The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
Page 15
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6-Algeho (fa.) Upp«r Dei thwrtday, D»e. 1, 1966 MR. AND MRS. InrinL. Seeman of La Mesa, Calif, came Thursday tor a visit with Mr. Seeman's mother, Mrs. Anna W. Seeman, who is a patient In Park Memorial hospital, Mason City. Mr. it Mrs. Seeman plan to be In Algona until after the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zerbe of Augusta, Kansas also came Thursday for the ThankSRivinR weekend with Mrs. Seeman. Mrs. Seeman Is Mrs. Zerbe's mother. Both Mr. and Mrs. L L. Seeman and Mrs. Zerbe are Algona natives and went to school here. Mr. Seeman formerly worked at the oil Algonu creamery before going to California In 1943. Mr. and Mrs. Zerbe formerly published the Wesley News-World and spent 25 years In Iowa newspapers before going to Augusta where they own and publish the Augusta Dally Gazette, an offset newspaper. MR. AND MRS. William 0. Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ludwig drove to Warrenvllle, HI., Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving weekend with Dar roll Ludwig and family. Darrell Is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone laboratories. MR. AND. MRS. Terry Mc- Gulre, Jack and Molly spent Thanksgiving weekend In Chicago with Mrs. McGulre's mother, Mrs. Paul Bussert. SUSAN, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, returned today to St. Barnabas Nursing School in Minneapolis after spending her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hemmingsen were also visited by Mrs. Hemmingsen 1 s mother, Mrs. F. A. Slater of Worthington, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smallwood and four children of Mitchell, S. D. and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Luoma of Arlington Heights, m. Mrs. Smallwood and Mrs. Luoma are sisters of Mrs. Hemmingsen. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Metzger Sr. celebrated their wedding anniversary by having friends in on Saturday Nov. 19th at thei apartment In Algona. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ewenj Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hlbbs; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garman, all of Algona. Cards were played and delicious lunch served. DR. AND MRS. J. M. Rooney had as guests for Thanksgiving Mrs. Rooney'smother, Mrs. Paul Wagner of Odebolt, Dr. Rooney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. VirgQ Rooney of Cedar Bluffs, Nebr., and Jeariette Anthe of Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS. Robert Watson recently attended Homecoming weekend at Parsons College, Falrfield. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sunctet spent Thanksgiving with their son, Bruce, and daughter, Sharon, students at Luther College, Decorah. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Metzger Sr. were Sunday supper guests at the Kenneth Bollig home near Seneca. Mr. Bollig and Mrs. Metzger, are brother and sister. MR. AND MRS. John Sires, Sr., Jim, Joe and Jerri Jo returned Sunday from Chicago where they had gone to spend Thanksgiving with their son-in- law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels and family and Jean Sires who is employed in the city. MR. AND MRS. Robert Kaln, of Algona, were Monday, Nov. 21st supper guests at the Clarence Metzger Sr. home. MR. AND Mrs. Claude Ruark have been visited the past week by their daughter, Mrs. John Sires, Jr. and Wendy, Cedar Rapids. Mr. Sires joined them here for Thanksgiving. MRS. LEORA St. John who was taken to St. Ann hospital several days ago was brought back to the Good Samaritan Home Friday. LT. AND MRS. Harold Amfahr became the parents of a 6 Ib. 11 oz. girl, born Nov. 26 at 4:45 a. m. Lt. Amfahr is stationed at Biloxi AFB and is the son of Matt Amfahr, Algona. MR. AND MRS. Willis Colwell entertained at Thanksgiving dinner and had as guests Mrs. Ethel Colwell, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart and family, Adel, Mrs. Otis Day of Clarion and her niece, Roberta Kramer, Dallas, Tex., who Is making an extended visit with her, Gary Colwell, a freshman student in dentistry at the University at Iowa City and Janis Faur. An afternoon caller was Molly Blanchard, Lone Rock. MR, AND MRS. Walter McBride have been visited the past week by their son Carl, his wife and little daughter, Julie. Carl has been In service five years and for a year was in Viet Nam. He will now teach at Weslaco, Tex. Mrs. CLARENCE Metzger, Sr., spent Tuesday, visiting her mother, Mrs. Clara Bollig, at the Rest Home in Bancroft. MR. AND MRS. Lawrence Riedel had as guests Thursday the former's brother Stanley, wife and family of Rowan. Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt, Adrian Casler and Vernon Casler took Terry, Steve and Jim Moore to Sioux Falls, S. D. last week to see their father, Delbe rt Mooro, who has been hospitalized since the accident in which several others were in- jured. Mr. Moore is getting along well, and though still paralyzed from the hips down, therapy has been started and it will not be long until he can be brought to Algona. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Metzger Sr. had as their dinner guests on Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger Jr. and children, Julie, F rankle and Johnny. MR. AND MRS. JIM Schneider and son Bob, all of Cross Lake, Minn., were over Thanksgiving weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Verheul and visited other old friends here. The Schneiders bought a resort on Cross Lake which they have now operated for over a year, and live there the year around. The resort, with 13 modern bungalows was filled to capacity during the summer season this year. MARY KAIN, officer in the Army nurse Corps, stationed "near Seattle, and his sisters, Eleanor from Portland, Oregon, and Mildred, from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., arrived last week to visit their mother, Mary Kain Sr., who has been 111 in St. Ann hospital. Mary and Eleanor flew to the Twin Cities where their brother, George, met them. MRS. LUELLA Collins, of West Bend, was a dinner guest 1? at the Clarence Metzger Jr. home ^. in Algona, on November 22nd. * Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger * Sr. were also guests. Benschoter Is Honored At Co-Op Meeting G. L. Benschoter of Algona was one of tea men honored as a past executive board member by the Boone Valley Co-op in a ceremony at Eagle Grove Nov. 17. Benschoter was awarded a lapel pin for Ids outstanding service. Boone Valley Co-op is owned and controlled oy 55,000 farmers through 107 local cooperatives in Iowa. Local co-ops in the area include the Hurt Co-op Elevator, Ronald Jurgens, mgr.; the Hobarton brunch of the Whittemore Co-op Elevator, Alfred Schultz, mgr.; and the Titonka Co-op Elevator, Jack Stott, mgr. The association announced at its 22nd annual meeting that a new sales and savings recur] had been established during the past year. Volume increased 22%and savings almost 300% over 1965. 4 Portable ZENITH TV's ALL YOU NEED TO REGISTER IS A CORRECT DRIVER'S LICENSE ... REGISTER AT GARAGE OR IN SERVICE STATION Register at station or garage for one of four Zenith portable television sets to be given away on December 24. Jf you purchase or take delivery of a new or used car between November 7 and December 24, you a !*°_ win $ ] OOjr if you are also one of portable t-V winners. OUR COFFEE POT IS ALWAYS ON! Stop In Garage And Enjoy A Free Cup IN STOCK - NEW BUICKS - PONTIACS - CADILLACS No Salesmen or Salesmen's Commissjons To Pay You deal direct with owners and save! SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS BUICK A160NA, IOWA PONTIAC . CADILLAC Phone 295-3591 SWEA-EAGLE By Mri. Kenneth Brones Aleta Kretzlnger of Mlnne- apolls was a guest Sunday of Cathy Feddersen at the Chris Feddersen home. Mrs. Marlln Hardt and her sister, Mrs. Betty Hammond, Fairmont, were recent weekend visitors at the home of the Jim Hardts at Lincoln, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madsen of Albert Lea, Minn., were recent visitors at the home of her brother and family, the Carl Schaubergers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Inglet and Judy of Ledyard we re Sunday callers at the Carl Schauberger home. 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