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Tuesday, May 8, 1956
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 8, 1956 1 ' » •:•.:,:. • .. .... - . Mr"Bnd Mrs B. A. Thorpe were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Frank Stephenson of Goldfield. Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan spent Sunday at Rock Valley with the former's father, D. J ticanlan. Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman are being visited this week by the latter's mother, Mrs Minnit Holland of Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs Harvey Steven were visited Friday by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mr. Everett Steven of Sexton. Mr and Mrs Leo Thilges spent Sunday at West Bend with the former's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs John Thilges Mr and Mrs John Thuente spent the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Ray Besch, former residents here Mr and Mrs "Pat" Jensen lefl Monday for Sioux City. Mrs Jensen will spend a couple of weeki with her mother, Mrs C. C. Fowler. Mr and Mrs R. J. Stephenson plan to spend Mother's Day at Cedar Rapids with Mrs Stephenson's mother, Mrs Clara Mc- Calium. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion and Webb drove to Mason City Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy, son-in-law and daughter of the Ortons. Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore had as guest last week their nephew Keith Jacobus, of Fort Leonard 'Wood, Mo., who had been at his home in Cashton, Wis., on a lur- lough. Mr and. Mrs Harold Smith are being visited by the latter's son Elvin Ray 'Moore, S/3C of San Diego, Calif. He will also spend some time at Titonka with his grandmother, Mrs Edna Richter. Moore at the end of his leave will go to Long Beach. His ship it the U.S.S. Floyd B. Parks, a destroyer. Mr and Mrs Hallard Snyder Sr. plan to spend the' Mother's Day weekend at Humeston with the former's mother, Mrs May Snyder. They will also visit Mrs Snyder's brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holder and Mr and Mrs Floyd Williamson who live on farms near Humeston. •& • I •'•-•• Mr and Mrs John Spencer had last weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Glenn Kykikall, of Fort Dodge Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg drove to Cedar Falls, Saturday, and spent ;hc weekend with their daugh- 'T D"i-othv, a student at Iowa State Teachers college. Mrs Wepner Struecker has been confirmed to bed a fortnight with hepatitis. She is being cared for by her) mother, Mrs August Bellinger. I Mrs Anne Daub, who for some time has been at the Roberts; Nursing Hjome, was taken to St. Ann hospital Friday for treatment of a blood clot :n the leg. Harold Stephenson has been at Spirit. Lake the past month at his cottage there and will b<; leaving soon for the Veteran's hospital, Des Moines for a checkup. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley lefl Saturday for Minneapolis, to visit their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Richard Boisjolic and family. Mr Seeley returned Sunday but his wife remained for a visit of a week. Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp were recently visited by Mr and Mrs Wnyne Tyler of Omaha, Neb Oljher guests last week were Mrs Sharp's sister, Mrs Amanda Pettit, Mrs Relvana Householdei and Mrs Ethel McChesney, al Ljone Rock. Mrs Kalherine Simon has returned from Chicago where slit was called a few weeks ago by the sickness and death of he; daughter, Mrs C. J. Winandy Since returning home she has not been \e;:y well and is having trouble with rheumatism. Ray Stoffel took his mother, Mrs Emil Stoffel, sister, Mrs Jack Grandgenett and brother Tony Stoffel of Emmetsburg to Joliet, 111., Tuesday to attend the funeral Wednesday of Mr Stoffel's brother, Leo Buddie, 68. They returned home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Harold Sunde? spent, from last week Friday till Sunday at Spring Grove, Minn., with Mr Sundet's mother, Mrs Nora Sundet. They were visit ed from last week Monday till Thursday by Mrs Sundet's mother, Mrs Anna Longseth, of Ot- :osen. Again... the traditional graduation gift is wvAvvvyv Streamlite Samsonite Mr and Mrs John Swarfz were visited all of last week by friends Mr find Mrs Arthur Haggstrom, of Rockford, 111. Linn Taylor had Judy and Sharon Willrett as weekend guests. Linn is a daughter of Mi and Mrs Mitch Taylor. Michael Slreil, a student at the University of Iowa, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit. Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor are being visited by the latter's mother Mrs S. L. Brown of Jren- ton, Mo., who came Friday. Mrs Tim O'Brien and Mrs James Allen spent the weekeno at Cedar Falls with their res pective children, Ann O'Brier. and Jack Allen. They went to attend Mother's Day festivities on the campus. The Rev. Kent Pinnea of Em- melsburg has been sick and confined to bed the past three weeks During his sickness services at St. Thomas Episcopal church here have been conducted bj Layman Glenn Shore. Mr and Mrs Gene Hood had the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs C. W. Connor and daughter, Mrs Cliff Morris, o! Des Moines, as guests last weels Tuesday. They came to attcnc a recital at the Academy in which Mary Jean Hood took part. Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore and Dr. John Skogmo of LuVerne attended a conference of laity and clergy of the Episcopal churches Monday to Wednesday at Omaha. Neb. Dr. Skogma also attended a dental convention at Des Moines and went from there to Omaha. Mrs Anna Presthus was visited Friday by her sister, Mrs Martin Wilberg of Fenton. Mrs Presthus spent from last week Sunday till Wednesday at Hi Lake with her brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Harry Vahldieck who manage "Harry's Place" there. Mr end Mrs Dean Taylor took. the son and daughter Craig ana Ann to Lake Mills, Saturday, and the children will visit there till next Sunday with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zielske. Mrs Zielske will bring them home and will remain here for a visit till Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson have been visited by Russell Larkin who made his home with them several years. He lives at Detroit and was on business here and at Des Moines. Ed Me- Niell, father of Russell's wife, recently came from Arizona and accompanied Russell back to Detroit. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn were visited over the weekend by the latter's sister, Mrs Frank Young and daughter Janice Ann of Fort Dodge. The twin sons of Mrs Smith, Frank and Joseph, have been with Mr and Mrs Prieskorn since the death of Mr Smith a few months ago and will complete the school year here. After that they will join their mother and sister. Mrs Youn;? has purchased a home at Fort Dodge. Snap-On Tool Co. Now Operating Weidenhoff Operation of the Weidenhoff plant here began May 1 by the Snap-On Tool Co. of Kenosha, Wis. Purchase price for the complete property and company rights was given as $225,000. ... . . In the above picture two Snap-On Tool Co. officials are going over details of the change in ownership with Ken Peirce (right) who will remain as general manager ot the plant operation here for Snap-On. R. L. Grover (left) and W. W. Daniel (center), from Kenosha, are pictured with Mr Peirce. .„.„ The Jos. Weidenhoff Co. began operations here in 1948; the firm name is now Weidenhoff Corporation. Future plans are still-in the formative stage, but considerable expansion is planned in the future by the parent Snap-On firm, a leading manufacturer and distributor of service tools and related equipment in the United States. Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman went to Des Moines Saturday to attend a state dental meeting. Mrs Ed Hagg and Evalyn Cady entertained a few friends Friday afternoon honoring the birthday of Mrs A. A. Sterling. Mr f.nd Mrs Don Sjogren were visited last weekend by Mrs S.jngren's parents. Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson of Pomeroy. Mrs Burrell Bradford returned Monday of last week fr6m Rochester She is getting along well following a check-up there. Mr and Mrs Ray Funk and Mr and Mrs Paul Parkins spent Saturday and overnight at Leroy, Minn., with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Ben Potter were supper guests of the former's brothei>in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ray Miner at Humboldt Saturday evening. Dr. and Mrs C. C. Shierk went to Storm Lake Sunday where Mrs Shierk took a prominent part in the Choir festival, a group from various locations. Mr and Mrs Murl Potter and Mr and Mrs Robert Gingler oi Whitlemore spent last week Sunday and Monday at Des Moines and the Sa'very Hotel where the men attended a dealers meeting. Mrs Olga Hott, Marjorie Hauck and Mary Schwabauer gave a miscellaneous shower Friday evening for Evelyn Johnson, who is to be married in June. Her fiance' is a minister and the couple will live in New Jersey. Miss Johnson has been teaching fourth grade at the Bryant school. ' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Slrahorn spent last week Sunday at Cedar Falls with Mr and Mrs Robert Richardson, former residents here. Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell are parents of a daughter born May 2 in the Park hospital at Mason City. She has been named Janet Lynn. The last meeting of the year for the Delphian society will be held Tuesday, May 15 at the Country Club. An eleven-thirty brunch will be served. Election of officers will be held. Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey and Mr and Mrs Willard Gregson attended the wedding Sundaj May 6 of Shirley Ann Arnold, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. Boyd Arnold, to Richard Gregson. Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson were visited one day last week by their son-in-law, Harold Anderson and sons Allen James and Andy Lee of Penningt-)ii, Minn They also were at Spencer where Mr Anderson transacted business Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder and daughters, Jeanne and Anne spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids and Marion. Cedar Rapids is the former home of Milders.' Jo Ellen and Bill Milder spent the weekend at Emmetsburg visiting C. E. Milder. Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe has received announcement of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs Paul Gisch of Dubuque. He has been named Joseph Paul. Mr Gisch attended the academy here and was graduated in the late Ooootto:o£>D:0ox>.o;o;o:Q:D»^^^ i FREE! With Each F or ing Pictures O <•-> O It's strongest... smartest... the most popular luggage in the world Strong enough to stand onl 7 "better-than-lealher" finishes! Hold more clothes in less spacel Modern specially-balanced handle! Dust— and damp-proof closures Give two pieces for less than you'd expect to pay for one of such fine qualityl FOR HIM A MEN'S JOURNEYER ................. .... $27.50 B MEN'S TWO-SUITER ................... $25 00 C MEN'S QUICK TRIPPER ................... Siy.50 fOR HER D UDIES 1 WARDROBE ..................... $25 00 E IADIES' O'NITE ............ ... ........ $19.50 f TRAIN CASE ..... . ................... $17.50 (not thown) P»r»onal O'Nif* . . . $17.50 Hang-ll-AII Ca»« . . . $25.00 Hond Wardrobl . . . W5.00 Hat Box ....... $15.00 Pvllmon Cos* .... $27.50 V.I.P. Case ...... $19.50 All prices p/u* fg* / / }f OU LEUTHOIJDOTJAMS V/0^gi_ 40's. He made his home with Mrs Wolfe and her late husband fid. AJ;HattenJ<f Head Lions At Swea City Swea Clfy-^New'officers of the Lions Club have been named as follows: A. J. Hatten, president: ftonald Johnson, 1st vice president; Ed Peterson, 2nd vice president; Jack Van Norman, 3rd vice president; Bill Boland,; secretary treasurer; Harvey C. Larson, lion tamer; W. C. Guyer, tail twister, and Mancil Hurlburt and Gifford Smith, directors. DJ-« In California > Friends here have received word of the death of Mrs W. L. Nelson, former Swea Citv woman, who died in Santa Monica, Calif., after a protracted illness from cancer, funeral services were held last week in Santa Monica. Mrs Nelson was Hilma Johnson, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Charles Johnson, before her marriage to Victor Nelson about 1920. Mrs Nelson Is survived by her husband, one daughter, Dorothy, a brother, Harold Johnson, and a sister, Mrs Conrad Linde, all in California, and another brother in Nebraska. Nancy Guyer, Linda Pulver, Yvonne Griffith, Mary Kay Dolan, Joanne ;Johansbn, Robert WiskUs; SuWh ? Be"hteif, Marine Foster, Janice Qabel, Marcia Jen* sen, Joanne Sehueler and Lavon Jensen. Student directors . are Larae Osgood and Lavonne Kardoes. , Mr arid Mrs Leo Camp of Waterloo have brought home Mrs Camp's mother, Mrs Olive Anderson, from an extended visit at the Camp home. .Mrs E. L, And- ersori of Forest City will spend several weeks with Mrs Olive Anderson. ;• Charles Schemmel is to enter Veterans' hospital in Des Moines this week for a check-up and treatment. ' Mr and Mrs M. E. Deibner and son of Bremerton, Wash., arrived jast week for a visit at the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Art Collins. Mr and Mrs E. I. Hammond Will leave May 7 for Kensington, Minn., whose they will spend several days in the'home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs A. E. Sanborn. Mr and Mrs Frank Smoust- went' to Iowa City Wednesday to visit Mrs Smouse's mother, Mrs Fred Peterson of Algona. Mrs Peterson underwent major surgery at University hospital, Iowa City. n The Swea City faculty for netfj year Is complete except for two position's, according to Supt Edward. Stev/art of the SwejL City Community school districts The 7th grade and one combinajL tlon of. high school subjects area still to be filled. * •KltLEO ' . Roy Lewis, 30 year old Bagley' hatcher operator, was killed instantly when the tractor he was driving toppled over on him, in a ditch. He was doing some plow- Ing for a cousin at the time of the accident. Senior Class Play The senior class of the Swea City high school will present its class play. 'Take Your Medicine' on May 8 and 9 at the school gymnasium at 8 o'clock. Mrs Mildred Johnson is director and the cast includes Norman Oilman, Ruth Pehrson, Larry Gram, BUSINESS FORMS? S«« ot for your ipvclfic record (cooping noods. Wo hovo Inoxponilvo, tlmoMv* Ing, standard and custom printed busk no»* forms for ovory form of butlnot*. Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. 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