The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1965 · Page 15
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Algeria, (la.) U PP *r DM Molirat Tuesday, $«pf. 14, 1965 MR. AND MRS. Everett Anderson were visited last week by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson, Todd and Mark, Ames. Mrs. Olson is a registered nurse at Mary Greeley hospital and her husband attends the university. MR. AND MRS. Carson Taylor, former Algonans who have been living at Phoenix, Ariz, a number of years, recently moved to Sitka, Alaska. Mr.Taylor has a brother there. Mrs. Taylor will be remembered as Arba Dee Long, daughter of Abner and the late Sarah Long. BARBARA BARTLETT, who Is teaching at Storm Lake, spent the Labor Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett. The son Bill left Wednesday to attend Morningside College at Sioux City. MR. AND MRS. W. L. Baker had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson and Mrs. Winnie Weidenheft, Elmore, Mrs. Dick Horton and Sandra, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Levi Tressler, Blue Earth. MRS. MARTIN BECKER is making good progress in her improvement from a recent stroke. She can now get around the house with a cane. MRS. ESTHER BARTON spent the Labor Day weekend at Webb with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Funk and Dorene spent the Labor Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Funk and were met there by Howard of Milwaukee, Wise. MRS. ELMER WALTER has returned from a visit of a week at Winona, Minn, with her mother, Mrs. 1. L. Jeweski. MR. AND MRS. Leon Stock were here last Tuesday from Marysville, Wash, and were accompanied by Miss Whitt. Leon's parents were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stock and owned the house now belonging to Mrs. Clarice Kresensky. Leon's sister, Bernice, teaches In Seattle, Wash, and the brother Kenneth lives In California. Leon was unable to attend the fiftieth anniversary class reunion but several friends met for dinner at the Johnson House, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Stewart McFadden and Hazel Brooks and Frances Wright, Eagle Grove, The evening was spent at the Hansons and callers who spent the evening there were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Howard French and Mrs. Cydney Laird. MARY KAY BARRY, granddaughter of Mrs. W. A. Barry, is now employed at Wright- Patterson Field at Dayton, Ohio and makes her home at Fairborn. Her cousin David and wife also live at Fairborn. MR. AND MRS. Eldon Winkel have been visited by the latter's brothers-in-law and sisters Mr, and Mrs. John Bllba and Tom, Omaha, and Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Lynch, Chicago, who went from here to Omaha, MRS. NICK FISCH entertained her card club last Tuesday. MR. AND MRS. Ruppert Young spent last Sunday at Cylinder with the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fries. The Fries' son Dick was there from New Ulm, Minn. He is an x-ray technician and expects to be Inducted into the service soon. MR. AND MRS. Dick Beisell had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sadler, Ft. Dodge, parents of Mrs. Beisell. MR. AND MRS. Don Frew and family spent the Labor Day weekend at St. Paul with Mrs. Prew's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Martin King. MR. AND MRS. Sam Shipler have been at Rochester, Minn, and Mr, Shipler had surgery for gall stones. Mrs. Shipler has been,having trouble with a foot and received treatment. MRS. EFFIE TEETER had as guests last week her son, John and wife and daughter Stephanie, Normal, 111. MRS. ELVIRA MONLUX was visited Sunday by her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. William Monlux of Ames. The doctor and his wife left Sept. 13 on a trip till Oct. 25 to Stockholm, Sweden, where he will attend an International Conference to Denmark, Germany, France, Switzerland, England and Ireland. This makes the third trip abroad for the doctor and at one time he was also in Africa MRS. CLARK ORTON has gone to Brazil, Ind. for a visit with her sister, Mrs. John Martin. MRS. RUBE WALKER was visited last week by her daughter, Pearl, Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Gerald Bomgaars spent the Labor Day weekend at Okoboji with the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bomgaars. DR. AND MRS. Don Kingfield spent last week at Sac City and Wall Lake with the respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kingfield and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton, respectively. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Baker, who has been in service the past eight months has completed his medical training at Fort Banning, Ga. He is with the periscbuba diving training and has received his wings for parachuting. He has been sent to Florida for further training. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Jergenson were visited Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Babb of.Corwith. MR. AND MRS. Alex Dermand have retained from a visit of a month at various points in California, going mainly to attend the wedding of their son, Nidas and Virginia Archer, Mar Vista. The couple is at home at Los Angeles. Former Al- gonans they visited were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genrich, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Best. Mr. and Mrs. Dermand were recently at Iowa City to see their daughter, Mrs. Kathy Salyer. She is employed at the "writer's workshop." MR. AND MRS. Raymond Funk took their daughter, Doreen, to Ames Tuesday where she is a student at the university. MR. AND MRS. Thomas Cogdall were visited from Tuesday till Thursday by the senior Thomas Cogdalls of Cresco. Never Needs Ironing! m V. 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