The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1955
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I, Mrs Marie Kunz and Mrs John Hutchison are visiting friends, at MilwaUKee; Wis. ; ' • , U Mr and' Mrs Duane Lighter were .at'For^t Dodge on business one day; last week, ' . ' ' ','•'. Mrs Warren Nelson, nee Valeria Butts, has begun work in the offices of Druggist Mutual. ' ' Mr and Mrs Leo Aulich and Pamela spent Sunday at -Austin, Minn., With Mr and-Mrs .Kenneth Highet. : , . i ' v , Mr and Mrs L. J. Cassel had the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs'Ri J. Neary, of Omaha,.' Neb), ' as weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Ernest Williams! were visited over the weekend by the letter's mother, Mrs 'Celja Everett, of Fort Dodge. • Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell had as guests one day last week the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Homer Young of Gainer. Mr and 'Mrs Louis McEnroe were visited over the weekend by Patricia Reilley and Nina Johnson of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr and Mrs William Ringgenberg were visited one 1 day last week by / the former's nephew, Cecil Ringgenberg, of Mason City., Mr and Mrs T. B. Simpson have returned from a vacation at Fort Worth, Houston, and Galveston, Texas, having been gone a few weeks. Jerry, ten year old son of Mr and Mrs Bernard- Briggs was taken home from St. Ann hospital Saturday following an ap- pendectemy. Mr and Mrs George Hobbs are being visited by the latter's mother, Mrs Bessie Dunn, who came Tuesday from Richland, Wash. Mrs Dunn is ! a former resident here. Mrs Celia Deal is at Fort Dodge with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs "Pete" Deal.Jo whom a son was born Monday. This makes them a. family of three, all boys. • . Mr and Mrs Dwaine Lighter and Mr and Mrs Ernest Williams drove to Fort Dodge a week ago Sunday *and from there went to Twin Lakes where Mr and Mrs Williams have a cottage. They did some ice skating after checking on the cottage. Mrs Harriet Rice has her. sister-in-law, Agnes Rice, of Bloomington, 111., as guest. Miss Rice recently returned fropi, Honolulu, Hawaii,: where she had accompanied Mrs. "Lucille Zerfass and spent a few months with Mr and Mrs Louis Verveer,,The men visitedj, awhile vi^CaJiiX and Mrs Zerfass repjalneia tor _ longer visit with her' late husband's relatives. She will be home about March 1. William Ringgenberg and Dean Taylor attended a Mercury sales meeting .at Fort; Dpdge ohe .day ast v/eek; '•->'*•,. ' ' * Mr and I Mrs Perry'BySrrt were visited ''- Tuesday •' by the letter's brother-in-law arid sister, Mr and Mrs Matthew Adams, of Austin .Vtinn. /,-,,•'('*••,•';•)<..,• Mr and Mrs'Rbberl Brewer are going to .Des Mbines this-week to fefeitheS Hphle- feftd^lbwef 'shtrfa at; tHe' Veieran's Memorial auditorium,,'. -•' '•• Bert Palmer is hospitalized at tl -Ann hospital. He suffered a ji/i TI.IIII iiuo£sii,cij> A*C ,«M***-i. *-« *• heart attack about a week ago It -is <just a year and a month since he Was there with an at jack. ' '; : Mr and Mrs L. E. Lihnan lef Tuesday for a vacation in Florida They plan to spend a fortnight a Palm Springs. .Mrs Carl Hutch Ins is staying; with the children Brian and Bernie".; Mr and Mrs H. S. Blossom and their son 'arid daughter-in-law, Mr and ' Mrs , Glair Blossbm,-;droye to Forest CW.'-a week ago Sun day to visit ? the". senior, Blossom's?on-in-law arid daughter, Mr and Mrs S'igurd Fardal and Dannie. - Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe is : again hospitalized;, at' "Mercy hospital, Mason City; being taken there Wednesday. Her son Jerry and sister-in-law Mrs Esther Benson drove there i Wednesday to see her. • Mr and Mrs Ward Allen have •moved to Oelwein. Mr Allen was a highway, patrolman. They had )een living .