The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1950 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 11, 1950
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8-Algono Upper DM Molnw Tuesday, April 11, 1950 Richard Todd, Ruth Roman And U-D-M XSecrtono; ents of their first daughter, born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe are the parents of their fifth 1 daughter, born 1 at their They have one boy. At Michigan Funeral home Mere's a Three Slar special— * * '—Richard ^ HLas , ty Heart > Todd . the beautiful and talented Kutn Roman—and our own Algona Upper Des Momes hold the spotlight for this picture, taken in Hollywood. Our correspondent there, Buddy Mason, caught these three '"toppers" between scenes of "Lightn- tedyard Senior Play, "Heart Trouble," Apr. 21 Ledyard The Ledyard senior class play, "Heart Trouble," is in production and the date has been set for Friday, April 21. This is a story that is always new, the trials and tribulations of first love." It is a gay story recounted in a manner that sparkles and delights. This play will be given one night only, but a mat- t*f £"" scho °l children is scheduled for Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Carpenter and John and Ann left Friday morning for Olin to visit Mr Carpenter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Swartzell, over Easter. Judy, John, and Jerry Gilbertson went to Hartley, Wednesday evening to visit until Sunday at the V. E. Jacobson home. Barbara and Peggy Mayer went to Des Moines on Thursday to visit at the home of their sister Mrs. George Gonias, until Monday. »» On Fricia y evening, Mr. and Mrs. Georgu Nepstad entertained the A. A. Luther family at dinner in honor of Mrs. Luther's birthday. On Wednesday afternoon, the Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Fred Munger in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Bashara and Mrs. Walsh were hostesses. Mr. Wm. Kennema went to Chicago last Sunday and Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey of Cedar Falls spent last weekend at thr- home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fennema Mrs A. A. Luther went to bcaiville, fliuisday afternoon, to attend ;. Circle meeting at the home of her mother Mr and Mrs. George Nepstad and Susan left Friday to spend their vacation in Des Moines 1 he Good Will truck from bioux City will call at the Methodist church next Tnursday. April l.J. Anyone Laving clothing to be sent in:,.y ieilVl . it ^ lh . • Wednesday. Mr. and' Mrs. A. A. Luther and three sons went to Springfield Minn Saturday to visit relatives Jver taster. . ™'\ un ? Mrs. Wm. Fennema and Sandy and Donme went to Cedar tails, Surduy, to v;--it Mrs tennema s parents. Mrs. Herb Zielske spent .sev- eidi days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dean Tav- lor, in Algona. The W.S.C.S. will meet at the church Thursday afternoon, April Request On Bus Line Progresses Plans are moving ahead, and , in the near to extend -.-j on the f,i ujc\_t iu exiena Algona Bus Lines from Algona to Blue Earth, Minn. outlined, the bus operate as fol- . At Blue Earth the Algona bus would connect with Northland Oreyhound for Minneapolis and for Fairmont. Minn., and Sioux City and Sioux Falls, S. D. When hearings are called by the Inter-State Commerce Commission the time of hearing will be published. schedule would lows: South p.m. 4:20 4:38 4:54 5:03 5:13 5:30 5:50 Read j, schedule. North p.m. 3:45 3:25 3:09 3:00 2:45 2:33 2:13 — southbound up for the north- Blue Earth Elmore Lakota Gerled Bancroft Burt Algona Wm. Dixon, 11 Of Bancroft Is Buried Friday Bancroft — Funeral services were held from the First Baptist church at 2 o'clock Friday after- no " n f °r Win. Dixon, who died suddenly Wednesday morning after suffering a heart attack. Mr. Dixon got up as usual and said he wasn't feeling well and told his wife he guessed he would return to bed. He did, and soon passed away. Wm. Dixon was 77 years old the -dru day of January and had made Bancroft his home for 64 vears. Besides his wife, he leaves tight children: Mrs. Fred Odell M'ison City; Mrs. Robin Harr' Armstrong: Mrs. Bert Baldwin AlHona; Loyde and Lyle, Esther- f/ £ rvll j e and JoSL 'Ph, Ban- m '' ? r ^ Iva Beedrow, DeKalb, ni.; and .j.j grandchildren and 26 ^reat-grandfhildrfcn and one bro- trur, Guy, and three sisters. Rt-v. do Boer, pastor of the Baptist church, had charge of the services, with Garry funeral home making arrangements. Casket bearers were Otis Jenkins, Burt; Joseph Helinsky, Robert Jones, Frank Ditsworth, Chas. Baker, and Frank Hatten Interment was in Greenwood cemetery. Has Operation Arthur Doyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doyle, underwent a minor operation at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Wednesday evening. He is a sixth grade pupil at St. John's. Baptist Guild Met The Baptist Ladies Guild met Thursday afternoon in the church with Mrs. Albert Cutler and Mrs. McFarland as hostesses. New Baby Girls Baby girls were born to three couples: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jitsworth are the parents of their first daughter born at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mr. and —., ——£•• f ,M.