Lefferts have many visitors during May Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert have had some interesting guests over the past two weeks. Their two grandsons, Bruce Parsley, Washington, D.C., and his' brother, Allen, Ann Arbor, stopped on May 21st enroute to the West Coast in their car. They also visited the paternal grandparents at Salix before continuing to California where they were to make inquiries about graduate study at various Universities. From there they flew to Japan to join their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parsley and daughter Pat who have been in Japan since last June On May 26, Lt. Col. C. C. Anderson, a nephew of Mrs. Lof- fort stopped to see them. He has been an army dental officer for years; was recently retired at Fort Hamilton, N.J., and plans to spend most of the summer at his Okoboji cottage. B3- fore enlisting during WW II, Dr. Anderson practiced at Swea City and has remained in service since his active duty in both the African and TMhn campaigns. Then Mr. aftd Mrs. Fair Griffin, of Vancouver, Wash., who are traveling around the country with their trailer, stopped in. MrSi Griffin is a niece of Mrs. Leffert and they had first stopped at Mo-bridge, S.D. to see Mrs. Leff'ert's aged brother, Andrew Anderson. They also visited Swea City relatives and the Lefferts joined them there at a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Twetten. Mrs. Twe&ten is another niece and is a cousin of Mrs. Griffin. Mr. Griffin, an Ames ' graduate, once taught agriculture at Swea City where he met his wife. He later went into the federal department of conservation and has only recently retired. They visited his brother and attended a re-union of his Class at Ames last weekend, then started East, and planned to visit Washington, D.C., Niagara, Montreal, and other spots of interest before turning back to their home in Washington State. Lu Verne F«rn Bigings Bruno Ristau, Sioux City, visited in LuVerne Wednesday. He the is an wedding gift electrical gift ' V iV i They'll have more time to be together ... more time for leisure... when their new home is equipped to take full advantage of modern electrical appliances: electric home laundry—washer, dryer, ironer . . . electric dishwasher... electric range . . . ''electric percolator... electric toaster... eleo. .•trie blanket... electric carving knife ... or any of the dozens of electrical items designed fo- better living. An electrical gift is the perfect gift for every June bride. See your appliance dealer. Algona Municipal Utilities MR. AND MRS. H. C. Bristow Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharer Kae to Thomas J. Stucler. He r !;he son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Studer, Algona, and is a men's hairstylist in Sioux City Miss Bristow is a secretary for Pierce Van Lines, Sioux City. / fall wedding is being planned. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANei&-5 THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 Joanifca will spend' the suhiiffier here and plans to feturn 16 firi- ar Cliff this .fall. the Arnold Kiieckers and Barbara* Miiiheaipdli^, spent the Memorial Day weekend at Clarence Osborn's. The Charles Beavers were Friday guests of their sort, the James Beavers, Estherville, for James's birthday. Mrs. Alfred Peterson had the Seneca Thursday club. Special guests were Mrs. Richard Underkofler and Benhkendorf, Mrs. Arlene both Bancroft, who showed cancer films to the group. Two extension lessons were presented. Mrs. Nina Kracht gave ideas for storage problems and Mrs. Hsnry Looft gave the lesson on meals for two. The June meeting will be June 30 at Elmer Hannisch's. The John Behrends attended a rsunion of the 1916 graduating class of the Emmetsburg high school May 23. Eleven _ The John Huntleys, Boulder, were present of the original 23. p ol °" , came Su "day to Verl Pat„-, •. r. »..i' -r.- T.Prsrvn S MnnHav thn P.atte».on«ei Irvington man gets orders to overseas Irvington — Sgt. Alan Lage, Ft. Sill, Okla., on leave with his family visiting his mother Mrs. Blanche Lage, received a long distance call to report to Houston, Texas May 27 and from there was to be sent overseas, destination not disclosed. Alan left his family here returning to Lawton, Okla., where they had ba&n living, and made arrangements to have the furniture trucked to Algona, where his wife and children have rented an apartment. Alan is scheduled to be overseas for a year. is the son of William and Emma Wetzel Ristau. Saturday guests of the William Goalsehes were their daughter Sonja, the Jon Put- nams, Algona, their guests his parents the Darel Putnams, Ponca, Nebr. Mrs. Clyde Dudley is visiting her mother, Mrs. Stella De Sart in Lake View a few