Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1967
Page 13
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Gardner, Mike Long, Mry Weiner, August Bernau,, AM Kreuger, Edna Jolian- nesen, Henry Looftt, Frank Long, Elmer Krauscs, Odey Cherland, Carl Reynolds, Ray Westling, R. Willrett, -Ted Neteon, Russell Johannesen, Percy Jaoobsen, Reuben Berkland, John Johannesen, Fred Johannesen, B. Meister, Ted Jensen, Amy Cherland. Janet Cherland had the guest book. Mrs. Ted Nelson poured. The program included' devotions by Luella Cherland, solo on the musical saw by Mrs. Ted Jensen, Skit "Anniversaries" by Phyllis Weiner and Evelyn Angus; ireading by Mabelline Lovstad. Evelyn Cherland and Paul Baker will be married in the Lutheran church, Minneapolis at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20. Slhe is teaching in An oka, 'Minn. [ and he is attending the Luth- l',etfan Seminary fn Minneapo- i 'Us. MARINERS PARTY . 'Mariners Club had the Christmas meeting at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Hosts were the Harold Beck- cfrs and Roscoe' Mawdsleys, Jr. This was the family Christmas party starting with a desert luncheon. The program was a film strip shown, by [the Robert Anguses and Bill Ohristensens. Devotions were in charge of Junior high students. Games were by ithe Leonard Stenzeils and Russell 'Pattersons. Treats were by the Duane Maiwdsleys. Rev. and Mrs. Reimer family, Lalkota were guests. A letter I was read from their Korean I orphan who sent a Christmas I card he had made. It was I hand painted in water colors. I Members received their new j 'program, books for the new ! year. , CIRCLES WIU;ME3R , "''';arcl|s of the WSCS will meet Dec. 13 for meeting. Gladys Circle, tout* esses, Lefie McMuiteft Mid Phyllis Weiner; foil call, gifti, special, Christmas program by Hazel Teeter and Blanche Long. Ivy Circle, hostesses, Mary Jean Andrews, Leone Salisbury and Stella Gee* man, roll call, Bible verse; special, Christmas music. Program by Frances Satchel and Ethel Smith. Janice Ciroje, 'hostess, Esther Hilton, roll call, Mark, program, Dorothy Johnston and Minerva Curtis. GRAND OPENING Over 300 attended the grand opening Saturday at Nadine's Gift and Hobby Shop. There were 10 drawings, Jane Barslow, won a blanket; Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, ••a 'box of candy; Joyce Keith, ceramic bird; Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, dusting powder; Net/tie Giddings, hair spray; Roscoe Stewart, hair spray; Wa'Iter Steward, hair spray; Mrs. Marion Marlow, spray cologne; Ohuck Gifford, ohilds truck set; Julie GLfford, doll. Baskets of flowers were given by the Burt Savings Bank, Burt Hardware, Vogel Store, Mitch el] Electric Shop, Lions Club, Cunninghams Cafe. A coffee maker received from K & H station and tamk service, Larry and George Manus. CookSes, mints and coffee wore served. Cookies were baked by Lydia Ma mis, Grace Ackerman and Joan Gifford. 6X-RESID6NT DIES Henry Simmons, former barber in Burt in 1920% died in California. The funeral will be held in LuVerne Dec. 8. Birthday Circle wiU meet Dec. 14 with Mrs. C. M. Gross. Guests Sunday of Mrs. C. M. Gross were the Glen Grouses, Billy Gif fords, and Paul Dremmels for Mrs. Gross's birthday. Duane Gross called from DCS Moines Sunday. From this area attending tone concert Sunday at Algona high school were the F. L. Ryersons, Walter Camoneys, Leonard Stenzels, Rev. and Mrs. Davis, Mrs. E. A. Junk- ermeieY, Neoma and Alma, The Donald Gif fords, moved Nov. 25 to the Paul Arend farm home. Scout Pack meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the lunch room at Burt school. Guests Sunday at the William Giddings home were the Joe Foshaughs, Algona, and Guy Giddings, LuVerne. Guy Giddings went to Florida Dec, 5 to visit friends and will visit his sister, Aeirial in Lub- Algftfia (le*a) Advance—3 THURSDAY, DEC. ?, 1967 bock, Texas, and spend part of the winter with a daughter in California. Guests Sunday evening at Ray Westiing's were the Clarence Westlings, Batmim, the Vern Shipiers, Harry Haases and Edith Hayenga, Fenton. 