The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 18
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«-Alj»6na (la,) Uppw DM Moton fhuritfoy, Juft* M, Dr. and Mrs. H. k. Richard sort spent the weekend at Dei Molnes. , Mr, and Mrs, Lloyd Pool are on a fishing trip in northern Min nesota. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stillman left Saturday for a vacation of a Week at Spicer. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Fried Geigel have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grimm; Oak" Harbor, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook lef Wednesday on a five week va cation on the west coast. • Mr. and Mrs. -John Homer were; visited 'Saturday! ,by Mr and Mrs,' Wayne Eaton, Ruthven Dr. and *4rs. H. C. Aillaud will hatfe'as 1 Weekend guests Mr and .Mrs! W.' C. Aillaud, .Newton Mr. and Mrs. John Thuenie were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. William Sahguin, Cherokee. Mrs. Dallas Kleiri and Ricky were at Mason City Monday. Mrs. Klein had minor surgery at the Park clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams spent Sunday at Iowa Lake and were met there by Mr. and-Mrs. . Earl Fisher of Gaylord. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld had as guests a few days this week their daughter, Mrs, Marion Donohue and sons Jim and David, Forest City. : Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schilmoel- ler land Lloyd spent Sunday ai; Ames and observed Fathers Day and the birthdays of their son, Cordell and his wife. . ^ .;;;•; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey took the " grandson , Kirk. Will home with them ; Sunday, when they went to Welcome, Minn., tc • spend Fathers Da^ with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Will. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers came from Fort Dodge to spend the weekend with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Helmers. Mr. Hehners .had not been well but is now improving. Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Allen have had as guests the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zahn, ^inter Park, Fla;, who have con> tluded the visit. Fathers 'Day jhey had as guests the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen, Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zahn, Waverly. . ; • ' Helen Dingley has 'relumed from a visit of a few days ait Des Moines with Mr. - and Mrs. W.B.Nugent.. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor will h'ave as' guest this week the 1'at- ter's mother, Mrs. Herbert Zielske, Lake Mills. . " ! ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith returned Sunday from a visit since Thursday at Greene with Mr. and .Mrs. Elvin Moore. , Cheryl, daughter of Mr. ant and Mrs. James Egli,'spent las week at Manson with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Widen, .... :'.•<.;• ' . ••. -v. Mrs. Sarah Smith has had as guest her daughter Mrs. Harry Kranz, Lockport, 111. She 1 'came to 'attend a family .reunion Sunday at the K. G. Hall. ..Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post, Bob, Joan and Rex • and' Pam and Richard Johnson' spent Sunday at Camp Foster at the Okobojis with the son Rickie whb is there for a 'vacation. , • . : . ' Mr. ari'd Mrs. Mitch Taylor and family spent the weekend at the Okobojis in their trailer house. They also visited with their son Larry who is at Camp Foster for tWo weeks. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen ind their house guests Mr.-'and Mrs. J. G. Mouw, Orange City' were guests Thursday evening of Vbr. and Mrs.,L. L. Riter at an outdoor, steak fry. Glenn Siraye'r has been home a;week from the hospital at Rochester,* Minn., where he was taken after multiple injuries . in an 'auto accident several weeks ago.;; •:'-;• Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strayer and Dennis spent Monday at Fort Dodge. Mr. Strayer took a course of instructions prior to taking over the Standard.oil station. . Mr. and Mrs.. Clayton Pittman arid' Mr. and 'Mrs. James Egli have returned from a few day's vacation at White Water,;State Park, Minn. Mr. .and Mrsi Egli have also been "at Fox Lake. Mr. and Mrs.'Gail Haase and family and Mrs. Osta Thompson spent Sunday at Renwick and a family picnic was held at Mr. and Mrs. Ray Larsons. They were jolHed by relatives from Eagle TfTe HAPPY You get the happy taste of .fresh, sun-ripened citrus fruit in every bright and bubbly sip. PICK UP A 6-PACK CapYHISHT l»«l, THE f OUIRT COMPANY THE KIDS DON'T ASK FOR A DRINK OF WATER AT. I N16HT ANYMORE. ..THEY INSIST OM CONSOLIDATED MILKJ...OM-M- SAY- THEV KNOW Consolidated Co-op Creameries SERVING ALGONA, WHIHEMORE, !5WEA CITY, FENTON, LONE ROCK AND BURT PHONE WHITTEMORE 8-3361 FOR THE FRESHEST IN DELIVERED DAIRY PRODUCTS Grove. * l A C. D, A. retreat was Held a Cedar Falls from Friday til Sunday and in attendance from here jvere Mrs. Nellie Van Allen Mrs. Mae O'BMen and Mrs. Hilda Nemmers and Mrs, Agnes Menke of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Hansen were visited from Wednesday till Friday by Mr. and Mrs. J. G Mouw, Orange City. Other guests Sunday were their daughter Sheila, R. N., and Charles Tippin, Mason City. A Fathers Day picnic was held Sunday at Spirit Lake for William Beck, Dickens. In attend- mce were Mr. 