The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 10, 1957
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f !*?!• Oe.) Upp»r Hit Mel** thmdfly Oet, Id, . AROUND ALGONA'' ft**. O. Leonard Nelson tpenJ Monday at Bosholm where he attended a Lutheran pastoral conference. Mft Ffred Corey has returned from Cedar Falls where she spent the summer months with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Everett Rekers. Mf ftftd Mrs Metle Pratt and tons of Cleat Lake *pent the weekend here with Mfs Pratt's mother and husband. Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. Mf and Mrs William Marshall are the parents of their third child, a son born September 22. He has been named Alan Du, Wayne and he has two sisters. Mrs Allen Buchanan and dau< ghter. Lynn weht to Atlantic Moriday and are spending the Week with Mrs Buchanan's parents. They plan to return Friday. Mrs G, C. Stewart is ai home after being & patient for several Weeks at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where she had surgery. She is coming along nicely. Mr and Mrs G. D. Stokes are leing visited by their daughter, Mrs James Emerson of North Pembroke, Mass. Mrs Emerson is the former Ruth Stokes and arrived here Saturday. The Big Six birthday club met Friday afternoon for a potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs C. L. Livingston. It was the hosU ess's birthday that was being celebrated. M* and Mrs Waller Schildtknecht, Jr. and their three children went to McGregor Friday to view the fall scenery along the Mississippi. They stayed over- Might at Prairie Du Chein, Wise, and returned home Saturday. The Men's Club of the Presbyterian church is having a pancake supper, Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the church. Del Clopton heads the committee in charge, John Grotte is chef and Beecher Lane Is in charge of ticket sales. Rev. James Boyd, new Congregational minister and his wife and family arrived here Saturday •from West Medway, Mass, and Ire living at the Cowan Court 'until their furniture arrives. Rev. Boyd preached his first sermon in the local church Sunday. The Boyd children at home are Barbara, in Junior High; Evelyn in ;€th grade and James,'Jr. in the ?8econd grade. Mr and Mrs R. I. Mawdsley had as their guests recently, Mr and Mrs Clifford (Doc) Corey of Richland, Wash. Mr Corey is a cousin of Mrs Mawdsley and is the son of the late Charlie Corey who lived at Wesley many years ago. Mr and Mts W, A. Foster and Mr and Mrs H. M. Hauberg spent from Sunday through Tuesday at Des Moines where they attended a savings and loan convention. Murray Mowers oi Algona was elected a state officer. Ruth Circle Of th« Presbyterian church met Tuesday evening with Mrs Merlon Baker. Assisting hostesstes were Mrs Joseph Skow and Mrs Glen Jones. Mrs Wilbur Reinders presented the program and Mfs Don Hemmingsen, the devotions. The morning kindergarten clasi at Bryant is having a pot-luck supper for their parents and brothers and sisters this evening, (Thursday) at the school, fhe afternoon class will have their party next Thursday evening. Mrs Charles MtVay is the Heach* er. Girl Scouts and Brownies have scheduled three potfluck dinners for Scouts a*hd parents this month in honor df the birthday of their founder, Juliette Lowe. The groups in grades 7 to 12 meet Monday evening, Oct. 14; the second and third grade Brownies, Oct. 21 and the fourth grade Brownies and the fifth and sixth .grade Scouts on October 28, at the high school annex. Glenn Strayer is again a patient at St. Mary's hospital at Rochester. He .was sufficiently improved last week to go to a rooming house and report each day to the hospital