The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 16
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9-Al|«ft« (fa.) &M*r ft* MotAM ffettfttftfy, July 18, Burial Af Swea City For Brain Tumor Victim Cttf — iHineral service* were held Sunday afternoon. July 14, at the First Baptist church for Marvalee Ona Molan. 2^4 year old daughter of Mr and Mis Orville Molan, former residents now living In Omaha. Rev. S. H. Hammer, pastor of First Methodist Church, o f f i c i a t ed. Burial was in Harrison Township Cemetery. The little girl died Thursday, July 11, in Children's Hospital, Omaha, where she had been a patient since early in June. She had undergone surgery for a brain tumor. She was born October 26, 1953 at Swea City. Her parents moved to Omaha, last August. Surviving, in addition to her parents, are a sister, MeriDee; her paternal grandmother, Mrs Ole Molan, Swea City; her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Otto Reutzel, and her great grandfather, Henry Reutzel, all of Burt. Hands Park Picnic There were 35 families repre* scnted at Den Smalandska Pickn- ken at Hand's Park at their annual picnic July 7. Youngest pr^sent was Julie Larson, infant dau* gliter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson. Mrs Nada Pehrson, who is registrar for the group, reported that during the past yaar there have been 15 births and seven marriages among the families. Deaths reported were those of five pioneer members: Mrs J. J. Anderson, Mrs Oscar Berggren, Mrs Augusta Pehrson and O. L. Thoreson, all of Swea City; and Mrs Ida Carlson of Cosmos, Minn. Reuben Holcomb v/as named president for "the coming year, and Mrs Oscar Linde, secretary. Members of Den Smalandska are the descendants of families who were neighbors and friends in their native Sweden and emigrated to northwest Kossuth around 1880. Conrad Linde, former business man now living" in Concord, Calif., has sold hi? building' in : the bUsi* ness district, formerly occupied by Chrtatensen Qrootjry, to Joseph P. Mackamul of the Swea City Cleaners. Edward, 2Mi year-old son of Mr /and Mre Vincent Dal« ,of Fairmont, fell from a car-driven by his mother When the car door came open. The Dales were visiting In- Swea City Wednesday when; the. mishap occurred as the car .was turning a corner. The youngster, escaped with nothing Whittemore Folks Travel Missouri Whilletnot 9 — Ralph Sobers accompanied by M r s Dorothy Rosendahl. Mr end Mrs Arthur Heidenwitn and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Kteidenwith returned last week Tuesday from a trip through Missouri of over 1100 miles. They visited with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Martin, in Union. Mo., and took a sight seeing trip to the Ozarks. They saw the Lake of the Ozarks. with its 1372 milrs of shore line and covers 6&.000 were?. One interesting thing was Bagnell Dam, with its many seaplanes and big launches taking passengers on a 35 mile tour tm a sightseeing tour. And another thing of interest was the artificial basins which were as many as 2 to 4 one some farms near the Iowa-Missouri border and full of water. Some covered an acre, hollowed out and graded up. worse than bumps and bruises. Eighteen members of the Legion Men's Chorus appeared on the program Thursday evening at the annual meeting of the Farmer's Cooperative Elevator Company in Albeit City. Mrfi Gfegor Deim is director. In the absence of Pastor Leroy Pillman of Immanuel Lutheran church, Gary Qabel will be in charge of services July 14 and 21. Seven boys, members of Immanuel Lutheran Church, left July 7 tor a week at Bible camp at Story City. They are Duane Schmicking, Paid T h o r e s oh, Steven Roberts, Danny Anderson, Johnnie O'Green, Roger Schueler and Howard Person. The Swea City Sweethearts 4-H club held their last meeting of the year at the home of Sandra Ewing on -July 1. Carol Franks gave a talk on the care of the skin, and Sheryl Briggs demonstrated the