The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1955 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1955
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6—Algeria (fo.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, November 3, 1955 LOCALS Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane and Mr and Mrs Duane Klein spent the weekend at Des Momrs ;tl- tending a conference. Mrs Elizabeth Post left Saturday with her sisU-r-in-l:i\v and niece. Mrs Mai-lha Van Pnrstun. for a few days visit with them at Newton. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith went ti> Kanavvlia Tueschiy evening tn attend the Junior class play in whieh Mrs Smith's ni-phew look part. Mr and Mrs Raymond Krebs had the latter'? brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Leo Thilges and family of Bode as supper iuiestp Sunday. Mr and Mrs Elmer Langmack \vere visited one day and overnight last week by the hitter'? hi other and sisler-m-law. Mi find Mrs E. L. Ludvigsen uf KaUmv.v- ZIH>. Miiii. Ruth Schweppe and her fiance, Norbert Hattendorf. of St. Louis. Mo. spent the weekend with Kuth's parents. Mr and Mrs A. F. Srhweppe. Ruth is attending the Broatllawns school of nursing at Des Moines. Bill Ludwig returned to work Monday after n two week's absence from his job with the city. He fell from the roof of his parent's home nt West Bend while doin.S some shingling and suf- iered a back injury. Mrs Amelia Kain who makes her homo with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Robert Liesner, has returned from the Lutheran hospital. Ft. Dodge, where she had surgery. Though !;.") years old, she has made rapid recovery. Mr and Mrs Rufus Lindhorsi, Bill Lindhorst and Mrs Francis Platt were at Kirksvilie. Mo., re- ei-ntly to visit the elder Mrs Linclhorsts' father. George Bo>ll. };. r >. They stopped at New Hampton to see the new home which is being built on a farm where thei Lindhorsts plan to move before long. They plan to sell their home here. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen ."pent Sat in-day and part of Sunday at Des Moines with the formers nephew and wife. Dr. and Mis William Johannsen. ' They iil.*o attended the Drake - Iowa Sfate football game. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan spent Sunday at Maurice 1 with the fonnir's father and sister. John Linnan ami Juan. An aunt of Mi' Linnan was also there, '['he senior Mr Linnan is maki'ng good recovery from a sti"ke suffered a year ago. Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz drov* to Mason City Sunday. Oct. l(i to meet their son. Gary who came by plane from Chicago after visiting his two sisters, Mrs James Ireland and Mrs Cecil Steward. Gary lives at Kngle- wood, Calif, and this is his first time home in 7 years. Mr and Mrs James Craig Seeley and son Scottie Bill have been here from Vinton visiting at the parental Howard Seeley*. Mr Set-ley is County Extension director. His wife remained here to assist in the house work after Mrs H. Selley returned from the Lutheran hospital. Ft. Dodge, where she had surgery. Mr and Mrs James Ireland and family of five- children arrived last Friday night from Chicago to spend (lie weekend with Mrs Ireland's parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Renlx. Rent/As other daughter. Mrs Narman Henevik of St. Paul. Minn, also arrived home Friday night for a visit. Gary Kent/, went back with the Irelands as far as Chicago on his way home to California. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney were recently visited by their son-in-law and daughter. Mr'and Mrs Lawrence Wier and Pal of Minneapolis.'Minn. L;iler they had as guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. D»Storck and Douglas of Blairstown who also visited Mr Storck's mother, Mrs Lillie Storck and Mr and Mrs Don Anderson at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Storck had formerly lived at Mason City, moving to Blairstown a ' few months ago. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Y&/s/s//m'ss//r/s/s/r/rs/s/ss/s////r///^^ Holiday Feature Let Us Re-Set Her" Diamond And It Will Be Her "PERFECT" Gift Our Wonderful New "FEATURE GLO" Sellings Make Cen- ler Diamonds Look Almost Twice Their Size — Twice As Brilliant! 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