days. The Charles McClellans, Council Bluffs, were weekend guests of her parents, the Carl Pergandes. Her niece Jean Casey, daughter of the Eugene Ca- seys, returned with her aunt for a two weeks visit. Mrs. Thelma Miller, son Dick of Webster City, her daughter, the Adrian Goehrings, Mason City, visited here Saturday and decorated graves in the Lu Verne cemetery. Cindy Erpelding has gone to join her parents, the William Erpeldings in their new home at Oelwein. Cindy stayed with the Joel Redings for the school year. Jerry Will, LuVerne, employed at Fantles in Fort Dodge, is on a buying trip for a week in New York City. He is the son of the Robert Wills, LuVerne, Mrs. Earle Hanselman and mother, Mrs. Anna Hanselman, were in Fort Dodge Monday calling at their niece arid granddaughter, the dorfs. Larry Hilgen- Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft Maxine Meyer, teacher at Stillwater, Minn., is spending the week with her parents, the Frank Meyers. Mrs. Frank Meyers and the Ernest Hutchinsons, Bancroft, went to Waltham, Minn. May 22 for the graduation of their niece, Linda Hutchinson, daughter of the Gerald Hutchinsons. Mrs. Clarence Osborn's piano pupils gave a recital June 1, at the Methodist church at Fenton. The Clarence Osborns attended graduation Friday at Cylinder for their niece, Barbara Weisbrod. They were guests at Wallace Weisbrod's, Barbara's parents. Mrs. Frank Meyer went to Sioux City Thursday and brought her daughter, Joanita, student at Briar Cliff college, home. FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAILY GROCERY DELIVERIES ON THESE HOT SUMMER DAYS. 5-3762 EAST E» MOCEIV The Tver Bergums, Art gums, Raymond Bergums, Bill Petticords, and Les Denton, Emmetsburg, attended the funeral for Chris Haass at Burt Monday. Art and Ray Bergum were casket bearers. . The Verl Smiths had guests Sunday after baccalaureate at Sentral for Marlene. They included the Don Koeppels, Donald Blanchards, Lone Rock; Max Dudleys, Cylinder; James Jacksons, Lone Rock; Olaf Oftedahls, Raymond Gardners, William Bernhards, Robert Binzens, Carl Hansens, Ringsted; Gene Mad sens, Bradgate; David Prink, Ames; and Dennis Green, Bancroft. Sunday visitors were the grandparents, the W. E. Hansens, Ringsted, and Jens Peter- sens, Hayfield, Minn. Following Commencement Monday guests were the W. E. Hansens, Anna Johansen, the Herbie Johansens, Carl Bensons, Otto Wilbergs, Ringsted; Wilmot Edwards, Ceylon; Henry Gangsteds, Fairmont; Henry Pruells, Granada; Marvin Sanders, Cresco; Mrs. Maurice Carlson and Peggy, Lakota; Steve Barslow, Ledyard; the Edwin Gangestads, St. James; Nobie Rhilges, Jolene and Kelly, and Dennis Green, Bancroft; Pam Kauffman, Mrs. Nina Kracht, Linda Sue and Karen Rubyiano, and the Ervin Vottelers. Marlene is planning on attending a business or technical school. The Roy Muellers had guests Sunday for Lowell's graduatifMi. Guests included the grandrn'6- thers, Mrs. Martha Mueller anid Mrs. Ida Lieb, Fenton; the Reinhard Liebs, Edwin Liebs, Algona; William Losses, Fenton; Lester Mueller, Emmetsburg; Harvey Henriksens, Bennie Berklands, Cylinder; Franklin Muellers, Fenton; Mrs. James Bergum, Fairmont; and the Raymond Bergums, Bancroft. Lowell plans to attend a business or trade school. The Ervin Vottelers had guests for Rennae's graduation including the Rev. Rex Spicers, Kathy Devan, the Warren Joneses, Delond Vottelers, Ernest Vottelers, Mrs. Freda Siems, Fenton; Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue, Karen Rubiano, Romney, W. Va.; Molly Blanchard and Dave Lynch, Lone Rock. Rennae plans to attend Cedar Falls this fall. The Charles Beavers had guests Monday for their son, Kenneth, including the Millen Jensens, Waltham, .Minn.; James Myerses, Graettinger; Robert Tirevolds, Dolliver; Norris Lees, Cecil Seelingers, Howard Beavers, James Beavers, Virgil Gardners, Estherville, Lyle Eng- lands, and Henry Wilbergs. Kenneth plans to attend a trade school. The Charles Beavers attended commencement at Dolliver Wednesday and were guests at Robert Tirevold's. Mrs. Elmer Hannisch went to Ames Friday and brought their son, Donald, home for the weekend. He will spend the summer at Odessa at a wild life reserve. terson's. Monday the Pattersons and the Huntleys went to Renwick for a family reunion at Marion Huntley's. Mrs. Patterson is the former Louise Huntley, sister of John and Marion. Doris Miller had, a birthday Tty for Loona S,abin last Thursday. Guests were Margaret Kent, Lois Larson, Louise Patterson, Janice Waldera and Bobby, Priscilla Peck and Carm. Mrs. Sabin was given a birthday dinner at her parents, the Roy Bensens, Ringsted, Sunday. Besides the Harold Sabins, Mrs. Hazel Sabin was also a guest and there were numerous other guests from, the