The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 17
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Tidbits From Evelyn ftnrf <n ^ defh t d * !I * **!** Comm u»Jty Church for S^r,. wa . s _ s _° nafW when dine of Marv Ann a when were "Designing «* rv I s t£J!$. was so *£$ Phill . Ips told on again. I saw esgnng Woman" with Lauren Baeall and Gregory Peck. The gowns were w™ t6T .i h t, nth de s ree - Um-m-m HOW Id like to prance around in some of the creations! » * * Hie olhwr day 1 ttfcd an ittth in the newspaper telling about the rake tombstone in which "likker" *as hidden. Reminded me of a time several years ago a friend irom California (woman), mother and I were on a little trip to Osage and Northwood. A man drove past us at a much higher rate of speed than we cautious tvomen and a few miles down the road we passed him as he came from a fence post. He waved a bottle at us and told us to follow nim into the next town and he'd give us a drink. Well, I guess 1 aon t need to tell you we DIDN'T accept his offer and we w>ere bypassing the next town anyhow. 1 have been particularly interested in the newspaper items concerning multiple sclerosis and a radio broadcast about it, too. I have a dear friend who is almost helpless with it. I am hoping her case may be arrested and It she could be greatly improved, how happy it would make me. * » » 1 know all of UK change at the years go past but 1 was startled to see the change in Mary Pickard. I'd never have recognized it as her from the picture in a recent paper if it hadn't had the heading "Mary Pickford in Iowa." Buddy Rogers, her husband looks different too, though of course as everyone knows, he is her junior by some twelve or fourteen ybars. * » • A clipping was sent me by Lucille Crose Andersen from the Los Angeles Times dated May 30. r,^ ha £ , a P ara graph of interest "Dr. Hale F. Shirley, director of the Child Psychiarty Clinic Stanford University Hospitals, was moderator." The item dealt with brain damage suffered by children at birth. The point raised is, is this Hale Shirley a son of the late Mr and Mrs William Shirley. former residents here and both of whom were familiar figures in the court house? Mr Shirley was Kossuth county superintendent many years and his wife was his deputy, Who can tell me? Community Church for the wed ding of Mary Ann Origgs and Jerome Keane Good Saturday afternoon. (The groom is great-nephew of Jim Allen.) The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Loyal .Allen Griggs. Mi Good is the son of Mrs Benson Rogers of Clarion, la., end Georgf Good of Fresno, Cal. * * » Prank Ostnim phoned me the other clay to ask if I had seen the death notice of Joe Powers listed among Mason City residents. Since Joe has been in the cast the past 25 years or so and since interment will be made in the east no doubt, I was surprised that the notice was in the Mason City list. Frank* and I are probably the only persons left who remember him. I knew him as a ;hild when he came here from Chicago to play in my uncle 'Pat" Cady's orchestra. I started violin lessons with him and con- .inued a year or two till he went o Mason City to organize an orchestra in the old Cecil theatre. This was also taken from the' Los Angeles Times and because iome relatives of the groom will be well remembered, I think'it would make interesting road- Ing. "White flowers gleamed in candlelight in the Beverly Vista Here are some interesting coin- Jdences — Mr and Mrs James !gli have two children, Carolyn, and Kevin 3. Their birthdays are June 3. Mr Egli has a wother Joe. He and his wife lave three children Marilyn. 5iane and James whose birtl lates are November 15. • » * I told about some trouble Ray Potter was having with his pump. Not long after that the pump at the Orton- fruit farm acted up too—no water, which is bad indeed. I don't understand what was wrong in the Orton case any more than I did the Potter project. | equatorial Africa. There are many phases of this work aside from the ministerial. A certain amount of dental and medical knowledge is required, and at present Knute — or to be formal, the RPV. Oiton is working in tho Clark Memorial hospital at Omaha. Mr and Mrs C. Orton arr also busy. They have been' teaching at 'O'Brien, near Grants Pass, Ore., and have been here for a brief visit at the parental home with the two children, Connie and Michael. * * t fcob Kuhn will have no trouble remembering his birthday or that of his son for thf