The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1965 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

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SWEA-EAGLE By Mn. Kenneth Brones mmmiimmitiiiiiiiiiiniaiiCHiBHiiiiiiiiiminiimiiimi FAMILY REUNION About 50 relatives attended the Godfredson family reunion Sunday at the Legion hall. Lyle Godfredson was elected president for the coming year and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson was elected secretary-treasurer. Attending were Mrs. Ed Godfredson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson, Mrs. Mervin Johnson and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Godfredson and family; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Godfredson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godfredson, all of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Verle Looft andfamily, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfredson and family, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Mae Dettman of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. John Von Bank and family, Sherburn, Minn. - o Friends and neighbors gave a housewarming party for the Arthur W. Larsons last Thursday evening. About 15 couples were present. The Larsons received a purse of money for their welcome gift. Her parents, the S. B. Nelsons were Sunday afternoon guests at the Jim Koons home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith and David were Sunday evening visitors. Jerry Anderson, Dennis Richardson, Brian Farrow and Allen Elsenmann attended a birthday party for Joel Stevens, 7, Monday at the Richard Stevens home. Jennifer and Danny Anderson returned home from Boulder, Colo. Saturday, where they had gone with grandparents, the Arthur Andersons to attend commencement for a cousin, Judy Nelson, daughter of the Alvin Nelsons of Boulder, and Ursulla Koehne, German exchange student who spent the past year with the Nelsons. Mrs. Walter Magnusen spent Monday to Wednesday at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, as a medical patient and was reentered Sunday. She was to have major surgery Tuesday morning. Walter Magnusen attended the funeral of his cousin, Gerald Meier, 29, who had been killed in an accident on the highway. Services were at Worthington, Minn. Maxine Clark left for Montana June 3 where she will teach Bible school at various locations until August 1. Betty Clark and her friend, Marlene Belthius, left for a tour of Europe June 9. Her parents, the Glen Clarks, took the young ladies to Waterloo where they boarded a train for the trip to Montreal, Canada. Then the girls were to take an ocean liner to Liverpool, England. The tour group is sponsored by Americans Abroad and will visit England, Scotland, Sweden, Norway, Austral, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Spain. Relatives enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at the Gene Thompson home fdr the birthday of Barbara Erickson, daughter of the Everett Ericksons. Guests included the Everett Erickson family, the Walter Minos, Ronald Johnsons, Dettmer Thompsons and Roy Bergeson and his granddaughter, Susan Bergeson. Mr. and Mrs, William Krumm were Sunday evening visitors at the Ralph Walker home. Her niece and family, the Dick Walters of Miwappjls,! ( were weekend visitors &t thei Elmer Bailey home. Mr. and Mrs.Mar- lyn Paul and family were Sunday callers. Mrs. Everett Johansbn and children and Mrs. Jerry Wagner and children attended the Johnson family picnic* at Fairmont Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boman of Forest City visited Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brones. Mrs. Virgil Peterson and two daughters of New Brighton, Minn, and her mother, Mrs. Mamie Barker, Fairmont, Minn, were visitors one day last week at the Albert Anderson and William Tobin homes. They and Mrs. Kenneth Brones were supper guests at the Anderson home. Connie PechandKathyFedder- sen entertained 22 members of the senior class at a wiener roast in honor of Pearl Gahuman last Thursday evening at the Feddersen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr attended funeral services for her brother, Joe Krebsbach, 52, Saturday at Pocahontas. Mr. Krebsbach was killed Thursday when he accidentally backed his gravel truck down a 25 foot embankment at the rock quarry. Marlys Bahr, Blue Earth, Minn, has been visiting the past several days at the home of her friend, Marjorle Lee Tobin. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hurlburt and Julie of Fonda were weekend pests at the parental Maynard Hurlburt home. Mick Hurlburt has accepted a position with the Pepsi-Cola Company at Brainerd, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Walterman and family of Fairmont were recent callers at the Carl Schauberger home. Albin Peterson, Mrs. Minnie Johnson, Edith and Myrtle Molinder were Sunday callers at the Art Peterson home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ralph Walker home to visit Reta were Mrs. Penny Miller and Bernita Moats of Estherville. Notes Of Servicemei .He entered the Artay last March. He was graduated from Titonka High School in 1961 and Mason City Junior College In 1963. Fred Goetsch, Henry Loerwald, Lowell Thomas and Billy Hardcopf, members of the Lu- Verne Volunteer Fire Department were in Ames attending a fire school. USS FREMONT (APA-44) (FffTNC) June 15 - Marine Corporal Albert E. Fosnaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Fosnaugh of 210 E. Elm St., Algona, Iowa, deployed June 4 with Headquarters and Service Company of Battalion Landing Team 2/2 aboard ships of the UJS. Atlantic Fleet enroute to the Mediterranean. The attack transport USS Fremont is serving asthe team's flagship, He will participate in various training exercises. He will also have opportunities to visit local European ports for liberty and sightseeing. FORT RUCKER, ALA. (AHTNC) - Pvt. Doyle A. Trenary, son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Trenary, Burt, Iowa, completed a five-week flight operations specialist course at the Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, Ala., June 24. CORD SETS REPLACED PROMPT SERVICE It It »'e«)|y SHOCKING, to ti«4 WOMt 0)n0 WHY TAKE CHANCES? 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