The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1968 · Page 3
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Banker Honored By Swea City VFW Post A Service Award plaque and citation to Lee Davidson, president of the Swea City State Bank, is being presented to Mr. Davidson by Commander George Elliott of Post 3963. Swea City, la. The award was for assistance to the Community, the Scouting program, and annual Fair and Field Days in Swea City; also for the support and recognition of promoting Americanism and Loyalty in the community. In a letter to Post 3963, thanking them for the award, Mr. Davidson said, "I want to take this opportunity to acknowledge that Swea City is a 'better community' because of the activities of the V.F.W. Post?' The award ceremony was held at Post 3963, on its anniversary and Pearl Harbor observance, on Saturday, Dec. 9,1967. MR. AND MRS. John Dreesman have been visited by their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Chung, Hong Kong. Mr. Chung returned home a short time ago, but his wife will remain here a little longer. MR. AND MRS. Vincent Esser recently returned from a vacation on which they left Dec. 24. They visited their son Harold and family at Oakland. He is attending a naval school. They also visited Mrs. Esser's brother, Michael Scribner, brother Edward and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodes, her brother-in- law, at Escondido, and mother, Mrs. Josephine Scribner, San Diego. The trip out was made via train but the home trip was via plane, a Christmas gift from their son, Harold. The Scribner family formerly lived at LuVerne and are well known there as well as in this community. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Fraser went to Des Moines Wednesday, hoping to see the tatter's brother, Frank Burke, at Veteran's Hospital, but he was in isolation. Glen Rike is also a patient there and is recovering from a heart attack. The Frasers spent some time with their son Dick and family. MR, AND MRS. Herman Funk were visited recently by their daughter, Florence, Chicago. They frequently go to Humboldt to visit their son, Fred, and his wife and son Harold. MR. AND MRS. John P. Simon returned Monday after spending Tour weeks at LaMesa, Calif, visiting with the I. L. Seeman family. MR. AND MRS: Henry Otto, parents of Mrs. Corrine Laing, are now residents of Grandview Lutheran Rest Home, Des Moines. Mr. Otto, who underwent major surgery recently, is now making good recovery. They are former Algonans. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson were at Sumner Jan. 7 to attend the observance of the fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Traeger. Mr. Traeger is a brother of Mrs. Hobson. MRS. ROSE SMITH, former Algonan who moved to Paullina a few years ago, was a recent visitor here with friends and was a house guest of Mrs. Esther Barton. She also visited her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harr, Des Moines, and attended the wedding Dec. 22 of her grandson, Michael Harr. CLAYTON BUNKMAN, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Blinkman, former Algonans, is hospitalized at Mason City. He is in Park Hospital and his home is at Manly. He is a nephew of Mrs. Lillian Foth. Tlit AVERAGE Food Coil h LOWER AT HOOD'S-Day After Day. Wo Invite You To Cheek %FWV W^PJ^Ww <Pff^w Prim & COMPARE JOHN, son of Mr. and Iffs. Homer Clark, is a student at the college in Kirksville, Mo. He has recently pledged Alpha Kappa Lambba fraternity. His holiday vacation was spent here with his parents. MRS. MAE DETTMAN, Mrs. Mabel Riddle and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfredson stopped at Burt last Tuesday and took Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Woltz with them to Fairmont where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson. Mrs. Dettman, Mrs. Riddle, Ernest and Alfred Godfredson are brothers and sisters. JEAN SIGSBEE, who came from Sarasota, Fla., to spend the holidays with her grandmothers, Mrs. Harold Hobson and Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and other relatives, has been at Waterloo for a visit with her brother, William Sigsbee and family. She returned a few days ago. MRS. C. A. GEILENFELD has had recent word from her daughter, Mrs. Bernard Brunsvold, Rock Island, HI., thatherhusband who had been hospitalized and released had to enter again. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Geilenfeld have had as guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson, Bruce and Brett of Meyer, m. They were enroute home from San Francisco, Calif., where they spent the holidays with Larry's mother and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding. MRS. KATHRYN Mahoney was recently visited by her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weir, Pat, Kathy, Jean and Tricia, Minneapolis. A short time later, another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. andMrs.W.D. Storck, Douglas and Dave, were here from Jefferson. Chris Hemmen Named To Company Board John Howes, President of American Home Investment Company of Davenport, Iowa, has announced that Chris C. Hemmen, Algona, has been named to the post of Company Advisor. He will serve as an advisor to the management of the firm which was organized four years ago to operate in the field of cash purchases of residential properties and the resale at a profit to qualified buyers. Mr. Howes said, "American Home is very fortunate to have a man of Mr. Hemmen's experience and ability to serve on its Advisory Board." Mr. Hemmen FOR PLUMBING HEATING COOLING INSTALLATION - REPAIR OR REMODELNG WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE Phone 295-2104 LAING Plombino-Heoting-Coolinfl 12 No. Dodge, Algpna Tuttday, Jan. 16, 196t Ala«Mia, (10.) Upper DM Molne*-J a long time resident of Kossuth county and a leader in his community, and experienced in business affairs, is typical of the Advisors who are representing American Home throughout Iowa. Mr. Hemmen, well informed as to company policy, will serve as Advisor to stockholders and company officials in the local area of company expansions and operations, and opportunities that lie in the immediate area. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Thorson, Christine, Wdw. to Vanita & Earl Byson 12-28-67 An undiv. 1/3 int. in & to W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 & the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 29-100-30. Johnson, Claude D. & Mavis to Walter & Cleo Gardner 1229-67 SW 1/4 & W 1/2 SW 1/4 exc. see record 10-98-30. Schmidt, Kenneth & Jacquelyn to Fred & Mary Ellen Schmidt 12-29-67 Lot 10 blk 1 & S 15' lot 11 Weisbrod's Add., Fenton. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPERtI ALGONA Coming Sunday JANUARY 21st to The Algona Theatre ENDS TUESDAY JAN. 16 frank sinatra is tonif ronie i 2 COMPLETE SHOWINGS EACH EVENING. ADULTS: $1.25 LUNT Sterling Silver Patterns Here's your chance to fill-in your service ... but you must act now! Here's good news! If you own one of the Lunt Sterling patterns shown here, you now have the opportunity of matching or adding to your service. LUNT SILVERSMITHS have agreed to make to our order any number of pieces which you may now need. But you must take advantage of this ''special order" program right away. We must have your orders by March 1, 1968. We cannot guarantee delivery on orders after this date. The silver you order will be shipped to us after July 1,1968. Stop in, phone, or write. These patterns will not be available again until 1970! 5 Ea$t State ^^ Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5672 H111 • t >,OJU.».«.OJJU.« t.U.IJUUUU « » • U..tJUUUULlJL#

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