The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1954 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1954
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Mrs Meda Redfield had her son end.daufihter-in-law Mr and Mrs Clark Redfield and children of Des. Moines as weekend guests. .Mr,and Mrs E. G. Roepke were Visited last weekend -by Mrs Roepke's parents, Mr and Mrs John Steil of Fariblult, Minn. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards plan to attend the graduation of former's brother Ralph from the Lone Rock high school Wedhes- day evening.- Mr and Mrs Leslie Ross had their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Merle Ross and son 'Michael of Des Moines as guests last week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips were visited last their son-in-law and. daughter Mr and Mrs Glen Fredrickson, Cindy and Connie of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien wefe visited Thursday and overnight by the latter^ mother Mrs P. A. Lonergan of Mason City who cam'e to attend the St. Cecelia's Academy class play. ; • ' • Mrs Don Smith, Jr. is at Mercy hospital, Mason City recovering from a goitre operation performed Monday morning. She entered the hospital last Friday. The son, Danny, is with his grandmother, Mrs O. A. Jensen' at Dougherty. I Mr and Mrs Charles Patterson are leaving soon for Richmond, Va., and Princeton N. J. where they will visit the respective families of Mr and Mrs Thomas Bowles and Mr and Mrs Gardner Patterson, their son-in-law and son and daughter-in-law/ They will be gone about six weeks. Mrs Kenneth Percival recently returned from 'Taft, Calif., where she had been with her mother Mrs W. M.'Ralston, 74, who suffered a stroke awhile ago. Word was received of : her- death and Mr and Mrs Percival left ; Saturday for the home at Spring• \*ale,Ark., where services will be held and interment made. • Mr and Mrs Harold Roth had as dinner guests last week Sunday the latter's sisters, Katherine Hagg of Mankato, Minn., ,and Mrs John Gappa of Lake Crystal, Minn., and' her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs • A. K. : Shaw. Monday the visitor's and Mr and Mrs Roth were dinnev guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Hagp at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs George Newland were at Emmetsburg.Sunday and W.ere guests of Mrs. Newland'a parents Mij and'Mrs ? Joe<Kliegl. ;Mr and Mrs George Newland were* at Enimetsbtirg Sunday and Were guests of Mrs NewlartoVs parents Mr and Mrs Joe Kliegel. ' Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Dan attended funeral- services Wedhesdayiat Lake Park.for William Schwafzenbach, relative of a friend, i f' ., • :•. .'• , Mrs William Geerinej left today , (Tuesday) for Clearwater, Kan., for,a visit with her son-in- law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs Everett Black. Mr Gearing will join her there later and both will return in June. Mr and Mrs Robert Carney, their daughter' Mrs Mary Lytle and Jeri, left Saturday morning for 'California on a vacation trip and to visit another daughter of the Caflieys, Mrs Ewald Koch and family at: Victorville. Mrs Veronica Hoethler had as dinner guests.last week Sunday her sons and daughters-in-law Mr and Ufa Virgil; Roethler, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Roethler, Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler and her sons-in-law and daughters Mr and Mrs Irvin Kramer of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Arndorfer and her niece and husband Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kirsch of Whittemore, and the respective families. Mrs A. J. Eason went to Ames Saturday and there met her daughter Mary Susan and frienc'. Miss Peterson, student nurses at Broadlawhs school of nursing at Des Moines and attended Veisha. Sunday Mrs Eason went to Perry to spend thelday with her paternal uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs A. A. Slikkerveer of Shenandoah at the home.of their daughter Mrs Raymond Gere, a cousin of Mrs Eason. Sunday, evening dinner guests at the home of Mr-and'Mrs Henry Pfeffer. were the following: Mr and Mrs Pfeffer, Cecelia, Linda and Joe, Mr and Mrs Ray Muller and sons, Ronald, James and Larry of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Lawrence 'Pfeffer and'son Loren of Clear Lake; John Pfeffer, Mrs Henrietta Tucker and daughter Toni of'Algona., Mr and Mrs W. Pfeffer and son; Bruce of Wesley joined the-'group later. n SAVE ON THE SEASON'S FAVORITES! (Remember Father's Day) LONG-SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS FOR MEN Fine Dan River Cottons Wrinkl-shed Briar clolh. Fully washable, .brink-proof, color fast, Sky blue, maize. Brick red. Small, medium, larje, extra large. 3.95 Nylon Beautified With Acetate Fully washable, wrinkle resisienil Green, blue, white, maize. Small. Meduim, targe and Extra Large. Individual- boxed 100% Nylon Puckerettes Long wearing Dupont Nylon ... no ironing needed. Green, grey, white, maize, blue, tan and deep jtonas. Small, .Medium, Lerge,_ Extra Large -— T ~ 3.9$ Banquet Honors Athletes Mrs Gene Mtnard and children spent last \veek Monday at Fort Dodge with her parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Heldt. Mr and Mrs Paul Parkins and family spent Sunday at Graettinger with the letter's brother- in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Bob Simonsen. Mr and Mrs George Newland were visited Thursday by the letter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Paul KJiegl of Ames. Their infant daughter Patricia Ann has been cared for by Mrs Newland during the mother's hospitalization at Emmetsburg. Dr and Mrs Day Polter were here from Storm Lake, Friday and visited the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Charles Potter. They also called on other brothers and sisters-in- law the Elmer Potters, Dr Ray Potters, Harry Potters and Ben Potters. . Lynn Bush left April 30 for Korea and arrived there May 15. He is in service