The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Augutt 3, 1967 Shy men And Shoppers Have Fun Harlan Marlow, Mrs. Wm. Marlow, Laurie, Deann and Donna Marlow, and Debbie and Gina Collins from Livermore. Scott and Darrin Dreyer are staying with their grandparents, the Frank Dreyers and the Arno Juhls while their folks are on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander of Algona were Sunday callers at the Leo Ramus home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener and family of Swea City, and Mrs. Clara Rath of Algona were Sunday guests at the Maurice Weisbrod home. Sunday afternoon callers at the Georgia Marlow home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Collins of Liver more. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow and Deann, Mr. ard Mrs. George Kissner, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Marlow and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. William Marlow, Laurie, Connie and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. Kearn Marlow from Humboldt, and Debbie and Gina Collins, Livermore. mnmiimmiiifliiiMiiiinimniiiii ST. JOE Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and niece, Barbara Wagner, returned home Monday evening from Fort Wayne, Ind. Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, spent from July 7 with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anderson and family at Ashland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kruse, Fort Wayne, and spent Sunday in Ashland with the Anderson family. Eileen Wagner accompanied by Yvonne Hess, Fort Dodge, drove to Colorado Springs, Colo. Saturday and from there, accompanied by Janet Reding, left Sunday via plane from Denver for Los Angeles. After 24 hours there and a tour through Disneyland, they went via plane for a week's trip to Hawaii. Roger Bormann, Clarion, former resident underwent major surgery in University Hospital, Iowa City last week. these Ridiculous Days snapshots you can observe a local combo, "The Sliymen" as tliey sing out in the spirit of things, and part of the crowd which made the gala event such a huge success. (UDM Newsfotos) Ottosen Folks Attend Zinnel Family Reunion OTTOSEN-The Zinnel family reunion was held at Spencer Sunday afternoon with about 70 present. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Bonnie and Drenda Jacobson from here and the Richard Krauses of LuVorne attended. - o - Visitors at the Ralph Richards home Thursday were Melba Fox and her mother, Mrs. Merle Fox from Forest City. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth was a Friday caller. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. John Lynaugh and some friends, all from Rochester, Minn., visited the Richards. Mrs. Lynaugh, who is a surgical nurse in Rochester, is a niece of Mrs. Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speich and Michelle and Edwin Speich returned Friday after a two-week vacation to Seattle, Wash. The Norman Speichs stayed over night at the Antone Speichs before returning to their home in Hampton Saturday. Blake and Julie Banwart, children of the James Banwarts, went to spend a few weeks with relatives at Hancock, Minn. Tammy and Jodie, children of the Delbert Wehrspanns of Sioux City, stayed with their grandparents, the Lester Wehrspanns, last wekk. Tuesday, Lester Wehrspanns went to Sioux City to help Tammy celebrate her fifth birthday. Wednesday night, Mrs. Carroll Adams and Mrs. Hal Thomas and family of St. Louis were supper guests of the Lloyd Adams, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left for St. Louis Thursday, leaving Deborah and Patricia to stay with Mrs. Carroll Adams for awhile. Mrs. Adams and the two girls had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Al Goodell at Humboldt Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius had dinner with the Alf Lees at Stratford following the confirmation of Tom Lee in the Methodist church there. Others there for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl of Humboldt, Barbara Lee of Mason City, Oliana Vinaas of Ottosen and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Smeby and children of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Mike House and family of Ft. Dodge were weekend guests at the Donald Cooper home. Friday afternoon, Mrs. Jennie Bratland visited her sister-in- law, Mrs. Olaf Olson, Humboldt. She also called on Mrs. Jessie Silbaugh and Lars Wergeland at the Humboldt Care Center, Mrs. Bratland visited the Harold Dalils and the Sherman Silbaughs where she stayed overnight. The Howard HeUicksons attended funeral services for George Hansen at Humboldt Monday. Ed Granseth and Mrs. Carol Thudium, Cedar Falls, met the Ivan Evensons in Humboldt for dinner Sunday. That morning, TRUCK LOAD MARTIN SENOUR PAINTS 1 DAY ONLY | M °NARCH HOUSE Tues., Aug. 8 MONARCH HOUSE PAINT Regular Price SALE $7.89 PRICE "3000" OUTSIDE WHITE Regular Price SALE $5.59 PRICE 60c $499 pergal, You Save,, You Save,,.' $1.35 $R54 • ^^ pergal, ACRYLIC LATEX HOUSE PAINT WHITE Regular $ 7 . 