The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 8, 1966
Page 11
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MRS. LAWRENCE Gillespie went to Mason City one day last week to see her sister, Mrs. Phil Puffer of Corwith, who recently had major surgery at Mercy hospital. MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst spent Jan. 30 at Humboldt with their son Richard and family. A RESTAURANT equipment and foods show Is being held Feb. 6 and 7. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst, who have the Dairy Creme business here, -attended the show which was held at Sioux Falls, S. D. MRS. ESTHER Barton had her nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Cook, Webb, as dinner guests Sunday. MR. AND MRS. Barley Hanson and children went to see Mrs. Otto Hanson of Roland, who had a slight stroke recently. She is in the hospital at Story City. Mrs. Hanson is employed at the Good Samaritan Home. MR. AND MRS. William Geering have been visited by their granddaughter, Mary Ann Black, during her semester break. She is a student at Bethel College, St. Paul, Minn. MRS. EMMA Boettcher accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boettcher, Fenton, to Austin, Minn. Tuesday where they visited relatives. BOB Goecke is now in the navy and located at San Francisco, Cal. John is in the air force and stationed at Amarillo, Tex. He reports it has been 6 below zero there. Margaret and her husband, Jerry Dunbar, are at Durango, Colo. He is attending college and she is nursing. All are children of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goecke. BERNARD and Vincent, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke, have returned to college after their semester breaks. Bernard is a student at Maryville, Mo. and Vincent goes to Junior College at Mason City. CLARENCE Fraser has returned from a visitatDesMolnes with his son, Dick and family, then to Olathe, Kan. for a visit with another son, James. After his return from there he went to Sherburn, Minn, to see his brother, Arthur Fraser. MR. AND MRS. Wendell Feaster were accompanied by Mrs. W. A. Hardy to Rochester, Minn, last Sunday. TheFeasters visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Sigsbee, and Mrs. Hardy spent the time with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Lundquist. DICK FEASTER is now attending Junior College at Mason City. MR. AND MRS, Ray Beamish are expected home in the near future from Fort Worth, Tex, where they visited Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Beamish and family and at Dallas with Mr, and Mrs, Don French and family, THE "IDLE Hour" bridge club will meet Feb. 9 with Mrs, Delia MeCuWough, MRS. CARRIE Kunkel entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. The club will meet this Wednesday with Mrs. Elmer Kelley. MRS. ELIZABETH Post is entertaining her 500 Club Wednesday evening. KATHLEEN Griffin came from Garner Sunday to spend the day with her mother Mrs. Mel Griffin. Kathleen is a teacher in the Garner school system. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Newville have been dismissed from St. Ann hospital and last Monday went to Sexton where they are with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings. ROGER Ferris, student at the University at Ames, spent his semester break with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ferris. The daughter, Patricia, who has been associated with the Annie Wittenmeyer home at Davenport, is now employed in a welfare home at Racine, Wis. MRS. CLAUDE Samson and her daughter, Mrs. Victor Parsons, went to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. a few weeks ago to visit Mr. and Mrs. Victor Samson. Mrs. Samson Sr. was taken sick and hospitalized, but it is expected she will be dismissed before too long and she and Mrs. Parsons will then return home* REV. AND MRS. Frank Harcey returned last Sunday from Lacrosse, Wls. where they had taken their daughter Karen, who attends the University there and had been home on a semester break. This Is her senior year and she is taking a course in social service. Enroute home they stopped in Houston, Minn, for a visit with Mrs. Harcey's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. Orr. MRS. LLOYD Haubach has returned from University hospital, Iowa City, where she had major surgery. She is now at the Heritage Home, Bancroft. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Hutzell have moved into the apartment recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. William Coan. MR. AND MRS. Charles Fox were at Sheldon recently to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Campbell, and help celebrate the second birthday of the Campbell's daughter, Kitty. Mrs. Fox and son Tom have returned from Topeka, Kan. where they visited Mrs. Fox's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Van Allen and family. MRS. JEAN Wadsworth has been dismissed from St.- Ann hospital where she was a medical patient several days. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Geilenfeld took their daughter Algona, (10.) Uppw B«* tfa\tm Tuesday, February 8, 1966 Don't let soil insects cut your corn yield Read how to control all 20 corn soil insects with aldrin or Aldrex® soil insecticide In resistant corn rootworm areas: Use Aldrex. In addition to all three rootworrns (western, northern and southern) Aldrex prevents damage by cutworms, wireworms, white grubs and Bother pests. In non-resistant areas; Use economical aldrin, the soil insecticide that has increased corn yield by an average of 10 bushels per acre for the past 15 years. Controls all major soil pests. Get full information on how to turn soil insect problems into profit at the Corn-Soybean Clinic Wednesday, Feb. 9 Hall V.F.W, Hall Town Algona, Iowa jane back to Iowa City last week following her semester break. This Is her first year at the University* They were aecom* panied home by jerry Downey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downey, who will now enter government work. After three months of orientation there he will be placed at a location which will later be revealed. MR. AND MRS. Glen Graham bad as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Emmert of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Christie Olson, of Blooming Prairie, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 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