The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1957
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8-Algono (to.) Upp»f t>« Molnt* Thur»dey, August 22, 195? 8 Children Home First Time Five Years, LuVeme LuV*m* — Mrs Jessie Strip" ling had all of her eight children * home Sunday the first lime in " five years. Her daughter Norma » Mr and Mrs Jack Kassel and *" children of Grand Meadow. „, Minn., Jerome Stripling of Cedar * Falls; Sandra Stripling of Spen* cei; Kenneth Stripling of Fort I Dodge; Mr and Mrs Clem Strip*ling and boys; Becky, Marcia and i Michael at home all of Lu Verne. « Debra Kasscl who visited her •" grandmother since Tuesday re* turned home with her parents. * In Iowa City Hospital * Mrs Georgia Smith was a patient the past week for observa- * tion in the Iowa City University , hospital. Her sister, Mrs Blanche (Sisley) Walton of near Pittsburgh, Penn. visited Wednesday , to Monday with her. Friday they * went to Algona to visit their sister, Mrs Hattie McGee, patient * at St. Ann hospital. t Visitors the past week iti.' the *' Gottlieb Hanselman and Mrs T Anna Hanselman homes were . early long time friends. Mr and j, Mrs Louise Heck of Flint, Mich. *' A picnic dinner was held Sun* day at the Mrs Anna Hansel* man home for the visitors and a •£ get-together Monday evening in j the Gottlieb Hanselman home. •>• They visited in the George •- Grimsehl home Monday. Mr * Heck, son of the late Mr and .; Mrs J. M. Heck lived here 47 * years ago on the farm owned by J Alvin Hardcopf. ;' Mr and Mrs Arthur Satre and ' sons of Rockford, 111., and her * sister Miss Hulda Fritzemeier *' spent the past week here visiting * former friends and looking after * their farming interests. Miss ? Fritzemeier has just finished an *' eight weeks summer course at ;,; the University in Iowa City. She j, goes to teach Communication ••• Skills and American Literature I in English Department at Tay'-• lor University at Upland, Ind ~ Hulda will return with the i; Satres to Rockford until the •-• opening of her school year. Guests Saturday in the Den* nis Carroll home were her sis- ters, Sister Mary DeSales, O.S.F.. of Garner and Sister Mary Mar- ceUine, O.S.F., of Bancroft. They arc- the former Lenora arid Betty Ai-nclorfer, daughters of the late Mr and Mrs Charles Arndorfer of St. Benedict. While here they called in the Carl Swanson home. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll and family attended a reunion of her family, the late Mr and Mrs Charles Arndorfer at the Nick Arndorfer farm at St. Benedict Attending were Sister Mary DC Sales. O.S.F.. Garner; Sister Mary- Marcellinc, O.S.F., Bancroft, the honored guests; Mr and Mrs Roy Pickens family of Storm Lake; the Elbert Garmann family of Wells, Minn., and Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer of St. Benedict. A sister in Chicago wa.- unable to attend. Mr and Mrs Cleve Stewart of Algona visited Mrs Mary Shultz Sunday afternoon. Miss Patti Patterson, employed in DCS Moines spent the weekend in the parental Milo Patterson home. Mr and Mrs Milo Patterson took his aunt, Mrs Minnie Hagist to Iowa City the past week where she entered the University Hospital for treatment. Mr and Mrs B. E. Martin and son Ronald have returned from Ely, Minn., where they spent the past. week at their cottage there. Other guests were their son Larry and his bride. Mr and Mrs Paul Blumer have returned home from a visit of two weeks with their son Philip Blumer and family in Midland, Michigan. Miss Luella Blumer entertained the Good Will Club at her farm home Thursday with ten members present. Mrs Anna Blumer was the co-hostess. After the routine business the entertainment was in charge of Mrs William Goetsch and Mrs Alvin Weber. The September 19 meeting will fee in the Mrs Howard Swanson home, assisted by Mrs Emily Guy and Mrs Roy Guy of Renwick. Mr and; Mrs Frank Whitley of Ankeny are t parents of an eight DRIVE-IN Theatre THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY and GATORS: TO THIS RHYTHM-FEST! Rock Baby'Rock It" With JOHNNY CARROLL - DON COATS PLUS THIS CO-HIT How the Japanese Security Police Used a "Kimono Girl" to smash Tokyo's Underworld! . . "HOUSE of BAMBOO" with Robt. Ryan — Robt. Stack — Cameron Mitchell DRIVE SUNDAY gnd MONDAY (ON EACH EVENING AT 9:20) ONE OF THE SCREEN'S TRULY GREAT TRIUMPHS . . . . IN THE COMPLETE GRANDEUR OF («*i«dliine»||f m mmm\\ (On at 8:10 P.M.) Wtitern