The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1967 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 18, 1967
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jniiimnnmninnninHnininnnniiiiiiinrtui SOCIETY NEWS WEEKLY PARTY Mrs. Frank Zender was hostess at the Country Club for the ladies weekly party. Winners were Mesdames W. E. Hawcott, Norbert Kelley and Merlin Baker. The next party is July 19. - o- HOST CLUBS Mrs. Jess Dugan entertained her bridge club last Wednesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. - o - FAMILY REUNION A Fox family reunion was held Sunday at the Ralph Hurlburts at Swea City. In attendance were Messrs, and Mesdames George Fox, Peoria, El., who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox; Russell Fox, George Fox, Leo Fox, Roger Fox and Don Hurlburt, Fenton; and Leroy Wyatt, Emmetsburg, and the respective families. - o- 500 HOSTESS Mrs. Harold Hobson will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. - o- COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan are entertaining their Couples Club Saturday evening. - o - IS HONORED Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Muller, is at the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. Before he left dinners for him were 'given by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Garman and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. William Bestenlehner and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lickteig, Wesley. A family dinner was also given prior to his departure. A parents weekend for freshmen will be held at the base in August and Mr. and Mrs. Muller plan to attend. - o - WED 48 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne at their cottage at Okoboji. Mr. Naudain's birthday was Monday but the celebration of it and the forty-eighth wedding anniversary of the Naudain's July 10 were observed Sunday, additional guests being their brother-in-law, Clarence Maland, Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and family. Area Graduates Attend I.S.U. Orientation Three 1967 Kossuth County high school graduates who will be incoming freshmen at Iowa State University next fall recently attended the summer orientation programs for the College of Engineering. They are John Meyer, Bancroft; Eldon Rike, Titonka; and William Funnemark, Wesley. About 150 students from around the state and twenty from out of state attended the two-day ses- sion, which was devoted to testing and familiarizing the young people with the campus. While there, they lived and ate in the University housing and food service facilities, and in the evening they attended fraternity and religious orientation programs. This orientation period allows the student to become acquainted with his future environment at a time when there is much more free time available. Tractor Contest On Tap Again At County Fair Kossuth County Farm Bureau is again sponsoring the Tractor Pulling Contest which will be held at the Kossuth County Fair. The event will be held Wednes- day evening, Aug. 16, in front of the grandstand. Entry forms are being sent to last year's participants, however anyone may enter and there are more entry forms available at the County Farm Bureau office, Algona. For more information contact the Farm Bureau office in Algona or Don Strayer, Burt. Others on the committee are: Curtis Gardner, Algona; Marvin Leigh, Algona; Edgar Keith, Burt; Jim Smith, Swea City; and Maynard Gregersen, Swea City. iffltiuinnnnniKniniiiiiitninniiiiiiiiiiiinnniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii^ Tuesday, July 18, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Mo!nes-S SWEA-EAGLE 1 By Mrs. Kennefh Brones g iiHininiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiininiil At the Harvey C. Larson home recently were the Walter Gor- aczkowskis, Orville Thoresons, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Reuben Hoi- combs and Mrs. P.A. Holcomb. Douglas Gorackowski and Douglas Johnson attended 4-H Camp at Madrid Monday through Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Don Koons were guests during the weekend at the Harold Carr home. Mrs. Jim Smith and children were Wednesday guests at the Art Clausen home to visit with Mrs. Bill Dixon (Jackie Claussen). Robert O'Green of Detroit, Mich, flew home for his mother, Mrs. Ida O'Green's birthday recently. He was home for three days. The family gathered at the Gustav Isenberg home to celebrate the occasion. Present were the Gustav Isenbergs, Walter O' Greens and Brian, Mrs. Richard Seylar and Timmy, the Richard O'Greens and Mark, Mrs. Ida O'Green and Harold and the Wallace Dawsons and family. The Bob Himes and daughter arrived at the home of her parents, the Francis Torines June 23 from Los Alamos, New Mexico, to spend six weeks. She is the former Slieryl Torino. At the Torines for a picnic dinner to greet the Himes were Mr. anil Mrs. Arnold McCoy and Tom, the Walter C. Petersons, Emil Larsons, Lowell Larsons and Floyd McCoy. The Mervin Johnson family and the Truman Johnsons were barbecue supper guests recently at the Terry Johnson home. The Art W. Larsons and family were Saturday and Sunday guests of her aunt, Mrs. Roy Benson, Okoboji. "»»»»»» Air Condition A Camper 1 ^ WHY NOT? ASKS DICK SJOGREN Pictured above, left to right, are Wayne Goodman, Glen Jones and Dick Sjogren as they look over a new FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER just installed by Wayne and Glen of the THERMOGAS COMPANY OF ALGONA. The new conditioner may be plugged into any 110 volt outlet, if one is available, or may be operated off a generator mounted on the front of the camper. ATHERMOGAS WALL FURNACE has also been installed in the unit, and a THERMOGAS LP Gas refrigerator is being planned for the future. Dick says: "Thanks to Thermogas I will be able to travel to the most remote points of the country and still enjoy all the comforts of everyday living. My camper will be self-sustaining with air conditioning, heating, cooking and refrigeration all available at all times regardless of where I may be." THERMOGAS IS PROUD TO HAVE PLAYED AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE OUTFITTING OF THIS CAMPER - WHY NOT STOP IN AND DISCUSS YOUR NEEDS WITH US? NO OBLIGATION OF COURSE Thermogas Of Algona So. Phillips St. Where you always flit "BLUE CARPET" Service I NOTHING INTERRUPTS YOUR THERMOGAS SERVICE Ph. 295*2841

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