The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
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12-AlgSfla, (la.) Upptr Thursday, 0«. 15, !966 MRS. EVERETT BLACK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Geeriag, is ho^lUllred in Glenn EUyn, Hi., and wiu perhaps have surgery. If she is sufficiently recovered, Mr. widMrs.Gerring plan to spend Christmas there and will be taken there by their daughter Mary Ann and her husband James Lan, St. Paul, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Ted Herbst will have as guests from Dec. 2Z-28 the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lacy, Highland Park, m. They will make the trip via plane. MRS. FLOYD TURNER has returned from a visit of two weeks in Des Moines with her daughters, Ruby Walton and Marjorie Apple. They will join Mrs. Turner here to go to Sheldon for Christmas with another daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius De Krulf. Mrs. De Kruif is the former Pauline Turner. IDLE HOUR bridge club met Wednesday with Mrs. Milton Norton. MR. AND MRS. Henry Guderian plan to spend Christmas at Waltham, Minn, with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merill Bacon. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Streit spent uie weekend at Cedar Rapids with their son Michael and family. They attended the first communion of the Michael Strelt's son. MRS. GRACE JOHNSON will be leaving quite soon for Cedar Rapids where she will visit her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller. From there she will go to Oakland, Calif, and remain for the winter with her daughter, Charlotte and husband, Prof, and Mrs. Robert Hartman. Prof. Hartman is on the faculty at Berkeley. MRS. LAURA HOUGH is being visited by Gertrude Woith, Owatonna, Minn. She is making a rattier extended visit. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp have been visited by the latter's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart, Cokato, Minn. At another time, they had as guests Mrs. Lottie Isenberger, aunt of Mrs. Klamp, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Skeens, granddaughter of Mrs. Isenberger and husband who for the past four years have been at Anchorage, Alaska where Mr. Skeens was in service. MRS. ROSE SMITH, formerly of Algona, who moved to Paullina a few months ago is going to spend the winter in Kansas City, Mo. with her granddaughter, Mrs. Fred Medley. Mr. Medley has been called to service and prefers that his wife not be alone. It is probable they will come to Paullina for Christmas and Mrs. Smith will visit with friends here. MARY STREIT, who had recent surgery at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, is still hospitalized but slowly recovering. MR. AND MRS. H. M. Smith have been visited by a niece of Mrs. Smith, Mrs. E. G. Davis, Cocoa, Fla., who came to see Mary Streit at Ft. Dodge. She left for home Tuesday. Jack Streit has been here from Denver and Leo Streit has been here from LeGrande, Ore. to see Mary and are dividing their time between the H. M. Smiths and the Matthew Streits. MR. AND MRS. Vallo Naudain spent the weekend at Elmore, Minn, with the latter's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maland. JEAN SIRES, who is employed in Chicago, will be home for Christmas and New Years, which will be spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, Sr. MR. AND MRS. Alex Olson of Armstrong spent a day recently with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, Sr. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis plan to spend Christmas at Monett, Mo. with the latter's mother, Mrs. A. B. Montgomery. MRS. DON SMITH, SR., who suffered a heart attack two weeks ago, is now able to sit up a little. MRS. BERTHA POMMER will be at Fenton Christmas at the Henry Loofts and will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. David Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Looft, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Looft, Rochester, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit DeWaard, Titonka. MR. AND MRS. Don McGinnis are coming from Fulton, Ell. to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis. Both are teaching in the Fulton school system so they will be here but a few days. THE KNIT and SEW Club met Tuesday with Mrs. L. R. Kees. There was an exchange of gifts. The name has been changed to "Nit-and-So" club. MR. AND MRS. Pete Jorgenson will entertain at a family dinner Dec. 26. Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Loucks, Ledyard, Mrs. Robert Kttchel and Mr. and Mrs. William Coophanger, Elmore, and the respective families. MRS. FRANK VERA and her brother, Fred Hagen, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vera at Buffalo Center. CHRISTMAS GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fraser will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schlie- vert and family, Mary Fraser and Minnie Barker. Hurry To BIG BEAR TOY CLOSEOUT 1 Day Only-SUII., DEC. 18th from 1:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. Our CompUt* Stotk of Household APPLIANCES Off ftif Bfirt Rteular Low Prlctsl BIG BEAR WEATHER permitting, Mrs. Pearl Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Mud Potter plan to spend Christmas Day at Tama with Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Potter and th«lr sons. MR. AND MRS. Dick Post, Mrs. EUiaheth Post end Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreosen attended funeral services Monday at Clear Lake for Walt Post, uncle of Mrs. And reason and Dick Post, and brother-in-law of Mrs. Elizabeth (Hugh) Post. He had been In failing health for some time. Mrs. Elizabeth Post and Mrs. Frank Vera stopped there last Thursday en- route home from Mason City. Walt was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, the following day. He was married to Ada Stewart and for many years made their home in Algona. Later they moved to Clear Lake and Walt was a city employee. They have a son Kenneth, who is mar• < r r NEW FROM SHEAFFER. A classic new gift — the Stylist™ ballpoint and pencil set Great gui! Siim, slender styling—handsomest shape a ballpoint's ever been In. Patented 'Safeguard' dip operates retracting mechanism Super-smooth stainless steel tip. Matching pencil has large lead storage capacity, concealed eraser. Both with gleaming electroplated gold cap, 505 •Stylist' Set, $10.00. rled and lives in Clear Lake. The deceased was a little past eighty. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Metzger, Sr. attended funeral services a week ago Saturday at Yankton, S. D. for Hans Calleson, son of their son-in-law's father. They returned home the following day. DR. AND MRS. Daniel Bray spent Thursday and Friday at Iowa City where the doctor attended a medical course on heart and lung diseases. J. D. BURNS was returned home from Veterans hospital in Des Moines. After spending the holidays here, Mrs. Burns will take him back Jan. 3 for a checkup. CHRISTMAS GUESTS at the Frank Butts home will be the children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buss and family of Minneapolis, Dorothy Butts, Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Don Butts and family, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Nelson and children. They will spend as much time as possible with Mr. Butts, who is at the Good Samaritan Horn?. DAVID COWAN, freshman at Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn., arrived home Tuesday to spend the Christmas holidays at the parental K. S. Cowans. Wesley Xmas Program WESLEY - The pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school will present a Christmas program Wednesday evening, Dec. 21, in the parish hall. School will close Dec. 22 for the holiday vacation. "KoBsuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Ottosen Pair Feted; Wed 25 Years Ago OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrt. Fahey Gress celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday night when relative* came with lunch and best wiah* es for the occassion. Mr. and Mrs. Gress are parents of fire children. Ray lives at Ames, Rodney attends junior college at Ft. Dodge, Cloyce is a senior, Bobby, a freshmen and Connie in the fifth grade of the Twin Rivers school. They have two grandchildren. Saturday, the Gress family all went to Ames where they were dinner guests at the Ray Gress home. Mrs. Ray Gress, who is from England, cooked them an English dinner. Earl Olson celebrated a birthday Monday. Evening guests who came bringing a pot lock hutch were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson of Bradgato, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Hanselman and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin HanmlRian of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ransdman of LitermofS and Mr. and Mrs. Carol Risvoid of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson visited Hilda, Vlggo and Fremond Nielsen at Rdfe Wednesday night. Wesley Youth Enlists, Navy WESLEY - Terrence Weir has enlisted in the U. S. Navy in Mason City for a period of four years. He is presently undergoing recruit training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. Upon completion of this training he will be granted 14 days leave before reporting to his next duty station. Terrence is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weir of rural Wesley. Another son, Eugene Weir is in the Army and has been in Viet Nam since March 8. HUNTER Fourteen year old Denny Gan- 2evoort of Peterson began his hunting career this fall with a very good start. Denny shot a five point buck deer with one shot with his first gun he had received a week before for his birthday. - o Bertha Olsen and John Olsen were Sunday dinner guests of the Dennis Hoelns, Armstrong. The dinner honored Brian Hoein on a birthday anniversary. Home Fireproof Vaults and Chests - protect your valuable records, papers, etc. at low cost$18.75 and up at THE UPPER DES MOINES. 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