-in the Claude Samson apartment on east Call street which 'fs now occupied by Mr and Mrs Ed ,Wolcott. Mrs Dena Boekelman was vis- ted over the weekend by her daughter, Rosella, of Mason City. She also has her mother, Mrs Albert Slepe"r, '.of Buffalo Center as guest. She has 'been here a few weeks and will remain awhile longer. , . , Mr and Mrs Bill Naylor had as guests Thursday and Friday -Mr and Mrs Lynn Gear and three sons of Wierdale, Saskatchewan Canada. Mrs Geai-is a victim of polio, . and the family was en .route .to Grundy Center, where they plan to stay with Mrs Gear's mother, for a time. Mr and Mrs Dick Sorensen ant Jane left "today (Thursday) fc Houston,* 'Tex., and plan to to gone a couple of weeks. They wil be guests -of Dick's nephew and wife, Mr and Mr? Roger Sorensen. Enroute, they will be overnight guests', of: Mr and, Mrs Stan-. '. Dick Mr arid Mrs William Rtttggen- erg had Pete Waldron of Win- Jom, iMiniio as f guest. one day ast' Week.' s • Mr and Mrs Jfehft Crawley Were ecently Visited by the lattef's brother-in-law,and sister, Mr and Mrs Otto Jerisen df Ringsted. Dick Qodfredson hid as guests a Weekiagb Suriday at.the home of j his parents Mr arid Mrs Ernest Gbdfredson, MP end-Mrs Ger* aid Anderson, ; Clarettce Triskd, of'AmeS arid Mr and Mrs William filler of Des Moines. ' Mrs Mary Buenger was visited one day last week by her son-in- law* and daughter, Mr and Mrs Leo Hanselman. and her;sons and daughters^tt-la'w, 'Mr and Mrs Harvey Buenger and Mr : and Mrs Roy Buenger, Of West Bend. Mr and Mrs C. L. Cavanaugh recently returned from Fort Dodge,where they have .been the past two months while* Mr Cavahaugh was working at the Gill- mart drug store; Tuesday, he assisted at 'the Rusk drug store here. / •• • rMr and Mrs Jess LashbroOk have returned^ from Hutchison, Kan., where they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Carol Lashbrook. They also Visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Bode at Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrs 6len Smith went to Davenport last weekend visited the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ralph Smith, Enroute home they stopped at Fort Dodge to see Mr and Vtrs Robert McMurry and the new home they recently moved "Dick and' Carol Godfredson drove to Ames Tuesday to hear he Dave Brubeck concert at Ames. They were accompanied as far as Eagle Grove by their mother, Mrs -Ernest Godfredson, .who stopped there to' Visit her sbn-in' law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son, Billy. Mr and Mrs Jde Buscher, are expected home this w,eek from Brownsville^ Tex,, where . they have spent ' weeks. En- roiite home they will stop at Wichita Falls, TeX., to see their sort Jirh Who is service and at Mahhntteri, Kan., they'will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Edmund Reeve. Mrs Henry Douglas and her brother, Vic Parsons, went to Laramie, Wyo., to see their sister, Phyllis Parsons, who has hot been well of late, She has now entered a hospital at Denver, Colo. She iad been secretary' to a mathematics professor at the college at Liaramie and has made her home in the west a number of years. Mr and Mrs Raymond Loveall arid Mr 1 . *and Mrs Dick Sorensen drove to : Graettinger 'Sunday to visit Mr'and Mrs-Bob Simonsen, brother-in-law and sister of the women. The Simonsen's daughter, Sandra, was taken home Monday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, following surgery for an injured knee cartilage suffered in a recent fall. Mr and Mrs Don PeCoy of Sheboygan, Wis.,- are parents of twin daughters born Saturday. The infants weighed only three pounds each and are in an in nibator. There is another daughter in the family, Deborah, two. Mrs A. E. Briggs, mother of Don, is at Sheboygan to assist an the household work. Orpha Newsome is supervising the work at Mrs Briggs 1 beauty shop, during her absence. Feb. 22. The Miriam circle served'the luncheon. