The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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..Ik ,.'.' 6-Alfldna (la.) 'Upptf B«» MatoM Thursday, June 1», SiUNBAY At THE AI^ONA fHf AffeE . Kertnan ttansoti was honored on the occasion of her birthday June 23, by her neighbors Mr, 'and/Mrs, .Robert" Blumer and MrV'aM MrSi Lloyd Keuhnast and her sister Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guggisberg and Marjorie Ann of Renwlck. ., Alberta Pergande of Algona Visited her aunt, Mr. and Mrs Leslie Calkins and family, Thursday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClellan, their daughter Mrs. Harold Meyer and children, visited Sunday in Des Moines with their son, the Glen McClellan family ana 'their daughter, Joyce Meyer. Mrs. Merrill Parsons, Peggy. Billy and Ronnie of Waterloo, Wise., their daughter and sistei, Mrs. Charles Claas of Juno, Wise., Were weekend visitors of Mrs. Mabel Thompson. Roberta Murray, Washington, D C was a Sunday guest of her grandmdther, Mrs.. Clara Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Harvard Stew- debut as a producer-director with the n»or p rucHon O f " T h/Ai a mo» for 1£U«dArtbg also stars as Col. David Crockett m the epic film the ALGOKA THEATRE. art and family of R6clrf6tt§ f \W» arrived Saturday for a vacation with their parents, the AwiM Schipulls, LuVerne, tena •fifaak Stewarts, fort Da^gM.'!'; v' Sunday dinner gujsts In Carl Swansqn hom€ were,'.,, and Mrs. Elrner De'an find Phyl! of Humboidt. >'; v " *'<• Janet CoX, employed in St. Paul, this summer, was a wefek* end visitor with her parents, th| j. O. Cox. Mrs. Cox dnd Jinec went to Plover their home towi for the wedding of Muriel Bttfi garett, classmate of Miss C6x* She was the soloist at the ser*' vice. Roger, John and -Ricky, SO'riS of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Heiter 6t Humboldt visited Friday and; Saturday with their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. pi Cox. The reunion of the children, 61 the late Mr. and Mrs. Gotlieb Hanselman.was held Synday in Dorweiler Park at West Bend With D2 attending. Reflected were Edwin Hanseiman, president, arid* Mrs; Charles Hansel- wan, Jr.,-' secretary-treasurer, '. . . .' The reunion of the tire late tit. and Mrs Ike Smith Was held .Sunday at Lake G6F- helia with 52 registered. • '• ' The annual Merriairt'.Thojftpi son family reunion was heWin the LAiVerMe tomhall Jutte li with 64 registered. Tfre'-fetrfiiofi-of the" family, o't the'-late* Mic.. and- Mrs. Got- lieb'^QMftbabh , was held at the'/qm'fathl • hOffle occupied bfr a grtadsen, Robert Gronbaeh family/ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Audre and girls of Fdrt Dodge were Sun- HAVE FUN IN THE SUN LET THE SUN ADD TO YOUR FUN OUTDOORS THIS SUMMER. CHOOSE FROM OUR AMAZING SELECTION OF SUN- Wesleyans Back V Wesley'-- Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlsson returned Saturday from Green Lake, Wise, where they atltlended a national Evangelical Free Conference. Dr. and 1 .Mrs Paul Warner also alttended as delegates. Mrs Carlssbri was an Ai- 'teiinate Delegate./ ? A,ministerial and ayoung pe6- ple cohfe'fence •were'also herd. Rev. and Mrs. 'Carlsson alttend- ed the graduation of their, son, Allan Carlsson, from North West University in Chicago, June 18. Allan received his P.H.D. in Philosophy, the bnly to receive it. He 'will be Registrar and assistant to Dean' of Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Va. Mrs. Art Rosenmeyer Of St. Benedict spent Friday with the Will! Mantineks and the George Hdrnters. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinson Mrs Elizabeth Carroll of Breckenridge, Minn, and Mary Ferguson of Wahpeton, N. D. left June 22 for their homes fallowing a weeks visit ,with the former's cousin-, Mrs J. T. Meurer and family* , ' - . Clarence Ward was taken to the Britt hbspital June 22. •LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Blglngs ' Mrs. Edith Prior of Ida Grove came Saturday to visit her son, Mr. arid Mrs. William Prior and Sally. . Mr.