The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 2, 1960
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. B-Alg«5na (la,) Upper DM Molnw fusiclay, Aog. J, 1966 ' Mr and Mrs Mike Arend have had as guest their granddaughter Pauiette Arend, Hurt. Jfdhn Phillips is spending the week at the CJkobojis with the Arnie Ricklefs family. . Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid spent • last' Week at Spirit Lake with Mr 'and Mrs Kenneth Per, - 'rival.' .. '-;•-,' Mrs Addle Livingston, housekeeper-companion of Matt Hilbert, is visiting relatives at Council Bluffs. ' Mr and Mrs E. M, Richardson were dinner guests Sunday of • Mr and Mrs Walter Jacobson at Fort Dodge. , . Mr and Mi'« Jurnos '"'111 wo.,, • visited last weekend by the fo» :mer's parents, Mr and Mrs Wal- 'ter Will, Sibley. . Mrs Clarence Mdrrall is beinf • visited by Mr nncl Mrs Harol;' Le Vier, Torrence, Calif., form- ,erly of.Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Pat Deeming hac as guests' Wednesday Mrs Rose Namer, Pearl Namer and Rev. Francis Illg, Ogden. Mr and Mrs Norman Hanevick and son of St. Paul were weekend guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz. Mrs Laura Gibbons, mother of Mrs Orlan Ott, concluded her visit here and returned Sunday to hor home at Montgomery, Ala Mr and Mrs Dean Parrott and Marne returned Friday from Iowa City where Marne had eye sur gery. She is recovering rapidly. Mrs A. Dt Lehman .was visiied last week by Mr and Mrs I)or> West, Des Moines, and her granddaughter, Judy Lehman, Cedar Rapids. Mr 'and Mrs Lawrence Riede) attended the bee keepers' picnic Sunday,at the farm home of the •former's parents, Mr and Mrs W. H. Riedel at Hurt. Mrs Cora Bacon and Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson had as guests recently Mrs Hattie Bacon and niece Mrs Mabel Harrison and ton William, Grmnell. Mrs jMary Olson returned Monday from a trip started July 7 with her aunt Mrs Margaret Ocker, Freeport, 111. At Hermls (ton, Ore., they visited ,Mr ana Mrs Harry Link and Mr and Mrs Harvey Bruce. At Randall, Wash.; they visited Mr and Mrs George : Abels ,and at -Vancouver Mr and Mrs Duane Abels. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith have received word from Mr and Mrs Elvin Moore that they have been transferred from Greene back to Muscatine, having movefl Thursday. Mrs Roscae Mawdsley has returned from Des Moines where she was guest of Mrs Thomas O'Haire. Mrs Mawdsley also visited Mr and Mrs James Doug-- herty who are leaving soon for Frankfurt, Germany where the former will teacu. Mrs O'Haire is the former Eugenia Rist and Mrs Dougherty is the former Ruth Dickinson, daughters of prominent Algonans of some time ago. Another visit was made by Mrs Mawdsley with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Art Corey. Enroute home she stopped at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, and spent some time with Ella Thompson and also visited with Mrs Laura Smith. Beisy Qroen, uaughter of Mr and Mrs Richard . Groen, spent most of last week at Burt with Kathy Trunkhill. Mrs Harold Roth spent a day last week at Whittemore with Mrs Henry Haag, who was convalescing from sickness. Mr >and Mrs T, R. Price, Louisville, Ky., son of me late Dora Price, Algona, were visitors in the home of ' Mrs Cora Martin here last week , ' Mrs Emily Rmggenberg has returned from a visit from Thursday till Sunday at Blue Earth Minn., with her parents, Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle. Holers'! Mawdsley, daurjMer 01 Roscoe Mawdsley. came Friday from Newton and, is snending several days here. She Will again teach at Newton in t';e fall. Mr and Mrs Louis Schumacher had as weekend guests their daughter. Judy, who is attending the Me'rcy hospital school of nursing, and Jack Higgins, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson are expecting Mr and Mrs James Hudson, Ventura, Calif., for a visit very soori. They will also visit the parent*,- Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson, Fenton. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley took their son David and Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt and their son Duane and Mike Missal to Cherokee^ week ago Saturday to attend the. Boy Scouts Jamboree. Mrs Marie Hawcoii and he- brother and sister' Lee and Bess Hopkins had Mr and Mrs J. H. Bailey, Mason City, as guests Sunday. Miss Hopkins returned home with them iqr a few days visit. Rose and Christine Arend have returned from a two-week vacation spent at Remsen visiting their sister, Mrs Mary Nilles, and other relatives. Mrs Nilles came back with them for a short visit. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn and son Mark are going to Chil- locothe, Mo., next weekend and will visit the Howard Haas family. They will attend major lea- eue ball games Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Robert Heilly have been visited the past week and a half by Mr and Mrs Eugene Simpson and sons Chris and Jeff w'fio' concluded the visit Monday and returned to their homei at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs James Pentecost had as guests one day last week Mr and Mrs Harry Weiland, Clear Lake. She also had as guests Mr and Mrs Raymond Blanchard, Waterloo, who also called on Mrs Lulu Hartshorn and Genevieve. Dr. and Mrs L. R. Potter spent Saturday and Sunday at Nevada with Mr and Mrs James Potter. They brought home with them the daughter Jane who spent the week here and was met here Sunday by her parents and taken home Jack I verso", Des Moines, former Algonan, called on Lee Hopkins, Bess Hopkins and Mrs Marie Hawcott one day last week en route to the Dakotas. His wife will bo remembered as Nora Carpenter who was employed here several years ago. Mf and Mi« William. Punk, their grandson Mike Weavef, who is visiting them and whose home is at Lyrin, Mass., Mf and Mi's Duane ftiley and son Dovicf; Mf and Mrs Carl Goetsch and Dick Riley spent the weekend at the family cottage at the Oko- bojis. Mr and Mrs Wayne Simmons, Kansas City, Mo. visited recently with his sister, Mrs Esther DeCamp and daughters. While here they visited the Grotto of the Redemption at West Bend and Wednesday evening all enjoying a picnic, suppef at Call State Park. Mrs R, M/ Phillips was visiied SiSnday by:T. B. Turner and Mr and Mrs Ted Turner, Kathy and Lolly, of Corning. Kathy remain ed for a longer visit. Another guest who came Monday is Clara Phillips, sister of the late R. M. , GflnheJi; ttlia «#11 spend several ddys here, ' Mf and MM Bluitf Ru*k, Gary an'd Cheryl ,ftav£ MltfSiiJfom. & Vacation Spe«%|a!if tl, -with the former's feth^d'R. Rusk and Mr and Mfs Jack Min- okler and Mr aiid,Mfft, Herbert Stevens. From there they went to Washington, £M2. r to x visit Sgt. and Mrs John .Tardy. 'Sgt Tardy is a member of the, tf§. Alt force Dr. M. J, Thlssen arrived here Tuesday of last Week for a week's visit,. accompanying his son Gene Thissen and .family, who live in St.; Petersburg. The Gene Thlssfins are visiting her parents, Mr artd Mrs Roy Haag( 'and other in- the area, ! also. They expect to sttirt back for Florida today. Or. Thissen, until retirement last year, was ;for ninny years 'a ..local chiropractor". 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