Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1967 · Page 3
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DAUGHTER TO MARRY Rev. Noland, pastor of the Methodist church, and his wife will be leaving early in January for Burlingame, Calif, to attend the wedding of their daughter Beja Ann to Gordon Bankord. The rites will take place in the Hillsdale Methodist church San Mateo and Rev. Cecil Wilkins, pastor of the church will assist. He is a long time friend of Rev. Noland. During his absence Rev. Frank Harcey of the Congregational church will be available for any pastoral assistance needed. JOLLY DOZEN The Jolly Dozen club met at Sid's cafe last week for noon dinner after which they went to Ann Willrett's for an exchange of Christmas gifts. Those in attandance were Hattie Heiter, Rosella Cogley, Helen Putzstuck, Alice Steele, Camilla Engstrom, Amelia Engstrom, Betty Jane Engstrom, Lenora Adams, Edna Leigh, Hilda Meyer, Kate Schneider, Elvira Engstrom, and Ann Willrett. hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. There will be an exchange of Christmas gifts. Engaged 13th BIRTHDAY Mickey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson celebrated his thirteenth birthday December 9 at a slumber party. Guests were Steve Jones, John Pittman, Gene Chris- chilles, J. C. Kain and Jeff Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson took the lads to the basketball game at Humboldt and served lunch to them upon their return home. BfRTHDAY DINNER A family dinner was held December 11 at Mr. and Mrs. William Fitzgerald's in honor of the birthday of Mr. Fitzgerald. Present were Mr. and Mrs. William Francis Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strayer, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Strayer and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thilges and daughter Julie. CLUB PARTY Mrs. Henry Furst her club at a Chrstmas party with a gift exchange December 5. Present were Mesdames Newton Heiter, Nettie Steven, William Geering, Karl Willason, Paul Richardson, Thea Sparks, Jess Lashbrook and Miss Mildred Robinson. POT-LUCK DINNER Mrs. Elizabeth Post was hostess to her birthday club at a pot-luck dinner Friday. Those present were Harriet Schmitt, Hazel Pratt, Lillian Blumer, Millie Klamp, Rose Sigsbee, Nancy Morrall, Velma Gillespie and Polly Mo Quiston. ENTERTAINS AT DINNER Mrs. Grace Jackman entertained at dinner Tuesday noon having as guests Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow and Mrs. 'Charles Patterson. It was an observance of the birthdays of Mrs. Slagle and Mr. Granzow. MR. AND MRS. John E. Hopkins announce the engagement .and approaching marriage of their daughter Pamela Sue, to Roger K. Ferris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Ferris. iMiss Hopkins has been attending Iowa State University at Ames and her fiance, a former ISU student, is stationed with the army at Fort Eustis, Va. Their wedding will be January 14 at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. •LOCALS* Mr. and Mrs. Wendell French have returned from a visit since before Thanksgiving at Dallas, Texas where they visited ' wijh their son Don and family. Shortly before the return home Mrs. French fell over a low cement retaining wall, suffered' a shoulder injury and broke her left arm between the elbow and wrist. J. D. Burns who has been in poor health for some time recently fell on the steps at his home in spite of the rail placed there for his use. With the help of friends he was taken indoors. A short time after that he fell in the bath room, head first in the tub. This injury was serious enough that he was taken by ambulance to the Veterans hospital, Des Moines. He has been troubled for awhile with the lack of sense of balance which caused both falls. Mrs. Burns accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson will have as Christmas weekend guests their son-in- law and daughter and grandson Bret of Storm Lake. The Hansons recently