The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1966
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(to.) »f, VH4 Algona Couple Wed 60 Years Pictured alwre are Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey, who observed Uitlr 60th w«4dlng an- nlverury Sunday, Dec. 18, u reported In last week's papsr. The abwe picture was not re- c«ive<l in Urn* to acc/rtnparr/ that story. Th« Runehsys were marrU4 at" the brt/fc's home In Whlttemore t/raiship D*c. 19, 190«. They farmed in Rrmdala township aad retired to Alfooa in 1943 and lived on Sooth Minnesota Ull last fall when they moved to 20% S. Durant to a ooe floor home. Hosts for the reception were me Bunchey daughter and husband, Mr. aad Mrs. Wayne Smith; their son Lyle and his wife, West Bend; and the son Ferntey and his wile; now of Iowa City. MR. AJfD MRS. William Cook had as Christmas guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Volk and Vincent and Jacqueline Cook, Washington, D. C., 'Who has spent some time tn Germany. She returned to Washington Tuesday. CHRISTMAS DINNER guests at Julius Seller's, St. Benedict were Mlto O'Brien and family of Fonda, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Parrlsh of Virginia Beach, Va,, and Mrs. Mary Seller. Afternoon and supper guests were the Heary Seller family of Mason City, Michael Seller family of Wmrly, Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Seller of Storm Lake and Anna Blelch of Algona. DINNER GUESTS Christmas Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson were Mrs. Mary Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deibler and Doug Moehle. MR. AND MRS. Earl Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kline were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sheppard Christmas. Christinas night, Uie Earl Shop- par ds had as guests Mr. and Mrs. William Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schumacher. MARK BERINGER is home from Collegevllle, Minn., where he is a student and spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beringer. He will return there at the end of his holiday. MR. AND .MRS. Alvln Pederson and family were Christmas eve guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Pederson, Humboldt, MR. AND MRS. Dale Laws, Brocke, Debbie and Travis spent Christmas at Cedar Falls with Mrs. Laws' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lehman. GARY NAYLOR, who attends Simpson College atlndlanola, was home for the holidays and his sister Judy, who works at Ames In the National Animal Diseases Laboratories on campus, was also here. They are son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Naylor. THE G. W. Naylor family was joined at Mason City by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lane and Tom of Green Mountain for Christmas dinner. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Anderson of Beoman. The Naylors plan to spend New Years at Marshall town with Mr. aad Mrs. Dale Naylor, brother and sister In-law of Mr. Naylor. MBS. CAL Cdlesen, nee Shirley Metzger arrived by plan* last week, to attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. Clara BoUlg of Bancroft. Mr. aad Mrs. Clarence Metzger 8r., and sons, Robert and Clarence, Jr., took her to Des Moines and she flew bade home to San Jose, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Metzger and family of Belvldere, HI., attended the funeral of his grandmother, Mrs. Bolllg. They stayed for the Xmas holidays and attended the Bolllg Xmas party, held at the Legion hall in Bancroft. They also, spent several days visiting Mrs. Ethel Johnson of Algona. She is Mrs. Metzger's mother. Connie Metzger, San Jose, Calif., youngest daughter of the Clarence M«itz- ger's was unable to come for the funeral of her grandmother. While her sister, Shirley, was here, she cared for her two nephews, Kirk and Kevin. MR. AND MBS. Merle Pratt of Pella, are moving to Iowa Falls Dec. 31 where Mr. Pratt will be employed by the Iowa Falls News- paper.The Pratts were former Algonans and have lived in Pella for the last year and a