Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 27, 1967
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" I see by the 'a^B ' ' 9B j Ad vance . . . ' ' \ • -NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — Spending the Thanksgiving holiday alt Ottosen were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family. They were the guests of Mr. Meyer's brother ami wife, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer. .Other members of the Meyer family joined in the Thanksgiving festivities. Mr*. Ada Bort was • dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burl on Thanksgiving. Mrs. Burt is "the mother of Mrs. Dick Burt and is making her home in Algona. Mr. and Mr*. Lowell Smith and 'family spent the Thanksgiving 'holiday ait the 'home of Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell who live in Maywood, 111. Mr. and Mr*. Ed Farrell spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene LaMalack in Windom, Minn. Mrs. LaMaadk is a sister of Mrs. Farrell. The Alfred Fett family spent the Thanksgiving holiday at the home of Mrs. Fett's pdrenits in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ruhnke >and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zie- met on Sunday evening, Nov. 19, in their home at St. Joe. Joining Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hinken and family for a Thanksgiving dinner were Mr. >and :Mrs. Marvin SerneDt and four sons, of Carroll, la. Mr. Sernett is a brother of Mrs. Hinken. Mike McCall, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mcali, celebrated ihis 9th birthday on Saturday Nov. 18, with 10 of his friends. Guests were Tom Geelan, Larry Molacek, Pat Shey, Brian and 'Bruce Buscher, Alvin McCarthy, Larry Loss, Mark McEnroe, Tim Buscher and Steve Bode. The boys spent 4he afternoon with Mr. McCall at flhe school gym where they played games and participated in different athletic feats. 'Later they returned to the 'MoCall 'home where a birthday dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seh- ttevert had as dinner guests on Thanksgiving Mrs. Sohlie- vert's parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eraser, Miss Mairy Fraser and Mrs. Minnie Barker. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Naylor attended the wedding of Miss Judy Smith at Corpus Ohristi church in Fort Dodge recent- Hy. Attending also was Miss Judy Naylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Naylor, who is employed in Ames. Miss Naylor was in charge of the wedding gifts alt the reception which was 'held at 'the Anvens restaurant Mrs. Ed Ruhnke was honored at a birthday coffee in her honor at the home of Mrs. Dean Bilyeu on Wednesday imorning, Nov. 15, and in the afternoon Mrs. Ruhnke was the honoree at a coffee in the 'home of Mrs. Bill Lamplight. X> IT'S fhri&mas Tin AT BUY No USE OUR •Z PAYWA fjhrilimas Bonus NO PAYMENT! TIL- FEBRUARY [wm-Ti IP WOLF, Qwn« # fc\ «*»*• fff. Mr. and MM. Robert Perk* ins had as Thanksgiving day guests last Thursday, Mrs. Perkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Quinn of Wesley. .On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Perkins spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Perkins' mother, Mrs. Mary Perkins in Corwiith. Also joining them were three sister of Mr. Perkins, Mrs. Donald Groebner of New Ulm, iMinn., Mrs. Joe Penning of Sexton and Mrs. Bud Tabb of Corwiith. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Payne and family spent from Wednesday until Saturday of last week Visiting at the home of Mr. Payne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Leo Payne in Beatrice, Nebr. Getting together for Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Armin SOh- ulte -were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Armiin Schultz's daughter, Connie Jean, who. was home for the Thanksgiving holiday from Beuna Vista college. Miss Susan Hemming ten and Miss Becky Hemminigsen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, were home over /the Thanksgiving holiday. Susan is a senior student at St. Barnabas nursing school in Minneapolis and Becky is a freshman student at Bsther- ville junior college. Mr. and 'Mrs. Hemmingsen had as weekend guests, Mrs. Hemmingsen's sister and husband, 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smallwood and four children of Mitchell, So. Dak. The Smiallwood family was >also here to visit Mrs. Henrmingsen's and Mrs. Smlallwood's mother, 'Mrs. S. A. Slalter who is making her home with the Hemmingsens. Phil Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor, spent the Thanksgiving holiday and the quarter break at his home. Phill is a student at the State University of Iowa at Ames. Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and family over the weekend were 'Mrs. Taylor's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Brown of Trenton, Mo. Ruth Ann Kellner and Carroll L. Primrose were united in marriage on Saturday, Nov. 18. The Nuptial Mass was read by the Rev. L. C. Schumacher at the St. Joseph's Catholic church. Acolytes were brothers of the bride, Glen and Luke Kellner. Mary Reding was organist with the St. Joseph grade school choir singing. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyiill Kellner of St. Joe and the groom •is ithe son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Primrose, Shellsburg. . 