Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1967 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 20, 1967
Page 10
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I "I see by the j Advance. •«" • —NEWS BRIEFS MOM AROUND ALOONA — Advance MONDAY NOV. JO. 1 96? ivsutt, t/t atta, sister ind brt>ttief-iM*w, Mt. Mrs. Gilbert Mr, and Mr*, Burt Harme* and daughter Sandy will be spending Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. Harmes parents, <Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Zuck in ftockport, Mo. Sandy will re* turn to Drake University on Friday where she is a freshman student. The Frank Moulton family will be joining Mrs. Florence Bjustrom for Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Immerfall and daughter Klmberly of Mankato and Susan Moulton, student at the University of Iowa in Iowa City will also be home for the holiday. Arriving hem* on Tuesday 'to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. •Miltch Taylor will be Linn Taylor, student at Central Missouri State College at Wair- rensbury, Mo. was Tommy Kolp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp. Tom invited 9 friends to a bowling party after which they returned to the Kolp home for refreshments. Guests were Kevin LoSs, Steve Hutzell, Jeff Kopb, Mark Meyers, Jeff Stephenson, Scott Dodds, Scott Allen, Danny Frankl, and Lorinie Carlson. , , Mr. and Mrs. Nets Anderson 'are attending the annual Farmers National Conference which is held in Omaha from Sunday, Nov. 19 until Wednesday, the 22. Th. A. J. Ricklafs will be entertaining Mr. Ricklef's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rioklefs from Titonka on Thanksgiving and also 3 school friends of Rod Ricklefs who is a student at Grin•nel. Tom Ricklefs will also be home for Thanksgiving from the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chris- chillies will have as guests on Thanksgiving, Mrs. Chris- Chides mother, Mrs. Saddle Knutson of Eagle Grove, and two of Mus. Chrischilles brothers, Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Knutson of Webster City anld Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Knutson of Kanawha. Celebrating his 11th birthday on Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Paul See ley will be-spending'the--Thanks'-; giving holiday at the home of, their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gergen •and family in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Seeley will bring home Mrs. Seeley's mother, Mrs. Laura Hintz who has been spending the past two weeks with the Gergen family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cook and family will be spending the Thanksgiving holiday at theiir summer home on 'Lake Okobpji. Joining them for the occasion: will be Mrs. Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hardgreaves, and Mr. Cook's mother, Mrs. Nellie Oook. Gregg Cook will also be home from the University of Iowa where he is a Freshman, to spertd the holiday with his palrents. ivvHlWfn/ lilllf Flfvr of Mr. wid Mrs, Bert BaWwin Jr. celebrated her «fi birthday oft Saturday afternoon, Nov. 11. fat honor of the occasion Lynne invited the girls in the afternoon kindergarten claM at 3rd Ward School. Also Invited was Miss Debbie Nelson. During the af- iternooa the children were served refreshments and games were played. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bodt will be entertaining at a Thanksgiving dinner in their home on Thursday and guests willl be Mrs. Bode's mother, Mrs. Edna Cruikshank, Mr. anld Mrs. Hollis Benschoter, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and son John Jr. and daughter Ann. Mr. Bob Blston, a guest of Ann Wilson from Ames; and Mr. and Mrs. Bode's , family, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bode and son Sean from Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. ' Allen Ctoristeinson from Oskaloosa, la. "and Russell Bode who will be home from the State University of Iowa at Ames where he is a student. dr^fi €*•*, MA •* Mrvtnd Mm. Dick Cbok, wt»o }« it- temtilig the Uhlveriity of Iowa lit low* city «pim <to Nov. II weekend viMttn* his pttfetiAi and to do some hunting. Gregg also cektotMtd his birthday while he WM home. • , . tiimy, Ostwinkle's brothet, Mf . Mrt. CUude OrtWinkfc son , Kirt of Un«<n, rtii. And ifld motor «rtd lie M tin Sgt./5 ami Mrs. Gregory Arrowodd'afe the parents of a'son born Nov. 7 at St. Ann Hospital. Paternal grandparent is'Mrs. Sally Arrowood and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Abbas Sr. The new baby has been named David Gregory. Sgt. Arrowood is in Viet Nam at present and Mrs. Arrowpod anld son will make their home with Mrs. Sally Arrowood. Arriving heme for the Thanksgiving holiday are Gregg and Glenn Bucfomn, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Al Buchanan. Gregg and Glenn we' students at-the University of Iowa. ' - * •< Mr. 