The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1967 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1967
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AROUND ALCONA BY RUTH SHIERK MRS. LUKE LINNAN returned Saturday after spending time with her sister, Fredrlca Wassenberg, at the Llnnan summer home at Lac Coeur D'Oreilles, Wise. They met another sister, Alvlna Wassenberg at Duluth and the three ladles spent six days at Montreal where they attended the Expo '67. Saturday, Mrs, Llnnan's sisters left Minneapolis by plane for their home In Seattle, Wash. MR. AM) MRS. David Smith returned Thursday from Chicago where they spent four days. Mr. Smith, president of the Iowa Association of Finance Officers, attended the national convention of finance officers. MRS. FLORENCE HAYDEN and her daughter, Joyce, were Sunday dinner guests at the Hans Dale home in Havelock. They all visited In the Joe Wade home in the afternoon. DR. AND MRS. Edward Meyer and son, Edward, Chicago, left Saturday after spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith. They were enroute home from a trip to the west coast. The two ladles are sisters. Mrs. Smith's father, Joe Fleming of Whlttemore, had visited two daughters In Chicago, including the Meyer family and that of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Owens for about a month. Saturday, he traveled by plane from Chicago to Albuquerque, where he Is visiting another daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sanchez. The length of his stay is indefinite. BILL BAKER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker and a student at Mankato State College, visited his parents Sunday. WILLIAM HEDRICK of Lu- Verne, father of Mrs. Merlon Baker, has made good progress and returned to his home Monday. He has been a resident of the Good Samaritan Home for six weeks following a stroke. JOYCE HAYDEN and her mother, Mrs. Florence Hayden, recently attended graduation exercises at Cherokee. PATRICIA KENYON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon, and a student at Mankato State College, and a schoolmate, Gary Bleichner of Ghaska, Minn., returned to school Monday after spending the weekend here with her parents. Both are seniors and both are attending summer sessions. CINDY REDING and Donna Kenyon are at Clear Lake where they are counselors for the summer at Camp Gaywood, a Girl Scout camp. An open house will be held June 25 from 3 to 8 p. m. at the camp in observance of Its 20th anniversary. MR. AND MRS. Ernest Hutchison and Jennilee spent Sunday at Marshalltown where they visited their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchison and Clinton and Michelle. MARLYS LUPKES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lupkes, was one of three attendants Saturday in Mason City at the wedding of classmates, Elaine Totten, and Ronald Gerke. Marlys is attending summer sessions at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, MRS. WADE SULLIVAN has spent almost two weeks in the home of her brother, John Kelly, Emmetsburg. She visited relatives and friends there. MR. AND MRS. W. B. (Bing) MacDonald spent from Monday through Thursday at a meeting of county attorneys at Lake Okoboji. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison is Mrs. Maurice Pew of Los Angeles, who arrived Saturday enroute home after spending a year visiting a daughter in Johannesburg, South Africa, and a son who is a major in the U.S. Air Force and stationed in Germany. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison entertained a few friends at luncheon Monday for Mrs. Pew. Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. Don Hutchison entertained for Mrs. Pew at luncheon for a few friends at the Algona Country Club, with bridge at the Hutchison home Tuesday. Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Mrs. Duane Dewel and Mrs. H. W. Miller entertained at breakfast yesterday (Wed.) at Van's in honor of Mrs. Pew. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison took their guest to Des Moines yesterday where she boarded a plane for Los Angeles. MR. AND MRS. 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They expect so spend part of the time at Woman Lake. MRS. JOE GREENBERG returned last week from Los Angeles where she had spent the winter and spring visiting a brother. DR. AND MRS. Melvin Bourne have as guest this month her brother, Woodrow Sarchet, Seattle Wash. They were joined at the Bourne summer home at Lake Okoboji by their children, Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart and children of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and children and Bill Bourne, student at Iowa University at Iowa City. A QUARTERLY meeting of the south Kossuth chapter of the American Cancer Society was held Monday in the assembly room of the county courthouse. nniiiiiuiiiiHiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniiiiniit HOSPITAL NEWS llllllllllllllllllllilliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiiiitliiuiiiillins JUNE 6 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cink, Algona, girl, Gibs., 4 oz.; admitted: Debbie Loss, Donald Loss, Wesley, T & A; Chris Meyer, Algona, medical; discharged: Sam Mogler, West Bend; Mrs. Thomas Bormann and baby, Livermore. JUNE 7 - Admitted: Simon Weber, Whittemore, medical; William Becker, Bancroft, medical; discharged: Chris Meyer, Gerald Klatt, Algona; Edmund Capesius, Whittemore; Debbie Loss, Donald Loss, Wesley. JUNE 8 - Admitted: Bradley Farnham, Algona, medical; Julie ILieuit, West Bend, medical; Richard Hathe, Bode, surgery; discharged: Mrs. Fern Krueger, Low Rock; W. H. Godden, Algona. JUNE 9 