The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 4
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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4-AlflOrta (la.) Upper De* Matties Thursday, Angus) 4, 1955 Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder had as overnight guest Tuesday C. J. Cufley of Marion. Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and MrS Ed Wirtz'at Rodman. Mr and Mrs Jack Heernan went to Forest City Sunday to attend the Centennial celebration. Mrs Laura Woito and daughter Delores, returned Monday from northern Minnesota. They hau spent a fortnight 'at'a lake there. Mr and Mrs EdwWd Cook Have had the former's mother,' Mrs Leota O'Keefe; of* Perry as guest during her vacation.' Mr , and Mrs , Chris Johnson came from; Atlantic this Week and visited Mrs Frank Devitt and other friends. •..- : ; '. - ' ' Mr and Mrs' Leroy 'Graham have returned' from Spirit Laku where they had a cottage for a fortnight. Nancy, little daughter of Mr and Mrs William Newland was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday. She has a throat infection. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman were afternoon and supper guests Sunday of Mrs Lowman's mother, Mrs Katie Schroeder, at Fenton. Mr and Mrs I. C. Wright and daughter Marcelyn of Lebanon, Ore. are visiting at the home of another daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Welter. Visitors at the Wayne Hansen's last week were Paula and Candice DeWantz ; of Blue Earth, Minn. : , Mr and 'i Mrs Clarence Fraser are being visited by Mrs Fraser's brother, William Burke, of De Caturm, 111. Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley have returned from a trip to northern Wisconsin and "The Dells.'V N Mr and Mrs Melvur Bay spent Sunday at Webster City with Mr and Mrs W. W. Christenson and other friends. Their daughter, Katherine has as guest this week Carol Moen, of Webster City. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg took the former's brother Gus, to Des Moines last week for a check up at the Veterans hospital. Mr and Mrs Leon Bilyeu spent the weekend at Buffalo Center with the latter's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Vino Heitland. Mr and Mrs Bernard Ferden spent Sunday at Whittemore with Mrs Ferden's parents, Mr and Mrs Simon Weber. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles were visited by school friends Jerry Gray and Jean Manger of Chicago, 1)1. Mr : and Mrs Alex Burghari have returned from Hays, Kan., where they visited the former's father, Alex Burghart Sr. Mr ahd Mrs E. H. Zilirilseh had the latter's mother, Mrs Art Rosenmeyer of St. Benedict as guest Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ray Besch and family were dinner guests Sunday of the former's parents, Mr ami Mrs Mike Besch Sr., at Whittemore. Mrs Clark Orion returned last week from Chicago, 111., where she had visited her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Knute Orton. Mr and Mrs Milton Bebo were visited last week by Mrs Margaret Bentpn and daughters Evelyn, Doris, Connie and Ellen of Washington, D. C. Mr and Mrs James Ult were at Clear Lake a week se,o Sunday and attended the picnic given by the graduation class of Mrs Utt's mother, Mrs Myrle Roberts. Mr and Mrs William Hinggen- berg and Mrs Esther Helberg went to Ames last week to attend the funeral services for Mr Ringgenberg's brother - in - law, Frank Horning. Mr and Mrs Howard Forsberg have gone to Pensacola, Fla., where they will visit three weeks with the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Virgil Forsberg. Mr and Mrs C. M. WhHehW and Mr and Mrs Charles Clement entertained at a picnic Sunday for Mr and Mrs Kenneth Curran and family of Douglas, Ariz. J. F. Milder, James Roberts, Merle Thompson and Ray Meyers attended a bulk gas company meeting at Cedar Rapids Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Ferden drove to Fort Dodge Saturday to see the former's mother, Mrs Ella Ferden, wh is a patient at Mercy hospital, Mr and Mrs George Yeoman were visited a week ago Sunday by Mrs Yeoman's brotherin-law and sister, Mr and Mrs H. V. Allinson, of Chicago, III. Mr and Mrs L. A. Winkel, Lavonne and Arthur have returned from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. A part of the time was spent at Leech Lake. Mr and Mrs C. J. Sill have recently returned from Chicago arid a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Gyyton. v Mr and Mrs Ralph Moe have returned from Anderson, Calif., where they visited a few weeks with their son Tom, his wife and cnuaren and with their daughter Mary, her husband and family. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven are being visited this week by Mrs Ida Comp of Winterset. She is a sister of Mrs Muckey and Mrs Steven. Mrs Waller Schildknecht drove to Estherville Tuesday to bring her daughter Dee Ann, who has been visiting the grandparents, Mr and Mrs W. T. Schildknecht the past several days. Mr and Mrs Willard Steffan will have as guests August 10 and 11, Mr and Mrs Bob Owens and daughter Meg, of Moline, 111. They will be enroute to Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Ralph Hasty have as guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs R. O. Youngerman of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. ,who came July 23 and will conclude the visit Saturday. Mr and Mrs Don Sherman and family and the former's mother, Mrs Martha Sherman went to Mason City Sunday and met Mr and Mrs Tom Sherman for a picnic dinner. Mr and Mrs Willard Zeigler are parents of their third child, a son whom they have named Jeffrey Linn, born July 21 at St. Ann hospital. The other children are- Francie and Karen Kay. Mr and MM Bajitldi were here StiHdfiy from ' Fort Dodge to see the former's father, W. A. Richardson whffnbw makes his home here. They also Visited the brothers Pauliand Everett and families. ,Mr and Mrs Kyle Keith have purchased a farm in norlhefh Kossuth county and plan to move back from Greenville,, Miss"., where they mbv.ed a few years ago. Mr and Mrs M, E. Clements moved there at the same time* Mr and Mrs Geottf.e Yeoman have been visited by' their soft Meryl, and family, of Denver, Colo. During the Visit the brother, Bernard Yeoman, came from Oakdale and was taken brick by his parents and Wife. O. B. Kinden spent a couple of days at Milwaukee, Wis., last week and saw a couple of league baseball games. He accompnn- ie_d a group of men, who like himself, had won contests offered by the Standard Oil Company, Mrs Hilda Grbtiwall watt visit* ed over the wee'kertd by her "h^- phew and his wife, 'Mr and Mra 1 Irwin Youngberg and '• son Pete', of Lawrence, Kan. Mr Youngberg is a professqf in'the university there. /., Mr and Mrs Donald Jorgenson had Mr and Mrs' Carl .pslruni, Tom and Jean of Glehwood, Minn., ahd Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson Sr. and Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson Jr., of Fenton as dinner guests Friday evening. Mr and'Mrs Everett Van Sleen- berg and family left early Mfiin- day morning for their home -at Flint, Mich- They have been guests of Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson and also visited other relatives here. Mr and Mrs James Ult had the former's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Ross Utt and daughter Diane, of Camp Walton Beach, Calif., as guests Friday and Saturday. Mr Utt is in the air corps. Sandra Elwood is spending the week with her .cousin, De Ann Elwood at West Lake Okoboji Her parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Elwood spent Sunday afternoon at the lakes swimming and boat- jng and a picnic supper was served at the Elwood cotage. Allen Selicknow left Wednes day for a ten days vacation a: St. Louis'Park,'Minn., with Mr and Mrs Cornelius Schneider Most of the time will be spent at their cottage at Allendale. Allen is employed as car hop and general work at Frank and Em's cafe. Foster's Sale Ready for Another Booming Week! WEEK! Buyers Liked The Savings at FOSTER'S FURNITURE SALE! THIS WEEK! YOU Should See Whyd ^^^^^''^^''^'''''''''^••••••^•••••^•••••••••••••^•••••I^HHHHHIIIII^HHS •••• Old Fashioned Reductions on Fosters Regular TOP QUALITY FURNISHINGS DINING ROOM SUITES • DINETTE SETS • BEDROOM SUITES • DESKS STUDIO & SLEEPER LOUNGES • LIVING ROOM SUITES • MATTRESSES « ROCKERS & CHAIRS • TABLES • LAMPS • 9'x 12'RUGS • CEDAR CHESTS 9 LAWN FURNITURE Come in This Week and See foi Yourself Why This Event is Such A POPULAR SALE T ER'S •BBP ^^1 iRM ^BB^ QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS SINCE 1916 Mr fatd Mtf B6H Wriif, antt Judy dfitfte to Outt, Monday, artdj «*Ul Visit* « week wlfh Mrs Welse's: b*&fher-ifRtw» and sister, Mr and Mrs W. k McGrew. The McGrews, former residents here, were guests of the Weises the previous week. Margaret, Card* and Williarn Oufant drove to Forest City last Sunday to attend the. evening performance of the Sioux City white horse patrol, wihch wns a featured event to'watd opening day of the Forest City Centerj nfal. Mrs Anna Madton received word Wednesday morning of the death at Des Moines of her daughter Gladys, Mrs Emi Hagg, 51, Death was due to a heart attack soon after supper while watch ing a T.V. program. She had not been in good health. Mr and Mrs K. T. Peirce re- ceptly received a call from their son,'Cpl. George Peirce, who is stationed at Wurzbufg, Germany. Gpl. Peirce, who, has been in Germany since February 1954, as to leave for the States on July 27 and expects to arrive hqme early in August. . Mrs Ida Wittkopf was visited from Wednesday till Sunday by her daughter, Mrs Fred KoSSiCk, .of Marshalltowo. A family picnic was held Sunday at Mr ahd Mrs Edwin Wittkopfls at which Mr and Mrs G. A. Wittkopf and family and Alfred Wittkopf were in attendance. Mrs Nell McCall went to Des Moines Wednesday and will be a guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Griffith. Her sister, Mrs Edith Reasor is flying there from Glendale, Calif., and will accompany Mrs McCall home for a yjsit. . ' Mr and Mrs Moran Higley, Billy and Binky, of Omaha spent several days last week visiting at the Bill Quinn home in Bancroft and the Jim Besch homo in Whittemore. The Higleys had Just returned from a vacation trip tq Colorado Springs and Estes Park. They returned to Omaha, Saturday. Mrs Bridget Tobin was visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs William Wise and Peter and Mr and Mrs Paul Wise of Stacyville. They are former residents here and were friends of Mrs Tobin when they all lived at Nashua some time ago. They were joined in the picnic dinner at Mrs Tobin's by Mary Thilges. Mr Wise was a barber here. Tom Zender, son of Mr and Mrs "Bud" Zender is leaving Sunday for Mankato where he will join Mr and Mrs Bob Arnot, Sherrie ahd Jim on a trip to California. The Arnots are former residents here. Tom expects to see his uncle and aunt, Mr aad Mrs James $eavey at Billings, M6nt. Mrs Sea*vey ; i3-the formef Pauline Zender. Chester Armiifong, Jack Put* cell of the Upper' 'Des M6iries* Ptib. Co. force attended the aru nual picnic of the Masda Club. statewide organization for deaf petsons. PUfcell assisted with arrangements for the picnic. The annual beauty rjueen vfas L crowned by ddv. L. A. Hoegh. The 1954 queen was Marilyn Tayl6r of Burt. Carroll Cnristensen of Algoha also attended. Mrs S. £. McMahon had been visited by her* son Maurice and his daughter Nancy, of Minneapolis, and daughter Mrs Richard Schmite, Katherine and John ot Storm Lake. Mrs Schmitz, nee McMalioh- arid 'the' children were enroute -to Rochester, where John has had n surgery to correct a foot condition caused by an attack of polio some time ago. ,•'.'• ' 'Mrs Chester Willey entered St. Ann hospital, July 6, for surgery arid was dismissed July 13. During her convalesence her mother, Mrs,, Arne Helle was here from Lansing-and when Mrs Willey was able to get around the house. > Mrs Helle took tho children home with her for several days. 'Mr' and Mrs Willey recently drove; to Lansing to bring them home. .•.."•' He who shows off least shows up best. ' Only 1 Left! INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Dehumidifier Protect luggage, clothes, books, tools against rot, rust & mildew. KEEP BASEMENTS AND DAMP ROOMS SAFELY DHY J Regular $133.75 NOW ONLY $99.95 Algona Implement NOTICE! New Jefferson Line-Bus Depot ALGONA HOTEL PHONE 262 Effective Immediately East to Mason City — Waterloo — Cedar Rapids — Chicago. Connections 9:35 a.m. to Minneapolis — Rochester — Ames — Des Moines West to Emmetsburg & Spencer 7:45 p.m. ASK ABOUT FAMILY PLAN TICKETS ft 500 FIRST PRIZES! INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER'S '200,000 SWEEPSTAKES! 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