'Serving as maid of honor wias iMarilyn Kellner, Cedar Rapids, with Cyrilla, Kellner, Cedar Rapids, bridesmaid and iMarcine Kellner was flower 'girl. They are all sisters of the bride. The groom's attendants Ex-St. Joe girl weds were Bruce Primrose, Shellsburg, his 'brother, and Edward Kellner, Gainesville, Mo. Ushers were Harold Jaimes, cousin of the groom from St. Ansgar and Thomas Kellner, St. Joe. A reception was held at the Imperial Cafe in Bode for 100 guests. Beatrice Hild- mlan, aunt of the bride, and Dorothy Knack, aunt of the groom, cut and served Che wedding cake. The bride is a graduate of Ganigan high school and the Academy of Automation at 'Cedar Rapids. She is employed as a key punch operator at Colling Radio in Cedar Rapids. The groom spent two years in the army, and is an accountant at Wilson and, Co. in Cedar Rapids, where they wiffl live. ry and Jane Dixon, grandchil- •dren of Mr. and Mrs. White- .hiU and another daughter Who has been visiting the WiMtehills the past month, Mrs. Sally Tobako of Garden Grove, Calif. Mrs. Tatoako will be leaving the day after Thanh ksgiying for her home in' California. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Willshire aind family spent the Thanksgiving holiday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Moorehead in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Moorehead are the parents of Mrs. Wiltshire. Weekend guests at the home of 'Mr. and Mlrs. David Bruhn in Waterloo were Mr. and Mrs. Marvini Tripp. Mrs. Bruhn is a sister of Mrs. Tripp. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. White- hilM spent Thanksgiving with their daughter and families at the home of Mr. and Mi's. Harold Angus and faimily. Oliher daughters joining in the 'holiday were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus and family, Ter- Driving to Orchard, Nebr. to spend Thanksgiving were iMr. and Mrs. Cecil Watterman and three children. They welre guests from Wednesday until Sunday at the home of Mrs. Watterman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William WaWterman. Chris Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer, was host to five boys on his birthday Friday, Nov. 17. Guests, Kevin Owens, Paul Martin, Jim lighter, David Ghrisdhilles and Shannon Lynch were invited to a slumber party that eve- •ning. Chris was 12 years old on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dau Jr. had as Thanksgiving dinner guests, Mrs. Dan's sisters Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tibbetts and faimily from Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller and daughter of Mason Citty. Mrs. Dau's mother, Mrs. Mildred Fraser was also a guest. Bel Cento Music club will meet at the home of Mrs. Jim Dodds on Wednesday, Nov. 29 ait 1:15. The program "Symphonic Anaiyzation" will be presented by Mirs. John Vint and Mrs. Rex Taylor. Hostesses for the afternoon meeting 'are Mrs. Clarice Kresensky and Mrs. Melvin Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Naylor spent .the Thanksgiving holiday with Mr. Ntaylor's niece, Mir. and 'Mrs. Ray Brockman and faimily in Demon, Iowa. They were joined there by Gary and Judy Naylor. Glairy 'is a student alt Simpson college and Judy is employed in Ames. Guests also of the Nlay- fflors from OxBow, Canada are Mrs, Naylor's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter RodJenbush who are enroute to Florida and will spend a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Naylor. You are cordially invited to visit our ... Diamond Room and view the finest collection of diamonds in this area, priced from $ 39 to $ 350... Relax in privacy and comfort and let us show you our beautiful diamonds this Christmas! Your credit i» good at Rusk'* .. Ho down payment , . 18 month* to pay ... Discount* given for cash. Rusk Drug & lewelry i'Algeria (lew*) Advance MSNPAY, NOV. 27,1W IN COUIM CHOIft lew* Cltr ~ Mrs. Ann Wrt- ft*, torn Oty, Junior mualc major «t the Uftittfftty of km*, will be among 73 mem- ben of tfieUon Choir *hefi ft preaenti Mi first concwt of ** 10*74* Mttiemk year on Dec. 1 on the 10wt oMnpus. Ann, the daughter of Mr; •nd Mr*. Glenn A. Segw, Al§M»> wiir iinf Mcond *opta- ft* wwh the choir. Hie concert wtti begin * 8 p.m. in the Mata Lounge of the towa Memorial Union. Hte ct»oaf is MB*ed M one of die major ctto* itti orgirtz*tto« in tfw mid*«*, THI ADVANCf f INOt , VOOt WANT A0 TO 5,000 KOItUTH HOMf S AMtA»IAOOH -Hw Hon. Asm OlM»h«iA Norwe Atnbi8>»dof to 4hi U State, WM gueA of hoftof of m Decorah chapter of ttie Federation of .Nortemen at a bejiqiwt in Decorah NoV, 7Ui. Amb««adw Uunntnf wat the featured »pe«J(er, wmrfi was attended by aevpral members of the Norwegian Foreign Ull TNI "PtACH" TO UtACM §e lure Id remember the 2ETA XI SORORITY BAZAAR Det. 1, f a.m. to 4:30 p.m. American Legidn Building Holiday Magic for Your Hair at SHEAKLEYS BEAUTY SALONS — ELEVEN OPERATORS TO SERVE YOU AT TWO SHEAKLEY BEAUTY SALONS IN ALGONA — DelRae Kemna, Mgr. SHEAKLEY "NEW" BEAUTY SALON — 6 Operators — Phone 5-5162 Diane Bellinger Rosalie Elbert Janet Vodehnal Our Expert Care Gives Yon Hair that Glows with Life, Sparkles, Excites... at Our Special Prices The holiday season is the time to brighten up yourself with a new hairdo from SHEAKLEYS BEAUTY SALONS in Algona ... your hair can get all the special — and extra special — care it deserves when you make your appointment with one of two salons in Algona. Ten operators to serve you. Hair styling, coloring, permanents, shampoos and sets. It's time for your beauty check-up now — during the holiday season. e :^-^^ x> Gene Rock, Mgr. SHEAKLEY "DOWNTOWN" — 5 Operators — Phone 5 3477

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