and will be located abroad for 18 months. Mr and Mrs Homer Tuille and daughter Mrs Walter Plumb and 'David spent a week ago Friday at Des Moines with Mr Tuttle's father W. E. Tuttle. • Mrs Albert Richardson lefl las! week Monday for Petersburg, Va., to join her husband who is Tuesday, May 18, 1954 Algona (la.) Upper De» Two scenes from the annual Athletic Banquet honoring athletes of both Algona high school and St. Cecelia's Academy are shown here. In the upper photo are Jack Amon, Coach Tony Guzowski, Jim Galbralth, Bill Fain, Coach Vince DeFrancesca who will now head the Iowa State College 'football regime, ;Doug Meyer, Cal Tschetter and Don Cook, in a little gab session during the evening. In the lower pictures is a picture taken during the banquet portion of the evening, by Nels Isaacson of Brown's Studio. The banquet was,sponsored by the Algoha Junior Chamber of Commerce. Dr. A. J. Eason, John Hopkins, and Mitch Taylor spent the weekend at Cass Lake and the opening of the fishing season. Mr and Mrs Harold Roth had as guest last week Thursday the letter's nephew Sgt William Hagg who is home on, furlough. He has been in Germany the past three years. He is a son of Peter'Hagg of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Harold Fristedt were guests of Mr and Mrs Gaylord Shumway .at their trailer house at the, Okobojis Sunday. Mr and Mrs; 'Clayton Pittman were guests of Mr and Mrs E. H. Pittman, ME and Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Torn Reid were .at the Russell Cook's trailer house and Mr, and Mrs Don Nelson.were guests of Mr and Mrs C.R . LaBarre. ' Mr and Mrs Harold Fristedt were guests of Mr and Mrs Gaylord Shumway at their trailer house at the Okobojis Sunday.. Mr and Mrs Clayton Pittman were .guests of Mr and Mrs E. H. Pittman, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Tom Reid were at the Russell Cook's trailer house and Mr and Mrs Don Nelson were guests of Mr and Mrs C. Rl LaBarre. Mrs Louise Peter has as guests last week Sunday Mr and Mrs Carl Petef of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Zumach of Lone- Rock; Mrs Ed Luedtke of Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Rudolph Peter and the respective children. Mr and Mrs Carl Peter are parents of a daughter Karla Rose, born May 14. Mrs Peter was also visited this week Sunday by Mrs Carl Peter and sister Geraldine Weishaar and Mr and Mrs Harold Peter. Mrs Louise Peter had as guests last week Sunday Mr and Mrs Carl Peter of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Arthur Zumach of Lone Rock; Mrs Ed Luedtke of Lone Rock; and Mr and Mrs Rudolph Peter and the respective children. Mr and Mrs Carl Peter are parents of a daughter Karla Rose, born May 14. Mrs Peter was also visited this week Sunday by Mrs Carl Peter and sister Geraldine Weishaar and Mr and Mrs Harold Peter. Mr and Mrs W. L. Snodgress and Mr and Mrs Charles Sorenson are being visited by Mr and Mrs H. W. Snodgress, parents of W. L. Snodgress who recently came from New Smyrna Beach, Fla., where they had spent the winter. They had formerly lived at Spirit Lake but have disposed of most of their property there and plan to make their home in Florida. 'They will be here a few more weeks before returning to Florida. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath had as dinner guests last week their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener. That evening Mr and Mrs Rath drove to Lone Rock to visit Mr Rath's mother Mrs Martha Rath at the home of his brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath. They alsp visited their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Weisbrod are parents of their second child, a son whom they have named Terry Wayne born April 28. Joins Percjvcil Motor Les McCleary of Estherville has joined the sales staff of Percival Motors, after eight years spend with an auto dealer of that city. He is married and has two children, and is a member of the Kiwanis club. Mr McCleary will moye his family here from Es- theryille jv«st as soon as suitable living quarters can, be obtained. 49th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Mike Pfeffer of Algona observed their 49th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 16. • They were dinner guests at the home of their son and family Mr 'and Mrs Francis Pfeffer, Cecelia, Linda and Joe of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Ben Potter had as dinner guests one evening last week their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Martin Berdahl and family of Armstrong. Mrs Hans Presthus left .Monday for Hi Lake and will spend a few days with her brother-in-law and vsister Mr and Mrs Harry Vahldieck at their cabin-court. It is known as "Harry's Place" and is fast becoming a-popular place to vacation and fish. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt returned Sunday from Victor and Drought the latter's parents Mr and Mrs F. M. McGahey back from Hyattsville, Md., where they had been with a daughter Mrs James Atkin who had been critically sick and hospitalized. Mr McGahey. suffered a heart attack while there and was ordered home by his physician but was unable to drive *he car. During their absence ,Mrs Clara Pratt remained with the children. Barbara Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Paul Schneider is at Buckingham, 111., with Mr and Mrs Raymond Heller. She went there April 1, and will remain several weeks longer. Mr and Mrs John Thul were recently visited by Mr • Thud's uncle and wife Mr and Mrs Nick Hummerding ,flf Klamath Falls, Ore. During the visit'they were joined here by Mr' and Mrs Ernie Shillington of Bancroft who are also relatives. Mrs J. A. Raney and Mrs Hazel Smith of Ruthven -visited relatives at Rochester, Faribault and Owatonna, Minn., a couple of days last week. At Faribault they visited Mrs Raney's brother John Fitch Who has not bet-h well of late. in service there. Enroute she Parkins. 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