The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1955
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2-Algdna (la.) Uppif D«i MftinM Thursday, July 14, 1*55 19 Burt Boys At Okoboji Scout Camp Burl—Some 19 boys from I he Scout troop here are attending Scout Camp this week at Oko- ho.ii. These men took the boys to ramp Sunday: Stanley Black. Ray Hoppus, Pat McGuire. Walt Steward. Raymond Westling and Dr. Hamsfreet. The latter stay- fid the fir«l days with the troop. Plan? are for a meeting which parents are to attend on Wednesday evening. The following boys are at camp: Gary Abba? Gary Black, Terry Joe Cook. Clifford Curtis. Duane Gebken, Gary Giddings. Grover Giddings. Gordon Giddings. Jerry Gifford. Duane Hinckley. Jay Hoppus. Richard Lavrenz, Joe Gary McVay. Keith Larry Olson. Perry Larry Westling and Wcstling. McGuire, Mitchel'. Steward. Valjean Mr and Mrs Fred Hartman of Crete. 111. are visiting Ihe latter's mother, Mrs Bertha Mansmith this week. They also visited Ihe Phil Puffers in Corwith. the Lawrence Gillespies in Algona and the George Manus home here. The women are all daughters of Mrs Mansmith. Mr and Mrs Walter Steward called on the John Scotls near Ringsted enroute home from Okoboji, Sunday evening. Infant Baptisms Recent infant baptisms at St. John's Lutheran Church included Katherine Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Eimers, whose sponsors were Mr and Mrs Emil Eimers; Peggy Ann. daughter of Mr and Mrs Emil Hasse Jr., with Mrs Paul Claussen of Mallard, Esther Hasse and Mrs Francis Stroebcl as sponsors. Rev. and Mrs Wittkopp were dinner guests at the Emil Hasse home following the baptism. Honor Miss Habeger A miscellaneous shower given at the Methodist Church Tuesday evening honoring Fern Habeger was attended by some 70 relatives and friends. A program of the following was given: saxophone duct by Barbara Dremmcl and Mary Keith; dance presentations. "The Three Sch- moos" by Betty Mitchell, Sheila Rachut and Rochelle Andrews; and a "Name the Cake" contest After the gift opening lunch was served bv the hostesses. Return From Wisconsin Mrs Nolle Peters returned Thursday from Turtle Lake, Wis. where she had spent the past three weeks with the son and family, Mr and Mrs J. D. Peters and Karen. Mary Peters of Elgin, 111. came home on Wednesday after visiting the George Gob- harts in Whitewater, Wis. Lester Steward that they arrived homo in Phoenix. Ariz, on Friday, going by way of Colorado where they planned to visit relatives. Mr and Mrs John Hennings and son of Mishawaha, Indiana wcie dinner guests at the Walter Stewards Tuesday last week. They visited other relatives it 1 , and around Burt also. Mrs Orville White Jr. and sons of Nashville. Term, will visit Mrs Jessie Rash and family the week of July 18. Mrs Willi-am Ernst of Northbrook, 111. plans to accompany the others to Burt. Sunday dinner guests at the George Hawcott home were: Mr and Mrs Jack Wallace and three children of. San Antonio, Texas: Mr and Mrs V. C. Wallace and Ralph of Mason City: the Wallace Hawcotts, Mrs Etta Holdren and Sharon Runche and Mrs Bertha Wallace. M/Sgt. and Mrs Jack Wallace and children spent Sunday night and Monday with the Hawcotts also. Mrs Etta Holdren and her granddaughter Sharon Runche. the latter of Norwood, Mo., left Monday evening from Boone for Biggs. Calif, where they will visit Mr and Mrs Charles Runche and other relatives. Mr Runche is a son of Mrs Holdrens. Mrs Henry Weiner went to the Estherville hospital again after spending some two weeks at het home here. Mr Weiner is with the son Carl and family, in Cedar Falls the past several weeks. Silver Wedding ForOftosen Couple July 6 Ottosen—Mr -and Mrs Irvin Movick celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary, July G, and supper guests that evening at the Movick home were Mr and Mrs Bennie Movick and Janice of Lynn Grove and Mr and Mrs C. E. Lander of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson. Mr and