resigned as managers of the State Hotel and are now in the Sjogren apartment on East Call Street. John Gilmore, of the navy and stationed at San Diego, Calif, is home on a two weeks leave which he is spending with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore. The Ed Gil- (Iowa) Advance—3 THURSDAY, DEC. 14,1967 more family will be joined at Christmas dinner by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. Mrs. Alice Ditiworth left December 15 to spend the winter in Tempe, Ariz Mrs, Grace Jackman will be dinner guest at her son-inlaw and daughter's, Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll at Lone Rock. Other guests will be relatives of the Knolls. Joan Post will be home for four days during the Christmas season. She is a student nurse at St. Josephs training school at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Strayer are moving into the Russell Rentz apartment on West State street. Early Monday paper Dec. 25; no paper Jan. 1 The schedule of papers for the Kossuth County Advance during the Christmas and. New Year holidays is as follows: The regular Monday, Dec. 25 paper will be printed Friday of this week for Saturday delivery, before Christmas, with many between-the-holiday sales events to be advertised. Next Thursday's paper, Dec. 28, will be printed as usual but there will be NO PAPER on Monday, Jan. 1. The first paper in 1968 will be the Thursday, Jan. 4 paper. Correspondents are asked to have their copy in early for both of the next two Thursdays because both New Years and Christmas falls on Mondays. Twin Rivers and LuVerne split games ftode — The LuVerne high school girls lost their first game in seven starts Tuesday night but the boys wrapped up their 7th straight win after an opening loss against Twin Rivers. The Pirate girls won the opener, 60-58 but the Lion boys came back for the win in the second game, 9589. Three LuVerne players hit in the 20's with Doug Nelson firing home 29, Duane Will 24 and Don Bristow 20. Mike Christiansen led all scorers with 30 points for Twin Rivers while Doug Logue had 25. LuVerne led most of the game but by a narrow margin. Its lead was by four, four and three points at the three period marks. It was 50-46 at the half. LUVERNE BLEW a 48-44 third quarter lead to lose its first game in seven contests in the girls game. Twin Rivers was a head 35-29 at the half. Suzie Cran paced the winners with 28 points while Elaine Sorlein hit 26. Linda Wilhelm and Michele Coylc had 22 and 21 for LuVerne. LUVERNE GIRLS (58 fg ft pf Linda Wilhelm ___ 6 10 4 Michele Coyle 9 3 3 L "You expect more from Standard and you get it" CHUCK BEHR'S Standard Service BRIDGE DINNER A bridge club of which Mrs, Robert Williams is a member met Wednesday for dinner at Charlie's. Following the dinner they went to Mrs. Williams for a gift exchange./ CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Dewey Skilling is entertaining her card club December 20. It is a Christmas meeting and there will be an exchange of gifts. 500 CLUB Mrs. Mary Cink entertained her 500 club last week Wednesday afternoon. The club meets this week Wednesday with Mrs. Rose Sabin. BRIDGE CLUB Barbara Haggard will be THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEl •antan, law* fvptrfonctd Cmbolmtri and Director* Hew tarylcf Fvntrol Moy |f •tftrrtfj ft Ml With CtitfifJtmt •Ht*it UNION ••hoele W.IOM MfclMl Mfelfff Connie Hefty 6 3 0 Laurie Coyle 0 0 3 Kris Meyer 001 Becky Coyle 004 TOTALS 21 16 15 TWIN RIVERS (60) fg ft Suzie Cran 13 2 Connie Christensen . 3 0 Elaine Sorlein _..- 9 8 Marsha Hacker 0 3 Mary Larson 0 5 Debbie Sinclair ... 0 5 TOTAIjS 25 10 Pf 3 3 0 0 0 20 Farm Auctions Dec. 29—William Knutson Estate sale, at farm located 9 miles south of Jackson, Minn, on highway 71. Sale includes 50 head of hogs and full line of machinery. Webster and Clark, auctioneers; Iowa Trust and Savings Bank, Estherville, clerk. Full sale details in Thursday's PEACH. BRAND NEW Alias Snow Tires Full 4 Ply—Reg. $34 SPECIAL $1499 + TAX Guaranteed for life by Standard Oil LUVERNE BOYS (95) fg ft pf Doug Nelson 12 5 2 Duane Will 964 Don Hrislow 925 Ronnie Wolf 2 0 I Lee Sc hi pull 1 1 3 Paul Swanson 3 1 1 LoRoy Hanson 101 Dennie Barber 3 0 0 TOTALS 40 15 17 TWIN RIVERS (89) fg ft pf ..Doug Logue 113 4 Mike Christiansen 14 2 3 Roger Clark .... 