The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 2
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2-AI0ona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, October 9, 1942 Airs Emma Crouch spent Friday at Humboldt with Mrs Helen Went- zed. Mr and Mrs William Cook havr as guest the latter's sister, Mrs Emily Block, Ontario, Calif. William ,t. Becker left last Monday for Iowa City where he is a patient at University hospital. Mrs Hugh Colwell spent the weekend at Adel with Dr. ami Mrs Harold Banwart and family Mr and Mrs Pat Doerning are being visited by the latter's mother, Mrs Elizabeth Ruppert. Mallard. Mr and Mrs Ollie Nashy had as overnight guests last week the latler's parents, Mr and Mrs Jake Nyborg, Jackson, Minn. They also were visited by their son, John Nasby, Jackson. Mr and Airs Leroy Crapser spent a week ago Sunday at Mason City with the mother. Airs Charles Crapser, who was recently dismissed from Mercy hospital. She had been sick with pneumonia. Air and Airs Vincent Esser wore at Iowa, City recently to visit Mr and Mrs Clifford Esser, who are soon moving to Joliet. 111., where U-Go-l-Go 4-H U-Qo-I-Qo 4-tt club met Oct. I at the horhe of Jackie klnden. Installation of officers will be held at {he next meeting. At this sdfne Carr, Gretchen Deim, Rosemary ' Mino, Jsan Owens and Virginia time the Cloveflefif Initiation ceremony will be conduced by Kathy Bestenlehner, Cheryl Carr, Darla Sifert for Mafcia wmters who is joining the club. Refreshments will be served by a committee consisting of Jean Abbott, Mauf- een Bestenlehner, Rosemary Bullock, "Nancy Courtney, Donna Ken- yon, Jackie Kinden and Marlys lelson at Algona, received a field Lakes I day held at Madelif Mlflft. by ^upKes._.. f . rv i;n .,—^^^ ' m HybMd g fa It3 sateen Atfend Field Day Und territory sales managers in Carroll Potter and Arnold Dan-1 southern Minnesota and Iowa. Mrs Eva Deini and Mary Hicser j lie has accepted a position in the spent Thursday at WhittemoiT ' with their cousin. Mrs Mary Kramer. Airs Clark Orton spent Thursday at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy, Carol Jean and Diane. Airs Jerry Stein came Sunday from Chicago for a visit of a few days with Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond. Air and Airs Eugene Furst had the latter's brother Darrell Barnard, Mpls. as weekend guest, guest. Phil Egel is going to Ames fo Homecoming over the weekenc He has been a student there an will enter again after the firs quarter. Air and Airs Harry Ilargreave have visited Roy Clark, a wa. buddy of Mr Hargreaves, at Rock Falls, Wis. Air and Airs Charles Fox were at Des Moines last Sunday for a visit Mr and Mrs Jim Van Allen and family. Dinner guests last Sunday of Mrs Emma Crouch were Mr and Mrs A. J. Onerem, Thor, and Mrs Anna Munson, Bode. Air and Airs Ted Fuchsen had as guests Sunday Ted Jackowell, Fort Dodge, and Mr and Mrs John Roberts, Des Moines. Air and Airs Floyd Erickson had as guests last Sunday Mr and Mrs John Hartl and Mrs Marcella Armstrong, Eagle Grove. Mr and Airs Virgil Kohlf had as dinner guests Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Harold Erpelding, Mason City, former Algonans. Airs CcJia Deal was at Emmetsburg Thursday to see her sister, Mrs Ray Loveall, Ayrshire, who is hospitalized for a slipped disc Mr and Airs Boh Donovan. \Vil- liamsburg, are parents of a son born recently. Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan are paternal grandparents. Air and Airs William J. Becker were visited a week ago Saturday tnd Sunday by their grandson Bob Becker, wife and little son Bruce, Chicago. Mrs IliiKh Carroll has been visited by Mrs Hannah Ross, Oakland, Calif. Mrs Ross left for the west Sunday, She is a former Algonan. Dick Pratt. Bill Wetzel. Tom Waller, Bob Pratt, Jack Williams and Dave Skogstrom attended the Iowa - S. Cal. game at Iowa City, Saturday. David, son of Air and Airs Glenn Culbertson, returned Thursday from a visit of a month at Richmond, Calif., with Mr Glenn Culbertson Jr. and Mrs Air and Airs Tom Zwiefe! and son of Fairmont, Minn, were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs, Grady Phillips. Mrs Zwiefel is the former, Sandy Phillips. Dr. and Mrs .