The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1956 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1956
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The Cresco mothers and daughter club will meet with Mrs Clifford Peter, Wednesday afternoon, April 11. Mrs Mary Buenger spent Easter at Long Willow with her son- in-law and daughter Mr, and Mrs Ed W.ichtendahl. ' Mr and Mrs Charles McVay went to Webster City Monday to visit the letter's parents, the Rev.; and Mrs J. J. Share. Mr and Mrs'Jerry Lewis were Visited over) the weekend by their son-iri-la\V and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Brugman; Ames. Mr and Mts Luther ,• Loescn spent Easter: Sunday at Hampton with Mrs Loesch's brother-in-law and, sister, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Hais'ch; '.'(I,-- S ; ;. ,Mr and Mrs. Bert (Humes and children spent tne Easter weekend at St. Peter/Miring with Mt-s Harmes' parents, Mr and Mrs E. F.. Foss. Mrs : Lillian Devine left Wednesday to spe/id Easter ,with Dr. and Mrs Joe Sexton, Sumner, Iowa. Mrs Sexton is Mrs Devine's daughter. Mr and Mrs Bob McCulloiigh were visited over the Easter weekend by the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Michaelson of Correctionville. John Saunders arrived home Thursday from Iowa City where he attends college to spend Easter vacation with his mother, Mrs Eula Saunders, Bancroft. Mr and Mrs G. D. Brundage are leaving Wednesday for Little Rock, Ark., a,nd will visit a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs J. W. Biggers and family. "Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukail had their son and, daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Duane Wallu- kait and daughters Jane and Julie of Humboldt as dinner guests Friday evening. Jack Allen came from Cedar Falls Thursday where he is enrolled to work cm his Masters degree • and spent the Easter weekend with < his parents, Mr and Mrs Williarri Allen. Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud and Mrs Minnie Mines left last week for Kansas City, Mo., to visit Mr and Mrs Walter Halsrud. Mr Halsrud is a son of the Pete Halsruds and his wife is a daughter of Mrs Hines. Mr and Mrs Harry Ward were visited, over the: Easter weekend by their so'n and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs.Kendall Ward of Des Moines. The 'daughter Patty is also here from Ames where she is a student at the I6wa State College. Mr and Mrs< L V WUUW».. Bakejj were dinner guests Easter" Sunday of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs H. E. Presthus at Bancroft. , Other guests were Mr and Mrs John Schulz of Irvington, Mrs Sadie Woodward and Mrs Minnie Weidenheft of Elmore, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker. Mr and Mrs Don Pneskorn were visited over the Easter weekend by 'Mrs Prieskorn's sister, Mrs Frank Young of Fort Dodge. The twin sons have been here with Mr and Mrs Prleskorn since the death a few weeks ago of Mr' Young. The ,'daughter Janice who had been in the army hospital at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., is now at Fort Dodge and i.s improving from an attack of rheumatic fever. She is still confined to bed but her recovery is very satisfactory. New Safety Tire Shown Fr. Brady To Conduct Retreat Mr and Mrs Dick Post had the letter's mother, Mrs Lillian_White> of Manilla, as Easter weekend guest. Mr and Mrs ,Clair Blossom spent Easter Sunday at West Bend with Mrs Blossom's sister, Mrs Mayme Hogah. Mrs. Maude: Blake, has been suffering an attack of lumbago the past several days. She now is Improving somewhat. Mr and Mrs William Allen had as 'Easter guests, the latter's mother and husband,; Mr and • Mrs Richard Cook of Mason City.'. Mr and Mrs John Homer were visited Friday :by ,Mfs Romcr's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leonard Beck of Dickens. i James. Bunkdfske, son of Mr and .Mrs H. T. Bunkofske spent' the Easter weekend with his parents. He is a student at-the Iowa State College, Ames. Mr and Mrs Walter Bradley and family were dinner guests Easter Sunday of Mrs Bradley's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Henry Thilges at Bode. Mr arid Mrs R. S. Blossom had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Sigurd Fardal and son Dan d'f Forest City as dinner guests a week ago Sunday. Dr. and Mrs Daniel Bray spent the' Easter weekend at Kansas City, Mo., with Mr and Mrs Leo Sebus and family. 'Mrs Sebus is a sister "of the doctor. Mr and Mrs W. R. Clawson entertained Mr and Mrs W. 'H. Brandow and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Brandow at dinner Easter Sunday. Mrs Kenneth Brandow is a daughter of the Clawsons. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney returned Wednesday from Iowa Falls where they had spent a few days with their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs Robert Holzhammer and son David. Mrs L. J. Heed has spent /three weeks at the Rochester, Minn., hospital clinic receiving treatment for a "frozen" shoulder, a form of Arthritis. She is returning there for surgery on the member, it being necessary to remove a ealcium deposit. Mrs Hilda Gronwall returned Saturday /from San -Diego and Fuilerton, Calif., where she had spent the winter. At San Diego she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs George Sayles and at Fuilerton she was with hen son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Jerry Gronwall. , The Rebekah lodge will mee! April 10 at 8 p.m. at the Mooff Hall. ,, > . ••'• ,;,'.; tt Judy Stienblock Who attend! school at Deis Moines spent the! weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman StienblockT Mr and Mrs Waller Boeckhoif and Cheri were supper guests Easter Sunday evening, at the parental, Mr and Mrs J. M. Elinore's. . . Mrs Henrietta Bowman had a"S Easier Sunday dinner guests her son Durwood, a student at the State University, Iowa City, her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Robert Giddings of Ames and Mr and M$s Clifford Jarlson of Wesley.' i The Reverend, Frank Brady, above, DYO speech director, and pastor of St. Cecelia parish, Sanborn, Iowa, will conduct the annual high school students' retreat at St. Cecelia Academy, April 16-18. ' . Father Brady is a graduate of Trinity College, Sioux City, and received his theological training at Kenrick Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. Prior to his appointment as pastor of St. Cecelia's, Sanborn, Father Brady was assistant at St. Bernard's parish, Breda. In' the past few years Father, Brady has conducted several parish missions and high school retreats throughout the Sioux City Diocese. L. S. BOHANNON Springtime means another farm season, with grass fires, machinery qn the roads, and the chance of injury to farm employee* Does Farm Liability insurance pa!y up to $10,000 in damages and $250 in Medical payments caused by accidents on the farm. premises, or by «ny member of the household on or off the farm? For the answers to -your insurance questions,%feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. Mrs Hilda Gronwall arrived home- MondaV- after, spending five months at San Diego, Calif. Her son met her at Perry, la. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bohannon and Mrs George Harris spent Thursday at Des Moines. ' Mr. Bohannon' attended to business transactions! Dr. and Mrs H. K. Richardson wore recently visited by the lat- tei s brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs 1 Wayne Fczler and children Richard and Judy of Brainard, Minn.. Mr and Mrs A. L. Long are at Iowa City where Mr Long had eye surgery Friday at University hospital. He had a cornea transplant, an operation he has expected to have done for some time. Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby had as dinner guests Sunday the former's son-in-law and daughters, Mr arid Mrs K. W. Thorcson of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs "Bud" Anderson, and Mr'and Mrs Cliff Bowman of Spencer. Patty, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Balluff, had a tonsillectomy at St. Ann hospital last week. She is now fully recovered. Mr and Mrs Bnlluff will have as guests next week the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs A. H. Masters of Dubuque who will spend a week here. • J. F. Milder, manager of the Rapid Thermogas Co. of Algona, spent four days in De.s Moines recently attending a stockholder With the driving public becoming more and more interested in the safety features of tubeless tires, which are slated to aid greatly in accident-prevention, announcement of the new Firestone "Supreme" tubeless tire is being made by Bradley Bros., dealers and distributors of the tire, together with a number of county dealers. The new tubeless tire, pictured above, is constructed from a new nylon cord that pound for pound is stronger than steel. The tire is being hailed as puncture and blow-out safe, with a wider, deeper tread that gives better riding quality. Safety authorities are recommending to motorists that ears be equipped with this type of tire for safety on the road. Full details may be secured at the dealers listed in a full page advertisement in today's Upper Des Moines. NOW ' / 3 OFF ON A QUART OF DuPontBUCO the. "one coat magic" odorless enamel! 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