The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1956
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Nuptials lectured above are Mr and Mrs John Gifford, who became man and wife in a ceremony performed Nov. 11 at the Burl Methodisl vhureh. The bride is the former Aria Moore, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. L. Moore of Burt. The bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs John Gifford of Burt. They will make their home at LuVerne. (Glenn's Studio photo—UDM engraving). Mr and Mrs Ray Dagget of Clarion visited Mr and Mrs Lloyd Haubach Sunday. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer had us dinner guests Thursday Mis Leland Brown and family. Loren Nelson spent Thanks giving at Minneapolis with hit 1 parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson. Mr end Mrs Hallard Snyder Jr. entertained Mr and Mrs Hallard Snyder, Sr., at dinner Thanksgiving day. Mr and Mrs H. A. Davidson had as Thanksgiving dinner guest? Mrs Ethel Gilles, Mrs Hattie Bujl- intfame *md Evelyn Cady. ' •'* Mr and Mrs Gale Slockwell guests Thursdav of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William DcKruif at Muson City Helen Dingley spent Iron. Tuesday till Friday at Des Moine> with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Nugent Mr and Mrs George Powers and Sharon were Thanksgiving day guests of Mrs Powers' mother, Mrs Jessie Anum at Cherokee. Mr and Mrs Don Nelspn speni Thanksgiving at Humboldt with Mrs Nelson's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Elmer Lind- hurt. Mrs Edna Mitchell had her son in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs A. R. Potratz and family ol Dennison as Thanksgiving dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Richard'Norton Siri, Leslie and Lynn were dinner guests Thanksgiving of tht paients, Mr and Mrs Kaymonc Norton. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weyderi and daughters Christie a n i Kathy spent Thursday at Livermore with Mr and Mrs Frank Reding. Patly V/ard came from Durilar whtre she teaches home econo mic:i and spent the Thanksgiving A'rirken.i with her parents, !Vi and Mrs Harry Ward. Mr and Mis Chris Wallukaii anil Mis Dora Faulstick of WhitU'ninrt: were dinner guest Tlianksf.iving clay of Mr and Mr.- Duanc Walliikait at 'Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Frank Sterling re- tinned from Kansas City Sunda> e v e n i n g where they spent Thanksgiving holidays with tneu son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Blame Nelson. Mr and Mrs Leonard- Frost are parents of a son. James Frederick who was born Nov. 17. They have two other sons and two daughters. Mr Frost was formerly with Percival Motors and in July moved to Huntington Beach Calif. James E. Sheridan recently re- tuvned from a trip to Chicago where an interview had been arranged with the Vice President of Seaboard Finance Corporation. He has been employed by United Loan Service of Algona, and will work there until placement by Seaboard. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller hac' the latter's brother-in-law an' sister, Mr and Mrs Keith Stephens of Plover as dinnei guests Thursday, also her moth i-r and sister, Mis C. N. Robinsor and Mildred. Additional guestr at supper were the Millers' son in-law and daughter, Mr and Mr.- Mallard Snvder Jr. Ruth Fuchsen and Leonr G.iecke came from Sioux City where they are attending the St. Joseph school of nursing and spent from Wednesday till Sunday with their respective parents, 'Mr and Mrs Ted Fuchsen and Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke. Sheila McEvoy returned to Sioux City with them at the conclusion of the vuactwn. Women of the Methodist church are holding a bazaar and lunch Saturday, Dec. 1, in the church basement. Mr and Mrs John Kohlhaas had Mr and Mrs C. K. Kohlhaa.s and Dena Kohlhaas as dinnej guests Thanksgiving day. Mr and Mrs George Newland and family were dinner guests Thanksgiving of Mrs Newland's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Kliegel at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Harry McMurray have rented their house to Richard Mawdsley and will give pos- .aesjsjpn Decembe"! 1 1. "They are .