The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1956 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1956
Page 27
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Around ••'" r * Algona Mrs fcd Blumer is n l« f - s ! vvin S dub this afternoon, (Tuesday). P.E.O. Society mcels Wedftes' day afternoon at the hbm'e of Mrs Ted Herbst. Mrs Bob LaBarre is hosless to the members of her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday). . ' , •—o— , ''• Ann, infant daughter 6! Mr and Mrs J, F. Milder Wws hospitalised overnight Friday at St. Ann with' a throat infection. Jim, youngest son of Mr and Mrs 1 Merle Moxley, is-a patient at St. Ann hospital suffering from a severe allergy. 1 • —o'— MfB Chatles Mardgroye is entertaining r her sewing' club this afternoon, (Tuesday). MVs Glen Jones is assisting hostess. Bob and John Pratt of Fairmont, Minn, spent their' Easter vacation here with their grandmother, Mrs Milton Dahl. —o— Mrs N. A. Best entertained a group of youngsters on Monday afternoon in honor of the sixth birthday of her son, Jimmy. —o— Mr and Mrs Mitch "Taylor were hosts to their couple eard club on Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove were guests. Mr and Mrs William Schuijer had as their guests Sunday, Mr Schutjer's parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Walrod and Cheryl of Tito nk a. Mr and Mrs' Irving Miller and Scott and Denny spent from Friday until Sunday at Davenport with Mr Miller's parents, Mr and Mrs Max Miller. —o— -(. Mr and Mrs Matt -Kelch and 'family of Luverne, Minn, were Easter guests of Mr and Mrs Matt Solzer. Mrs Kelch is the former Catherine Selzer. - , • • _ —o— R. B. Waller and sons, Denny and Steve went to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Sport Show. They remained overnight and returned Sunday. Troop 71 of the Boy Scouts held a recognition pot-luck supper Monday evening at the Methodist Church. Parents and families were in attendance. —o— The Hobby Club plans to go to Britt Wednesday to meet with Mrs Daisy Ellis. The trip has been postponed several times because of bad weather. —o— The Big 6 Birthday club had a, pot-luck lunQheon.vMonday, at trie. Home of Mrs Emma Pehnert. The anniversary being honored was that of Mrs J. P. Smith, -'-o— Mrs Dean Graw was hostess to her bridge club on Monday evening. Mrs David'Smith was a guest. The club is composed of newer residents of Algona. Q . . Lonita Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding has returned to St. Catherine's Academy at St. Paul, Minn, after spending the Easier vacation here. Sheila Sullivan will return to St. Mary's of the Woods in Indiana today after spending the spring vacation here with her parents, Mr and Mrs W. W. Sullivan. Mrs David Smijh accompanied her sister, Mrs Jul Studer of Wesley to Mankato, Minn. Monday where they took the Studer daughter, Cathleen back to college after the Easter vacation. Flip Miller returned to his studies at the Virginia Military Institute Sunday after spending a week of Easter vacation here with his mother, Mrs Beth Miller and his grandfather, Dr. P. V. Janse. —o— Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs had as their guests on Friday, Mrs Ricklefs parents, Mr and Mrs M. A. .Bagge of Fonda and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Charles Mason and little son of Oskaloosa. Walter Schildtknecht will conduct a furnace dealers' meeting Wednesday evening at the Warden Hotel in Fort Dodge. Also attending from here will be Mrs Schildtknecht and Mr and Mrs L. S. Muckey. —o— "Shag" Cook and Bill Fain have returned to Des Moines where they are students at Drake University after spending the spring vacation here with their respective parents, the Don Cooks and the M. H. Fains. —o— Mr and Mrs Leonard Meissner and three children spent the Easter weekend at Sioux City where they visited Mr Meissner's family. They were houseguests of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Carl Scholties. Marry Here March 18 Mr and Mrs Dean P. Reed, married in a private ceremony at Bancroft March 18, are shown here. Rev. A. M. Youngquist performed the double ring ceremony in the Immanuel Lutheran Church at 2:30 p.m. The bride wore a lilac colored suit with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Mrs Glen Danberry, Mankato, sister of the bridegroom, served as bridesmaid, and Milo Johnson, brother of the bride, was best man. Mrs Reed is the former Renelda Johnson, daughter of Mrs Helen Johnson of Burt, Mr Reed is the son of Charles E. Reed of Mankato. The bride attended Burt high school and Mankato Commercial College, and has*been employed at Greenberg Auto Supply in Algona. Mr Reed attended school in Mankato, served three years, including 14 months in Korea, in the regular army. He is a construction worker by trade. Following the wedding ceremony, a reception for 40 guests was held at th<e bride's 'home. A buffet lunch was served. The young couple will leave soon after Easter for California where they plan to make their home. