The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1967 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 17, 1967
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Father Of Bancroft Lady Dies Jan. 5 Henry John Meyer, 73, Arlington, died Thursday, Jan. 5, at the Arlington hospital. He was a patient for one day. He was a railroad depot agent for 43 years. Funeral services were held Jan. 8, at Z:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Arlington, with Rev. John Bradtke officiating. Interment was in St. Paul's Lutheran cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Marie; two sons and a daughter, Erwin of Fremont, Nebr., Donald of Estherville, and Mrs. Donald (Arlene) Behnkendorf of Bancroft. There are five grandchildren surviving. Two brothers and a sister also survive. They are Mrs. Ida Eggers of Norwood, Otto and Fred Meyer of Green Isle, Minn. Henry Meyer was born July 28, 1893, on a farm near Green Isle. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer. Sept. 22, 1918 at Hamburg, he married Marie Tanke. For a time they lived in the Green Isle community and later the deceased became a depot agent for the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway, now the Northwestern Railway. He served at Langdon, Spencer, Lu- Verne, and Corwith. Jan. 4, he suffered a severe stroke and was taken to the Arlington Hospital where he died Jan. 5. Burt Girl On Honor Roll WINONA, MINNESOTA — Listed on the first semester honor roll of the College of Saint Teresa is Miss ClaudeenCranston, Burt, Iowa. First semester ended at the Winona College before the Christmas recess. On the honor roll were 219 students or 21% of the total student body. Miss Claudeen Cranston, freshman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cranston, Burt, earned an honor point average of 2.60. Straight A or 3.00 point averages were earned by 35 Tere- sans, nine seniors, three juniors, eleven sophmores and twelve freshmen. OTTOSEN The Wacousta Cubs 4-H Club enjoyed a sledding party below the Worster home Sunday afternoon. Nine boys attended and after the sledding they had hot chocolate at the OlvinHaug home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Ronald returned home Sunday from a two and a half weeks vacation at Santa Ana, Calif., where they were guests at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oppedahl. While in California they also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ted Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson. Mrs. Perry is the former Nancy Hellickson and Mrs. Nelson is the former Alta Thorsland. Sunday dinner guests at the Antone Speich home were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speich and Michelle of Hampton; Ruth Speich of Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Walston and Chuck of Gladbrook; Arland Speich and David of Cedar Rapids. In the afternoon they all attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house at the Peace Lutheran church at West Bend for Mr, and Mrs. Paul Berninghaus of Ft Dodge, Mrs. Berninghaus 'is the former Verona Speich. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Delmar Johnson home at Bradgate. Monte Collins of Gary, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Allan Wehrspanns. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Waltman at Corwith Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters were Sunday night supper guests of Mrs. Veronica Higgins at West Bend. It was a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson who will leave this week for the remainder of the winter at McAUen, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jones and Richard of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Benjamin and daughters of Bradgate were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Darrel Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin were Friday night visitors at the Harold Wallace home at Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hankins of Bode were Monday night visitors at the Neal Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and daughters were Sunday night visitors at the Duwayne Benge home at Bradgate. Tuesday, Jan. 17, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dej Moinej-7 SWEA-EAGUE S S5 j By Mrs. Kenneth Brones = luflmmiininnnnniniiiiiniHiinniiiiniiiiniiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiI HOSPITAL NEWS Myrtle Melinder has been a patient at the Holy Family hospital for the past three weeks after a fall on ice when she broke tier leg. Mrs. Floyd Treat has been a patient at Holy Family hos- pital since last Friday when she entered for treatment. Mrs. Walter C. Peterson returned home recently after a session in the Buffalo Center hospital, where she has been since Dec. 17, as the result of a broken arm, Mrs. Virgil Jensen left Monday for St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, where she will undergo tests. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Jim Waldschmidt and family, Armstrong, were recent supper guests at the Art. W. Larson home. Mrs. Elmer Bailey visited her daughter and son-in-law, the Paul Hansons at Glendale, Calif. She boarded a plane at Minneapolis and was gone a week. Tuesday evening supper guests at the Francis Torine home we re Mr. anji Mrs. Howard Nagel and MarW df Sherburn, Minn. Wayne Preston, son of the Howard Prestons, was a surgery patient at the Holy Family hospital, Estlierville. He is employed at the Fenton elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Dtfrf Larsen and Jerry of Miami, Fla., were here for Christmas and attended the wedding of his niece, Carmen Larsen. It was noted that this was the first Christmas in 25 years that he was able to be here. Ths Truman Johnsons were at the Lester Johnsons Sunday. Truman Johnsonian) surgery recently at Mason CKy/ they also visited Mrs. Ella Newel at Fenton and with Mrs. Gaylord Johnson at Holy Family hospital at Estherville where she has been a patient. The Friendly Store ITY^ULAR MONDAY, JANUARY 15 - SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 50 UVTNG ROOM SUITES TO CHOOSE FROM! Starting At $129.95 - $339.95 FREE with each 2-piece set, an electric carving knife or 32-piece set of pottery dishes! MIS-MAKHEDM?ffS^&M)X SPRING - VALUES TO $99.99 RECLINERS — 10-20% OFF SWIVEL ROCKERS -10 % OFF BOSTON ROCKERS - 15% OFF PATCHWORK ROCKERS - $59.95 LOVE SEATS, 3-color - $79.95 & $99.95 FAMOUS LYMAN LOUNGERS - 20% OFF LIST BEDROOM AND DINING ROOM SETSI STARTING AT $169.95 AND GOING TO $379.95 3-PIECE LAMP SET - $19.95 BABY NEElfs! SET-$19.88 CRIBS-$18.95 up BASSINETTS - $19.95 CARPET DUPONT 501 NYLON - $5.95 Sq. Yd. Herculan And Acrilan All By McGee Continuous Filament Room Sizes, Starting At $49.95 MATTRESSES - $677 up BUMPER PADS - $2.98 - $4.98 tllLtt LINOLEUM I FAMOUS ROBBINS TILE INLAID - 10% OFF * I LINOLEUM RUGS '9x12 -$5.95 -$9.95 12 x 15-$12.95

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