\. \\. ,\munsn who have been visiting at thf home of Mr and Mrs James Lytle will be leaving soon for Browns- \ille, Tex. to spend the winter. Mr and went to farewell visit with the parents. Mr and Mrs Harry Christensen. who are moving to Phoenix. Ariz Mr and Mrs Bernard Uahl hfiuser were visited a part of last week by their daughter, Mrs Archie Umbrell, Spencer, while Mr Umbrell was on a fishing trip in Canada. •Mr and Mrs Harry Cutler had Mr and Airs Jody Cutler. Ames as weekend guests. From here the junior Cutlers went to Galva to attend the wedding of friends Sunday evening [Mr and Mrs Herman Funk staved at the farm home of Mr and Mrs Louis Hanson with the grand children, Sharon and Debbie, while the parents were in Des Moines to ;>ee the Ice Follies • Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan have b^en visited by Jim Kelso and Mr and Mrs William Hughes, Daven port. The Kelso house on South Minnesota st was recently sold to Mrs George Lee Mrs Dick Rain has returned from Pomona, Cal . where she had spent a month with Mr and Mrs Don Cook, to whom a daughter was recentl) born The infant has been named Sharon Hae Other children in the family are Kim berly and David. Mr and Mrs K;i> Cook are the paternal grandparents. x-ray department of a hosp'ta Air and Airs John Altman Jr. are parents of a daughter born Thursday, whom they have named Julie Marie. There is another | child. Debbie. Mr and Mrs Pit Dooming are maternal grandparents. ! Airs Keith Campbell. Sheldon j nee Mary Alice Fox. visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Fox- one day last week enroute home from attending funeral service for an aunt of Mr Campbell a Mason City. Air and "Airs Elliott Shilling an being visited by Mr and Airs Nor man O'Dell, who have been living at Tacoma. Wash. Mr O'Dell, who is in service, will report at Fori Dix, N.J. Nov. 3 and will be sent abroad for sen-ice. Dr. and Airs F. C. Scanlan and Mr and Mrs H. M. Smith have returned from a few days fishing trip in Wisconsin. During the absence of the Smiths, Mary Streit and Betty Streit, Ft. Dodge, stayed at their home. Harold Esser is in the navy and s now in New York on the U.S.S. .exington. His wife is staying with his parents, Mr and Mrs Vinent Esser. She spent last Sunday t Bancroft with her parents, Mind Mrs Arthur Mulligan. Charles Palmer, Sp 4. son of Mr nd Mrs Paul Palmer, is home on 45 day leave. He has been tationed at Fort Lewis, Wash., nd at the conclusion of his leavei •ill be stationed at Fort Monmouth, N. J. and will attend a chcgl fqr^ weather study. AfRr-ciiartes Scbultz and son, Irs Jim Elmore, Mrs' Mart Elmore, Raymond and Art Baker •ent to Des Moines Wednesday or Mrs Baker who had spent 10 days at the Richard Lacey's. The ! Elmores visited Mrs Mario Brail : lias, the former Ruth Ann Elmore Gene lluuhins and Larry Sevcr- son attended meetings of Federal Land Bank Association at Omaha, Neb. Sunday through Tuesday. Mr and Airs Wayne Johnson arc- parents of a baby girl born Saturday morning at St. Ann hospital. Mr Johnson manages the Algona airport. Air and Airs Ernest Egel have recently been visited by Mr and Mrs Roy Drumm, Davenport, who were enroute home from Niagara. N.D. and Canada where they had visited relatives. Other guests last Sunday were Mrs Egel's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Perry Lakin, Ruthven. Air and Mrs Lester Schumacher and family have been here from Joliet, 111., visiting with relatives, Mrs Rose Schumacher, Mrs Beo Baldwin and Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall. Mr Schumacher remained for a longer visit. Mrs Baldwin is convalescing from a back ailment. Air and Mrs Jack Dutton have moved into the Herbert Hensley 1 house on West Nebraska st. (hey purchased recently. which The on. r, . <'• The Duttons had been living « . . st. sold to Mr and Mrs Ira Dutton. Friends of Dr. Joseph II. Edge former Methodist pastor, will be interested^ in learning he has accepted the position of visiting minister at the West End Methodist church at Nashville, Tenn. The church, has a membership of .'!000 Dr Edge retired this year from the General Board of Evangelism Chris Wallukait. Jim Homer and George Mathison of the National Tea store attended a meeting in Sioux City Sunday. Mrs Wallukait and her sister, Mrs Robert Scott, went to Clarion where they spent the day with Mr and Mrs Cecil Pate, the latter of whom is convalescing from surgery at Rochester. Minn. Carol Markovetz, Patty Peterson and Barbara Lau are attending Mason City Junior College, Alice Patterson is attending Hamilton at Mason City, Harriet Benschoter Carl Danielson and Gars Priebi- Iowa State I'niverMtj at Amu- and Gleuda Gabnelson. David Lung, Carol Shore and Mary Ann Cole .State College of Iowa, Cuda; LEDGEU SHEETS - Upper DCS Aluiiifi Pub. 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