The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1956 · Page 3
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Mr and M* s Kenneth Lallief w<tfe visited Wednesday by Mr nod Mrs John Mem, of St. Joe. HebekaH lodge will meet Tuesday, June 26, 6:30 at the Moose nail for a covered dish: supper. Cindy, three year old daughter of Mr and Mrs William Laubenthal, is recovering from measles. Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke are buueung a new .house on east North street. Botsfords are the contractors. Mr and Mrs Marry McMurray were visited oVer the weekend by Mr and Mrs George Zimltcka, of Cedar .Rapids. C. B. Murlagh and his son-in< law, Sterling Goff, of Louisville. Ky., spent Saturday at Spirit Lake fishing. Mr and Mrs Leroy " Crapser spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr Crapser's parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Crapser. Mrs Lois Lamb and Mis Rule Lindsay, of Estherville called on Mrs Esther Benson Thursday. They also visited other friends. Mrs Clare Keith had her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Stanley Keith of Pocahontas as dinner guests last week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bob McCullough were visited over the weekend by Mrs McCullough's parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Michaelson, of Correctionville. Mrs Elsie Jenkins and brother Fred Urch have returned to their home at West Concord, Minn., following a visit here with relatives and friends. Congregational Bible class wih meet Thursday, June 21, at the home of Rev. Gerald Hallauer. This meeting is the one postponed from last week. Mrs A. D. Lehman was visited last week by her daughter. Mrs Don West of Des Moines. Mi- West joined his wife here and took her home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf nnd daughter Carmen have returned from a vacation'trip to i'ellowstone Park. They were gone about a fortnight.. Mr and Mrs William Laubenthal and Cindy spent Fatner'K Day at Wesley with the parents, Mr and Mrs "Carl Johnson and were their, dinner guests. Mrs Katherine McEvoy had her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Kuyper of Garner us dinner guests Sunday. She spent a few days with them recently. The C. D. of A. regular meeting will be held Thursday, June 21. A pot luck dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock. There will be installation of officers. Chairladies are Margaret Erpelding, Darlene Immerfall, and Helen Leigh. SAISTCEP Q fT| XI "CHtONIC L\l r \ RESMRATORt STOPS C8TA k*^ DISEASE SALSTREP SPRAY and ADVERTISED SALSTREP *" THIS MONTH ' S GRANULES FARM AND HOME SECTION RUSK DRUG ^—— ———*m^a^^SBW3TT ^* *w*—JB^^^IT and Mrs Fred Hagen have returned from Genoa, N e b., where they visited over a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson. Mrs Ethel Morgan is expected home soon from a trip to North Carolina and Boston. She accompanied her son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Ralph Morgan. Mrs Howard Seely returned last week from Iowa City whei-e she had heart surgery a few weeks previously. She is getting along very well and is feeling fine. Mrs Luella Baker has returned from Kanawha where she was called three weeks ago by the sickness of her sisfer, Mrs H. H. Stewart. Mrs Stewart is now fully recovered. Debra Jo Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Arend and Lynn Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Holtzbauer, were baptized last week Sunday at St. Cecelia Catholic church. Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday in an all day session. Devotions will be given by Mrs Walter Steven. Mrs D. D. Sparks will be in charge of the pot luck. Mr and Mrs R. I. Mawdsley were visited last week by Mr and Mrs Harold Knapp of Glendale, Cal. Mr Knapp is a son of the late Mrs Aggie Knapp and is a cousin of Mrs Mawdsley. Mr and Mrs Aldean McAdams and the latter's mother, Mrs Myrtle Gillet.t spent Father's Day at Des Moines with Mrs Me Adams' son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Arlan Banning. Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon and family spent the weekend at their cottage at the Okobojis. The previous week Mr and Mrs L. J. Cassell were their guests during the lawyers' chaulauqua. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchin? and the latter's mother, Mrs Hazel Lusby, drove U> Perry Monday to meet Mrs Lusby's other daughter Marguerite Dalzel who 'came from Corona Del Mar, Cal.. for a visit till July 5. Robert King 'of the school faculty is taking an eleven weeks course in student guidance at Drake University, Des Moines. His wife and three children are remaining here and he spends the weekends at home. Marcie, daughter of Mr and Mrs K. D. Long left last week Sunday for Laramie, Wyo.. where she will receive her Masters- degree at the conclusion of the term. She teaches art in the schools at Cedar Rapids. Mts Mildred Puts. Mrs Alton Rochleau and Christine ana 1 Debra will left Wednesday to visit Mr and Mrs Don Price at Sioux City till Saturday. Mrs Price is a daughter of Mrs Put/and sister of Mrs Rochleau. Mrs Nannie McMahon was visited over the weekend by her son Maurice of Minneapolis Minn. Sunday they drove to Stui m Lake to visit Mrs McMahon's son-in-law and daugli ler, Mr and Mrs Richard Schmitz. Mr and Mrs Jerry Lewis are being visited by the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs A. V. Montgomery of Kansas City, Mo., her brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs J. C. Mitts, • of Baton Rouge, La., and Mr and Mrs John Smith of Lubbock, Tex., and the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Brugman of Ames. PUREBRED GILTS FREE! MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO FFA AND 4 H CLUB MEMBERSl JOIN CO-OP, SOW-BUCK CLUB SAVE CO-OP OPEN FORMULA FEED TAGS! They are your first step to a strong bid for a purebred gilt. It's easy and funl^Here's all you do! Save CO-OP Open Formula Feed tags. Take these tags to your Co-op and trade them for Co-op Sow-Bucks. When you attend the Sow-Buck Auction, you'll use these Sow-Bucks as script for your bid on one of the purebred gilts that will