-fat,.. > - CTe.) Upptf But Moin** , Aug. 27, 1959 Sharon Bachman, Klernrne, is visiting Rosemary Mcdin this week, Mr and Mrs Richard Cook and family spent the weekend in thru- trailer house nt the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser returned Sunday from a two week vacation at Lake Koronis, Minn. Richard Zweifel left Saturday for Purdue, Ind., and will return Saturday. He accompanied a Methodist youth group. Mr and Mrs Floyd Hulzell, Webster City, spent the weekend at the Okobojis. The sons Mark and Steven were left here with the respective grandparents Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Pern- Collins. Mr and Mrs O. B. Harmes spent the weekend at Lake Osakis, Minn, with Mr and Mrs Milo Withers. Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith spent the weekend at Madrid with their son-in»lnw and daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr. Mt and Mrs Harry Hargreaves are spending a few days at Council Bluffs with their son-in-law and claughler Dr. and Mrs Emmet Mathiascn. 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THERMOGAS CO. of Algona «Jr Mr and Mrt E. 3, fftett hsd Mr and Mrs Roy Volz, Portland, Occ. ns guests Saturday. They were joined by Mrs Helen Johnson, MUKitur of Mrs Evers. Mr and Mrs Ellis Mains were visited over the weekend by the parents Mr and Mrs Henry Mains and Edwin, Mcnlo, and the brother and sister-in-law, Mr and .vlrs Ralph Maihs, Calif. Mrs Leora St. Johrl had her nephew ond wife Mr and Mrs John F. McNown, Lawrence, Knns., ns guests August 16. Mr McNown is Dean of Engineering at the college in Lawrence. Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison have been visited by their daugh tors, Mrs Norma Newton and sen Mike and Joarine, Tucson, Ariz. Mrs Newton and Mike loft a wni'k ago and Joanne will be returning to Tucson in a couple of weeks. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Haubaeh were visited over the weekend by the latter's brother-in-law anu sister, Mr and Mrs Jack Haley, Nora Springs. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Stebbins. Mountain Home, Ark. The Stcb- uins are former residents hero. Mr and Mrs Ralph Raney, Chicago, have been here visiting Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie. The first week of their vacation was spent with the Gillcspies at Clear ., , and the second week was .spent here. Ralph i3 a former Al- gonan. Mrs Arlhur Glaser, Danny and Peggy has returned from the OL.urfe at Spirit Lake where they have spent the summer. Mrs Howard Stephenson and son Jeff were also there a part of. the time and Mr Glaser and Mr Stephenson spent as much time there as Mr and Mrs Leslie Stephens, Mex,ico, Mo., are here visiting relatives and friends. They are spending a part of the time with their son and daughter-in-law Mr and" Mrs Keith Stephens and a part with a son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Marvin Jacobson, at Emmetsburg. Mrs Kaihryn Mahoney.has been visited by her cousin Paul Ferrigan, Chicago, who was here last She also had as guests her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck and family, Blairstown. Other guests a little ' later were another son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Ludwig and family, Minneapolis. The Ludwigs also spent some time at West Bend with Don's motnqr Mrs- F. J. Ludwig, who fe'l a few .weeks ago and suffered a broken hip. CY 4-2841 By Mrs Jessie Rash Mr and Mrs Andy Phillips and children, Lincoln, Neto., came Friday for a few days with thp R. L. Moores. Mr Phillips return- e,d home Sunday and Mrs Phillips and children are visiting relatives m Steadies \ Smooth as a touchdown pas e —the Glamour Deb look in soft back-to-school ties. AH with popular thin or ribbed soles. Come In and see them today. Advertised in meateea The girls who have all the fun wear r- l 5 by the makers of Bustef AAAA to Es • 4 to 11 At Same Old Prices BROWN WJ+ SHOESTORE ALGONA, lOV^A THE SHOE