The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 8
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S-Algona fte.l Upj»»f Pts Molfttt tfrupdcty, Ocf. 24, LOCALS Mr and Mrs L. R. Walker are mi'vinc 'h>- \vr<--k in'o their new hfvnr nri >>nit'i Ri:icHv street. Mrs Alice Ditsworth is being visited by her datiichti r. M;> Charics l.yk'iK Slid s.'ns Paul anti Lff > ! K;'ili<pc'. Mont Mrs Emma Dehnert had as guests, Tuesday Mrs Roy Jensen of Ijonr Rock. Mis Ed Hauptman of Cor\vi;h and Leon Dehnert ol LuYc'rr.i , M;nn. Mr end Mrs W. C. McDougall and Mr-- Either Helberg spent Sunday at Salix with A. L. Brown, former extension director here seveyp.1 years ago. David Shipley left Algona Saturday for Cleveland, Ohio. where lie \vill attend a two-week S h e r w i n-\Vi!!iams manage; in! training program. Harvey Steven who attends the Northwestern School at Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven. Mr and Mrs Mark Moothari of Ames visited at the home of Mr and Mrs John Kohlhaas on Sunday. Mrs Moothart and Mrs Kohlhaas are cousins. Mr. and Mrs Bob Chambers, Pamona, Calif., are the parents of a baby girl born Oct. 1. The baby weighed 6 Ibs. 12 oz. and has been named Debra Jean. The Chambers also have two sons, Dick and Don. Our Halloween Treats make for festive parties! What's Halloween without a party? Make yours a success with our Halloween Treats. Witches and cats festoon cakes, cookies, cupcakes and pumpkin pies. And orange and chocolate frosted donuts all help make it an occasion 1 P.S.: The little goblins asking for "Tricks or Treats" would love you dearly for a cookie, cupcake sr donutl Stop in soon to fill your Halloween needs. And Nothing Is Better With Cake Than ICECREAM Try our homemade ice cream today. Get some more for the party. You'll find you like our everyday prices. FINN'S BAKERY Mr and Mr* Larry Leaneagh are parents of a 8 Ib. 3*4 oz. daughter born Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 22 at St. Ann hospital. The Leaneaghs also have a son, Robbie. the Goodwill truck will be in Algona Oct. 29 and anyone having articles to donate arc asked to bring them to the home of Mrs Will Runche. 819 S. Minn. St. on Oct. 28. Mr and Mrs Don Spark* have been visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernie Mains and three months old son John of Madison, Wis., who were here from Friday till Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ray Cook attended the silver wedding anniversary of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Harold Walker at Delavan, Minn., a week ago Sunday. Mr end Mrs Sam Medin, former residents here, are at present at Whittemore with a son Russell and family. They plan to spend the winter at Pipestone, Minn., with Mrs Kate Bedell, an aunt of Mrs Medin. The meeting of the Bel Canto Club has been postponed till Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 30. Helena Dodds will be hostess, the program will be given by Pat Chrischilles and Paulette Bradley . Mr and Mrs Roy Hutiell spent Sunday at Adel with the former's mother, Mrs Daisy Hutzell who was observing her 82nd birthday. The Lawrence Hutzells were not in attendance as the son Larry was sick with flu. Mr and Mrs- Henry Douglas have been visited by the former's brother-in-law and sister, the Archie Gibbs of Iowa City. From here they went to Goshen, Ind., to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fernley Runchoy. Algona's Mayor • C. C. Shierk and Mrs "Shierk attended a celebration, held . In observance, of installation of new street lights at Osage and a meeting of the Palo Alto Farm Bureau organization at Emmetsburg during •the weekend. >Mrs Margaret Reese and Josie McEvoy spent the weekend in Omaha visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs H. V. Parle and family. Their son, Father Richard is a nephew of Josie's and is to leave soon for Korea where he will begin his life as a priest of the Columban Fathers. Mrs Esther Benson and Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe accompanied Mrs Myrtle Brass and children Mary Jane and Donnie of Britt to EstherVille Sunday where they visited Mrs Lois Lamb. Mrs Lamb is an aunt of Mrs Brass and a sister-in-law of the other women. Mr and Mrs G. D. Brundage have returned to their home at Little Rock, Ark., after visiting friends here and attending the Diamond jubilee of the First Lutheran church. They are' former well known residents here and Mr Brundage was employed in the State liquor store. Mrs Hazel Lusby, Mrs Elizabeth Post and Evelyn Cady returned Tuesday evening from Davenport where they had visited since Friday with Mr and Mrs A. L. Long. .They went via Dubuque and Clinton and at Dubuque called briefly on the Rev. and Mrs Robert Hblzham- mer. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey were visited a week by their son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Ward Graham and grandson Kirk White of Clayton, New Mex. They were joined here bv Mrs C. N. Aalfs of Sioux City for the week. Mr Aalfs came for the weekend to attend the Gardner family reunion Sunday at Good Hope. Mr and Mrs John Kohlhaas were visited for a week by Mrs Kohlhaas' sister and husband Mr and Mrs Louis E. Bell oi Merced. Cal. The Bells left to go to Va. to visit a nephew who is in the Navy, then to Fla. to see another nephew who is in the, Air Corps, and to Corpus Christi, Tex. to visit Dr. John Kohlhaas and family. Mr and Mrs Carl Weishaar and daughter, Mary Ann of Ottawa Li. spent a recent weekend visiting Carl's brother Edwin, who is a patient at Mercy Hos pital, Fort Dodge, and his par ents, Mr and Mrs Albert Weishaar. They report that Ed is allowed to be up about one hour each day and getyng along as we" as can be expected. Mrs James Allen entertained her breakfast club members last week Wednesday morning. Others who belong and were in attendance were Mrs Henry Douglas, Mrs Henry Furst, Mrs Ralph Morgan, Mrs Charles Murphy, Mrs Melvin Olson, Mrs Ralph Valen- Better hop to it! 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