The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1967 · Page 6
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6-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, Nov. 14, MARGARET, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Utt, spent last weekend with her parents. She is a student at Mankato State College. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher of Whittemore spentSun- day at West Union with various relatives. JOHN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark, will be home Nov. 20 to spend his Thanksgiving holiday with his parents. He is a student at North East College at Kirksville, Mo. and is majoring in speech and drama. MRS. JOHN THUENTE went to Omaha to spend the weekend with her daughter, Esther. MRS. H. M. SMITH was dismissed Friday from St. Ann hospital where she had been a few days having some tests. Mrs. M. K. Cullen and Betty Streit, Fort Dodge, were here to see her and were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit. Mrs. Smith's ailment is not serious. MR. AND MRS. George Harris and Barbara went to Cedar Falls Saturday where Mr. Harris celebrated Dad's Day at the college with his daughter, Marilyn. Mrs. Harris and Barbara spent the time with the former's sister, Mrs. Randall Bebb. THERE WAS SOME confusion created by the death notice of Jack Johnston of Phoenix, Ariz. He was Jack m. Jack Johnson I married Anna Barslou, Bancroft, and to them were born Jack Jr., Welcome, Loretta, Frank and Perry. Welcome married John Donegen who served in World War I. He and Welcome went to Phoenix not long after he returned home. She died a few years ago. Her sister Loretta married a Mr. Hanson and lived in Des Moines. She, too, is deceased. Perry and Frank also live in Des Moines. Jack n married Cora Green. He died several years ago and it is the son, Jack HI, whose death was reported in the recent issue of the paper. MR. AND MRS. Milo Rentz received a call from their son, Sp/4 Daniel Rentz Monday afternoon from Hong Kong where he is on R & R after injuring his foot. He is stationed in Vietnam. A WOMAN'S Presbyterial meeting was held Wednesday at Ackley with several members from the local church in attendance. GLENN STRAYER has been home a few weeks from Park Hospital, Mason City, where he had surgery to correct adhesions. He is feeling quite well but is not able to do any work though he is encouraged to exercise within his ability. His ailments all began with an accident of a few years ago which required many weeks of confinement and later surgery. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hagg went to Dell Rapids, S. D. Sunday and brought back with them Mrs. Hagg's sister, Mrs. Carl Swanson, who remained here till Thursday. DAVE COWAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cowan, and Margaret Utt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Utt, spent the weekend with their respective parents. Dave is a sophomore at Mankato State • and Miss Utt is a freshman. THE LITTLE daughter born Nov. 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herbst of Anaheim, Calif., has been named Julie Ann. Mrs. Herbst's mother, Mrs. Robert Williams, went there to be of assistance after Mrs. Herbst is again in her home. Mrs. Olive Herbst is the paternal grandmother. MRS. CARL SWANSON returned Thursday to her home at Dell Rapids, having completed a visit since Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg. MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst returned Wednesday from Branson, Mo. and the Ozarks where they vacationed eight days. MR. AND MRS. Joe Bradley have had as house guest, Mrs. Pat Cullen, nee Eileen Murray, formerly of Bancroft, now living in Storm Lake. She had come to be at St. Ann hospital as much as possible while her brother, Pat Murray, Bancroft, was there following a heart attack. He is much improved and Mrs. Cullen has returned to Storm Lake. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hood had as guest from Wednesday to Monday, Mrs. Hilda Connor, Des Moines. Mrs. Connor is a sister of Mrs. Hood. Lions Club At Livermore To Sell Bulbs Nov. 15, at approximately 7 p.m., the Livermore Lions Club will be selling light bulbs door to door in Bode, Livermore, Ottosen and the local rural areas. If you wish to purchase light bulbs, leave a light on. If the Lions do not see a light, they will assume your lights have burned out and will stop to supply you with new ones. Proceeds from this sale will go to the permanent construction of bleachers on the Livermore baseball field and to the Iowa Lions Sight Conservation Foundation. Survey Shows Prescription Cost Is $3.98 The average price of a prescription in Iowa is $3.98, according to a survey made by the DON'T BE "TIED DOWN I Phone 295-3762 FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAILY East End 823 EAST STATE Grocery ALGONA, IQWA Iowa Pharmaceutical Association. The study covered 23,498 prescriptions dispensed by Iowa pharmacists in all sections of the state during a 30-day period. 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