The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 2
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t Mji*e ffa.) gppt Pn ttrtftt* , Mf 85, 1957 Wesley Girl & Husband On A Trip To Africa T Wesley — Mrs Clara Erdmar* •• received tcord frorh her daughter. £ Mary Lu, nee Mrs Hubert Ix>w- -••• man of Weisbauden. Germany, * saying that she Was to soc-orn- 1 r an >" her husband oa a business trip to Africa. Mr and Mr? Lowman arc both employed hy the "^ A.M.F.E.A. and have visited many countries in that area. Mrs Don Kraus and Rsekie ac'., companied by Mrs Charles Krsws * Sf. of Kicster. Minn. left Sunday, July 21. for a 10-day vacation ;, trip to the Black Hill?. Mr and Mrs Eldon Derereaux *, returned home Saturday from a . week's vacation in a Canadian * fishing resort. 1 Donna Dorhsladf of Fresno, * Calif, left Friday, July 19 for her "' home, by plane from Des Moines «- following an 8 weeks stay in the * Cliff Anfinson home. Mrs An* „ finsort aftd daughter Joan and -- Kaye Loebig took her to Des *_' Moines. *» Mr and Mrs Art Livingston c! 2 Corwith and Mr and Mrs Frank* lin Bode and two children were '*- Sunday visitors in the Herman 2 Bode home. Mrs Florence Albee and Carol ,t and het friend of Jefferson were "• Sunday guests of Mrs Albee's £ mother, ifrs Mary Selfert. -They *» visited a son and brother, Mr * Emil Soiferl and family at Mason :: city. •»• Mr and Mrs A. N. Hichtsmeier, *" Janice and Bob, Alice Rlchtsmcier Z n. N. of Phoenix, Ariz.; Vincent -• Richtsmeier of Minneapolis; Mr * and Mrs Paul Schmidt and two ""sons of Adaza; Alice Judge oi to Pontiac, 11L; arid Clara Richts- * meier of Iowa Falls attended the * profession -ceremonies lor 31 * novices in the Chapel of the § Motherhouse of Our Lady of « Good Counsel Academy at Man* Jcato, Minn, on Wednesday, July * 17. Francis, daughter of Mr and £ Mrs A, N. Richtsmeier was a +> member of the class and is now " Sister Alstacia. She will continue *» her college studies at the Mother« hodse. JJJ Jimmy, Steven and Anna Wal- *wker spent this week at Lake '••» Okoboji vacationing with their J* grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ben „ Walker of West Bend. *» Mrs Martin Hamilton was host"* ess to her Needlework Club at a £ steak fry at the city park Wed- *«nesday evening. "•» Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and * family spent Sunday with his *. parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Goetz w» at Sargent, Minn. Earl Goejz ^stayed to help his grandfather' „ with the.harvesting. Mary Gbetz, «• who has been visiting her grand«• parents, returned home with her J. parents.' «* Major and Mrs Gordon Loebig *« and his sister, Mrs Jack Lickteig ^ left Tuesday for a few days visit «* with their brother, Evroul Loe* bjg and wife. The women will ** return by train and Gordon, who ^ is a' hospital administrator, will ** drive on to the West Coast and •* then to a Japanese Island where *he will be stationed about three «* years, Mrs Loebig and daughters ,»>'Judy and Susie have rented & ** house in Algona where -they will »liye for seven' months and will mtljen join their husband anc * lather, £ Dale White lift Monday to at* ^ tend the funeral of a cousin, » Major Frank Hense, 37, at Moline, ** m. The deceased, who is a major „ in the Air Force was killed in a «* crash -over the Rocky Mountains. •* Two other officers met death in * the crash. =„• Mrs Bill Loebig entertained - i ner bridge club Saturday after J"noon. Mrs Tom Forburger was a v guest*• Mr and Mrs Harold Shick of ™ Riverside, Calif, called on Mr* 9 Erdm^n,, briefly one day week- They were enroutc Iroro a vwt with relative! in Minnesota, Illinois and Indiana «* Mr and- Mrs Martin Hamilton **and Nancy were dinner guests !! Sunday of his parents, Mr and SMrVH. G. Hamilton of Bancrolt, *tat tbj Algona Hotel. fT Jim Reisin'g'was brought home ^Satuj-day from Mercy Hospital, **Mason City, where he hadl)een *;ior several week^ for medical care ,*for a badly injured thumb, H« -««wUl return soon lor surgery and AOce Judge of Pontiac, 111. *spent last week at the home of ^her coosia, Mrs A. N, RichUt- «meier and family. *• Mr* Paul Schmidt imd twp sons Adaza spent several days last in the parental, A- N home. IJer husband «, Alto« Riohtsneier, R. N, Cleave Sunday for hpr work i» jflmcaiK, Am, s^ie had spent 'i weeks her*. Mrs Pennw Oarlson. *»* watt were honored at Lovnell Erdman pf Dccorah. Mrs Frank Grant. Joan and Karon atle-nded a prc-nuptia show*? Tuesday evening. July 23, at the Doan Church parior: fcsr Rhonda Hammond, daugh'c" of Mr end Mrs O?car Hammond. who will become the bri'iP o: J.m St. John oi Algona soon. Mrs Jerry Ferstl and baby Jerri Lynn are spending thij week in the R .E. Neivbrough home. The infant was born to ihe young couple of Pccahonta. 