The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1960
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Tuesday, June 7, I960 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molnei-7 Class Of 1932 Has Reunion Sunday, Lakota Lakola — Sunday afternoon nncl evening the following intended a V'" sns i-ounion for- the class 'of 1932: Mr and Mrs Raymond Hert- ZKO, Mr and Mrs Elmor Junkermeier. Mrs Lawrence Mayno of I.otie Bench, California; Mrs Howard Jensen of Brandon, Wise., Mr and Mrs Elgar Lackore and family of St. Louis, Mo., Mr and Mrs Elmer Zielske and Susan of Gukeen, Minn., the Jerry Barnes family of Blue Earth, Minn., the John Krammersmeiers of Ledyard. A pot luck supper was served and general visiting throughout the afternoon and evening. From the class of 13, nine were present. Three could not come and one was killed in an automobile accident live years ago. Plans were made to hold another reunion in'two years and then to hold a reunion every five years from then on. the two families visited at the Henry Blome home in Elmore, honoring Mrs Blome on a birthday. Mr find Mrs Don Christ left Sunday for a vksit with IHT parents, the Eugene Leonards at Wood River, .Neb. Wednesday they attended' the wedding of her brother, Larry Leonard at Grand Isl.and, Neb. Mrs Helen Swalve and daughter, Jennie and family of SI. Paul, Mrs A. K. Fcdge and Allen, and Avis of Ackley, Iowa and Lt. 3. G. David Darnaucr of Hawaii were Memorial Day callers at the C. C. Gerxema home. Mr and Mrs Eugene Kessel are the parents of their first child, a .daughter, 6 pounds, 2 ounces, born at. the Blue Earth community hospital May 29. Mr and Mrs Robert IlamiHon, Mark and Brian spent the long weekend at their cottage on the Mississippi River. Mr and Mrs Russell TePaske and family of Humboldt, the Burdetle Hoeppner family and the Rev. Kruse family enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Vernon Smith home on Sunday. Nelson Reunion A Nelson family reunion was held Sunday at the Virgil Walls home at Blue Earth. A aicnic dinner was held honoring Allen Nelson, son of the Albin Nelsons of Buffalo Center, who is leaving for the U.S. Marine base at San Diego, Cal. next week. Attending from this area were the Alfred Christ family, Mrs Signc Nelson and Linda Spear, the Albin Nelson family of Buffalo Center, the Glen Wells family of Blue Earth and the Vern Wells family of Grand Forks, N. D., the Raymond Nelson family of Waterloo. Marlene Christ and Louis Bishop of Cedar Rapids. B'rthdav Club The Birthday club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs Lena Schwarx. Guests were Mrs Fred Christ, Mrs Marv Telkamp, Mrs Signe Nelson, Mrs Harry Roseneau, Mrs W. A. Nitz. Mrs Richard Zielske, Mrs Henry Blome, Mrs Rufus Olthoff, Mrs Henry Olthoff, Mrs Irvcn Sch- waiv., Mrs George Heycs, Mrs Adolph Poppe and Miss Hanna Hec'tland. Canasta was played at three tables and lunch was served by the hostess. BURT By Mrs Al Hinckley Larry Geiv.ema of Helena arrived at the parental C. C. Ger- zerna home Saturday. Those from Lakota who attended funeral services for Mrs Herman Mclz, held at Blue Earth Friday afternoon, were.the William Griese family, Earnest Heidecker family, Mr and Mrs Paul Hertzke, Mr and Mrs John Fuvst, LaVernc Edwards family, Alfred, August, William and Lucy Melz. Henry Bocttchcr, Leonard Christ and Leonard Wienkauff. Thursday, Lakota Garden club members planted flowers in the triangular islands at the junction north of town. Members who participated were Vcra Huetlnor, Mrs W. C. Vodraska, Mrs Fred Bauman and Mrs John Griese. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Hiprjen arrived at the parental William Hippc-n home Tuesday following his discharge from the air force. Scoutmaster Gottlieb Rieffer, Scouts Paul Krusc, Bruce Meurer and guest, Kieth Stiles, Eugene Paulson, Gary Anderson, Arden Huus, Virgil Lewis, enjoyed an overnight camping trip to Pilot Knob State Park, Forest . City, Sunday evening. . The Good Will Truck will be in Lakota Thursday, June 9. Please leave items at the home of Mrs Henry Mitchell. Mr A. C. Klocke underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital in Mason City on Tuesday. "Tir and Mrs Lawrence Nitz and Peggy Sue of Brandon, Wise., visited Sunday at the parental L. A. Nitz home. In the afternoon, Dr. and Mrs M. I. Lichter, Ray and Tommy accompanied by the daughter Lois of Mason City, at- tf'nded graduation exercises at the Waverly high school Monday ev- c-mng. Dr. Lichtcr's niece, Rachel Berry was one of the graduates. Mr and Mrs Summer Parsons and Barbora spent Saturday at Rochester where Mrs Parsons sought medical treatment of an ear infection. Fred Hilton and son Gerald, Harley Hanson, Howard Batt and Clifford Abbas left Monday afternoon for Norway Lake, near Brainerd, Minn., where they will enjoy several days of fishing. Mrs Don Mitchell, Judy and Jane, spent Monday at Fort Dodge. Guests at the Harley Hanson home on Sunday in honor of the 5th birthday of David were his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Otto Hanson, Roland, and Jim Hanson, Holland, Mrs Ellen Ruen and Norman Hanson of Decorah. Mr and Mrs Harley Hanson and family attended graduation exercises at Luther College, Decorah, May 29. Mr Hanson's brother, Norman, is a,member of tl\e graduating class, with a B. S. degree in science. He will teach chemistry at Blooming Prairie, Minn, next year. Duane Hinklcy visited from Monday through Saturday with Dale Castor at the Bussell Castor home in Sutherland. Grover Giddings, Perry Steward, Eugene Bahling, Boyd Sbipler, Carilyn and Marilyn Hinckley, and Judy O'Brien attended the graduation exercises of u former classmate, Hadley Castor, at Sutherland Wednesday evening. Rachellc Andrews, who teaches math at Cresco, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews. Guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs M. I. Lichter Sunday were Ann Lichter, St. Paul, Mr and Mrs W. 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