The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1955
Page 30
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I • ','•:,''•• Streamltte Samsonite Luggage : 1 i strongest . *. lusts longest! Samsonlfe fuggage passes every test with honors.. ; > - ? to stand on. Carries more clothes in less space, wrinkle frf*. And fwo pieces cost less than you'd expect to pay for one of such fint Duality luggage. We have it in 6 "better-than-leather" finishes that defy wear, wipe clean with a damp $toth» smartest back-to- schoolmates! (la.) Uppif 0M M«ifte« Thursday, Auflw»t M r 19JS J-:f.t,i *ii_i Li_i .'. .1 t.l-t. .-.< » .-'I *••] LEUTHOLDmUAMS ALGONA.IOWA LOCALS •foaft Pilienbergef, Patnell, Me., -.has tjeetvvisiting Rose Dangelser "ilhe lASt-U'iek. ;• Shafbh O'Brien, Bcde, visited last )Veek with her grandmother, Mffs {Catherine Thilges. Mr and Mrs Albert Mefigef fe* cently returned from aiweekend ti'ip visiting friends in Omaha. Mrs Edna Harr was visited Tuesday by Mr and Mrs A'lmon Wood and daughter Ann, of Canisteo, New York. Mr and Mrs Duane Devine, son Michael, and Mrs Mary Devine were Sunday guests in the home of Mr -and- Mrs Jj.yle' Steele.'/Mr and Mfs Harold Erpelding and family had as a guest in their home their cousin, Adelia Moon, Lake OzaVk, Mo. She also visited other relatives and friends. Mrs Lenore Millz and her bro- therrin-law and 'sister, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Rahe, of Bancroft are going to Chicago Friday for a few days and will attend the league ball games. Josie McEvoy returned last Thursday from Omaha where she attended the wedding of her niece, Elizabeth Ann Parle to Donald Connolly of San Francisco, Calif. The wedding took place in Blessed Sacrament church in Omaha, August 13. Mr and Mrs Paul Schenck, former residents, are parents of a son, their second child, born Aug. 13 at Houston, Texas, where Paul 'is in publication work. He was a reporter for the Upper Des Moines, prior to entering the Marine Corps, and his wife was employed at Kent Mfg. Co. Dr. M. G. Bourne and his son, Bill, flew to Des Moines Sunday morning, with Bob McCullough, returning that evening. Dr. Bourne attended a medical meeting. Mary Alma and Sandy O'Brien of Bode, and Doreen Thilges, Algona, spent last Monday with their grandmother, Mrs Katherine Thilges. Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait and daughter Jane returned Sunday from a vacation in the Ozarks. The infant daughter Julie remained here with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Chris Wallu- kait. This week they are caring for their granddaughter, Kathy Weydert, daughter, of Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydert who' are vacationing at the Okobojis. Kathy was at the paternal grandparents, Mr and, Mrs John Weydert a part of the time. Donald Meyers, son of Mr and'' Mrs Eugene Meyers, has been stationed at Atlanta, Georgia for the past 12 weeks, attending ordinance school. This week he* will graduate, and then will be sent to Fort Bliss, Texas. Donald took his basic training at Camp Chaffee, Arkansas for 8 weeks. He has two brothers at home, Wayne and Jackie, and a sister, Mrs Ruth Braddock at Waterloo. Before entering training, Donald worked at the Universal plant. the ."Ebhf! fipf&i'; eid -club met Wtdnesalj everiihg .With Mrs Beecher Lane. MM Herbert .Weydert is spending the week at Clear Lake with her parents, Mr and Mrs Al Rabe. Mr' arid Mrs O, L. Livingston made; a business trip to Ken6s.ha, Wis.', last week and were goVie a •few days. • i I : Mr and Mrs Glen Hain attended Hobij defy;- Tuesday, at Britt. Sunday f 1hey .Were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover in the Doan vicinity. Mr and Mis ,l"red Hasten spent Sunday at .Rockwell with Mrs Ilagen's brother and steter, Dewoy and Trancy Hutchinson* Mr and Mrs Frank Vera and Mr and'.Mrs Fred Hagen plan to attend-: a Hageri family reiinion ;Sunday at Redwood, Minn. Mr and Mrs Erman Hansen drove to Rush City, Minn., recently, called there by the serious sickness of Mrs Hansen's mother, Mrs Martin Bobo, 76. Mrs Elsie Hansen has' been visited by her sister-in-law, Mrs Laura Morse, of Mankato, Minn., who concluded the visit and returned home Tuesday. Mrs Esther Benson accompanied Mrs Katherine Gray and daughter to Estherville Tuesday to visit Mrs Lois Lamb. "Mrs Lamb is a sister-in-law of Mrs Benson. While Don Hemmingson was attending the American Legion convention his wife and family spent ten days at Worthingloh with her parents, Dr. and Mrs S. A. Slater. Dell Carver and his parents, Mi" and Mrs D. E. Carver of Clarinda spent four days in northeastern Iowa on .a sight 'seeing tour of the state in the vicinity of Davenport... Herbert M. Hansen has returned to a base at New London, Conn, following a leave which he spent here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Erman Hansen. He had been in service in Africa. David Hutchins was brought home from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had spent 10 days following an attack of polio. He, is making very good progress tfut must be comparatively quiet for' a time. There is no paralysis. He is a son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins. Mr and Mrs Don Akre and family were here recently and visited Don's father, Tom Akre, and a few friends. Don had come to get his wife and children who had been spending a few weeks with Mrs Akre's parents, Mr and Mrs George Heetland at Clear Lake. Don is with the Culligan water service at Jefferson'City, Mo. Mrs Sarah Geigel was visited last week by Mr and Mrs Ervin Evenson of Riceville and the former's father Fred Fesenmeyer of Woodland, Calif., who had come to attend the Riceville centennial. Over fifty years ago Mr Fesenmeyer worked on a farm for Mrs Geigel's father, R. S. Taylor. At this time he also knew Mr and Mrs Tom Sharp (G. A.) and the Sharps spent an evening visiting with him. 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