The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 28, 1966
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Algeria, (la.) Upper D*t Moitw Tut»day, June 28, 1966 Barbara Abbas Of West Bend Is Engaged LEDYARD Sunday, 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Larry DeBoer, Fort Knox, Ky., Chas. DeBoer of New York, Supt. and Mrs. Gilbert DeBoer, Jon and Gretchen, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil and Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaphengst spent the day at the Ostermann cottage at Okoboji. Howard Dyer attended the funeral of a cousin, Harold Dickison, at Kingsley Methodist church Saturday. Interment was at Emmetsburg. Bertha Godfrey of Ames, Edna Klyne, Seattle, Wash., Verna Thompson, Ledyard, Mrs. Geo. Godfrey, Ames, Charlotte and Janette Mason and Daisy Rentz of LuVerne and Mrs. Grace Lichty of Eagle Grove, attended an all-day second annual get-together and dinner at the Anna Blocke home at Renwick. Pictures were taken and a pleasant time was enjoyed. The ladies attended and were graduated from the LuVerne high school and are long-time friends. Mrs. Thompson also visited her sister at Corwith the following day. Piano students of Mrs. Charley Faugust presented their piano recital recently. Taking part were Corrine Blome, Karma and Karen Engelbarts," Denise KLink- siek, Linda Burt, Wesley Stenzel and Merry and Jeffrey Vrieson. Mrs. Herb Brough and three children also presented several numbers and Mrs. Brough showed slides on Guam. Mrs. George Thompson visited Mr. and Mrs. Heifner and Grace at Titonka last Sunday. .Mr. Heifner had been ill. 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Larry DeBoer -left Tuesday ;for Minneapolis where they visited the Bruce Keils until Friday to go to Rockford, ILL, where they visited Brent Keil. " • Mr. and Mrs. Orville Runks- meier and Mr. and Mrs. John Darnell attended the wedding of Gretchen Looft and Charles Moen at LaCrosse, Wise. Saturday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Keil Sunday. In the afternoon, they attended the Twins-Chicago ball game. Dianne Waterhouse is employed as assistant water safety director at Oxford, Wise, at a Girl Scout camp. She will be there for two months. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse, took her to Wisconsin Saturday. Linda Pingel is employed in the office at the Finger-Hutt Co. at Mankato this summer. She started working their Monday. ;. : Ann Carpenter is attending the first term of summer school at Iowa State University, Ames. She began her studies, June 7. Airman 2nd Class Dennis Madsen has returned, to Lackland Air Force Base at San Antonio, Tex., after spending a 80-day leave with': his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Madsen. Dennis is an accounting distribution specialist, Nancy Herzog and her sister, Betty of St. Paul, left by jet from Minneapolis Wednesday morning for Newark, N. J, The girls spent two days at tfee Pleasantdale Resort at West Orange, N. J., before going to Bloomiagdale where Nancy will be employed for the summer. Betty returned home Monday, Mr, and Mrs, Harold Warner and family are vacationing this week, Harold is employed at the Ledyard Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs, Douglas fc«tc- Kenzie of Toronto, Can,, visited relatives here, Mrs. MacKenzie BARBARA ABBAS Mr. and Mrs. Russell Abbas, West Bend, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Jean, to Kenneth Kaslin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karlo Kaslin, St. Louis Park, Minn. A de- cember wedding is being planned. Barbara is presently employed at West Bend. Mr. Kaslin is employed with the Combined Insurance Co. is the former Irene Looft. Mrs. Murl Jorgenson returned home Monday following a week at the Larry Burgess home at Shakopee, Minn. Four Boy Scouts and their Scoutmaster, Rev. Victor Vrie- sen, are attending camp at Okoboji this week. The boys at camp .are Robert -Gilbertson, Randy Gelhaus, Douglas Kollasch and Jeffrey Vriesen. , Harold Warner and Harold Herzog attended funeral services for Percy Little, former manager of the Blue Earth Rock Island Lumber Yard, at Blue Earth Saturday. June Marie Busch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Busch, underwent a tonsillectomy at the Blue Earth hospital Thursday morning. She was released Friday. 