The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
Page 29
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Burt-Lone Rock Monitor Published By Th« Upper DM Moinet Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa 8-Alsona do.) Melnei Dennis Waller. Editor Thursday, July 27, 1967 Mrs. Ruby Hinckley, News Lone Rock Lady Returns From Lengthy Trip LONE ROCK-Mrs. Art Priebe recently went on a lecture tour course in American history by Greyhound bus. They left June 5 and returned July G. There were 81 in the group, including two instructors. This was a &-hour credit course. Historical places of interest where stops were made included Augusta College, Niagara Falls, Ft. Niagara, Montreal Expo '07, Quebec, Boston, Lexington and Concord, Emerson's Hawthorne, highlight at New York was a circle line boat towed around Manhattan at night. mm m m** • Philadelphia, Betsy Ross' home, Valley Forge, the Gettysburg battlefield, all places of interest at Washington, D. C., were visited, President Kennedy's grave and the watching of the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier. Many eastern colleges were; also visited. The trip included touring 20 states in 24 days, and covered 0,000 miles. iiuiiimiminiiiniiiiimiinnw Lone Rock By Mrs. Jesse Blanchard luniiiiiuiimiHiitiiiinuinniuiuiiiiflniiiuiinininMWir CALL ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES FOR The Lone Rock ladies 500 club met at the Legion hall Wednesday with Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Mrs. Jim Long hostesses. There were five tables and lucky ladies winning prizes were Mrs. Lloyd Hutcliinson, Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and Mrs. Dave Lynch. Hostesses for next month are Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Dave Weber and Mrs. William Marlow. Lenore circle met at the home of June Weisbrod, with Virginia Wegener assisting. There were 14 members and four guests present. Mrs. Art Priebe had the lesson. There will be no August meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow met Mr. and Mrs. Don Houck from Keystone at the McKintosh State Park, Clear Lake, and spent the weekend there camping and boating. Mrs. Rose Kraft arrived home Sunday from Portland, Ore. where she spent a month visiting her brother, M. A. Borchard. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Engesser, John and Brenda from Carpen- teria, Calif, were Saturday night supper guests at the Sam McCleish home. Their daughter, Patsy, Mason City, was home for the weekend. Tom McCleish, who is stationed at Camp Guernsey, Wyo., will be home Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the Art Priebe home were Rev. and Mrs. Preull and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Fenton. Allan Marlow, who is working in Mankato this summer, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, the William Marlows. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Edleman of Seattle, Wash., were guests at the Dave Weber home last week. Cindy Weber visited over the weekend with her grandparents, the Dave Webers. Mrs. Helen Christoffer, Shelbyville, Mo., is here visiting the Baxters and other friends and relatives in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Weimer of Whittier, Calif., became parents of a 0 Ib. 15 oz. baby boy July 20. He has a sister, Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt will leave for California Sunday by plane. Mrs. Jim Elmore and Mrs. Julia Taylor called at the Leslie Baxter home Tuesday. Wednesday evening callers were the Art Zu'machs, Ted Bonstetters from West Bend, and the Roland Stueves from Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baxter called at the Aaron Ernst home at Emmetsburg. Friday evening, her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, also her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. John Snider, were also there. Portland Folks Fete Man From New Jersey PORTLAND - Mrs. Howard Sparks and Daryl were Wednesday supper guests in the Guy Dimond home. This was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dimond of New Jersey, who were recently honored at a retirement dinner [;iven liy Bell Telephone Labs, in whose employ lie has been for 41 years. He has patents on 41 inventions in the field of tele- phonies. During the evening they showed pictures they took last fall in Northern Africa, Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms and family, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kline and Cindy and Duane Peter enjoyed a family get-together, picnic dinner and boating. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith visited Mrs. Sumner Parsons at Mason City Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dimond of Colts Neck, New Jersey, and Betty Tlach were Thursday supper guests in the home of Mrs. Howard Sparks and Daryl. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy enjoyed a picnic supper Sunday evening at the Richard Grosser home in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Grosser of West Bend were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan and family of Davenport came to spend the weekend with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mrs. Tom Trenary and the Ralph Dugans visited Tom Trenary at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Saturday and Sunday. It is believed Tom is slowly improving. He was brought by ambulance last Thursday from Park Hospital at Mason City, to St. Ann. Mrs. Bernard Phelps went to Fort Dodge Monday to bring Bernard Phelps home from Lutheran hospital where he has been since last Wednesday and had undergone surgery. Mrs. Sumner Parsons was taken to the Park Hospital, Mason City, Saturday noon. She is getting along fairly well. Mrs. Johnny Harms entertained at a birthday party in honor of their daughter, Dixie's 7th birthday. Those attending were Dawn Opheim, Sheila and Shari Angus, DiAnna Smidt, Lori and Shelly Keith, Melody Mawdsley, Julie Scott, Pam Strange, Marlene and Ranee Zwiefel, Debbie Christensen, Debra, DeAnn, Doug and Denise Harms. A family get-together was held Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox of Templeton, who will spend a few days; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cox and family of Harlan, Eugene Meister of Upper Iowa U., Mary Ann Goetz, Oelwein, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Brett. Eugene Meister and Mary Ann Goetz went to Sargent, Minn. Sunday evening. Mary Ann's grandfather, Mike Goetz of Sargent, formerly of Wesley, died suddenly Saturday evening. He had been riding a tractor in a field at the time and it is not known here as yet just what happened. The funeral was Wednesday at Brownsville, Minn, and burial was at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister attended the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister entertained Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Bernard Meister's birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister and BUI and Mr. and Mrs. John Welp Mrs. Frank Ryerson and Mrs. Joyce Crosby and daughter, Citra, Fla., called at the Bernard Meister home Friday. r • • • + • • NHMf Reutzel, our local garage flew off the west turn of the Go Kart Track. 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