alteration of a pattern a*nd discussed accessories. Sheila Osgood and Judy Pulver reported on their trip to 4-H camp. Mr and Mrs Edward Stewart and sons Michael, Charles, and Jack, returned Monday from a week s vacation in Chicago and points enroute. They visited with Robert Anderson, former faculty member who is now 'engaged in farming. Lt. Col. C. C. Anderson of Camp Sheridan, HighIand;Eark, 111., visited last week at the home of his sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs A. B. Tweeten. Gubmaster Wallace Johnson announces that the cub scout pack and the dads plan, a cook-out at the Al Farland farm near Tuttle sLake Sunday afternoon, July 14. Attending Camp Quest, the Methodist camp at .Okobojl this week, are,Judy and Twila Pulver, Judy Hurtburt, Sandra Alward, Nancy Patterson, Judy atidf M*f* fcth*! fiibson. Dr. S. H. Hamm«. who s;rad- u*ted last month from tt*> State University School of Dentistry, left last week for Fort San Houston* Ttxas. for « two-year period in the army medical service H» i is the son of the Rev and Mrs S. H Hammer. Mr and Mrs Ilatolfl Ruba attended the Soderberg family re- tmion Julf 5 at the Herman Sodetberg home at Bancroft Legion ftMSmbers have organized a drum and bugle corps. Consisting of eight bugles, two drums, and the twirler, it has the distinction of being the smallest drum and bugle corps in the state. Those participating are: bugles, Robert Anderson. Gordon Jones. Palmer Jensen, Albert Anderson. Earl Kvamsdale. Wayne Thompson. Robert Lundquist, Sam Heathershaw: drums, Curtis Kluger and Richard O'Green. Appearing with the group will be Mike Reynolds, Estherville, well khown twirler who has won Various awards. Curtis Kluger, who operates Short wave station KOGHH, participated in the civil defense alert last week. He received messages for transmittal to local authorities. ..> Mr and Mrs Vern Mortenaen are the parebts of a daughter, Vicki Marie, bcWl July 5 at aVi Estherville hospital. Vicki ife th* Mortensert** first daughter; they have two SShs, Michael Bod Mark. - Old WocoustQ Pupils Reunite Ottotm tor School the Wat-oust! reunion was held re- 1938 1 Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan ctntly ni Sibley, leturfc In this grbup tftet itf th* Sifflt to organize. Promptly at !• fj.fft. Schneider rang the ''old bell" used 37 /ears ago by BftWna Miller, one of the teafcherS. Those who were toresettt and enjoyed the picnic dinner were. Mr tmd Mrs Lenhafd Hoidetv Lawrence Holdett, Gilbert Molden, Mr and Mrs Albert Bergum. Mr and Mrs Morgan Hagen, Mr and Mrs Chris Anderson, Oliver Christiansen, Mrs Clara Sdlbetg all of Ottosen, Mr attd MM lybn Schneider of West Bend and Mrs N. E. Landaas of Minnesota who drove 200 miles to attend. Maurice Schumacher of Mallard, Iowa, arrived last week and is now getting acquainted with his new job as Korean Veterans Instructor at the Twin Rivers Community School in Bode. Mr Schumacher is single ahd is . a graduate of the Iowa State College in Ames, and -the Mallard high school. . David Engel of Bode, the forj&ier Korean Veterans Instructor has been hired as the Vocational Agriculture teacher for the Twin Rivers high school. • . Also new in the area are Mr and Mrs' Ern6ry\ Er Johnson of Pope joy \vh6 have moved into Ottosen. Mr JtohftSon ftf fcf cipal a tthe Ottoten fvrtn 1 Elementary school. Tfcfc K» McLuens moved the first of to Grimes where he Will be Superintendent of the Grinds Independent school. Friday evening visitors at the W. H. wehrspann hotn« wet* Mti C. C. Baas and daughter Elda and Mrs Annie WehfSpaftfl o! Whitte* more. A week ago Sunday evening visitors included Mr and Mrs Henry Kroeger and Mr Jftd MfS Harold Leorke of wesi Bend. Dorothy McNeill Rites, Nevada Funeral sefvices for Dorothy McNeill, 48, former long-time resident of this area; Were held this morning, Thursday, July 11, in the Catholic church at Nevada. Burial was also there. Miss McNeill died Saturday night at