The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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Thursday, Nov. 7, 1957 Algeria (Id.) Upper DM Mo!n«»-3 LOCALS , daughter of Mt and Mrs John Qisch, visited friends at Fort Dodge last week. Mrs Be*! Potttt fell in h home a few days ago and broke an arm. She is hospitalized at St. Ann hospital. Mt and M» W. Sullitan tpsni the weekend at Minneapolis, with their daughter; Sheila who is teaching there. Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnke te- cently visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Harold Behnke at Sac City. Mt and Mtg Max Bafti spenl Friday at Emmetsburg with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Burton Varcoe. Mr and Mts John Rich tp«ni Sunday at firnrnons, Minn., with the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ethan Light. Mrs Coleen Banff and Mr and Mrs Gene Hood were visited Sunday by the parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hood of Fort Dodge. Joseph Sabo of Chicago, 111. spent a week at the home of Mr and Mrs Jack Purcell. The Purcells will attend the wedding of Mrs Jack Purcell's brother at Hartford, S. D. this Friday evening. Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann and het daughter Helen, Mrs Clinton Godden were at Rochester, Minn., while the other daugher Diane Kuhlmann was under treatment for a rare skin ailment. Diane is much improved and accompanied them home recently. She will return there Nov. 16 for a checkup. Mrs Harry Skogsirom and little son Tommy were brought home last week from Iowa City by the son Clifford. Tommy has been a patient at University hospital and for a time was critically sick. His ailment is an allergy and though he is much improved, he will have periodic checks-up at the hospital. Mr and Mrs Fern Young and Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover were visited recently by Mr and Mrs Archie Struthers, Karen and Kathy of Oakdale who also visited the Dean Andrews and Howard Andrews families at Titonka. They brought with them Cleve Barton who had been'at the University hospital, Iowa City for a check-up. Among those who plan to attend the Iowa-Minnesota football game at Iowa City Saturday are Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bohannon, Mr and Mrs Robert Dewel, Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg, Mr and Mrs "Dutch" HiAisbruch, Mr and Mrs James MilcTer, "Mr and Mrs Jim Merryman, Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton, Mr and Mrs Dick Post, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith, Mrs Coleen Barry and Mrs Marian LaBarre. Mrs D«ha Boecktlman recently visited her sister-in-law, Mrs Margaret Boeckelman at Titonka. Mrs Frank Youngwirth and Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann spent Friday and Saturday at Des Moines and Stanhope with friends. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrolt and family spent the weekend at Mystic with 'Jie letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Porter. Mr and Mrs Ed Cook hate had the former's mother, Mrs Leota Keffe of Perry as guesft the past several days. She has returned home. Mt and Mrs John Schimtnel were visited recently by their granddaughter Joyce Jones, daughter of Mr and Mrs Daryl Jones of Spencer. Mrs George M. Johnson and Mrs Andrew Hansen spent last week Wednesday at Fenton with Mrs L. T. Weisbrod and Mrs H. E. Reimers. Mrs Mary Slainbrook has had as guest the past two weeks her s'ister-in-law, Mrs Lucy Stott who has concluded the visit and returned home. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen and Mrs Mabel Paxson and son Charles spent the weekend at Ireton with Mrs Hansen's brother- in-law and sister. Cleve Barton was at Iowa City last week for his perodic checkup. He is troubled with hardening of the arteries and is forbidden to walk much. Marvin Grisham, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Grisham, has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital where he had been taken for treatment of flu and pneumonia. Mrs Alice Ditsworth has been visited the past three weeks by her daughter, Mrs Charles Lykins and sons Paul and Lee of Kalispell, Mont. They concluded the visit Thursday and returnee home. Mr and Mrs August Schmid have received word from the latter's son, Pfc. Eldon Moore, that he will leave Orleans, France about December 1 and will be released from service. It is expected he will reach home foi Christmas. Mrs Lloyd Pool has returned from Tulsa, Okja., where she had been with a son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs James Newell to whom a son was born recently. He was named David Lawrence. Another child in the family is Thomas Eugene. L)r. and Mrs M. G. Bourne and daughter Barbara spent the weekend at Des Moines with the other daughter Julia who is enrolled at the university. They attended the homecoming festi vities and the football game. Bar bara, who attends Carleton Col lege, Northfield, Minn., was able to be with the family as students at the college had, because of the flu epidemic, been asked to spend the weekend at home. JACKETS OVERSHOES & ALL COLD - WEATHER NEEDS AT DIAMOND'S will your cattle «• have to drink cold water* •M this winter? 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