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•> •* /*• 5*1 Mr and Mrs Charles Bird are the parents of a son born Nov. It) at St. Ann hospital. 1 H Q-YT-»t Mr and Mrs Harold Fristed! spent the week-end at Iowa City and attended the football game, Delphian Society is having a guest lea this afternoon., Mrs Milton Norton is in chargte of the program. Jimmio Jorgensdn, ion of Mr and Mrs Don Jorgenson, has returned home after being hospitalized at Fort Dodge. — «-f)™ The father and son banquet ot the Men's Council of the Presbyterian church has been postponed until Tuesday, Nov. 29. The Couple's Club of the First Lutheran church meets at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, There will be a box lunch, business meeting and recreation. Naomi Circle of the Congregational church will meet Thursday with Mrs C. L. Plott instead of Mrs Clarence Mawdsley as previously planned. Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode and daughter were at lown City over the week-end where they visitcc their daughter, Janice, freshman at the University of Iowa. I. »/• _ Mrs Wendell French is overall chniriiian for the annual bazaar o! the Congregational church to be held Saturday, Nov. 19, There will also be lunches served. —o—• Men's Forum of Ihe Congregational church will meet for dinner Wednesday evening. Dr. Robert Dewel and Raymond Reid are in charge of the program. —-o— Mrs Vaughn Rising has organized two new youth choirs at the Methodist church. One for grades 4, 5 and 6 meets Saturday at 9 a.m. and one for grades 7, 8 and 9 meets Thursdays, at 6:30. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobsos and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt were at West Union Thursday attending the funeral of their nephew and cousin, Edgar Traeger, jr., 26. —o— Mr and Mrs Casey Loss went to Iowa City Wednesday where they attended meetings in connection with the Iowa legislature and remained for the football game Saturday. r lia's Catholic church were Jerry ( Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Hciderschidt, and Bryan Jeffrey, son of Mr and Mrs, Donald £. Meyer. r /\ , ,, a Mr and Mrs Craig Smith and Mr and Mrs Russ Waller spent the weekend at Iowa City and attended the football game. Craig was a guest of his daughter, Linda at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house and Russ, of his daughter, Pam at Kappa Alpha Theta house in observance of Dad's week-end. —o— Plum Creek Woman's Club met Nov. 9 with Mrs John Scult'ham. Mrs Sadie Skilling gave the opening number and Mrs Sadie llopkins was appointed to orclei towels from the blind for the club to sell. Elsie Willedt was in charge of the traveling store This is the club's fiftieth year The program was by Mrs Harry Bode who talked on Thanksgiving in 1011 and Mrs Dean Jergenson whose subject was Thanksgiving in HKi.O. Mrs Vivian Kuhn showed Thanksgiving pictures The next meeting will be Dec. 7 at the home of Mrs Kuhn. —o— An installation and dedication service will be held Thursday a .he regular meeting of Unitec Presbyterian Women. New ofl'i Mr and Mrs Leo Immerfall were at Iowa City over the week-end to visit their daughter, Chcryll, a freshman at the University and to attend the football game. Attending the football game at Iowa City Saturday were Mr and Mrs Lowell Smith, Floyd and Allan Holt, Dick Cowan, Jim Her- shbergcr, Les Kcnyon and Dean Parrott. • — o — Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will meet Sunday evening at the church. Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilshqlm and Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley are in charge. . ___ Q Mrs Carl Pearson went to Min neapolis Tuesday to be with her sister. Mrs Evan Finnell of Brainerd, Minn, who had major usr- gcry at Northwestern hospital. Mrs Finnell is the former Norma Greiner of Algona. • Mrs Bob McCullough was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs Cecil Will and Mrs Leo Cassell. Prizes were received by Mrs Don Ferris and Mrs Ed Gilmofe. —o— Xi-Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet this evening (Tuesday) at the-home of Mrs Marvin Calhoun. T/'s Tom Sampson is assisting hostess. Mrs Don Sherman will give the program. Garrigan high school will ha^ve their annual carnival Sunday, Nov. 20. A baked ham dinner wil) b'e served to the public. Booths will open at 3 p.m. and a carnival quccrt and king will be chosen during the evening. —o- Mr and Mrs Chester Willey became grandparents for the first time when a son was born to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray. Zepeda at Denver, Colo. The baby was born at St. Luke's" hospital, Nov. 10, weighed 7 pounds 5 ounces and has been named Michael Ray. Mrs Zepeda is the former Shirley Willey. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cece- Evangelists To Appear Here At Church The Palermo Bros. Phil and Louis Palermo ol Minneapolis, the "Singing Evangelists" of Youth for Christ International, will be heard at First Baptist, church here Thursday Nov. 17, at 8 p.m. The founders of Youth foi Christ in Italy, the land of theii parents, the Palermo Brothers fean Keith. A belated birthday party was leld Sunday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Roger Long for Roger's birthday Nov. 10. Those bresent were Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack and Lori, Don and Irene, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt, Mrs Dora Haack. Mrs George Thompson of Lcdyard, Mr and, Mrs Ed Blanchard of Long Beach, Calif, and Mrs Millie Nolle of Algona were Friday Callers in the home of Mrs Mary Genrich. Florence Yager and Mrs Mary Genrich were Saturday visitors in the Louella Schenck home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Darrel Malm^ Mr find Mrs Joseph Sabatini and Sons of Waynesville, Mo. spent a few days in the Leslie Baxter home. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter were Sunday guests in the Alvin Behrends home at Harris. Mr and Mrs Dale Phelps and family. Mr and Mrs Floyd Nichols of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Aaron Ernst of Mallard were re-! 01 ' as a ^ood-will gesture, cent callers in the Leslie Baxter Donors arc urged not to send home. foods and not to gift-wrap their Mr and Mrs Darius Malm of Here Is Chance To Become A Santa Claus lowans may play Santa Clans again this year to patients at The State University of Iowa hospitals who are unable to go home for Christmas. Hundreds of lowans in past years have been the "Santa Claus" at University Hospitals by donating gifts for distribution to patients on Christmas Eve. The gifts-for-patients program has been in operation at University Hospitals for many years. Gifts come from individuals, many of whom have he-en patients themselves during sonr- past Christmas holiday, and from various organizations, e.th or as part of a community project Tuesday, Nov. 15, I960 Algona (la.) Upper De» Moin«i-7 fimmelsburg were Wednesday evening callers in the Leslie Baxter home. The Lotts Creek Lutheran Ladies Aid met Nov. 11 with Mrs Victor Dreyer and Mrs Wayne Bollinger as hostesses. They sent Christmas packages to men in the armed services. Election of officers was as follows: president, Mrs Kenneth Bollinger, vice president, Mrs Herbert Polratz, secretary, Mrs Roy Bicrle and treasurer, Mrs ouis Seegebarth. Entertainment followed with Mrs Roger Long ind Mrs Edwin Luedtke in charge. SINCERE THANK YOU ' . '• ' * ' For Your Support In | The General Election ! CLARA WALKER A & • | Kossuth County Recorder $ ' • •••••, £W<mco3eomem«a^^^ cers are Mrs Dick Meyer, prest- ' llaVL ' bt ' c ' n '» evangelistic work dent, Mrs Joseph Sko'w, Mrs- E ! for 20 y cai>s - pllil wiUl hls Kuitar, J. Hough and Mrs Ivan Long, : ;md Louls with his accordian, vice-presidents; Mrs Gordon nave sun « ln 1] different langua- Hall, secretary; and -Ava Simp- « cs in 18 countries around the «m, treasurer. Mrs Hugh Colwell woi-ld, and have appeared with is secretary of stewardship and - Rllch mcn a * Evangelist Billy spiritual life; Mrs William Funk, , Graham. literature; Mrs A. E. Kresensky, ! The