Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1967 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 11, 1967
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Bulldog b> Cathy Chrlichillet Tho; Algona High School VocaTf Department-Will have its Ohristmas concert tomor- December 12, at 7:30. Mix&TCKorUs, Modern Choir, phonettes, Lyric Girls rlis, t and Band Girls Chor- s/will be the groups partici- imj in the concert. It is un- the direction of Mr. e * —AHS— , <;U«tf weekend brought lots 9 ol Sports! actfon to A.H.S. Fril day rtight the wrestlers tang-' ) led Mth Clarion at home, and the/basketball players travel' ed /to 'Humboldt. Saturday I night brought a game with ''•Webster City. Following the game was ., the Sweat-Shirt I Ball featuring Teeter's Tre- jf. mcndous Tapes, f '••> | : . -AHS— s Student Council is busy | around Christmas time gel- I ting ready for; the Christmas ; ? dance. This year some other V clubs went in with the:coun- /cil and they're getting a band 'to play called "The Leaves iof Grass." Dress has changed |,to skirts and sweaters but, 'will still be the,beautiful dec- f.,orations. *Also the Student j/Council , has adopted two f needy: jpamilies, which the : school supports; - ; * ••' —AHS— i: A speedy recovery goes to Heavyweight Wrestler IBrad Farnham alter an appendectomy last week. So far this year Brad has been undefeated. 'We hope he'll get to rejoin the squad later this year. —AHS— Remember! There's only 10 more days till Christmas vacation. Burtha Andirson, * 69, of Swia City, dies December 4 •Funeral services for Bertha Anderson, 69, of Swea City, were held "-last Thursday at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City. She died Monday at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Rev. Julius Peterson officiated at the services. Burial was in the Harrison' township cemetery, 'Bertha Anderson was born Nov. 28, 1898 at Lakota the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ellman. She graduated from Swea City high school in 1918. On July 24, 1918 she was married to Arthur E. Anderson at Mankato, Minn. She lived in Kossuth County all her life. In 1956 the couple retired from a farm and moved to Swea City! She was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church, LCW and the American Legion Auxiliary. She is survived by three sons: Albert and Robert of Swea City and Eddy of Sioux Falls, S.D. Also one daughter Betty, Mrs. Alvin Nelson of Boulder, Colo, and 10 grandchildren survive. One brother Albert Ellman of. Chetek, Wis. survives. immmmmmmmmmi Ballplayers at Burt Lions club meeting Hurt — there were 101 present at the Lions club Christmas dinner Dec. B serv ed by the Band Mothers club at the school gym. Special guests were representatives of the Minnesota Twins baseball team, Zoilq Versalles, Tony Oliva, Rich Reese and Jerry Snyder. The deputy Governor of 9th District, Morris Givens, also a guest. The prbgram included grace by Waldo Kruse, welcome, Pres., Darrell Davis, perfect attendance pins were awarded to F. C. Soderberg for 16 years, of never missing a meeting. Ray McWhorter 12 years, attended meetings when traveling; Kenneth Cook for 9 years, Kenneth Sarchet for 4 years, A. C. Hinckley and W. P. Hawcott for 3 years, Fred Davis, Charles Spry and Darrell Davis, 1 year. Fred Hilton showed a film, "The Name of the Game is Fun." Closing song was Silent Night. Joyce Spry was the pianist. MAKE DONATION The Legion and Auxiliary met Dec. 5 in the Legion Hall. Hostesses./ were Ruth Alice Patterson and Leona Lacy with 12 Auxiliary members present and 8 Legion. Pres. Elva Boettcher gave a report of the county meeting at Wesley Nov. 14. The next county auxiliary meeting will be at Whittemore Feb. 13. The 30 Christmas tray favors made by Junior Auxiliary members were sent to the State hospital at Woodward. Also $2 was given to the rehabilitation project Picture Postal Cards and $1 Christmas gift to the assigned child. A committee presented a Christmas gift to a World War I veteran in a Burt Rest Home, and $?.60 was sent to , the Christmas Gitt Shop at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines. PftpORAM ON ARt The general meeting of WSCS Dec. 6 was well attended. The members voted not to serve a turkey supper this coming year. The thank offering was $112.75. The program on art and music was in charge of Beulah Davis and Mildred Larson assisted by Ivy Simmons and Beth Miller. The Circle meeting will be Dec. 13. Members are requested to bring Betty Crocker and Butternut coupons and money for gift to Missionary. Correction — The U & I Circle Christmas meeting