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek Visited his sister, Mrs Otto Schmitz and family of Clear Lake, Tuesday, Feb. 15. Mrs Martinek had been qonfined to her home by arthritis since early December. Mr and Mrs Wm. Halterman took two children to Mason City Thursday of last week for medical care of exema. Mrs Olive Erdman accompanied them. Diane Gardner, oldest daughter of Mr 'and Mrs Leon Gardner, resumed her school work in Britt [ast week following an attack of rheumatic fever, which had kepi her inactive since December 21. Mrs Dorothy Snook and David of Minneapolis came Friday afternoon and spent several days at the R. E. Newbrough home. She Was looking after her real estate business. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Baylor and Mr and Mrs Henry Weiland of Orthel township returned recently from a three week's vacation trip to Texas where, they visited the Dale Weiland'family at Texas City and the Merle Voiding family at Dallas. While at the Weiland home Mrs Voiding and the children joined the group, making a family reunion for the Henry Weilands. The day the lowans left Dallas to return home 'temperatures had dropped to 34. Thursday,, February 24, 19S5 Algeria (lo.) Upper Des Moines-3 Agronomist To Speak Here At Farm Banquet "Soil conservation and our health" will be the subjeqt of a alk to be presented by Dr. Geo. ScarsRth, director of research of ,he American Farm Research Ass'n at LaFayette, Ind. at the UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Marlene Neuroth A Bride At Wesley On Feb. 16th DAVIS Merry Mojd WATER SPRINKLER ninth annual Farmers' Evening School banquet, to be held in the high school annex next Monday evening, at 7 p.m. Dr. Scarseth was formerly head of the agronomy department of Purdue University, and acquired a wide reputation in his specialized field. The farmer members of the evening school, which is conducted by an advisory committee of farmers and George Sefrit, vocational agriculture instructor at Algona high, are inviting as their guests Algona business men. The general public is invited to hear Dr. Scarseth also, following the banquet, ecS&w "sold 'his Buick 'garage business to Harold 'Brandt and is going to look bver business possibilities at Houston. THE FIRST ', ^ • FLOWER-FRESH PRINT... AS ADVERTISED IN CHARM « $16.95 f^arolf'Jraig 18. Wesley—Marlene Neuroth, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Urban NeurotH, became the .bride of Norman Rowe of Wesley,, son of Mrs Mary Rowe of Carroll, Wednesday morning, Feb. 16. The marriage-ceremony was performed by Rev. L. N. Klem_ in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 9 o'clock. The bride's dress 'was of white net over satin floor length with a bodice of Chantilly lace, long sleeves and high neck. She also wore an heirloom pin, that was worn by her great great grandmp- 'ther on her wedding dress. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. Elaine Neuroth served her sister as bridesmaid. Don Rowe,, a brother of the bridegroom, was the bridegroom s attendant. . ' ., Patricia Reilmg, a niece of the bridegroom was flower girl. The colytes were Steven Studer, Jim Walker, David Hilbert an^ Jim Sisenbacher. Leo Hildman^ana Erwin Baumhoyer werjf,, J&nersl The wedding" dinner was .gel o a large group of relatives and riends in the parish hall. The young couple went to Omaha on a wedding 'trip, after which they will begin housekeep- ng in an Al Loebig apartment. The bride received her educa- ion in the parochial and public schools. The bridegroom attended St. Bernard's school' at Breda and is employed as trucker foi iis brother-in-law, Rteh Reilmg. Mr and Mrs Harold Weber will entertain their Sutz Us card club Sunday evening, Feb. 27. Mr and Mrs Will Hrubes entertained the group on Tuesday evening, Feb. 15. Mrs Will Lyons and Mr and Mrs Irwin Axness left Monday for their home at Park Ridge, 111. Mr and Mrs Robert Kirkpatrick left Monday for their home at Omaha, Neb. They left their two children with her folks, Mr and Mrs Esser at Rolfe. Th6se folks had attended the funeral here Saturday of Will