The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1966 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1966
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Gwyneth Teeter Of Burt, Nurse Grad, June 4 GWYNETH ANN TEETER, Burt, is one of a class of 14 who will receive her nursing diploma at graduation to be held at St. Joseph's Mercy School of Nursing,. Mason City, June 4. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter of Burt. The ceremony will start at 10 a. m. at Newman high school. MRS. AMY Johnson has received a letter from her grandson, Kenneth Elman, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Elman live at Montgomery, Minn., that he has been transferred from Fort Knox, Ky. to a camp in Georgia. _ He was drafted •: for service last October. . MR. AND MRS. Fred Shilts Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven and Mrs. Claude Ruark attended an O. E. S. meeting at Iowa Falls Thursday evening. Mr. Ruark did not attend as he is in Tama on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ruark were recently visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires and little daughter Wendy, Cedar Raptds. They also spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, Sr. They are expected here in another week for a visit at both places. 1/LT. HAROLD M. Amfahr, U. S. A. F. and wife have been in Algona the past week visiting his father, Matt Amfahr and friends. They are enroute from Offutt A. F. B., Nebr., to Keesler A. F. B., Miss., where Lt. Amfahr will attend the staff officers school course. They left Friday for Iowa City where they will spend approximately a week visiting Mrs. Amfahr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bell, and other relatives and friends, before continuing on to Miss. MR. AND MRS. Dick Meyer went to Titonka May 22 to attend baccalaureate services. Their nephew, Lyle Rippentropp, is a graduate of the high school this spring. MR. AND MRS. Julius Peterson were visited last Monday by their grandson, Allen Anderson, who is in the Navy and stationed at a base in Florida. He came home on leave, flying to Mason City where he was met by his mother, Mrs. Harold Anderson, Royal. They spent part of the day here. MRS. GRADY Phillips went to Grinnell Monday and brought home her daughter Gaylewhohas completed her freshman year at Grinnell College. HAROLD COL WELL is at University Hospitals, Iowa City, where he is a medical patient. His condition is improved and he expects to be released this weekend. JAMES Richardson has been dismissed from the Navy and while in service was located at National City near San Diego, Calif. They have returned here to make their home and are living at 9 1/2 E. Call street. MR. AND MRS. John Hopkins and Mrs, Sadie Hopkins were visited May 14 by Mr. and Mrs. John Juist, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mood Anderson and Mrs. Clarence Anderson, Estherville, and Mrs, Bertha Burt, Burt Lake. MR. AND MRS. Don Prieskorn have purchased a summer home at Anglers Bay on Spirit Lake and are making a few repairs and will be spending the summer there, They and Mark spent the weekend there. RICHARD Perry has gone to Des Moines to make his home and is employed there. MRS. WEBB Fowler has been hospitalized at Bemidji, Minn., with a broken ankle suffered Algona, (la.) Upper D«s Moine* Tu«day, May 24, 1946 Lake, and spent last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Logue. in a fall on the snow. She is making good recovery. MRS. JOHN Helmers is home from Brainerd, Minn, where she spent some time with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Carlson and family. This week she is at Duncombe with her son Richard and family and from there will go to Fort Dodge to visit her daughter, Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen and family. DAVID Logue and friend, Debbie Sessions, came from Buena Vista College, Storm MR. AND MRS. Warren Nelson Debbie and Kevin, and Mrs. Frank Butts, mother of Mrs. Nelson, spent May 14-15 at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buss another son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Butts. They went to attend the confirmation of Steven Buss at St. Luke Lutheran church. 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