'and Mrs. John Kajawski and family will'be spending Thanksgiving with Mr. Kajewski's father, Mr. Frank Kajewski in Good Thunder, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp and family 'will be spending Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. Kolp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp Sr. in Ida Grove. Joining them on Wednesday to drive to Ida Grove willl be Terry Kolp, a nephew of Mr. Kolps who is a Jun-, ior stude-nt at St. Thomas College in St. Paul. The Kolps will return Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paiil, Osrwin- kle had as weekend guests Mrs. Ortwln to Mfi, Mf. And Mr*. . VermQlion, So D*k OstWlnkle, oldwt dau the OstwinkJe's'wii home for the thMkiti&vfnt hothiiy ;V from De« Moines' and the family will to Joined over the weekend by another daughter, Mary Ann who te employ- ' ed_ in Minneapolis. . •** •"-* -*fc.-«*t > «• „ - ^ 'j t Brian. lalarro/Mft of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferris and Bill Milder, son- Of Mr, 'and Mrs. Jim Milder wiltbe spending ,, the Thanksgiving hoMday With . theiir parents. ' Both boys are students at St> Benedict's College in Atchison, Kansas. They will return to St. Benedicts on Sunday, Mr. and Mn. Bill Navel- chick will, have as Thanksgiving guests Mr, and Mrs. Lenny Funk and son Jeff of La- drosse, Wis. rMr: - and Mrs: ; Punk will be here until the following Sunday. ', , '' \ Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson, Algona, Iowa, have just returned from a 10-day visit with their daughter' Margaret, the Jerry LaFayettes, Maquoketa. She is a registered nurse _ at the .Jackson County MlDAL-Sgt, WilliimD, Alderion, son of Mr. and Mrl Harold Ald#r«»h of Schaller, : wai iwafd«d the Brtflte Star Medal with a..,':V". lot Valor; •for hit heroic-action in Viet-' n« m/The cetemony. War held Oct 11 it Fittsimmons Gen^r- al Hospital, D«nver; where " Sgt. Alderton Is recovering from wounds received in TWarch. • ; - • ' ' \A Diamond Mrs. Laura Hough will be spending Thanksgiving visit- inig at the home'of Mrs. Gertrude Woith -in Owatonna, 'Mlinm. Mrs. Hough will be gone from Tuesday until Sun- Mr, and Mrs. Clayton Pitt- main and family will be spending Thanksgiving at the home -of Mrs. Pititman's sister /and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Del- midr Kern in West Union. Joining the Kerns and the Pittmans also will be Mrs. Emma Pittman. Mrs. Wade Sullivan visited in Bmmetsburg Sunday and Monday, Nov. 12 and 13 at CHARLIE Supp Happy occasions call for diamonds—the supreme gift of love and beauty. Resides joy . in your new gemi you want to have pride in your choice. Knowing your jeweler and the quality of his merchandise is one good way. Our 'membership in the American •Gem Society is another. Only 'some 2000.jewelers in the United 'States and Canada qualify for this distinction which is earned through professional gemological study and high ethical standards. A most important reason why you should choose your diamonds from our collection. MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY. *&> ipttWCTIRIO Jiwiua Eitortiiiment Starting Monday night and all this weak LEE ROI entertaining nightly at the PINE ROOM. This is a great showr-make up a party and spent the evening. You'll not be disappointed. Optn Thanksgiving Evening Yes, we are open Thanksgiving night with .this big entertainment feature. Make up a par* ty and come to the Pine Room. •IM SOCIITY,] Algona, Iowa The PINE ROOM V — IN THE ALGONA HOTEL— ' "Where the action i»" MORNING, ONE WEEK ONLY - LOWER PRICES - - ALL NEW APPAREL - - SELL IT ALL!! Because we MUST have room NOW ... we are offering these in season styles of coats, dresses, and sportswear items. Many are odds and ends of fine quality groups at a small small price. Take advantage of this fine sale of wanted ladies apparel. This sale is called the "Sale of Sales" because of two reasons ... (1)—The merchandise is all from regular stock and all fine quality, and (2)— the prices for each and every item is much much less than you pay any where ... see for yourself. DRESSES All sizes — all fabrics — all colors — all new this fall!!! ALL REDUCED NITY WEAR A nice selection of dresses for just $4.98-16.98 VALUES to '13.00 Skirts — Slacks — Blouses — Jackets Sweaters — Coordinates — ALL REDUCED Last Basement Sale of the Year — Everything Must Sell!! QUALITY FO* f» Yf AM ALGONA, IQWA

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