The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1950
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Judy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. umar McMahon, is recoverine from chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin were at Cedar Falls recently to attend the wrestling matches. Homer Tutile has been sick with pneumonia and was convalescing at his .home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post were visited over the weekend by the latter s brother, Maurice White Mrs. James Logan had as visitors one day l^st week Mrs. Aeilt Troft and her daughter-in-law of Ledyard. Mr, and Mrs. Francis McVay were visited Friday by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Richardson of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis had as recent guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Batt of Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Lindhorst have as guest the latter's sister, Mrs. Carl Jagerson of Madrid, who will be here several days. Marcie Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Long, spenf the weekend here with her parents. She is a student at the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. Ed Hagg was confined to bed last week with flu which was followed by pneumonia. He was permitted to be ftp for the first time Friday. Jean Marie, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Malueg, has been sick with a . severe sore throat and for a time it was feared she might have measles. She is now recovering. Mrs. Fred Martin has returned home after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Juanita Powers, at Melbourne, and Mrs. Ray McCorkle at Austin, Minn. Mrs. John Mahoney spent Wednesday and Thursday at Mason City with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Storck. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson of Des Moines, former well known and prominent Algonians, spent the weekend with the latter's sister, Mrs. Edith Hutchison and other relatives. Mrs. John McGuire was confined to bed a few days last week with the flu. »» Garry ' seve «-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis McVay, has been sick with measles the past week. Mrs. Richard McAlpine has been visiting relatives at Minneapolis, Minn., the past fortnight and will not return home till after Easter. Gloria Lane, who is taking nurse's training at Rochester, Minn., spent from Friday till Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane, Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig, Darrell, and Arleen spent last week Sunday at West Bend and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs F. J. Ludwig, parents of William. Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig, Deanna and Vernell, Jr., spent Saturday and Sunday, March 25 and 26, at Clear Lake with Mrs. Ludwig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Joynt. Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Long and son David went to Sioux Falls, S. D., Sunday, to .see Russell Forrest, brother of Mrs. Long of Lu Verne, Minn., who was hospitalized at Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Champion visited relatives at St. Ansgar last week. Enroute home they stopped at Mason City to attend the Horace Heidt program at Roosevelt fieldhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Clempson, went to Winterset last week Sunday to attend the dedication of the new Grace Baptist church there. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDanel and Mrs. C. J. McDanel went to Graettinger, Sunday, to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Russell McDanel, son and daughter-in- law of Mrs. C. J. McDanel. Gloria, Rosemary, and Joyce, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig, have been sick with the measles. Gloria was able to return to school Monday, but the other girls are still confined to the house. BYA.KRESENSKY Hannah can tell you that 'shortage' is an unknown word in our store.' Our shelves, racks and showcases are full of the latest and most brilliant styles in women's wear. ft toot* t* IM." Mr» "like • lot of textile shortages Me being made into st] evening Gewatr EVERYTHING TO WEA# FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN m Emma Doml of California. Formats and Wedding Dresses, exclusive at our store $14.95 and up Visit our new Bridal and Formal room-2nd floor. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Plait and Sandra, Mrs. Rufus Lindhorst and son Jim spent last week Sunday at Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Clay and Mr. and Mrs. Elden Bell. Mr. Bell is a brother of Mrs. Lindhorst. Mrs. Ethel Chubb will have a* guests Wednesday her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Aulman of Des Moines, who will, go from here to Lake 1 Okoboji to supervise some work being done at their cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Don McCormick were visited last weekend by Mrs. Cryder Wicks, mother of Mrs. McCormick and Orville Wicks. Last week, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks and children Larry and Barbara were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. McCormick. Phillip, Donna, Denise, and Katherine, children of Mr. and Mrs. James Logan, have been sick with measles. Phillip and Donna are of school age and were able to return for a few days last week. The other two are under school age and are still not quite recovered. Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle Jr., spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Harry McCorkle Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Young recently moved into a new house they purchased there. Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell and children, Mildred, Juanita, Faye, Dick, Charles, and Jon, went to Ft. Dodge, Wednesday, to attend funeral services for K. R. Peterson, 82, grandfather of Mrs. Mitchell. The deceased died Sunday of a stroke suffered Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Livingston are at present at Emmetsburg, going there in a trailer house they purchased recently. Mrs. Livingston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kliegel live at Emmetsburg and after a visit there, Mr. and Mrs. Livingston plan to seek a new location. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Siockwell had as dinner guests Sunday their sons-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William DeKruif of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. William Tillman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson of Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahn and the respective families. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jergenson moved Friday to their basement home on Fair street. They have been living in the Albert Ogren house on South Blackford street. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Knecht are taking the house and the one they are vacating will be taken by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld. William Besienlehner has purchased the Bob Stewart home on South Wooster street. Possession will be given. April 15. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey will take the Mrs. Mary Miller house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Besten- (ehner. At present they have an apartment at Mrs. F. L. Tribon's. Mr. and Mrs. George McMahon, former Algonians now living at Charles City, spent the weekend with relatives here. Saturday, they were with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs..Kenneth McCoy, and Sunday, with them, were dinner guests otj, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMahon. Mrs. Jessie Edwards received word by telegram last Tuesday that her only sister, Mrs. Cora Moore, had passed* away at her home in San Diego, Cal. Mrs. Moore had visited in Algona several times with relatives and friends. Mrs. Edwards has been in poor health recently but is now improving. Mrs. J. F. Schoby was visited from Friday till Sunday by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schoby of Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoby came from Britt to see visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Schoby are well known former Algonians, Mrs. Schoby being the former Lulu Brown, daughter of the late Mrs. Rose Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall have moved to the former Paul Lindholm place south of town on highway 169. Prior to this, the place had been occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Willmer Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall will occupy the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall on East North street and owned by M. G. Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wei*haar have received word of the birth of a son to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Rudisill, at Woden. The child weighed seven pounds and ten ounces and has been named James Allen. This gives Mr. and Mrs. Rudisjll a family of four girls and two boys. Mr. and Mrs. Weishaar also received word from their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Weishaar of Woden, that the year-old Ed, Jr., has whooping cough. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT» WATER HEATERS Water heaters become necessities now that home heating plants will soon shut off. You'll find all kinds at Cowans—Electric, gas, oil, all automatics in all sizes, at all prices. COWAN BLDG SUPPLY 210 Ea*» State St. Patricia McEnroe will come Tuesday (today) from Vinton to spend the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe. Patricia is music instructor at the Vinton school for the blind. Mrs. Anna Madson was visited a few days recently by her sister, Mrs. Mary Larsen, of Roland. The late Mr. Lawrence Larsen was at one time a buttermaker at Sexton and will be well remembered by friends in the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDanel had as guest last week Mrs. Bert Watkins of Ames, sister of Mrs. McDanel, who also came to attend the final rites for C. J. McDanel. Others coming from a distance to attend the services were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott of Bertram, Minn.; Frank Scott of Osakis, Minn.; Anson Scott and Mrs. Glen Scott and Mrs. Claude Johnson of Grey Eagle, Minn., and Arwood Scott of Sioux Rapids, brother of Mrs. C. J. McDanel. Messrs. Frank and Anson Scott also visited Mr. and Mrs. Newton Scott While here. The Dorcas Society of the Seven Day Adventist church served dinner at noon, the day of the funeral, to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orion have returned from Redby, Minn., where they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Orton. Michael and Connie were accompanied home by them and Leona Whitefeather, a thirteen-year-old Indian girl, a student at the reservation school at which Don teaches. