The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 3
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BYnUTHSHIERK °*. _;; GUESTTS THIS weekend of Dr. Ind Mrs. A. J. Eason will be L iis brother and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Eason of Alton. tt* ft^* MR. AND MRS. Harry Green- •^erjg spent last weekend in Minn- I^apqlis where they visited a sister - : of Mrs. Greenberg and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L KENDRA SEELY, daughter of rilr, and Mrs, Kenneth Seely ;and a student at Northwest Mis- /souri State College at Maryville, .•flas been hospitalized at St. Fran$is hospital there following surgery last weekend. She was ^expected to be discharged from :,'the hospital Thursday. :T |. TOM HUTCHISON of Des iMoines spent the weekend in '•Algona. His mother, Mrs. Theo. .Hutchison, is visiting her daughter, Sue and family, Mr. and :Mrs. John Carroll in Calif., and plans on March 1 to cruise in _Ythe Pacific area, going to Hon: olulu, Singapore and other places of interest. ..." WORD WAS received by Mrs. -Anna Courtney that Mrs. Agnes ;McBride fell Monday last week J and broke her hip, which was '.pinned later. She is in St. Francis hospital, Waterloo. . NEXT PLAY of duplicate bridge will be Monday evening at >1-A5 at the American Legion :-hallv - : FLOYD HOLT spent three days '.here last week and was able to attend the funeral of his brother •in Humboldt. He has since returned to Veteran's hospital in Des Moines , where he has entered the surgery ward. -;. CLAY MOWERS, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mowers and a '-student at Drake University in "Des Moines, will arrive today "(Thurs.) and spend the weekend until Monday with his family, '•His guest will be another Drake student, Leslie Schwaegerle. JJW J* Vfi*» "!7* •""».> .^ <•,-•»' "-T» UCE-JSUNDET, son..of.Mr. " Mrs. Harold Suridet and a student at Luther College in De- 'c'orah, has spent the past two -weekends with his parents on •his interim vacation, Mr. and •Mrs. Sundet will leave tomorrow '(Fri.) to drive to San Antonio, .Jexas, where they will board an Excursion train for Mexico City. The trip for both was a prize .from Mid-West Life Insurance, and the couple-plan to be gone about two weeks. ;.;'• MRS. Kirk Hayes was hostess 'yesterday (Wed.) to members of Bel Canto music club. Co- hostess was Mrs. Richard Burt. Presenting the program on the life and music of Joan Baez, : American folk singer, were Mrs. Nat Bangs, Mrs. Floyd Holt and Mrs. George Sefrit. - MARY MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and a student at Drake University in Des Moines, will arrive tomorrow (Fri.) to spend the weekend with her parents. ;, DR. AND MRS, Melvin Bourne spent the weekend in Des Moines where the doctor attended a meeting. : MR. AND MRS. Wes Bartlett left by plane from Sioux Falls, So. Dak., Friday and spent the weekend in Phoenix, Ariz. During their absence, the mother : of Mrs, Bartlett, Mrs, W. A. foster, stayed with Brett Bart- J,etti Barbara Bartlett, daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett, .Js expected to arrive tomorrow :(Fri,) from Storm Lake, where she teaches and she will spend $he weekend with her parents, :.tyho returned from the south- .west Monday evening, : PATTY AND Betty Bray, stu- (fents at St. Catherine's in St. spent the weekend with parents, Dr, and Mrs.Dan- iel-'; Bray, Their guest was '$ ; r' >v ... /,•'-•• of Paris student at the college. Bray, student at St. John's gj CoUegeville, Minn., will arrive j^njorrow (Fri,) to spend the Weekend with his parents, Lr JOHN HAYES is spending four ijiyg this week in Lincoln, Nebr, 'where he is attending an jflsujrance meeting. -PATRICIA KEN YON, daughter <$ Mr. and Mrs, Les Kenyon g@d A student at Mankato College & Mankato, Minnesota, spent last her family here, DR. AND MRS. Harold Erickson spent last weekend in Minneapolis and visited her brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. 0. D. Anderson in Mankato on their return trip. MR. AND MRS. Alex Demand were visited Sunday by the latter's niece of Fort Dodge. MR. AND MRS. Gilbert Benschoter spent the weekend at Iowa Falls with friends. MRS. ALICE WILKINS took her sister Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew as far as Mankato one day last week and Mrs, Bartholomew went from there to Minneapolis for a visit with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, L. R. Crawford. THE LEAGUE OF Women Voters met last week with Mrs, Webb Fowler. The lesson topic was "Human Resources," THE YOUNG Republicans met Jan. 15 at Cunningham's in Burt. Mrs. Lena Belle Bach of Humboldt was guest speaker. MR. AND MRS, Louis Maharas have moved here from Sioux Falls, S. D. and are located at 208 1/2 East Call street. Mr. Maharas is employed at the Coast-To-Coast store, MR. AND MRS. Herbert Haas left Sunday for points in Arizona and will probably visit on the west coast before returning home. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Pool spent Tuesday here with friends. They recently moved to Renwick. MRS. MAX BAST had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe, Charles and Jane, Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS. W. Holldorf attended funeral services Monday at Fenton for Clyde Humphrey, 70. MR. AND MRS. W. Holldorf had as guests Sunday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Harlan Nelson, Estherville. MR. AND MRS, Al Agena spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with the latter's mother, Mrs. Dora Roh- wefj a resident of the Rotary Ann Rest Home, MRS. FLOYD HOLT is going to Des Moines Thursday to be with her husband who will have gall bladder surgery Friday at Veterans hospital. MRS. GERTRUDE Faulstick attended the funeral services at Burt for Dale Dundas, 60. His wife was with him most of the time and others who came to be with him were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulke, Granada, Minn,, Dr. and Mrs. Ross Dundas, California, and Mrs. Beulah Anderson, Rochester, Minn. They stayed with Mrs. Faulstick when not at the hospital. Algeria (la.) Upper Des Mo?nej-3 Tuetday, January 25, 1966 FRIENDS OF Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Linguist and family will be sorry to learn he has been given a leave of absence from the management of a Good Samaritan Nursing Home at osceola, Neb., and is in Mercy hospital, Mason City, undergoing treatment. He has been troubled «-<fh arthritis for some time. MRS. CHARLES Curtis, Burt, and her daughter, Audrey, Mrs. Dennis Johnson, Lincoln, Neb., were guests of Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick Thursday. Mr. Johnson has recently been released from the army. ROBERT BICKERT spent the weekend at Omaha with his sister, Ella, who is ailing. MR. AND MRS. Alec Reefer and Dianne spent the weekend at Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. John Lozana and little daughter. Mrs. Lozana is the former Donna Reefer. MR. AND MRS. Glenn Jones had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lett, Des Moines, and Mr, and Mrs. Harold Jones, Milford. They spent considerable time at the Good Samaritan Home with Mrs. Bessie Jones, mother of Mrs. Lett and Harold Jones. MR. AND MRS. Richard Helmers and family, Duncombe, were dinner guests Sunday of his mother Mrs. John Helmers. They were joined in the afternoon by her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen and Lynna and Larry, Fort Dodge. 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