*ki*^,A »**ic. itn t cinci Mrs. Joseph Donahoe are the par- Mr, and Mrs.-A. J. Berehs, Barbara, left Wednesday for Wakefield, Mich., after receiving word of the death of Mrs. Beren's father, Thos. Ashland, who passed away Monday afternobn. Mr. Ashland was 90 years old at the time of death. Final rites were Thursday afternoon at Wakefield. Mrs. Ralph Menke, . Barbara and Donald, Mrs, John Menke went to Mason City where they spent the day with Mrs. Ralph Wenke's mother, who came-there from Minneapolis and spent the day there. She is expecting to eave soon for an extended visit n California. Nick Doocy has returned from a Sioux City hospital. His par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Doocy, ame and will help him with his arm work this summer. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Sudemier of linneapolis spent Tuesday here ailing on old friends. V. J. Lattimer has been named manager of the VFW baseball "ub for this season. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Murphy ft Thursday for Omaha to spend aster with their son. Thos. and amily. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Menke were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rahe. Roy McGuire. Mrs. Lawrence Bergman. Mrs. Richard Menke enjoyed a visit Monday evening with Mrs. Vernon Olson and Ted Smith, Minneapolis. Mrs. Olson is the former Mildred Smith, and for many years lived on a farm north of town. She and her brother were here to attend the funeral of- their aunt. Mrs. Soph Gerhtz. H Students home for their Easter vacation are John Devine. Iow t City; John Murray, Bob Fox Richard Garry, Joseph Schneider James Welp, St. Thomas, St Paul; John Garry, Gene Fox, Gene and Dennis Schumaker Thomas McNertney, St. John's* CollegeviUe; Francis Nemmers James Bradly, Iowa City; Mary Eich and Betty DeiterThg, Briarcliff, Sioux City; Robert Smith and Thomas Egan, Omaha. LAKOTA NEWS Mrs. W. E. Ley drove to Mason -ity last week Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs. W. E. Shauer, who was ill at her home there. The W. E. Leys were business visitors at Minneapolis a week ago last Friday and Saturday. The P. C. Geilenfeldts and Mrs. Geilenfeldt's mother, Mrs. Amelia Koppen, visited last week Sunday with the R. O. Beesms at Dakota City, la. Mrs. Koppen remained in Dakota City where she will care for Mrs. H. F. Kunert, who is an invalid. Mrs. Albert Wertjes, who recently, underwent a major opera- tlon at Naeve hospital in Albert Lea, was brought home last week Wednesday and is convalescing at her home southeast of Lakota. ., Mr. and Mrs. Gust Koppen are /isiting with their daughter and family, the Clifford Knutson! LUVERNE NEWS Mrs. Stanley Nelson recently returned to/her home in Chicago after visiting several weeks a( the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Christenson, and other relatives. Her mother, Mrs. Christenson, returned to Chicago with her for a visit in the home of her sister, Mrs. Hannah Jorann. , Wallace Brainerd returned recently to his home at Duluth, Minn., after visiting several days at the home of his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brainerd. The Glen Brainerd family moved here this spring from Blairsburg, Iowa. Mrs. Jon Nelson and Mrs. Le ioy . Hanselman stenciling rooms of the Zion Lutheran . were hostesses o the stenciling class at the church, Tuesday afternoon, March 21, with a good attendance. Mrs. Bryce Wickett and son, Johnny, returned last Sunday after spending the past week in Milo. visiting" he7 £%.—&£ g^g.^J^M.g!5 Dons Kmizey, and other relatives. Mr. Wickett drove over from Iowa City to bring them home. Mrs. Helena Stripling was taken by ambulance to the Lutheran hospital. Ft. Dodge, March 30, for medical treatment. Her condition is diabetic. Her daughter Mrs. Elmer Emery of Ft. Dodge accompanied Mrs. Stripling to th hospital. H. D. Ristau, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and' Mrs. Alber Nielsen, accompanied by his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harolc Ristau, twin son and daughter o Livermore, spent March 30 visit ing relatives in Mason City and Nora Springs. Mrs. Bert Thomas linderwen minor surgery at the office o Dr. Jack Harris, Monday afternoon. Two small growths were removed from the top of her lead. 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