for treatment. He was to have returned home Friday, but he suffered a relapse Thursday evening. The son, Butch spent Monday with his father. Mrs Strayer returned to Algona to attend to business matters Tuesday and has since gone back to Rochetser. Cathleen Margaret and Christine Ann, twin daughters of Mr and Mrs W. A. Hall were baptized Sunday, Oct. 6 by Msgr. P. P. Gearen at St. Cecelia's church. Sponsors for Cathy were Mr and Mrs Eugene Hood and Christy's godparentg are Mr and Mrs Pat Cullen of Storm Lake. The ,HaJls entertained at dinner following the event. Other guests in addition to the sponsors Were Mr and Mrs Deb Hall and Maxine and Arnette Sweet. LuVerne By Mfs. F*rn A New Arrival Mr and Mrs Richard Gronbach became the parents of ati eight pound and nine ounce son born Thursday, Del. 4, at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. They have a daughter Vicki, one year old October 5. Mrs Gronbach is the former Roberta Cleveland, dau» ghtef of Mr afld Mrs Olaf Cleveland of Goldfield. Mf and Mrs Frank Grolibaeh of LuVerne are the paternal grandparents. J, J. Club Hottest Mrs William Goetsch was hostess to the J. J. Club at her farm hotne Friday afternoon, Oct. 4. The hostess showed slides of her time it Caffip Methodji, Lake Okoboji this summer, in a geography quiz, . Mrs Joseph Thorn was awarded a prize. Observe Birthday* Guests in the Edwin Marty home Sunday were their son, Mr and Mrs Eldon Marty |«d children of Waltham, Minn.,' also Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly, parents of Mrs Edwin Marty and their daughter Jahice Marty of A1- gofta. They/celebrated the birthday of Mr Kubly Oct. 7 and Mrs Eldon Marty, Oct. 11. Circle Me«tingt The circles of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday. Circle 1, the Mrs W? Raymond Legler home. Mrs Worthie Usher was-a guest. Devotions, Mrs Legler, lesson study, Mrs Alvin Weber. Mrs C. W. Bjustrom, chairman, con- i ducted the business. Circle 2, Ih the Mrs Jessie Sanford home, assisted by Mrs James Trauger. Guests .were Mrs W. Scdtt Robinson, Las Vfegas, Nevada, Mrs Wayne Sanford and Mrs Kate Barton. Devotions, Mrs Grover Rentz, lesson study, Mrs Edward Dehnert. Mrs Earl Manning, chairman, conducted the business. Circle 3, in the Mrs Percy Brink home. Devotions, Mrs Raymond Nelson; lesson study, Mrs Frances Shorey. Mrs Duane Neal, chairman, conducted the business. Born to Mr arid Mrs Jack Gifford a eight pound, one ounce son Danny Lee their first child Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the Dr. Bohnspn clinic at Hurt. Mrs Gifford is the former Aria Moore, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. L. Moore, Burt. Fred Tiede has returned from a two week's visit in Michigan with his children, Mr Tiede, 85 years of age, made thfe tri^ by.* air, flying out of Fort Dodge. ' Mrs Ray Stone and daughter Marcia were in Madison, Wis* Tuesday to Friday where Misi FARM HOUSE ATAUCT AT COURT ROOM IN ALGONA 16 p. m. SOLD SEPARATELY '- •"• ::; ',- ? - r -•••-•• I ..,-.. ': FARM 108.45 Acres TheNprtli '/? NQrthwest V A Sec. 1 in Whittemore Townshij) TJBRWS; 20% Down, Balance March 1, J958 *.March 1, 1958 HOUSE IN ALGONA 2 Stories-Seven Rooms Cornei- of mil fthd North Struts TlJBMS? 