will be held Monday, Dec. 18 at the home of Adella Ulses. A 12:30 noon luncheon. Santa Claus day sponsored by Burt Lions club will be held Saturday, Dec. 16 at the Legion Hall with a movie at 1:30 p.m. and treats for the youngsters after the movie'. Maxine Angus, Red Cross chairman for Burt, reported $120.97 collected by Nov. 30. Workers were Iva Jurgens, June Presthus, Rose Karels, Janice Reimers, Marilyn Johnson, Eleanor Stenzel, Gladys Hawcott. The Herbert Valentines, Truman, Minn., former Burt residents, (she the former Tillie Dexter) left last week to spend the winter in Hawaii. He is a brother of the late Albert Valentine. A.pre- Christmas family gathering was held Sunday at the Dewey Valentine's in Truman. Marilyn Johnson, Wantalee Hawcott and Gladys Hawcott spent Dec. 5 in Mason City, shopping and visiting relatives. UPW will meet Dec. 20 at the Presbyterian church. Hostesses are Mesdames W. W. Boettcher, Roscoe Stewart, Axel Carlson, Cecelia Scott. Worship and devotions Algeria (ioWa) Adv«ru«— 3 MONDAY, BECI, 196? are by Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Installation of officers will be held with a Christmas program by Mesdames Harold Becker, Michael Long and Mrs. Nettie Fischer, 92, has been a patient at St. Ann hospital for several days. "Christmons" tree open house at Good Hope cehteredhess" that is often missing in out Christmas decorations. Christmons were first made in 1957 in a church in Virginia and have since spread to every continent. They arc constructed of styrofoam, gold mesh, sequins, synthetic pearls and gold glass beads. The colors used are only gold and white, symbolic of purity. No other decorations appear on the tree, except for miniature clear lights. At the open house a small tree featuring miniature symbols of the type children readily understand will be displayed. A larger tree in the church parlors will be decorated with "Parable Balls" which tell in picture Jesus 1 teachings, with shields which indicate some portion of his life and passion. A large tree in the chancel of the church will have 'Christmons which depict the story of salvation, from the prophecy of the Old Testament, through Jesus' life and teachings, to the crown of glory. People will be on hand to explain the meanings of the Christmons and to give out iniormalion as to how they are constructed. Coffee will be served. in the evening at 7:30 p m., the traditional Candlelight service will use colored slides of Christmons to tell the story' of salvation. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Uih«r The Roy Telfords visited Mrs. Florence Larson and Mrs. Martha Wendle at Friendship Haven Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wendle is a cousin of Mrs. Telford. Mrs. Richard Krause, Shelly and Shawnna, LuVcrne, were Thursday visitors at Edward Zinnel's. Mrs. Eddie Crdrnan, Livermore, was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Laurel Worster's. The Olvin Hangs were Wednesday night visit ftenard iafckeVs *r Harold Sktug*ud», _ w%te Sunday ifuttioon yj '<**., *' The Erling Maiming iilef. ed the Norwegian supptf ,1 Badger Friday night af later visited the Oscar Will* tarn*. IT'S hriSlmas Three traditional evergreen trees will be decorated with 'Christmons' and featured at an open house at Good Hope Lutheran church from 1 to 4 p.m., December 17. The name "Christmons" comes from the first syllables of the name Christ and monogram. They are symbols for Christ that are made and hung on the tree. They seek to give the tree a definite "Christ THANK YOU Thank you to our customers and a special lhank you lo the clubs we have served this past year. Your patronage was very much apprccialed. HOTEL COFFEE SHOP Fred and Lorraine Schoby BUY No USE OUR :-Z PAYWA 1 ( hriSlmas Bonus Wi NO « PAYMENT « TIL FEBRUARY } •?COflST-TO-COAST! ED WOLF, Owner 22 E. 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Let's make a Gift FROM SHEAKLEYS A Family Tradition t was just a few years ago thai we invited you to discover a new Christmas tradition . . . now we ask you to experience this tradition again as you go gifting. Sheakleys, a trusted name in fashions, has personally assembled a world of fashions and wardrobe accessories for you to select and put under the Christmas tree for the lady so dear to you. Not only will you find Christmas-gifting at Sheakleys a truly delightful experience again this year, but the lady receiving the gift will quickly cherish its value when she first glances at the brand name label. (Will Jnean Jnore to 3ter. .., <<«><>! <<<»<< • < i < < M

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