Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1967 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 4, 1967
Page 10
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I see by the I Advance • •. '' i - NEWS BRIEFS PROM AROUND ALOONA - Wlf, and Mrt. Harry Oreen- met on Nov. 2raT the V.FiWT berg were guests of Mrs, HaU with 122 couples attend- Greenberg's mother, Mrs. ing from the surrounding David August over Thanks* area. Dancing was held from giving. Mrs. August lives in 9 o'clock until 5 o'clock in Topeka, Kansas, the morning, with lundi served from 11:30 until 5. Mr. The Square Dancing Club Ken Bower from Des Moines >*J makes all the differents 10—AlfSfta ((««•) Afafttt MONDAY, DtC.4,1H7 ; ww the main ciiltt and afte* midnight guest (fitter* itvm the Are* .pfMdtMtod. Squat« dancers from Mason aty^ Fort Dodge, Fore* CMy* Humboldt and othef surj .rounding towns danced until •tile wee hours. • Newcomer* Club met a» Sid's Cafe Tuesday, Nov. 21 with hostesses Jean CTapsad* die and Charlotte Mold. Th« door prize was won by Donnii Ellis and prizes in 500 were awarded to Marlene TheeS' feld and Delores Black. Prizes in Bridge were won by Nancy Estebo and Theresa Mueller, Each member of Newcomer brought a Christmas center: piece and explained 'how they were made. Many clever and lovely decorations were displayed. The Newcomers Club Will meet on Dec. 19 at 7 o'clock at which time they will visit various places in Algona and sing Christmas carols. The regular meeting will begin at 8 o'clock with Sharon Shipler and Hazel Appenzeller as hostesses for this meeting. Members are asked to bring clothing and food donations for the needy faim- ily which they have adopted. There will be a White file- .pliant event during the evening, and election of officers for the 1968 season. • ffldon AJynali <rf Minneapolis, Mr/ and Mr*. Robert Attfnaii oi LtiVwfi** Mf, and MM. Tom AMmin of Irvington, Mr, and Mrs. Ted Morie of Fdrt D«lg^Mr. tones AfcmanaJ* so of Fort Dodge, Mf. Chris Gales of Irvingtoti, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn AHman, Mr, and Mrs. John Altman and Mr. Mid Mrs. John Boeder aU of John Dikes, Portland, dies November 30 Mr. and Mrs. David Evans spent the Thanksgiving holiday and weekend visiting at the home of Mr. Evan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evans in Seymour, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Han- 'Son were in Callender, Iowa recently to visit Mr. Hanson's mother, Mrs. Ed Hanson and 'to celebrate her birthday. On Monday, Nov. 20 the Hanson^s i liad as a dinner guest Mr. Robert Poage. ;;. An International... The all wool sweater dress in a Fisherboy knit for the look that is right all through the day. Choose it in the most beautiful of neutrals, brights or darks. You'll want more than one. SHEAKLEYS "LADIES AND CHILDREN'S FASHIONS" ALGONA One of the first of the Holi> day Festivities was held at tlie Algona Country Club on Salturday evening, Dec. 2. Members and their wives were invited to a 7 o'clock dinner followed by dancing in the Ballroom to the music of Allan Welsh and his orchestra. The clubrooms were decorated by members of the committee for 'the event and Christmas lights and decorations surrounded the Ballroom. Chairmen for the event were Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and, Mr. and Mrs. Don Armstrong Co - Chairmen. •Members of the Committee were Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mowers, Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Balldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Laird, Mr. and Mrs. Harry G'reenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faulstich, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cook, Mr. Wally Messing, Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre, Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Robinson, Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelley, and Dr. and Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle. The Family of Marguerite Gardner gathered together on Sunday, Nov. 26 at Van's Restaurant for Thanksgiving dinner, those attending the family gathering were: Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner and family of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackman and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Biackmaln, Mr. Jdhn Gardner of Northbrook, IH., Mr. Gary Gardner of Gillette Grove, Calif., Mr. Curtis Gardner, and Mr. and Mrs. James Camp and family. Mn. Viola Crowley and family spent from Thursday, Nov. 23 until the following Salturday visiting at the home of Mlrs. Crowley's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fick and family of St. Paul, Minn. Christmas Candy Canes are now on sale and can be purchased from the Dr. L. L. Snyders, the Roger Boykens in Algona of the Claire Hov- eys in Sexton. The money that is received from the sale of the Candy Canes is used for the Hope Adoption Program which is a most worthy program. Mrs. Bud Ferris was hostess to the members of her bridge foursome on Thursday, Nov. 30 in her home. Lunch was served during the afternoon, and high score was won by Mrs. Ferris. .Miss Dana Chpsaddle, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle celebrated her 12th birthday on Friday, Dec. 1 with six of her friends. The young ladies were invited to a sHumiber party on that evening. Guests were Liz Anderson, Kristi Roohleau, Shelley Smith, Rex Ann Voyles, Cindy Brandow, Michelle Wagner, amid the honoree's sister, Sara. Mr. and Mrs. John Levy and family spent the weeik- enld of-Nov. 25 visiting Mrs. •Levy's sister, Mrs. Margaret Anderson in Austin, Minn, and with Mr. Levy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levy, Who allso live near Austin. RexAnn Voyles daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Voyles celebrated her 12th birthday