Thriller "THE BLACK DAKOTAS" OABY MfiRIU - WANDA HENDRIX COMING NEXT TUES.. WED. -FRIENDLY PERSUASION" With ©AIY 6Q0P|f and one-half pound daughter born in a Des Moines hospital, Sunday Aug. 18. They have two sons, Billy and Terry. Mrs Whn- ley, the former Margaret Moed- ing is the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Moeding, LuVerne. Mrs Moeding went tp Ankeny Sunday afternoon. Mrs Allen Blake and children visited the past week in Green Mountain, Iowa in UT; home of her parents, Mr and Mrs H. J. Langbehn. Henry Markman, his son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Arthur Piscator of Round Lake, Minn visited Saturday in the Frank Moeding, Sr., home and Sunday in the home of Mrs Katir Markman in Renwick. Henry Markman is a half brother of the senior Mr Moeding. Wedding Banns For 2 Couples Read, Bancroft Bancroft — Banns of marriage were published for the third time Sunday in St. John's Catholic Church between William Joseph Dudding and Lois Patricia Franke. The wedding will take place Aug. 24th in Fairmont. William Dudding is the son of Mrs Ada Dudding. Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday between James F. Clark, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Clark, and Jane Ford, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Ford. Work has started on the new parish home. The basement is now being dug by the Distworth Construction Company. Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman and family were dinner guests Sunday of William Hughs and Edward Bredecrof. The dinner was in honor o( Donna Bergman who will leave soon for Sioux City where she will be a student nurse. Several neighbors took cake and ice cream and spent Saturday afternoon helping Mrs Nellie Kirsch celebrate her 91st birthday. Mr and Mrs Don Degen went to Milwaukee Friday to attend the wedding of Don's cousin. Mrs Paul Mulligan and Bob and Phillis left Sunday for California where, ,they f will visit three of Mrs' Mulligan's children, D«j«iis, Cathleen and Mary Ann. Mr ahdi Mrs Bob»Barslou and boys left for a two weeks vacation in Denyer, Colo, and other points of interest. Mr and Mrs Floyd Yackel returned from a week's vacation through the Black Hills and the Bad Lands. Verdon and Lucille Farrow, Duane Sandt and Harold Been-, ken, Mr and Mrs Donald Graham, Ti tonka, left Friday-for a weekend visit with relatives at Brorten and Sauk Center, Minn. Mr and Mrs H. K. Lampe and Mary Ann and Daryle spent the weekend, with their three daughters' in Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson and family spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr and Mr.s Perry Torine. Lawrence College, a Methodist school, was established in Appleton, Wise, in 1847. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagnef A family gathering was held fit the John Thill home in St. Benedict on Sunday with Mrs Math Faber, Mrs Reinald Salz Pc?ter Erpelding and Charles Plathe from here attending, Mr and Mrs Louis Fhurmann from Al«ona and Mr and Mrs thill's sons and daughters and their families. The gathering was a courtesy to visitors from North Dakota, Mr and Mrs Henry Fabt-r and daughters. Mrs Eleanor Dimmer and Mr and Mrs Douglas Kintmer, who wet? vlsl? tors here the past week*,, Mr and Mrs Henry Faber. Casselton, North Dakota and daughters, Mrs Eleanor Dimmer pf Moorhead, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Douglas Kemmer wefe visitors the f>asl week with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Faber arc both well known, having formerly been from here. Mrs Faber is a sister of Mrs Math Fabor of here. Mrs John Thill of St. Benedict and Louis Fuhrmann cif Algona and Mr Faber is a brother of Math Faber of here, John Faber of West Bend, Joe F;iber of Rodman ,Mrs Joe Willen r and Mrs Veronica Roethler of Algona. INJURED Bruce Bchrens of Sioux Rapids received a broken leg recently when he and his brother pulled a !.' foot home refrigerator ovet nn themselves. His brother, Timothy, escaped with bruises and a scratched knee. "TOMATO Henry Witthuhn of Tabor produced in his garden a practically round tomato measuringi'14 inches in i'«-ciim.ference and; 13 inches annmd its depth. It tipped the scales at a little more than n pound and a quarter. The Klu Klux Klan jwafe organized by a group of ybuhg, Con- fi'dcrate officers. NOW THiru SATURDAY! 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