The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 9, 1965
Page 10
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10-Alpono. fin ) Upper De» MeinM Thursday, S*p». 9, 1965 AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIER K JOHN GILMORE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore, arrived Friday for a visit with his family after completing boot training at Great Lakes Naval Station. He entered service on his 18th birthday July 8 and this Is his first leave. Ed's sister, Mary Lou, Dr. and Mrs. S, G. Webanofl, Harry and Lori, left a week ago to return to their home Is Osslning, New York, after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. MR. AND MRS. LeRoy Geving and Jay and Lori have moved Into their new home on East Nebraska Street. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sherman moved last week into the home vacated by the Geving family at 221 South Main Street. Mr. Sherman is a supervisor for Standard Oil and the family came to Algona In July from Fort Dodge. ilijyiiiiiniiiifiniiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiHiiHiiiitiiiBiiiinpiiinninh? GUESTS OVER the Labor Day- weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Harmes were Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Withers of Osakls, Minn. Randy Harmes will leave about the 20th to go to Iowa City where he will lie a senior, with an art major, at the University. BAPTIZED AT St. Cecelia's was Mark Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferstl. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cink. DIANE SMITH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, left yesterday to go to Cedar Falls, where she will be a freshman In elementary education at State College of Iowa. KENDRA SEELY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely, left yesterday, accompanied by Delthea Shierk, daughter of Mrs. C. C. Shierk, to go to Northwest Missouri State College, where they will both be sophomores. PATTY BRAY, who has spent the summer in Washington, D.C., and Betty, who has spent the Slimmer at Camp Brady in Patterson, N. Y., returned to lie with their family, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray, last Friday. The girls will leave Saturday for St. Paul where they will be students at St. Catherine's. ELAINE AND Donald Kramer stayed with the Clarence Marsos, West Bend, and Nancy Kramer stayed with the Vernon Kramers, Livermore, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer, spent a few days In Minnesota recently. MR. AND MRS. Leon Hugebach, New Hampton, became the parents of a son, John Joseph, born Aug. 29 and weighing 81bs., 8 oz. They have another son, 3, and a daughter, 6. Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe, the maternal grandparents, spent the weekend with the Hugebachs. MRS. W. C. IRELAN and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson were hostesses at the ladles luncheon at Algona Country Club Sept. 1. Winners were Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Delia Welter and Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. The NEW FALL HAIRSTYLES are here! NOW... 5 COSMETOLOGISTS TO SERVE YOU! Pictured above or* tht 5 Hair StylliU of Sheaklty'i Beauty Salon. Left to right. Delroe Kemna, Manager; Jean Rock, Ardls lande, Jolene Hypei & Roialie Hylnk. COMPLEMENT TODAYS FASHIONS WITH ONE OF FASHION'S MOST IMPORTANT ACCESSORIES - AN INDIVIDUALLY STYLED COIFFURE BY ONE OF OUR SKILLED OPERATORS. PERMANENT SPECIAL! EVERY MONDAY REGULAR »10°° PERMANENT ONLY • $6.95 • Call 299*9477 for Appointment f Now OPEN Friday Nites Til 9 For Your Conven!tnc« Sheakky's Beauty Salon if Completely Remodeled & Air Conditioned * THE MONTHLY meeting of the catholic Daughters of America will be held Sept. 9 at St. Cecelia's hall, beginning with a 6:30 dinner. Chair- ladles are Sylvia Germann and Marian Crawford, and the committee consisting of Donna Baldwin. Dolores Bode, Evelyn Canham, JosepninetMsenbarth, Alice Fox, Irene Griffin, Genevieve Hargreaves, Lorraine Higley, Verna Kaln, Adelaide Kohlhaas, Eileen Lampright, Mary Lucey, Camilla Metzger, Louise Murphy, Marie Payne, Arliss Rich, Colette Schneider, Cecelia Simons, Dorothy Studer, Ruth Thuente and Marie Welp. HOUSE GUEST last week of Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas was Mrs, Ursula Doughan of San Diego, former Algonan. She arrived Monday and left Saturday by plane to return home. Wednesday, Mrs. Kolilhaas entertained at coffee, to which she invited old friends and neighbors of Mrs. Doughan, who moved from Algona about 20 years ago. Sunday, Mrs. Kohlhaas and Rose Scanlan went to Clarion where they visited the former Betty Kohlhaas, Mr, and Mrs. Dale Brand and family. Their eldest son, Phil Brand, left Tuesday to enter Central State College THE ALGONA Ministerial Association held a luncheon meeting at the Johnson House Tuesday, with Rev. Newton Coughenour presiding. JOYCE RIEBHOFF has gone to Des Moines where she will teach 4th, 5th and 6th grade in Monroe elementary school. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Seely will meet their son, Victor, at Sioux Falls on the 17th. He has seen 1 1/2 years of service in Korea and will leave from there by jet plane on the 17th and land in Sioux Falls the same day. His stay here is indefinite, but following his leave, he will report to Fort Reilly, where he will be at the medical depot. FRANC1E ZE1GLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Willard Zeigler, and office assistant to William F. Steele in the Chamber of Commerlce office, is in Des Moines where she is attending a conference of office secretaries, JANET EILEEN Christian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Christian, was baptized recently at the First Lutheran church, JOANNE HUTCHISON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, has returned to Tucson, Ariz, after a visit with her family here. She will be teaching again this year. Another daughter, Nancy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newton, who arrived August 15 to visit here, left last weekend to return to their home in Kansas City. CHARLENE LaBARRE, who graduated August 27 from Iowa State University at Ames with a B. S. in child psychology, and who has visited her family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris, left a week ago to go to Colorado. She was accompanied by a classmate, Judy Addington of Fort Dodge. The girls are spending several days at Estes National Park before proceeding to Denver where they will both be employed. Sue LaBarre left last week from Carroll with friends to drive to Belmont, Cal. where she will teach 1st grade for her third year. ANN SEGER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger, has transfer red from Iowa State University at Ames and will be a student at Iowa University at Iowa City. MR. AND MRS. James Dodds and family last week visited Dr. and Mrs. Michael McGovern and family at Mexico, Mo. The Dr., a veterinarian, is a nephew of Mrs. Dodds and a graduate of Algona high school. The Dodds family then went to Cordova, m. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Deines and family. Mr, Deines is a former chemistry instructor at Algona high. Their home is on the Mississippi river, and the group spent a day on a houseboat on the river. KAY MOULTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, and Judy Munger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munger, both student nurses at Kahler In Rochester, have spent from August 20 with their respective parents and returned to school Monday. MR. AND MRS. HankGeilen- feld, accompanied by his mother, Mrs, Martha Geilenfeld, spent the weekend in Milan, near Rock Island, HI., where they visited a sister of Mr. Geilenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Brunsvold and family. MRS. THEO HUTCHISON arrived Saturday after a three- month tour of Europe. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Mell Peterson of Los Angeles. Arriving back in the States, they visited another sister, Betty,Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kruse and family In Washington, D, C./and another sister, Jean.Mr. and Mrs. sterling Goff arfd family in Louisville, Kentucky. They stopped also and visited Mrs. Hutchison's two sons, Tom and Ted in Des Moines. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Everds are her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kelly of Tulsa, Okla., who arrived Monday. MK. AND MRS. Les Kenyon spent Labor Day weekend In Minneapolis. Their daughter, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Les Fox-, hoven and' family, visited Mr, Foxhoven's family last week at Earling and attended his sister's wedding at Council Bluffs. Another daughter, Patricia, will leave the 21st for Mankato, Minn, where she will be a sophomore at the State College. REV. BOYD Granzow and family of New Ulm, Minn, spent several days last week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow and Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon and family. 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