The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
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2—Algeria (la.> Upper Des Main** Thursday, April 8, 1965 Adults Upholster Chairs MRS. KATL Stephenson fell on the ice a few weeks ago and suffered a broken left wrist. She di>1 not think it -*-as serious, hut a sec on 1 fall in the hquse convinced her a doctor was needeci. It -»-ill be another »eek before the cast can be removed. GLENN STRAYER has filer, under treatment at the Park chnic, Mason City, for several weeks and he an: ^,ls *ife are eoinc aca;n Satur^.;.. v.opr) HAS been rec c 'v~"i V-v Mrs. R;?° Sitsr«e from Mrs. Dana Mer, ien.'iaii, L?.rim;e, NV):.., :'*,:<-'. n c r husharr: :s serious/. s;ck :'. Veterans v :csr;Ui a! C' '•nth A ki:r.ey infect. T..' Mrs. Mirraret Hauba:h ;s st;ii a :.-t:ent it ir^a C;t;. -.vhere she su; — : it ••*: fer* h:rne. MR Addr-. C;t< e:cy:t MR be s a uttie, out longer be- she ^ii! be able to come J*D MRS. Allen Mc- ent March II at Sioux as an observance of their — Mediant anniversary. AND MRS. HaroU Kuch:\.~: have returned from 2 '.veeks' vacation in Cal. They visited their daughter, Barbara at Anaheim, son Larry and wife and son-in-law and daitgnte r, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gorman at wesichester. Nancy Muckey is also at Anaheim sharing an apartment with Barbara. MR. AflD MRS. James Walker and their daughter, Mrs. Walter Klinker, who is here from Valley, Neb. on a visit, went to Burt Thursday to see Mr. Walker s mother, Mrs. Nettie Fisher. MR. AND MRS. William Watkins went to Clarion last Sunday to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Seaquist, who had spent the winter at St. Petersburg, Fla., with another son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Smith. Wishing Tot A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! Picrured here are some of the completed activities of the AiccKU Adult ur'v-ister, class. Participants ruttinc finishing details or. over-stuffe-d chairs are, left to richt, Mrs. Thelma Rarnus, Lone R,v.k, Mrs. Dave Welder, Bancroft. Mrs. Adolfo Franco and Mrs. Manuel Fet-les, Alcoru. Other class members are Mrs. ^iliiirr. Sn>igress, Mrs. Joe Kramer, Mrs. Ralph Simons, Mrs. K;chard Cook, Mr. ar,. ! . Mrs. I>or, V,\xxl, Marlene Eastman, Elmer '.Volter, Mrs. Merhii Altman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bode, Mr. arid Mrs. Thorn is Preston, Mrs. Kenneth FrisMe, Mr. and Mrs. Duar.e Manna, Florence Sorensen, Mr. ai>d Mrs. Lloyd Pool, Gayle Anderson an i Mrs. Reineld Salz. Instructors vere Mr. and Mrs. Art Obrecht. MR. AXD MRS, Leon "Chajnp" Martin, sons Bob and David and Larry Xfunger and Dennis Miller attended the N. C. A. A. Wrestling Tournament last weekend at Laramie, WTO. DR. AND MRS. R. K. Richardson vere recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. George Hackett •srbo were ea route from three monies sojourn at Phoenix, Ariz. to their home at St. Paul, Minn. DICK R1STAU came from Omaha, Neb., to be with his three year old daughter, Tena, on her birthday March 22. He is remaining awhile for a visit with bis parents, Mr. aad Mrs. Arthur Ristau, with wtjom Tena makes bejf home. ,z»~ MR. AND MRS. William Runchey spent Monday at West Bend with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith. MR. AXD MRS, Gale Stockwell attended funeral services March 29 at Britt for Mrs. Arthur Las-shAn, mother of their Fred LasshanofMa- scc City. MRS. FLOYD Turner has returned from Des Moines where she »^s with her daughters, Mrs. Ruby Walton and Mrs, Marjorie Apple, aod from there went to Sbeldoa to be with aoot^ier daughter and son- La-lav, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelias DeKruif. MR. AXD MRS. C. G. Venteicher went to Masoa City Thursday evening and vere met there b\ Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Venteicher, Osage, who recently returned from Oxnard, Calif. •*tere they had spent some time with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Marr. MR. AND MRS. Jim Walker had as guests Thursday Mr. and Mrs, James Giddings, Pasco, Washington. MRS. JAMES Walker was at Omaha last week to see her friend, Mrs. Charles Allen, who is hospitalized there. MR. AXD MRS. August Schmidt had as pre-Easter dinner guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Delben Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Adrian Casler and Vernon Casler and the respective families. DR. AXD X1RS. L. L. Snyder spent Thursday at Ames with Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Marty, formerly of LuYerne. MR. AXD MRS. William B. Nugent, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs, John Burke, Santa Monica, Calif., and Mrs. Irene Warner, Des Moines, visited here Thursday and overnight, the Nugents with his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Love, and the others with Helen Diagley. Mrs. Burke is the former Ann Rausch Paine and Mrs. Warner is the former Irene Wilson, well-remembered Al- goiuas. MR. AXD MRS. Wade Sullivan were visited over the weekend b> their daughter, Sheila, Madison, Wis. She is on the faculty at the University. MR. AND MRS. HaroldMosher are home from Chula Vista, Cal. where they spent the winter. MRS. ESTHER Barton was visited last week by her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook, Webb, who were en- route home from Miami, Fla. where they had spent the winter. MR. .AXD MRS. E. E. "Bud" Robinson and son Bill spent last weekend at Willmar, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stoffel. MRS. VERONICA Roethler had as dinner guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler and family, Livermore, Mrs. Alice Clayton, Mrs. W. C. Dewel, Ida Peterson, Mrs. Jean McAtee and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Roethler. MR. AND MRS. Ray Beamish have been spending considerable time in Jowa Falls with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish. The mother was recently taken to a rest home in Iowa Falls. Mr. Beamish will continue living at home, but will be visited very frequently by the Ray Beamishes. MR. AXD MRS. Albert Slobe went to Ames Sunday to see their son Rick, a student at the State University,,. MR. AXD MRS. 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