The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 2
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinet Tuesday, November 13, 1962 K. .1. Evcrs, Lamoni. spent thr weekend here with his family. Mr and Mrs Frank Vcra spent Wednesday at Mason City with friends. Mrs William Novoichirk and daughter Karen spent last week at Kenosha, Wis. with relatives. Mr and Mrs Frorl Krickson were visited Friday by Mrs Charles Armstrong of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs William Dan Sr. Mrs Elizabeth Helmke and Denis arc going to Minneapolis for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapscr attended funeral services recently at Mason City for their niece Mrs Everett Walk. 30. Dr. and Mrs Daniel Bray ro- cently attended the funeral ser vices at Sigourney for an aunt. Mrs Kalherine Moertl. Air and Mrs Henry Ftirst arr visiting the former's brother, Mr pnd Mrs Herbert Furst, at Long Beach, Calif., and other places. They have been gone a few weeks and are expected home in a short time. Harry Hargreaves joined his wife at Council Bluffs Saturday where she has been visiting with their daughter, Mrs E. B. Mathiason while Dr. Mathiason was attending a medical meeting in Chicago. Capt. Charles Crapser. son of Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser, has been transferred from Fort Lewis. Wash, to a base in Florida. It is possible he will be there six months and his family will remain in Washington. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whitehili. their daughter, Mrs Ed Tabako of Garden Grove, Calif., Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehili of Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Mrs Charles Clement were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs John Drecsman took Mrs Glen Harms to Iowa City Wednesday to see her son Robert Harms at University hospital. She remained there for a few days and Mrs Robert Harms is also there. Robert had major surgery recently. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason had as guests Saturday for hunting Mr and Mrs Irvin Ogland of Nevada. Mr and Mrs James Potter and family, Zoe Nady, Barbara Lealh and Kermit Anderson and son David of Nevada. The Potters also visited with the Dr. L. R. Potters. 10 CHRISTMASES FROM HOW YOU'LL STILL BE PROUD OF THIS ^10 GIFT! SHEAFFERS 10001 CARTRIDGE PEH if.T.I. Set with matching pencil, J16.00 • 14k gold dlamond-ihsped point outlast* all other pen point metals • Air-tight cap keeps point moist, ...ready to write instantly t Loss-proof Innertprlng clip grips any thickness ol fabric • Cap and clip ol polisned gold electroplate Fills quickly, cleanly, conveniently with leakproof cartridges of jAr/p writing fluid ALGONA'S LEADING JEWELERS WILTGEN JEWELERS diet Williams was taken to St. Ann hospital Friday for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs .less Dngan and Jim Kelly were visited over the weekend by Kathleen Kelly, daughter of Jim, Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr and Mrs Lewis Fraser and Mr and Mrs William Dau Jr., attended the Minnesota - Iowa football game Saturday at Mpls. Mrs N'ick Fisch was at Winnea- bago, Minn., last week visiting Father Felton and his mother. Mrs Margaret Felton and Veronica. Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser have had word from their daughter, Irene. Mrs Kenneth Wright, that they have been transferred from Plainfield. N. J. to Dallas, Mr and Mrs Dave Sweet. Debbie and Judy. Mr and Mrs Wally Hill and Mr and Mrs Martin Norland spent last Sunday at Sioux Falls S. D. with Guy Sweet. Josephine DiUmer had major surgery at Rochester, Minn, and is recovering nicely. Mrs Martin Becker spent Fri day at LuVerne with Mr and Mrs Thees Schnackenberg. Mrs Charles Clement was visited one day last week by Mr and Mrs Robert Oberman of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Allen Bullock were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Paul Bullock of Nevada. Mrs Hugh Carroll had her brother and nephew, Forest Ross and Robert of Waterloo as weekend guests. Evelyn Cady had as callers Friday. Mr and Mrs Mack Rowe, Mrs William Darling and Mrs Elizabeth Rowe of Atlantic. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait had as dinner guests Wednesday Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait and daughters and Mrs Dora Faulstich of Fort Dodge. Mrs Minnie Rlinkmnn was recently at Mason City to visit Mr and Mrs John Fassbinder. Mrs Fassbinder has been a patient at Mercy hospital. Mrs James Allen. Mrs William Allen and Linda and Mrs Beth Miller went to Corwith Wednesday to see the class play "Act Your Age'', directed by Jack Allen. Mrs Sadie Knutson of Eagle Grove, mother of Mrs Ted Chris- chilles, was here for the weekend and stayed with the Chrischilles children while the parents were at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Ollic Nasby are being visited by the latter's sister, Mrs Hans Ree of Alberta, Can. Mrs Alice Clayton was visited Thursday by Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler of Livermore. She alst- had as caller one day last week Mrs Lela Hieter of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Merle Chamberlain had as guests Saturday the laller's cousin, Kenneth Desirtg, Ray Nelson and Roy Nelson of Des Moines, who came for hunting. Mr and Mrs ii. W. Johnson have been visited the past week by their granddaughter, Julie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerry Hobbs. Omaha, Neb. Mr Hobbs had a recent appendectomy. Roy Bjiislrom will be at home for several days following a fall in which he suffered a sprained ankle. He had been at the home of his daughter Mrs Frank Moulton and tripped crossing the lawn. Among the many Algonans attending the Minnesota - Iowa football game in Minneapolis were Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy, Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet and Bruce, Mr and Mrs Dean Parrott, Mr and Mrs David Smith, Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmkit, Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor, Rex Taylors, Dean Taylors, Fred Kent Jrs., Butch Potratz, Whittemore, H. M. Hons- bruchs, E. L. Garbetts, Russ Wallers, Burt Harmes, Ted Chris-i chilles, A. J. 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