The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1955
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4-Algana (la.) Upper DM Maln«» Thursday, July 28, 195S Mr and Mrs Wayne Allen, former residents here now living at Mason City, visited friends here a few days last week. Mr and Mrs Ail 'Lichier of Pocahontas, former Algonans, spent the weekend here with relatives and friends. Evelyn Black is expected home about August 1 for a vacation. She is employed at Rockford, 111., in the schools as keeper of records. Mr and Mrs John Thuenie had their son-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs William Sanguin and Esther Thuente of Cherokee, as recent guests. Mrs Don Sjogren and children Brenda, Carla and John recently spent a few days at Pomeroy with her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson. Charles Sieil had as guests Sunday his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Ross of Milford. They also visited Mr and Mrs Leslie Ross. Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer have returned from a vacation at various points in Canada. They were accompanied by friends from Houston, Tex. , pected here this week for a visit. Their home is at Topeka, Kan., but the family spends the summer at the cottage of Mrs Post's parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Scott. Mr and Mrs Dick Post and children and Mrs Elizabeth Post spent Sunday at the Okobojis with Mr and Mrs Bob Post and family. The Bob Posts are ex- Charles Lawson and son Lee, spent from last week, Thursday till Sunday, at Detroit, Mich., having been called there by the death of the former's niece, Mrs Walter Wike. Mr and Mrs Robert A. Carney and daughter, Mrs Mary Lytle, and Jeri spent the weekend visiting Mr and Mrs Heinie Fisher at their resort on Leech Lake at Walker, Minn. Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe recently went to Minneapolis and visited the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ray Madden. They also visited relatives at Big Stone City, S. D. Mr and Mrs Ronald Stephens, Mrs Emma Dreyer and Mrs Augusta Davis have returned from a ten days vacation spent at the Black Hills, Yellowstone Park, Idaho and Colorado. Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith and Mr and Mrs Elmer. Mowry of Quinby drove to South Dakota a week ago Sunday. They saw the dam on the Missouri River and from there drove to Nebraska. Mr and Mrs Leslie Ross were visited Tuesday by their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Stanley Larson of Des Moines who had also been visiting the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Larson at Albert City. Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe anC family spent Sunday at Albert Lea, with Mr and Mrs Dale Burdick. The daughter Laree, came home witli them for a visit till this weekend when her father will come to take her home. Mr and Mrs George Sweazey are new managers of Pete's Supper Club south of Algona on Hy 169. They came to Algona from Webster City and have been operating the cafe for the pa:;t three weeks. They have lour girls and two will be in school this fall. Mr and Mrs D. D. Monlux have returned from a vacation of a month in the west. They accompanied their son, Dr. William Monlux, of Ames and visited the other sons, Dr. and Mrs Robert Monlux and family at Fresno, Calif., and Dr. and Mrs Andrew Monlux at Denver, Colo. Mr and Mrs George Detlman were visited a week by Mr and Mrs Harry Jones of Rockford, 111. Other guests over the weekend were Mr and Mrs Malcolm Jone , also of Rockt'ord and Mr and Mr.-' George Kinkki and duughtei Sherri, of Des Moines, son-in- law, daughter and granddaughter of the Dettmans. Mr and Mrs Harry Ward were recently visited ten days by thci son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Curtis Ward and children, who came via plane to De.s Moines, where they were met by the Wards and daughter Patiicia. They made the trip home via plane with a stop-over at Denver for a visit with relatives. Mrs Christine Spongberg and her sister, Mrs Kersline Launtsen of Nordensto, Denmark have been house guests of Mrs Hilda Gronwall and Mrs Anna Nelson respectively. The women are n.-turning to Minneapolis the last of the week where Mrs Spongberg makes her home with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Carl Spongberg. The Art Leek family of St. Benedict were recent guests at the James Brophy home, with Mrs Leek's mother, Mrs Faulstich, also present. The latter has been taking care of Mr Brophy while Mrs Brophy was in Mercy hospital at Mason Ciiy. Mrs Lewis Fraser. Mrs Janu:s Baker and Mrs Eugene Fauistich spent the day with their mother, Gertrude Faulstich, Saturday. Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Dan, have been visited by thp former's nephew Bill Dooley, of West Bend, Wi.s., who was brought here n fortnight ago by his father, William LJooley Mrs Dooley and daughters, Patricia and Mary are coining this weeK for visit of a week. Mrs Dooley, Dan and Bill spent Sunday at Clfar I.;ikc ;md Wednesday went to Manukto, Mum. for the day. Mr and Mrs Sid Spear expeci their daughter Mrs 'H. G. Bartels (Betty), and son Jimmy, from Chicago, Saturday. They will visit here several days. Mr and Mrs Frank Bulls have as guests their daughter Dorothy, of Washington, D. C., son Bob, of Des Moines and daughter (Ruth) Mrs Charles Buss, of Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs John Homer was visited Sunday by Mrs Ethel Stotts of Corona Del Mar, Calif. Mrs Stotts was at one time a cook at the Boss (Algona) hotel. It had been 26 years since the women had met. Mr and Mrs Gale Stockwell are being visited from Wednesday till Saturday by the former's cousin, George Stockwell of Willow Brook, Calif. They will return with him by car and will come home via train. Mi and MM HaMy Margreaves and Mr and Mrs Ray Cook were visited over the weekend by Mr ,and Mrs George Carmody of Clinton. The visitors also spent some time at Whittemore with relatives. John and Tom, sons of Dr. and Mrs L. L. Snyder recently visited relatives at Crestofl and Mrs T. Cheetham, grandmother of Mrs Snyder, accompanied the doctor and his wife home for a visit of several days. Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson and Mr and Mrs Arlen Freklng went to Minneapolis last week, to attend the aquatennial. Mrs Nelson's sister (Ruth,) Mrs Charles Buss,' came home With them and will visit the parental Frank Butts a fortnight. , Mr and Mrs ftobetl Black have returned from Milwaukee, where they visited Mrs Black's brother and sister-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs Ray Richardson. They brought home with them the Richardson's children while the parents attended a church meeting. Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken and Mr and Mrs Harry Spongberg spent Sunday at Bode with Mr and Mrs T. O. Bakken. Mr Bakken is father of Oliver and Mrs Spongberg. His wife recently returned from California where she had been called by the sickness and death of a relative. UDM Classifieds Dividends TITONKA NEWS Mr and Mrs John Holtzbauer of California spent* Wednesday evening visiting at the Art Rode and John Rode homes. John and Mrs Hbltzbauer used to live here where John worked as a plumber for the Beed Hardware. Mrs Dena Arendts of Cavina, Calif, left Saturday after a week's visit with Mrs Erna Franzen and other relatives in Titonka. Mrs Lillian Killian of Minneapolis, Minn, came Monday to spend a fc-w days at the home 01 Mrs Katie Rode and other 1 friends around Titonka. Mr and Mrys Marvin Johnston of Iowa Falls are the parents of a baby boy, Kevin Lee, born Friday, July 15. The baby weighed 8 Ib. Mrs Johnston is the former Deloris Isebrand, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Isebrand. Mr and Mrs Isebrand have three of the other grandchildren staying with them for a few weeks. They are LeAnna, Jerry and Steve. Mr and Mrs Carl Mayland are the parents of a baby girl born Sunday, July 24, at Buffalo Center hospital. The baby weighed 7 Ib. 8 oz. and has been named Jean Marie. Mr and Mrs Clarence Van Hove are the parents of : a baby girl born Thursday, July 21, at the Park hospital in Mason City. The baby weighed 6 Ib. 11 oz, Mr and Mrs Van Hove have two other children,, bbth boys.. .Mr arid Mrs Virgil Miller have purchased a 80 acre farm 4% miles north west of Albert Lea and they expect to live there the latter part of this year. Mrs Gordon Swan is the new clerk at (he Bbhack'er Food Market. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and Phyllis, Mr arid Mrs J. L. Intermill and family, and Mr ana Mrs Henry Van Hove and family attended a family reunion of the Intermill family at Bayside Park at Clear Lake Sunday. Mrs Stanley Harris is the new helper at the Post Office. W///////////////^^^^^^ MEATS 100% PURE GROUND BEEF Freshly Ground Lb. 29? BONELESS PORK STEAKS Lean & •Tender Lb. 45* U. S. GOVT. GRADED CHOICE BEEF CHUCK ROAST Carefully • Trimmed Lb. 35C LIBBY'S CREAM STYLE Corn o CRISCO lib. Cans JIFFY LIBBY'S Peas BISCUIT MIX ARMOUR STAR BIG BOLOGNA All Meat SWIFT'S PREMIUM SKINLESS FRANKS with ea. pkg. of Franks 1 pkg. of Buns Free 55< HORMEL'S VALUE nvsi\i*ick J vm>Wb .^^B^B^. jt^^^fet. 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