The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 28, 1962
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Titonka Couple Wed 40 Veo/'s; Plan Open House Tuesday, August 28, 1961 Algeria (la,) Upper Dei MotnM-3 Mr. anil Mrs. Folkort Sleeker, above, of Titonka, will observe their 40th wedding anniversary, Thursday, Aug. 30. at their home in Titonka. Open House will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The couple married in 1922. They farmed until 1952 in the Titonka area when they moved to Titonka. They are members of the Good Hope Lutheran church, and parents of two children, a son Julius Stecker'of Burt, and a daughter Mrs. Alfred Redenius of Titonka. There are foul- grandchildren. No invitations are being sent, but friends are invited to stop in during the event. (UDM engraving). Mrs Eli/abctli Post entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening. Mrs Marie Ogren was visited last week by her grandson David Sigsbee, Scotts Bluff, Neb. Mr ami Mrs Karl Bowman, Jr. of Dodge City, Minn., spent last week here with the parents. Mrs Alice Clayton and Ida Peterson were guests last Sunday of Mr and Mrs Elmer Peterson. Britt. Mrs Cassie Harms of Otlar Falls visited two weeks ago at the home of her parents, the Clarence Dobacks. Mrs Gary MrDomKI and chil dren, Bill, Cassie and Greaon spent last week with relatives in Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Franc is Livingston Linda, Nancy and M.aircen, St Joseph, Mich., former Algon;ms, visited friends here Wednesday. Mrs Stella Pickcns of (iranadn Minn, and Mrs William Vel!h< and son of Gil more City called on Alguna friends last week. Mrs ICmily KingRenherg. Mrs Lighter and Ann Renee spent last Sunday at Blue F.arth. Minn., with Mrs Ringgenberg's parents, Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle. Mrs Tuttle was observing her 82nd birthday. .Mrs Imelda Idigrssor and D:\II have returned from West Bend Wis. where Iliey visited with her brother, William Dooley and ilv. Mrs F.ngesser's cousin, Don Fleming, Mason City, called or her Friday. Mr and Mrs Kil Hnpg had us dinner guests Wednesday their daughter, Mrs Bob Tolsdorf, Mike, Tony and Mary Ann, Osage, who were enroute to Spirit Lake to vbil the parental Tolsdorfs and were to be joined there by Bob. Mr and Mrs Theodore Hutchison took their grandson Charles Car roll to Des Moines a week ago where he joined his father John Carroll of San Jose, Calif., at the Frank Carrolls. Charles has been here most of the summer. Mr and Mrs Norman New tot and children have returned to Torrence, Cal., having concluded o visit with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Donald Hutchison. The daughter Joanne Hutchison, Tucson, Ariz., has remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Severin Opheim returned recently from Topeka, Kan. where they visited Mr and Mr; Robert Traub and became ac quainled with their new grandson Bryan Robert, who was born Aug. 17 and weighed 7 Ibs. II 'i oz. Mrs Traub is the former Euince Opheim. Pff. and Mrs I.uland Pearson are parents of a son born Aug. 18, in the base hospital at Ft. Hood. Tex. The baby has been named Leland Dale, Jr. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Clarence Bruns. Algona, and Mr and Mrs Elof Pearson of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Bruns, LeRoy and Melvin left Tuesday in- a week's stay with Pfc. and Mrs Leland Pearson of Ft, Hood, Texas and to get acquainted with the new grandsor and nephew. Mr and Mrs Ed Gilmorc had Mr and Mrs Robert Weary, Junction City, Kan., as weekend guests. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Erwin Ogland, Forest City. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus of near Hurt, returned Saturday from a fishing trip to Cass Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Homer Clark spent last weekend at St. Anthony with the parents, Mr and Mrs Clyde Clark. Mr and Mrs John Gerber had as callers Friday Mrs Albert Banwart, Mrs Rose Zaugg and Louis Zaugg, West Bend. Sharon Kurtis is on vacation till Sept. :i and is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Glenn Burtis. She is employed at Omaha, Neb. Jim, son of Mr and Mrs Uus- sell PL'kett, will enter college at Marvsville, Mo. at the beginning of the term. He will be a freshman. