The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 4
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4-Al9&na (la.) Upper Des Melnes Thursday, Nov. 17, 1955 . . AROUND ALGONA Mr and Mrs G. C. Barton Spent Sunday at Titonka where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Howard Andrews. Mr and Mrs W. F. Colwell and three children spent Sunday at Clarion where they visited Mr? Colwell's mother, Mrs O. G. Day. Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and three children of Adol spent the weekend here with Mrs Ban wart's parents, Mr and Mrs H. M Colwell. Mrs Ben Bakken has returned from Rochester, Minn, where she was a hospital patient for over two weeks receiving treatment for Arthritis. Mrs Beverly Will came from her home in Welcome. Minn., to attend the meeting of Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi on Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl had as their weekend guests. Mrs- Dahl's son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and their three boys of Fairmont. Dr. G. E. 'Bartlett left Tuesday morning for his home in New Sharon after a week's visit here in the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs W. A. Bartlett. Mr and Mrs Carl Morck, Jr. are the parents of a new son born Friday at the St. Ann hospital. They also have a daughter. Mary. Local grandparents are Mr and'Mrs Carl Morck. Sr. Mr and Mrs George Balluff were visited by Verlc Abbott of Guttenberg over the weekend Mrs Balluffs parents. Mr and Mrs A. H. Masters of Dubuquc are spending this week here. Mr and Mrs Bill Kessinger of Carlinville, III. spent from Saturday through Tuesday here with Mrs Kessinger's parents, Mr and Mrs Ross Calhoun. her brother, Marvin Calhoun and cither relatives. Mr and Mrs William Ankenbauer. Jr. had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Billy H. Woods of Belton, Tex. The visitors came to make the acquaintance of the new Ankenbauer son. Mr and Mrs Duich Winegar left Tuesday for their home in . Cedar Rapids after a visit of scv- ' cral days with Mrs Wine-gar's sister and family, the Milton Wills. Mrs Winegar is the former Evelyn Wallburg. Mrs Rose Loper had as her guest last week, her daughter, Mrs John McClintock of Des Moines. Mr McClintock joined his wife for the weekend and they returned home Sunday. Mrs McClintock is the former Lorraine Loper. The Union Township Mother, arid Daughter club held a potluck supper at Good Hope Nov. 10. Roll call, songs and a talk and pictures shown by Mr and Mrs Alfred Schenck and Frank Hofius on their trip to Alaska, provided the entertainment. Rebekah Lodge will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 7:Hfl p.m. at Moose Hall. Mrs Augusta Lavrenz entered St. Ann hospital for medical treatment on Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Charles McVay were visited by Mr and Mrs Wayne Christian of Des Moines over the weekend. Sunday dinner guests of Mr ind Mrs Virgil Rohlf were Mr Rohlf's parents. Mr and Mrs J. A. Rohlf of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Henry Schick and granddaughter. Sylvia Ann, were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Metzgcr home. Mr and Mrs C. R. LaBarre plan to leave Friday on a trip of several weeks to Phoenix, Ariz, anrl points in Southern California. Mr and Mrs Vemon Jensen had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Roux.e, former Algonans. now of Ames. Mr and Mrs John Zalaznik had as their guests from Saturday through Tuesday, Mrs Zala/.nik's parents. Mr and Mrs Archie White of Ottumwa. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders have as their guest this week, their ten yeai old niece, Mary Joan Scliaap of Hayward. Calif. She accompanied her father on an airplane business trip to Chicago and he will come here Friday to pick her up for the return trip. There are two more sessions of the Girl Scout Leaders training school on Friday, Nov. 18 and Tuesday. No.v. 22. The school is identical to the one held earlier in the fall and leaders who missed .single sessions at that time arc invited to make them up during this series. Mr and Mrs Ken Renken have moved into the Mrs P. W. Hanson house on McGregor street. Mr Renken is with the Lutheran Mutual Life Insurance Co. and they came here from LeMars. They have two children, Larry a first grader in the high school building and the baby daughter, Lisa. Mr and Mrs A. E. Briggs had as their weekend guests, Mr Briggs' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Johnson ot Minneapolis and Mrs Briggs' son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Ermels and son, Martin John of Webster City. On Sun- clay they were joined by Mr and Mrs Don Pecoy and three children for a family dinner. Mr and Mrs John Dutton have received word that their son. Master Sgt. Gt-orgo Dutton with his wife and two children have landed at San Francisco, Calif, after being stationed in Japan lor two years. Tney have an apartment in San Francisco and George will be at the Presidio base there. Mrs Dutton and (he children spent several months here before going to Japan. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips had as their weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Leon Yates and son, Gary of Ottumwa. The men did some pheasant, hunting. Kenneth Hargreaves of Omaha .--pen! the weekend here with his parent.-., Mr and Mrs Harry Hat- greaves and his sister and family, the Dick Cooks. Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee went to Lincoln. Neb. on Friday to spend the weekend with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Earl Beardsley. The Goodwill truck will be ai Will Runchcy's the morning of November 22. Anyone wishing to donate toys, clothes etc. be ure ami bring them the day before. Don Schaap, son of Dr. and Mrs C. D. Schaap, E. Kcnncy"", has been named to the marching band at Romper Military School. Boonville. Mo. Schaqp plays the bass. Mr and Mrs G. R. Cook are leaving for the south in their trailer this week. They plan to go first to Inla, Kansas foi 'Thanksgiving with Mrs Cook's sister and thence to St. Petersburg, Florida. Mr and Mf« Bob Ames arrived Friday for a visit of several days with Mr Seller's parents, Mr and Mrs Matt Solx.er and Mrs Sclzer's sisters, Mrs Milton Will and Mrs Harold Van Allen. Mr and Mrs Donald Weave* ot Westfork, Arkansas, are visiting here this week with Mrs Weaver's parents, the L. Maas- dams and with Mr Weaver's relatives at Mason City. The two sons are in school and thus unable to accompany their parents. The Cub Seoul pen currently under the supervision of Mrs W, A. Bartlett went to the home ot Henry Guderian during their regualr meeting Monday afternoon. Mr Guderian showed the boys his collection of agates ana told them many interesting facts about the stones. Has Appendectomy Otlosen—Gary Cooper, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper, underwent an emergency appendectomy Tuesday night at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. The young man is a senior this year at Ottosen high school. Late Sports Basketball results of games played in the area Monday and Tuesday nights are as follows: Swea Cify 67, Ledyard 55 (boys) Lakota 55, Whiitemore 46 (girls) Lone Hock 53, Burl 32 (girls) Burl 48, Lone Rock 46 (boys) Ledyard 44, Grant 34 (girls) Grant 60, Ledyard 30 (boys) Vernon Cons. 32, St. Joe 29. Bruce Cabby's 26 point total gave Swea City a victory at Ledyard in a hot game. Lakota's girls led all the way against Whittemore. Sachs hit for 23 points and Hertzke for 19. Vaudt Jed Whittemore with 26. Madonna Marlow led the Lon" Rock girls to victory over Buri with 24 points while Mary Keith paced the losers with 20. In the boys game, Harold Batt, John Sniidt and Jerry Carman led the Burt attack to victory in a close contest, while John Cotton and Ramus were top scorers for Lone Rock. * * » John Diekman's 245 line topped single line tallies at the Hawkeye Lanes this week. At Barry Alleys, Paul Seeley's 231 line won high honors. Other 200 bowlers or better for the week were Herb Hedlund, Clayt Piltman, John Hike, Chuck Mullin, Bob Bigings. Loo Gardner, Louie Gilbride, Francis Mc- Conncll, Art Ashton, Joe Dona- hue, Ernie Lavrenz, Wilfovd Rood, Gus Blanchard, Clarence Bonker and Don Smith, at the Hawkeye Lanes. At Barry's, Ed MiUag, Joe Fosnaugh, R. Jones, Cliff Bfiis- chotcr, and Homer Clark till bettered 200. See pages one and two of the third section for complete county sports .news and the Entertainment Page for bowling league standings. Plow 65 Acres For III Wesleyan Wesley—Good neighbors went to the Albin Swanson farm home on Wednesday, Nov. 9, with equipment, and plowed 6, r > acres. The men included Lou Goet/.. Leon Gardner, Carl Pals, George Gremmer, Jack Weiland, Tod Weiland, George Ostercamp, Herman Ostercamp, John Smith, Bill Titus, Ed Hillenga, Howard Funnemark. Arvin Larson, Tony Poarson, John Ilildman, Harry Peters, Clair Ilildman. Ray Cartson, Otto Fox, Russell Swanson, all of Wesley, and others from more distant areas, as well as Dean Boykcn, who is employed at the Swanson home. Women who helped furnish and prepare the lunch for the workers were Mesdamcs Earl Sch til/. Arvin Larson, Harlan Muehnng and Jack Smith. Mr Swanson was a surgical patient at Mercy Hospital in Mason City recently. Fell From Haymow Wesley—Ray Hanson fell from a haymow recently and received a badly sprained knee. (J(HJ(J fllML M/M ! I Wb to&A)| New Idea 95 bu spreader NEW BLUE RIBBON FEATURES . . . Slanted arch, steel flares and endgate, bigger upper cylinder, Penta-treated wood sides and bottom, stronger distributor, screw tension adjustment for apron. PLUS — full year service guarantee f (lib >WOVt/ and look it over. You'll agree it's today's top spreader buy. See our large ad on page 11 of the Farm & Home Section HERE TODAY! Americas Finest Medium-Priced. 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