The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
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6—Algona (1«.) Upper 5es Moines Thursday, Sept. 15, 19SS Mrs Robert Stephenson and HI- lle dauchUT Maty Ann HU; sick lhi.« week with flu. Mrs A. D. Lehman speni Ihe weekend at Webster City with Mrs Myrtlf Hayno. Mrs George C. Smith and son, Dennis, of Davenport are spending the week with her parents, Mr and Mrs O. J. Schultz. Mr and Mrs Hal Long are being visited by the former's parents. Mr and Mrs Vern Long of Lu- Verne and St. Petersburg. Fla. Baptismal rites were held Sunday at St. Cecelia's church for James Edward, infant son of Mr and Mrs Jim Garman. Mr and Mrs William Ludwig had the former's parents. Mr and Mrs F. J. Ludwig, of West Bend as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs J. B. Asa returned Friday from a two weeks visit at Peoria. Fail-field and Albion. III., with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Clayton Lammers rind daughter Lynne Ann spent Sunday at Estherville with Mr and Mrs Stanley Bnlka. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman took their daughter. Shirley, to Des Moines Sunday to enter nurses training at Broadhiwn's General Hospital. Mr and Mrs Darrell McNerney have returned from a two weeks vacation spent at the Ozarks and points of interest in Kentucky and Tennessee. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser and Iheir son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Russell Crapser, <if Estherville, spent the weekend at Jngham lake. Mr and Mrs W. H. Sharp left Monday by plane for a ten days visit with Mr Sharp's sister and family. Mr and Mrs T. H. Erickson at Berkeley, Calif. Connie Lynn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clayton Bilyeu, celebrated her first birthday with a party for 24 guests Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alden McAdams were visited Sunday by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Arlene Banning and Mr and Mrs William Murphay. of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig had Mr and Mrs T. P. Joynt, Vincent and Paul, of Clear Lake as quests last week Tuesday. Mr iincl Mrs Joynt are parents of Mrs Ludwig. Lois Riebhoff, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford Riebhol'f. left Thursday to begin her sophomore year at towa State Teachers College. She is majoring in Kindergarten-Primary Education. Mr and Mrs C. R, Schoby and the hitter's mother. Mrs Maude Nelson, were visited Friday and Saturday by Mrs Nelson's cousin. Mrs Irma Ramsey, of Missoula. Montana. Mr and Mrs Ralph Tice were in Algona a couple days this week on business. Mr Tice is a former resident of Algona and is now sales manager for the Vita Mix cotnnany from Kansas City, Mo. Mike, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Fandel. returned to his home with his sister, Ida Rose, and brother, Stanley, from San Diego, Cal.. following a visit of a week. The trio arrived in Algona last week-end for a visit. Mr and Mrs K. D. Long will be visited over the weekend by their daughter Marcie who teaches art at Cedar Rapids. She was at Laramie. Wyo., this summer attending summer school and working on her master's degree. Mr and Mrs Jerry Dunn, Hich- land. Wash., arrived Sept. 5 and spent a week with Mr Dunn's sister, Mrs George Hobbs, and brother. John..They then went to Waverly, Ohio, to visit two other brothers, Kelsey and Joe. Mrs Bill Naylor returned Sunday from Oxbow, Saskatchewan, Canada. She left Sept. 4 and drove to Oxbow with her children t<* attend the funeral of her father, GILS Rodenbush, who passed away on Sept. '.'•. Mrs Melina Roberts and her daughter, Mrs Martini Andrews, have had as guests Mrs Walter Gilmore and daughter, Marlis, of Duluth, Minn. Monday they had as additional guest at dinner Mrs Herman Lindeman. Mrs Roberts will observe her one hundredth birthday Nov. 1. Those who attended the Methodist W.S.C.S. seminar at Fenton a week ago Tuesday were Mrs Roy Hutzell, Mrs Kenneth Medin, Mrs A. L. Benschoter, Mrs Leslie Huff. Mrs Delia McCullough, Mrs M. G. Norton, Mrs L. J. Reed, Mrs C. ft. Schoby, nnrl Mrs Robert Williams. Mr and Mrs L. A. Weber of Brill have as houseguests their daughter and granddaughter, Marilyn and Jane Hach of Arlington. Texas, who arrived by train last Thursday. Dr Hach expects Id join bis family this week. They will attend the wedding reception Sept. 18. of Margaret Jean Weber of Wesley, a cousin of Mrs Hach. Rufus Lindhorst and son Jim drove to Ionia Sunday to bring home the former's wife who had been there several days with the sun and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lindhorst. The senior Mrs Lindhorst had assisted in the household work as her daughter-in-law had undergone recent surgery. Mrs Rebecca Lowman arrived home Tuesday of last week after spending 3 weeks with relatives at Col fax. 111. