2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1962 LOCALS Mr and Mrs William Speclit liad ns guests Wednesday Mr and Mrs A. C. Hoorneman. Debra Ann and Phillip, Mollne, 111. Mrs Hoorneman is the former Emma Spcchl. Mr and Mrs Charlrs Srliaeffrr have returned from Iowa City where the former had routine check-up. He will have to go back in a couple of months. While there they saw Chester Webb, G. A. Sharp and Marie Dreyer of Burt, who are hospitalized." Dr. and Airs A. ,1. Eason have returned from a vacation at the Rlack Hills and Wyoming. Mr and Mrs James Potter, Nevada, have vacationed at Cleveland. Akron, Ohio, and Layfette, Ind. with relatives. The Potters are well-known former Algonans. Dr. and Mrs A. .1. Eason. Mr and Mrs Irvin Ogland of Forest City a'nd Mr and Mrs James' Poft ter and children, Nevada, plan t. spend several days at Spirit Lake this week. Mr and Mrs Paul A. (Ppfp Uillr) and four children of Golden, Colo spent their two week vacaion here in Iowa recently with relatives anil friends in Algona, Swea City and Bancroft. A McFarland - Wiley family reunion was held July 22 at Swea City park. Mr and Mrs Harold Whittrner. East Chicago, Indiana, visited at the W. R. Carney residence recently. Mrs Lamont \VeIlendorf recently visited her parents at Sioux- Falls. Her mother returned to Algona with her and the Wellendorfs, Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf and Mrs Lamont Wellendnrf's mother spent a week vacationing at Brainerd, Minn. Mr and Mrs Herbert Hansen and sons, Hans and Carl Martin were, overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen, Ft. Dodge, recently. Herbert has left for Bainbridge, Md. where he will attend a U.S. Navy school. His children and wife will remain with his parents here, then join him in Maryland. Mr and Mrs Carter Zerbe and Brian of Augusta, Kan., arrived July 21 to spend a few days visiting Mr Zerbe's grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Seeman. Mrs D. J. Zerbe, also of Augusta, has been visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Seeman. and left July 24 with her son and family to visit at Winfield. Jack. Carter and Terry Zerbe publish the Daily Gazette at Augusta. Roland \V. White, Honolulu, Ha- ivaii, visited a few days with Mr ind Mrs Roy Christensen arid Mr and Mrs Joel Herbst. Mrs White who is a sister of Mrs Christensen and Mrs Herbst has been visiting here for some time and will remain until about the middle of August. Mr White is an at- lurncy for an insurance firm in Hawaii and was passing through this area on a business trip. Mr and Mrs Robert G. Meine, VVapato, Wash., are parents of their fourth child, a girl, born July 17 in Toppenish, Wash. She has been named Kristen Lynne. They now have two sons and two daughters. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs John V. Hardgrove, Algona, and Arnold Meine, Wapato. Wash. Mrs Meine is the former Kay Hardgrove. Mr and Mrs William Kulin spent last Sunday at Marshall, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Harold Wille. Mr and Mrs Paul Hichardsan and Mr and Mrs David Richard-, son of Eddyville, and Mrs Hazel Tott of Mason City have returned from a vacation at Pine City, Minn. James Richardson of the navy is home from Treasure Island, Cal.. on a leave which he is spending with his parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Richardson. Mr and .Mrs Paul Schneider. Adrian and Vernon Casler went to Des Moines Saturday to attend the stones show. Mr and Mrs Henry Guderian have had as guest the letter's niece Linda Lee Thaves, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leland Thaves of Des Moines. She concluded the visit Sunday. Mrs Mary Olson has had as guests Mr and Mrs George Abels of Randall, Wash., and Mr and Mrs Harry Link of Hermiston, Ore. Brian LaBarre is being visited by his cousin William Gahan of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs C. R. LaBarre have as guest the latter's sister, Mrs Bernice Struble. Vinton. Mr and .Mrs Don Ferris were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs James Merryman at their cottage at the Okobojis. Brian LaBarre and Dan Merryman are spending the next fortnight at Camp Foster. Mr and Mrs Keecher Lane were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Keith Smith of Reinbeck. Cindy, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Laubenthal, spent last week at Emmetsburg with Mr and Mrs Keith Kerber. Steven Ludwig joined his uncle Paul Joynt at Clear Lake and from there they went to Minnesota over the weekend for some fishing. Mr and Mrs William Ludwig and Mr and Mrs George Manus of Burt became grandparents again Saturday, July 21 with the birth of a son Daniel Eugene to Mr and Mrs Larry Manus. There is a daughter Lori Ann. seventeen months old. Mrs Mabel Lund has been visited by her granddaughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Roger Schoen of Las Vegas, Nev. Various relatives in the vicinity called on them Tuesday. Dolores Mawdsley, who teaches at Newton, is here for a month and is attending Drake summer school. Mrs Lillian Dixson was visited Thursday by Mr and Mrs Joe Dixson, Bancroft. Mrs Ellen Marshall has had as guests her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Irvin Loving, Gardenia, Cal. Mr and Mrs Aldeii McAdams and Mrs Myrtle Gullett spent (Thursday evening at Clear Lake with Mr and Mrs Arlan Banning and met a German girl who wil! spend three weeks with the family under the exchange plan sponsored by the Kiwanis clubs. The Bannings live at Des Moines but are vacationing at their summer home. Mr and Mrs Howard Stllltnan have had the former's mother, Mrs Zene Stillman of Nevada as guest. Mr and Mrs Glenn Slrayer have had word from their son and dau- ghtef-in-Iaw, Mr and Mrs Dick Strayer of San Antonio, Tex., that the daughter Lori has had surgery for a ruptured appendix. She is recovering nicely. 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