4 2 4 Steve Brock 4 0 5 Steve Bergum ._ 6 4 4 TOTALS 39 11 20 High dame Ken Meyer - 234 TUESDAY NIGHT NO. 1 W L Lindhofst Dep. _. 40 12 Buscher Bros. 37 15 Utt Electric 35 17 Reding Gravel ___ 30 22 Fenton 66 25 27 Lone Rock Bank _.. 17 35 Dunns 13 39 Schumacher Well 11 41 High Team Sorias Buscher Bros. 2970 High Series W. Voigt 636 High Game Garry Davis 234 TUESDAY NIGHT NO. 2 W L Pine Room 41 11 Larry's Rec. 34 18 Wcidenhoff 31 21 L. C. Store & Cheese 26 26 Elberts Serv, 23 29 Kleins 23 29 DeKalb 22 30 Fed. N. I. Grain . 8 44 High Team Series I'inc Room ..... 2866 High Series Jack Haag 605 High Game Jack Haag 221 WEDNESDAY NIGHT - MEN N L Algona Livestock Auction .-* 18 Fenton Elev. 32 20 Hamms Beer _ 32 20 Elk Cleaners 30 22 Bode Elev 30 22 Bernie's Rec. 22 30 Fuller Brush 15 37 TietzConstr. 11 41 High Team Series Bode Elevator 3065 High Series Don Shaw 597 High Game Orie Petersen 246 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO, 1 W L Behr's 34 18 Swansons 33 19 Taylor 32 20 North la. Appl. __ 32 20 Drug. Mut. 26 26 Bordens 22 30 Algona Barbers __ 17 35 Pro Shop 12 40 High Team Series Drug. Mut. 2335 High Series Women: Carol Groen - 583 Men: W. Voigt 626 . High Game Womeft: Carol dfoeti 1: iMeti: Chuck DaVW ^J 1 LEAGUE NO. 2 HtfN Series Women: Kay Aldersoft S15 .Men: Ken Teeter 571 QTAD winter time » • Mr fi |t damage! ROBO Wash A Wax 75c Joe's Texaco, S. Phillips Algona 94-101 BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" at f if VERNE • WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH • RENWICK RESULTS AND STANDINGS FROM g THE ALGONA BOWLING LANES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Algona Flour & Feed 46 6 Lindsay 33 19 Old Style 30 22 Hamms 28 24 Weidenhoff 28 24 Sears 25 27 Larson Trucking _ 23 29 Tall Pauls 20 32 la. State Bank ___ 17 35 Gambles 12 40 High Team Series Old Style 3029 High Series Ken Meyer 626 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Ken's Auto 42 10 Moorman's Feed _ 34M- 17M; Coast to Coast __.. 30 22 Arts Welding 23'^ 28Vi> Whittemore Elev. _ 22 30 Sy's Scuttlebut ___ 20 32 Pepsi Cola 19 33 Algona Lanes 17 35 High Team Series Ken's Auto __,_ 2261 High Series Women: Dee Riedel __ 505 • Men: Bob Riedel 602 High Game Women: JoAnne Ferstle 193 Men: Bob -Notice- PARENTS - Advise your children that prosecution will be made to anyone caught stealing Christmas light bulbs or destroying outdoor decorations. THIS IS A MISDEMEANOR OFFENSE! Al Boekelman, Police Chief William J. Finn, Mayor ^^ HimKm LATE I SHOPPERS GIFT Pre-Chnstmas Savings at HARRISON'S 36" WALKING DOLLS — 3 ONLY — R*g. $ $10.00 4.99 MATTEL TOY AND GAME SAVINGS ! ! Mattel's BABY'S HUNGRY DOLL SAY 'N SEE DOLL Reg. $18.00 INCREDIBLE EDIBLE FUN FLOWERS FRIGHT FACTORY Reg. $14.00 LITTLE KIDDLE LOCKETS Reg. $2.25 CHEERFUL-TEARFUL Reg. $4.00 G. I. JOE DOLLS, ^ OTHES ACCESSORIES price 9.99 '8.99 1.99 '2. PLUSH ANIMALS — Large Selection — Value 77c BIG ASSORTMENT GAMES & TOYS •>s-. CHECK THIS SPECIAL FREQUENTLY QAME SALE! • K A BOOM « TIP IT • HANDS DOWN • SLAP TRAP Reg. $5.50 YOUR CHOICE 4.66 YOU'LL FIND LOADS OF POPULAR AT THF RARP.ATN PRIPK OF ftflrl TONKA JEEP & PICKUP Your Choice Reg. $3 '2.33 NAME BRAND SMALL APPLIANCES — YOU BUY BELOW OUR COST — COMPLETE SELECTION V* PRICE TEFLON COATED COOK & BAKEWARE ASSORTED SELECTION OF PIECES V 3 OFF PEE PU(, PALS DOLL SETS Reg. $3 GIFT TOWEL SETS — STILL A BIG SELECTION — Set* At $1.00 $1.98 • $2.98 $3.98 Price SHU SLEEPWUI PAJAMAS, BABY DOLLS, GOWNS '/3 OFF LADIES KNIT Poor Boy Bloitoi — SOUPS & PRINTS — '/> Price < < r < < <<<<<< LJ< ±< <(<<<<<««<<<<

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