The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1948 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1948
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. , ' ''"' If ml • If V , 4 > • " Mrs. ClafeVtte; firUti* has f«* rhod- 'frofn' Kenotyia, Wis., wh'ere" she'h'ad Visite'd'-hei* par- ssftts- siftce last, Tuesday. 'Mr. arid M^. Claude 31ac}16 lefi j3iJttday oft a t.wfb .weeks'* vacation ttf New 'Orleabs,/La./ and{, other £>6int(/,aldhg ,thk gull- "' l ? , ! ,, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Slrayef and Mr, and Mrs, J, P. Smith went to Fort, Dodge, Thursday, where Mr. jjmith j6ined, the Moose lodge/; "Mf. and' Mrs. Raymond ftatif of Humboldt visited the latter's fjai-ehts MR' and Mfs. J. P. Smith, Friday. In,the evening they attended a ' party at the Wesley Lee'S. i , r titt, and Mrs. Wftiyne Allen to- turne'd last Wdek 'from a 17-day vacati&ri iri California. At La Me'sa" they visited Mr! and Mrs. ^VernOn Chandler, niece and ri'ephew-in-law of ' Mrs.' Allen. They also spe,nt a part of the time' at LoS Angeles, and came home via Boulder Dam, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Malueg haV6 purchased the' house , on South. Rlflgley street which has been occupied by Mr. and Mrs, Harold Fitch. Mr. and^ Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell, who Had been living in the second floor_apart- me~nt, are moving into their own house recently purchased from Leonard Maasdam. The MaaS- dams ( are moving into their new house built just north of their former home. '' Patricia, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, was taken to Mercy hospital,"Ma,son City,'Wednesday for an ap- pendectory. Mrs. Thompson is remaining at Mason City with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr; and Mrs. Bert Coort.v till Patricia is able-to be brought home. Harry McMurray returned 1 Saturday from California, where' He had''spent -the 'winter with'.relatives at Glendale and other points. - i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas SaVyer spent frbrA Friday till ''Sunday- at Minneapolis, Minn., with' Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Sawyer, parents /of -Thomas. > <k 'Mrs., Alfred ScherelF,. Dorothy and Le Roy, and Mrs. Don Duffy visited their sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and MrsA Mike Len- crs at Emmetsburg, Friday. • Mrs. Ray Schilmoeller and Carol spent Friday at Fo'tt'Dodge where Carol,, is havihg dental Work done. - ' " . Mr. and Mrs. < Durwood Si. John, of West BerTd^' son and daughter-in-law of ^VTrs. Carrie St. John', are parents' of a 7% pound son, born Sunday. .Interesting "Ripley"' aspects are that -the child' was, delivered • by' 1 the same doctor, Dr., Givens of West Bend, in 'the same room in which the mother was born some years 'ago. Also the child. ,will wear the same carefully cared '•'V*,' »*-AWHl.l*ig t lt CIA1VI f tafVCi,lllO /IIUCS in the same baby carriage oi his mo 4 ther,-The only thing in which he%se ( ems out of luck is' that* he '.wilb celebrate his birth'day "only ( every four years. .'-' Otto Schmidt' has resumed his position as door man at the<Call theater following 1 a 'few'-'wee'ks'at home after suffering an. attack of 'pneumonia. ' He i's^now^- ! feelirig. very well. • , ^ t Mf, aJfa.M're, "(L , had hs gifcone'tay 1M Mr. and Mrs. , former Algomans, * ,was employed ' Laundry dnd '' lOndX'Gilfeft, gilbert Al|ofla juia.uuui.jr cum MCl*3f J5Viiu ultp tile 'same business ffi Wmself it El~ "dora. " '« "» »» r Mr. and Mi's. Charley Heard 01" Douglas, Minn., were guests last week ' of Mr. Hoard's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mfs. Hubert Schoby. The Heards have a cabin-Court at Douglas, which is ten ! iriiles'from Rochester, Mr. an4 Mrs. Fred Kent have rented the Lewis ..-Hanson- .house, on West Nebraska and will tflke possession March 6. Mr.'Han'sen will return to farming in"''"the Doan 1 vicinity and Mrs, Hansew will temain with her rno.ther, Mrs. Clara Pratf, for a short time, later joining her husband at the farm. . f '"' Mr. 1 and, Mrs. James Schneider had as guests Wednesday the latter's 'father and sister Martin Zatloulcal and Harriet of Poca> hontas. The Schneiders, 'B0bby> and Aharon, spent Sund'ay at'P,<>/ cahr ".as at the Zatloukals. Iv._ j, /,, L. Peterson is heje from Los Angeles, Calif., after' 1 Speh'd' ing the winter there With her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peterson, . ; M*. t and Mrs. A. F. Schweppe had the latter's father' 'HefSry Riihl; of St. James, ' Minn., as guest, from Thursday till Saturday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gade, who moved to California' "'a' 0 few* months ago, are'located at Bellflower, whe're' > Mrs'. Gade is'em- ployed at the Credit Bureau,office and 'Mi 1 . 'Gade is accountant for the f \Chrysler company ^at Huntingtqn 'P,ark. ' Don W&st of Des Moines came Saturday aHd^speht till Sunday^ with his wife's parents, Mr.' and. Mrs. A. D. LeHma'n. Mrs.' Wes"t,i who spent the Week at' the par^ ental home, returned to Des Moines with her husband. *V Joe'Sherman, who for the last 46 years has been a hia'nker-alid? real efetate man at Bancroft, was in the office • the other day ahd- annouhced that he had just 'moved to Armstrong, at least for, the' time being.* Joe has a daughter; Mrs. Leo Engesser, who lives in that Vicinity. Mr. Sherman' hds spent his 'entire life irt Humboldt and Kossuth counties, and' the old Sherman homestead in' Hum* boldt county is still in his charge. Mr.' and Mrs. Magnus Rahm and Billy and Judy, Mr/and Mrs. Art Ristau and Eleanor' J. Rahm drove ;to Breda, la., "a"week ago Sunday, to visit Mr. 'arid Mrs. Iver Free and family. Sheriff A. J. Cogley and Mrs. Cogleyj spent part of last week in Minneapolis on business. , ^ fe'Mr: jand' Mrs.' Arttiur- Peterson of Ti tonka r had 'business in Algona 'Thursday. Mr. Peterson said his father, Gdorge Peterson, had been suffering from a stubborn Attack of the flu ( for more than a, week and was still in bed though he' was recovering and hoped| soon to be around again. i^lr. Peterson is a brother of Mfs. John Briggs "and Mrs. Lawrence winkel here. "*Mi-. and Mrs. B6b Deal have .nlovod to the Mrs. Henry Adams fAtm a half mile east of Linde's 6afe south cif Algona, which they torn farm this year. Mr, Deal Had been in painter and decora- |8f employ here, and Mrs. Deal the former Elaine Engstrom. , Geo. C. Myers, df the Myefs fidfe, left Friday for a 'Week&nd Jiysit with ills parents' at Monigue, Mich. He was expected imc Tuesday, Mrs. Esther Helbetc?, Mrs. Mel; vin Reikon, Moril Bacon'and, Sill Gudcrian drove to 1 Iowa City' last Sunday, Mrs. Relken to' Vifiit Mr. Reiken at the University h6s- pital, where he has been a patient for sometime, and the others to visit at' Oakdale, whe're Durwood and Shirley Helberg are patients. 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