The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1960 · Page 3
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Dr.' Karl Hoffman has been ai St, Ann hospital under treatment for a leg injury. Mr artd Mrs Te3 Vera are in Philadelphia, Pa., attending reunion of Ted's War buddies; Web Orion spent ihe Labor Day weekend at Masort City with Mr. and Mrs Wilson Abernathy. Mr and Mrs William. Lauben- thai have returned', frohl a vacation spent at Lost Island. ,[ • Mrs Phil kohihaasi was visiled over the weekend by her daughter Anita Rose, Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs O?wald Lallier , spent Sunday at Ventura with Mr and Mrs'Leo Lallier. Mrs Elva 'Simpson has been visited by Mr. and Mrs Mel Hotz, Cedar Rapids. - : Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph had Mr/and Mrs Bert Smith,, Rutland,, as supper guests Monday. Mr and Mrs. Ezra Blanchard have moved from their home at 209 S, Colby to Route 2, Algona. Mrs Imelda Engesser and son, ' '" ' " after Oak Dan, ; retu'riied recently, spending' a few days at Grove' Point, Pequot Lakes. Mr and Mrs Casey Loss were supper guests Sunday of Mr and 1 - Mrs Robert Kuhlmann at Ottosen. ' Mr and Mrs Ray . Anderson spent th'e Labor Day weekend at Council Bluffs with Mr ..and Mrs Roger Phillips. . .. Mr and Mrs Charles. Livingston, former residents jjere, came Friday for a visit with friends and relatives in the vicinity. Mrs Anna Madson has had as recent guests Mr and' Mrs W. E. McCa'mey, Adel.'and Mr and Mrs Chris Bowen, Des Moines. Mrs Ethel Gilles had Mr and Mrs C. H. Bohn, Glen Ellen, 111., as callers Thursday. Mrs Bohn also called on Mrs Roy Hutzell. Mrs Clare Keith has received word from Wallace Evans, Washington, that his father, Dr. R. A. Evans, recently suffered a stroke. ' Mr and Mrs Jerry Schimmel have moved to Des Moines where Jerry was transferred. He has been employed here at the S,& L store. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush had Mr and Mrs Bert Kaulkwarf and Mr and Mrs Ernie Kaulk- warf,- Belmond, as guests Sunday. ,. Union JWP. Mothers, and Daughters- 1-qlub will meet Si 8 at the lio'me of Hazel .Joh with Myrtle Rutledge as co- hostess. Dr. and Mrs Robert Lucey and family, Staten Island, N. Y., have returned home via plane after a visit with the latter's father, Harry Godden. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen had as guests Tuesday Mrs H. M, Irmiter of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs Hans Hansen and son Doug las, Rfhgsted. . Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougall ore spending the Labor Day weekend at Menasha, Wis., with Mr and Mrs Bob McDougall and family. Mary Jean Hood, Mary Bradley and Theresa Bradley have been attending a five day National C. S. M. C. convention at St. Mary's Notre Dame, Ind. Mr and Mrs Don Ferris were recently visited ten' days by the latter's parents and nieces Mr and Mrs C. B. Schouten and Janet and Marilyn Risser, Keokuk. Marcie Long left Tuesday for Joliet, '111., to resume her teaching in the schools there. She had spent her vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs K. D. Long. Sarah Clark is on a two week vacation from a nursing school at Albert Lea, 'Minn., and is .spending the time with her parents, Mr and Mrs Randall Clark. Four Corners Mother and Daughters club will meet Sept. 8 at the home of Mrs John Kicn with Mrs John McNiel as co- hostess. This is the first meeting of the new year. Mr and Mrs Albert MeUger and son Duain, with Mr and Mrs Hervin Zeigler of Elmore, returned recently from a'trip into northern Minnesota which covered 1821 miles. Robert Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen, is leaving Sept. 17 for Denver university, from which he was graduated last June. He will now work on his Masters degree. D-II,,** Mr and Mrs George Balluff spfnt last weekend at Sioux CUy with Mr and Mrs Ben Short. They spent the Labor Day weekend m Chicago with Mr and Mrs N. C. G Mrs Belle Black, Mr and Mrs Hugh Black and Mr and Mrs s:~iSrs Johnson Long George Weig- Bktttie, daughter at krt Wilma Kuhlmann was sick a few- days last Week With polio virus infection. She received rrtedical treat* ment and has completely recov* ered. Mm Wilma Kuhlmann was vis* ited last weekend by Mrs Cordia Heiderscheidt and son. Hehry, Humboldt. 