Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
Page 8
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THU AffAfia (Idwi) IRlDAYi OCT. 1W7 OiSiftVli BIRTHDAY Mrs,. Andrew Gotten atul Mrs. William Navoidiick gave a party Friday afternoon in 'honor of the birtlhdiay anniversary of Mrs, Wesley Bart'lett: Other guests were Mesdames Andrew Cubit, Glen Graham, John Sohutter, Ted Fisher, Fred Geigel, William T. Becker, L. L. Snyder, Ken- nc'th Geilenfelcl, the honoree's mother, Mrs. W. A. Fost- T. Becker, L. L. Snyder, Kenneth Geilenfeld, the honor- er, Juvenile guests of the Gotten children, KatiCj Paul .and John were Sara and Lori daughters of Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder. THANKSGIVING PROJECT The Commission on Education of the Methodist church has again approved the Mission In the Valley for the Thanksgiving project. Can- .nod food will be donated between now and November 19 •and taken to Fort l>od!ge. . WESLEYAN GUILD MEET The Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist church met .Monday, October 23. at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Fred Brickson. Devotions were given by Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and •Mrs. Glenn Graham gave the lesson, "Prayer and Self-Denial." ENTERTAINS AT COFFEE Mrs, Andrew Gotten entertained at a coffee Monday morning. Guests were Kate Borman, Barbara Monroe, Judy Kingfield, Bonnie Miller, Lucille Navoichick. Mary Thilges was unable to be present. BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Jim Allen was hostess >to her birthday club Wednesday evening, The anniversary of Mrs. Frank Ostrum was observed, The evening was Spent at cards. WSCS LUNCHEON thus October circle of the Methodist WSCS will serve a luncheon at 12 noon for the TB Association. Mrs. Petry Collins And Mrs. Lawrence Kees are chairmen, torn BRIDGE •Mr*. John Dutton 18 tuning her bridge dub Thursday iftefMdfi, BRIDGE (Mrs. RUMdl Cook enter* tainted he* bridge club Wednesday afternoon, REBEKAHS MEET The Hebekahe met Tuesday evening. Mrs. Walter Klaimp, Mrs. Viva Hoover and Myrtle Turnbaugh served the refreshments. WSCS MEET The First Methodist church WSCS women will meet Thursday, October 26 at 9:30 for a Sacrificial Breakfast An attendant will be in the nursery. BOY SCOUTS MEET Boy Scout troop 71 Court of Honor met Wednesday, October 25. Darrell Steven is Scoutmaster. DINNER GUESTS iMrs. D. J. Shey and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Cot- iten. Dr. Shey Was out o'f Irvington By MM MeUen Receiving pins at the Irvington Presbyterian Sunday school Sunday for 4 years perfect attendance were Roger, Dwight and Janice Sc*h- mitt. Receiving pins for 5 years perfect attendance were Mark Eastman, Mary Potter, and Kevin Walker. The Ralph Nelsons, Waterloo, came to the home of Mrs. 'Blanche Lage Saturday and then led with Mrs. Lage, in her travel trailer for Clear; Lake where they spent the night. They reported the fishing podr. The Clyde Dudleys and Floyd Rcsslers, Humboldt, were in Lincolh, Neb., October 19 and 20, The mefc attended the 16th annual dietiei council held by the Univef^ sity of Nebraska. Mr. Resale* is dtesal supervisof and Mr. Dudley is foreman of the diesel maintenance grmlp at fhe Com Belt Power Co., Humboldt. 