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) Mrs Neal Smith returned home Friday from Mason City where she had been a patient at Park hospital for several weeks. Her son, David drove over to bring her home. Mrs Smith is doing nicely but remains quite weak. Mr and Mrs L. S. Muckey entertained at a family dinner on Easter Suttday. Present were Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey and family, Mr and Mrs Russ Pickett and family, Mr and Mrs Bob Williams and family and Chct Williams. • —o— Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and family and Mrs Clara Pratt were at V/est Union, Sunday, attending a reception in honor of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Vern Pratt. Mrs Clara Pratt and the late Dennis Pratt were attendants at the original ceremony. The women are sisters and the men were brothers. *- Married Couples of Ihe Melh- church will have a square dancing party Saturday evening. The committee in charge consists of Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles, Mi and Mrs Milton Will and Mr and Mrs "Sparky" Hutchinson. Mr and Mrs Richard Burt had as their guests from Friday through Monday, Mr and Mrs William Curtis and baby of Iowa City. Mrs Curtis is a sister of Mr Burt and Mr Curtis is a law student at the State University. New! Smart! Console Tone! Motorola CAR RADIO Mf and Wfts Waller Sehildi- knechl entertained at a family dihnfei? o1\ Stlnday. •• Guests were their parents!, Mr an'd Mrs Walter Schildtktiecht, Sr. and Mrs Martha Albright of Estherville and , the brother , and sister-in- law,'Mr and Mrs Lyle Albright and family of Lake City. ; , —Q— '• Mr And M« Crleh .Crilly, forrri* er well-known Algonans, arrived Wednesday from their home in Arcadia, Calif, for a visit of several weeks with Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles and Mr and Mis Bob Lovstad at Burt. Easter Sunday the Voyles entertained at a family dinner in honor of the visitors. —o— Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi is having a dinner party Thursday evening in honor of prospective new members. After the dinner at Van's Cafe the group will go to the home of Mrs Milton Will. Eligible to take the Exemplar degree this spring and guests at the party are Jerry McKean, Anita Theiseh, Helen Haas, Helen Schlievert, Irma Dee Cook, Beverly Zender and Vera Mae Bradley. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Rites Mar. 28 At Lakota For • Korse Ellman « Korse Ellman, a victim of multiple sclerosis for the past 20 .vrars, died at his home in the \vf'st part of Lakota on Sunday afk'rnoon, March 25. .Death was can.scci by a heart condition. Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 28, at two I'Vlnek at the First Presbyterian church with the Rev. Harlan Knise, pastor officiating. Burial l""k place in the Maple Hill Cemetery, Lakota. Pallbearers at the service were Andrew Jansen, Russell Winter. Konald Heetland, L. A. Meyer, John W. Cook, ahd C. A. Gut- knec.'ht. Mr Ellman was born August 13, 1896 on a farm 3ri German Valley. He is survived'by his wife, Ella; one son, -Vincent of Lakota, one daughter, Maxine, Mrs Louis Greener, of Marquette, Iowa, onq, Mrs Art Anderson, of Swea City, and one brother, Albert of New Auburn, Wis._ nnd rnnny friends who admired his cheerfulness during the rnany, long years he was an invalid and cared for by his wife. Tuesday, April 3, 1956 Afgdna (la.) Upper Dei Mdirtes~3 Llvermore by Lena Altman Three babies were bapti7.ed Palm Sunday at the Methodist Church during the church services. They are Dawn Andersen, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Andersen, Gary Lee Bordwcll, son of Mr and Mrs Harry Bordwell, and Douglas Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Tilton. Dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Laurence Ruhnkc home in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Ruhnke and son Dale were Mr and Mrs Ernest Haack and daughter Geraldine. The three children of Mr and Mrs Wallace Haack have been confined to their home with illness. Their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Tom Taylor of Bradgate visited them Sunday evening. Mary Ann Scotl R,, N. of the Luthdrah hrf'spital in Fort Dodge spent Friday with her parents', Mr and Mrs Norman Scott. She spent tho weekend with friends in Des Moincs. Kenneth Schreiber and son Roger of Otlosen visited Friday with his parents, Mr ;md Mrs Elmer Schreiber. Mr and Mrs Adam Berle and two sons of Kanawha and Mr and Mrs Cletiis Strtrit and family of St. Joe were Sunday evwiin.u supper guests at the Mrs Anna Berte home. Mr Berte is a nephew of Mrs Berte and Mrs Streit is her daughter. Mr and Mrs Ed Andersen of Renwick visited Sunday at. the home of their son Don Andersen and family and attended the baptism of their grandson, Dawn Andersen, at t h e Methodist church. Mr and Mrs Karl spent Sunday at the their daughter, in Hardy and Baessler home ol Mrs Dean .lames helped their son Paul James celebrate his second birthday. Mr and Mrs M. E. Larimer of Webster City visited Sunday at the home of. his sister, Mrs William Murray. Gary Schultz, son of Mr and Mrs Dick Schultz, was confined to his home the first of the week with the flu. Francis Murphy and Frank Devine attended the funeral services of Mrs Mike O'Reilly at the Catholic church in Barnum Wednesday morning. Mrs O'Reilly was 88 years of nge at the time of her death. She is sur- 5 vived by two sons, Maurice and Bernard, and two daughters 1 , Marie and Bess, all of Barnum. Mr O'Reilly operated a grocery store here for many years before the family moved onto a farm near Barnum. Kate Fart-el), who was a patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge for several weeks, has returned home. Margaret Weyer, who teaches at Dysart, spent her Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs Mary Weyer. , A son was born Wednesday, March 21 to Mr and Mrs Ernest Gales at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. FOWLER WON'T FADE OUT under bridges/ viaducts/ underpasses... wh»rtv»r there's a tlgnol! 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