The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1962 · Page 3
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and Mrs Mclvin Ray spent Saturday tt { with friends. M, M LTl' Mrs , nny An^rson and Mi and Mrs Wade Hansen spent the weekend at the Okobojis. — —"•»•«iv.i i lUL/.L'll the weekend at Da\vson with and Mrs Leroy Johnson. Mr and Mrs Robert Lieklei" have purchased the Cecil Taylor^ house at 218 South Durant street Mr and Mrs Leon Martin liud r"TV^- D< ? n Martin and fatn- >Jy of Goldfield as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lyle Stecle arc al Charles City for two weeks while the son-in-law and daughter arc on vacation. Mr and Mrs Robert Plngpl liavo been visited by the later's parents, Mr and Mrs William Rein- dcrs, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Leslie Sorensen have returned from a vacation at Colorado Springs, Colo., and other points nearby. Mr and Mrs John Scluiltz arc vacationing two weeks at Sar Diego, Calif, with Mr and Mrs A R. Hendrickson. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Cotton have recently had as guests Mr and Mrs M. L. Godwin, Tom and Sandra, Granbury, Tex. Mr and Mrs Ron Bitz have returned from a two week vacation at Jamestown, N. D. with the parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Bitz. Mr and Mrs Mark Stanton and Jim and Mrs Anna Weir left Tuesday for a week fishing trip in the Lake of the Woods area. Mr and Mrs Phil Schneider are parents of an 8 lb., 6 oz. son born Saturday morning at St. Ann hospital. He has been named Gary Phillip. } Mr and Mrs George Balluff and family have returned from a vacation of a month at Shebandowan, Ont., Can., Winnepeg, Can. and Grand Forks, N. D. Mr and Mrs Larry Hut/ell, Melvin, have returned from the Worlds Fair at Seattle. Larry is a former Algonan, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell. Mrs Louella Baker had al guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs Dur wood Baker and four daughters, Ames. Martha Ann and Jeanne remained for a few days longer visit. Mr and Mrs F. M. Holt had as guests the letter's parents, Rev. and Mrs C. F. Schmidt and her brother-in-law and sister, Prof, and Mrs Francis Boelter of Naperville, III. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera were at Mason City one day last week visiting Mr and Mrs Marion Burbank, former Algonans who ha;l recently returned from Eugene, Ore. They had been there to see their daughter Glendora, principal of the school system. Mr and Mrs Ed Sindelar and family met the parents, Mr and Mrs A. D. Sindelar, Davenport, at Cedar Falls a week ago Saturday and had a picnic dinner. The sons Don and Joe went home with the grandparents who brought them home after a visit of a week. F,d Meyer has returned from attending summer school at Cedar Falls colleg?. He and his wife Lav;.- had as guests Mr and Mrs Francis Nelson, Minneapolis. Dinner guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs Kermit Fowler and Jim, Ottosen, and Mrs Mark Fowler and Edna, Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Ronald Nagle have been visited by their daughters Barbara employed at the Nash Finch co. and Carol employed al University hospital, Minneapolis. Other guests wore their nephews and niece Bob and Kay Borchard, Fairmont, Minn., Mrs Eva Ayers, Hampton, and Mrs Nagle's mother, Mrs Maude Senenfelder, Dows. Mr and Mrs Walter Lit'httT are being visited by Maj. and Mrs Gordon Loebig, Wasnington, D. C.. Mr and Mrs H. J. McKenna and David of San Diego and Mrs Lorraine Campbell, Los Angeles. Some time will be spent with the parental John Arndorfers and Maj. and Mrs Loebig will visit the Loebigs of Wesley. A family reunion was held Sunday at the Clarence Arndorfers. Mr and Mrs Harold Behnke aud two children, Dccatur, 111., were recent visitors at the parental R A, Behnkes. Mr and Mrs Charles Bird had as guests a week ago Sunday Mr and Mrs Keith Hopper and three children, Washburn. Capt. and Mrs Ralph Hakes are expected next week firm Dana, III., for a visit with tho mother Mrs Jens Knudsu,', Mr and Mrs I,on t •Jlchop arr vacationing this wet'lt at Weldon with the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Elroy Jenkins and other relatives. Mrs Twillah Bartholomew is at Long Lake, near Brainerd, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Lawrence Crawford at their cottage. She will be gone a week. Mr and Mrs Richard Mullins have returned from t'n*>ir vacation, which was spent with relatives at Seattle and Portland. They also attended the Worlds Fair. Mrs Elizabeth Post had as guests last week Mr and Mrs Bob Post, Denver, Colo. They are vacationing at Ihe parental Scotl cottage at the Okobojis and will be joined later by Mr Post. Weekend guests of Mrs Clem Cavanaugh were Mr and Mrs Max Schroeder and Dick, Cleveland, Ohio, Mr and Mrs Tony Schroeder and family, New York, Mr and Mrs Frank Lori, Beloit, Wis and Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson, Kanawha. Algana (la.) Upper be* Mo!ne«-3 TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1963 Mrs Elgin Allen and children. Jeff, Greg, Douglas and On-bara were guests last week of Mr and Mrs Walter Zahn while Mr Allen transacted business near there. Mr and Mrs 1,. L. Ritor wore visited over the weekend by the daughter, Mary Paul. Miss Paul will be graduated Sept. 4 from the Methodist school of nursing at Sioux City. Mrs ,/. Al. Carroll and son Jim have had as guost the former's granddaughter Michele, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Hanson, Flandreau, S. D., who concluded the visit Saturday. Mr and Mrs Cecil Taylor have purchased the Mrs Henrietta Bowman house on Diagonal street and moved a short time ago. They had as recent callers Mr and Mrs Glen Carlstron, Spencer. Mr and Mrs Darrel Robinson went to Britt Saturday to spend the day with the parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Kearney, former Al- gonans. Mr Kearney has been hospitalized for a heart ailment. Air and Mrs Clarence Mrt/fjer. Sr. and Connie and Mr and Mrs lenry Schick attended the wedding Saturday at Minneapolis of :heir niece Carol Metzger and Dennis O'Kourke of Estherville. Mr ant) Mrs Corwin Peer and Gary are leaving Saturday for Seattle for a two week vacation. They will be guests of Mrs Peer's sister and family, Mr ai>-' Mrs J. W. Duffy and will atr-.-.ul the Worlds Fair. Phil Anderson has beet, transferred from Des Moines ,o this vicinity and is associated with General Motors Acceptance Corp. He and his wife are living in the former Hallard Snyder home on South Hale street. MliMliWa GARLAND Skirts and Sweaters STORAGE CABINETS, metal, at Upper Des Moines. OFFER;; ENDS' AUGUST ( any automatic | water heater.. I Garland Skirts $9.95 to $12.95 Plaid and Plain Pleated and Straight Dyed to match the sweaters Sizes 7 to 8 - 15 to 16 Garland Sweaters Basic, Pullover, Cardigan, Novelties, Shetlands and bulky Sizes 36 to 40 There's ench a fresh feeling to \~" may Kate Greenaway. Flashes of V 'white at the embroidery spiked neckline and sleeves enliven my dress and me. 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