20% DowA. ftalartce on Pelivery of Abstract of Title. POSSESSION AT ONCE, L W, NITOHALS, Rtfirw Uuu i Lynob, AHys, f or Marcia went for a check-up fit th* University hospitals. The Ladies Aid Society rh«i in the Zion Lutheran tfitifffl Tharsday, Oct. 3, with MS Hef* man Schulz hostess. Quest* wetf Mrs Kate Sarton aftd MM IfHf Stille. Rev. Louis Witteftbuti led the devotional service. Rotlt- ine business was held and elec* tion of officers will be held at tht next meeting Nov. 7. Mrs Marry Stauffacher'was re* leased iiiiursday from the Merey hospital, Fort Dodge where she was a medical patient the past five weeks. She is much improv* ed. '' ? Quests in the Allyn feffftk home Tuesday to Sunday Were Mrs Brihk's sister-in-law, MrS Duane Hansen, Chris and Stacy, Minneapolis, Mr Duane Hanseh joined them Friday evening fts* the weekehd. -Sunday dinnfei guests in the Brink home weld their house gufets, their fathef Van Hanseft. LuVerne, their aft* ter, Mrs Dste Braynard Webstel 1 City and Mr 3 ahd Mfs Petey Brink» parents of Allyn Brink.' Mrs W. Scott Robinson, the former Marjorie Baker of La^ Vegas, Nevada visited the past week with her Brents, Mr and Mrs S. R. Baker jand other relai* ttvel; When sfl^feit 'Thursday evening for her home she was accompanied by her parents, Mr and Mrs Baker for an Indefinite visit. *\ . . •„ Mrs Anna Blunter attended ^a birthday party. In 'honor of Mrs Lydia Wetzel in her home in Algona Wednesdays ,v Mrs Anna BJumer accompanied her brother Mr and Mrs Ernest Kraft of Eagle Grove and Mrs Henry Kraft of Renwick to Aitkin, Minn., where they at* tended the funeral of their c6u- sin, Mrs Dora Handorf afternoon. They returned Sunday evening. ,Mrs Dale Braynard of Webster City spent the weekend with her father Van Hansen and her sister, the Allyn Brink family* Charles Loerwald. Sill lotift- sfetter and Kathy Boeltes, faftoa State teachers C611e|fe, C«8af Falls, spent tft« w§ek«ftd ttl th« parental Henry Loerwald, Ernelt Bonnstfetter and John Bockes" homes. Sandra Stripling, employed at the telephone exchange at Sp«ft' cer, spent the weekend With hef mother, Mrs Jessie Stripling ana children. Mf and Mrs Jttk Lewarne and Jane of Pott Dodge were Sunday visitors with her mother, Mrs Clara Rogers. Dr, and Mrs J.' fi. Shtiltz crt Pella visited his mother, Mfs Mary Shultz, Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Cyril Woodsefi Bl Eagle Grove, Accompanied tHeif daughtet, Mrs Kay Agard td Algona Saturday to attend thd County* Band Festival. Lifldd Agard is a member of the Lu- Verne High School Band, A.M.M. John ElbwtS, Norfork, Virginia, has arrived at the horns of his parents, the August Elberts family, John has now completed his service in the navy and has his discharge. Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman, Mr and Mrs Bernard Wolf were Sunday dinner guests in the Mrs Elizabeth Klassie home, Ren- Ivick honoring her niece, Mr and Mrs Carl Bringelson, Armour, South Dakota, visiting here. Mr and Mrs Ray Stone have word that their son Ronald Stone, a freshman at Iowa State College, Ames, is now a member of the college band. Keith Kubly, Iowa State College, spent the weekend in the parental Elmer Kubly home. Everett Schipull was released Saturday from Mercy hospital, Mason Citv, where he wits a medical and surgical patient following his father's accident Sept. M. * „ fueiaay* (M L Mrs WMast oditsdi eetebffcted her biHfilif» Stfestt rf tm home to wire Mr atd Mrt Carl Mf iflfl MM fiiane L WWdd, Alton*; Mf aftd Mrs tiOetsch and Darlene, Mr and Mrs Al Smith and daughters. ^r^^^sw ^^^^T^^w^*i^B»^^W^^^P Irvington M. Hayti DaVis and Harvey .Peglow, students It Gedaf Faltt, Were home ovtf the weekend. Mrs Joe Bird and children left L.B.BOHANNON II a fire or other disaster closes my tiore, will this new .Earn* ififft Insurance pay my op**a». H»9 expenses, payroll, ia*«i* interest and net profit? DOM your agency handle this earn* ing» Insurance which requires no lengthy form of business statistics? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone CY4- 4443. 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