The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1967 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 26, 1967
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16-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinei Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1967 ART OLSEN, Tom Sampson and John Kain returned last week from a fishing trip to Northern Minnesota, northwest of Itasca State Park. They came home with the usual fish stories, common to all fishermen, and quite a collection of bullheads, witli a northern here and there. MR. AND MRS. Sam Medin recently returned from a visit in California with their son, Carl and family. Carl recently suffered a severe coronary attack. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin. The son Russell, Whittmore, was recently dismissed from St. Ann Hospital. AL CUTLER, resident at Good Samaritan, was visited Friday by his niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moller, Union City, Mich. DINNER GUESTS last Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowmans were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier, Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. RogenRadig and family, Lone Rock; anQ Mrs. Sarah Lallier. A. L. BROWN, former county agent here and now living at Salix where he and his late wife moved some time ago, was here to attend a Farm Bureau meeting and visited many old friends. He makes his home with his son Gordon and wife on a farm at Salix. Kenneth is deceased and the third son, Douglas, lives in New Jersey. Mr. Brown and his late wife and Mrs. Evalyn McDougall and tier late husband were close friends and Mr. Brown went from here to call on Mrs. McDougall at Park Clinic. MRS. KATHRYN Mahoney lias had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Chris Eckhart, Middlesex, New Jersey, a nephew and wife who came to see Mr. Eckhart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart and aunt, Mrs. Mary Nelson, at Humboldt. They also visited friends atSwea City. Another caller was Mrs. Charles Barrickman, Glendale, Calif., who came via plane to Omaha and was met the re by Mrs. Claude Ostwinkle, Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Barrickman then came to Des Moines to visit Mrs. John Rackers, mother of Mrs. Ost- winkle, and then to Humboldt to visit her sister, Mrs. Bruce Eckhart, and Mrs. Mary Nelson, mother of the women. MRS. WILLIAM COOK and her sister, Mrs. Emily Block, went to Britt to see Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Hayaes, both hospitalized there. TOM NORWOOD, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Norwood is here from Tacoma, Wash.,andis visiting Mrs. Esther Barton, the Ted Hoovers, Fern Youngs and Dean Andrews. He left here when a small child and has lived in Tacoma since then. Mr. Norwood is a cousin of Harry Barton and the late Cleve Barton. He was dinner guests Thursday of the Harry Bartons. Mrs. Esther Barton was visited Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool of Renwick. Mrs. Barton is still confined to her home with a sever cold. MARY JANE Ostwinkle, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Paul Ost- winkle, is employed as secretary with the Lloyd Laird Co. of Minneapolis. She came home for the weekend and accompanied Diane Egan of Wesley, who is also employed in the Twin Cities. Mary Jane is living in an apartment with Linda Fritz of Wesley at the home of Linda's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding. MRS. KEITH STRAYER spent a day last week at Clear Lake with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Rule. LEE HOPKINS is in Veterans Hospital at Des Moines following surgery. His sisters Mrs. Marie Hawcott, Bee Hopkins and Mrs. Ada Bailey of Mason City have been with him, but returned home after a day with him. He is making good recovery.' MR. AND MRS. Ralph Donovan are home after spending most of the summer at their cottage at Okoboji. Ralph had not been as well as usual and was hospitalized at Spencer part of the time. MRS. KATHRYN Mahoney was recently brought home from Minneapolis where she had spent a couple of weeks with her son- in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig, Tom, Becky and Jane, and was joined there by another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Storck, Douglas and David, Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig and Joyce and Jane brought her home. STAFF SGT. Neal Hintz, brother of Mrs. Paul Seeley, is in Fitzsimmons Hospital, Denver, Colo, where he has had major surgery. His mother, Mrs. Laura Hintz, makes her home here with the Seeleys most of the time. Sgt. Hintz has been in service the past 23 years. MR. AND MRS. Carl Hutchins have had as a guest the latter's cousin, Ralph Ashelford, DeKalb, 111. The Ashelford family is well- known here. It is 15 years since he lias been in Algona. SOCIETY NEWS JOLLY NEIGHBORS The Jolly Neighbors Club at Lotts Creek met Tuesday evening, September 19 witli Caroline Luedtke as hostess. Ten members answered roll call with a Fall Arrangement. One guest was present. The program for the coming year was discussed. Gladys Fuerstenau provided some games for entertainment. The next meeting will be October 18 with Edna Meyer as hostess. - o HOSTS AT RALLY The Algona Zone L. W. M. L. Fall Rally will be held on Wednesday, September 27th. Hosts will be the Trinity Lutheran Church of Algona. Registration and coffee hour will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. with opening devotions at 10:30. Rev. Frank Koepke of Burlington, former missionary to Japan will be the main speaker. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Dick Meyer was hostess to her birthday club Sept. 13. Mrs. Kate Schroeder will be the next hostess Oct. 1'. - o - 'NEWCOMERS MET Newcomers Club met Sept. 19 at 7:45 p. m. with Donna Knuth and Evelyn McAfee hostesses. New members are Mary Lippencott, Frances Caloo, Marie Bazen, Nancy Ripley and Vera Olson. High 500 was won by DOIHKI Etheriiiglon and low, Ann Anderson. Charlotte Nold was high at bridge and Mary Lippencott, low. Door prize was won by Sharon Kooyman. Films were shown by members of the League of Women Voters. - o WEEKLY BRIDGE The ladies of the Algona Country Club held their weekly bridge party Sept. 20. Winners were Mrs. Merlin Baker, Mrs. William Navoichick and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. The last meeting will be next week with Mrs. Roland Ostwald hostess. Give your treasured time piece the care it deserves. Depend upon our experts for repairs in record time. Prices are low. REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY, We'd like to take this opportunity to thank the many people who attended our gala celebration last Thursday. We were most pleased with the huge turnout for our open house. It is always our goal to please you folks in any way we can. With this in mind, we held our celebration. And if you're in the mood for a new car, please stop in at our garage - we think we have what you like. Or if you're passing through, we invite you to stop at our fine service station. WINNERS IN THE DRAWING FOR $5.00 EACH WERE: Helen Dodd, Dakota City Mrs. Vic Rochleau, Algona M. M. Dunphy, Whittemore Mrs. Lawrence Schiltz, Algona Michael P. Schmit, Algona Melvin Schultze , Clare Carl E. Dahlgreen, Clarion Andy Brones, Armstrong Earl Smith, West Bend Rosalie Bonavia, Wesley Dean James, Hardy Harm C»kUken, Titonka LaVon Runkle, Humboldt Mrs. Bob Oppendahl, Renwick LaVonne Hauptman, Algona SCHULTZ BROS. Transportation Headquarters South Phillips BUICK - PONTIAC GAS FOR LESS CADILLAC Algona, Iowa

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