yrORE TIW TOKES PJE OF YDUR FEET V PHQNi CYprtfi 4^437! Wed Aug. 17 At Wesley " ARM Sue Ann Fitzpatricik of Dan- l-eeenQy suffered a broken arm Itt a freak mishap. She was receiving adjustments on a cast which extended from her neck to > quiring another east her hips due to a neck injury and fell forward with her arm under her as she fell. The force of fh£ cast against -her arm broke -it, re- *. *• Mr and . Mfs Ortwitt ,Tleta called in tfte (3e6r|e SoBifiger home near Fenton fauW*& ._ in Sexton and Mason City port of this week. Mrs R. L. Moore will go to Lincoln, with them next week. Birthday circle will meet with Lottie Isen'berger this week} Friday, Aug. 28. Stella GeegmaA will have program and Nettie Lavrenz devotions. Dr. and Mrs Beghtol of Stratford were at the John Geesman home Monday. •Roland Lavrenz, who had been in the Spirit Lake hospital following a fall while at .work, came home last week. Recent visitors at the Luther Fairbanks home were Dr. and Mrs Jack Raedy and baby, Melany and Dr. and Mrs Ralph Levi, all of» Das Moines. Mrs Raedy is the former Barbara Fail-banks. The Raedy's first wedding anniversary was observed with a dinner at the "farm home, which was also in observance of birthdays of Mr and Mrs Luther Fairbanks Jr. of Algona. Mr and Mrs Grover Fairbanks with Patty and Stephen of Birmingham, Mioh. were 'also visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Luther Fairbanks 'Sr. They were all guests at the home of Mrs Merta Wallace and Marie Grover in Algona Monday. Luella Maher of Harris is now at home at- Wilt'air Rest Haven. Kate Skilling returned to Wilfair recently after a few days in Algona. Rev. and Mrs Bearse were guests at the Qlenn Teeter home Saturday night. Sunday Rev. Bearse had charge of services at the Methodist church. He was pastor of this church two years ago and a fellowship dinner was enjoyed at noon in their honor.. Rev. and Mrs F. G. Samek and Cheryl are vacationing in Minnesota. Laymen and others will be in change during his absence. ,Mrs David D. Miller and Mrs Gene Zinnel were 'Fort Dodge. visitors Saturday. The Regular Lion's club meeting held Monday night was attended by some 18 members. District Governor Morris of Forest City was guest speaker. Guests Wesley—Tom Lickteig, young-, est son of Mr and Mrs Louis Lickteig and Marilyn Helen Lemire were married Aug. 17 at 9 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rev. Father'Dominic of Chicago, performed the double ring ceremony. Helen Lickteig was maid of honor. and Ruth Lickteig and Yvonne Potthoff were bridesmaids. «. , i The bride ' wore a ballerina gown of white Swiss lace with white satin bodice and a fingertip veil, trimmed in satin. She wore white linen shoes and;carried a heart-shaped bouquet Of white and blue carnations. The bridegroom's attendant was John Smith and ushers were Ed Lickteig and Paul Berger., The wedding \dinner and reception was held in the K. C. hall at Algona. Mrs Joann Lickteig of Bancroft poured at the reception and Mrs Marilyn Becker had charge of the guest book. The bride is from Attleboro, Mass. Her father is in the army and the bride has traveled with her family since she was five years of age. Her mother and father are in Germany. Marilyn gradueted ^from Holy Angel's Academy, Seattle, Wash., in 1956, worked in Seattle a year and at Augusta, Ga. a year. The bridegroom is ; a graduate of Wesley public school, served three years 'in the army, 27 months in Germany. Following a wedding trip they will live with the Lou Lickteig's. (Glenn's Studio Phpto — UDM Engraving) at this meeting were Major Ralph Bristow of the Marines, guest of Nels J. Nelson; W. J. Crosby of Citra, Florida, and Don Dremmel of Dubuque, son of Ray Dremmel. Dinner was served by Jane Scott, Mare* .Bahnson, Wantalee Hawcott and Mary Ihnen. Major Bristow is a son of the Clyde Bristows. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. 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