'and Mrs. Leonard Seek, Dickens, Mr. and Mrs. John Corner, Mrs. Vern James, of 3radenton, Fla. and James Romer. Jack Allen has returned from few days visit at Davenport with Eugene Stiles 'and at Clirt- ton with his cotlsih and net- bond, Mr. ahd Mrs. Cecil Bert- rieV, at Clinton, M>s. BenneftJs the former Virginia 'Qood, a res* ideht here soni6, time Fred has had pf the dea,th of her uncle, Us& Bush, at Kent, Wash., June fl, " was borft April 22, 1869' an< many years ago lived on a fafit south of town. Later he operated a cafe on the, present Algona ho« tel site. He married ttellife Mullica, sister of the late Mrs. Geb Hackman. Later, Mr. 'and Mrs, Bush moved to Minneapolis where for some time he was'eri* gineer on the Milwaukee rail* road. They later Amoved to Wash* irigton Where Mb. Bush dietf 'l& 1948. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein" Mickey have returned ._. vacation of'a week at the Ob'6'-- bojis. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Siockwell " - ' * ^-... ... . . i ' ^ *.is, - / i . ' ' • • f . i wefe at MMcheStfif. Monday te visit Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Jennings Mr. JenningSifs fecdvering ftbm a heart attack., , Mti.Luelia fiaks MftL. H, H. " *|{£ nawha, • td" AHl'fis last 1 Wee'kem to observe'.the birthday/f of t)f Stewart ahd J5f. Durwood Baker Recent guests ef Mr«. Clem Cavahaugh were Mr. ahd, Mri Harold Tiefney, Milford .and Mr and Mrs. Dale Albright, 1 Forl Dodge. • •>.- ', '; f.r : |* Jeaheiie Sorensen is attending the University, of Colbfado'ttt Boulder this summer aHd'wiii 'ts* sume her teaching position, at Austin, Minn, next fall: • , *;•, { '. Mi 1 . and'Mrti Wayne Simmon*, Kansas - City, 1( Mo.,,visited,' wfth Camp,Tt>Ofdthy J ^Melba Either De v and Caroli ( The(,.Simhl6ns ;-tH$o " spent a day at^Burt with" Mr. ahd Mrs. Jdhrtttle '' and Mm. Lewis Kit* toihie Mye been here from Ea« Wls. and efter a brie .-visit W4 t with Jriends left fdr : afi Jpokane,- Wash. At 6nd they will visit Mf fS, Marion -Rlsjt and en route <they will stop at Tucfion Ari2oha., to visit Mr. and Mrd Myrle Griggs. . Mf. and M«. Frank Vera had Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagen, Titonka, as supper guests Moftdfiy. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Pratt have received an announcement from their son, fJerald E. Pratt, of his marriage June 9 td Marilyn 'Lee Duvitsky, Brooklyn, N. Y. The bridegroom is stationed on the LJ. S. S. Charles R. Ware. A Brother, Melvin Pratt, of the same rating, is stationed at White Plains, N/ ,Y. _.Mr,. and Mrs. Gerald Peterson and Mr. and MM. Dick returned Friday from la 4-day ilshfng trip to northern-Minne-/ Mrs. Fleila Barter 1 , Cttkdib City, -and Mr. and Mrs, HowarH Blanchei-dy Mason City,' visitefl recently, at the Ezra Blanehard °flebekah lod$e will fh«el Jurt* 27 for a potluck Supper at 6:30 at the Izaak Walton League hall Each member is asked to bring her own table service. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell have returned from ' a-* visit at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson arid a fishliig trip at Augusta Beach..They caught their-limit. They Wave also vis* ited Mr; and Mrs, William Tillman, Sioux City. Mrs. fiess McColl of WdodWafct and Mr* , MohM LeMIslei* of fioofte were ,h6W>red Recently with a efcyear chartefc m- of th" *^ • WE STILL HAVE OPENINGS FOR MEN^ WOMEN ANP "MlXEp^ I0UBLES TEAMS FOR THE FALL SEASON - SIGN UP NOW TO BOWL IN KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST AND MOST MODERN BOWLING LANES; ~;WHERE PEOPLE "BbWL BY CHOICE ALGONA LANES Bob Riedel and'Doyle Ddilcy, Prop. PHONE CYpress 4-2831 FHL, JUNE 23rd HAWAIIAN NIGHT SHIRLEY NOA IN PERSON Beautiful Decorations MIDWEST CARAVAN SAT., JUNE 24th SHIRLEY NOA HAWAIIAN GIRL IN NATIVE DRESS HAWAIIAN DECORATIONS CHARLES TRUSSELL And The Airliners TOES., JUNE 271h -, 8 to 11 TEENS SPECIAL FABULOUS "DION" THE FENDERMEN . . PLUS RECORDS Parents Free •— Teens $1.35 SUNDAY/JUNE 25 ,GUf DELEO ' .. u-*. - J - . ..^ SUNDAY f ;JULV 2 FREDDIE FREDRICK SUNDAY, JULY 9 MARVREEDSTROM SUNDAY, JULY 16 RAY LEWIS SUNDAY, JULY 23 GUY DELEO SUNDAY, JULY 30 HENRY CHARLES No Advance . 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