Ringsted area. Clarence Canaday, Donald and Gloria, attended a Scearcy reunion near Doud Sunday. The Mark Scearcys and Mrs. Minnie Scearcy, Truman, Minn., stopped for a short visit with the Canadays Saturday. Sunday guests at Ray Fitch's, Burt, for Mrs. Fitch's brothers and sisters were the Leo Clarks, Britt; Robert Clarks, Denver, Colo., their daughter Sally, Kansas City, and the Don Clarks, Corwith. Sisters were Mrs. Ben Hartzell, Dows, and Mrs. Daisy Stevenson, Britt. A cousin, Mae Raines, Storm -Lake, formerly of Owatonna, Minn., was also present. Daughters attending were the Robert Skillings, Irvington, and Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz and son David, Livermore. A Memorial day picnic held at the LuVerne Park Monday was attended by the phases Reapers,"Durwo6d Walkers, Irvington, Donald Hansens, Albert Harms family, Algona. The Wm. Mayers and their daughter Mrs. Robert Eischen left Tuesday by car for Columbus, Ohio, to visit another daughter of the Mayers, Ramona Mayer. Mrs. Mayer will remain in Columbus with her daughter Ramona for two weeks. She is recovering from major surgery. Mr. Mayer and Mrs. Eischen will return home Thursday. Ramona Mayer is employed at the Battelle Institute in Columbus as a research chemist. Mrs. Leota Halpin, Ankeny, came Sunday for the week with the J. M. Pattersons. Mrs. Patterson, who has been in bed for a time, is somewhat improved. She and Mrs. Halpin are sisters. Mrs. Margaret Kent has a severely sprained left foot when she slipped off a curb in Fort Dodge Friday. A reception was held at Robert Eischen's Sunday for Steven's graduation from Garrigan Guests included the Rev. Nicholas Ruba, Mrs. Alex Eischen, and the Otmer Fischers, St. Benedict; Wm. Mayers, Robert Mayers, Marvin Eischens, Mrs. Anna Mueller, the Henry Pfeffers Wayne Arndorfer, Margie O'Rourke and the Dave Ludwigs, Algona; the Phil Eischens, Whittemore; Harold Eischens, Wesley; Ronald Rosenmey- ers, Corwith; John Fridereses ^nd Lloyd Muellers, Wilmington, 111. The Donald Frankls, Minneapolis, spent the Memorial weekend at his mother's and visited other relatives and friends. They jjttended graduation at Garrigan in which Gene Frankl aM Mary Bofmann were graduates./Other out of town relatives were the Harold Hunts, Denison. The Charles Mitchells, Cadar- ville, Ohio, came Friday to visit Mrs. Mitchell's parents, the Ro- bsrt Blacks. Mr. Mitchell returned to Cedarville Monday taking with him his' sister and two nieces, Mrs, Nan Parker and children Kim and Kristi, Algona, who were on their way east to visit Mrs. Parker and Mr. Mitchell's parents, the John Mitchells, Sharonj Mass. Mr. Mitchell has another sister, Mrs. Earl Loss. Mrs. Charles Mitchell will remain for the rest of the week. Mrs. Henry Stevens, Ogden, and the Robert Buckleys, Ogden, went to Livermore, Saturday for the funeral of Wilfred Coleman. Mrs. Stevens remained with the Gerald Colemans for aft indefinite visit. Memorial weekend guests at Bernard .Capesius's were Helen Hanig, Ackley, the Duane Han- igs, Waterloo, Harvie Kamp- mans, Dumont, Charles Col- wells, St. Benedict, Phil Arn- dorfers, Clarence Siemers and Jim Gallons. Mrs. Opal Barker, Oscondido, Calif., is visiting in this area, staying with the Earl Millers, Algona. Mrs. Barker lived for many years in Riverdale township. heir daughter, Jill, Including the Lyle Newells, Claytoti ! D\rt£- worths, Rev. Fred PrUels, Cla* rence Menzes, C. 0. Baileys, Lyle Englafids, the Drv L. A. Pa$)" penhagsns, Alliance, Ohio; Julia Jergensen, Rake; Hilmer Jorgensons, Blue Earth; Loweill Erdahls, Mrs. Erigvald Erdaht, Slue Earth; fiio Walthdnv Eari nk Meyers, Ctfrtmee Osbuttli, Helify * Lo&fts, / Jlmes Jacksorffi fttfssell Jensens, and Lyle Net ells. Jill is enrolled at AtigiW- tana college 1 at SioUk <FaIts, tS.f), and will bagin college work in June. ' * "* j ,'L, *r.X v» NOTICE SUMMER CLASS SCHEDULE. This ii the Larson School of Hairstylirig Monday, June 13 Monday, July 11 'Visit Anytime' 'Enroll Early' Classes are filling rapidly LARSON SCHOOL OF HAIRSTYLING 203Va Grand Ava. — Phone 262-5588 ' Spencer, Iowa 1 * \ $ Memorial guests of Mrs. Nell Potter, Algona, were the Robert Applegates, Atlanta, the Darryl Swartzes, Evansdale, Mrs. Wayne Byerly, Waterloo, and the Lawrence Millers. The Robert Norths, Ames, called at Mrs. Blanche Lage's Monday. Mrs. North is a granddaughter of Mrs. Lage and Mr. North is employed with the state highway commission. They will be headquartering in the near future at Mason City, buying land for the new highway. Other guests of Mrs. Lage over the weekend were the Otis Op- rals, Estherville, Ralph Nelsons, Waterloo, James Lages, Fort Dodge, and Duane Campbells, Swea City. 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