The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 8
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. ffa - ) Upf ** *** ******* , August 15, the Hussell Col* family ipenl Sunday nt Clear Lake. John Thul was Sunday nife supper pue-M at the Matt Winder! home nrar Algona Mr and Mrs Naf Bangs hare returned from Green Bny, Wis xvhcre thev visited relatives. Mr and Mrs John Snere had ihe la tier's father, Harry Rahb. of Charles Citv as guest Sunday. Mr and Mrs Mai-old Peter were visited over the weekend by Le.Ttnee Joy of Correctionville'- Mr and Mrs John Lavigne had as guest a few days last week a niece. Marcia Jensen of Anthon Mr and Mrs Harold Roth had as guests recently Mrs Leonard Kurk and son Michael of Cen terville, S. D. Mr and Mrs John Spencer are being visited this week by Mi and Mrs Carl Dare and children of Des Mnjnes. Mr and Mrs Games Ackerman have been visited by the latter's mother, Mrs Walter Belcher of Stewartville, Minn. Mr and Mrs George McVay had Mr and Mrs Roger Lee of Story City as guests last Week. They are former rodent? hern Mr and Mr» John VOSB Sr. rei.irne... Monaay irom Jr-equot Lakes, Minn., where they had spent a two weeks vacation. Mr and Mrs Robert Welter returned last week from AmariHo Tex., where they had visited three weeks with Mr ana Mis Art Gilbert. Mr and Mrs William Anderson .are having Mr and Mrs Herman Larson, Greg, Susan and Joan of Lehigh as dinner guests Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdman had as dinner guests Sunday the latter s parents and brother, Mr and Mrs Adolph Youngwirth and Stevie.of LuVerne. Mrs Louise Peter has had as guests last week her son and daughter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs Ed Peter and family of Sylvas Grove, Kan. Mr and Mrs Leo Aulich had as guests last weekend Mrs Auhch's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs William Sundstrom, of Mora, Minn. Mr and Mrs Monte Scobba had Mr and Mrs Art Rosenmeyer of St. Benedict, as guests last week Sunday. Mrs Rosenmeyer is mother of Mrs Scobba. Mr and Mrs Clayton Pittman and children spent the weekend at the Obokojis with Mr Pittman's mother, Mrs E. H. Pittman who has a trailer house there. Mrs Leo Steven has replaced Mrs George Larson as bookkeeper at the Culligan Soft water service office. Mrs Larson and her family have moved to California. Mr and Mrs Arthur Krause are Jeaving Saturday for Milwaukee, Wis., and will visit Mrs Krause's parents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen and other relatives. Al Rode of the Algona Rendering Co. and Frank Riley, manager of the S. & L. store, were two local fishermen who returned this week from fishing vacations. Lando ' Mishak drove to St. Cloud, Minn., to bring home his wife and family who had spent a week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs John Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Cloyd Bishop Sr., of Lima, Ohio and Mr and Mrs . Cloyd Bishop Jr., of Dolliver were dinner guests last week Tuesday evening of Mr and Mrs Dale Laws . Mr and Mrs James Baker have returned from a vacation at Yellowstone National Park. They were met there by Mr Baker's parents, Mr and Mrs C. H. Baker of Alameda, Calif. Mr and Mrs Hans Johannsen of Waverly, former residents here, visited friends hi|re last week and called on the Bartholomew families, and were guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen. Mr and Mr* Oliver Bakken had as guest Monday the latter's sisr ter-m-law, Mr Alfred Anderson of Westbrpok, Minn., w.ho was enroute home from Cedar Hapids and a visit with relatives. Mr and Mrs John Nauhols re* turned Sunday from a two weeks vacation, one of which .was spent at the Okobojis, the other at Oelwein with Mrs Nau- hoi?' parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Chase. , . ' Mr and Mrs Date Laws had as guests from Friday till Monday Mr and Mrs Paul Dicks of Moravia. They are brother-in-law and sister, of Mrs Laws. The Laws and guests spent the weekend at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Mail Wevdert AJgone and Mr and Mrs Matt Bgsch of LuVerne returned last week Saturday after a week in and around Rapid City, South Dakota. On their return home, they visited relatives, Mr and Mrs Fete* 1 Lenners of Walnut Grtove, Minn. Mrs Clem Erlandw U recuperating at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn, from a gal! Madder operation performed last Friday. Her husband is also at Ikwhester. It was expected that Mrs Erlander would be able to leave the hospital by the last of this week but would remain