The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1954 · Page 12
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!*• ft" V (la.) Upper D6t Mdlnei * Tuesday, July 27, 1954 Reunion Held July 18th Fehton ij- The annual WiddeJ reunion yvasjield Sunday, July 18 at the" Colnmu^iity Center in Peftton. Those attending weie Mr and Mfa Duane Widdel, Gary an4. Patty ol Armstrong, Mr and Mrs- Mervin Widdel and family, Linda, Keith, Natlcy, Dick and John of Ringstedv Mr and Mrs" Harry Haase, fidith Hayenga, Mr and Mrs Walt Widdel, Mr and Mrs William Maase and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meiers, ••!& and Mrs Louis weisui-oa, ivu-s Herman Gade, Mr and Mrs Harold Berkeland, Joel'and Kent, M,r and Mrs Donald Gross, Cheryl and Marcia and Harry Widdel of Fenton, Mr ahd Mrs Byron HaUge and Terry, Mrs Carrie Haase, Mr end Mrs Gail Haase, Ann, iJonna and Sally and Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase, Lee and Karen of ATgona; Glenn Haase of Webster City. Maxine Mapes, Arthur Fink and Mrs Mary Fink of Waterlo.o, Mr and Mrs Kern ElerlCk, Brian and Judy Kay" of Jefferson la. and Mr arid Mrs Ed Widdel of St. Paul, Minn. The eldest guest at the reunion was Mrs Mary Fink, age 80 years of Algona and youngest guest was Patty Widdel, six month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Dwane Widdel. of Armstrong/ ~Mr and, Mrs Dale WeUbrod and girls 'were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Lloyd Cornelius home at Graettinger. Mrs Henry Tienian is glowly improving at her 'home at the time of this writing. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and ' famyy wer:e Sunday evening.visi- tors at the Dale Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Paul Cooper and twin sons David and Dennis of Indianapolis, Ind. are spending the 1 week at the S. E. Straley home. Judy Higley of Fairmont is, wuuy IAA^ICJ w* * W«*M«W«— . —I spending this week at the -Geq. Jentz home. . •'.'.. Cleo Meyer of Whittemore is spending a few days at the Martin Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs Victor Struecker and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Alfred Kohl-, haas home at LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Harold Nelson and Maridean of LaCreston, Calif, and Mr and Mrs John Struecker and boys were Saturday evening callers at the Victor Struecker home; Mr and Mrs Delond Bolle are V the proud parents of a 7 Ib. 14 oz. boy born Sun., July 18 at the Errimetsburg hospital. The little lad will be named David Allen. They have one other son. Dr. and Mrs Vincent Votleller returned home this past week from California. Enroute home they had spent a few days at the. Dr. and Mrs Robert VotteUer. home at Salt Lake City. . \ Mrs Walt Widdel of Fenton al' tended a baby shower Tuesday afternoon in honor of her granddaughter Patty Widdel. The shower was held at the home of Mrs Ray Sanders. Norene Twair and Marsha and Pamela Randa are visiting this week at the home of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt. Mrs Olga Huskamp is a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley and Mr and Mrs Paul Copper and sons David and Dennis visited Tuesday afternoon at the Donald Void home at Lake Mills. Mr ind Mrs Clarence Underwood and Mr and Mrs Frank Me Fall returned home Monday after Vacationing a few days in the Dakotas and Nebraska, L Mr and Mrs Peief Hftndft Spent the ^eekend at the Wilfred Bierstedt home. , ' Mr and Mis Letter 1 Gade and and Mrs Gade's parents Mr arid Mrs Otto Koelske of Chicago spent from Saturday till Tuesday at the Herman Gade homp. Dirtner and! supper guests Sunday at-thfe home of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt, in honor of Wilfred and Pamela Randa's birthdays were Mr and Mrs Pete Randa, Mr and Mrs Percy Randa arid girls, Mr and Mrs, Elmer ttanda and boy.s, Mr and Mrs HfirVey Barkve and Loretta and Mr and Mrs George Twait ahd family. Mr and Mrs William Haase and ^fanilly and 'Mr and Mrs Harold Berkland and boys were Monday evening . callers at the Herman Gade' home. k , Thursday evening callers at the Wilfred Bierstedt honie were Mr and Mrs Herman Haack and Delores, Mr and Mrs Hilbert Bier- Stedt and family, Mr and Mrs Carl Beck and family, Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack, Mr and Mrs E. Siems and Mr and Mrs Eldon MX and Mrs Albert Mitchell and BeNora and Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell visited Sunday at the Chester Skaar home at Primg- Mr and Mrs Jacque Otto and girls of DeWitt returned home after spending a few days at the parental Henry Schulte home. Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and George and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys visited Monday evening at the Merle Voigt home. • _ , The Fenton Forwards 4-H Club the oiv'How 'to." Store Canned Foods was given by Janet Behne, A Demonstration on How to ( Frost a .Butter Cake was given by Judy Juhl.and Nancy ; Sundae, Joyce Voigt gave her 'report .on the convention. Plans were made for the Achievement Show to be fteld August 2 at the Arnold Juhl home. All mothers are asked to be present. . • Mrs Merle Voigt and girls and Mrs • Gerhardt Hantelman and Paul spent Monday visiting relatives at Graettinger. Mr tad Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Lloyd Kern home. Mr and Mjrs Paul Voigt and girls" and Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and girls were Wednesday evening supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids visiting Mr and Mrs Herbert Wiske and family. Mrs Wiske and children returned with the Me Falls for a vacation. Cheryl Gross spent several days this past week visiting at tho Glenn Kfouse home at Ft. Dodge met Monday evening at dome of Alvina Miller. A N. VV. Paid County $34,190 The Chicago & Northwestern railroad paid a total of $34,100 in taxes in 1953 in Kossuth, county, the . company announced this week. 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