The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1966
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10 At Reunion In Lone Rock, Long Family LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long entertained Mrs. Robert Benzln, Mrs. Verna Lampe and Mrs. Sckolowski and children of Joilet, m. for dinner on Monday, Their guests are sisters of Mr. Long who came to Lone Rock for a Long family reunion which was held at the Lone Rock Legion Hall on Sunday. There were 80 families represented who came from various points in Iowa and Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. John Long of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gifford of Hurt were elected chairman for next years reunion. - o- Florence Yager visited in Lone Rock this week at the home of Mrs. Mary Genrich and other friends. Miss Yager who retired this last spring had taught in Lone Rock for the past 20 years. She had moved to Calmar, Iowa where she will be working this fall in the Public Library. Miss Yager taught school for 74 years. Mrs. Clarence Herrmann, the former Maleetha Snodgrass, of Lebanon, Indiana, visited friends in Lone Rock last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Herrmann lived in Lone Rock as a girl and was graduated in the class of 1928. Her father who was well known in this community had been living in Lebanon, Ind. at the time of his death six years ago. Traveling with her was her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford, and their son, also another grandson, David Herrmann. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marlow vacationed last week in Duluth and Minneapolis, Minn. Mr, and Mrs. Willard Kunkel from North Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel of Dolliver were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm. Mrs. Arthur Fortney entertained several for Sunday dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fortney and children, Mrs. Pete Frank and daughter Jennifer, Mr. Ven- Hedeen, and Mr, Bill Schnurr of Fort Dodge. William D. Weisbrod left Thursday from Minneapolis for Oak Harbor, Washington. Sometime in early Sept. he will be reassigned somewhere in the Far East. Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe took Weisbrod to Minneapolis and while there saw the Minnesota Twins play. Miss Florence Weisbrod of Des Moines visited Mrs. Art Priebe recently for twg days. Lanny Kissner and Dennis Hutchinson accompanied Tommy Murray and Robert Hatten to By Jim Kolp FOR INSURANCE TO FVT VOU'RE INIXVIOUM. ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY 295-3176 -- 906 I. STATE If SURE - INSURE Woman Lake, Minnesota, for a few days vacation at the Murray home there. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seege- barth had Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Groskreutz and Jeffrey from Radcliff Iowa for Sunday dinner pests. Mr. and Mrs. Groskreutz both formerly taught in Lone Rock. At the Kossuth Co. Fair the Lone Rock Elevator purchased three calves and three tfgs. The animals belonged to Steve Cherland of Lone Rock, Ross Johnson of Seneca, Rodney Jensen, of Lone Rock, and Allen Luedtke of Lotts Creek. Andrew Thomsen of Lone Rock was the buyer for the Lone Rock elevator. Mrs. Glenn Householder took her granfldaughter Barbara Anglen back to her home Saturday, she had been visiting her grandparents in Lone Rock for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger visited at the home of Ronald Christensons in Belgrade, Minn. They went on to DeSmet, S. D. to visit Mrs. Hulda Schuitz who lives with her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Brandt. They went on to Salem, S. D. to visit relatives and friends there. On to Mitchell, S. D. to visit Mr. Will Gapp, who is an uncle of Mrs. Krueger. PFC Willis Bellinger arrived home Monday night for a nine day leave. He is stationed at Ft, Deven, Mass. Pvt. Bollinger will be leaving shortly for a new assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft and girls visited Mrs. Kraft's relatives in Evansville, Ind., for ten days, and after leaving Indiana they went to Mt. Home, Arkansas to visit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe, who were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. The Priebes who have recently moved from Phoenix, Ariz., are formerly of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Cowrie, Iowa were visiting atthe home of Mrs. Johnsons father Mr. Charles Morris. They were here for the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Emma Manus, of Burt. Mrs. Lucille Hanson and daughter Katheryn left Monday for Geneseo, New York after spending two weeks with Mrs. Mary Genrich. Mrs. Hanson and her mother Mrs. Genrich called Algono, (la.) Upptr DM Main** Tuesday, August 30, 1966 at the Ray McWhorter home in Illinois Central railroad occ- Burt. urred last month in Newell when their No. 676 "meat train" cle- TRAIN WRECK One of the worst wrecks of the railed and 42 cars piled up. VOTE FOR LOUIS BAL6EMAN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR, 1st. DISTRICT KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA PRIMARY ELECTION, SEPTEMBER 6, 1966 CONSERVATIVE BUT PROGRESSIVE Enjoy panty girdle comfort and freedom but... 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