The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1967 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 8, 1967
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4-Algono (lo.) Upper Des Moinei Tuesday, Aug. 8, 1967 fiiiiuiiiiiiMiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiHiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu MRS. SARAH SMITH left Friday with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kranz of Lockport, HI. to attend a family reunion at Cheyenne, Wyo. MR. AND MRS. Gail Towne returned Wednesday from a three week vacation at Cass Lake, Minn. MRS. SELMA GODFREDSON has been spending the summer with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Samp. She will be leaving later this month for Allison to see her brother, Albert Werner, and from there will go to Los Angeles, Calif, to spend the winter with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp. En- route she will stop at Sioux City to see her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Brandbury. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Muckey are being visited this weekend by the former's brother, Melvin, Tacoma, Wash. He has been in northern Minnesota attending a convention. For some time Mr. Muckey has been industrial mediator at Tacoma. MRS. FERN FOSTER has been in Storm Lake visiting with her granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Seiler. MRS. HARRIET LYNCH and her mother, Mrs. James Thurston, Virginia, Minn., are vacationing at a lake in Minnesota. MR. AND MRS. W. B. MacDonald have purchased the Craig Smith house at 208 E. Grove St. The Smiths are presently in residence at 504 S. Moore St. until their new home is completed. RECENT GUESTS at the Lloyd Muckeys were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Conklin who were enroute to Rapid City, S.D. Mr. Conklin is a minister in North Dakota. JUDGE AND MRS. G. W. Stillman went to Austin, Minn. Sunday to meet their daughter, Marcia, Mrs. Dan Jones, and sons of LaCrosse, Wise., who will be here for a 10-day visit. Mr. Jones will join them here the following Friday. DR. AND MRS. L. R. Potter are going to Vermillion, S. D. next weekend to be present when their son Don receives his masters degree in education. HORACE KING, well-known former Algonan, has written friends here of plans to leave his home in Sunnyvale, Calif, on August 7 for a visit with friends in this area. MRS. JERRY CARMAN and children drove to Minneapolis to meet her husband who arrived by plane after a business trip to New York and Chicago. They will spend a few days here before returning to their home at Dallas. SOCIETY NEWS WEEKLY PARTY Mrs. W. E. Hawcott was hostess at the bridge party at Algona Country Club Aug. 2. Winners were Mrs. James Everds, Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. Merlyn Baker. - o- FAREWELL PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klatt and Carl were given a neighborhood farewell party Saturday evening, July 29. Present were Messrs and Mesdames Orville Duncan, Ray Gilbert and Martha, Bob Darbyshire, Jim Lowman, Elmer Cook, Don Hemmingsen, Karen Klatt, Minneapolis, and Sharon Greiman, St. James, Minn. Those unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Pudge Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cogdall. Refreshments were served. The Hatts are being transferred toStorden, Minn, where Mr. Klatt will manage a plant for Tuloma Gas Products. - o - HOSTS VISITORS Mrs. Bill Carman entertained at a coffee party Tuesday morning in honor of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jerry Carman and three children, Dallas, Texas, who are visiting the Garmans and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L Algona Girl's Exhibit To Clay Co. Fair Godfredson, former Algonan, who has been spending the summer with her son Lowell and family. Guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Post Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Mrs. Bernadine Allen, Mrs. Esther Helberg, Mrs. Hazel Vera and Mrs. Leota Geigel. The afternoon was spent at cards. WESLEY S3 By Mrs. Viola Studer BECKY TIELEBEIN Becky Tielebein, Algona, will demonstrate first aid hints at the Clay County Fair in September. Becky's demonstration includes some very important health aid tips such as the stocking and maintenance of first aid kits for emergencies. Her exhibition may be observed at the Kossuth County Fair next week. Lichter, Burt. Members of the Fortnightly Club of Burt who were guests included Esther Balding, Elva Boettcher, Ethel Dremmel, Lydia Schwietert, Genevieve Lydia Schwietert, Genevieve Graham, Theda Christensen and her daughter, Betty, Tulsa, Okla. Guests from Algona were Fidelis Hibbs, Camilla Metzger, Mary Ellen Boudewyns, Carol Gotten, Elsie Dugan, Marie Ewen and her daughter, Mary Ann Daizy and baby, Rockville, Md. -• o ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Mrs. Myra Ostrum entertained a few friends at a one o'clock luncheon Friday for Mrs. Selma Dave Williams, Jr. of De Kalb, HI., spent a .week recently with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrauth. Also, Brent Williams of De Kalb visited his grandparents and other relatives in this area for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goetz and three sons of Newport News, Va. arrived the latter part of last week for a week's visit in his parental, Lee Goetz home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrauth and the Geo. Lickteigs of Wesley, the Bernard Schrauths, Jr. of Emmetsburg, and the Floyd Byrnes of Moorland attended the wedding of the former couple's granddaughter, Nancy Williams, daughter of the Dave Williams', De Kalb, HI., to Bob Menchofer of Oak Ridge, Tenn., June 10 in the University chapel in De Kalb. Jerry, Judy and Joyce, children of the Jerry Ferstls of Algona, came Saturday for a week's visit with Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and John while their parents make a trip to Durango, Colo. to visit the R. E. Newbroughs, former Wesleyans. Jan and John Ferstl are being cared for by a relative and a friend. Mrs. Pfeffer and house guests went to Ames Sunday to visit her son John Pfeffer and family. INVEKTMY CLEARANCE ONE WEEK ONLY- AUG ANY TV OR STEREO-COMBINATION THEATRE IN STOCK. VALUES TO $1,000 ... 35 MODELS T S 7-12 95 M A 95 • M WITH ^f TRADE-IN FREE COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES 616 DIAGONAL STREET 8ENE FAULSTION

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