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman. Judy, Nancy, Dean and David also visited a few days at Colfax visiting relatives. From there they look Rebecca to Staunton, Virginia where they visited the elder Mrs Lownum's sister. Mrs Anna Sullivan, and brother Clyde Propst. The Perry Lowmans and family went on toi Washington D. C. from Virginia, and spent a day. The Delphian society will meet Tuesday, Sept. 20. with Mrs Lloyd Robinson at 2:15 p.m. Mrs Mabel Paxson will give a book review. Don McGinnis, son of Mr and Mrs Cecil McGinnis has enlisted the army and is awaiting in orders. Alice to soon Kresensky is leaving .,„„ resume her studies at Wooster college, Wooster, Ohio. She is a junior. BPW club held a meeting at Des Moines Saturday and was attended by Helen Comfort and Ella Zumach. Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon and Bob look the son James, to South Bend, Ind., Wednesday where ho will enter upon his freshman year at.,Notre Dame. Mrs Claris Kresenky arid daughter. Alice, were called to Sioux Falls, S. D., by the death of Mrs Kresensky's sister-in-law, Mr* Pettigrew. Funeral services were held there Thursday. Mr and Mrs V. Wayne Wolf, of Waterloo, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marcia Lauraine. Miss Wolf is the granddaughter of Mrs Ezra Blanchard, Algona. Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan drove to South Bend, Ind., this week taking their daughter. Sheila, to resume her college work at St. Mary-of-the-Woods. The daughter, Molly, has recovered from a recent sickness and is again enrolled at St. Cecelia's Academy. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey have been visited the past week by their grandson and wife, Mr and Mrs E. B. White and family of Clayton, N. M. They concluded the visit here Wednesday and went to Sioux City to visit Mr White's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs C. N. Aalfs. Mr and Mrs Harold Erpelding returned Saturday from a week's trip to Colorado. They visited the Clarence Erpeldings in Colorado Springs and the Martin Bonnarens in Denver. On the way home they came through the Black Hills and Bad Lands of South Dakota. Their two daughters, Becky and Janice, remained at home. m.ide no plans as yd. Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken and son Kenneth, of Salt Lake City. Utah, and Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson drove to Blue Earth, Monday to visit Wayne's parents. Mrs George Larson was visited Fiiday by her sister, Mrs Elmer Kollasch'and daughter. Shirley, of Swea City and Mrs Orville Muller. of WhiUemore. Peter, younger son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Langmack, left Monday to enter Wooster college at Wooster, Ohio. This is his freshman year. Julia, daughter of Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne, is leaving Sept. 20 for Northfield, Minn., and will enter her sophomore year at Carleton college. Mrs Nell McCall was visited over the weekend by her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Griffith and son, John, of DCS Moines. Mr and Mrs Harry McMurray spent a week ago Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr McMurray's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Victor Young. Mr and Mrs Ed Wolcott are now located in their new home on south Jones street. Tt Is, n bungn- low and is on the lot formerly owned by Anton Didrikscn. Leonard Meissner is spending Thursday and Friday of this week on business at Sioux City. He will be accompanied by his sister, Mrs Bernadetle Mayzt, who will visit here a week. Mrs Paul MeCrea is substituting for Lenora Hagg at the Iowa State bank. Lenora had minor surgery last week at St. Ann hospital. .She expects to resume her work in another week or two. Mr and Mrs Alden McAdams are being visited several days by their grandson. David Banning, son of Mr and Mrs Arlen Banning, of Des Moines while the parents arc on vacation at Denver, Colo. Banns of marriage have been pronounced for Stanley Fandel, of El Cajeil, Calif., and Louise Bowman. Algona and for James Smith, of Whiltemore and Leona Erickson, Algona. Missions are being held Oct. 9 to Ifi at St. Cecelia's church. Catechism classes for all, grade and high school children not attending the parochial school will start Wednesday evening at 7:30. Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen took their son Gary to St. Paul, Minn., Sunday to enter as freshman at St. Thomas school. Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson have sold their coffee shop north of the Methodist church to Mrs Broderson. The Hansons have Farmers! Breeders! Settle your boar problems at OLERICHES' Purebred Poland China Boar and Gilt Sale S Friday Night, Sept. 23,8:00 p.m. 2!/2 miles south of Rollie, la., on Hy. No. 44 Farms For Sale! 160 Acres Sherman Township No Buildings Except Plenty of Grain Storage. ' This is a fop farm. 80 Acres Cresco Township - Fair fo Good Buildings. A Productive Farm — Good Terms. 80 Acres Plum Creek Township - No Buildings Except Crib. This is a good one. 80 Acres Prairie Township - No Buildings, Lays Level, Needs Drainage. 160 Acres Prairie Township - Beautiful Laying Webster Silty Clay Soil. Fair Buildings. Paul M. Seeley Hunting FOR A Phone 714 or 48 Algona, Iowa Bargain Car! ? Work Car ? School Car ? Transportation $49 $69 $89 J. 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