The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1965 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1965
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Algeria (la.) Upper Dei Molnti-3 fhurlday, July IS, 1965 BY RUTH SfflERK MR, AND MRS, Don Schaap and two children concluded a visit with his mother, Mrs, C,D. Schaap, and left Monday to return to their home in Hawthorne, Cal. They also visited relatives at Armstrong and Atlanta, Georgia, MR, AND MRS, Brady Rovn spent last weekend in Minneapolis, where they visited their daughter Judy, Mr. and Mrs, Randall Shierk and family, as well as Mrs, Rovn's mother, Mrs. Thompson, MRS. ELLIOTT Skilling is vacationing at Lost Island Lake near Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS. Vic Parsons and daughter, Linda, vacationed near Biloxl, Miss, where they visited their son, Jim, who is in the air force in combat radio control. Jim expects to have his first leave in October. Linda will attend Mornlngside College at Sioux City in the fall, BARBARA WICKS, daughter of Mr'.' and Mrs, Orville Wicks, returned Sunday after spending two weeks in a Luther League work camp at San Antonio, Texas. Barb was' the only lowan at the camp. WEEKEND GUEST of Mr. and MrS. Richard P. Norton and family was Lonnie Christiansen of Minneapolis. JOAN BY AM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam, and Virginia Klein of Sexton left Monday, driving to Seattle where they will take a boat to Anchorage, Alaska. They expect to be gone about a month. Lowell Byam of O'Hare Field in Chicago spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam. MR. AND MRS. James Pratt of;.'benmark, Iowa, joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt, last weekend. The latter hsfife win* "caring for "thV'twb" grwidcSildren, David and Linda, following an accident in which the younger Mrs. Pratt was thrown from a horse. Eleven teeth were knocked out and it will be-', at least six weeks before dental surgery can be attempted. JANE COLE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cole, left last week for Ephraim, Wise, where she is employed at a resort. ALGONA JAYCEES held a work-meeting Monday night, building fireplaces in the park at the swimming pool. Those participating included President Steve Ostrum, project chairman, Bob Watson, as well as Bob Post, Floyd Hutzell, Les Foxhoven, Dick Thoreson, Gary Davis, Frank King and Dick Ringsdorf. > MR. AND MRS, John Hayes returned Monday evening after attending the Kiwanis International convention in New York City. They toured the World's Fair and on their return trip visited their daughter, Carol, Columbus, Ohio, Miss Hayes is' starting work at the Y. W. C. A., where she will be director of health, physical education and recreation, CATHY STEELE, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Steele, who graduated from Nettleton Business College In Sioux City in May, has begun her new job as secretary for Northwest Airlines at'the st. Paul-Minneapolis International Airport, CHERYL YANDERWAAL is spending the summer with her parents,,, Mr, and Mrs. Vander- Waal, After she received her master's degree in social work frpm the University of Southern California at Berkeley, Cheryl made a vacation trip to Mexico. v Dfl. AND MRS. L. L, Snyder and four children returned recently from a vacation trip to the Black Hills, 'MR, AND MRS, Wes Bartlett, son Brett, and Greg Allen, son oft Mr, and Mrs. Elgin Allen, returned Monday evening after attending a board meeting and Kiwanis International convention in New York City, Following the meetings, the group went to Allensbury, Pennsylvania, a re* sojt, with a side-trip to Hershey and Gettysburg, They also visited briefly with Mr. and Mrs, Glee pitcher and family, who had just returned from a trip to Colorado. Mrs, Pitcher is the former Doris Lqqg Qf Ajgona, HONEY of a SALE! o&c French Fried Onions. .2 r ;J;°49 DEBBIE Liquid Detergent... 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