be auctioned. Any FFA or 4-H Club member is eligible. Start collecting your CO-OP Open Formula Feed Tags nowl $«• your Co-op for full details! f*—rflr- HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR CO. R. L. Reid, Mgr. Algona, Iowa IRVINGTON COOPERATIVE CO. E. F. Immerfoll, Mgr. Irvington, Iowa Mr and Mrs William berg and Mr and Mrs Dwaine Lighter and Ann Renee went to Blue Earth, where a family picnic was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Hubert Tuttle, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs Ringgenberg. Mrs Segrid Lundh, Allen and Ellen returned Monday from Champaign, 111,, where they attended the graduation of the Son Arthur from the University of Illinois. He has accepted a. position as architect with a Beloit, Wis. firm. Mrs Bea Baldwin and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall are being visited by the daughter, Mrs Raymond Heller and family, of Buckingham, 111. They wHl also spend some time at the Okobojis in the Baldwin cottage. Gordon Kuhn, Frank Vera and Frank's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hutchinson, of Waterloo left last week Sunday for Le Pas, Canada for some fishing. They will be gone a fortnight. The children are being cared for by Mrs Vera. Mr and Mrs Clinton Lighter were visited one day last week by their daughter, Mrs Leroy Peterson and three daughters, of Humboldti The visitors also spent some time with Mrs Peterson's brother and sisteV-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dwaine Lighter. Sharon Marie, infarit daughter of Mr and Mrs William Kenneth Lallier, was baptized a week ago Sunday at St. Cecelia Catholic church. Sponsors were Mrs Henry K. Kohlhaas and Arnold Lallior. A family dihner was held at Mrs Mary Lallier's following the ceremony. Mrs Lela Stewart has returned from Mankato, where she visited her aunt, Mrs Pearl Lampright. While there the women drove to New Ulm to visit Mrs Lampright's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Gordon Lampright to whom a child had been born ten days ago. Mrs Joel Pierce, the former Laura Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. R. Smith of Wesley, and sister of Glenn Smith and Mrs Herbert Wallace of Algona, arrived last Friday with her five children from Grand Prairie, Texas for a visit until the first of the month. Mrs Ed Goecke gave a part} June. 7 in celebration of the 7th birthday of her daughter Frances. Guests were Pamela Johnson, Jill Welter, Mary Ann Ost- winkle, Phyllis Llchter, Janet Miller, Donna and Nora Fichtner. Bingo was played and refresh ments served. Mr and Mrs Oran Jasperson are expected this week from Glendale. Cal., for a visit of two weeks with Mr and Mrs Hairy McMurray and other relatives. They had expected to be here earlier in the summer but Oran's mother, Mrs • Frank-it Jasperson fell and broke her shoulder and they did not w'arit to leave till she was practically fully recovered. Mr and Mrs Bay Smith 6f net* Wesley are being visited by their daughter, Mrs ,Joel Pierce and children of Dallas, Tex. Mrs Pierce is also spending sorhe time here with her brother and sister- in-law, Mr arid Mrs Glenn Smith. Mr and Mts Russell Kellef a** being visited by Mrs Kelley'a brother arid sister-in-law, Mr arid Mrs Clifford Hanson. Mr Hanson has been stationed at Fort KhoX, Ky., and has been discharged from service. He has accepted a. position as assistant manatfe' with a drug firm at S'ioux City. H. M. Harris and his sons and daughters-in-law, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Harris and Mr and Mrs George Harris were visited Sunday by his son-in-law and daugh* ter, Mr and Mrs Jack Knaack 'and children Chris and Sarah of Cedar Rapids. All were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs George Harris. ' > Mr and Mts Henty Lund wer* visited over the weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, fftr and Mrs Malcolm Lund, of Omaha, Neb., who came for Father's Day arid to be with Malcolm's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Raymond Lund of Washington. D. C., who came Saturday and will be here several days. Mrs Delia McCullough was met at Omaha, Monday, by her son Bob and brought home via plane. She had spent over a fortnight at Medford, Ore., with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Linn Mills' and at Sacramento, Cal., she visited her sisters .arid brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Edwards and Mrs Margaret Dillon. :• David Harig, son. of the late Mr and Mrs Joe Harig, has returned from Camp McCoy and visited his grandmother, Mrs Nannie McMahon and other relatives a few days before joining his brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Gene Harig at Newton where they have recently moved. Gene is employed with the Maytag company. , Tuesday, June 19, 1956 Algono (la.) Upper fi*» Ma!fle*-3 Dr. and Mr* John Kenefick took their son Stephen to Ames Thursday where he took a train for Washington, D. C. to visit his brother Lt. Michael Kenefick at the air base at Boiling. The young men plan to go to New York City to visit the doctor's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and' Mrs Arthur Doeftecke. Lt. Kenefick will be discharged from service in September. The Re*, and Mrs John Kain and (he three older daughters are leaving this week for Seattle, Wash., to attend a convention of Baptist churches. The youngest daughter Joan will be left at Prairie City with the Rev. Kain's mother. They will be accompanied as far as Missoula, Mont., by Helen Scott who is located here as missionary of the Fellowship. During the Rev. TKain's absence the pulpit will be filled by the Rev. Harold Dark and Ronald Hatchings. Crocks Ah Elbow LuVerne—Diane Groh. daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Groh, fell with her bicycle Monday evening ;is she came from band rehearsal and had the misfortune to crack her elbow. She wa.« given inimediate medical care and has it placed in a cast. Annual Tour. By Plum Creek 4-H Boys Club The Plum Creek Boys 4-H Club held their annual club tour, June 2, viewing projects at the homes of members. 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