- and Mrs. David Morris and Kelly of Waterloo were weekend visitors with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes nd her sister, Mr. and Mrs. itanley denrich. . Mrs. Larry Werner, Rosemary. ohn and Tony of De Graff, Min- icsota, came to visit their daugh- er and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bily 'Hardcopf family Saturday. ATS, Werner came to attend the Smith family reunion Sunday. and family spent ithe weekend in Des Moines with the-Clair Robinsons and Russell McDaniels. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Froehlich, who were' married' June 24th at St. Benedict Caitholic church will live in the Richard Smith house. • Nadine Engen, Diane Robinson and Cheryl Jones left Monday for Camp Okoboji. Rev. and Mrs. Robert! Jones and lay delegate Opal Nygaard returned Thursday evening from a Methoclisit Conference in Sioux CJty. He was ordained an elder at the conference and has recently completed college work required by correspondence course. Mr and Mrs Frank Goeitz Sr and Mr and Mrs Frank Gootz, Jr of Elma, and the former couples daughter, Sisiter Stanislaus, Burlington, visited Goetz relatives here one day last week. Father's Day guests in the Everett Ackerson home were the Tom Longs of Bettendorf, Dennis Longs, Marvin Ackersons, Jerry Wibbens and Darrell Long of Fenton, Clarence Ackerson ant Mrs. VioSla Studer of Wesley. Oliver Young went to Emmetsburg June 24 to help his son Ru pent Young and wife move from there to a newly-purchased horn in Algone. The Neighborhood birthdaj club met June 22 at Mrs Clar Haverly's in honor of Mrs. Ken neth Harverly's birthday. 500 wa played. Mrs Peggy Rasmussei won high score prize and Mi- Rose Smith, low. Mr and Mrs Carl Arnold gav a party in the Methodist churcl Friday evening for 60 relative and friends who had serenade^ them earlier in the week. The recently returned from a weddin trip to the Ozarks and Mountai Home, Ark. Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling plan to attend the wedding of a niece, Janet Weinemont amd Paul See at Breda, July 1. Mr and Mrs Gary Norrnan and children recently moved into the upper apartment in the Joe Miller house from Witmer, Minn. Mr and Mrs Jerold Gallogly and daughter, Julie Ann, of West Des Moines came last week for a visit in the parental Leo Bleich home. Mrs. Will (Marlene) Clements and children of Iowa City are spending a month in the parental R. C. Bauer home. Mr and Mrs Norman Rowe and family of Sac City came Saturday for a visit in the parental Urban Meuroth home and in the Rich Reiling home. Shirley, Linda, Marilyn and Patricia Reiling spent last week with relatives at Breda and Carroll. The annual picnic dinner fo Yo-Yo elub members and their families will be held July 2 in the City park. In case of rain it wil be held in the Methodist church Mrs Clara Haverly and Audra the Dennis and Kenneth Haverly of Wesley, Hugh Haverlys o Renwick and 'the £d Cinks o Woden wenit to New Ulm, Minn June 25 to join the Earl Theisen of Sauk Rapids, ait a picnic din ner awd reunion. Save Your Income when Hail ruins your crops Be safe — insure, your crop income with Farmers Mutual Hail. You pay no more, yet you gel much more —30 framed fieldmen'and 100 adjusters .to assure prompt payment of claims — fire and \ lightning protection on crops in the field at; no extra cost. Call your agent 6r write today, t BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge Algona CY 4-4443 2323 GRAND f !OWA TAN AIDS. COPPERTONE TANFASTIC SUN BATH GABY SUN FLUFF TANNING LOTION SUNSCREEN, BRONZE TAN Q-T evening callers with her brother, the Billy Hafdeopfs. ' "&E13U Bancroft, visited rffiS •and MrsXFred Boetsch. artd Dai lerte,, Thursday..- PRESCRIPTIONS * SPECIALTY HOW YOU CAN REALLY ENJOY WASH N WEAR CLOTHES! 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