on Friday, Nov. 17 with, five of her friends. Guests, Liz Anderson, Michelle Wagner, Dana Clapsaddlle and Kristi Rooh- leau were invited to the Voyles home for a slumber party on that evening. Portland — John H. Ufkes passed away Thursday morn' ing, November 30 in the Britt hospital at 63 years. Services were held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the ImmanueJ Lutheran church at Titonka with Rev. Roger Hanson officiating. Stakes Funeral home was in charge with burial in the Immanuel Lutheran Church cemetery. He was bom April 11, 1904, at Denver, 111, son of John and Blanche Ufkes. He was married January 14, 1926 to Louise Leeschen, at the 1m- manuel Lutheran church at Titonka. , A farmer all his life, he is survived by his wife Louise, two sisters and three brothr ers, Mrs. Henry Slesner, Golden, 111., Mrs. Ubbe Bruns, Carthage, 111., Jacob Ufkes, Basco, 111., Henry Ufkes, West Point, 111., and Theodore Ufkes, Bowen, HI. He was ,pre- ceeded in death by his parents, two brothers and one aister. .Pallbearers were Robert Ringsdorf, Meindert Ullmian, Forest Rode, Suphus Nelson •and Carl Krause, all of Ti : tonka, and John W. Boyken, of Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Howie Stephenson was host to the members of her bridge club on Wednesday evening, Nov. 29. .. . . . ... Dr. and Mrs. Jack Clap- T u !r* m » u ?S* o r ' saddle spent the Nov. 25 and Mrs. John Aitman, ST.., ^^tenA in Minneapolis, re- for an evening Thanksgiving , turnin , g , on Sunda ^ rli mnioiv* \itcvrf* Ml* ailin (i/lra * dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Santa Says: • BUY AT HARRISON'S Hurry On Down for A Loved Ones Gilt From Our Large Selection 01 CAPITOL TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD SING WE NOW OF CHRISTMAS Give the Qift Keeps On Giving CHRISTMAS WITH ,:, BUCK OWENS nu.'-. UNO HIS BUCKMOOS THE CHRISTMAS SONG NAT KING a<"a"imBiiiiiiii»oi'i Mrs. Dale Farnham returned Wednesday from Park Hospital in Mason City Where she had undergone minor surgery. Mrs. Farnham is recuperating ait home and will resume working this week, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Armstrong and two children visited the Nov. 25 weekend at •the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherman. The Armstrong's live in Bloomington, Minn, and are former residents of Algona. Portland Mrs. Victor Pitch TERRIFIC BUYS! Christmas Long Play Albums risen 7 * Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox of Templeton came to Algona with Mary Kaihorst, sister of Father Kahorst, former pastor at the Bancroft Catholic phuroh, to spend Thanksgiving Pay in the Bernard Medst- er home. Eugene Meister was also home for the holidays and brought a roommate, William Barkley of Pitoburg, Pennsylvania with him. They returned to school Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret were •also dinner guests and Mary Ann Goetz of Qelwein was a weekend guest 'Mrs. "W. J. Stewart, Mrs. Stanley Ruse, Mrs. Victor FitOh awd Judy and Mrs. Rich- aurd Grosser and Randy were Thursday afternoon visLtoirs in the home of Mrs. DwigJit Ruse. iMr. and Mrs. C. E. Graham, Wade and Wanda of Clear take and Marie Grover of Al- gous were Thanksgiving Day djnner guests in the A. L, Raismussen home. Govern accompanied by Frank Murphy and Stetef Mae Murphy, just relumed from a trip to daftton, Georfli. They Viasted the John Murphy family afid drove titfOUgh Guests ih the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frtancto ShHrbon Thanksgiving Day were Curtis Holding, Burl, Mrs. Ivan Long, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ptemel, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Long and family. Howard Long, the Cecil 'Longs and Steven, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. David Long of Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bjuataom and family of Whittemore. 'Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Lov*. stad and .John and Mr, and .Mrs. Ray lichter and Lori, all of Burt were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Robert Lovstad home. Bob Lovstad of Estherville Junior College was home for the Thanksgiving holidays. A birthday coffee was held in the Edmund Larson home Sunday evening, in honor of Mrs. Edmund Larson's birthday, Guests coming in to surprise her were: Mr. and Mrs. Quintal Bjustrom, Mir. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, Mir. and Mrs. Mike Arend and Mrs. Effie Teeter, all of Algona. Friday evening guests in honor of Mrs. Larson's birthday, were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Christensen and Mrs. Clarence Christensen of Titonka. A neighborhood card party was held in the Jay Steven home Wednesday evening, November 29. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 'Meister and Bill, Mr. and Mrs. William HeUfnsn, Mr, and Mrs, P. W. Maridw, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith, Mr. and Mrt, Henry Smith and Hamona and Vivian Dutton. Mr, and Mrs. Edmund Larson called at the Wendell Chffetofiften home Saturday evening In honor of Mf. and Mrt, Bob O'Shey and son of Dei Moine«, who came up to spend Die weekend With Gladys OhrMensen, Mr. and Mrs. DotmW Suffwigtrti of Forest City were «i*t) thete. Mr. and Mrt. Paul Afefid weftt to ftntitelflbuf g Wednesday evening io Visit ttie Max Htetts. Hie HiobU daughtet it getting slong as weffl as can be expttfted After the accident she was in last Satut- day Wight, She is home from the hospital convalescing. GIVE-AWAY 5-Pc. Dinette Set Rtgisfor Now At Gambles DRAWING DEC. 20 CUP THIS COUPON NAME ADDRESS •jf « w w # * I *: '# 2 PHONE * 295-3411 295-3177 * * # # # # '207 E. STATED LGONA, IA.* COAST-TO-COAST ... tA« store tvfc«rs) your dollar will do t*o moot $'* irs ~**ti, THE GIFT OF A LIFETIME .. 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