The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 3
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Around Algona Mt and Mr* Cart Sluifet M- turned Friday from Rockford, 111. where they visited their son, Bruce. Mr and M« Ma*old Hobsen had as _, th » e » ir guests on Monday, Mr and Mrs Harold Barnes of Des Momes. Mabl* Le« (pent the weekend at Fort Dodge with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mis Robert E. Lee. Mr and Mr» E, E. Robinson and son, Bill went to ,Ofnaha the first part of thfc week where Bill is entering Crelghton Uni* versity. Mt and MM A, J, Ricklefs spent from Thursday until Sunday at Roberts Pine Lodge, Bramerd, Minn, attending an insurance convention. The fitst fall meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America ii, being held this evening, (Thursday) at the V.F.W. There will be a 6:30 pot luck dinner. Mr and Mrs Willi« Colwell and children spent Sunday at Clarion where they visited Mrs Colwell's mother, Mrs O. G. Day and other relatives. Darlene Skogsfrom, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Skogstroni, left Tuesday for Des Moines to begin her freshman year at Drake University. Sharon, daughter of Mr and Mrs G. H. Powers, has returned from her summer job at Lake Okoboji and will go to Rockford, 111. soon to enter college. Eight Specs card club met Wednesday evening with Mrs Harold Hobson. Prizes were received by Mrs Mable Lee, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee and Mrs Elizabeth Post. Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel are the parents of a son born, Sept. 5 at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 9 oz. and has been named, Robert Dana. The Egels have three other children. —o— Bob Thompson, student at Iowa State College, Ames, is spending the three weeks between the summer and fall quarters with his parents, Mr and Mrs Mel Thompson. Mr and Mrs Dick Cowan took their daughter, Judy to Nevada, Mo. last week to enter Cottey College, After a trio through the Ozarks, they returned home Monday. Mrs Pearl Lampright of Mankato, Minn, arrived here Wednesday for a visit of several days with Mrs Lela Stewart. Mrs Stewart drove to Blue Earth to meet her guest. Dick Phillips is at Lake Okoboji where he is attending a two day convention of Central States theater managers. He is scheduled to speak on the subject of children's matinees. Baptisms lia's church daughter of Van Allen; ter of Mr Winter and Mr and Mrs Sunday at St. Cece- were Cynthia Lee, Mr and Mrs James Debra .Kaye, daugh- and Mrs Robert D Donald Tracy, son of Don&ld McGuire. Mr and Mrs Walter McBride and family went to Winnebago, Minn, on Sunday to visit their son, Carl and David Phillips who are working there. The boys expect to complete their job this week. Pete Langmack left by plane from Mason City Tuesday morning for New York City where he will attend a school of art design. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Langmack and for the past two years has attended the College of Wooster in Ohio. The following infants were baptized Sunday at the Presbyterian church: Michael James Peterson, son of Mr and Mrs Ronald »Peterson; Sindy Lynne Brown, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vaughn Brown and Donna Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Wille. Dr. and Mrs P, O, Dorweiller have as their guest, the former's sister, Margaret Dorweiller of Cedar Falls, whom they brought to Algona after a weekend visit with relatives at Waterloo. Mrs Dorweiller entertained a few old friends of the visitor at a coffee on Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Arnold Geffdis) are the parents of a daughter by adoption. She is ten weeks old and has been named Lori Lee. She was brought to her new home on Tuesday. Monday afternoon, Mrs Gerdis was given a baby shower by her Woodworth street neighbors., Ruth Circle of the Preebyterian church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Wilbur Reinders. Co-hostesses were Mrs Irving Miller and Mrs Don HemminRson. The program was presented by Mrs Joseph Skow and Mrs James Potter gave devotions, The First Presbyterian Church of Algona will be host to the fajl meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery, Tuesday, September 17. Eiders and Pastors repre- senting thirty-seven churches will atend. Ladies of the local church will serve a dinner at noon. Delphian Society will have their first meeting of their new year, Tuesday, September 1?,. a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs Rhoda Bonar. Mrs Mabel Paxson will present the program. Mrs R. I. Mawdsley is president of the club; Mrs D. P. Smith, vice president and Mrs C. R. Schoby, secretary-treasurer. Mrs P. O. itetweilet wag hostess at a luncheon Thursday afternoon for the members of the bridge club to which she belong- ed when she lived in Fort Dodge. Guests were Mesdames Guy Howard, Fred Davis, Julian Payne, T. V. Tischer, George Richards, Eldon Davidson and Wayne Nemitz. LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs Ralph Biefstedt, Mrs Lyle Marlow were hostess to the Burt Lutheran Aid in Burt. Thursday. Mr and Mrs EmU Person, Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby ana Cheryl were Sunday visitors in Wesley at the Ray Smith home. Tuesday Mrs Selma Hammerstrom accompanied Mrs Emil Person who took Patty and Phyllis O'Donnell back to school at Mankato, Minn. Mr and Mrs Art Person and family were Sunday dinner guests in Elmore at the parental Earl Eichorn home. Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Richards home were Mr and Mrs M. p. Rtchferds and Ralph, Mrs Maude Bilsborough and Ila of Algona. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton and John returned home last week after spending tht past three weeks at their cottage at Okoboji. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepppr and Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish were supper guests Thursday in West Bend at the home of Mr 's sister, Mr and Mrs Ernie Frieden. Mrs Naomie Marlow was a dinner guests Thursday in Burt at the Herman Madsel residence. Mr and Mrs Garry Drown and family of Cincinnati, Ohio spent, last week at the Jesse Blanchard Jr. home. He is her brother. Mr and Mrs James Walker and daughter, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and family were supper guests Sunday at the Rose Kraft hOTTK'. Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton, Steve and David were dinner guests on Wednesday in Algona at the James Walker home. Evelyn Earing and Ethel Mc- Chp.snry attended the funeral of Mrs Jennie Wansen at Rolfc last Monday afternoon. Janet Krueger arrived home Friday for the weekend at the parental A. A. Kruegc-r home. She came for the wedding of Diane Hovey. Mr and Mrs Woodrow Pettit and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Harlan Blanchard home. For supper they all and Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebartn enjoyed pot luck supper at the Blanchard home. Bernard Pettit returned home from Des Moines Veterans hospital on Friday. He will return Sept. 16th. Mr and Mrs Roland Baxter and family spent Sunday at Thursday, Sepf. 12, 1957 Algono (la.) Uppw 0** Osage at the Walter Rowcliff residence. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder and Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen attended a directors convention at. Vacation Village at Okoboji from Monday till Wednesday. Mrs Tom Thomsen, Sun Valley, Idaho, visited at the Thomson home on Thursday. She is a sister-in-law of Mr Thomsen. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer visited his mother, Mrs Sarah Fischer, a patient at Holy Family hospital at Estherville, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fritz Freyholtz and Jerry, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach spent last weekend at Fall Creek, Wis. at the home of Rev. and Mrs O. C. Oeisier, former minister here. Mr and Mrs Orville Kressin also visited there Sunday. Donna Blanchard, daughter of the Don Blanchards, left Sunday for Cedar Falls where she will attend school. Mrs Maude Blanchard entertained for supper, Saturday evening, Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard and family. Mrs Alfred Schultz, Todd, Debra and Tim spent from Friday till Sunday here, Mr Schultz and Qarry joined them Snturday evening. 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