The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1956
Page 25
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2-Algona (la.) Upper D*» Main** Tuesday, February 14, Riverdale-Ctesco Homemakers Club will meet with Mrs Nicholas Weydert, Wednesday afternoon. Feb. 15. Mrs Marie Ogren left Friday for Indianapolis for a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs E. E. Alger. Mrs Emma Crouch was visited last, week Sunday by her brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs A. J. Onneren of Thor. Mrs A. J. Eason drove to Eagle Grove Saturday to spend the day with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ervin Og- land. Mr and Mrs James Potter and children spent the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., With Mr and Mrs Robert Marcy, former residents here. Beverly Gerber spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ervin Gerber. Beverly ( attends Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey had the latter's cousin Walter Blinkman and his wife and family of Ringsted as guests last week Sunday. Mrs M. G. Bourne and Richard Palmer will take groups of high school students to Cedar Rapids to attend the Coe College Speech Tournament to be held Feb. 16, 17 and 18. Brownie troop number four made Valentine favors for the patients at St. Ann hospital recently. Leaders are Mrs Vic Parsons and Mrs Everett Baldus. There are 22 girls in the troop. Mr and Mrs Hy Lund have returned from a trip to California, Nevada and Texas. They spent Christmas with Mrs Verna Ludwig, a daughter, at Henderson. Nev. They left Algona Dec. 19 with Roy Buttcrfield, a brother- in-law, and covered 11,000 miles. Mrs Alice Clayton and Mr and Mrs Harold Clayton of Estherville were at Livermore over the weekfend and Sunday celebrated the eighth birthday of Bobbie Roethler. son of Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler whom tney visited. Mrs Roethler is a daughter of Mrs Clayton. Darrell McNerney, who had been assistant manager of the lo- ral Fareway store the past three years, started Monday at the new Fareway store at Waverly where he will also be the assistant manager. The family will move to Waverly as soon as living quarters can be found. .Mrs Agnes Laidley has improved from her recent sickness and is up arid around a part of the time but was not able to return to her apartment as was reported. She hopes to be able to do so before long. She is with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. Mrs C. M. Whitehill accompanied her daughter, Mrs Harold Angus, Mrs Charles Lappi; and Mrs William Madsen of Burt to Mason City Friday to sec William Madsen Jr., a patient at Park hospital. Mr Madsen was in the recent plane accident in which Cliff Behrends was killed. Mrs Roger Anderson and her parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Guy of Renwick drove to Brainerd, Minn.. Saturday to be with Mr and Mrs Robert Chapman ot Backus, whose little three and a half year old daughter was burned when hot water was spilled. Mrs Chapman is a daughter (if Mr and Mrs Guy. Mrs C. M. Whitehill cared for the Andersons' son Dean during her absence. Mrs Whitehill, Mrs Chas. Clement and Mrs Guy are sisters. The Chapmans are son- in-law and daughter of Mr and Mrs Guy. Mr and Mrs Joe Buscher are vacationing in Florida. Mrs Perry Byam spent the weekend at Austin, Minn., with her parents, brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Robert Carr spent last week Sunday at Redfield with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Allen Carr. Mr arid Mrs Elmer Cook left Wednesday for a vacation of a month in Arizona, probably locating at Phoenix for most of the time. Donald Ramui returned Thursday from Joliet. 111., where he had visited his brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Joe Ramus. Vic Frideres, Marilyn Jasperson, Don Fride»'es and Jim Hoffman spent Feb. 3-4 at Great Lakes, 111., where they attended the graduation exercises of Vic's son. Dick, who completed b'asic training at the naval training center, Feb. 4. Dick now goes to San Francisco where he will be assigned to a naval ship. Mrs Ida Chtsm w« viaited last week by Mr and Mrs Wayne Strayer and family of O'gden. Mr and Mrs Marian Herbets and Holly Anne of Wells, Minn. w«:re weekend guests of the R. E. Lieb family. Mr and Mrs Harold E. Smith h;id as dinner guest Saturday the latter's cousin, Mrs Harold Steward, of Burt. Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand were visited Sunday by Mrs D'er- mand's mother, Mrs Stella Ram- ort of Fort Dodgtf Mr and Mrs Walter Woods en- terfained the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs L. J. Woods at dinner Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion were visited Saturday by their son- in-law and daughter, MY and Mrs Wilson Abernathy and daughter Carol Jean of Mas6n City. Mr and Mrs Gordon Ditlevson spent the weekend at Faribault, Minn., with their respective fam- lies, Mr and Mrs Andrew Ditlevson and Mr and Mrs Thomas Asbe. Mr and Mrs John Buscher were accompanied to Des Moines recently to attend the A^G.C. open house. They also wero guests of the Gibbs-Cook Tractor and Equipment. Mrs Irene Spurgeon has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital following a slight stroke suffered a few weeks ago. She has been living with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs J. I. Merryman during the winter. Her home is at Quaker City Ohio. Another sister, Mrs E. E. Gustason of Tama has been here during her sickness. Mr and Mrs Ed Abba* hid as dinner guest Friday the former's cousin, Theis Abbas ot M&Soti City, navy recruiting fifficef. Mr and Mrs Wiltet WtiMfe •*« moving to Rehwick, Match 1, and will farm. They natfe 1 6*en living in the Dale Hasty duplex at 718 East Oak street. Mr and Mrs Paul Detlman were dinner guests Sunday of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Pete Looft. Mr and Mrs Looft, formerly of Armstrong, moved Feb. 1 and are employed by Hugh Black at his dairy farm. Mr and Mrs Ben Wibbtfn hate returned from Phoenix, Ariz., having gone thflfre with their niece and her husband, Mr and Mrs Richard Gross of Lone Rock. The Gross family will make their home there and Mr Gross will be employed by Livingston Tool company. Mr and Mrs John Buscher had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr and Mrs Gilbert Buscher, Mr and Mrs Dick Buscher, Tom, Joe, Ronnie, Mary and Larry Buscher. The Dick Buschers have been living at Ta- conia. Wash., while Mr Buscher was in service. He was recently discharged and the couple returned home. Mr and Mrs Hans Johannsen, former residents here now living at Waverly, visited Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen and friends here Thursday. • They had also bt-eri at Whiuemore to visit Mr and Mrs Lawrence Peril, brother- in-law and sister of Hans. Mrs Johannsen, the former Myrtle Melville, has made satisfaclory recovery from hip surgery. TREMENDOUSLY: CREASE RESISTANT THIS IS NATIONAL SIW and SAVE, WHK SAVE drip 'n dry ing cottons i ^^^^^^, • • AN S & L EXCLUSIVI at th« FABULOUS* FIRST-TIMI-IVI* LOW MICI Of COATS and CLARK'S Mercerized SEWING THREAD 700 YD. SPOOL 40, 50, OR 60 MITE YARD ' C... u „ . .- f-Jj , *J . • *- - ' ' MADE TO SEU FOR FAR, FAR M0*6 Not only do ycu iov* tremendouity/ but you get the totally new, miraculoui DRIP-DRY, CREASE RESISTANT cottons that stay o«tal fresh, crispy new without ironing, without starch. Come to S&L now and select fabrics for your soring sewing from this brand •«w and large collection of irresistabl* i. 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