Ford hospital in Detroit, Mich. She wM rKrfcHalittd orl- gihSliy at Phofftht, Art*, wfiere tile w« tisittaf two Jtittrt and her father, Ed McNttll, of Algona, who lives there during the winter months. THin«ferred tejt Bti* tie Creek, Mich, hospital Dorothy was later taken to Ford hospital Whirt ght died. Borothy was th« eldest diugh- ter of Mr and Mrs £<f McNeill, and following the 'death of MM McNeil k served 8s mother to her eight brothers and listers. She taught in various schools in rural areas around Algona. Survivors include net father four sisters, Mrs Paul Ellis and Mrs Ivan 'Kollasth, Phoenix; Ethel (Mrs John. Sheah) and Mary (Mrs Russell Larkin), Battle Creek; and four brothers, Paul and John, who farm in this area; Joe, a coach at Mt Ayr; and torn, Wellft, Minn, Her body was shipped from Detroit to Nevada for the services. The first Christlah «Hiift1Sn«ffii AoVBRtlSmO fft tfW to the Hawaiian Isltftdtt fcrSgd t^ftf Das IttftfitB ftftfHes tttotl in the islands in 1820. Trfcy s were CongrefatfOftfil rnissloh- aries from New England. Just Around The Corner Rev. L. Ccpon o? Collet, til Visited Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl over the, past weekend. He is a teacher in a University there. Mr Albert Mathern, Mr and Mrs Paul Mathern and daughters of Waterloo visited last Tuesday and Wednesday at the homes of Mrs Marie Frankl and Mr and Mrs Gerald Trankl. Steven McMahon came home Sunday after two weeks at Lyle, Minn, with his grandparents. Mr and Mrs A. Grace of Des Moines spent weekend here with her sister, Mrs E. McElroy. Ray Cobb, now of Santa Monica, Calif, but formerly employed in this vicinity, called on friends here the past week. Mr and Mrs John Parrel of Whittemore called on Mr and Mrs S. J. Hayes Thursday evening. Mrs Wm. Batt and children spent the past week at Lake Okoboji during her vacation from Graham Store. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Seip, joined them there the latter part of^ttyg week for a feiv days. •. • • Cpl. Wm. Batt Jr. is now much improved in a Korean hospital. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT , ARNIE J. RICKLEFS Phone CY 4-4529 Stqte & Thorington Sts. We never know what's in store for us "just around the corner." That's why it's so wise to plan ahead. Call and let me help you provide now for your future, i •,,_. X " Representing v jfowSSe* " ' -• •-' * * -' '* TWOODAAEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY worse richer, for poorer. .. This lovely diamond will sparkle, on her finger for a lifetime. How important, that It's a fine diamond— 1 chosen with skill and taste. Isn't it wise, then, to get professional advice from a qualified jeweler.. .one who can guide you to a diamond worthy of its place on her finger? \ RegfsterQcf Jetoe/or • American Gem Society ALGONA.IOWA In Response To Many Requests THE ALGONA THEATRE Will Present A Series of 6 Special Childrens Matinees EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 2 P. M. STARTING WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 ALWAYS 6 CARTOONS (Or Animal Shorts) AND AN APPROVED CHILDRENS FEATURE '(Admission 25c and 50e) AND LOOK WHAT'S COMING FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 ALSd ."WETBACK HOUND" *"' "*",,-it"-. '• Ht*^,.' •'•-'"• --V ''••••- '' (Story of a Famous Hound Dog) AND 3 COLOR CARTOONS SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE FEATURING FAMOUS BRANDS Included Are Famous Brand Names Like Enna Jettick - Heel Hugger, Jacqueline Connies and Paris Fashion - Shoes Formerly Selling Up To $13.95. Oxfords, Pumps, Straps, Flats and Sports. Hundreds of Pairs of Women's and Girls 1 Shoes Action-Priced For Quick Clearance! Savings of Over 50% On Many Styles -No Gimmicks or Trick Prices! Just A Plain Old-Fashioned Shoe Clearance That Will Save You Plenty, : FRIDAY, JULY 19 LADIES SHOES REDUCED TO 2 EXCITING GROUPS ONE GROUP

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