The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1967 · Page 32
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1967
Page 32
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14—Algona, (la.) Uppe'r Des Moinet Thursday, June 8, 1967 gllilllllllllllllllllinilllllllinillllllllll'lUninillllllllllllllllllllllllllllillM^ I AROUND ALGONA I llllll'il'I.IHMII'HIl' BY RUTH SHIKRK A GRADUATION reception held in honor of Bode on May 28 at the honif of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rohmd M'xlt. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirschbaurn, Mr. .unl Mrs. Mel HaaR, Mrs. Paulino Cu.idy, Mrs. Don Tlmrton and farnih, Mrs. Harold Modo ami Jtilk', Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hickcrt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lick- trig, Mr. and Mrs. HermanThil- g-f'S, Mr. and Mis. Don LioktH;;, Mr. and Mrs. Gone Brand<r.v, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Warjnor arid family, Mr. ami Mrs. William Lamutfi and family, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Oakland, Mrs. Violet Bt-n- .scliotf-r, Mr. ;tnd Mrs. Mayri;ml Nail, Mr. arid Mrs. Chft kisf- rnaun, Mr. and Mrs. Willed Kisf'inann, Mr. and Mrs.Tliom is Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ollio Kir.scliliauii), Gerald and Gloria Millor and Mr. .ind Mrs. Kd'.vard Licktd;;. DICK PALMKR, instructor at Aljiona His;li Soliool, If.'ft Tuesday on a trip to tho southeast. Ac- companying liirn ire Tirri Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will; Doug Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones; and Don H.'ti-'en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hagon. They ex[ir'ct to \-< ;;orie alxjut two weeks. Traveling by car, they plan to visit in Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia and v.ill then i-.o to Florida, where thev v.ill !•<• at Fort Laudc-rdalr-, Miami and Key Wi\st. SALI.V STKKLK,; fit': of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Ste-k- and a student at State College, Cedar Falls, arrival Saturday eveninr. to spend the summer with her parents. Shf '.ill be employed in the j'UiiiJr Sfhool system iurinr the sutntii'T. GARY PEER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peer, arrived Memorial Day to visit his parents. He has been teaching inColorado and will spend the summer teach- im; physical education in track and swimming at Luther College at Decorah. He exj>ects to make short visits to Algona during the summer before returning to Colorado. MR. ANT) MRS. Gene Faulstich entertained following the confirmation of their daughter, Bar- Sara, at Trinity Lutheran church Ma;. 28. Sponsors for the confirmation were Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick, grandmother of Barbara, mill an aunt and her hus- b.ira, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fraser of Minneapolis. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. William Faulstich, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A*. SWIMWEAR by Divettes 1 and 2 pieces styles made from cotton in solids, checks and plaids. Stretch nylon suits from basic tank styles to the latest in fashion stylings . . . California bright colors prevail. Sizes 4 to 14 - $4.50 to $8.00 Teen Girl Sizes 8 to 16 at $7.00 to $12.00 When The Girls Come Out To Play KNIT SEPARATES A fine selection of knit separates in short shorts, Jamaica shorts, long pants with solids, prints and matching stripe tops in the very popular "Poor Boy" and "Rich Girl" ribs . . . color co-ordin- ated for a complete practical summer fashion wardrobe at popular prices. From $2.00 up Just Say "CHARGE IT" at $0 CONVENIENT! Apply for your credit tard NOW! KNITS by AILEEN and RUSS TOGS ALGONA Faulstich and famCy, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulki, Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek and family, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Baker and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt, Mrs. Lucinda Bierstedt and Linda Darbyshire. MR. AM) MRS. Eugene Faulstich and family left Monday to attend Expo '67 at Montreal. Canada. They '.vereaccompanied h-> Linda Darbyshire and Martha Gilbert. The trip is being mado in the Faiilstich camper and the group '.