Mrs Johnson's sister, Mrs D. L. Roberts and daughters, Evelyn and Louise, former residents here a number of years ago. Mrs Roberts will be remembered as Mrs Clyde Smith whose husband was killed in an auto accident. Evelyn is now Mrs Wayne Hodges of Carson and had her children here with her. Louise is a Master Sgt. with the WAGS and has an office overlooking lake Michigan in Chicago. She recently re-enlisted for another six year term. Mr Smith operat- ed the recreation parlor m the building now occupied by the Gamble store . Social Security A representative of the Fort Dodge Social Security District office will be in the Court House in Algona on Friday, May 31. Anyone having questions about social security may call there on that date between the hours of 9:30 and 2:00 : IF IT'S NEWS. — WE WANT IT SAFETY CHECK CHECK THESE : T . TIRES - BATTERY BRAKES - RADIATOR LUBRICATION WASHING WHEEL BALANCING OIL and FILTER LET US CHECK EVERYTHING WAGNER STATE & PHILLIPS SERVICE Phone CY 4-2362 Congratulations To Titonka's Graduating Seniors i**^<«». -«1 This Message of Congratulations Sponsored By BARTLETT BROS. Turkey Hatchery TITONKA, IOWA GRAHAM'S 'HALF-CENTURY' SALE! THRILLING SPECIAL PURCHASE VALUES Direct to Grahams From Manufacturer FRIN6ED TERRY HAND TOWEL 4 for $1 They're Cannons, too « .t . handy bathroom size .,, lots of rich, glowing pastels ( t i fringed, ends, also. 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