infnnt was born on Bob's birthday, June 9. The child's mother ;s the former Rosalie Halpin. Thr little fellow, who has been named Kirk Charles, weighed 7 pounds 11 r) j ounce and made his debut at Lutheran hospital, DOS Moines. He has a sister Mindy who is very prouc of him and says she is going tc call him K. C., which I hope won't develop into a nickname "Casey" which he wil have to carry all his life. ONE ROCK NEWS SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs Sig Loge entertained at Sunday dinner honoring their son, Gary, on his confirmation. The Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation held their annual birthday party' and cradle roll program at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs Henry Looft was hostess to the Seneca Modern Mixers club at afternoon. Mrs Lyle England find Mrs Herbert Krause were honored birthday members. Mrs Krnuse had charge of the after- noun's entertainment. The July meeting will be at the home of M:s Lawrence Mueller. Richard Pannell spent the early p;irt of last week at the Holy l-JiMvly Hospital where he was under observation. He plans to submit to surgery at a later date Evalyn McDougall and Esther Helberg drove to Fort Dodge last week to visit Mrs McDougall's mother, Mrs Fi-ed Tubbesing at Friendship Haven. They took her down town for lunch and some shopping and ran onto Rev. and Mrs Earl Burgess of Sac City. The Burgesses lived here years ago when the McDougalls did. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster were with them, then along came Mrs McAttee who also lived here at that time. This story of coincidental meetings is topped with this. In Humboldt, Evalyn and Esther stopped for a cold drink and into the store walked Jay Tubbesing, Evalyn's brother! • • • Mr and Mrs Clark Orton and son, Webster, drove to Omaha. Neb., Sunday, June 2, to attend .he ordination of the Orion's son rCnute. Knute and his wife are preparing for entrance into the missionary field at Ippy, French Mr and Mrs Frank Richard, nd girls of Burt, were Sunday guests at the home of M. O. Rich ards. Sunday morning Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards were guests at the Ernest Goclfredson home in Algona. That afternoon they called on Duane Sheppard, also of Algona. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards were guests at the Kenneth Richards home. Thursday morning Woodrow Pettit took his son, Argil, to Rochester for a check up. Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghaus and family visited Sunday at the Earl Fuoss home in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson, Carolyn and Janet, of Gowrie spent Sunday at the home of Chas. Morris. Miss Donna Blanchard returned home Saturday after spending a week at the Alfred Schultz home in Ottosen. Mr William Christcnson was an afternoon guest at the Chas. Morris home Sunday. Cletus Quinn, son of Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn returned home Wednesday, for a visit. He is returning to Iowa City Monday. Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and daughter Cynthia of Des Moines and Mrs Everett Mittag spent the weekend at the Henry Kueck iome. Guests Sunday at the Henry •Cueck home were Mr and Mrs Kelvin Kueck and Cynthia of Des Moines, Mrs Everett Mittag md Bernard Jensen of Seneca Mr and Mrs Edward Kain and on of LuVerne were Sunday evening guests at the home of Henry Kueck. nor homf Wednesday Dorothy OftPrtahl was Wednesday evening at tho Seneca School gymnasium with ?i miscellaneous bridal <0irn.ver. A planned program constituted the evening's entc-rtainnif-nt. The bride- to-be WHS then pre«Tttpd with girts brought by hrr well wishing friends. M i s « Oftedahl's man-mee to Bruce I!i]| of Buffalo Center took place Sunday afternoon, May 0, nt (he St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. Thursday, Jon* 3d, W& Algeria (la.) Upp*r Oil ttu>\*9* I Mrs Emma Pnrinell observed her birthday anniversary last Monday by having neighbors and friends in for coffee. Mrs Harold Grunhovd, Linda and Di;me of Ledyard attended tho Bl-ikjer Women's Missionary Federation Birthday party at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Wayne Wilberg and two children of La JPftfte, Indiana, visited over the ^epic- end at the parental Mitt-tin Wilberg home. BUflNfife About 25,000 bushels oi grain were destroyed in a fife i»t the Arthur elevator in Ida GfOVfc recently. 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