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r 5-Algorm (la.) Upper DM Moines Tuesday, June 19, V»S6 \. . AROUND ALGONA' * '1- .... d. #4 » . « . • ~ . * * Naomi Circle is to have a picnic Friday, 1 p.m. at the Call State park. Mts Rogef Phillips was hostess to the members of the Degree of'Honor Monday evening at her home. iMr and Mrs Kenneth Renken had as their guest over the weekend, Mr John Pioirowsky of Cleveland, Ohio. —o— Sob Stewart is hospitalized at St. Ann following a stroke suffered last week. His condition is improving. Bob Pratt, son of Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt of Fairmont, Minn, spent last week in Algona as giiest of his grandmother, Mrs Milton Dahl. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles went to- Omaha this morning, (Tues- ddy) where they are attending a G. E. meeting. They are to be guests of the company at the horse races at Ak-Sar-Ben. They will return home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Rex V.oyles and childreh, Mr and Mrs Bob Reilly afld the former's sister, Patty attended a family dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Bob Lovstad at .Burt Sunday. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Hanford Voyles of.:Sac City. Mr and Mrs Marian Sigsbee arfd Bill -and Mary Ann went to Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, to bring / home the other daughter, Jean Rffth who had been visiting there since Monday with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Earl Beardsley. They remained overnight. _ o— Mrs Lela Stewart is being visited by Mr and Mrs Otis Parker of ; Des Moines. Mr Parker was a cl&rk at the Algona Hotel here- some 5.7 years ago and will be remembered by Jong-time Al- gonans. Other recent guests of Mrs Stewart were her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Reker of Buffalo Center. <•• . —o—« Stanley Greiner and his sisters, Mrs Carl Pearson and Irma Greiner, Monte Pearson and Jay arid Pete Finnell of Brainerd, Minn, are on a couple of weeks trip to California and other western points. They will visit th$ir brother and uncle, Frank Mathias. Meanwhile, Mrs Evan Finjnell and son Stanley, of Brjainerd are here visiting her mother, Mrs P. J. Greirter. Mr and Mrs Robert Reilly hajye as their guests,'their son an/3 daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bob ReiJly of Los Angeles, Calif. They arrived in Sac City Thurs- .day and after a short visit there with Mrs Reilly's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Han- fovd Voyles were brought to Al- gonn by Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles. Bob was recently graduated from U.t.L.A. and has a government position in electronics at San Diego starting the latter part of June. They expect to start back to i California Saturday. Roy Richardson suffered a severe heart attack Thursday but is at home and recuperating. —o— Rev, M. H. Browet and Erhfna Finley, Judy Gerber, Cindy Hardy. Maradee Lenz. Sheryll McNeil, Barbara Reinders, Karen Schulfz, Louise Skow, Pamella Waller, Margaret Yeoman, James Finn, Randy Harmes and James Stephenson are attending a Presbyterian Junior High camp at Lake Okoboji this week. —o— Mariners, young married couples club of the Presbyterian church, went to Emmetsburg Sunday evening to meet with Mr and Mrs Milton Hinders, forme/ member of the local club, There was a picnic supper. Mr and Mrs Robert Stephenson and Mr and Mrs Carroll Branson were in charge of arrangements. •.__r)__ The ashes of the late Bert Peck, former long time resident were interred Friday at Eastlawn cemetery here. Mr Peck passed away last winter in Long Beach, Calif. His daughter, Mrs Lela Stewart now lives here and only the immediate family attended the prief committment service. —o—• Presbyterian Women's Organization meets Thursday afternoon 'for dessert-luncheon fit the church. The Upper Room at 1:15 will be in charge of Mrs A. B. Schcnck. Devotions will be given by Mrs Wilbur 'Renders. The program theme is *Piloted by Youth. Alice kresensky will speak on Christian colleges, r—o—'•-' ' Mr and Mrs Richard Kohl and sons, Bob and Dick left for their home in Fargo,: N. : D.,i Saturday after a week's visit here with the parental, George Kohls. Julie, daughter'Oi* Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson of-.Burt, spent last week here as guest of her aunt a,nd uncle, Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz. Mr and Mrs George Jaros and daughter, Georgiunn of Minneapolis spent a couple of days last weelv here with Mr arid Mrs C. W. Schlichting and Mr and Mrs Ira Kohl. Mrs Jaros is Mrs Schlichting's aunt and Mrs Kohl's cousin. They had been in Des Moines attending the wedding of Jerry Crawford. : ' ' Mr and Mrs Joe Greenberg were visited on Sunday and Monday by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dori Alt and Marilyn and Jimmy of West De.s Moines." The other daughter, Sally is attending Camp Hantessa at Bobne. "Mrs* Alt Ss the former Isabel Greenberg -and her husband has been associated with Home Federal Loan Co. in DCS Moines for the past several years. —o— Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hudson are visiting here with their son-'n- law -and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman. The Hudsons lived here in the 1930's when he was associated with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. us farm manager. He is now retired arid the couple travel about in their house trailer but maintain their home in Fort Dodge. ? . Mr and Mrs Leon Laird and son. Max were in Qlenwood over the weekend whore ,ihey visited Mrs Laird's sister and in Council Bluffs where they visited Mr Laird's sister. On Sunday they attended the wedding of a nephew at Cumberland and Max served fis ring-bearer. During their absence, Mis Laird's sister, Mrs Fred Omer of Sheffield was here to be with their mother, Mrs Jennie Hansell. Arlene Ruby Is Bride, June 9, Of Paul Kockler Lakota—Arlene Ruby, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby, and Paul Kockler. son of Mr and Mrs Walter Kockler of Ban- cioft wore married at 8:30 a.m. Juno f). The double ring was performed by Rev. Bernard Montag at tiiC Sacred Heart church in Ledyiird. Arlene wore a white suit with white accessories and carried a white prayer book. Her corsage was pink and white carnations. Audrey Ruby was her sister's bridesmaid find she wore n suit, identical to the brides,. :i George Kockler of Bancroft was the best man and Francis Schiltz was usher. A wedding dinner for the immediate families wa? held at the Johnson House in Alt;ona with a reception in the afternoon at the home of the bridegroom's par* ents The bride is a graduate of the Lakfta High School and Mankato Beauty School of Mankato, Minn. Thr- bridegroom graduated from St. John's High School at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Kockler will make their home in Lakota where Paul is employed at the A. C. 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