publjc is invited. A Youth Ecumenical missions; Mrs A. D. Rally following the service. Crawford, national missions; Mrs ~" ' ' George St. John, Chris'.ian edu- , Ladies Aid Mel cation; Mrs Clifford .Elherington, social education; Mrs Willis Colwell, youth advisor; Mrs Alfred Schenck and Mrs Charles Rede- inske, overseas sewing; and Mrs M. II. Brower, music committee member. The nominating committee is Mrs Leon Martin, Mrs Lloyd Gerber and Mrs Al Agena. Lone Rock 4-H Members Have Award Night Lone Rock — The Burt Bombers 4-H Club met Nov. 7 at the.' Burt Legion hall, along with the Burt Blue Birds and Plum Creek girls and boys clubs\ for Recognition Night. Robert Johnson, County Extension assistant, presented the awards, given in recognition of work of 4-H'rs during Ihc ,yc.ar. v .., * The' members' and officer's•-•frp' troduced themselves and. president Roger Cherland of the Burt Bombers gave an account of activities for the year. Ronald Cherland received and award for 8 years membership; Roger Cherland, 6 years, Lynn Bierstedt and Gene Lockwood. each 5 years membership. Ronald Cherland, record book, grade of 96; Lyon Bierstedt, record book . grade of 95; and Ronalcl Cherland the trip to Chicago award. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Luke McQuire has been the club leader ibr the past year, with' Wallace HawCott assistant Leader Plum Creek 4-H Members Get Awards Nov. 7 Recognition Night of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was held at the Burt Legion Hall Monday: Plaques for Blue longtime record books were awarded to Audrey Gardner, Jean Keith and Janice Bode. Pens for record book awards were; given to Janice Bode, senior, Jean Mescher. intermediate, and Gloria Miller, junior. ( Janice Bode received the following awards — top secretary in county, health award, dress revue award and trip to Chicago. Officers for next year are: president, Margaret Keith; vice president, Glennda Gabrielson; sec- relary, Audrey Gardner; treasurer, Harriet Benschoter; reporter. Susan Bode; historian, Jean Mescher; recreation. Jo Ellen Baas' music, Gloria Miller and Ruth Benschoter and photographer ECIAL ONE DAY ONLY (During The GASARAMA) Glass Lined 30 Gallon GAS WATER HEATER $129.95 Value $79.95 BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE r; J" NV V" THRIFTY SANTAS SHOP AT THE FRIENDLY STORE *?*Wo ^ « fa it« feo*, o LTO^O, 8¥?0l & 3 SLpol fToV 0?X'<£*\lOi i.iSi O Ziu.\ v/^i* '£o S O o T^ ov *jW3 0:0f ip 3 "Hi *V ^ I y <*| ro; for ^^ ^h so: r iO' ;.o 'oy no r?om°?j foptiifo! •PI :0c o •of\ & -1= 10: ^ '"A ^o = trrV^E JrX ^ fe.°A=o- t° tof] >'*• 7i '< JO *0 LCo 5" feo^ ft Sot TOY 'S| LAY-AWAY | hs little As 1W f'.sWt pS, :>*.»•«• v *-i: HEY KIDS! Bring Mom and Dad to \ Gambles on Wednesday, Nov. 16 ^ from 7P.M,to 9 P.M.-SEETOYLAND! »' Vf* MOLDS TOY contributions, says Robert Scha backer, administrative associate and chairman of the' Christmo; committee. Diet restrictions make the foods impractical, and every gift has to be opened for sorting, and then gift-wrapped by volunteers i\ the hospitals. Suggested items include toys handkerchiefs, stationery with stamps, pipes, tobacco, fancy handwork, hose, scarves, books, shawls, toilet articles, gloves, leather kits, billfolds and knill- ing materials. Gifts for both adults and children are being accepted. Gifts may be addressed tc Christmas Committee, Slate University of Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City, Iowa. Booster Meeting According to Coach Jim Gee- Ian, the Garrigan high school Booster Club will meet Nov. 16 at 8 p.m. at the school. There will be a short meeting, followed by a program, football films and lunch, including mooseburgers, made from an animal bagged by. Fr. Francis Conway, school supt. what a ...clears 20 acres a day That's really making hayl You can do it, too, with easy-running, power-saving Chop-All. . . and Gehl'g new PTO Forage Wagon. This rugged haymaking equipment can save you at much as $1000 over competitive make?. 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