The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 8
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§-AI$eno (to.) Upp«r DM Meinw tftvmlay, June 27, 1957 r Judge and Mrs G. W. Siillman are being visited by the latter's nmiher. Mrs Minnie Holland of Griswold. Mr and Mrs William Laubenthal spent Sunday at Cylinder at the parental, Mr and Mrs Joe Lsubenthal's. Mr and Mrs Henry Lund were dinner guests Sunday of the latter's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Sim Leigh near Irvington. Mrs Vernell Ludwig had recent word of the death of a cousin, Mrs James Derrick, 35, at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs Derrick had been in failing health for over a year. Dorothy Hagg attended the wedding Saturday at Emmetsburg of Sharon Hermanson, a teacher at the Cylinder school where Dorothy also taught last year. Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson and family, Mrs Hanson's father, Oliver Bakken and Mr and Mrs Harry Spongberg went to Crystal Lake Sunday to attend a Bakken iamily reunion. Mrs Louise Forest, mother of Mrs Hal Long, is boing visited by her sister, Mrs Nellie Herbert of Kansas City, Kan. Mrs Forest makc-5 her home here with the Longs. Mr and Mrs Clayton Lammers had as guests last week Monday Mr and Mrs James Downey and children of Britton, S. D., and Mrs Clayton Seeman and children of Spencer. Mr and Mrs Merle Thompson were visited Sunday by the lat• ter's parents and brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Curtis Delger and Mr and Mrs Howard Reynolds respectively of Masoi City. Mrs Anna Madson was visited • Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E. McCamey of Adel who were enroute to northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. They will also stop here on their way home. Mr and Mrs George Scuffham had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Pooch of Livermore and Mrs Sadie Hopkins. After dinner they drove to Silver Lake, Minn., to visit Mr and Mrs David King who recently built a cottage there. Mr and Mrs Robt. Marcy of Minneapolis, and son Dick, were week-end guests of Mr and Mrs Bill Colwell. Mr Marcy, who will be remembered as a former Al- gonan, is on the staff of Minne- aoolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., Minneapolis. .Willis Marshall, local insurance representative of Lincoln Mutual, left June 21 to attend a convention at Grand Lake, Colo, which is located in Rocky Mountain National Park. His trip is sponsored by the insurance firm. He plans to be gone until July 1. Marcie Long returned Monday from Spencer where she hac visited a few days with Margaret • Dow whom she met while teaching at Spencer a couple of years ago. Miss Dow is a teacher in the schools there. Marcie has-been teaching at Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Alton Rochleau left Saturday for a vacation 01 ten days. They visited Mr and Mrs Jack Lichter at El Paso, Tex Mrs Don Price, sistei- of Mrs Rochleau, came from Sioux City to care for the little daughtei Kristine during the parents absence. Mr* Irwin Malueg and daughters Diane and Jean Marie and Mrs Oscar Norman drove to Mason City Monday to meet Mrs Leonard Malueg at the airport. She has been visiting her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Kemper Hubert near Chicago the "past four weeks. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion and son Webster and Mrs Maude Blake spent Tuesday at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy, son-in-law and dau- , ghter of Mr and Mrs Orton. The Abernathys are being visited by Wilson's sister, Mrs Mildred Corder. of Pullaski, Tenn. Mrs S, E. McMahon was visited over the weekend by her granddaughter and husband Mr and Mrs Robert Gormley, of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Gormley were enroute home from a wedding trip to Northern Minnesota, the north shore drive, thence he.re. Mrs McMahon attended the wedding June 15 at Minneapolis. Mrs Gormley is the former Nancy McMahon, daughter of Mr and Mrs Maurice McMahon. Troop 20 of the Girl Scouts spent from last week Tuesday tuj