The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1955 · Page 2
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.•• f * eX 1 .1to »;*<i«*I 2-Alflena (la.) Upper Bies Motrtei thyfsdfly, July f, 1955 Mr and Mrs Archie Elberi vysre visited over the July 4 holiday by Mr and Mrs Ralph Scott of Sprihg Valley. , Mary Jo KrJep^ flew lo Chicago Sunday having spent a month- here with -her parents, Mr'and- Mrs N. J. KriepS.; • Mr arid Mrs, Harold Erpelding had' as holiday weekend guests.: Mr and Mrs Willard Wessel and Glen of Fort Dodge. Mr: and Mrs Clem Elbert and Jacquelyn had as July 4 guests . Mr and Mrs- John SWinney • ot Rapid City. • Mr and Mrs Arnold Lallier and Mr and Mrs James Kunkel of Forest City, were-recent guests at the home of Mrs Mary Lallier. Dannyt son of Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz, spent a week with his sister; Mrs Dick Henvick, and her husband at Elmore.. Mrs Henvick is the former Donna Rentz. Mr and Mrs Gordon Rente and two Children of Mason City spent Saturday at the Milo Rentz home. ' Gordon is a nephew of Milo Ren- ,'tz.' • - • Mr and Mrs Ray Cook spent the July 4 weekend at Clinton with Mr and Mrs George Carmody. The Carmodys are former residents of here. Mr and Mrs Charles Murphy drove'to .Williams to attend fu- neral services Monday morning for Mr 'Murphy's brother, Jack, Who had been in poor health for some tilne. Mrs Millie Nolle was recently visited by her son Bob, of Duluth, Minn. He is a former resident here and will be well remembered. At one time he was employed at the Ben Franklin store. Mr and Mrs Dick • Post and children and Mrs Elizabeth Post drove to the Okobojis Sunday to see the Dick Post's son Bob on "visitor day" at the camp Bob is attending a fortnight. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith have returned from a Vacation of a week spent at the Lake of the Oziirks and at Des Mdines with Harold's aunts, Mrs Alfred Hoffman and Miss Christine HoK- man. '• -• Mrs Augusta Lavrenz has been visited by her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Marvin Horr of Miami, Ariz., Mr and Mrs Kenneth Martin of Union, Mo., and Mrs Amelda Wermersen and daughter Jean, of Tuscon, Ariz. Mrs Wermersen and Jean have been here the past month. ' Mrs Milo Reniz had a call from Mrs Cecil Steward of Hazelcrest, 111. announcing the birth of a baby boy to her sister, Mrs James Ireland. The baby weighed 7 Ib. 8 oz. and has been named Gary Richard. There aff now three boys and two ; girls ift the Ireland flmily.; <>> ...: ; $ . ' Mrs rtoyd f urns* Ht§ teeeiyed Word that her siltfr,^Mrs Mar- tiri Peterson of Armstrong recently suffered a stroke. She is in. the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Cornelius De Kruif, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs Turner, are'taking her to Eslherville this week to see Mrs Peterson. , Women of St. Cecelia's Caiholid church will serve* the customary luncheon Thursday, July 7. Chair-; ladies will be Mrs Harold Knecht and Mrs Herman Thilges. Serving Will begin at 11:30 a.m. and the menu will be chicken salad, pot" ato chips, fresh buttered peas, sliced tomatoes, rolls, home made, pie, coffee or milk. : ; tars Kaiherine McEvoy wen{ to Minneapolis, Minn., June 5, to attend ;he graduation from 8th grade of her granddaughter, Kit, daughter of Mr and Mrs Maurice McEvoy. Kit had attended the St. Benedictine school which teaches only as far as eighth grade. Of the class of forty-tWee Kit had the highest grades. ,Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Mr and Mrs Julius Capesius arid Mrs Clara Walker spent Thursday at Monterey, Minn, as guests of Peter C. Reding at the Mrs M M. Miller home. Peter C. is a brother of the ladies. The men report very good crops in Minne- sota, the ; tbi?ri;;'on •.