Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 11, 1967
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I see by the Advance..." -N6WS IJtigM MOM AROUND ALOONA- Bel Canto Music Club will have its annual Christmas Party at the home of Mrs. Joe Bradley Sr. on Wednesday, December 13 at 1:30. Mrs. Keith Christie and Mrs. Jerry Cpwan are in charge of the afternoon's program. Members of the Entertainment and Social committees are Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs. R. E. Weber of Bancroft, Mrs. Eugene McMahon, Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Mrs. Melvin Bourne, Mrs. Wade Sullivan, Mrs. Jim Dodds, Mrs. Vernon Jensen, and Mrs. Don Welp of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs, Gene Heed have just returned from a i'vo week trip to the Hawaiian Islands, having left by plane from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Hood visited four of the islands before returning via Las Vegas where they spent four days. On, return they stopped in Minneapolis to visit with their daughter Mary Jean, before driving to Algona on Sunday, Dec. 3. Mary Jean is teaching fourth grade in the Bloomington School system. Bloomington, a suburb of Minneapolis. Mr*. Ed Gilmort will bt hostess to a Christmas party for the members of St. Thomas Episcopal Church Guild on Thursday, Dec. 14 in her home beginning at 2 o'clock. The Executive Board is .in charge of the program during the afternoon. Diamond Happy occasions call for diamonds—the supreme gift of love and beauty. Besides joy in your new gem, you want to have pride in your choice. Knowing your jeweler and the quality of his merchandise is one good way. Our membership in the American Gem Society is another. Only some 2000 jewelers in the United States and Canada qualify for this distinction which is earned through professional gemological study and high ethical standards. A most important reason why you should choose your diamonds from our collection. MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY (iewi) Advance MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1W (Lit* Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor celebrated her 7th birthday oft Friday, Dec. 1 with an afternoon party in her home. Lisa invited 8 of her little friends to be her guests oft this day. they were Julie and Joan Burt, Lisa Back' hatis, Shelia Scobba,' Angle and Debbie Coan, Joan Skog- strorri and Julie McVeigh. During the afternoon the young ladies played games and a birthday lunch was served. Joan Burt was unable to attend due to an illness. The sewing club of Mrs. Al Buchanan, Mrs. Russ Buchanan, Mrs. Ed Gilmore, Mrs. George Harris, Mrs. Bill Steele, Mrs. Dick Norton, Mrs. Bud Ferris, Mrs. Leo Cassel, Mrs. Bob McCullough, Mrs. Leighton Misbach, Mrs. Al Agena, and Mrs. Craig Smith will have a Christmas party at the Algona Country club with their husbands on Dec. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Al Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Buchanan are host and hostesses for the evening. Attending the A.P.A.I. Convention in Des Moines from Dec. 13 to Dec. 15 are Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skpgstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Everds, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Everds of Estherville and Mr. Doug Meyer of Humboldt. Girl Scout Troop 4429 under the direction of Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom and Mrs. David Merryman, leaders, spent Saturday, afternoon, Dec. 2 at the Good Samaritan Home where the Girl Scouts played Bingo with the residents there. This is a service project that the Girl Scouts are working on at this time. They will be continuing the project part of December and then again in January. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Me- Guire have just returned from Chicago where they have been visiting Mrs. Me- Quire's mother, Mrs. Paul Bussert. The McGuire's spent the Thanksgiving holiday there and Mrs. Bussert returned to Algona to spend several weeks with her daughter and family. Members of the Trinity Lutheran Church Circle had a 6:30 Christmas Dinner in the Church basement on Monday evening, Dec. 4. 5 East State x \£^ Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5672 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan will be hosts to Mrs. Cowan's ladies bridge club on Wednesday, Dec. 20 at a Christmas party in their home with the husbands of the members. Members and husbands are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geelan, Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook, Dr. and iMrs. Kevin Nash, Mr. and Holiday Season is Here! Bring In Those • DRAPES • BLANKETS •SUP COVERS • • • for expert dry cleaning! Send us your formal and regular wardrqbes, too ... we'll return them freshly cleaned and pressed ready for company and the festive season ahead, Send your laundry needs at the same time CALL ELK CLEANERS TODAY! "let One Call Do It AlP Free Pickup and Delivery At Most Town»! B li Im DRY CLEANERS 20 N. Dodge Alton*, Iowa Phone 295-3447 ; Mfs. Jim Andfeason, Mr. and Mrs, Terry McGuire, Mr, arid Mr*. Jerry Anderson and Mr. ahd Mrs. Dick Thoresoth . Mr. and Mrs, Robot* recently visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poage, Sr, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Norfleet in Mexico, Mo. The Poage's were guests over the Thanksgiving holiday. The annual couplet Christ' mas dinner and gift exchange party of the bridge club of Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Mrs. Rex Taylor, Mrs. Jim Kolp, Mrs. Maynard Miller, Mrs. Ted Herbst, Mrs. Clayton Pittman, Mrs. Dick Burt, Mrs. Jack Chrischilles and Mrs. Julian Chrischilles will be held on Wednesday evening, Dec. 20 at the Algona Country Club. Hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller. Zeta XI and XI XI Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Tuesday, Dec. 19 at a 7 o'clock Christmas dinner party at the Algona Country Club. The members will have a gift exchange during the evening. Mrs. James Sloter was hostess to the members of her Bridge club on Monday evening, Dec. 4 in her home. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Richard Schneider arid Mrs. "Sunny" Rochleau. five home Thursday, Dec. 14 from Viet Nam where he his been stationed in the Nivy. He will spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mf, •fid 'Mfg. Gilmore will meet their son in Port Dodge and bring him to Algona where^ he Will be on leave until the 29th of December, at which -j time he will report to San'! Diego, Calif. St. Thomas Episcopal Church Altar Guild will meet at 1:30, Tuesday, Dec. 10 in the Church undercroft. • A Teen-Age Christmas Dance will be held at the Algona Country Club on Thursday, Dec. 28 with Mr. and Mrs. Russ Buchanan as Chairman and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will as Co-Chairmen for ;the event. Host and ^Hostesses are Larry Taylor, Craig Carson, Steve Chrischilles, Todd Henderson, Steve Merryman, Craig Taylor, Nancy Schmidt, Marsha Hinken, Ruth Cassel, Julie Chrischilles, and Jeanne' Milder. Music for the occasion \ will be by "The Free a>d! Easy" Group from Mason. City. Dancing will be from 8:30 until midnight. '-• and Car gill, tnt. t respectively. They will return to classes inquiry at ****** *&** lhe * ADVANCt CLASftlFltD AOt §RINO 116 igfULTS PAST) v- i The Church School Classes of St. Thomas Episcopal, Church will present their annual Christmas program on Sunday, Dec. 17 during the 11 o'clock Morning Prayer service. The program will be followed by a church potluck dinner in the undercroft. Mr. and Mrs. Armin Schultz spent Tuesday, Dec. 5 visiting Mrs. Schultz's mother, Mrs. Blanche Masterhan who lives in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Masterhan is 84 years old and has! been seriously ill of recent. ' On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Schultz drove to Buena Vista to attend a Christmas Chorus in which their daughter Connie is taking part. The Concert will be at the College. Mrs. James Park of Aberdeen, Maryland, the former Ruth Benschooter, will be flying to Cedar Rapids Dec. 12 where she will be met by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hpllis Benschooter. Mrs. Park will be visiting with her parents until later in December when they will drive with their daughter to Aberdeen and New York for the Christmas Holidays. Molly McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry McGuire celebrated her second birthday on Wednesday, Dec. 6 in her home with her grand-, parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire, and her grandmother, Mrs. Paul Bussert, who is visiting in the McGuire home. The Gilbert Benschooters were also guests of the Me-, Guires. Refreshments were served during the evening in honor of the occasion of Molly's birthday. Mrs. Phil Diamond entertained the members of her Bridge foursome on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 7. Lunch was served followed by an afternoon of Bridge. The ninth birthday of Julie , Dodds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds, was observed with a dinner-birthday party Friday, Dec. 8. Guests were Callie Bangs, Sherri Carlson, Cheryl Cook, Sonja Dangelser, Rhonda Haas, Laurie Hoover, Connie Maharas and Ganu/a Huso. 3 trainees in courses here Three men enrolled in the Feed and Fertilizer Marketing Technology school at Iowa Lakes Community College, Estherville, are presently taking a 9 weeks on the job training course in Algona. The three are Terry Jensen, Richard Packebush and Jim Larson, all of Milford, training at Pioneer, Algona Grain and Feed Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reilly spent the weekend of Dec. 3 visiting their daughter Pat-., ty who just recently was involved in an accident in Des Moines. A story appeared in. last weeks Advance concerning Pat's misfortune. She is recuperating in Des Moines General Hospital, Room 427.; The Reilly's spent the past weekend with their daughter also. Mrs. Phil Diamond recently returned from several' days in Chicago visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jerry Stein. Mr. and Mrs, Julie Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilenfeld and Mr, and Mrs. Mike Smith returned recently from several days vacation in Cape. Coral, Florida. The couple went by plane on Sunday, arriving in several hours and returned on Tuesday, Dec. 5. John Gilmore, son of Mr, Hwy, II and Mrs. Ed Gilmore will ar- ON HAND LARGE SUPPLY ATRAZINE BUY NOW BEFORE PRICE INCREASE COMPLETE STOCK OF CHAINS FOR BOTH . TRACTORS ^^l^llb^^fll^l^^tfl^lk^a^l^Re^^ •^•^^^••^^^^•l^^^^l^i^^^i^lP WE STILL HAVE A LARGE TOY SELECTION """Si, We kMW yoir Moken fleet's... ky when he toys!' ft* "Complete Selection" '••••.. i • i We specialite In a wide aiiorfmerit of gifts for smokers,.. from cigar*, cigarette! and pipe tobaccos, to handsome and unusual accessories. Smoking Accessories Pipes A Pouches •exed Cigars fltmmmmttmm %fpvrvTTv§ ,, Cigarette Lighters Pipe Tobacco z-^ •1 The SMOKE SHOP • HIT- ALOONA ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Let Penney's be your Santa! PE N N •JWJ&SSr MA'AJVM you tVMKN /ffftJV if/n'/i ft/ttt/»/i' *//'//-(/ •*' C? 1 / PS*, NO IRONING NEEDED! Towncraft Penn-Prest dress shirts make the neatest gifts of all Just machine wash and tumble dry. They fight off wrinkles, won't pucker, stay smooth. 3.98 Choose from regular collar broadcloths in white or blue, Woven of 65% Dae- ron® polyester/35% cottort. They have trjm-fit tapered body, convertible cuffs. Oxford weave buttondowns, too, of 50% Fortrel® polyester/50% cotton. White with tapered body and barrel cuffs. Men's Towncheft Penn-Prest woven sport shirts in many now styles! Choose from buttondown Grad style shirts of Fortel® polyester/cotton that have the look of linen, or regular collar corded shirts of Dacron® polyester/cotton. No ironing needed! Just machine wash, tumble dry. Long sleeves. S-M-L-XL. Also Short Sleeve Sty le» OWEN EViRY NIGHT 'Til 9, NOW TIL CHRISTMAS! Saturday, Dec. U I immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi

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