Mrs Bennie Movick were the couple's attendants and Mrs Lander was soloist at the wedding. Thursday evening a group of friends came in for a social evening and to help the couple celebrate. Those present were M" and Mrs Mike Coyle, Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel, and Leslie Ann, Mr and Mrs Roy Telford, Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson, Mrs S. Nelson and Mrs Rena Enockson and grandson. Henry Meier is at home following surgery at University hospital recently. Mrs Meier was at the hospital with him, and they both visited their daughters and families in Des Moines he- lore coming home. Esther Hodgson was a 1 patient at the St. Ann hospital, Algona. the past week. The Birthday Circle annual picnic will be held at the Burl Park, Friday- afternoon, July 15. Pvt. Melviri Haase, who is on leave from Fort Hood, Texas, is .•-pending the time with his parents, Mr and Mrs Chris Haasc and other relatives. Mrs Lottie? Is-enberger spent the weekend with her sister. Mrs Fred Rythcr in Algona and attended the golden wedding anniversary observance of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr ana Mr.- Clark Godden on Sunday eve ning. Rev. and M.VS Thomas Lot* and children of Runnemcde, N. J were guests at the J. L. Miller ami Ed Frederickson homes last week. Mrs Paul Olson entertained fnond.- at her home Friday alternoon. tin- occasion being a linen viiower in Jean Smiths !;oiioi Cards weir played will, pri/e... going In Nadine Boimey for lnul; score anrj Maureen Vo"el '."' low. The pn/es were prc- •-ented to I'M- honor ^uesl which -lie opened along with othei lovely gifts. Tllf hostes,'- served lunch. Jean Smith, will be married to Dale I.nrkwood Sundav. Ju!v 17. at tl.e Methodi.-I church, in Buit. Claia VanSleenberge and Lottie I.-'-nber.uer with He ail a Butt and Lvuia Sc'nwietcrt wei c in Lakota Wednesday ..fternoon. wiieie ihev railed on friend.- then went in Buffalo Center win-re thev vi.-.iu-d a iiirnd. Mis Green- Jicld in the ho.-|j!t;.ii there Mr and Mis Alt l.t\,-nn .-pent a iccent v, ..-ekerH with, the latter's b: other. Harrv Scwick in Ireton. I.uia Sev. ick who visited liii-M.- n-tui lied to Bui I Im a fi-w day- Sunday evi rung Mi aiui Mi- Andy Nau.'nai- are parents ol ,, daunhtei h'.rn to them July 2 at t!. t - BnniiM.u hospital. Burl. The baijy v.i-iyi, ed 7 pounds and i 4 oun< i-- and at tin-- mm ha- DO| i,. in nair.i'u Thi.s baby make> a {,,in:ly oi three.-'mi.-> and tluee dauui.U i s im the Nauinan.^. Mi and Mr.- Cii >i ^( Niiuman. li.iin.-i i'.\, and Mr ,,n-i Mis Henry Dack.-n l.-ne P,o,,. arc the RI an-.ipai ent. Mr.- Beitha St.,\\ and .%!: Cora Stov, .-jceoinjj.j].:!-i Mr ,,i-,.j Mrs L. Daniel.- in Tiii-iiK., Sunday evening, where li.iv .,:, ,,l- tended the wed.iniL; oi K^th Pheip.-. a niece Ti.e \V,,l!el Slew,,Ml- n - , i •. . , i W->id MoJHiav ip.;ii M: air: M. - Baptismal Dinner Kenneth Arnold, infant son o! Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland of Bode was baptized Sunday morning during services at the Bode LuUicuiuucluirch. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Arjys Kinscth and Elaine Bratland of Bode. Following the services a dinner was held at the home of the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Earl Long. Those present were the Arnold Bratland family, Mr and Mrs Arlys Kinsclh. Elaine Bratland and the Albert Bratlands of Bode; Mr and Mrs Ralph Cooper and family and Don Lange of Sutherland; Mr and Mrs L. O. Short of Spencer and Mrs Essie Cooper. World War I Reunion A reunion of Co. C 33rd Division Outfit of World War I was held recently at Worthingtcoi, Minn. Six men and their wives from (lie outfit were present, including Mr and Mrs Mike Coylo of Ottfisen. From the reunioj. Mr and Mrs Coyle went to Oka- hena, Minn., where they yisltcci overnight with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Marvin Wier and family. Enockson is a sister of Oscar Salern. Other visitors recently at the