\ill visit points ofinterest in the eastern part of the country. They expect to be gone about tv/o weeks. MR. AND MRS. Vic Parsons and Linda returned Thursday after a trip east. After attending meetings in Boston and touring there, the family traveled by car up the east coast and then to Montreal where they visited Expo '07. They then spent several days in Vermont and the New- England states. They traveled back to Chicago and then home by plane. Linda is recreational director at the small swimming pool. The Parsons' son, Jim. has returned to Travis Air Force Base in California after a ten day tour of duty at Abilene, Tex. MAREE LOUISE MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and a student at Drake University in Des Moines, will arrive Saturday to visit her parents. She will attend a summer session at Drake. MR. AND MRS. J. C. Ever els will entertain a number of guests at Sunday dinner. They will include Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Everds, who will arrive Saturday evening. Also for Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. David Everds, Mrs. Chas. Phipps, sister of Mrs. Everds, and her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. (Dick) Everds, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Meyer and children, and the con of the hosts, and his wife and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Everds. MR. AND MRS. Glenn Shore returned last week after a trip to the southwest, including Kansas City. Their son, Bruce, left May 5 from Camp Pendleton, Calif, and is a major at supply- headquarters with the Marines in Vietnam. Their son, Bill, is a chemist. The son, Clifford, is at the U. S. Army Depot at Savannah, HI., and the other son, Jess, is with the U. S. Army Engineers at Cape Kennedy, Fla. Their daughter, Carol, is Mrs. John DeBleawe and lives at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Shore also visited at Black River Falls, Wise., returning last Thursday after the visit. MR. AND MRS. Donald Myers and children and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchtns, left today (Thurs.) for a train trip to Seattle. They will visit Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hutchins. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker entertained at open house following the graduation of their daughter, Carol, from high school last Thursday evening. About 40 guests were in attendance. MRS. ROBERT McGRATH and son Mark spent a week visiting at the Pat Murphy home. Barbara Murphy went back to Chicago with them for the summer vacation. Judy Murphy and Thomas Sampson spent the weekend at the Pat Murphy home. Rosalie and Kathleen Murphy went to Omaha Sunday for the summer. MRS. ELIZABETH SEILER, Duane and David and Mrs. Kenny Thilges attended the graduation of their son and brother Paul, from the University of Notre Dame on June 4. Also in attendance were Pauls cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hamson and Mr. and Mra. Newell Trustin. Is your office furniture in sad shape? Look over the new office desks, chairs, files and sales at the Office Supply Dept. of THE UPPER DES MOINES. FATHER'S DAY - SUNDAY, JUNE 18! Jusf another Father's Day? NOT WITH A BRAND - NAME GIFT FROM THE HUB CLOTHIERS! VAN HEUSEN DRESS SHIRTS Please your father with a stylish dress shirt by Van Meusen. Vanopress models in white or colors — always a sharp new look without ironing. MCGREGOR SPORT SHIRTS The perfect gift for Dad's leisure hours. McGregor short sleeve styles in plaids, stripes, paisleys, and summer solid colors. A sporty-look for casual wear. QUALITY SPORTSWEAR Sportswear by McGregor, Campus and Jockey — featuring the newest summer shorts, bermudas and pullover sport shirts. Keep Dad cool and comfortable this summer. WEMBLEY TIES The best of neckwear by Wembley will give your father that added touch of fashionable dress with any suit or sport- coat. All the latest styles and widths. CAMPUS SWIMWEAR Please the active Father wilh new swimwear from Campus, the authority in quality men's swim fashions. Many styles and color combinations* ROLFE BILLFOLDS Handsome and durable leather goods by Rolfe for the modern businessman. INTERWOVEN SOCKS Sharp, lasting dress socks and the new Crew-Sader sport socks by Interwoven in all new summer colors, OTHER GIFT IDEAS: Van Heusen Sleepwear, Jockey Underwear, Jade East Toiletries, Swank Jewelry, Srrrcv'-ii" ivocjoge, etc. ALGONA, IOWA

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