The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1955
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J-AIgdrto (Id.) Upper 5e$ Moines Thursday, June 23, 1955 Navy Company Honor Man Edward L. Johnson and son Jerry, ;iiiri Mis John Sheppard and her 1'anulv. v. 1,. N. Hen. M' Great Lakes, 111. — Receiving an honor man certificate and an engraved identification bracelet during recruit t. ^ \ >at o, >,t 'he Naval Training Center here June 11 is Lmn^ D Lh ; >< , , ,m recruit. USN. son of Mr and "Mrs Frank W. Elh it oi V. l i 'Un ' ••..'. lo\va. Marine Col. W. K. Enright. reviewing offitu n , • presentation. Before entering the Navy in Apnl la .". i- L, «.'i ii'uni Cor Divinum Seminary, Donaldson. Ind. He was selected hi'Jior fran of his recruit company b commanding officer-; and fellow membeYs. SPR-APITrS Form 52 Infant Baptized The baby b_>y born to Mr ;mc! M; - Benny Hinder en day 5 wa- !':.pii7vj Smvi.iv :n S C;it:-.>iv Chiiivn iiy 1 Kirm ;.nd n;;:nrd .T. .':-. and Mrs H, •:;-,, <"i Ku-k e: 1 .--!' \v< ;e .-p iii:-v.!'.- aivi ti'.r Hi'.-k.: f:i!v.:;v \vrre Sun !;;y dinner iHiests til 'he Studer ::o:ne. The baby w ;•<.-• tared f"f a! Si Ann !v>-pllal .^evi-r.ii wei.k.-' after his birth'. I Richtsmeier Guests ; Mr and Mr.- M. C. Welsh nf , B>;"n. I!! visited la.-' week : :n the A. X. Riehtsrr.eier h«me. O: 1 . Thursday Mrs Riehtsmi :or ae- c ••;-"anied them to Lohrviiie \v h,-..- re thev spent the day with M: .i;-,} Mrs Paul Schmrtt.' T:-,;,'. : cv i n'.i'i l tp.i-y attended the dinner .<r-:i InsialuHU'ii ivremonies uf the C.ith'ihc Daughters of America. at Churdan. Mss Schmi^f. the f.crntT Pat Rii'htsmeier. was in- 5'aiifd as Grand Regent of the- I C'T.J: dan Court. !_A::.<> RichtsTi-.eier. R. N. left i uv.-'."i; : .y n-.->rnini; by plane from Ma-i'ii C;'y t • her work at St. .)>, .sv'ph's :-.'>spi;.il at Phoenix. A: •'..-. S':;> had spent two weeks at t : •:• :;• nv/ of her parents, Mr arid Mr.-- A. N. Richtsmeier and Pastor To Conference Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlssori accompanied by Joyce Ostef- cainp and Mary Puffer, the lat« tei .-f Britt. left Sunday noon for \ViiT>na I-.ake. Ind.. where they arc attending a week annual cori- te:i.-ii..-<- nf t!ie Evangelical Free C.'Hirch ministers. Hilton Hansen of the Upper Flat Church Congregation wiii prtu/r, in the Upper Flat and the Evancelieal Free Church Sunday . . AROUND ALGONA . . Mr and Mrs Don Clark and children spent Sunday at Jamaica where they attended a wedding Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs and K»d and Tom went to Titonka t" spend FaUvVs Day with Mr UK-kiefs' parents. Mr and Mrs W. H. Ricklefs. Charles. Lawson_ and. Eileen, Colleen and Let and Wava Woodward spent Father's Day at Mason City visiting Mv and Mrs J. H. Woodward. Mr and Mrs Clifford Randall of Mason City were recent guests c! Mr and M'rs Clair Thomas. They also visited Mrs Randall's parents. Mr and Mrs George Wolf o! Lu Verne. Mr and Mrs William Schutjcr had as their guests on Suhduy. Mr Sehutjer's parents. Mr and Mrs Roy Walroci and Cheryl Beth of Titonka and his grandmother, Mrs Marie Dennis of Britt. Milo Rentz accompanied Sari Miller by plane to HackensacK, Minn., and went fishing at Vs'o- nan's lake from Saturday until ruesday. Mrs Miller and children eft the saniy day by cvi:. Th.L.v eported the fishing very -o-.-d. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrot have :is their uuests. Mr and Mrs Harry Henatsch of Alliance. Nebraska where thv Parrotts fonri'-rly iiveri. The Pas-rots plan to leave 'iver the weekend for a vacation it Vestergards resort on Lake Okoboii. Dr. and Mrs Robert Lee and five children arrived here Monday from their home in Builing- U;n tor a week's visit with the Doctor's mother. Mrs Mabel Lee and his brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Howard Stillm;m. Upon arrival, two of the Lee children came down with eases of the mumps. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster were ! houseeuest of Mr and Mrs Dallas Foster at Fdrt Docile while attending the Annual Methodist Conference {mm Friday until Monday. Members of Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi enjoyed t. pienic Tuesday evening in the back yard of Mrs Clayton Pittman. 'Die committee in charge wr.; Mrs Pittman. Barbara Haggard and Mrs David Smith. Mr and Mrs Wesley Bartleil \ were at Lincoln. Nebraska. Mon- ! day ai:d Tuesday, when.- Mr Ba 1 1- j lett asH^ted in organizing a new j Kiwa.'i.'s t!s;b. He plans t" attend j the K: - .van:s, convention, m C'leve- ! hind. Ohio next week. ; • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Takes Canadian Trip Mr and Mrs- Edward Thissen arid two children of Waterloo came Sunday. June !9. Mrs Thissen and children ivmaiiKd for a visit at pai'T.ta'i. Mr.- Helen J'-hn.-or; .home and with iler sister. Mi- Martin ILimtU-'ii ^nd Mrs Hamilton. Mr Thi.-^-n and his !>!•• >'.•!•• .--i:i-:, ; --v. J ., ,.• j-.ihnsun are on a vac.stii-n ;;r-'!>;n_i trip to Canada. J-:- is on va;-a- tion fr.o.i ';ie Farmi i < Co-Oj- Lumber Company. Tir.--(•;-, is <>:. vacation U-MIV. •ho*Rv.h P.-.chir,.; Mrs Craig Smith has received word of. thv birth, of »i t~on to her In 'I'.ncr-in-law and sister, Mr and Mr.- Robert Corcoran of New York t'nv. Mrs Corcoran is the former i Guests At Wingerts i Father-: D.,v L,u---t-'at :h, 1 ; ivnce W.:;.u-rt ;;u:..-, t . :•:, <v ! ther Gcr.'ld Win^c.-. .,:;,:! h Hutn Flemsnu and this is their j keeper ••!' StyiinV; M. ; : :vl ;n.-t elishl. He has been named ' Luuis \V:n^ert and tv.x IVJM Mark Hobert. Haifa! .; Mr ar.d COMPARE OUR STYLE $ 150 COMPARE OUR QUALITY COMPARE OUR PRICES Let her know how much you really love her by giving perfect CARDINAL Bonded Diamonds beautifully set in FEATURE LOCK. JEWELRY Mr and Mrs Fred Loescher and ehiklren of Minneapolis came Saturday for a week visit at the Fred Thomas home. The men are army buddies. Mr and Mrs Sain Aine took b r mother. Mrs Anrfa Severseike Ij.-e.'k to her home at Story City Sim-lay following a week visit here. Mr and Mrs Otto Henderson and Mr and Mr; Mike Flom and Roger enjoys;:! a sight-seeing trip thru northeastern Iowa ' Sunday. They visited the Nors wegian museum at Decorah, the I collection of hand carved clocks ! at Spillville. the smallest Catholic Ichuich in the world at Festina, | the Jesuit College at Prairie De ! Chein. Wis. and points of interest I at McGregor and Fort Atkinson. ' Sister Alary Hemmingild came Monday from Milwaukee, V/i?., to visit her mother. Mrs Anna Hauptman and other relatives. Sister Hemmingild has been teaching at Sunfish, Kan. a number of years. Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and family spent the weekend at the home of his parents. Mr and Mrs Mike Goetz and family. Scoutmaster Reese Martin. Patrol leaders, Bill Fox and Earl Goetz. and scouts, Jimmy Walker, Alan Jordan. Louis and Erwin Martin. Paul Pfeffcr. Don Juchem, Roger Flom and Gary Smith had a picnic supper Thursday at Clear Lake. They also did some fishings. Mr and Mrs Stanley Johnson and Mr and Mrs Ga.vle Studer spent the weekend at the Johnson cottage at Lake Okoboji. Sunday evening they visited the O. V. Johnsons at "Albert City, where David and Steven Johnson had spent Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs Mike Flom had a tumor removed from her left arm Thursday at the Britt hospital. Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek and Jerry Bob and Mr-> Martinek's mother. Mrs Ann Hauptman and Mr and Mrs Will Martinek attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mr ,and Mrs Stanley Sindelor Sunday at Ft. Atkinson. Iowa. Mrs W. F. McElmurray aifc' daughter Daisy, arrived Juno 4 for a week visit at the George Seaberg and Joseph Skow homes On Sunday. June 12, the Joe Skow and Louis Simpson families were also guests at the Seaberg home. Mr and Mr? Turn MeMahon and family of Pocahontas visited friends here Sunday. Leonard Becker, son of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker had r, tonsiilectomy Monday. June 'M. at St. Ann hospital. Algona. j • Julius Matern had an appendectomy at Mercy hospital. Mason City Friday morning. Chervil "Meurer. K. N. of For! Dodge spent Thursday and Friday of last week at the parental, Joe Meurer home. Mr and Mrs O. M. Hall. Hanlon- lown visited Wednesday evening with her sister. .Mrs Lester Lease and Mr Lease. Lois Gotz returned home June 12 from a trip to the east coast with a group of girls from Des Moines. Mrs Clyde Smith of Livermore and Mrs Jack Metille and sons of Tucson. Ariz, were Wednesday evening dinner guests at 'lie Robert Rockwooci home. Mrs Smith and Mrs Roekwood are sisters and Mrs Metille is a sister-in-law. ' Mrs J. L. Walker entertained the members of her bridge e'ub Thursday afternoon. June Hi. Mrs Tom Fwburger was a guest. salesman Edward L. Johnson arrived home Friday from Minneapolis, where he attended school a week, taking a general business course, sponsored by the Midland Oil Company. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson and Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson attended funeral in Eagle Grove Thursday of the former's aunt, Mrs Sophia Larson. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton had as their Sunday evening dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Edward fhisst>n and children of Water!*!;-.. Dr. R J. Thissen o! Aljjc-na and Mrs. Helen Johnson and Joe. Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker and three children were Sunday cuests of his parents, Mr and Mr;; Ben Walker at West Bend. Mrs diaries Mullin left Friday for Warreni-burc. Mo., where s-lic will visit relatives for several weeks. Mr and Mrs Herman Lyons and family of St. Paul spent the weekend at the parental Ed Hildman home. The two families wore Saturday evening dinner gusts at the Robert Kain home hear Stxlun. The Lyons family a'.U.'icied a family gathering a: the George Scuffam home near Algonn Sunday. Loren Lease spent the weekend at the parental. L. L. Lease home. He is now employed Co of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Philip Sheridan and family of Northvvood were Sunday guests at the Lael Root home and took home their daughter Cynthia, who had spent 10 days at the Root and George home. Mr and Mrs Norman Allison and family of Mason City joined the Roots and Sheridans for a picnic dinner at the parental George Sheridan homo Sunday noon. The K.Y.N. Circle of the Methodist church met June 5 With Mrs Clarence Ackcrson. Mr and Mrs John Weig and t w o daughters, Mrs Walter Drummer of Renwick: and Mrs Ed Drummer of Laurel spent Wednesday in Anamosa with their son and brother, Eugene Weig. Mr and Mrs Oved Watson of Eagle Grove visited Friday here with .their daughter, Mrs Del Rogness and family. 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