Enockson home were Mr and Mrs Mark Nessen and Dennis of Detroit, Mich, and Mrs Mary Cubb of Los Angeles. Calif. Mrs Paul Espinosa Jr. and family of Mason City visited at tin? home of Margaret Holt from Thursday until Sunday. They also visited the Loran Daniel and Merle Holt homes. Mrs Gertie Jacobson of Medford. Oregon came Wednesday afternoon for a visit at the Earl Olson home. Her brother, Jim Clave, brought her to the. Olsons from Webster City. Thursday Mrs Olson and Mrs Jsicobstfri were dinner guests at the Fred Benjamin home at Bradgate and Thursday evening, Mrs Jacobson was a guest at the home of Mrs Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen for supper. Mrs Jacobson called at different places while in town and Friday went to tht. Miles Helman home in Bode for a visit. Licenses To Wed Three licenses to wed have been issued in the past week, going to the following couples July 5, Paul Krominga and Ruth Elaine Phclps, Titonka; July 6, Richard Furst. Algona, and Fern Habeger, Burt; July 9, Gary L Olson and Darleen V. Nack, Minneapolis. Tom Barnes, student pastor \vill spenrl a tc'W days this week a t t e n d i n g Synod at Ames. He will take Mr Strayer's place in the pulpit this coining Sunday at the Presbyterian church services. Mr Strayer will be on vacation for the next several Sundays. Cilemla Norman of Seattle. Wa.-hington, who is viMting her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards, spent the weekend visiting Sharon Strayer in Al- trtr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family returned home Tuesday after spending the July -UI, weekend at the A. T. Giambruno Inniie at Cedar FalN. On their return home they called at tin Harold Montandon home near Iowa Falls. Mr an 1 Mrs Merle Holt and family visited the Fig Holt home at Ell.-'W'jith Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs I.eRoy Nash and .-on of Maquon. 111. vi.-ited recently at the Mike Coyle home. While they wen; here they were hon- nied at a picnic dinner at We.-t Bend at which 42 relatives were pie.-ent fioiii Eagle Glove. Thor. DCS Moines. Bode. Bradgate, Ol to.-en and Okabi-na, Alden ano Fairmont, all in .Minnesota. The Oliver Kmseth family gathered Inr a picnic July 4th ai tiie C.'al! Slate Pink in Algona t( I onii:..Ron.d'i Ba;!n>r on his 7th birthday. T'vi.-c JJle.-elit U'ere Mr and Mi.- Oliver Km.-etli '.nd J. ri'v. and f N:,.-\,- a Mi and fai..ih Km-i, th MM.II t! Mr an ! mlv. Mi ',n.i la.1.1 1 Mi, J of \Ye.-t .: Aig. „! "!J', Mi.- Olvm Hauv and Mir- Unbelt v ol Dakota City: lines Bai'lii r and Bind and M O n.i. In tin luiii h me IF IT'S NEWS WE WArfT IT Bernice Oilman Of Eagle Twp. Bride July 3 Swea & Eagle—Bernice Oilman, diiughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Oilman, Eagle Township, and Warren Whitman, son of Mrs Augusta Whitman, East Chain, Minn, were married Sunday, July 3, at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev A. M. Youngquist at the tnv manuel Lutheran church in Swea City. Following the ceremony a reception for 130 guests was held in the church parlors. The couple left on a honeymoon trip to the Black Hills and Canada. Upon returning home they wi.ll live in East Chain, where the bridegroom is employed at the East Chain Mill. The bride has been employed in the office of the Hodgman Equipment Co. at Fairmont, and will continue her work there. Swea Sunbeams met The regular meeting of the Swea Sunbeam 4-H club was held at the Donna Johnson home June 22. Barbara gave a re- port on camp and Lavon Jensen reported on her trip to 4-H convention at Ames. Monday nite, July 25, was set 6s the tentative date for Achievement Day. Betty Clark reported oh the meeting at Seneca for the demonstratibft teams. A social time was had, following a luncheon which was served by Donna and her mother, Mrs Ronald Johnson. Mr and Mrs Ervin Link, Mrs Sam Link and daughter, Gwendolyn were Sioux City visitors last Friday. Mrs Ervin Link went for a check up. Miriam Peterson