The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1948
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Upper BBS Moirtgs Tuesday, March 23, 1948 Mrs. Freda Steussy spent the weekend at Fort Dodge with her son Gerald and family. Mr. and Mrs. Simonson had as dinner guests, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. William T?auKhman and Ruth of Ldiircns. Bsplismal <ifes were held at the Trinity Lutheran church last week Sunday morning for Linn Kay, daus'hter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor, with the Rev. Luther Loeseh officiating. Sponsors were Marvin Calhoun and Mrs. Charles of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Fevo were dinner guests o[ the Taylors. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor had as weekend guests Mi', and Mrs. S. L. Brown of Trenton. Mo., parents of Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas had as dinner guests last week Sunday Dr. and Mrs. J. R. White and .Joey, of Dows. Mrs. E. L. Rekers, the former Marion Corey, and her daughters Bnrh.ira and Carolyn, came Tuesday from Cedar Falls to visit her mother Mrs. F. A. Corey. Mr. Rekers joined his family Saturday and they went from here to visit friends in Minnesota. June Corey who, has been with heir sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herzog, at Seattle, Wash., since before Christinas, is expected home for Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marlin were called to Eagle Grove. Wednesday, by the death of the former's father. Ray Mar'.in, who had been in poor health lor some time. Mrs. Elva Coon became grandmother of '22 grandchildren with the birth. March 7. at the Mercy inspitul. Mason City, of Both to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Coon. There are two other children in the family, sons Jeff and Neal. Mr. Conn is employed by the telephone rninpany nt Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stephens returned March 10 from a six j weeks trip !o Oviedo, F'ln.. where 1 I they visited Mrs. Steven's mother Mrs. John Martin. They also visited their sons and families, S. L. Stephens at Newport News. Va.. and D. W. Stephens, near Columbus. Ohio. Mr Stephens is i rural mail carrier. The Perfect Cooking Fuel! WE CAN DO IT TOO! n 1 H e, M MP L F ' •• •** SKELGAS INSTALLATION \; 1 o U H I'lK', •'..' M/ll G d S SfKV/Cf PHONES 221R or 221W Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steven Spent last week Sunday at Britt with Mrs. Elder Burgardt, mother of Mrs. Stevens. Mildred Hollon of Seneca spent the weekend here with'Ha- xel Worrell, a local tcachjer, who makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simpson had as weekend guests the latter's father, M. Judy, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Judy of Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Thompson, accompanied by their daughter Mrs. Ciale Haase and Ann, spent last weekend at Eagle Grove with Mrs. Thompson's mother Mrs. Margaret Larson and sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson. Mr. and TMrs. O. B. Wittern have received word of the birth of n son. Thomas Ovorton Jr., to their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Beatey. at Washington, ft. C. This 'is their first child. Mrs. Beatey was the former Shirley Jean Wittern. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slobe had as guest trom Wednesday till Friday the hitler's sister, Dolores Rammer of Minneapolis. Minn. Their mother Mrs. Martha Kam r met 1 of Cedar Falls also came Wednesday and will remain here a week. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith went to l.otts Creek. Sunday, to attend the < onfirmation of a yroiip of young folk, whom was Dolores Schmidt. niece of Mrs. Smith. Following the service, the Smiths were dinner miests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt, sister and brother-in- law of Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Mary Laing was brought 1-ome from the University hos- City, a week a.uo and for a few days ionic. Later she was 'e Kossuth hospital. he is somewhat mils not allowed to visitors. Her sister, Hall, is here from I. ,\i 1).. and will re- Mrs. Sam s. Laini;. is Mrs. Sid Spear spends each Thursday till Sunday at Lakotn assisting in the care'of hot" moth* cr Mrs. Minnie Hans, who, is> seriously sick. The remainde'V of the time Mrs. Hans is cated for by another daughter with 'whom she has made her home for some lime. D. L. Shoenfeld returned Tuesday from Harrisonville, Mo., where he had visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schoenfelcl. His mother recently suffered a stroke, and while somewhat improved she is still confined to bed members of the family visit, her at regular intervals. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Witlern have received word of the birth March 7, at Mercy hospital, Mason City, of Beth Lyon Coon to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Coon. There are two other children in the family, son Jeff and Neal. Mr. Coon is employed by the telephone company at Mason City. Friends of Mir. and Mrs. Earl Berqe. Seymour, will be interested in loi'rnfng that the girls' basketball team, in spile of one defeat, had been invited to, par- nationals ' at St. in f Mr \V.i> nr h I to mpossible i' mother. the hos- ticipat ^ Joseph, Mo'., and Friday played the final game with a good chance at winning the consolation prize. Mr. Berge is superintendent and coach at the Seymour high school. Mrs. .Berge accompanied, him and the team to St. Joseph. Mrs. Berge will be well remembered here and is the former Irene Heller. Her sister Viola is at Seymour with the Berge children during the absence of their parents. Mrs. Agnes Miller, accompanied bv Mrs. P. M. Ulrich, attended the military funeral services Wednes. morning in St. Thomas church at Emmetsburg for Lt, Joseph M. Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Finn, who was killed in a plane crash in-- yrustralia, January (i. 1944. after compleling 25 missions. He wa sa cousin of Mrs. Millir. Patrick, another son of the Finns, was killed aboard a siiip which was attacked. and is buried on a South Sea island. Mrs. Miller spent the remainder of the rlay wilh the Finns and her brother, Lawrence Bannon. and Mrs. Irich visited her father James Carrigan. Walter. .yjfa**6l<i sort of M*. and Mrs. Tom Briins, is having the •whooping- cougli. Ilo has had it a week, George Sefrit aiiended a swine show at Austin, Minn.,'Saturday and did some judging .for the Hormel company there. Me was accompanied by a group of boys \vho went to observe the tactics. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, Semon had as dinner guests Ittet week Sunday their daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Menno J-,imbcrg, Carolyn Ann and Marjorie Kay of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Welp, and Edward Joseph of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shacitel. ford had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson and Melvin Jr. of Lakota* Mrs. Olson is a sister of Mrs. Shackelford, Mrs. Robert Stevens, mother of Mrs, Shackelford of Corwith, spent a couple of days here last week. '_ Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Si. John went to Fort Dodge, Wednesday, to visit the latter's mother, Mrs. Fay Minard at the Luther hospital, where she had major surgery recently. Another operation is scheduled in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Minard of Estherville, stopped here Thursday for a brief visit with the St. Johns, enroute to Fort Dodge to sec the patient, mother of Warren. Mrs/ Dean Schlick- had & tdfl sileetomy Monday "at the Kos sutli hospital. • Mr. and Mrs* Gerie Neville o Spencer spent last' week. Stindaj with the former's mother, Mrs Jamesf Neville, Mrs. fialph Ties, left PfieJay for Denver, Colo., called there by the critical sickness of her sister Mrs, Robert Parkhurst. Mrs Tice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W Apron and Bake Sale Thursday, March 25 First building south Iowa Theater Sponsored by Seventh Day* Adventist Dorcas Society -A. ,<-*-'- n V, filches, life ftt JohftStdVVfr, Colo., and ' before reftiPfitti| home, Mrs. 'tlce will Spend time with them, The Riches will reach their 50th wedding anniversary March 28 and Mrs. fice 1 had planned to go there a littte later to aid in the celebration which will ' be ciirtaited- unless fcaa r a"s guests last week, ildhday Mr; ana Mrs. Leander Crartifeiv 'Jean, Linos' and .CHarfer? '6'ffdalj '• tear,-and Si-idget Leclitehbel'g 61 WilrHette,. 111. Mfes. fhucttle;" Mrs. Cramer, and- Miss tseeht&n- berg are sisters. ;. -, ?, • ' f '.I X FUNERAL HOME "WIIERI3 RByERENCE AND DIGNITY MEMORY" Ambulance SerViee Day orNi'ght Phone 1 1 ' Algonaj Iowa and daughler \" i '.day I'nr Tucson for \ itii Mrs. Hutchison n left several wi'cks interests nl' Joan's travelers went from kel in Dallas. 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