The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1954 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1954
Page 11
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Celebrate Three Births At Hurt During Past Week Butt—Mr and Mrs Roland Lav- l ™ flr f g? ren . ts of a Daughter bom at St -Ann hospital, Algona the morning of May 30 Mayme Jeanetta, who . weighed BUY YOUR PAINT HERE NATIONALLY- ADVERTISED Outside White PAINT Known At $3.95 Gallon Gallon U SAVE PLENTY Guaranteed To Stay On and To Stay White DIAMOND'S SURPLUS ^ t •. •__'¥_•_ BUY YOUR PAINT'HEI& over (5 pounds* has -beett 'flamed for her gran'dmothers. Grandparents are Mr and • Mrs - Fred Lavrenz and Mr and Mrs William Otto, the latter of Mallard. The Lavrenz have three sons and two daughters all in school, 'Mr and Mrs Wm. Qiddings are parents of a son born at St. Ann hospital, Algona Thursday morning, June 3. This is the fifth boy for this family and he has been named Gregory William. Mr and Mrs Guy C. Giddings'and Mrs Nora Garner • are grandparents and Mrs Nettie FisheTr i$ a great grandmother. Mr ahd Mrs Wm. Madsen Jr. are parents of a daughter born also at St. Ami hospital on Friday 'morning, May 28. The baby has been named Barbara Kay and has one' sister, three and a brother, Robert who is five. Mr and Mrs Wm. Madsen Sr. are the grandparents. '" Colorado Visitors Mr and Mrs Vernon Schmidt of Denver, Colorado visited the former's grandparents' .the Paul Moorcs this week. , Mr': Srjd -Mrs Bert Moore and. Gweh of Oklahoma City, Okla. also were at the Paul Moores. • Visit Memorial Day .'< Some of the Memorial Day visitors were Mr and Mrs Joe Dorrance of Fairmont, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Larimer Haddle and sons of Swea City] Mr and .Mrs. Jas. Sewick, Lake Park;. Mr. and Mrs Jonathan Hulbfert. of :Glid" den; Mr and Mrs Wm., Martinson and children of Madison, ,Wis.; Mr and, Mis Clarence Larson with"Mr.and.Mrs Davis of/Waterloo; .Mr and Mrs Willard -StoW: and daughters of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Willis Chipman and son of Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr and Mrs Glenn ftiebsamen and son of Des Moines;, Mr and Mrs Walter 'Klamp, Algona;> Mr andVMrs Ray Miller: and children 1 ,of, Titorika; Mr ahd Mrs Gail West ,ahd;f,ah1- ily. of Des Moines alspj Mr. and Mrs Burton Isenberge'r' ?of Des Moines; , Mr and>.Mrs., Harold Graham of Clarinda and the Nels Godfredsons, theetaoinshrdluetaoi sons, the Edward Godfredsons of Swea City, and Mr and Mrs A. Koestler and family. Sprains Back In Irvington Fall Irvington—Mrs Herman Lester had the : misfortune to fall down their basement stairs Friday and received a badly sprained back. She 'was taken to St. Ann hospital for x-rays and remained there until Saturday p.m. . 'Mrs Gerald Frankl is;a patient at; St.' Mary's hospital r at Rochester, having had ; surgery there •*last week. • . •. • \ * ' •', ' • ' '. KNOCK-OUT GIFTS TOR Drummer Is .spending this week here with his sister Mfs Max Sewlck. The 1 '. Elmer Dole Construction Co. began work this week, graveling near Ocheyedan, la. Bancroft Farm Bureau Picnics On Inman Farm Bafl«o&-*A large crowd 'attended the Farm Bureau picnic at the C, C. Inman home Thursday; Mew Arrivals , > Mr and Mrs William Kennedy are the parents of a daughter born Friday at St. Ann hospital. • Mr and Mrs Clarence Nemmers are the parents of .a daughter born. May 29, at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, la. Visit Parents here John Long and'CletUs Weber who have been employed by John Deere Company, Waterloo are here: for an extended visit with their parents. Weekend at Marshalltown Mr and Mrs Perry Torine spent the weekend in Marshalltown with their daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson and boys Off For Denver ; Frank Hanson of Omaha came Saturday with him on Tuesday. She todk a plane for Denver, Colo., where;she will make her home 'With her daughter, Mildred Hansprii Rt N< Attend Funeral Mrfand Mrs John Shay, Mr and Mrs 'Ben/-Brink and son, Mrs Perry Torine, attended funeral 1 services fbr their brother Eugene Erickson > in Algona Wednesday morning. Burial was irt St. Benedict .wnere lie, has made his home the last 25'years. : Frank Ditsworth has been ill at his home here suffering from a heart condition. Mrs Toriy Al7ey was taken by ambulance to lowa'City Tuesday where she ' is undergoing treatment. • • '•• • , George Merrier-who has been employed as a carpenter, in Walla Walla, Washington came for an extended visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs N. J. Merrill. ' Lois Lampe, Fairmont and Mr and Mrs Welsh, of Cedar Rapids came for a visit with the ladies' parents, Mr and Mrs H. K. Lampe. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Schiltz and family of Bancroft attended thu funeral of Mrs • Schiltz' mother, Mrs Elbert of .Algona Saturday. John Reding, Whittemore spent the weekend with his sister and husband, Mr and Mrs'Ross Inman. Mr and Mrs Martin McGuire, Bode,-and Mrs Julia Voigt of Algona spent Modnay at the Laurence Bergman home. L .Hail Inman of Aberdeen,. S.',p.; .came'ior a-svisit with his brother 'fcftd Jiamily;, Mr "and ; Mrs C.'"C. Irimari. ' j, T. Welfare Rites June 2 At ledyard Funeral services for Jack T. Welfare, 76, Were held last Wed- nesd ay afternoon at-the Ledyard Methodist church .with the Rev. Fritz Springis, pastor, in scharge. Burial was made in Highland Home Cemetery. Pallbearers were George Watts, Leslie Cassem, Harold -Krause, Merle Welfare,, William Welfare and Kenneth Welfare. The Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of arrangements. Mr' Welfare dted at his Home in Ledyard Sunday at the age of 76 years, 9 months and 18 days. Jack T Welfare was'born August 12, 1877, in Kent, England. At the age of 14 he came to the United States with his family, who settled in Blue Earth, Minn. Several years later he moved to Ledyard, where he farmed for''a number of years. . On October 23, 1907,'he was united in marriage to Miss Dottie Luella Stracke. To this lunion two daughters were born, Bessie and Mae. Later lie moved to town and operated an oil truck for seven years. He is survived by-his wife, two daughters, three brothers, Jim of, Estherville, Alfred of Morris, Minn., and Sam of Ledyard, three sisters, Mrs Louisa Looft and Mrs Harriette West of Ledyard and Mrs Mary Watts of Waseca, Minn., and several nieces and cousins and a'host-'of friends. 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Larry is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Douglas, 103 E. Lucas St. ADVERTISING in the Algonf Upper Des Moines reacnes more families in • Kossuth ^county .than any other publication. ' WESLEY NEWS Carl Funnemark of San Francisco arrived Monday to visit his niece and nephew Alma and Julius Funnemark and'other relatives. He left Wesley 40 years ago, and this is his first trip to Iowa. He has a wife and daugh> ter in San Francisco. Mrs Elam Johnson of Washington, Mrs John Kline of Keota and Darrell Johnson .of Dillon, Mont, spent several days recently in the Theron Hansen home. Mr and Mrs Leander Seefeld and Mr and Mrs John Huff attended funeral services in Algona Wednesday a.m. June 2 for Eugene Erickson of St. Benedict. . Two Fines Paid, Mayor's Court Two fines were assessed in Mayor Linda Clapsaddle's court last week. Jack C. Hawley, Humboldt, paid $5 and costs due to a noisy muffler, and Gerald P. Perdue paid 89c costs on a charge ot disorderly conduct. Two stop signs have been erected at the corner of Main and North streets on the east edge of town. Traffic has been moving faster than the law allows, and the two signs will stop all north end south traffic between the Milwaukee depot and East Me Gregor street. Kossuth Girls Teachers Grads Two Kossuth county girls. Louise Sorensen of Algona and Marie Osterkamp of Wesley, were among the nearly 400 graduates who received diplomas at commencement exercises Friday, 13 YEARS When Elaine Stamer was graduated from high school at Paullina recently, she received a special gold pin and certificate. During her 13 years in school, from kindergarten to high school, she was neither absent nor tardy Extra 10% DISCOUNT During The Month of Jane-10% Off! This is the place to BUY'your SADDLES, BRIDLES and Other Equipment that goes with a full Riding Setup. 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