of Des Moines. a registered nurse, came here to care for her uncle, David S. Anderson at an Estherville hospital. Mr Anderson is being treated for a broken hip. The Eagle Ladies Aid met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Win. Brack with Mrs Otto Larson assistant hostess. Staff Sergeant Harry Larson of Washington. D. 0. came Monday for a visi\ at the parental home, Mr ana Mrs Art D. Larson. Mr and Mrs Adolph Skaar and daughter, Mrs Wayne Smith and her son Dale, all of DeKalb, 111. were recent visitors here. They formerly farmed in this community. Mr and Mrs Art Glaus and son Ronald; of Portlahd, Ore. visited the past week at her par- ental home, Mr and Mrs Ole Johanson and her brother, Everett Johanson and his family. Mrs John W. Thompson returned hbme last week, Wednesday. Accompanying her home was her mother, Mrs Thomas Brown of Moultrie, Ga. for a visit hc're. Mrs Thompson left for Georgia some weeks ago in response to the death of her father. Mrs Nora Olson and her grandson, Richard Olson, left Monday for a stay with the Floyd Treats at their cabin resort at Cross Lake, Minn. Glen Clark and son Billy, drove to Iowa Falls Saturday to bring home Maxine Clark and Lois McGregor who attended Bible camp. Cherylo Torine will remain at. the camp this week, and act as counselor for the Junior Camp. Dick Kaltved of Wallingford i? visiting at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Art Kolt- ved. Mrs Dorothy Miller and two children of Hampton spent Saturday and Sunday at the Orval Miller home. Kay Marie McCoy of Racine. Wis. came last week, Wednesday, for a two week's visit here with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson, and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Waller C. Peterson entertained a number of relatives Friday evening at a dinner. The guests were a sister-in- law, Mrs Bessie Peterson, Ban- croft, and her children and their families who are visiting here. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Pershing Mai-low and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and family, Mr and Mrs Pete Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Marlow, Mrs Lcm Marlow spent Sunday at Spirit Lake at the home of Mrs Ed Ellers. Mr and Mrs Frank Drcyer and family were guests last week at the Lloyd Sunde home in Fenton. While there David Dreyer fell and was injured on a drag. Two stitches were required to close the wound. Mr and Mrs L. V. Johnson and family returned home Friday after" a 10-day fishing trip to northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Pauline McGuire home in Algona. Mrs Gene Blanhard, Mrs Dick Gross attended the Shower at Bancroft Sunday for June Sim- 11 'MI' and Mrs Fred Iverson and family of Belmont visited Sunday at the parental W. G. Flaig home. Mrs Buleah Gammelgaard of Ringsted, mother of Mrs L. V. Johnson, was a dinner and supper guest Sunday at the Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Orville Mueller, Whittcmore; Mr and Mrs Ron;) |d Hansen, Mr and Mrs Roger Scott Mr and Mrs Milo Kollascti, Mr and Mrs Gene Bollig and family all enjoyed a picnic supper at the Paul Bernard home. Mrs Emma Hurlburt spent Friday morning at the Ofie Hurlburt home in Fenton. In the afternoon Mrs Hurlburt attended the funeral of B. M. Burlingame in Mr'aiid Mrs S. M. Orvick of Elmore were guests Wednesday at the Walter Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener were supper guests there Friday evcninir. Charles Thompson was a supper cuest of Warrens on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur were guests Sunday afternoon at the Ruth Klarr home in Mason Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow call- ed'Sunday evening at the Carlos Kivelhy home in Ledyaixl. Mr a'nd Mrs Andrew Thomson spent Sunday in Sac 1 City ^ visiting the Glenn Hughs. Connie returned home with them for a it. SMOKED PICNICS 12 LBS. AVERAGE WEIGHT LB... 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