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert had as callers Saturday the former's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs Chris Magnussen, Jackson. Minn. Mr and Mrs Merle Hilyeu and family, Eau Claire, Wis., concluded a visit with the mother, Mrs M. L. Bilyeu and returned home Friday. Mr and Mrs Charles Joens and family have returned from a two week visit at Ozark, Ala. with Mrs Joens' mother, Mrs M. J. Walding and other relatives. Marguerite Dalzid is here fron 1 Corona Del Mar, Cal., for a twi- week visit with her mother, Mrs Hazel Lusby and sister, Mrs Eugene Hutchins and family. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera took their grandsons Ted, Joe and Tom Hutchison to Mason City Monday to entrain for Phoenix, Ariz. They have spent the summer here. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera had as supper guests Wednesday Mr and Mrs Ansel Ekwell, Hammond, 111., and Mrs Ivy Wold, Estherville, and other relatives in the vicinity. Mrs Fred Ilagen attended funeral services last Monday for her brother, Grant Hutchinson, 61, who died at Madison, Wis. in a hospital. Burial was made at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Michael Streit and children Mark and Mitchell, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend with the parents, Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit. Mrs Minnie Hlinkman had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs Harold Blinkman and family, Minneapolis, who came to attend the Ann Mikes - William J. Kopish nuptials. Mr and Mrs William Geerinp spent Saturday at Mason City with Rev. and Mrs Everett Black. The Black's daughter Mary will enter Bethel college at St. Paul, Minn., this fall. Mr and Mrs 11. M. Smith had as dinner guests Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Jack Streit, James, John and Charlotte, Denver, Colo., Mary Slreit and Betty Streit, with whom they had been visiting at Fort Dodge, and Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit. Mr and Mrs Henry Fursl have had as guests Mrs Ed Telkamp. Webster City, and daughters, Mrs Grant Blackmail, Omaha, Neb., and Mrs Norman Helmke, Renwick. Mr anil Mrs Fred Gcisfnl had Mr and Mrs George Conklin. Jamestown, N. D., one dny Insl week. Mr Conklin is a former resident here and will b.; v/e'l remembered. Mr and Mrs Henry GoileiifpM were accompanied by the mother. Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld to Rock Island, III., Inst weekend. They were guests of Mr and Mrs Berndl Bruns void. Mr and Mrs Albert Olson have returned from a four week frip to Bend, Ore., where they visited Mr and Mrs Irvin Olsnn. They accompanied Mr and Mrs M. W. Lindhorst, Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Howard Fivnrli an being visited by their daughter Jean, Mrs Stavrous Niclilaru Athens, Greece. Mr har been here, but at present is in Sal, Francisco, Cal. on business. Mr and Mrs Glenn fitirtis ami family have returned from a vacation of a week at Yellowstone National Park, the Bad Lands, S. D., and at Elk Ciiy, Ida., they visilec' with Mr and Mrs Ivan Burtis. Mrs Lydia VVet/.i-l and g;-;mdd'it! ;;h'.er Linda Cook, Lime opriiR-j. fiiive returned from a visit at Detroit, Mich, with Mr and Mrs Herman Genrich. Mrs Wetzel had as dinner guests last Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Cook of Lime Springs and Mr and Mrs R. W. Wetzel. Mr and Mrs Albert Hngg recently visited Mr and Mrs Vincent Matz and family at Watikon. They spent last weekend a( St. Louis Park, Minn, wiih Mr and Mrs Rtilph Hagg. Carl Mnrlenson. n resident nt (rood Samaritan Nursing Home, had as caller Saturday morning A. E. Nelson, Phoenix, Ariz. They were former neighbors on farms near Fenton. Mrs Edna F.nglor Brongh. Garden G'-ove, Calif., has viMCed Mr and Mrs J. F. Hofius and friends here. She also spent some time at Spirit Lake with her uncle, George Munch. Mr and M:-s Kenneth Geilenfeld have received announcement of the bir,h of Aug. 15 of a son to Mi- and Mrs Larry Olson, Carroll. He has been named Bruce and weighed seven pounds, four ounces. Among those who have made decisions for college matriculation s;re Mary Misbach who will attend the University at Iowa City, Roger Ferris the University at Ames, and Jim Finn and Bub Roklrklge, also at Iowa City. Larry Kli-in, son of Mr and Mrs DuWayne Klein, has returned from Archibald, Wis.. where for twe months he has been counsellor at a Y.M.C.A. camp. The two weeks prior to his return home were spent on a Canadian canoa trip with James Eggberg, Fort Dodge, and a friend from Alabama, also counsellors. Larry will enter college at Cedar Falls at the beginning of the fall term. IF ITS NEWS. WE WANT 17 Off to school now... but what about college? 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