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arden Orton, Arden Jr., and Linda of Ames and the son Knute, who is attending a Bible school at Omaha, Neb. Arden was here for.only the weekend. His wife and children remained till Tuesday and were accompanied home by Knute, who will go thence to Omaha. The others are leaving for home Wednesday. RUBBER STAMPS, four day delivery. Algona Upper Des Moines NEW newspaper building, 111 V. Call St.. Aleona. Iowa. LUVERNE NEWS Ex-Resident Dies Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, son Elmer Kubly, and John Hefti went to Humboldt, March 22, and attended the funeral services of their old neighbor and friend, Mrs. Ursula Altman. Mrs. Altman, 87 years, former resident of LuVerne, Dakota City, passed away Sunday morning, March 19, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Clause, Livermore. from a lingering illness. Surviving are eight children; Ursula. Cleveland. Ohio; William, Louisville, Ky.: Henry, Osage; Mrs. Clause. Livermore; Mrs. Lawrence Vincent, Badger; Mrs. Bert Gilbert, Ft. Dodge: Jack, Gilmore City, and Paul of Humboldt. Circle Meetings The three circles of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, March 22, as follows: Circle 1 at the home of Mrs. Ray Stone, assisting Mrs. T. L. Williams. There were 15 members and one guest, Mrs. Raymond Nelson, present. Devotions, Mrs. C. O. McClellan; lesson, "Women In the Scripture" by Mrs. John Voss, Jr. Circle 2 at the home of Mrs. Gerald Brace, assisting Mrs. Allen Thompson. There were 20 members who answered the roll call by their favorite hymn. Devotions, Mrs. Ralph Davidson: lesson, book review, Mrs. Phil Lichty. Circle 3 at the home of Mrs. Jess Jergersen, assisting Mrsr Theodore Johnson. There were 20 in attendance. Devotions, Mrs. George Ditmering; lesson, Mrs. Albert Genrich. Mrs? Jaspar Vaughn, Corwith, former member, was a guest and her birthday was observed. Auction was held. Hospital Patients Mrs. William Goetsch was a patient at the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, the past week, for medical observation. Mrs. John A. Nelson returned to her home, Friday, after she spent the past 10 days at the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, for a medical checkup. Double Celebration The children of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman came home Friday evening to celebrate their father's birthday and the 42nd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hanselman, which was Saturday, March 18. They brought gifts and an anniversary lunch. Attending were the Carl and Edwin Hanselman families of Lu Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buengcr and family of West Bend. Auxiliary Plays Bingo The American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting Monday evening. March 20. Mrs. Walter Engel presided at the brief business session, followed by bingo playing, in charge of Mrs. James Doak. Mrs. Harold H. Phillips and Mrs. Max Block were hostesses, serving refreshments. Birthday Club Meets The Birthday club were guests Monday evening, March 20, in the home of Mrs. Cecil Baker. Guests were Mrs. William Prior and Mrs. Gilbert Rowen. Bridge was played at three tables. High honor, Mrs. Hugh Shirk, low, Mrs. Jesse LindebaJt. There were no birthdays to celebrate. On Trip To Nevada Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker left Tuesday evening by train from Boone for Las Vegas, Nev., where they will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott Robinson and two daughters. Mrs. Robinson is the former Marjorie Baker. Cattle To Chicago Henry Marty accompanied Robert Bigings who trucked and delivered a semi-load of the Marty cattle to market in Chicago, Tuesday, April 4, 1950 Atgona Upper DCS Moinet—3 Wednesday, Mar. 22. While in the city, Mr. Marty visited his daughter, Vera Marty, student nurse at the Presbyterian hr.-spital there. Henry arrived home by train, Thursdav. Hears Missionary Talk The Rev. Edwin Iglehort, missionary, who has returned from Japan, spoke Tuesday, Mar 21, in the Methodist church in Livermore. Attending from LuVerne were the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Champine, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber, son Charles, Miss Ruth Behrens. Mrs. Archie Sanford, Mrs. Harold Sorensen, and Mrs. Ray Stone. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf of Windom, Minn., visited old friends and relatives in and around LuVerne. Mrs. Julius Studer attended a homecoming shower in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer near Mallard, Friday. The shower was in honor of an Austrian war bride who has just arrived from overseas. Eugene Baessler has accepted a position as salesman for the Blumer feed company. Mr. and Mrs. Baessler moved here from Algona and are making their home with his mother, Mrs. Mathilda Baessler. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Miller and daughter of Algona moved recently to the farm of Fred Kraft, south of Corwith, where LeRoy will assist with the work on the Kraft farm. Mr. and Mrs. William Schipull were recent visitors with Mrs. Schipull's sister and Mr. Schipull's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schipull, in Lakefield, Minn., and other relatives at Brewster, Minn. James Doak, local livestock buyer in LuVerne, transacted business in Des Moines, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton took his mother, Mrs. Grace BYay- ton, to Ft. Dodge, Monday evt- ning. She will visit in the Kenneth Brayton home. Little Roy Brayton, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brayton, was taken to the hospital Sunday, ill with pneumonia. 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