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. David Ludwig, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 15 3/4 oz.; discharged: Mrs. Merle Walker and baby, Glen Hike, Algona; Caroline Voigt, Fenton; Marinus Hansen, Irvington. JUNE 10 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson, Algona, boy, 9 Ibs., 10 1/2 oz.; discharged: Mary Olson, Mrs. Michael Cink and baby, Algona. JUNE 11 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolf, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs.; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Walker, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 12 1/2 oz.; admitted: Jerome Kuyper, West Bend, T & A; Nick Reding, Algona, medical; discharged: Ira Bonnette, Darlene Thompson, Algona. JUNE 12 - Admitted: Mrs. Maxine Dittmer, Marion Waltman, Burt, medical; Mary Olson, Algona, medical; Ha Wheeler, Fairfield, medical; discharged: Bradley Farnham, Jean Wadsworth, Janice Farrow, Algona; Simon Weber, Whittemore; Julie Knecht, West Bend. Future Farmers The regular meeting of the Prairie Farmers 4-H Club was called to order at the home of Steve and Terry Froehlich by President Gerald Askeland May 15. Steve Fett led the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Roll call was "things a tractor Want a great car deal? Better start with a great car. See your Pontiac dealer for a great deal on a great car, SCHULTZ BROS* ion SOUTH PHILLIPS • ALGONA, IOWA can do." Steve Froehlich had a talk on "how to keep tractors clean." Terry Froehlich's demonstration was titled "keeping a motor healthy." Theclubdecided to have their club tour June 25 starting a 1 p. m. There will be a picnic at night at the Wesley park. Daughter Of Titonka Couple Is Engaged TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen announce the engagement of their daughter, Janet, to Kenneth Straub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Straub of Le Sueur, Minn. Janet is a graduate of Titonka Consolidated High School and Mankato Commercial College. She is employed at the Green Giant Co. at Le Sueur. Kenneth is a graduate of Le' Sueur High School and has served in the U. S. Navy. He is now employed by United Parcel Service in Mankato. An August 19 wedding is planned. - 0 - miscellaneous shower for Shirley Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gray, June 19, at 8 p. m., in the Ramsey Reformed church north of Titonka. No invitations are being sent. All relatives and friends are invited. Program at 8:15 p. m. - o - STORY HOUR A library story hour will be held on Tuesdays, starting June 13. Janice Alke will be the director. This is to be held in the library community room. Pre-school and kindergarten will meet from 2:30-3 p. m., and grades one through three will meet from 3-4 p. m. - o - NEW OFFICERS The June meeting of Legion Auxiliary was held Monday at the home of Cleo Nelson. Ellen Boelkes was assisting hostess. New officers for the coming year were presented. Installation will be at the July meeting. Those elected were Ellen Boelkes, president; Mildred Boyken, 1st vice president; Viola Spear, 2 vice president; Pat Haines, secretary-treasurer; Louise Mechler, chaplain; Esther Peterson, sgt. at arms; Thursday, June 15, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des MoinM-9 Bridgett Garrett, historian; and executive board, Ethel Beed and Doris Isebrand. - o - Mrs. Sadie Denton is hospitalized at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, following surgery. Titonka W.S.C.S. met June 14 in Fellowship hall. Mrs. Paul Hansen led worship and a book review was presented by Mrs. Robert Budlong. Hostesses were Mesdames Don Budlong, M. H. Nelson, Will Girard and Burton Hanson. Guest Day was held at Immanuel Lutheran church Thursday with several members of churches in the area as guests. Mrs. Bobbi Ecker, Waverly, professional flower designer, spoke on symbolism in flowers. Weekend guests in the John Welhousen home were Janet Wel- housen and Kenneth Straub of Le Sueur, Minn., and Marilyn Welhousen Selke of Skokie, m. Marilyn is employed at General Lutheran hospital in Park Ridge, HI. They called at the home of Mrs. Mary Welhousen in Titonka while here. Dr. J. Lesiak is spending his annual month's vacation in the east with his parents, and also plans to attend the A. M. A. convention. Real Estate Transfers Fox, Frank & Maude M. to Farmers Co-op Soc. of Wesley 5/26/67; part of blk 5, orig plat of Wesley (r,ee rec). Freerksen, George F & Sybil to James Kenneth & Joan M. Hill 5/24/67; part of SW 1/4 NE 1/4 (desc as see rec) 9-97-27. Gutknecht, Lena L, sgl to Genevieve Hoeppner 5/24/67; E 1/2 NW 1/4 of 25-99-28 see record. Meyer, Ferdinand W, widower to Paul C & Lydia A Maas 5/26/67; It 3 blk 10, Whitman's Add, Lu Verne. Miller, John B & Geneva; Henry Jr. & Clara Mayland to Maurice W. & Marie E.Reynolds 5/24/67; It 10, blk U, Orig Plat of Titonka. Potter, LoronR&LilatoCarlS & Elaine Nelson 5/25/67; lot 18 of Aud's Plat of lots in SW 1/4 SE 1/4 10-95-29 There will be an open house ?«BM»«»K-MI*' ^^ ^-^MaacMaMaMiaMtaKaiPtaaacaaKa^ *HKf Shirts Shirts JANTZEN MUNSINGWEAR ARROW ALL COLORS AND ALL COLLAR STYLES SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS HAGGAR'S "CAPETOWN TROPI- CALS", slacks of blended Dacron* and Avril* rayon . . . pressed forever so that they never need an iron! Pre-cuffed to wear fiie minute Dad slips them on. CHOOSE FROM GRAY, BLACK OR OLIVE GIFT PROBLEM ? GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE •COTTON or ST«ETCH SWIM TRUNKS • FOREVER PREST WALK SHORTS MAN* C' UClUEhCE QUALITY CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS

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