The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1965 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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SWEA-EAGLE By Mr*. Kenneth Drones Maynard Hurlburt and Mick drove to Rochester, Minn. Monday where Maynard had a checkup at the Mayo Clinic. Guests for dinner Sunday evening of the William Gies were the Eldon Links and family, the Billy Gles and sons of Truman and the Irvin Links. The occasion noted the birthday of Mrs. Eldon Link. Edna Pearson and the Pearson Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. George Pearson visited at the home of a sister of the Pearsons, Mrs. Chris Rinderknecht at Fairmont, Sunday, and then called on her husband who is a patient at the Community hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Uhr attended the wedding of JoAnn Olson and Robert Strupe at Forest City Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson and family were visitors at the home of his sister, Mrs. Elsie Swarts, at Minneapolis over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reese attended the graduation of his brother, William Reece at Iowa State University at Ames a week ago Saturday. He received his doctor of philosophy degree in veterinarian physiology. Rev. Quinn of San Francisco, Cal. visited at the home of Mrs. Fred C. Newlin recently. Father Quinn was a friend of Mrs. Newlin's son, the late Gene Newlin. George Meslow, who attends Lutheran School of Theology at Rock Island, fll., visited here last weekend with Caryl Larsen at the home of her parents, the Harvey C. Larsens. Janet Walker was home Thursday to Tuesday to attend the Henricksen-Farland wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine were Friday evening visitors at the Perry Torine home, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth visited at the Jens Madsen home Sunday. The Madsens' daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waterbury of Cherokee, were other visitors there. Larry Stenzel will be leaving for the navy soon. He has been employed in a drug store in the cities for the past several years. After terminating his work there he came for a visit with friends and relatives. He andLarryTor- ine returned to Minneapolis to visit friends for a few days. Saturday, Larry Torine returned to Minneapolis to visit friends for a few days. Saturday, LarryTor- ine leaves with the Fairmont National Guard at Camp Ripley, Minn. Roger Sanders, son of Mrs. William Sanders of Blue Earth and the late William Sanders, will be leaving for the Army soon. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan attended the graduation of a nephew, David Kracht, son of the Ray Krachts at Riceville. Mrs, Warren Brones and Robert attended commencement at Fort Dodge Tuesday evening for her niece, Beverly McDowell, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Percy McDowell. Mrs. Brones and her son accompanied her sister and husband, the Ronald Richardsons of Lakota, and another niece, Martene Moore, of Buffalo Center to the graduation exercises, Mr, and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and daughters attended commencement at Blue Earth Thursday evening for Marlys Bahr, a former classmate of Alice Cink Of Algono Plans July 3 Nuptials ALICE CINK Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cink announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Alice, to Duane L. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nelson. Miss Cink is presently employed in Fort Dodge, and Mr. Nelson is working at the Weldenhoff Corp. A July 3rd wedding is planned at St. Cecelia's Church in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. August Roblson visited the Arne Ostergaards at Armstrong Sunday evening. Unit 1, Riverdale Rustlers Met Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 met at St. Josephs school hall with Ruth McGuire and daughters Jane and Vicky as hostess. For group activity the girls embroidered led by Mrs. Joe Loebach and Mrs. Ted Hilbert. A demonstration on drawer dividers was given by Charlene and Maribeth Thilges, Jane McGuire and Colleen Reding. Linda Reding and Mildred Thul gave an illustrated talk. Judy Kollasch, Michelle Thilges, Jane Reding and Mary Berte gave a talk on "Myself as Hostess." The 4-H picnic will be June 30 at Clear Lake. For special activity Sandy Wagner and Lenora Hilbert showed their hobbies. The girls mothers were guests. Lunch was served by the hostess. Teacher, Student Trek Underway Richard C. Palmer, Algona high school instructor, left Thursday on a seventeen-day trip to New York, Washington, D.C., and Virginia Beach with Mark Conn, Tom Ricklefs, Mike Stillman, and John Will. Mr. Palmer travels each summer and generally gives some of his students an opportunity to accompany him. This year's contingent has selected an "eastern expedition." Algona, (Id.) 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