^oirig to Glendale, Calif., to spend the winter. Mr and Mrs Alex Nielsen had their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs George Rosa, and four children ' of Cedar Rapids a? Thanksgiving guests. They left for home Saturday- Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson ^had .is callers Thursday afternoon "and evening. Mr and Mrs Floyd Bacon •rind Barbara, Mr and Mrs John Ecklin.and Marilyn, of'Burt and Mrs Frank Thompson. Mr and Mrs Ernie Georg enter tained'Mr and Mrs L. J. Nelson a< dinner Thanksgiving. Mr Nelson is recovering from a sickness of several days with flu and til! Thursday had not been out foi awhile. Mr and Mrs C, J. McEvoy had Josie McEvoy as dinner guest Thanksgiving. T h e daimhtei Shf-ila was also home from Wed nesday till Sunday. She is attending the St. Joseph school o' nursing at Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Bill Naylor and •hildren Judy and Gary returner Sunday evening from a trip U: Canada where they visited rela lives. They were gone nine day.' and report that they were sur- orised to find more snow in lows ihan in Canada. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannser ;md Mr and Mrs! Cook were dinner guests Thanksgiving day of Mrs Johannsen's sister Mrs Florence ScniclUl, at Bur' Other guests were Mrs Schichtl'.sons and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wayne Schichtl and Gary Schichtl of Fayette. Mrs Marie Hawcott and her brother and sister, Lee and Best Hopkins had as Thanksgiving guests their brother-in-law am sister, Mr and Mrs James Bailey of Mason City and their son-in- law and daughters, Mr and Mr? R. W. Triplet! of Hampton and Mr and Mrs B. E. Stewart of St. Louis, Mo. Mrs Ethel Morgan entertained at dinner Thanksgiving and hac 1 as guests her son-in-law and dau ghter. Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton and John of Lone Rock, her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mr> Ralph Morgan, Mr and Mrs Albert Peters and family of Burt Mr and Mrs Henry Douglas and Edna Kettleson. Mi and Mts Walf*f McBrlde and fa-milv spent Thanksgiving day at Gliddun with Mrs McBride's mother, Mrs Sally Roberts, MM Glair; Reiih accompanied Wayne. \ Keith to Des Moine» where he attended it Farm Bu reau meeting and Mrs Keith re rnained to visit a few days will •\ nephew and his wife. Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton had the lattei's parents, grandmother and uncle, Mr and Mr: Roy Bjustrom, Mrs Bessie Walker ami Arthur Locke as dinner guests Thanksgiving day. harles Lawson nnd children Eileen, Coleen and Lee and Wav; Woodward, aunt of the childrer spent Thanksgiving at Masor- Cily with Wava's parent:;, Mr'aiu Mrs J. 11. Woodeard. Mrs Homer Clark had as Thanksgiving dinner guests Mi and Mrs Frank Han.sen of Fort Worth, Tex., and Mr and Mrs John Folh. Mrs Hunsen and Mrs Foth left Friday for For' Worth, Tex. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigol had a: guests at dinner Thanksgiving their .son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and Son James Richard, of Ames, Mrs Sarah Geigel, Mis Mattie McWhorter and Mr and Mrs G. IJ. Brundage. Mr and Mrs Ray Ladendorff. Mrs Lolla Ladendorff and Mrt Gwen McDonald spent Friday ai Mason City where some of UK group had check-ups at the Park hospital. Mrs Ray Ladendorff has been receiving treatment foi an ear ailment. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bud Weir of Minneapolis. Mrs Mahoney recently visited another son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. D Storck at Blairstown. Mr and Mrs Albert Hermann entertained at a family dinnei Thanksgiving day at their rural home. Guests were Mr arid Mrs Matt Bormann, Mr and Mrs Don Bormann and their respective families, Mr and Mrs Ray Ladendorff and Ray's mother, Mrs Lolla Ladendorff. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strahorn had as dinner guests Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Bob Richard son and family of Cedar Falls, Mi and Mi's Duane Lighter, arid Mi and Mrs Fred Hall and houseguest, an Egyptian lad who is attending Drake University, De>. Moines. Other guests in the evening were Mr and Mrs George Harris. Mr and Mrs Eugene Murtagr were visited by their daughter Judy Wednesday till Saturday They relumed to Iowa City where she is enrolled at the University, and all attended the Iowa- Notre Dame game Saturday. Fron Iowa" City Mr and Mrs Murtagr- went to Chicago to attend an insurance meeting at the Edgewater Beach Hotel being held a few days. Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell came Wednesday from Cedar Ealls, Lo 'spend'the ThanksgJvinp weekend with the respective parents, Mr ;,nd Mrs Roy Hutzoll and M: and Mrs Perry Collins. They were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Collins and supoer gue:,Us of Mr and Mrs Hutzell. Mr and Mn Hutzell entertained Mr and Mr.-. Lawrence Hulzell at d i n n e i Thanksgiving noon. Mf and Mrs William had Mrs Herbert Schauers and daughter Lorna as dinner guests Thanksgiving day. • K Darfell Mefg>ri Mfurned fo SI. Paul, Minn., Sunday having spent the holiday weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Leo Mer^en. ° Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason and their son-in-law ancjl daughter, Mr and Mrs Irvin Ogland of Eagle Grove were dinner guest: Sunday of Mr and Mrs James 'Pot ter. Mr and Mrs Lowell Lenz were visited over the Thanksgiving weekend by the latter's brothe/ find sister-in-law, Mr and Mr> Paul Visu-r and three children ol \d.H, Minn. Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrech liad as dinner guests Thursday their son-in-law and daughter, Mi and Mrs Herbert Henley, Kevit. and Kim and Ward Calligan o' Pocahontan, brother of Mrs Obrecht who is spi-nding the winter here. Mr and Mrs Clarence Maeunv ber and sons David and Tommy spent Thanksgiving at Lone Rock with Mrs Maeumber's brothev-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Richard O'Donnell. Mr arid Mts James Copley came from Iowa City Wednnisday t( spend the Thanksgiving weekend with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Cugley. James is* enrolled at the Iowa State University. Eleanor Norton left Saturday for Vermillion, S. D. to resume her duties as.dean of women at the university after spendinj Thanksgiving here with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr am' Mrs Milton Norton. Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson had a' dinner guests Thanksgiving then son* i-nd daughters-in-law, Mi and Mis Don Nelson, Rosemary •nnd Billy of Wept Union, Mr and Mrs Harold Nelson and family of Lone Rock and Mrs Cora Bacon, mother of the senior Mr No) son. Mr and Mfs BUimM have od into the William Dau house on the corner of east McGregor and south Dodge streets which has been occupied by Mr and Mrs D. H. Carver. Mr and Mrs Carver have pur-chased a large- trailer house and are located at the Hill- trailer 1 camp. Mr and Mrs Dick Post and Mrs Eli'/.abeth Post had as dinner- guests Thanksgiving Mrs Mary Zittritsch, Annie Zitlritsch, Mi and Mrs Eugene Zittritsch, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Mr arid Mrs James Kelley, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kelley and Kugene Kelley and the respectivu families. Mr and Mrs John Carroll anc" Mr and Mr-:; Dor\ Hutchison were visited over the Thanksgivinp weekend bv Mr and Mrs Frnnk Carroll, Mr and Mrs Charles Carroll and Lois_ Carroll, qf Dep Moines. The Frank Can-oils are parents of John and brother and si.itor-in-law of Mrs Hutchison. Dick Vipond has returned !•• Iowa City where he is enrolled a 1 Tuesday, Navemb»r 11, 19S6 Afgono (la.) Upper Oft* M«!ftM~i the State University having spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr and Mrs James Vipond. Guests at dinner at the James Viponds were Mr and Mrs Tom x Vipond and familv, Mrs Lela Pralil, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Vipond and Mr and Mrs R. Felhour. David Joseph, infant son of Mand Mrs George Newland, vva.' baptised in the Catholic- churcr last week Sunday. Sponsors by proxy were Mrs Newland's broth er-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Casper Shearer of Taemna, Wash.. the proxies being Mrs Newland's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mis Joe Kiiogf-1 of Curlew. Cleve Bz>rlon has received word of the death of Mrs Sarah E. Bui- wood, Nov. 17, at Tacoma, Wash Mrs Norwood was born Nev. fl 18fi9, at Oswego, N. Y. She moved to Tncoma niariv years age She \f, survived by sons Hugi and Andrew of Tncoma and Sam of San Francisco, Calif. Andrew is a brother-in-law of Cleve, Herb Lothringer Rites, LuVerne Funeral services . for Herbert Lothringer, 48, were held Monday, Nov. 26, at 2 p.m. at Ztoh Lutheran church in LuVerne. Rev. Elmer Strelow of ?,ion Lutheran church in Beaver township near Ilumboldt officiated and was assisted by the Rev. Louis Wiltenburg of LuVerne. Burial wfis in the LuVerne cemetery. 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