The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Algeria, (la.) Upper DM Mottw TuMday, Oct. 12, 1965 MRS. HAROLD Roth went to West Bend Thursday to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Shaw, the former of whom is not well. She also stopped at Whlttemore to see her brother, Henry Haag, who is ailing. GARY, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk, was home from Des Moines last week to attend Homecoming. He is a student at Drake University. MRS. ROBERT Slgsbee spent Tuesday at West Bend with her mother, Mrs. Adolph Bruellman. MR. AND MRS. Robert Hardy have moved here from Wood- stock, HI. and are located in a duplex on East Linden street. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy. MR. AND MRS. Gale Stockwell spent the weekend at Mason City with their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahan and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeKruif. MRS. HAZEL LUSBY, Mrs. Elizabeth Post and Evelyn Cady spent Friday at Mason City and saw Mrs. Evalyn McDougall and Mrs. Gerald Cady. CLAUDE SLAGLE is again at home after being hospitalized at St. Ann hospital. MRS. ESTHER BARTON was visited Saturday by her sister,' Mrs. J. R. Cook, Webb. MR. AND MRS. Lowell Smith attended the World Series game at Minneapolis Wednesday. MR. AND MRS. Jess Riddle have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richter at their farm home. Mr. Richter is a nephew of Mrs. Riddle's. The Riddles hope to be able to leave for their home at Claremont, Calif, the last of the week, DICK, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Strayer, was in an auto accident recently and suffered a whip-lash. He works with the Red Cross at Amarillo, Tex., and they advised a vacation and he drove here to visit his parents. His mother went back with him for a visit of several days but is now at home having returned last Sunday. MR. AND MRS. Bob Arndorfer have moved into the Cliff Skog- strom rental house just east of 169 near the Schultz garage. MR. AND MRS. Harvey Reid were visited by their son, Allen, Glendale, Calif., who works for a Pontiac agency near U. C. L. A. and at the conclusion of his visit, his mother went home with him. She Visited at Pacoima, Calif, with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Sorensen. Mr. Reid met her at Perry Thursday. HOSPITAL NEW Sapt. 28 - Admitted: Herman Plathe, Irvington, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Ralph Stalzer and baby, Algona; Mrs. Mary Sill and baby, Burt; Mrs. Patricia Baumann and baby, Rodman; Mrs. Marlene Dutton, Algona. Sept. 29 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. David Jensen, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs., 12 oz.; admitted: Allen Hentges, Algona, boarder baby; Henry Otto, Algona, medical; IN OUR SHOWROOM THURSDAY & FRIDAY, OCT. 14-15 Look to OLDS for the NEW! • TORONADO f , Tne I*? 66 Oldsmobile Toronado, with in many years. A six-passenger hardtop coupe, Iroiit-wncel drive, is the most unique automobile it is available in a standard or deluxe model. dismissed t Mrs. Edward Menke and baby, Bancroft; Mrs. Mervin Hentges, Algona; Mrs. Thomas Rich and baby, Algona; Mrs. Sharon Hanle and baby, Algona, Mrs. Lloyd Bellinger and baby, Burt; Mrs. Marilyn Chlcoine, Ottosen; Mrs. Phyllis Miller, Terry Hauenstein, Algona; Willie Ricklefs, Titonka. Sept. 30 - Dismissed: Linn Taylor, Allen Lee Hentges, Algona; Mrs. Pearl Hansen, Whlttemore; Mrs.UewedaAlvey, Bancroft. Oct. 1 - Admitted: Dennis Plathe, LuVerne, fracture; Leonard Pompe, Whlttemore, medical ; James A. Havner, Rodman, accident; Jack Hough, Rodman, accident; dismissed: Lawrence Winkel. Oct. 2 - Dismissed: Jack Hough, James Havner, Rodman; Richard Knoll, Lone Rock; Herman Plathe, Irvington. Oct. 3 - Admitted: Mrs. Marvel Nygaard, Wesley, surgery. Oct. 4 - Admitted: John Gerber, Algona, medical; Alfred Meyer, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. David Jensen and baby, Algona. DBDBDB F-R-E-E COFFEE & DONUTS BOTH DAYS D D D • D • D • D Oldsn-abile's introduction of the Cutlass Supreme luxurious interior and optional vinyl-clad roof, for 1M<5 brings a four-door hardtop to the F-85 Like all of the Cutlass models, the Supreme is line fur the first time. Displaying the same "Hoi- powered by the 10.25-to-l, 330-cubic-incn Jetfire iday" styling of the full-size, four-door Oldsmobile Rocket V-8 A-hich may be teamed with the highly hardtops, the Cutlass Supreme features an extra- efficient J«faway automatic transmission. DAU'S OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER So* Dodge Algona

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