'Mrs. Etta Holdreti was hostess Sunday at the Wallace Hawcott. home for a birthday dinner in his honor. Guests were 'Lulu Hawcott, Sclina Clifton, Gladys Hawcott, the Wallace Hawcotts and Kenneth. Neighbors and friends were guests for a coffee Friday at Ruby Hinckley's. A girl scout committee meeting will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Mrs. George Becker's. The Herman Sodcrbergs 'had as guests Sunday, the Oliver Mathsons and Ralph Marklas, Algona, Levi Schul- ers, Swea City, Kenneth Math- sons, Hopkins, Minn. The Delmar Anguses left •Monday for a week in Colorado at Harriett Kriethe's in Denver and in Greeley at Dr. Howard Blanchard's. .' '* k' ^^r * * * * * CHRISTMAS GIVE-AWAY 5-Pc. Dinette Set Register Now At Gambles P5Ayy |N 5L DEC 2 9 CLIP THIS COUPON NAME ADDRESS * PHONE 295-3411 295-3177 207 E. STATES SCHOOL PROGRAM The ' annual school Christmas program will be given in Burt school gym Dec. 14 at 8 p.m. The high school chor- .us arid the Children's chorus in tihe grades will be featured •unlder bhe direction of Erna Grover. The band directed by Paul Espe will play before (tihe 8 p.m. program. ATTEND FUNERAL The William Giddings attended the funeral of a cousin, Gordon Giddings, 68, at the Methodist church Dec. He was the son of Bert Giddings who was a brother •the laite Guy Giddimgs and lialte Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf, i Burt. TO NAME OFFICERS Eastern Star will meet in £5 ithe Hall Dec. 12. Hoslts areW ifche J. L. Millers and Menmett Jl TrunkMlls. The annual Christ- W mas party will be 'held aftei y ithe 'business meeting and rB ; .electron of officers. There will I be a White elephant exchtoge. 1968 Torino 2-Door Hardtop 1968 Torino GT Fastback Here's a Better "Catch Up" Idea: TORINO-more car than 16 higher-priced competing models (longer wheelbase, more room; smoother ride) Comp«r» ftklwr pricti, Yev'M s»t which int«rm«dta»« f iv«i you mor« for your monty, Torino—with a full 116-in. whftllMft ami iffftr Mta§, It's a grtat buy «ny timt, but «v«n bf fit r now whilt your Ford D«al«r'» making up for lo»t timt. Torino-Ford'i ntw«$t bright i<|fql Six spirited six-passenger cqrs at the top of the Foirlane line. Thf Tofino QT'f - hardtop, convertible, and fpstback — all come with Ford's brand-neW 3Q2-cg. in. V-8, wide-oval' tires, GT stripes, GT wheels, ventless side windows and wall-to-wall carpeting. The Torino 2-door hardtop and 4-door sedan have luxurious interiors you've never seen before in cars at this price. The Torino Squire station wagon has simulated wood paneling outside, the leathery look of vinyl inside and the convenience of Ford's 2-way Magic Doorgate. fiflht other Falrlgnei- including a Fairlane £00 fastback that seats six-give you Torino- inspired styling, too. Whichever you choose -Fairlane or Torino —choose it now while your Ford Dealer is going all-out to make up for lost time. ...has a better idea. See the man With Better Ideas-Better Deals.. .your Fbrd Dealer. NtfAfTfTATMTMIT TAYLOR MOTOR CO. COSMETICS THE PERFECT GIFT FOR HIM FOR HER St. Johns Lime King's Men . Old Spice Mennens By George Mr. L Hai Karate Du Barry Giro Little Lady Goldfire Yardley Clairol Mary Sherman £ ^f CHOCOLATE • V/lvi^jtfyi^^^t^ ** Cricket ROSARIES CRUCIFIXES MEDALS SEE OUR WIDE SELECTION OF GIFTS • Leather Billfolds • Cigarette Lighters • Gift Stationery • Dresser Sets • Radios • Electric Tooth Brushes • Clocks & Barometers • Travel Kits • 3M Bookshelf Games *JOINS THE CROWD...SAVES THE ACTION. 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