in Rochester for several more clays. MM WilUftB* Anktmbauw a*, and daughter gulabel and Mr and Mrs William Ankenbauer Jr. are leaving next week for Ipton, Tex. for a visit of a week, emor Mrs Ankenbauer and el haye as guest this Mr and Mrs A. F. S«hweppc, Algona, are, the grandparents of their first granddaughter born Aug. 7 to Mr and Mrs Norber! Hattendorf of St. Paul, Minn. The batey weighed 6 Ibs. 10V, oz. Mrs Hattendorf is the former Ruth Schweppe. Fit* members from the Trinity Lutheran Walther League left Saturday for the National convention Aug. 11 to 15 at Stillwater, Okla. They are Donna Reefer, daughter of Alex Reefer, Nor ma Gatten, daughter of Ervin Gatten, Jerry Meyer, son of Fred Meyer, Dennis "Seefeld, son of Leander Seefeld, and CarJ Kinne, son of Henry Kinne. Mf Md Mrs Lee Steven and family drove to Tuttle Lake Sunday and stopped enroute at Em- mctsburg where they were joined by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Earl Booth and children. Mr and Mrs Webster Gillespie and Mr and Mrs Earl Sheppard attended the wedding Sunday- evening at Lotts Creek of Beverly Gerber and Richard Kuecker. The bi-ifle is a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Gillespie. Mr and Mrs Clayton Pittman and Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson are- being visited this week by Barbara Dunlop of Jefferson and Dorothy Herzberg of Victor, former teachers here who now teach at Kent, Wash. Mrs Russell Cols Arnold's Park Wednesday to attend the R.L.D.S. church women's group meeting. She was «e- companied by Tessie Roedet of Algona and Mrs Kenneth ftolie ;ind Mrs John Miller of Burt Mr and Mrs Warren fttfedn and the latter's- mother, Mrs Frank Butts, took Dorothy Butt-; to Minneapolis, Minn, last week where she went via plane to Washington, D. C., after sffend- ing a month here with her parents. She has been employed at Washington the past seven years and is private secretary to Marion Bennett, former state representative from Missouri, now with tht State Court of Claims depart- Mirnt Mr and Mrs Hftrlaft Wichteh- dahl and Mr and Mrs Darold Stinman of Fort Dodge plan to snend the weekend at the Okobojis. Sister Mary Camilla, Chicago, Sister Mary Dermot, Peoria 1 [eights, 111. and Mrs Lawrence Brennan of Emmetsburg were fcuosts of Josie *McEvoy last Thursday. The nuns are mem- bcis of the Dominican Order. Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmidt and Mr nnd Mrs Ted Vera have been spending much of their time at Clear Lake where they had rented a cottage for most of the summer. The Schmidts are leaving for there today (Thursday) ,md will remain over the weekend. Mr and Mts AMift MeAdams met their grandson, David, at Webster City. He came from Des Momes to spend a week here. Mr ft** ftffi Pftt.1 J»m«s weft vnsted over the weekend by their daughter, Beverly, who is working in Des Moines for the Farm Bureau Ins. Co. She Will be a freshman at l.T.C. this fall. Her sister, Evelyn, went back with her for a week's vacation. Sat ah Kfepf, haisekvif**. companion of Mrs C. F. Spccht spent a few days at her home in- West Bend while Mrs Specht was being visited by her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs A. C. Hoorneman of Moline, 111., and Mr and Mrs Harry Larson of Forest City Mr and Mrs Mail Weydert and Helen of Algona attended the Weydert reunion at the Peter Weydert home at Ventura, Sunday, Mtt W. H. Wendell of California and her two sons, Bob and Dick Lawson visited at the Clara Murtha home Wednesday morning. Mrs Wendell, the former Mary Cosgrove, came to attend the services of her brother, Harold .Cosgrove. Mr and Mrs E«fa Blanchatd were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Maurice Squires and two sons of Osage and Mr and Mrs Ralph Schipull and three daughters of near Wesley. Mrs Squires and Mrs Schipull are sisters and daughters of Mrs Blanchard. Mr and Mrs C. M. Humphrey spent Sunday at Clarion with tneir son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Humphrey And family. * ,r no Mrs Glen Jones have returned from a vacation spent at Middle Port, N. Y., Niagara Falls, Canada and Milwaukee, Wis., where they visited Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen, aunt and uncle of Mrs Jones. They also visited other relatives. Mickie, soft of Mr and Mrs George Balluff, Yj$ returned from South Dakota and Dryden, Ontario, Canada. At Ontario he visited at Cook's Resort. Patricia and Dick have returned from a visit at Hampton with Mr and Mrs Winslow Balluff. 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