Saturday at Woman Lake, Minn, the Earl Miller cottage. In at* nee were Elaine Bruch. Kay Barry, Barbara Busch, Cassel, Sharon Gardner, Miller, Ellen Snider, lecky Wetzel and Mary JSittri-, * Mrs Miller was assisted by Loretta Bruch, Mrs Leo Sidney and Mrs Hallard Snyder r. 8|U Bruch and Marvin Miller also accompanied the group and took charge of the boats. aad M« Irving Urch, Joan '-• and Donald left Monday _ _ ,nvilie, N. C., where they made their home a part of far to? swaetirojB while the is attending the Bob , school. They household " ' Mr and Mrs W. L. "Pal" Jensen were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Lloyd Rouze of Ames. Mrs Eva Deim and her sister Mary Bieser have been visited by Mr and Mrs J. F. Kuhn, of St. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Paul Dettman had as weeeknd guests their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs George Kinkki and Sherri of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs L. R. Walker were visited Sunday and over night by the former's nephew and wife Mr and Mrs Roy Thompson, of Hinesdale, 111. John OpheSm who Is in the navy and stationed at the Great Lakes base in Chicago, 111., is visiting his mother, Mrs Nell Opheim at Sexton. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen and Mr and Mrs Earl Shephard spent Saturday and Sunday at a Swanson cottage in Arnolds Park at the Okobojis. Mrs Marian La Barre and family and Mr and Mrs D. J. Gahan and family spent the weekend at the Okobojis with Mr and Mrt Charles La Barfe. Mrs Bessie Jones was visited over the weekend by her friend, Mrs E. Walker of Lake Park. Mrs Walker also attended the Me Arthur-Dutton reunion. Mrs Eva Deim and her sister Mary Bieser recently spent a weekend at Spencer with their brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs L. R. Hornbuckle. Mrs Julius Kunz was visited last week by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson of Richmond, Kan., who also visited relatives at Wesley. Dr. and Mrs R. K. Richardson are leaving Sunday for Brainerd, M'nn. where they will visit a •week with Mrs Richardson's b.-other-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Wayne Fezler. Mrs Inex Wolf was visited last week by her granddaughter Mrs Wayne Sinksen and three children of Davenport. Mr Sinksen arrived Saturday and took his family home Sunday. Mr and Mrs John Gisch attend* ed the funeral services last week Wednesday at Austin, Minn., for the latter's uncle George Hatten, 65, former resident at Bancroft, had been employed with the Hormel company. Death was due to a heart attack. He is survived by his wife. Mr and Mrs Hay Kramer drove to Marshalltown, Saturday, to bring home their daughter Arlene for a vacation of six days. Arlcne is attending a school of nursing in Marshalltown. Mrs Minnie Maiern has as guests her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs L. J. Doyle and family of Wagner, S. D. Tht y were called to Whittemnre by the sickness of Mr Doyle's mother, Mrs Mary Doyle. Mr and Mrs Leon Laird and Max have returned from Chicago where they visited a niece and husband. Mr and Mrs Edward Arzig and Mr Laird also tranact- cd business. They were Rone e week and enjoyed sight-seeing. Ronald Heerdi, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Heerdt, of Ringsted is spending the summer here with his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs W. L. Heerdt while his mother is in her former home at Don- mark visiting relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser are being visited by their daughter. Mrs R .E. Walker and children who have been living in Charlotte, N. C. The family is moving to Chicago where Mr Walker will be employed as a truck driver between Chicago and Denver. Heis in Chicago now and his family will join him as soon us .•> suit able dwelling can be found. Mr and Mrs Crapser and Mrs Walker and children spent a week ago Sunday at Estherville with Mr and Mrs Russell Craoser. Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish flew to Fort Worth, Texas, last Sunday, via Braniff Airlines, leaving on a DC7 from Des Moines airport. At Fort Worth, they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jerry Beamish, and a new grandson, Timothy Ray Beamish, born to the young couple in mid-June. Jerry Beamish is at present on the engineering staff of Convair Aircraft. Ray and Bernice Beamish returned by air Wednesday, arid it is reported that Ray under tension of becoming a new grandfather, tood the trip well. Mr and Mrs Waller McBride and family have returned from Centralia, Mo., where they spent a week with Mr McBride's mother. They Were met there by the son Carl who attends the university at Abilene, Tex. From there they drove to the Bagnell Dam near the Lake of the Ozarks. The MoBrides have been visited by Mr and Mrs Lowell McBride and family of Salida, Colo., who were here from Thursday till Saturday. This week Wednesday Mrs McBride's brother and sister-in- law. Mr and Mrs Don Roberts and family of Grand Rapids, Mich., and the mother, Mrs Sally Roberts of Glidden, came for a visit. Odds And Ends (Continued from Page 1) With his son-in-law Jerry Gron- \vall, ho operates a grocery in Fulierton. 22 milt's away, and we dropped over to say hello thc noxt morning. Dutch gets tht UDM and had just read where we expected to stop at Corona while out west. » * * fabulous Las Vegas, another overnight stop, then to St. George, Utah, where we sidestepped highway 91 for the cooler route 89, going through Zior National Park. The Mormons settled this valley about thu time the pioneers were setllhu Kossuth county. North to Prove, east on highway 40 into Steamboat Springs, Colo, and ove: Rabbits Ear pass (elevation 9,680 ft.), brought us to the final le.4 home on highway 20 through Nebraska, via Laramie. * * * It's a lot of fun, traveling, so get out the road maps. Whether you use them or not, they are stimulating to the system. Mrs 'Ellsworth Stevens and daughter, Susan, of Minneapolis, are visitors this week at the home of Walter G. Smith and Esther Smith. Mrs Ellsworth and Esther are cousins. Jennie Breen, 85, Burial Monday Last rites for n well-known A!- gona woman, Jennie Breen, [i;V were held in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here Monday morning. Msgr. P. P. Gearon officiated and burial was in St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery ;it Wi'.^ey Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were Tom Frankl. John Wood, Home: Downs, Arthur Peterson, Lesle- Callies and Lermond Intermill Mrs Breen died Friday at the home of her daughter, • Stfll: Mae Breen, on north Jones stive!. She had suffered two broken hips in separate falls during r- cent years and at various time had been hospitalized Jennie Cosgrove, daughter o: Mr and Mrs Andrew Cosgrove was born in the Wesley anv August 23, 1871. She was mm ried to James D. Breen Nov. 2" 1891 at Wesley and Mr Bi\n was a rural mail carrier at Titonka prior to his death in 1936 Mrs Breen moved to Algona in 1942 and has lived with he: daughter since that time. A daughter and two sons, one killed in each World War, also preceded her in death. Survivors, besides the daughter, Stella Mae Breen, include two brothers, W. S. Cosgrovc Wesley, and J. J. Cosgrove, Dup Moines, and a sister, Mrs Bridget Tobin, of Algona. 1000 NEW SUMMER ORE Greatest Collection Ever Shown In Algona ! 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BOTTLES FRENCH DRESSING. 2 for 49c MIRACLE WHIP QUART JAR SALAD DRESSING 49c FOLGER'S 6-OZ. JAR COFFEE 98c , HILAND'S SENSATIONAL TWIN-PACK POTATO CHIPS... Fresh From Bakery For This Weekend Big REG. 69c 59c PAPER NAPKINS Northern lAjt Colored pkg. IUC PAPER PLATES 69c Pkg. of 40 Reg. 79c EMONS JUMBO SIZE DOZEN 39C 3-ln-l Combination I Betty Crocker Answer CAKE MIX • Includes Mix, Pan, Frosting Each Box 3 Boxes For MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Regular 12-Ounce Jars for $1 — — ^—^———— ~— • ' —•••—••—— ^^^^^^^^^^^mm^mmmimmi^m^^tmmmmf^mmt Chickens Each 79c Werners u 39c BONELESS BUTTERFLIED HORMEL ASSORTED RATH READY-TO-EAT Butt - Shank Combination Skinless - Defatted - Ex. Lean 12-OZ. PKG5. 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