half. CHRISTMAS EVE guests at the home of Mrs. Mary Olson Included Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delbler. ; MRS. OLGA JORDON and her sisters, Ellen and Alma Carl- every year will be a H A P P Y N EW Y E A R when you live in OPFN a modern/ convenient ALL-ELECTRIC home! Algona Municipal Utilities sco, bad a* dtristaas ga*sts Mrt. Jorge's SOB Jobs tad ZttBfly, MlararapoUr f rooter* tt*7 *tot to D*s Ifctow to tlstt Mrs, tor&af* Bxtoer, Mr*. H«l« Jcfflffe, tad otter re&tfT**. KES. HAROLD Said sptst fnwa las* Frtdtf to TwsOtj wltt fc*r see jflddragfeter-lo-li-r, Rr. tad Mrs. EMa Moore aad funfiy, Cedar FaUs. Tbc Moore* vfil spead a part of the boUdirs at Orcbard and «fth Mrs. Moore's pareats, Mr. aad tfr>. Frank Smitt of Alfona, Mr. aad Mr*. Erie Smia, of Emmetsbwi, aad Mr. aad Mrs. Robert Scfaafler, WapeEo, all of *hom viU meet at Orcfcird at the Kajmood Haa- 000*. All are cafldrea of tfce Smiths. MB. AKD MBS. C. 3. McEroy had as holiday guests Mr. and Mri. Pan! Darnell?, Dearer, Colo., Mr. aad Mrs. CalrlaMog- ler, Qolucr, EL, aad Mr, aad Mrs. Joel Rediaf, La Verne. DOE A MITCHELL was dinner guest Friday at the Johnson House of her brother-la-lair aad sister, Mr. aad Mrs, Arthur Maflory, Hampton, vtto are learlag for Coolidge, Ariz, for the winter. They left Saturday aad earoute stopped at Ames to Ylstt Mrs. Fred Wolfe. FOE A FEW days, Frank Hagg was not quite so well at Mason City where be Is a Park Memorial hospital, but when he showed Improvement, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, who had come from Monrovia, Calif., to be with him, left for home Tuesday. They were accompanied by Albert's brother aad wife *!» *fll cpead a *•*&* wife them. Dvriag bs«see tbe Bagg*! boa* be Ufcea ore of by friends. ME. AM) MRS. Bowd BOB* aad Mr. aad Mrs. WlDiasa Da ST., vffl fo to islaiaorsdo, Fla. to spcod GB wiater. Mr. tad Mrs. Hafo Meyers of W&ffi*. also viator there. MSB. C. 5. Bottom tad MO* dred spent n>ri«hi»a« at Spriag Taller witt the former's soo- ia-ta* aad dagger, Mr. aad Mrs. Earl Miller. Tbty were joiaed there by aao&er sop-ia- UT aad daagbfer of Mrs, Bo- btosoo, Mr. aad Mrs. Ktftb 81*- pbca of Ayrstdre aad Mr. sad Mrs. Uaee Slepben of Iowa City. Tbe MUters art former Algooaas. MB, A5D MBS. Oraa Hudson, Larry aad laet Jane went to Jancfrllk, Mian. Dec. 18 to see Mrs. Hudson's 90-year-dd aunt, Mrs. Grvtcbea Boesiag. Mrs. Baeslng is a sister of the late Mrs. Charles Egel, mother of Mrs. Hudson. MB. AND MBS. Paul Lemke« were at Princton, Minn. Christmas with Mrs. Lemkee's parents, Mr. aad Mrs. Wendell Jensen. They were Joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Steeves of St, Cloud, Minn., another son-in-law and daughter of the Jensens. They have two sons, Mark and Eric, and Dec. 19 a daughter, Carla, was born to them. MB. AND MBS. Paul Lemkee and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lemkee have been visited by the Wayne Bowns, Bruce, Lyle and Lynn Kay, Klmball, Neb., who left for home Tuesday. FARMERS! MARK THIS DAT! ON YOUR CALENDAR JANUARY1967 1 8 15 22 29 2 9 16 23 30 me* 3 10 17 24 31 4 11 18 25 TWM 5 12 19 26 SATURDAY, JAN. 7 - THIS YEARS DATE FOR KLEIN FARM SUPPLY'S ANNUAL APPRECIATION DAY! PUN NOW TO ATTEND KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY 216 W, STATE ALGONA TWO FISTED IMPACT TO REACH CUSTOMERS Moine. : *• paper *«xt th. ne*. U that that* are 6 Mr*. J— FAMILIES FAMILIES The North Iowa SHOPPER non-duplicated circulation as a companion publication of Effective, Economical Ad Coverage For A 30 Nile Radius ONE AD ONE BILLING Tho Algona Upper Des Moines Printed Mondays & Wednesdays ADS may be picked up from either for the NORTH IOWA SHOPPER, *"""""" semi-weekly issues of the newspaper ALL CLASSIFIED advertising will appear in both the Newspaper and the Shopper, however, giving classified ad users a total readership of 9,200 homes - by far the largest total circulation in this section of the state. - COPY DEADLINE TUESDAY AFTERNOONS- NORTH IOWA SHOPPER PRINTED WEDNESDAYS

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