89 SALE Price p R|CE You Save.,. $1.39 $050 pergal. FARM GUARD LATEX BARN PAINT RICH RED Regular $5 . 15 SALE $4 Q4 PRICE "pergal, You Save,,, $111 White Slightly Higher TRUCK Will BE LOCATED IN PARKING IOT BEHIND OUR S7QKI Sorter's Davis Paint Store 3 E. STATE Steve Evenson arrived in Humboldt after finishing summer training in the National Guard. Mr. Granseth is Mrs. Evenson's father. I WESLEY m By Mrs. Viola Studer ALGQNA Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Vince Eisenbacher and Judy, Ed and Joe Eisenbacher were guests in the Joe Studer home near Algona Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday of their sister, Mrs. (Flavia) Joe Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellick of Britt and Father Linus Eisenbacher of Odebolt were also guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kass and Sharon and Cindy of Milwaukee, Wise., spent several days at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Tillie Matz. They visited other relatives in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wenger and Sherry returned July 24 from a week's outing at Ely, Minn. Mr. Wenger was on a two week's vacation from the Exchange State Bank where he serves as farm representative. Mrs. Wenger was on vacation from Weiden- hoffs, Algona. Sherry will resume her duties as elementary art instructor at Cresco this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lickteig and children left by plane Tuesday last week for a visit with her parents and other relatives at Providence, R. L The LeRoy Grandgenetts and Mrs. Mary Weber were Thursday evening guests in the John Roeder home in Algona in honor of Sandy Roeder's third birthday. Other guests were the John Altaians and the George Roeders, Igona. Mrs. Sara Raney entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mary Beth Nelson arrived home Thursday from Sioux City where she had attended an eight week summer school at Briar Cliff College. She will attend the college this fall for her fourth year. Mary Beth is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson. - o - Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard and family returned Wednesday evening from a five-day visit with friends at Clinton. They visited their son, Dick, who is employed by a construction company at Martelle. Mr. and Mrs. George Wellick, Justin and Sidney of Charles City were July 23 evening dinner guests in the parental R. C. Bauer home. Robert Wingert, son of the Clair Wingerts, has enlisted in the Marine Corps and is presently undergoing eight weeks of recruit training at San Diego, Calif. Sister Ignatius of Sioux City, spent a week recently in her parental Vince Eisenbacher home. Mrs. Olive Erdman attended the Norwegian Festival at Decorah and was a guest in the home of her son, Lowell Erdman and family. Her daughter and family, the Wayne Cleggs, took her to Decorah Tuesday. They were enroute to their home in Eaton Rapids, Mich, following a visit with Mrs. Erdman and the Chas. Vestrems. Mr. and Mrs. David Hilbert and Jerry Ray of Algona and his sister, Becky Hilbert, Wesley, returned Thursday from a ten day visit with their two sisters, Judy and Mary Hilbert, Denver, Colo. Mary came back with them and will spend the two weeks vacation in her parental Norbert Hilbert home. Mrs. Viola Studer entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Lone Rock Gina and Debbie Collins of Livermore have been spending a few days with their aunt and uncle, the Merwin Marlows. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierle and family were Sunday evening callers at the Allwin Lockwood home. Mr. and Mrs. David Weber, Jr. from Chowchilla, Calif, stopped at the Dave Weber home this weekend on their way to Osage to work at the Osage Medical Group for one month. They are both studying to become doctors. Mrs. Georgia Marlow celebrated her 79th birthday Saturday morning, July 29th. Callers were Mrs. Bett Pettit, Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Mrs. George Kissner and Mrs. William Marlow. An afternoon surprise party was held in her honor. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Vic Whalen, Mrs. Edna Stow ofDolliver,Mrs. John Bellinger and Jon, Mrs. Eugene Marlow and Michael, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. George Kissner, Mrs. Announcing Buick's new GS-340. (The minipriced GS-400.) If you read the papers, you know hmv great our now- ruinous GS-400 is. 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