Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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If, JOMN'ft LUTMIRAN Rev, Olivet Johnson, clrli to dm bikt tali 1:00 p.m. - CiKfe Bible City. Afternoon gueM wire the Art Volgti and Mn, Duf- wood Voigl fWntiy. flh* EHon Duiwana were Sunday got* at Mert ' ' 2:00 p.m. — L.C.W. Thtnk offering by Mr*. Ted Nelson. iahiralay, Dae, 2 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. — Kindergarten thru 8th grade ChrMmas program rehear* *!• . ' , -.* ftAMMflflkU EWkaf 9 9:30 ».m. — Sunday School. 10:30 ft-m, — Worship, ,7:00 p.m. — Around the Trite Christmas sing by Junto and Senior Choir. Wadnaaday, Dtc, 6 7:30 p.m. — Junior and Senior Choir, 7:30 p.m. — Bible Study. . ,!t* -• '< - : '-' ' =;.V • '-', Good Hop* Methodist .';. M*. Merlin Davlet Lena Rock WMnatelay, Nov. 29 •'{ 2:00 p.m. — Mission Commission meets. jf Thursday, Nov. 30 •' District Planning Committee_and District Trustees, Spencer. :; , Saturday, Dec. 2 -*. 1:30 p.m, — Sunday School Christmas Program Practice. : ; ; Sunday, Dec. 3 10:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. — Worship Ser- vlcte. Sermon topic, "Christinas and Ordinary People". 4:00 p.m. — Senior High MYF meets in Algona. . : 6:00 p.m. — Happy Scrappers dinner meeting.. Tuesday, Dae. 5 4 11:00 a.m. — Algona Ministerial Union. Thursday, Dae. 7 '-• 2:00 p.m. — WSCS Meeting. Saturday, Dec. 9 6:30 p.m. — All Church Decorating Party.. — r _._ - The Girl Scouts will hold a bake sate at the Ledyard Town Hati Saturday, Dee. 2 from 2 to-4. They will also have homemade and novelty items for sale. The girls will also sell lunches during the afternoon. This sale is being held instead of the annual fund raising cam* . The WUU*m Bnitini vtiffttd Saturday evening it Wwin Grtinert't at Whatt«tiN*e. The BWon DuiK*M were Sunday gueet* at Hoyd Dunem'*. ^^ _ Mn. Mae Boon* - Salem* On., has been a guest of MM. Viola tiitttl for the past week. They are slaters. (Mired at Ltdyard datas optn home Ladyard — Sunday the Sacred Heart Catholic Church parish is having an open house from 2 until 4.. Tours will be conducted through the church and the catechetical facilities. The furnishings used in the church and on the altar will be displayed and will be properly marked. All area churches have been extended an invitation to the open house. aaaaaaaa»a»aaaaa»»aaa» Fenton Joan Bellinger »•»•»»•»••»»•»««»•«»»»» The Roy Chrischilleses were Thanksgiving guests at Ronald Chrischilles's. The Eugene Mansagers, Fargo, N. D., arid Harlan Elmers family were Saturday guests at Dale Voigt's home. The Eldon Duncans were Thanksgiving guests at Floyd Duncan's. Thaniksgivinig guests at Dale Weisbrod's were Mrs. Charles Weisbrods, Nadine Weisibrod, artd Debbie Redfield, Sioux 4-H CLUBS IHVINOTONIDIALS The workshop meeting of the IrvUvgton ideals was held in the St Benedict school hall. Mans for the Ohiistmaa parity were made and names drawn for the exchange. In* stattatlon of officers will also be held next month. During the workshop each member made a washcloth candle or 'burlap wreath to be given to her mother at the party. At award night the dub received a certificate of recognition and each member a completion seal. Mrs. Ed Arend received a pin for ten yean of being leader. Members receiving pens were: Mary Hartg, Kafthy Berntard, Sharon Hix, Barbara Mayer, Nancy Mayer artd Debbie Youngwirth. Frances Jenkinison received a five year certificate and six year seals, were presented to Sharon Hix and Rachael Jenkinson. Debra Youngwirth got Uhe top junior record book award in the club. Many Hartg received the top intermediate record book in the club and 'also in the county. She was presented a home management jrw?.r*, tc'o. B?--crtcr is Kathy Bernhard. Mrs. Laurnetta Miner returned Friday *ftef tw weeks wMh Mrs. Carmen Bell and fcmiiy at Waterloo. The G«ry Bleckwentis and AMI, «t»wa City, visited the Dale Weisbrods over the Thanksgiving weekend. The Brvin Bruhns, Paul Dttftrfctes and family, Cyttn^ der, Ctrta and Kyle Klein, LaMarft, the George Meyers, WhiWetnore, were Tha™ 8 ' giving guests at William Bruhn's. The Bverett Broes- den and family were callers. It was a!0o William Bruhn's birthday. Mrs. Eugene Hiskey family, Des Moines, spent the Thanksgiving weekend with Mrs. William Elmers. Portland Mrs: Victer Wteh .••aaaaiiaaiaaaaaasasaef Mrs. June Sparks and Dar- jd were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Guy Dimond home at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were dinner guests in title Atoin Andreasen home in Algoma Thanksgiving Day. Fred Hagen of Algona was a dinner guest in the home of his daughter and family, the Ralph Carlson's at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Martow and family and Mr. and Mrs. 'Dennis Meister and Brett were Thanksgiving Day dinner and supper guests in. the Wayne Eckels home near Britt. This was also in honor of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mar- low's birthdays. Mr*. Marlow's was WetMtesdiy, Nov. 23 and Mr. Mariow's was the coming Sunday. Other wests were Mr. and Mrs fUdwrd Bristow and family, LuVerne, Mr, and Mrs. Click Seege- b«rth, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and family of Irvingtofi Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven v&ted last Sunday afternoon in *4he Dwight Potter home in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. John Mason of New Carlisle, Indiana arrived last Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs.-Mason's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven of Butt. Other guests for Thanksgiving dinner in the Jay Steven home were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steven and family and Mrs. Bernadine Opheim and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Steven and family of Ionia and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Potter of Einmeteburg were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson and 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and John were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Harvey Larson home. Other guests were Mrs. Effie Teeter, Mr. end Mrs. John Teeter and Stephanie of Normal, Illinois, Mr. arid Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and LeAnn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arend, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandow of Algona and Warren Waltman of Burt. This was also to celebrate Mrs. Edmund Larson's birthday which was the next day, November 24. An early Christmas was held Wednesday evening, November 23 in the J. R. Thompson home, as the Thompsons are leaving for Florida soon. Mr. and 'Mrs. Andrew Harms and family of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis and Todd of Algona were Monday evening supper guesfe it) the Jesie ttifms home. This wa« to celebrate aft early Thanksgiving. Mr, and Mrs Norman Carl' MI of Anketiy are spending the Thanksgiving weekend at the Jesse Harms and Axel Carbon homes. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund t*r* son .went to Mason City Monday where Mrs. Larson had a checkup at the Park Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson were Tuesday dinner guests in the Harvey Johnson home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Harris, David and Norma were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Phil Carlson home at Algona. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Carlson of Ankeny, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Carlson and Carol of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. James Harms and family of Fort Dodge and Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Carlson and family of Wesley. <Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix and family of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harms and family of Titonka, Mrs. Dwight Ruse, Charles Hix, Gordon, Nebraska and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosser and Randy of West Bend were Thanksgiving Day dinner and supper guests in the Victor Fitch home. •Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms called on Mrs. Tom Loots at Titonka Friday morning. 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Mrs. Harold Becker visited Sunday afternoon in the Floyd Duncan home alt Fenton. 1Mb:, and Mrs. Harold Becker were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Tom Trenary home. will hold the* Christti**, Her in the hoihe of fivl Ship* let, wtth Wlulii Cirlsoft, Margaret Govern and Vefa fttdt assistant hostesses. Hostesses will furnish hot dish and rolls, others to bring gated, dwsert and reteh plate. There will be a cookie exchange, each to bring a dozen cookies, and a Christ- Atac*a (lewa)... THUJtStMY, NOV. mas gift exchange' _ one tWlar. the^Secwt SMIN will be revealed it tws m***- tog,. ."-• "• v ' A "When a mm and .- xr - maity, they become one, Jot ' the trouble statta wtwfi «fey decide which one", . Wrap your Christmas Gift ^ Excitement early... f r '68 Fords up Ford Dealers are trading high to mak for time lost during the strike. Th§ strikf if PSit, the '§8s §r§ h©re-w@ want you to §t© and drive thtm-tnd get the kind of deal you cah only get from dealers who have a lot of eitehlng up to do! Galaxies, Mustangs, Torinos, Fairianes, Faieons,. wagons and a bevy of '68 ietter Ideas are waiting for you^come in today! * SMaiL * TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker artd family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family, iMr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and family, 'Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and family, LuVerne, Mrs. Glen iHaines, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trtenlary, Kenneth Trenary and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Me- Whorter were supper guests Thanksgiving Day in the Martin Becker nome, This wais also to celebrate the 20th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. artd M!rs. Harold Becker. Mrs. Harold Becker went to Mason City Friday. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland will hold the annual Christmas , .dinner, - Tuesday, December 5 at-12:30 in the Portland Community Han. Each to bring a hot dish, salad, dessert and sandwiches, also own dishes. The Portland Progress Club BMBMBHBHBB1BIBBBMI Lay away When the season calls for something exciting, a fine Hamilton is unbeatable. Exciting new styling and exciting extra features make Hamilton the gift you are proud to give. Let us help you give excitement this Christmas- rs • WATCHES • WATCH REPAIR • GIFTS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i Make it Christmas. * IOWA ,Av 365 days a year.:. withan Algona Municipal illUttifillilittiittittliiltitlMtMMIMlMUW 1

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