4-Corner Club Holds Annual Guest Day The Four Corner Mother and Daughter club held its annual Guest Day June 9 at Good Hope Methodist church. There were about 60 members and guests present. A committee presented the, silverware purchased with the Verna Schultz memorial money. The club decided to hold a picnic July 10 at the home of Iva Witham. New officers were presented corsages and out-going president, Betty Fisher, was presented a gift. A corsage was also presented to the club's oldest member, Rena Cruikshank. A style show was enjoyed by all. Pam Kirsch played two piano selections and Rochelle and Shirley Arend did ballet numbers. Hostessss for this meeting were Deanne Gerber, chairman, and Bernice Shaw and Evelyn McNeill, assistants. NEST A truck owned and operated by the J & O Oil Co. of Denison has a bird nest with baby birds in the interior of the truck motor, The nest is located iwter the hood, behind the left headlight and in front of the radiator. HARRY BARTON has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital where he was under treatment for a lung infection. He is now feeling very well. MR. AND MRS. Otto Engstrom and Betty Jane have returned from a.visit with relatives at Grantsberg and Siren, Wise. ROY HUTZELL had business to transact Thursday at Spencer and was accompanied by Mrs. Hutzell who visited friends. MR. AND MRS. Ed Wolcott went to Ft. Dodge Wednesday to meet Mrs. Robert Middleton of Riverside, Calif., who was called here by the death of her mother, Mrs. Mabel Irelan and the serious injuries suffered by her fathe^, Carl Irelan, in a recent auto accident. Mr. Middleton and the two children are driving here and funeral services were held Monday at the Methodist church. KEVIN SCHMITT came from Des Moines for a weekend visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmitt. CASPER THILGES was visited Friday by his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. andMrs.RoneyThil- ges, Tracy, Minn., and Mary Haglind, Bancroft. MR. AND MRS. Stanley Miller, Costa Mesa, Calif., are being transferred to Dubuque. Mrs. Miller is the former Jeanette Sterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling. Mr. Miller was given a choice of Des Moines or Dubuque and has for some time stated to the company with which he is employed he would prefer leaving California and coming to the midwest. They are expected back this week. PETER C. REDING, Trimont, Minn., spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. Clara Walker and other relatives and friends. GENEVIEVE HARTSHORN has been visited a few days by her brother, Gerald, Chicago. MRS. NAT BANGS returned Saturday from having attended funeral services for an uncle, John Meeker, Marlborough, N. J. She visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gridley, Locust, N. J. MR. AND MRS. Ray Schil- moeller with their grandchildren, Dennis and Donna Kain, children of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Kain, have been at Fort Sill, Okla. where their son, Lloyd, is in service. He will be there until October. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Streit spent the weekend at Okoboji with a group of friends at the Milton Coonan cottage. The Coonans are from Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. Alfred Schadendorf, Michael and Gayle are vacationing a couple of weeks and went to Spokane, .Wash, to be with Mrs, Schadendorf s parents. MR. AND MRS. Tony Schmitt have been visited by their grandson, Cbris Matera, and at the conclusion of his visit took him home to Waterloo and visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Matera. From there the Schmitts went to Davenport for a visit with another daughter, Mrs, Robert Kratt and family, MR. AND MRS. Robert Bonnette, Linda and Brenda have returned from a few days vacation at Okoboji. MRS. HATTIE Burlingame had as guest Thursday her cousin, Mrs. Vernie Thompson, Ledyard. MR. AND MRS. Howard Stillman and Mrs. Mabel Lee had as weekend guests Mrs. Dee McConnell and son James of Nevada. Other guests who will come Monday are Mary and Marcia Lee, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, Ft. Dodge. They are grandchildren of Mrs. Mabel Lee. CALVES Triplet calves were born recently on the William F. Wlese farm near Pocahontas. The three young bull calves are a part of Welse's purebred Angus herd. It was their mother's third calflng. TIRE SALE i*—i UPVfVi BEHR'S STANDARD 4*t E. STATE WE PUT THE SURE IN INSURANCE . . . WITH OUR COMPREHENSIVE AUTO ACCIDENT PROTECTION! Don't be uncertain about your coverage ... be sure with full-coverage auto insurance, offering the broadest protection possible for all your family. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY 109 N. 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