The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1965 · Page 15
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4-Alaona (la.) Upper Des Molnw Thursday, July 1, 1965 MR. AND MRS. Clarence Roch- leau had as dinner guests Father's Day Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pergande, Mr . and Mrs. Dwalne Lighter, Mrs. Myrtle Lighter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rochleau, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rochleau and the respective families. It was also an observance of the birthdays of their daughter, Mary Lee, Mason City, and Clarence Rochleau. MR. AND MRS. Julius Cink were at Forest City June 20 and had a picnic dinner with their niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nolton. MR. AND MRS. Richard Schneider were recently at Des Moines where Mr. Schneider registered for summer school at Drake University. They were guests of Mrs. Schneider's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lair. FLOYD HUTZELL returned Tuesday from Park hospital, Mason City, where he went to have his left shoulder taken care of after the accident in which his son Mark was also involved. The motorcycle they were riding hit a parked car. Mark suffered a broken leg and lacerations. His mother and Steve and her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins, went to Mason City Wednesday to see him and Floyd and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell, drove over Thursday. MRS. ROSE SIGSBEE has re-, celved word from Mrs. Dora Mendenhall of Laramie, Wyo. that her husband died June 21 in the Veterans hospital at Cheyenne, Wyo. where he had been hospitalized since March 21. Mrs. Mendenhall will be remembered here as Lela Peck, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bert Peck. She married George Stewart and they farmed south of town several years. Mr.Stewart was In World War I and received shrapnel injuries which left him a semi-invalid. Later they moved to Phoenix, Ariz, where he died of a heart attack. Mr. Mendenhall entered the hospital for a kidney infection, later suffering a heart attack and two strokes. He and his wife have been here on many occasions and he made many friends here. Mrs. Mendenhall remained at Cheyenne during his sickness. Services and burial were at Laramie. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Jasperson had as dinner guests Father's It takes a heap of planning to buy or build a home. It takes sound financing too- and that's where we can help you. We specialize in home loans. Home Federal Savings & Loan Association HOME LOANS TO BUILD, PURCHASE OR REMODEL 4% Current Earnings AH account* Fully Insured to $10,000 S«vt from th« 10th — i*rn from tho Fir»t ALGONA $!««• 1917 IOWA Day their sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ites and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ostedahl, Buffalo Center. SWSAN HEMM1NGSEN, a spring graduate, Is entering St, Barnabas school of nursing at Minneapolis. MRS. LYNN KEITH, and Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Keith, and Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keith were visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Lament Dalton, Des Moines. Mrs. Lynn Keith is a resident at Good Samaritan Home, but the group had dinner together at a cafe. Mr. Dalton Is a nephew of Mrs. Lynn Keith. MR. AND MRS. Warren Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bowman, Tim and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagg and Mr. Brayton have returned from a week at Lake-of-the-Woods, Can. The weather was not very cooperative, but they caught enough fish to make the trip worthwhile and enjoyed camping out. '65 DODGE MONACO DRIVE THE ULTIMATE IN MOTORING LUXURY Lots of people who could easily pay two or three thousand dollars more for a car have purchased a new '65 Dodge Monaco. They appreciate the finer things in motoring. Rich saddle-grain vinyl seats, dash ... plush carpeting... 315 HP V8 engine.. and dozens of other features are standard equipment. D Stop soon and see The Dodge Boys about your new '65 Dodge Monaco. You owe it to your self-esteem. D We'll do everything we can to make you a happy, satisfied car buyer. We'll give you the best terms and trade-in now,.. the best maintenance and service in the months ahead. Because we want you back again. Honest! Come in—your '65 Dodge Monaco is warmed-up and waiting. D Only The Dodge Boys have it! padded, color-keyed distinctive lines. These PEFWJIVAL MOTORS, Inc. __^ 800 South Phillips St. BOYS ALGONA, IOWA **^P " *•

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