The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 7, 1962
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Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Robert Hicks and family, Springfield, Mo. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Shirley arc being visited till next weekend by their daughter Karen, San Fran- Cisco. Other guests who will be here a week while on vacation are the Son Don and family. Dubuque. Mr and Mrs Joe McFarland. Sheila and Neil, Sioux City, were supper guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Don Jorgenson. Mr and Mrs Don Potter and family have returned from Cleveland, Ohio, where they visited Com. and Mrs C. A. Creel and at Moorefield, West Va. they visited Mr and Mrs Allen Kuestcr. Mr and Mrs Clayton Pittman and family are leaving Saturday with their travel-trailer for northern Minnesota for a vacation of a week. Henry Douglas, former resident here now living at Redlands, Canf., is visiting friends. He makes his home with his son Wayne and family. He is house guest of Mr and Mrs Ralph Morgan. Mr and Mrs Kennelh Parrish Tim, Pam and Trish have returned from Seattle, Wash., where they attended the fair. The children, Trudy, Trisha and Julie stayed at Charles City with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs E. C Gates. Mr and Mrs William T. Becko. 1 ,are being visited by their grandchildren Robert, Mark and Jeanne Adams, Chamberlain, S. D. Frank Vera recently purchase! the Ed Palmer house and two lots on Lowe street here. Mr and Mrs Kyland Phillips have returned from Rapids City S. D. where they have been the past fortnight. Mr Phillips wat on aclive duty with the air force. Mr and Mrs Robert Mungcr. Judy, Larry and Debbie left Saturday for a vacation of a week in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson have as guests Mr and Mrs Oscar Simons and Marian, Ames. They have also been visited by Mr Johnson's sister, Mrs Emma Hag- gcr, Alden, who came to attend the George Johnson funeral. Sunday, the Johnsons and 'Simons- took Mrs Hagger home and all were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Allen Christensen. Brian, son of Mr and Mrs Merle Cooper, Ankeny, has been visiting with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Walter Steven. He will return home next week when his parents come to get him. Mr and Mrs "Judd" St John and Becky Meyer were at Minneapolis last week visiting Mr. and Mrs Perry St John. From there they went to Walker, Minn, and were guests of Mr and Mrs Orville Warner. Mr and Mrs Harold Peter had Mr and Mrs Les Hill, White Bear Lake, Minn., as guests Thursday. Mr and Mrs Leo Steven have returned from San Diego, Calif, where they vacationed two weeks with their son David who is in the navy. Mr and Mrs Frank Rucb will vacation at the New Inn, the Oko- bojis, for several days and will conclude the period by visiting at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Ted Young. Mr and Mrs J. R. Williams, Ft. Dodge, were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Fred Williams. Mr and Mrs Albert Olson spoil! last Sunday with the latter's par ents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Christian. The son Mark remained for a longer visit. Margaret Ilcerdt, Sharon and Janice Wagner, Mrs Nan Parker, Kimberly and Christine have returned from a week vacation at Spirit Lake. Mr and >Mrs Walter lleerdt "Bud" and Margaret attended funeral services Monday at Mart Chester for N. H. Bolin, 95, father of Mrs Hecrdt. Mr and Mrs Don Armstrong have returned from a vacation spent at LaCrosse, Wis., with the Jailer's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs William Temp. Mr and Mrs Alex Uermand were recently in Chicago where they met their son Nidas, Los Angeles, Calif. He is employed in the personnel dept. of the Douglas Space and Missiles Co. and had been on a business trip to Syracuse, N. V. The Demands went to Milwaukee, Wis to spend a few days with Mr and Mrs James Alex, former residents here. Mr and Mrs Art Ashton have as guest the latter's mother, Mrs Susie Fishbaugher, Harmony, Minn., who will be here threu weeks while her son 'Lee Fishbaugher and family with whom she makes her home, are at Seattle, Wash., attending the Worlds Fair. Uoiiuu Kt'ufer came from PCS for a weekend visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Alex Reefer. She is employed In a hospital, Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson spent the weekend at Orange City with Mr and Mrs J. E. Mouw and at LeMars with Mr and Mrs Alvin S. Karr. Mrs Lydla Wctzcl and Mrs Linda Cook, Lime Springs, left Monday for a visit of a week at Detroit, Mich., with Mr and Mrs Herman Genrich. Mr and Mrs C. L. Livingston, former residents here now living at Phoenix, Ariz., are arriving this week for a visit of several weeks. Mr and Mrs George Sefrit were visited last Sunday by Mr and Mrs Paul Seaton, Perry, and Mrs P H Spencer, Sarasota, Fla. Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore arising visited by Mr and Mrs Clif. ford Shore, Michael, Brian, Ste phen Paul and Jayne of Wilmina ton, 111. The little son Stephen was baptized Sunday morning at St. Thomas Episcopal church. Jess, another son of the Glenn Shores, is here from Colorado Springs, Colo. He is mechanica engineer on a government project Mrs Mary Devilt had as callers Friday Mr and Mrs Rae Busch- field, Panora, whom she met while in California last winter. Mr and Mrs Howard Beardslej have had as guests Mr and Miv T. D. Collins, Garrison, Mr an, Mrs S. T. Bodholclt, Evanstor, Margaret Ann Beardsley, Cheverly, Md., Mr and Mrs Walter Beardsley, Midland, Tex., and Barabara Bearsdley, Austin, Tex. Barbara had been at Cheverly visiting with Margaret Ann and upon conclusion of the visit, returned to Austin with the Walter Beardsleys. Mr and Mrs Howard Bearsdley have had as guests Mr and Mrs Dale Heeren, Susie and Cindy who are moving to Sedalia, Mo., where Mr Heeren is with the Druggists Mutual Company. Mrs Heeren and daughters have recently returned from Escondido, Calif., where they had visited several weeks with her mother, Mrs George Rhodes. Mrs Beatrice Baldwin and granddaughter Vicky M a r s h a 11 have spent a few days at the Baldwin cottage at the Okobojis. Mrs Edna Mitchell had as guests from Saturday "till Wednesday her son and wife, Mr and Mrs Willis Mitchell, Linda and Deborah, Long Beach, Calif. He is employed in the offices of the Greyhound lines. Mrs Charles Harvey is leaving in mid-August for Welcome. Minn., and will slay wilh Mr and Mrs Roger Will till fall. She will then go to Glendalc, Cal. to spend the winter with Mr and Mrs Harry McCorkle. In the Northern State Pairs, with 276 players, Mrs George Means, Algona, and Edna Schlick Clear Lake, won top score in thei section and took fifth place over all. Tliis one-session champion ship game- is a feature of the Sum mer National Tournament of UK American Contract Bridge J cv gue. Ending Sunday, Aug. 5' j has brought thousands of player 1 from all over the U.S. and Can ada to compete for a score of titles. Mrs Hazel Lusby was visitor one day last week by her mir-j r Leo Fuller and wife, Humbokll. George Yeoman was n( Oclieve. dan last week to see his cousin Henry Hind who had been has pitalized. Mr and Mrs Ronald Peck haw been visited the past week by Mr and Mrs Warren Ferden ' and Randy of Longview, Tex., who concluded the visit Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Mprlc Webstrr bnve iad as guests Mr and Mrs Eaf, Schmutz of Salina, Kan., Mr and Mrs Ed Agar and Mr and Mrs Robert Agar of Sibley. Mrs Luella Baker attended committal rites Sunday at Kanawha or Victor Blumgrcn, a family riend who died at Tucson, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks have as guests the letter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs A. E Holm of Oakland, Calif. They brought with them the mother, Mrs Clara Holm who will make an extended visit at the Wicks. Mr and Mrs William Walking Barry and Paul vacationed at the Okobojis last weekend. "The Notorious Algona Theatre. Landlady" Starting Sunday at the Kim Novak seems sort of doubtful about the key to the apart- menl she is turning over to co-star .Jack Lemmon in the new Columbia comedy, "The Notorious Landlady." Fred Astairc also stars in the Krccl Kohlmar-Rirhard Quiiie production. Notice NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WILL TATE OF IOWA Kossulh County ss ., „,„, IN DISTRICT COURT No. 8122 April Term. 1082 10 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing inn-porting to he th.. | !ls t Will and Testament of (... A Goiletifuld. Deceased, dated Jim- ,-inil '• cause, if any thrv have. *' h ' in v 'niment should not he pro- pati <l and allowed as and for tlie Ias1 "•ill ."id Testament of said deceased '.'•'''I at Algona. Iowa. August li, Alma Pearson C'lelk ol the District Court Kli/,ahelh Galhiailh Deputy & Winkel, Attorneys Alfiona. Iowa Edward W. Welslirod. Dpccn^od, daled Jnmmry 20. !!«!). having been this dny filed, opened and read. Monday tne 20th day of August. IflBJ, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In AlRona, Iowa, before the District Court of snid County, or the Clerk of said Court: and at '10:00 o'clock A M . of the dav above men- Honed all persons interested are herein notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any thev have why Instrument should not be probated and aJlowed ns and for the last TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1962 Algona (Id.) Upper Des Moine*-5 Will and Testament of said deceased Dated at Algona. Iowa, August 3. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court Elizabeth Oalbralth Deputy Winkel & Winkel. Attorneys Atfiona. Iowa STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. Upper De» Moines Pub. Co., Dr. Graettinger Recent Dentist Graduate, SUI NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossulli County ss IN DISTRICT COURT ^ April Term. \»K2 To ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: vnr ARE HKHEBY NOTIFIED. That an insliument of \vritlng ptirpoiling I" In- Hie last Will and Testament ol Dr. Vincent Graettinger, shown here, is a recent graduate ol the State University of Iowa college of dentistry. His wife is the former Mary Jo Elbcrt, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Elbcrt, Whittemore. At the present time, Dr. Graelt- inger has a temporary association with a Spencer dentist until his own offices are ready for occupancy in the Doctor's Bldg. at Muscatine where the doctor, his wife and three children will nunx later this fall. (UDM Engraving) WHAT THIS EMBLEM MEANS TO YOU! It Means the very best of Barber service When you are in the hands of the Barber who displays this Emblem. REMEMBER: (IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL), So patronize the bar- ber shop where you see this Emblem for your barber service; sponsoring this article. The following Member* of the A..M.I!.11. of Alguuu are Algona Barber Shop "Soup" Briggs, R.B. John Lentsch, R.B. Bunkofski Barber Shop Henry Bunkofski, R.B. Fox Barber Shop Charles Fox, R.B. Vernon Subject, R.B. Furst Barber Shop Henry Furst, R.B. Schillington Barber Shop -_ Robert Shillington, R.B. 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