The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 6
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fr-Atgona (la.) Upper 6et Mdfnti Thursday, Jtpt. 4, Livermore Girl Credited With Saving Child's — Jenny Linn Huphr-s. dnnphtfr of Mrs Izola Hughf; of I.ivrrmorc is credited with Faving the life of 7-year-old Mark Wh'tkms i-' SiouV. Falls last week. The two children were fishing off the dork at Lake Oko- bo.ji when Mark fell in nine f/xit of water. HP was unable to swim So Jenny, who is eleven years old, called to him to grab her fish pole and she pulled him to safety. Jenny spent the week at Lake Okobfji with her mother. Izola, grandmothrr. Mrs Collins, Mr and Mis Don Tomlinscn and children of Dt-s Moines and Mr and Mrs Fred McKenzie of Nebraska. LOCALS Dr. and Mrs R. K. Richardson spent from Saturday till Monday at DCS Moines with Mr and Mrs Thomas O'Haire. Mrs Emma Dreyer had as guests Sunday her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Henry Anderson, of Aurilia. Mr and Mrs James Egli and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders Fpent the weekend at Richfield, Minn., fishing at Lake Ripley. Mrs John Deim, Jon and Orel chun spent Sunday at the Don Deal cottage at the Okobojis wit] Don and other friends. Jerry Duiion who attends Jun ior college at Fort Dodge spen the weekend here with his par ents Mr and Mrs John Button Mr and Mrs R. S. Blossom were visited last week Tuesday and Wednesday by their son-in law and daughter Mr and Mrs Si gurd Fardal, of Forest City. Mr and Mrs Harold Roth were visited recently by Mrs Joe Hoffstetter, Don and Joyce anc Jack Berg, of Minneapolis. Mrs Hoffstetter is a cousin of M Roth. Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand anc Kathy are here from Santa Moni ca, Calif. Kathy is house gues of Patty Van Allen and Mr anc Mrs Dermand were guests of Dr and Mr F. E, Sawyer. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent Sr» Mr and Mrs H. M. Smith and Dr. anc Mrs R. K. Richardson were las' weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan at their cottage a 1 the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Harold Roth and daughters ,Kathy and Marian were dinner guests Sunday oJ Mrs Roth's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs A. K. Shaw at Rolfe. Mrs Segrid Haggard and Mr and Mrs Dick Post were visited over the Labor Day weekend by Mr and Mrs James White, of Des Moines. Mr White is an uncle of Mrs Post. Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider have had word of the birth Saturday of a son to their son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs George Simon, at Joliet, 111. Mr and Mrs Schneider plan to drive to Joliet for the weekend. Mrs Dick Post and Mrs 'Dutch' Honsbruch left Wednesday for Iowa City. Mrs Post will have a check up at the university hospital for an allergy and Mrs Honsbruch will visit relatives in the vicinity. Carrie and Margaret Duranl went to Manly Aug. 28 to attend a meeting of the North Iowa Writers' Club. Margaret gave a talk on poetry writing. They were accompanied by two Mason City ladies. Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell drove to Cherokee Sunday to visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell. They stopped at Lost Island to visit'relatives. Floyd teaches Industrial Arts in the Cherokee schools. Ella Thompson and Flora Tiss have returned from California. Miss Thompson had been there several weeks visiting her brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs WiUard Thompson at La Jolla. Mrs Mary Boswell and Stella Mae Breen accompanied Flora Tiss but are remaining' for a longer time. & Mr and Mrs M, H. Fain had as quests Sunday the former's parents, and brother and sister- in-law. Mr and Mrs Harry Fain and Mr and Mrs Bill Fain, of Hurnboldt. and Mrs Mary Bernardo and Mr and Mrs Ray More- hauser, of Emmetsburg. They rnme to see the Bernardo's son Bill born recently. Mrs Bernardo is the former Joan Fain. Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan had as Labor day weekend guests at their cottage at the Okobojis Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland and Mr and Mrs Paul Dremmel, Saturday and Sunday. Sunday and Monday guests were their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Robert Donovan, of Rock Valley, the son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Jack Wittern and family, of Worthington, Minn. Ralph's father Robert Donovan was there. Names Omitted In addition to those attending the 20th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks, reported in Portland news last week, the names of Mr and Mrs 3uy Dimond, Mr and Mrs O. W. Friedow and Bill, Mr and Mrs Leon Gifford, Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson and S. W. Swanson, all of Britt, should have been included. Divorce Granted Only activity this week in district court was granting of a divorce by Judge G. W. Stillman to Donna M. Penrod, Algona, from Charles R. Penrod, Baltimore, Md. The couple married Oct. 17, 1955, in San Francisco. Custody of a minor child Was given the mother. Espcranta was introduced in 1887 as a "suggested new international language." 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