The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 11
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HOSPITAL NEWS Feb. 8 - Admitted: Baby I strohman, Algona, boarder; Anna Besch, Whittemore, accident; William Ludwig, Algona, accident; Joe Rapp, Bancroft, medical; Cora Cooper, Algona, medical; birth: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dogotch, Whittemore, girl; dismissed: Mrs. LeRoy Strohman, Algona; Herman Wichtendahl, Whittemore. Feb. 9 - Admitted: Oliver Young, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Caroline Wesselman, Algona, medical; Lyle Riedinger, Algona, head injury; William Burnett, Algona, medical; Mildred Butzke, Whittemore, surgery; dismissed: Earl Elbert and Daniel Webb, both Algona. Feb. 10 - Dismissed: Mrs. Marian Youngwirth and baby, Corwith; Sister Mary Rose, Algona; Mrs. Mary Hartwell, Lone Rock. Feb. 11 - Admitted: Raymond Reid, Algona, medical; Ray Johnson, Algona, T & A; Matt Weydert, Algona, surgery; Louis Heinen, Algona, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. Mildred Butzke, Whittemore; Mrs. Agnes Kisch, Algona; Baby Strohman, Algona; Mrs. Anna May Besch, Whittemore. Feb. 12 - Admitted: William Meyer, Jr., Whittemore, accident; baby Corrinne Dogotch, Whittemore, boarder; dismissed: Mrs. Loretta Buscher, Algona; Mrs. Frank Dogotch, Whittemore; Marvin Loebach, Whittemore; Oliver Young, Algona. Feb. 13 - Admitted and transferred to a Mason City hospital: Bernard Yeoman, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Joe Rapp, Bancroft. Feb. 14 - Admitted: Ruth We- ber, Whittemore, medical; Donal Sparks, Algona, surgery; Thomas Erpelding, Burt, surgery; Paul Bormann, LuVerne, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. Barbara Baer and baby, Algona; Ray Johnson and Louis Heinen, both Algona; Mrs. Ann Kressin, Fenton; Mrs. Caroline Wesselman, Algona. Feb. 15 - Admitted: Mrs. Elizabeth Elbert, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Baby Corrinne Dogotch, Whittemore; Raymond Reid and William Ludwig, both Algona. Miss Curtis, Hurt, Weds SISTERS GRADUATE Mary Kay Cook and Lois Cook Bendixen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Alvine Cook of Terril, received their degrees at commencement at the University of Iowa, The planet Mercury has a diameter of 3,100 miles. COMING TO YOUR FAVORITE LOUNGE THIS FRIDAY & SATURDAY SAMMY JON AND THE NOMADS ENTERTAINMENT STARTS AT 8:30 P. M. The PINE ROOM the March It meeting. Hostesses for thn meeting will be Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mrs. Everett Thompson and Mrs. Marion Hurt. Mrs. William Mather will lie in charge of the program. Betty Herzog and Rita Johnson of Minneapolis visited last weekend at the parental Harold Herzog home. The annual Blno and Gold pot Thursday, feb. 18, 1965 Algono, (la.) Upp«r D«* MoinM-11 BURT - Audrey Curtis, Hurt, became the bride of Dennis A. Johnson, Lincoln, Nebr., in a candlelight ceremony at the Burt Methodist church, Jan. 23. Rev. / Price ^ (Busting ^^i WHITE ENAMEL ___*• —^si^^l .. "L^- U. S. MAP WASTE BASKETS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PAINT 1.00« I Record Cabinets j VANITY Lamp Set (BLONDE) REG. $18.95 Reg. $12.95 1 0 STEP Coffee Tables '3.98 Toasfmasfer HUMIDIFIER With Heating Element 79.95 M>' n" 1 t 8 PIECE j ^^OC DINETTE SETS 69 DBft *i 10 05 __ ALL REDUCED! ^F 4T REG. tl 19.95 - All REDUCED I MANY, MANY MORE SPECIALS THROUGHOUT THE STORE T9 ED WOLF, Owner ALGONA luck cupper for Cub Scouts and members of their families will be held at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church, Feb. 24. The truck from the Goodwill Industries will l>e in Ledyard on Feb. 22. Stops will be made at both the Methodist and E. and R. churches. Articles for pick up should be at the churches by 9 that morning. Mexico has 31,000 miles of all-weather roads. There are 58 counties in California. Merlin C. Davies officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, Charles Curtis, was attired in a princess style gown of white brocaded satin. Her chapel veil was held in place by a circlet of flowers. Matron of honor was Marlys Curtis and Clifford Curtis attended the groom. GwenythTee- ter presided at the organ and accompanied Jearleen Conard and Jane Barslou who sang. A reception was held in the church fellowship hall immediately following the ceremony, with 75 guests attending. Marsha Curtis presided at the guest book. In charge of gifts were Beverly Curtis and PatriciaGroen. Hostesses were Mesdames Harm Groen, Muriel Ackerman, Melvin Haase and Clarence Diers. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis, is a graduate of Burt high school and has served as a nurses aid at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. The groom also graduated from Burt high school and is with the U. S. Air Force at Lincoln, where the couple are at home. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Former Ledyard Man Passes At Mason City LEDYARD - Funeral services for Francis S. Walsh, 58, Mason City, former Ledyard resident, were held at Mason City, Saturday. He died suddenly Wednesday at his home. He had been a resident of Mason City since 1950. He was born Feb. 23, 1906, at Wykoff, Minn., to James and Catherine Ralph Walsh. He was married to Anna Clemens, June 19, 1933, at Rochester, Minn., who with three sons, Joseph of Mason City, James, St. Paul, and Leonard of Albuquerque, New Mexico, survive, along with seven grandchildren. Also surviving are two sisters and two brothers, -o- TO FESTIVAL Thirty - one grade school students will take part in the Mason City Festival, Saturday. Students taking part will be Cynthia Klinksiek, Mardelle Griese, Martha Wallentine, Marvel Orvick, Patsy Thompson, Kathy Hurlburt, Susan Busch, Sandy Warner, Nancy Thompson, Debbie Ingebritson, Jacklyn Busch, Bob Gilbertson, Gail Dontje, Pam Klinksiek, Chuck Udstuen, Derwin Lemke, Douglas Blome, Kathy Reese, John Koppen, Craig Klocke, Jill Bauman, Carla Engelby, Jolayne Griese, Linda Haag, Karma Engelbarts, Denise Klinksiek, Glenn Peterson, Donald Reese, Brian Munyer, Alan Inglett and Terry Blome. -o- Mrs. Eunice Dyer left Friday for Bancroft, where she is again residing at the Heritage Home. Aubrey Waterhouse returned home Monday, following a week at St. Joseph's hospital in Mankato. Max Nitz is a patient at the Blue Earth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Junkermeier are parents of a daughter born at Blue Earth hospital, Feb. 12. She weighed 7 Ibs., 1 oz., and will be called Kelly Kaye. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentine and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier. W, S. C. 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