1 on Wednesday, July 17. Mr. 1 Ferstl is the former Joan Hollis- twr. Mr Fer?tl is employed by the Western Electric company. Mrs John Larson left Sunda% for her home in Chicago, 111. She had been called home the fore part of last week by the seriouf illness of her mother, Mrs Tillie Loebig, who is a patient in St Ann hospital, Algona. Mr and Mrs Neil Gary, Man- Lou and Bobbie of Akron, Ohk came Sunday, July 14 for a ? weeks visit at the parental, John Richtcr home and with other relatives here and at Bancroft. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner, Jimmy and Debbie attended the funeral of her aunt at Comfry, Minn. Saturday, July 20. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer, Margaret and Rose visited the Stan ley Studers at Albert Lea, Minn, one day last week. A stillborn baby boy was born to the IdUer couple last week. They have two daughters, Marian and Joette. Sunday guests in the Franklin Fox home were Mrs Fox' parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Baade of Titonka and Mrs Edna Wubben. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner aitd two children are vacationing in Minnesota this week. They left Sunday... Sunday picnic dinner guests in the John Richter home were Mr and Mrs Neil Gary, and two children, Mary Ellen and Bobbie of Akron, Ohio; Mr and Mrs Jack Hays and three children, Waterloo; Mr and Mrs Ed Richter and three children, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Ed Dusold and three children of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Ed Walkins, Eagle Grove; Mr and Mrs Emii Bloomer and her father, Mr Kraus of Garner; John Phil Richter, home on an 18 day furlough from Lake Meade, Nev.: Jack Richter and son, Mr and Mrs Edmund Otis and family; Mi and Mrs Frank Richter and family; Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen; Mr and Mrs John Paulson and fam- Mr and Mrs Orville Travelers At Whittemore On Canadian Trip Whittemore — Mr and Mr? Frank W. Elbert returned last week Monday evening from a nine day trip. Leaving Whittemore they drove to Milwaukee where they took the ferry across Lake Michigan, then drove into Canada and viewed Niagara Falls on the Canadian side. They then drove into some of the more interesting sights in Canada, and also into the agricultural districts and fruit growing ranches. Upon their return to the state? they went to New York, traveled to the state of Pennsylvania, ami on to Ohio, where they traveled the Ohio Turnpike for many miles to Chicago. They then left for Iowa and yisited with Mr. and Mrs Merrill Rawson in Anamasa. Mr and Mrs Rawscm in Anamosa. Mr and Mrs residents. Mr Rawson operated the garage now occupied by Ostwald and Zimmermann, Mr Elbert is a retired well driller and both Mr and Mi's Elbert enjoying traveling and occasionally they take trips to different parts of the state, and up to now they have been in 46 states in the union. They traveled over 1500 miles on their last trip. Mrs Fred rleinrich of here entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge lagt week Sunday dad underwent surgery Friday morning, Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich, Fre4 Heinrich, Mr and Mrs Russell Harris of here and Mr and Mrs Richard, Rierstfdt oi Rolfe visited with Mrs Hemrich at the hospital {Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich visited their mother Saturday evening. Mrs Heinrich is reported to be getting along fairb well- Word was received by Mrs Dora Faulstich Saturday that hei daughter-in-law, Mrs William F$ulsii£b -in Algona, underwent eurger? Saturday