The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1967 · Page 11
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4-Algeng (la.) Upper D>> Motrtet Tuesday, Aug. 19, 1967 AlgOnCtn IS One dau ^ hter Preceded her in Engaged To pminnmimiiimmimiiiiinraniiiiinnnii E-GroveGirl H QM Rocfcj • By Mrs. Wm. E. Marlow ji Guests last week at the Bernard Miller home for a picnic supper were Mrs. Margaret Ewoldt, Leon Graig and Jim, Mrs. John Christenson, Lori and Jimmy, all from Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ewoldt from Algona. Mrs. Woodrow Pettit and Peggy took Lance Corp. Richard Pettit to Omaha last week where he caught the plane for Camp Pen||, dleton, Calif. Argil accompanied ^ them while they visited the Heri' bert Underwood family in Omaha. They also stopped at Logan and visited the Butch Pettits. Mrs. E.A. Lee was hostess at a belated birthday party Thursday morning for Mrs. Nan Blanchard. Guests were Julianna Jackson, Fern Krueger, Margaret Jones, Ruth Blanchard and Susan Nes- wold of Britt. Lenore Madison and Marine Jensen were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Krueger attended the wedding of Jonathan Dacken, son of Rev. and Mrs. Russell Dacken this weekend at Mound, Minn. They also spent Sunday at the Hermit Kruegers. Several people from Lone Rock attended the funeral of Oscar Riley at West Bend. Mr. Riley was an uncle of Mrs. Merwin Marlow. Pam and Pat Thompson spent last week in Minneapolis with their aunt and uncle, the Gary Schultzs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson and Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and family of Whittemore spent a week vacationing in northern Minnesota, Canada and Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ewoldt visited the Hilbert Stohtenberg family of Pipestone, Minn, and at Canton, So. Dak. with Helmuch and Emil Timm, ^iiiiiiiHiinniiiiitiiiiiiiitiiftDiini 1SWEA-EAGLE Several persons attended funeral services for long-time residents of this area, Mrs. Henry Schuler and NelsGodfred- son, last week at the First Methodist Church, SweaCity. Another long-time resident of Grant township, Mrs. Earl Richardson, will also be long remembered. Her funeral was also at the Methodist church. Anita and Nancy, daughters of the Roger Holcombs, Mason City, are spending a few days this week at the home of Mrs. P.A, Hoi- comb. The Maynard Hurlburts visited at the Mancil Hurlburts at their cottage at Fox Lake over the weekend. The Tom Prestons were Tuesday dinner guests at the Clarence Tokheim home at Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Himes have moved from Los Alamos, New Mexico, to Waukon, Iowa, where he has accepted the position of elementary principal. The Himes had been at Los Alamos for the past seven years. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torino went to Los Alamos the previous week to help the Himes move their personal and household effects to Waukon. Mrs. Himes is the former Sheryl Torine. Gary and Kay McCoy came from Decatur, HI. Saturday to join their parents, the J. A. McCoys who are vacationing at Okoboji with the Leon McCoys at their cottage. GERALDINE OLSON Rev. and Mrs. Bernard G. Olson of Eagle Grove announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Geraldine Marie, to Mr. John Raymond Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert of Algona. The wedding is planned for Jan. 13 at the Methodist church in Waterloo. Miss Olson is an instructor at Young School of Beauty in Waterloo; Mr. Gilbert is a member of the Iowa Highway Patrol. Dr. Eividge, Ex-Lone Rock Man, Passes LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorff of Yale attended funeral services at Red Oak Thursday for Dr. George Eividge, 71, St. Petersburg, Florida, who died in a Red Oak hospital after being stricken with a heart ailment while visiting relatives of Mrs. Eividge there. Dr. Eividge was the son of Joseph and Stella Peck Eividge. Born at Burt June 19, 1896, he grew to manhood at Lone Rock and attended St. John's High School, Bancroft, University of Minnesota and medical school at the University of Illinois. After a number of years of practicing medicine at Perry, they moved to St. Petersburg. He is survived by his wife, the former Frances Giltner of Rfiri Oak, two sisters, Mrs. R.J. Edwards (Neva), Sandstone, Minn. £Hu mlS.- Ruy Jensen (Berhice), Lone Rock; and one brother, James of California. Funeral services were held at the Nelsen Funeral Chapel, Red Oak Thursday, and following cremation at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha, interment was at Riverview Cemetery, Algona. - o- EX-RESIDENT DIES Lone Rock friends of the Frank Yates family of Sulphur Springs, Arkansas, were saddened by news of the death of Mrs. Yates, 73, Aug. 12 following a lingering illness. Mrs. Yates was born near Lone Rock, daughter (Sylvia) of the Wm. Dehnerts. Following her marriage to Frank Yates, they lived for several years on the farm now occupied by Roy Bierle. Services and burial were held Aug. 22 at Clinton, HI,, a former home. Survivors include her husband, two sons, three daughters, one sister and twabrothers. For safe turnpike travel, get this famous tire., the 500 3 51 This famous tire costs only 9 2 to T 3 more than the tires that came on your new car! Come in and x,et our low price on your size. Let us put them on your car today! ALL TIRES AM un i f i" • SPEEDWAY-PROVED FOR TURNPIKE SAFETY - This famous passenger car tire gives you many of the high speed safety and performance features developed from more than 50 years of racing experience. • SUPER-WELD RACE TIRE CONSTRUCTION provides maximum protection against tread separation due to heat b'aild-'.jp at high speeds. » EXCLUSIVE WRAP-AROUND PRECISION TREAD provides >uperb traction and stability at turnpike speeds on winding roads. 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