•'Mjp;tj 5 . fc.V-* i fx f/;^;''. i '"il-]^''(ijiti'iSS iOia^Ufj whd; ahd^MKahcpfMfs HoVeland of Minneapolis, They 'w'efe""jbiWdd fn" " by Mf .ufifld, MrS ; D6ji and Mr and Mrs Johft St. Benedict;-Mr and Harig :'and-;Randy .ot- —._,, Mr and Mrs Rbbei^Lieim A t. which 1 others Iri were Mf lud and&»% Mr df Masoft - hie.HiheS. nd; , Mrs tiarblcP Eifp&talii erilei-l tained at a. picnic, party! ^teheri daughter; JkneManejtwh/i. was 1: year -bid July ^'•imelteMr^ the gtarVdrrYtitheiV' M1fS,:'j6liit*Ei % - peldirtg and Margueritej Mrt Ed Tigges, ^ari^iin Martfn Pflfatf&i., and Alari, Barbie Paul Lemkee and Craig, Mrs Diffk McGinnis and Suzanne, 'Mr,|" Leo Thilges, Linda, Gloria AhrMdnct Michael, Jane,, Marie's ;, Sister, Becky'. Jane Mane, 'received rhany presents, and icb cream and cake were served. , " Mr and M*s Pete Halsnid been visited by their sdn, iM/Sgt. Russell Halsrud, his Wife:- and family: They left July S fot Waycross', Ga., and the jwife ' and family . will live there With her family while' Sgt. Halsrud, .is J>ver- seas. He will 'report at Sari Diego Calif., and will leave from 1 there A family picnic was :held* July 4 Elaine Wagnfe?, daughter of Mr and ; Mrs Orvilie Wagner, student at the Electfrinie, Radio, .Television Institute' in pnteha, spent the July 4th; weekend with; home fplkS. . : ].'••/• .:/,;'.'•;: ' ' , ' Mrs Marvin Reding entertained the' Pafmer'ette 800; dliib in her home V/edrWs.d8y '"evening .with Mrs Albert'Kmmet &nd Mrs Richard: Kbhlhaas; as ' guests. High pnise^Was \IWarded to Mrs Raymond •Thilges'; tra^Vel:to Mrs Mar> tin':Fri'ders; "andilow 'isrize to, Mrs Wilford - l^ohlrJ|as.'. Mrs Milfbrd Plathe entertains, the club oh Wednesday, [tffity 27. ''Mr. and Mrs/George Wagner and daughte'r 1 Shirley were visitors; recently in the George Scuff- ham home for a visit with Ws Scuffharri's brother, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lyons .and family, of Artesian, Calif., visitofs here". ' 'Pat McGuire entered^ : St. Jo- sep%? ; l^f%i>¥ "}" '"$$ MAgm Mf^»tufc%; for ^Jl 3 ! |g^?^ra||fS S 1 - *6t|||i; ifftl. family were weekend .visitors With.Relatives .at. Lit.ehfjeld, Minn., where a fahiify gathering Wls Held. Mr' atid.Mi^ ;JrjM ; Flynn ari'd family froM'Nefr Jersey and Mr aftd Mrs -RfchSrd'Olson Irom I CtlOVJ 1 , C^bl *>** w,.*..-, „ | Ol«pft 1 |rpts!«f ers: ° f Schrtelder.. ; - . " ' - Mr and Mrs Joseph Schumacher and family of Colorado Springs, Colo'.v and 'Mrs Charles Patrick and 'daughters of'jlipng 'Island, N. Y.V'Wfee Visltbrs here this week with the Nicholas Weydert family.^ Mrs Weydert is : a sister of Mfs Schumachelf and Mrs Fat- 'rick. : -' -'." /" ;: V .'"V;C.:-'v'- Mr 1 a'hct Mr& Jpe SintiWell, Connie arid' Mike' ;attended s ihe; fural m'ail state'c6n^Htiph .in'Becjjrah from Wedn.esdia'^" thf6ugK >$al,ur- day.' . ': : ,i:.'- s "\ :J : £/;.'.' ' -v • • . • .,-•>:.." ' ; ' " • • '••'•. '.•'.-* N. L. Cotton, Angus Cotton Jr. of Chicago, ill,; Mr and Mrs^Ang; us Cpttori, Mrrand Mrs WvJ.;Cptr ton and John, and Mr 'and ;Mrs Kenneth' Jackson and Michael, all of Xohe Rock and Mrs H. E.. Morgan of Aigona? Were guests Sunday at the Harley; SheMito • home in Spencer in honor of N. L. Cot- tjTjri's : 89th birthday.^ ijDlsti-lot Court '• Frlstedt, Att6 , IcJWa SrlirWTonv :»^?fSpg W& : ^J^^s& fyii^^lli^ a^^s^tmi" with' the vaeation ftfta s above-deseHbesd f " tiublUiation fcbsts and certain you are tys r be sited OKI"...-. the'CourtclI.'rrteetm, j. •;_., >- T.i.i.. jj8 ( jo r ddle &LyOt *46 es " oln , His 16th day of, 1SSS. : ' •' :/ '"-' ; ' ' •' " ; -' CITY OP ALOONA, By. Linda, B^Claf) (Published JuV>- 7 and iful; ,ln The Algbna'llo vr '-" |es). ' ' : - ; ; State ° (IOWa I' Ih'District eourt .^^.6^" lty 'A^UTerm.:^ TO Ait-:WMOM IT WAV- CONQEKN YOU ARB!'HEREBY NOTIFIED,;!™ an irtstntment at «i jttng pli'rjjprtthg t CSALVANIZBD STEEL _ JORIITG COMBINATIOK: you mote tiottvehicnce and (Oil than 4iiy pihir f opmbinaJ|| window 1 / RUSCO .DOOR HOODS Alii WINDOW CANOPIES add gm ly ^o Ihe beauty of your her' Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741«Vf* aflet 6 p.m.| pisplay.iJi 116 So. 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