morning in ihe £»t. Afln hospitju in, Aigona, jerry 2<iutoufeal entered St hospital in Algona {or ob «erv*Uon Thursday afternoon Mr j&atlQukftl. whp suffered from l*st year, has reaction ws|WW»^W* " V$f9p* - f«rjy Saturday morn* home £n Morrisvilje, peixiipg a two weeks ff with Mr Weber's, • 9fi4 Mrs Simon other reietives. and family aftd Mrs fidward Greinert all ol her* ifid Mr and Mr* Henry fchr at West Bend were Sunday ereWnt guests at the home of Mr Una Mrs Eldon Fehf at Rodman on the birthdays of LSrtda and Alfred :rVhr daughter and son of the Eldon Fehr's. David Michael .infant son of Mr and Mr.s Conrad Satern, of Humboldt, was baptized by the Rfc*. Paul G. Weinhold, local pars- tor of St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whitterriofe, ifi the Sunday morning service!. His sponsors were Miss Louise Charlson of Lake Mills, ^oi Thompson of Fenton and Ronald Hedin of heie. Dinner gu«»sts at his grandmothers. Mr? Myrtle Frost, home in Ms honor were Lcuise Charlson. GcflOfa and Darlene Charlson of Lake Mills and Joi Thompson of Fenton. "*• Mr and Mr* HaroM Kuect^r took their soft Jay to th* Baft Scout camp at Lake Okoboji Stift- day afternoon where he trill spend this week. Mr and Mrs J antes Kuecker and family of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and family, Jean and Beverly Ostwald of here and Mrs Bessie Walker and Arthur Locke of Algona, were guest? at a lawn picnic dinner at' the home of Mr ind Mrs Harold Kucrker in Whittefnofl. List week Wednesday eveniflf. Mr and Mrs Bert Playle and family of Elk River. Minn, visit* ed from Thursday until Friday at the home of Mr and Mrs Edward Grimes. Mr and Mrs Edward Grimes and family visited with an uncle ind aunt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Strohschoen in Fort Dadf*!, San* iay afternoon. Mr and Mrs Herman Rosen* dahl of Fort Dodge aftd Mt and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith aftd son Lyle of here were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors a* the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Sunday dirmer|tiests Were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and soh Gary of Albert Lea, Minn, their daughter Helen Lynett who has spent the past two weeks at the home of her grandparent?. The Heidenwiths returned home with them in the evening. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn ahd son David and daughter Joleen of Cylinder ffflted at the parental hotn* erf Mrs Mathilda Meye* Stfftday afternoon. fe««* nifig caller! were her son-ln-iiw and daughter, Mr and Mrs Elmer Rtthnke and daughter Jeanttte aftd §6n tvefftt erf Letts CrUiek. Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher visited at the home of Mr and Mrs John Schallirl in Letts Creek The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Gordon Jwtson and family and Seltfta Wichtendahl o: here and Mf «nd MB Haflar Wichtendahl and family of Al goha were Sunday evening din ner guests at the home of Mf ant Mrs* Ross Burns at Thof. Mrs Harold Heinrich anc children spent from last wee! Tuesday until Thursday at the herrte of Mrs Heinfich's mother Mr* ff«i Gk»b*l In Fairmont, Minn. Mrs Mathilda Meyer spent last tNek Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mf and Mrs Elmer Rtthnke in Letts Creek. Job Wagons, 86, Burial, Titonka TUofikct -*~ funeral were held fot Jake Wagens Tues day, July 23, at 1:30 at the Raftv «y Reformed Cnttfeh wim*itev Wm. Krodn officiating. Swar Funeral dome was in charge of attahgementa. Burial was in the church cemetefy with Bert Siehl- Ajaft. Dale Helmcrs, Par wift Bo*ers, AlfcNea fiefkes, Afnelsbeit and Cecil Metnttke a* pallbearers. Mr Wegefts passed away July tO, at 4:80 iJltl., fit Maple Lea! Rest Hoftte at Burt, where he had been taken 18 day* ago. He attained the age of-*6 years and 11 days and pWfiOusly had been living' with his, only daughter Alice (Mrs Sen Siehlmanl of Titonka. He was pjSteded in death by his wife *nd% survived by his daughter and three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. „.*__ MINTING AND DECORATING: Exterior painting, by spray or brush. Let us five you n bid free. 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