The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1962 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 24, 1962
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»a.) tfppif JULY 24, Society, Motes, Sti-ayr-r Reunion The Strayer family reunion was held Sunday, July 15, at the fairgrounds here. Dinner was served at noon. Those attending from this area were: Mr and Mrs Russell Strayer and children, Swea, City, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strayer Burt, Mr and Mrs Donald Strayer and children, Bancroft, and Mrs Marguerite Long, Keith Strayer Mr and Mrs Irwin Maltieg and girls, Mr and Mrs Ralph Strayer and children, Nancy Strayer and Merle Dailey, Mr and Mrs John Strayer and children, Mrs Ins Humphrey and Mr and Mrs Glenn Strayer, Algona. A total of 74 attended and Kenneth Strayer and Xeith Strayer will be in charge of the 1963 reunion. Newcomers Elect Newcomers club met at Hotel Algona July 17 with Mrs Jerry Armstrong and Mrs Lloyd Asklanrl as hostesses. New officers elected were Mrs Everett Brundeen, pres., Mrs Bob Watson, vice-pres.; Mrs Sheldon Mooney, Sec'y.; Mrs Bill Rogers, treas.; Mrs George Allen, program chrm.; Mrs Ernie Eickelberg, calling chrm. Mrs LucilJe Navoichick won door prize, Mrs George Means, high bridge, and Mrs Sheldon Mooney, high 500. Any newcomer who wishes to join the club is asked to call CY 4-4291. Cindy Hardy To Be Sept. Bride 18" x 27" MATS 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE Mr and Mrs Wesley Hardy of Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Cynthia Diane, to Richard L. Lundquist, son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Lundquist of Spencer. A September 15th wedding is planned. The bride-elect and her fiance attend Mankato State College at Mankato, Minn. (UDM Engraving- Isaacson Foto) Club Hostess Is Shower Hondree Janell Johnson was honored at a pre-nuptial shower July 14 at the Hotel Algona. Travel bingo was played. Prizes won were wUJed to the honoree. Janell, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles E. Johnson and Rodney, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush, were married at Minneapolis July 21. They will live in Minneapolis. Birthday Observed Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan were supper guests Tuesday evening of Mr and Mrs Wayne Dugan at Lone Rock, a celebration of the birthday of Mr Jess Dugan. Others present were Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family, Jim Kelly and daughter Kathleen. Kathy Bestlenlehner was hostesi to the U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club July 11. Talks were given by Cheryl Carr, Virginia Sifert, Jackie Kin- f den and Jean Owens. A demonstration was given by Jackie Kin- dan. Enjoy Picnics A picnic was held last Tuesdo- at Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett's. In attendance were Mr and Mrs E. T Bauman of Julesberg, Colo., Mrs Gene Merrill and children, Spencer, and Mr and Mrs Carroll Will, rett. Family Dinner A family dinner was held Sunday at the Bob Hoover's in honor of the birthday of Mrs Hoover. In attendance were the Ted, Sr., Chris and Lou Hoover families' Mr and Mrs Charles Deibler, Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson and Mrs Mary Olson. Friends Gather Mrs Ed Hagg entertained a small group of friends at coffee Thursday morning. Bridge At Spechts Mrs William Specht was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. Bridge Hostess Mrs Elmer Phillips entertained her bridge club Wednesday. RFD Carrier Vacations , -•——-e entertained IE a few friends at coffee Thursday for Mrs Lottie Whitney, Albert Lea, Minn., who is house guest of Mrs Carrie Bourne. Mrs Wilda Ellis was also a guest. Birthday Club Mrs Rhoda Bonar entertained _ A^UIIMI VIILCI talllctl her birthday club Saturday. The anniversary of Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley was observed. k ween --- — --—•••*««« ««.-* \ju d IWU WCCJ vacation in Michigan and Wiscon sin. Lester Lease is taking the Wesley route for him. DIES Waverly's oldest resident William Hamm, died recently at the age of 102 years. He is survived by one daughter, four grand- | children, 14 great-grandchildren andfive great great-granchildren inderella. .. all ready for fall! 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