'Mr.3. Jim Gallon and her mother, Mrs. Clarence Stemer drove to Mason City Friday for the Gatton's young son Jeff, who was released from the Mercy hospital of" ter having surgery. The boy is now at home and reported doing fine.. The John Webers drove to .Mason City Friday where Mr. Webdr entered the Park hospital clinic for treatment for <a skin allergy. Mrs. Alvin Weber, LuVerne left Saturday for Des Moines for a few days visiting her mother and sister, Mrs. Jordan and Edna, The Durwood Walkers, Kevin and Kurt, went to Fort Dodge Thursday evening Where they entered Kurt in Lutheran hospital. Kurt had surgery Friday morning for the removal of his tonsils. He was returned home Saturday. The Clarence Afttdotfeis were Sunday guests ttf Mrs. Armtorfer's Sister, Che Phil DtngtiAefi, Foftdi. M». EvHyn Froshlteh fam- ily will drive to Mallard Sunday id Visit the torn Arhdotf- «rs And attend the First Communion of the ArndoffetY daughter Jan. The Albert fcisdirids, C*r- roll, were gueMs Sundiy of their • niece, Mrs. Evelyn frmiiy. * i HAIR SPRAY Regular or Hard to Hold • FAMILY SIZE • REGULAR OR MINT Dristan Anacin • 12-HOUR CAPSULES ! 99' i Carrom Boards BRACH'S cials B R AC H S CHOCOLATES ALL KINDS—CLUSTERS, STARS, BRIDGE MIX, DIP PEANUTS, ETC. 2 •«• 1 — Reg. 69c Lb. — HERSHEY DAINTIES Large 12-Oz. Size 2 BAGS PECAN HALVES 12 Oz. Bag 99 , BRACH'S Chocolate Covered' Interior Latex 30 COLORS 2 gallons S Complete • Reg. $8 Dffidal size. Red and black diagram | Plays 106 games , SAYELLE YARN Entire stock - All colors Reg. $1.49 URGE SKEIN KIDDIES' TWISTER BOXER LONGIES Reg. $ $5.00 3.99 Corduroys & Twills Sizes 3 to 8 pr 99 Great for bathrooms! It's washable LADIES' INSTAMATIC 104 Vinyl Gloves Black $ or Brown 1 CAMERA KIT BED PILLOWS INCLUDING FLASH CUBES, FILM, BATTERY $ — • Complete — 1398 FOAM FILLED 99 C Instamatic Film BLACK & WHJTSJ "Everything For Halloween" Costume*, Maikf, Candies, Decorations, Favor*, Etc. 00 STRETCH TIGHTS It's easy to create a beautiful, practical bathroom with washable, wonderful "CON-TACT." Just peel off backing and smooth on! This durable, splash-able vinyl waterproofs surfaces. Photo shows color- coordinated flowered walls (fSSI, Cosmos) with Antique Blue wood (#568), Carrara Marble (#154) Counter. See all the new patterns for still more ideasl Reg. 49c Yd, Infiittf SUM $ 1.00 six COLORS Girlf Thru 14 PENNEY DAYS 1967! REDUCED THRU SATURDAY ONLY! Save 2.10 on boys 1 warm, machine washable Towncraft jackets and parkas! Pre-school parka of directional cotton corduroy. Body and zip-off hood are lined with cotton-backed acrylic pile. Has cotton knit cuffs and collar and zipper front closure. Directional cotton corduroy parka. Cotton- backed acrylic pile lined body and zip-off hood. Cotton/nylon knit cuffs and collar, zipper front. In your choice of 5 warm colors. Reversible racer ski jacket with hidden hood. Nylon taffeta. Polyester quilting. Reverses to smooth look nylon. Competition stripes on sleeves. Cotton knit collar trim, cuffs. REG. 9.98, NOW 7.88 SIZES 3 TO 7 REG. 12.98, NOW 10.88 SIZES 6 TO 12 REG. 14.98, NOW 12.88 SIZES 14 TO 22 I I ALWAYS WAYS FIRST QUALITY* ° P *" * '* * » On Friday, CANDY SPECIALS -FOR HALLOWEEN- • PACKAGE OF M Sc BABY RUTHS or BUTTERFINGERS • PACKAGE OF J|| JR. BABY RUTHS •fU or BUTTERFINGERS • PACKAGE OF PEPPERMINT CANDY STICKS MANY, MANY OTHERS

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