ALQONA (low.) AbVANCi-3 Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling, Mrs. Helen Passmore and David and the sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller of Dubuque, formerly of Costa Mesa, Calif., and their sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Reavis and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Meder, also of Dubuque attended a Bateman family reunion at Webster City Sunday, July 28. Among the group were Mrs. Sterling's niece Mrs. Richard Schwandt and family. After the reunion the Sch- wandts with their five children decided to drive to Woolstock for a visit with relatives. A car driven by a young man named Kern side-swiped the Schwandt car, the impact threw it into a ditch and tlie two-year old son Leslie was killed. All of the family suffered injuries and Kern is being held on reckless driving ana failing to observe right of way, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller have lived at Costa Mesa for some time where they own a home. They do not plan to sell it until they are certain they want to remain in Iowa, thougn they are pleased to be at Dubuque. Mr. Miller is an electrician. His wife is the former Jean } ette Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling are being visited by their daughter Mrs. Tom Lundell and Beth of Ankeny. Mr. Sterling is going to places in Illinois this week and will stop in Dubuque to visit relatives enroute. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wagner and family spent the weekend at Tracy, Minn, taking with them Allen's mother Mrs. Anna Wagner to visit with her sister Mrs. George Kerucher. When Joan Post went to Templeton recently to visit with Lois Langel she took with her her grandmother Mrs. Elizabeth Post who stopped at Manilla for a visit with a former classmate, Mrs. Bessie Gardner, nee Hubbard. Mrs. Winston Whitehead, of Mason City was a recent guest of Mrs. Charles Fox. Mrs. Whitehead is the former Gwen Jones, former Algonan. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Godden were visited last week by their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Warren Godden, Phillip and Jcnncl'er, of Chicago, 111. Craig and Charlotte, children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemke have enjoyed vacations at the In program TOM CLAUDE Algon'a high school senior Tom Claude, son of the John L. Claudes, Algona, was one of the 42 high school students participating in the two-week program of the Junior Engineering Technical Society on the Iowa State University campus, Judy 24 Aug. 6. The program gave youths a close look at science and engineering activities at the university to assist them in planning their careers. Tom is shown with equipment used for tensile and compressive strength tests in the university's ceramic engineering department. Okobojis. Craig spent several days at the Lakeside camp, east Okoboji and later was at the Prairie Gold Boy Scout camp. Charlotte spent her vacation at Lakeside camp. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson took their daughter Laura Anna to Emmons, Minn, for a visit with her maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor were visited recently by Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Neal of Sasketchewan, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson are being visited by the latter's brother Arthur of the air force and is stationed near Dallas. He is making it his career. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor spent Sunday at Beaman with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Anderson. Mrs. Milton Oahl had as weekend guests her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson and daughter Peggy of Rock Rapids, Mrs. Beecher Lane has as guests Mrs. Ann Leemkuil of Sioux City. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew has returned from a two weeks vaca tion at Minneapolis, Minn, and Long Lake with her brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Crawford. The Crawfords own a cottage at the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Don Glaser have purchased the house formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephenson and had as "house warming" guests at dinner Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs James Lowman and family. Mrs. Fern Foster had as guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hakes and son Danny, of Norwalk, near Des Moines. They are former Algonans and Mr. Hakes was an insurance underwriter while living here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder had as patio breakfast guests Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs, Douglas Jorgenson and Jennifer. Mrs. James Elmore and Nancy were at Bald Knob, Ark., recently and visited with Mrs. Elmore's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Alton and brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrell have been visited by Mrs. Bud La Macch, of Windom, Minn. She was accompanied home by her niece Terry Farrell who spent from Wednesday till Friday witl her grandparents Mr. and Mrs Albert Speth. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferstl and family were visitors at the Ar thur Klines at Sexton Sunday. David, son of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Hackbarth is spending the week at Surnner with hi relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reinking. FOR SALE FORMER KELLEY LUMBER PROPERTIES AT ALGONA — Office building, Lumberyard, shop and storage buildings — on area leased from C. M. and St. P. Ry. AT SEXTON — Small house and approximately 1 acre of land. AT OTTOSEN — Lumberyard building and blacksmith shop. All must be sold to make distribution. Deed and abstract will be provided on the Sexton and Ottosen properties. Assignment of present lease on Algona properties. Contact L, W, Hitchals, Lawyer, AI|OM, la. TtlepktM: 296-27)3 EVENINQS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE AT LOWEST PRICE WHEN YOU SHOP AT FAREWAY! PORK CHOPS LIBBY'S FROZEN PEAS 1V 2 lb. bag 29c Ib CENTER CUTS Ib HILAND Twin Pak Bag Potato Chips 39c PUREX LIQUID Bleach '/ 2 gal. 29 MADE FROM 'CHOICE' STEAK CUTS ^M •§ MINUTE STEAKS 15 ea FRANCO AMERICAN 15 Oz. 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