The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1967 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Two Garrigan Seniors Will Give Recital 8—Algona (la.) Upper De» Molnes Tuesday, May 9, 1967 master has received word from Mrs. Clifton Woodhams, Redwood City, Calif., of the death of her brother, Wilbur Doxsee, 77, who has for a number of years been an invalid due to disc surgery in which a nerve was affected and he was left paralyzed. The Doxsee family, former Algonans, will be remembered by elderly residents. Mrs. Doxsee, mother of William, was a daughter of Uie late Capt. and Mrs. William Ingham and her brother, Harvey Ingham was at one time associated with the UDM and the Des Moines Register after moving from Algona. Mr. Doxsee is survived by his wife, Louise, a son, Clarence, and sisters, Margaret and Ruth, and Mrs. Woodhams (Caroline). He was in the abstract business until his health failed. MRS. RUSSELL COOK was visited most of last week by her niece, Mrs. C. W. Harvey, Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hood spent the weekend with their daughter, Mary Jean, at Bloomington, Minn. They attended the ball game Saturday. MR. AND MRS. Charles Fox attended the Upper Midwest Barbers show at the Hopkins House Motel, Minneapolis. On Monday, they visited with their son, Kenneth, who is an instructor of portrait painting at the Associated Art School, St. Paul. ZETA DUFFY, student at St. RUTH MCENROE Catherine's College, St. Paul, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duffy, during the weekend. Land Bank Mgr. Here Attends D-M Session E. H. Hutchins, manager of the Federal Land Bank Association at Algona, and his assistant manager, Keith Hopp, attended a two-day educational conference at Des Moines, May 4-5. H. E. McEvoy, senior vice president of the Federal Land Bank of Omaha, opened the meeting of Iowa FLBA representatives with a report of Bank and Association accomplishments and goals. Sessions during the conference dealt with Association benefits 'and financing, and with advertising, public relations and annual meeting programs. The Federal Land Bank of Omaha makes long-term farm loans through 88 local FLB associations in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. The Bank and Associations are entirely owned by the farmers and ranchers they serve. Veterans Are Offered Chance For Training Veterans of any branch of the armed forces now have an opportunity to get back in uniform. The U. S. Air Force recently removed most of the restrictions RUTH CASSEL A graduate recital will be given by Ruth McEnroe and Ruth Cassel, seniors at Garrigan High School, May 10 at 8 p. m., in the Garrigan gymnasium. Ruth McEnroe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McEnroe. Ruth Cassel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel. The public is cordially invited. LOCALS MRS. JOHN GISCH wasatWin- dom, Minn, a few days last week visiting her daughter Madonna, who teaches in the school system there. ALBERT HAGG, former Al- gonan, now living at Monrovia, Calif., was recently released from a hospital there. He had double pneumonia and Asian flu and ran the unusual temperature of 108.4. He and Mrs. Hagg planned to be in Algona about six weeks prior to his illness and will probably be able to come as expected. MR. AND MRS. Herb Hedlund were visited last week by the latter's mother, Mrs. NevaMun- ger of Spencer. MR. AND MRS. William Baker have had as guests the latter's sisters, Mrs. Levi Tressler, Blue Earth, Mrs. Winnie Wiedenheft, Pete Peterson, a nephew, and a friend, Mary Ingalls, Elmore. The daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Presthus, joined the group when possible. MRS. MARGARET HOF- NOW charge it tit on Its prior service program, and right now the field is almost wide open. There is a world of opportunity for prior service For complete information contact Sgt. Funk, City Hall, Spencer, la., or call 262-5770. ENDS WEDNESDAY MAY 10 rr ALGONA THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD rr ENDS TUESDAY, MAY 9 SCREAMING WHEELS-RECKLESS PLEASURES! AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL^., wPANAVISION MID COLOR PLUS "THE LOST WORLD OF MNBAD" STARTS WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 "THE 10TH VICTIM" "CASANOVA JO" Grahams ^^^ FINE STORES THROUGHOUT IOWA It's the most convenient way to buy You're Invited to charge It at Grahamsl Come in now, apply for your Credit Card, and start enjoying a charge account at Grahams. You pay at your convenience. Here's the modern way to shop .., just charge it at Grahamsl ALGONA

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