Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 18, 1967
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I see by the Advance... NEWS BRIEM FROM AROUND ALOONA — Mr. and Mrs, Loren John- Christmas day at the home of son and family will spend Mr. Johnson's sister, Mr. and Diamond 1 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 5 East State ^SJ^ Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5672 .4 J_J Pre-Christmas > Savings tht world is yours. with a coaL by *—AlgWta (itwij MONDAY, DtC. 11, iMf». Chirie« jPiflgry Who iiye in Blue £arth. Mf. and Mr.. Chuck Mar* grove will'fee hosts to the members of their*families on CJhfistmas Day ift theif home. Guests are Mr. and Mrs, •toldge" Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hard' grove, Julie and son Jerry Jr. home from Viet Nam, and Mr, and Mrs. Max Miller, Toledo. Horn* for tht Chrittmas holidays is Dennis Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Pudge" Miller who is a student at Wartburg College in Waverly. Dennis will arrive home on the 19th. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Cotton were hosts to four couples and their children in their home on Sunday, Dec. 17. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Winkel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Winkel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Welp and family of Bancroft and Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Shey and family. A Christmas dinner was served and an exchange of gifts among the younger members of the families took place. Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising will be guests over the Christmas holiday in the home of their son and daughter-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Rising who live in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mr». Robert H. Scarr are leaving Dec. 21 by train for Reseda, Calif, to spend the Christmas holidays with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooney and two children Judy and Robert. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson and daughter from Dec. 23 until the 26th of December will be Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ostrum and daughter, Jennifer of Sycamore, 111. A pre-Christrnas family gathering was held on Sunday, December 17 at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Shatto in 'Mason City with the families of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Furst attending. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Furst and daughter of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Furst and family of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holmes and family of Clear Lake and Mr. John Cunningham also of Burt. On Wednesday the 20 of December, the Furst family will be at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Hank Furst for a pre-Christmas get together. ' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cubit and family will be hosts to Mrs. Cubitte parents on the Christmas weekend, Mr. and Mrs. David Reese of Oskaloosa. Mr.\and Mrs. Frad Gaigel will be Holiday guests Christmas Day at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton will be visiting over the Christmas weekend at the homes of Mr. Norton's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sied- litz and family in Minneapolis and Mrs.. Norton will be stopping at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boevers and family in Mankato. Arriving home Dec. 16 for a two week furlough with his Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hat* tested of Bancroft announce the enra«ement and appreaehlnf marriage of their da«|hter, Cathy to Tim Kelly of Mason City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Kelly of Odebolt. Miss Hatleatad completed a course In Busbies* Machines and Data Processing at Hamilton Business College In Mason City on Nov. 21, and Mr. Kelly to a student In Computer Programming at Hamilton BuatHesa College. A December 29th wedding is being planned at St. John's Catholic' Church In Bancroft.. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vaske, Bancroft, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Mae, to Charles Doyle, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doyle, Bancroft. Miss Vaske is a graduate of St. John's High School, Bancroft, and Mankato Commercial College. She is presently employed at Railway Motors, Fairmont, Minn. Mr. Doyle, 1 , also a graduate of St. John's High School, is engaged In farming. A January 27th wedding Is being planned at St. John's Catholic Church, Bancroft. ' Mfs. Anthony Coloff and sort of Cedftf Rapids, Christmas Day guest* at the Nitchats home Wilt be Miss tothfyn Cuffans of ttuihveti, sister of Mfs, Nitchals. Home for the holidays from the State University of towa at Ames will be their soft, Mike. Mr, and Mrs. W, t, Mie< Donald will have AS guests for dinner, Friday, Dec. 23», Mrs. MacDonald's mother, and sister,' Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mr, and Mrs. D, R. Mclntyre who are holiday guests at the home of Mrs, Sullivan. Christmas Eve the MacDonald family and the Mclntyres will be gathering together at the home of Mrs, Sullivan, Christmas day Mrs. Sullivan with her two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre Will be dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Sullivan's brother, Mr. John B. Kelly in Emmetsburg. Woman's club at Burt plans for new year Burt — The Christmas meeting of the Burt Woman's club was held Dec, 11 at Lefie McMullen's. Assistant hostesses were Helen Smith, Janice Troutman and Rowena Ryerson. Each member brought a gift to be sent to the patients at the Woodward State hospital and school. Gernotology chairman Elva Boettcher reported her committee delivered fruit baskets to the Burt Rest Homes at Thanksgiving time. President Vera Bradley announced the program committee for the coming year. Committee members are Iva •Jurgens, Jean Lockwood, Elva Boettcher, Helen Smith and Mary Smith. •Program chairman Erna Grover introduced Mary Jean Andrews, who gave the reading, "The Least of These" by Margaret Durant. iDarlene Herrick, Arleen Manus and Iva Jurgens gave an inspirational service, "Peace on Earth." They were assisted by the high school girls,quartet. Patty Sheirbon, Jill Smith, Janet Becker, who sang several Christmas selections. Twenty-eight members an- swefed Writ Silt lltt Wi*t meeting will be Jan. ft it Beth Miller's. HAVfNOUHWAWMINO tj A hoUs«Wirming wis held Dec. 10 it Howard Salisbury's. The sett, invited ^guests brought the nipper and spent the evening. Present were the Gerald Braces, Hayfield, Minn., Raymond Vogels and Wayne Manns. A gift was presented to the Salisburys for their 41st wedding, the Braces were dinner guests Sunday at Raymond Vogel's and overnight guests of the Salisburys, returning home Monday. NAME NEW OFFICERS New officers elected Dec. 12 for Eastern Star were Worthy Matron, Esther Hilton; Worthy Patron, Clarke Miller; Associate Matron/Doris Miller; Associate Patron, Mennett Trunkhill; conductress, Karen Davis; Associate, Bertha Newbrough; sec., Mabelline Lovstad; treas., Lefie McMullen. There will be open installation Jan. 13. 'Members had a Christmas party after the meeting. MASON ELECTS Thursday at the Masonic # Lodge new officers elected tt were Worshipful Master, Am- jr old Hanson; Senior Warden, * .Donald Davis; Junior Warden, * Harlan Blanchard; sec., O. Mr J Graham; treas., J. L. Miller. J John Melville came Dec. 11 to spend, a week with his grandmother, Mrs. Helen Vogel. They will go to Garrett Park, Md., to spend the holidays with the Dr. Robert Melvilles, They plan to go Dec. 20 by plane. John is at- tending Duke university, • The Larry Hinckleys, Mif< ion, have a f Ib. & oi. soft, Barry Allen, born at St. Luke's hospital in Cedar Rapid* Dec. 5. They hive • 2 year did daughter, Cheryl Ann. Grandparents ire the F. f», Kings. Winchester, Tenn. and A. C. Hinckley, Burt, Hi** . t Nov. 23fd was ft big day at e ot J*«*.o^if«,- MiMfi when many frtertds, and neighbors gathered and brought in around 130 acres at corn, This is only one of Winy good neighbor projects •round Iowa this year. FEATURING: OM Conv«nlon» Kohler Flmturet Myers Pumpt 119 S. boeW Algoni, IPW. Phone 29S-3234 '***""*'"""'•"•'"•"'•• parents will be James Nitchals, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nitchals who is stationed, at. Fort Dix, N. J. On Dec. 17 the Nitchals family entertained their daughter, Mr. and DIRTY ... Salt Covered ear? Go ROBO and your ear stays new-looking longer. S. Phillips St., Algona Fine imported fabrics. Untrimmed coats in a large selection of colors. Sizes 6 through 16. REG $100 io$ 110 SHEAKLEYS AND CHIUDREM5 APPAREL mode o'day she's dreaming of a while Christmas! Boy collars, cowl necks, short and long sleeves I Add lace and ruffles! Sizes: 32 to 38. 3,99 t P 4,99 10t f. State »t. Bold «** Brawny Traditionally a favorite with the man with places to go — here's a new brogue with the brash look of masculinity in new Pirate Gold, Black or Black cherry in grain leathers. Perfect styling that looks its best on your foot. Stop in and try on a pair. 5-Pc. Dinette Set Register Now At Gambles DRAWING DEC. 20 CARPET DRY CLEANING READ'S FURNITURE Call 5-2216— CLIP THIS COUPON NAME ADDRESS PHONE : 295-3411 r295-3177 * * * * # * * # !»!<• f ncnffty Stf 1207 E. STATED ULGONA, IA.* IT'S TOO LATE TO SHOP EARLY! 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