'Trie visitors and Mrs Kuhltriann. spent; a part of: the time at 'the Okdbbjiss,' >, Mr and Mrs Charles Richards ahd dhildren of Charles City .were visitors here last Friday at. the home of Mr and Mrs R. ; B. Waller. Mr 'ttlcharas is associated Wlih Waller Printing^ Co. of Charles City.' .;•• /> .'•'. •' •';-',••: Kaihy, daughter of Mr ani Mi's Harold Roth, has returned 'from Park hospital, Mason City,'where she had knee surgery ','•. She.will be on crutches a few weeks,''but the ailment was not of a ; Serlius nature.'". ^'-'.v...'.''.••!••;..-;;•'•'.:" j;,".; ,.i : Mr ancl Mrs L. E. Hovey have returned from a. weekend visit at St.. Paul, : ,Mihnl, : w.ith Mr and Mrs Dean Greethurst.,This, weekend they will have'their'grand * .(>• V^"* ' ' - -I ' . •• (la.) Upptr DM MafH«i~$ Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1960 Daughter Barbara;: Doldt, as guest. Jean,.; Hum- Mi? Uhd Mrs Mai Jtudsdn, Tit. usvllle, Fla., have been here and Called dn various old friends, Hal is a fromer resident here MM Henry Lund had as callow Friday Mr and Mrs Malcolm Lund, Webstef City. Guests over the weekend were Mr and Mrs Arnald Lund, Des Moines. They were joined here Sunday by Mr and Mrs Charles Lund, Ringsted. Den Hutchison has relumed from tforrence. Calif, where he Visited Mr and'Mrs Norman NeW- ton and son. Mrs Hutchison' and Joanne remained for a longer visit. Ert route the family stopped at San Jose to visit ,Mr and Mrs John Carrol and family. • Mallard Snyder was flown via air ambulance to Iowa City last week Tuesday and is in University * hospital, Mrs • Snyder accom r panied him. in a telephone mess* age to the son, Cecil, Mrs Snyder said her husband was a little improved; '. \ ,Mr and Mrs Charles Logue are at Grand Island, Neb., visiting Mr and Mrs 1 Sterling Logue. They will .also, be, at, Kansas City to atte'rid! a swimming contest; , in which' the ^grandson Nicki Logue 7 will lake part. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan and 'amily have' Returned from their' cottage .at Lac Court Oreilles, 'Wis., where they had spent the summer. They have had as guest, a couple of days the latter's niece Dbrothy Wassenberg who is erri- ployed at - Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs, Linnan have also been at Morris to see Mr Linnan's father, John Linnan, JOHN HA.YES Has been nominated for director of Algona Community School District by his friends who believe he is eminently qualified to serye, be- cquse he': •..••"•"• ,.'J ::. v ^,' • ' .-''. '.-' • ; "-- :'' ;j: ;; ' $ '\; i. • Is a successful progressive business man (District Insurance supervisor), • Is college graduate (master's degree), and has served as teacher, coach, and superintendent, '• Owns property in the district, • Is interested in good schools, with two children recently graduated here, • Is interested in the community generally, and member of Methodist church, •Chamber of Commerce, Masonic Lodge and presently vice-president of Kiwanis service club, • Is familiar with both town and coun- v try viewpoints, • Is highly regarded for his ability and excellent character. VOTE September 12, between 12:00 and 7:00 P.M. ' This ad paid for by supporters of John Hayes ZENDER'S MEN'S SHOES Quality Crosby Square and Portage shoes, both loafer and tie styles. Sizes 6 thru 11. ' FORMERLY $10.95 and $12.95! "BEST UNDER THE SUN" all-steel combination windows and doors BOYS' SHOES Close-outs of latest 1 styles. Many have FORMERLY $9.95! not yet been un- ,. packed. 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