Lyons and had spent the weekend at the Mrs Anna Reno home. Mr and Mrs John <Muehe, Mi and Mrs Albert Lickteig, Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and Mr and Mrs Howard Miller attended the K.C.s' 50th anniversary banquet and party at the KC Hall neai Algona Sunday evening, Feb. 20 Mrs Ed Garman was brough home from Mercy hospital, Mason City, the fore part of last week She was a surgical patient there The Junior Class plrfy "Its A Deal" will be presented Frida, evening, March 11. Mrff Heltn Kleinpeter is director. Mrs Joe Meurer entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon, Feb. 19. Mrs Bernadine Hamilton was a guest. This concludes their parties till after Easter. ' Mrs Helen Youngwirth was honored' at a birthday party at the home of Mrs Julius Becker near Livermore Thursday, Feb. 17. Other relatives who attended were John Youngwirth, Mr and Mrs Luke Youngwirth and family, Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth and family, Mr and Mrs 3ick Youngwirth and family and Mir and Mrs Dick May and family of Corwith. Mrs Louis Lickteig spent several days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs Ed Kenyon and family near Whittemore. Mrs Frank Hauptly was brought home Friday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge where she had been a patient 10 days. Art Plathe was a patient in the Veterans hospital, Des Moines recently. Jim and Wayne Neuroth lef Monday, for their homes at Talullah, La. following a week's vish with relatives here and with theu father, Ed Neuroth, a patient a a Rochester, Minn, hospital. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamiltoi were guests Thursday evening a a banquet at LuVerne, given bj the Chamber of Coriimerce. Ham ilton recently purchased a produci house in LuVerne. f Mass on Ash Wednesday, Feb 23 in St. Joseph's Catholic church was at 8 a.m. Lenten devotions will be held each Wednesday evening at 7:30 and each Friday and Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton attended the wedding of his brother Luke Hamilton and Rachael Uisch at St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona Monday morning Feb. 21 at<9 o'clock, and the. wedding dinner at the Johnson House in Algona. Mr and Mrs John Meyer will move soon from the Gayle Studer apartment to the apartment in the Grifhorst building. Meyers operate a lunch room at the east end of main street. Mrs Helen Johnson and Mrs Irene Studer were guests at the Bill Foth home in Algona Thurs aay evening of last week. Mrs Charley DeRosa was a surgery patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona,'last week. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson and Mrs Clifford Carlson were hostesses to their, Ladies Aid group •^Wednesday", 'Feb. 23. " v - : >» Mrs D. L. Foster of Marathon national president of Woman's -Missionary Society of the Evan- -elical Free Church was guest peaker in the local church Friday evening, Feb. 18 at 8 p.m She gave an interesting talk on ier recent visit \ to the mission ield in Canada. The Lions Club met Tuesday SLIDE DOW FORA SLICK DEAL TO Kossuth Motors Fr!., Sat., and Monday Limit 1 to I Customer An exceptional value! Th'ls dainty 7-inch Merry Maid sprinkler is made of durable plastic with sprinkler cap. Cap snaps on head with water-tight seal. Perfect for sprinkling clothes, tor liquid starches, detergents, bluings, etc., or can be used for watering household plants. Brightly colored — makes a ^wgnderful decoration, that,, any housewife will be proud'* „ to display. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amon Used Cars HAM SALE remium Center Cut End Cut Lb. S9e Lb. 57c WHOLE MAM Lb. SSc Rupert Ocean Perch 3 - $1 Fish Sticks 3 for $1 Longhorn CHEESE ...Lb. 49c .., uJL^gjijjjjijasjs^aM ' '"~•—•"•"• GROUND BEEF 1953 Bfei-Air Sport Coupe .„,.., 1953 Chevrolet Tudor 2-1952 Chevrolet Fordors 2-1951 Plymouth Fordors 1951 Chev. 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