The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 34
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6~Algon« (te».) Upper Oes Moines Tuesday, January 3, 1956 Johnson Baby, Lone Rock, Rites Dec. 26 Lone Rock — Graveside ritrs were held at Burl last Mondny 1'or Paul Benjamin, infant son of Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson (if Lone Rock, who was born December !(> and died December 2fi. He is survived by his parents. two brothers »nd one sistcn-. A brother Jamos preceded him in death in 1936. Rev. C. E. Nordino officiated with Thomas funeral home in charge. Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris spent the Christmas weekend at Cow- rie visiting their daughter and family <he Jack Johnsons. Monday the Morris and Johnson families left for Omaha for a visit with Mr Morris' sister and family. On the way home they stopped at Oakland for a visit with Mrs James Morris of San Bernardino. Calif, who is visiting relatives there. Mr and Mrs Morris returned home Tuesday. Angus Cotton, Jr. and Miss Bexerly Hedlund of Chicago, 111., spent the Christmas holidays visiting the Angus Cotton, Sr. home. Miss Hedlund was a house guest at the Kenneth Jackson home. Christmas day they were all dinner guests at the Angus Cotton home. . Susan Blanchard is spending a few days at tffe Elmer Frank home at Swea City. Larry Frank is visiting here with Craig Blanchard. Callers last week at the Leslie Johnson home were Mcsdames Geo. B. Long, E. M. Jensen, Carl Peterson, Art Priebe. Clarence Martin, E..A. Lee, A. A. Krueger, Ronald Christenson and Clarence Kraft. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and Debra of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Eldon Warnke of Yale, Mr and Mrs Vernon. Johnson of Arm, strong, Mr and Mrs R. vV. Williams of Estherville and Jim Larson of Sioux City. ,Mr and Mrs Delnaar Angus> Georgia Ann tmd Joy of Burt, Mrs Robert Angus and Susan, Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer called Wednesday evening at the Fred Genrich home. * ' Wayne Tyler of Ohaha, Neb., spent overnight visiting Mrs Amanda Pettit and family on Thursday. Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris visited in Graettinger Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Mamie Fitzpatrick. and on Thursday they called at the Henry Mtmus home in Burt. The Lone Rock Legion Auxiln- ry will meet Wednesday evening at the hall with initiation of all new members, including the junior members. Hostesses will be Mcsdames' Merwih Mat-low, Erich Heegobarth. Jack Quinn and Richard Gross. The Lone Hock P. W. O. will meet for the first time in the new year next week.. Thursday. Jan. 5 at the church parlors with hostesses Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Jess Blanchard, Mrs Jim Marlow, Mrs A L. Cotton and Mrs Hulda Schultz. Topic of the lesson is "In All and Through All and The Whole Way." and will be given by Mrs LnwTence Rath. Donald Jensen, son of the E. M. Jensen's, left Saturday for Walker. Minn, to visit a few days before returning to school at Luther college at Decorah. Mrs Louise Godden returned Monday evening to the home of Mrs Lem Marlow after spending the Christmas weekend at the Gerald Godden home in Forest City. Christmas day guests at the home of Mrs Lem Marlow were Mr and Mrs Jess Marlow and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and family and Mr and Mrs Eldon Marlow and son Leon. Mrs Alfred Schultz. Tim, Debra and Garry, Mrs Chet Alme arid Shirley all of Ottosen spent Thursday at the Maude Blanchard* home. Garry remained here for a few days. Rev and Mrs C. E. Nordine, Marlene and Stanley, visited his mother Mrs Matilda Nordine who has been ill at Albert City, Wednesday. Mrs Floyd Salisbury and family returned home Tuesday after visiting over the holidays at the parental Joe Hertz horrte at Rolfe. Portland Twp. <6 Mrs. Victor Pitch Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson. Linda, Barry and Randy, Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family and Mrs Mary Micha'elscn were guests Friday evening at the Donald Michaelsen home for a Christ mas party. Mr and Mrs Ehvood Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Titonka gathered at the Verla Nelson home Christinas Eve for a Christmas party and gift exchange. Christmas Day dinner guests at the Ben Lampe home were Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and boys, Mr and Mrs Gene Lampe and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Lampe and family of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Blwood , Nelson entertained the following 'guests in their home Christmas Day. Mrs Mary Michaelsen, Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Henry Nelson of Titonka. Mrs Elvira Christensen and family spent Christmas day at the Roger Schmidt home', east of Titonka. Mrs -Roger Schmidt is the'former Phyllis Christensen. Mr and Mrs Rolan Christensen and two little boys of Vandalia, WANT ADS BRING RESULTS RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION gives you more convenience and comfort than any other combination window 1 • flUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home! Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona •///////////////////////////S/S////S/////////////////'//- til. arrived Monday afternoon, to spend the week with his mother, Mrs Elvira ChriStensen and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mrs Grace Trenary and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle went to Estherville Friday to visit Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family. Mr and Mrs Frank Becker and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker and Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley spent Christmas at the Martin Becker home in Algona. Mrs Ray McWhorter received word of the sudden death of her father, Mr E. B. McCorkle, Tuesday morning at the St. Olaf hos- pitnl at Austin, Minn. The funeral was Dec. 29. Mr and Mrs Ray McCorkle of Austin, Minn, and Donald M£- Corkle'of St. Louis, Mo. visited Wednesday at the Kay McWhorter home. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms and family were Christmas Day dinner guest at the Carl Harms home. Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson and boys,' Mr (and Mrs William Hauptly and the Merle Browns had Christmas dinner at the Elmer Hauptly home in Garner. Mrs Elmer Hauptly is an aunt of Mrs Nelson. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, David, Mary and Harris left early Friday morning for Rice- vine, where they will visit Mr and Mrs John Harms and fam- ily. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson, Linda, Barry and Randy and Mr Henry Nelson of Titonka drove to Carpenter Monday to see the. new baby 'boy, James Lowell, born to Mr and Mrs Lowell Jasper recently. Mrs Henry Nelson, mother of Mrs Jasper, returned with them to her home in Titonka, after spending several days helping care for the ftew bnby. Mr and Mrs Harry J. McCorkle of Glendale, Cal. dropped in at the Ray McWhorter home Friday morning for a visit. They came to Algona to spend Christmas with Mrs McCorkle's parents. Mrs McCorkle was formerly Barbara Harvey. They also visited at the Frank Becker home. • BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash Mr and Mrs Wm. Batt spent Christmas Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs Bertha Batt in St. Benedict and on Christmas had members of their immediate family at their home for the day. 'Those present were Mr andi Mrs Wm. Batt Jr.< and children, Irvington, Mr and Mrs Howard Bad and children, Mr and Mrs John M. Miller and chil*' di-en, Mr and Mrs Robert Batt .md Roberta, Mrs R6bert Angus and Susan and Harold Batt. Mr and Mrs Wm. Garman Jf and three children of Sioux Falls, S. D. came Friday for the. New Years weekend with the Wm. Garman Sr. Mrs VanSteenberge and Mrs Isenberger were Christinas day dinner guests at the Lawrence Chipman home. The Boy Scouts are having a paper drive early in January. Save your newspapers for them. The V.F.W. auxiliary sewing meeting will be with Jessie Cha- fefi Tuesday afternoon Jariuarj/ third. Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel received word of the birth of a son on Wednesday, Dec. 28, to Mr and Mrs Gerald Uiedel of Cedar Rapids. The baby weighed 9 Ibs 3 oz. and has been named Ke vin Gerald. This is the first grandson for the Riedels. Henry Dacken is the baby's great grand* father. Dr. arid Mrs Dean Crawford of Muncie, Ind. visited the latter's father, Marion Chipman, arid the grandfather, Elmer Chipman, M well as other relatives, laSt'week, Mrs Earl Ne'ster 6f Worthington-. Minn, accompanied Mrs *'. L. Pratt to Dundee oft Thursday where they were joined latef by Mr Nester and Mr Pratt and all spent the Christmas weekend with Mr and Mrs Ronald Elvidga and sons. > Mr and Mrs Cliff6rd Abbas moved Saturday into the house in the south part of town Which they purchased from Mrs Bertha Stow last week. 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