Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1967
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Schools at Wtsley close December 22 Wetley i— Employees at the Corwith-Wesley Community school, and families will have a 6 o'clock supper at Corwith Dec. 21. the schools will close at 2:30 p.m. December 22 for the holiday. The Junior high Christmas parties will be held December Id at both schools. The high ithool Christmas party will be held at Corwith next WetVfefcday evening. Efdman, Deeorah, spent the December 3 week' efld/wtth his mother, lift,, Olive Brdmtn, who was ill. Bernard Erdmen, Cedar Rapids, visited her Friday..They also visited their lister, Mrs. Donnetle Vestrem and family. K & H Oil Co., employees, wives and husbands will have a Christmas party at the Country Club, Algona, Friday evening, A group of women attended the annual Christmas fair display at the Good Hope church in Titonka Thursday. Soft, pHabfe town backing will not *lip, or slide, for furniture, car stats, beds, picnic cloths, TV rugs! Popular Kantslip Upholstery Throws 72x60-inch Rockport Solid 3 Foam-backed, seamless throws can't^lip) o« ' slide! 'Machine'-washable, never need^irbhing. Mix and match brown, green or gold floral prints with textured, stain-repellent solids in brown, green, turquoise, gold or melon. ROCKPORT SOLIDS 72x90-inch .__. 5.98 72xl08-inch ... 7.98 72xl26-inch — 8.98 MIDLAND PRINTS 72x60-inoh 4.98 72x90-inch 7,98 72xl08-inch ... 9.95 72xl26-inch __ 11.95 The Nicest Gifts Cost Less at S 4 L The display is sponsored by the Women's Federated Club. St. Joseph's GUild will have * regular monthly meeting next Tuesday evening, December 19. A pot luck lunch will t* served it 8.30. Mrs. Helen Johnsofi was given a surprise birthday par< ty Monday afternoon by a group of women. The Tom Beckers joined a group of relatives for a Christmas party Sunday evening at Tretoars near Fort Dodge, Attending, besides the Beckers, were the Hernv an Beckers, irvington; Mrs. Clara Kohlhaas, Algona; the John Hilberts, Frank Hilberts and Ted Hilberts, St. Joe. Following the dinner, they played cards at Frank Hilbert's. The Lou Lickteigs recently spent a week visiting relatives in Kansas City and Paola, Kan., and in Clyde and Greeley, Kan. The Lou Lickteigs visited their two daughters; the Ed Kenyons, Whittemore, and Mrs. Teresa Berger, Algona, December 8. Mr. and Mrs. Cruise will have their 500 club members Saturday evening. The Ralph Schipulls had a group ; of neighbors Sunday evening for the 40th wedding anniversary of the Lawrence Baylor's. At 500 at four tables high scorers were Mrs. Lou Cink and Lawrence Bay- . lor, low by .Mrs. Tom Lickteig and Henry Weiland. Mr. Baylor also won the travel prize. A purse of money was presented to the honorees. The Rebekah's will hold a regular meeting Friday evening in the library education room. A pot luck supper will be served at 6:30. The Richard Smiths visited the Glen Fullers in Humboldt Sunday. They visited their daughter, Leonard Studers, Iowa Falls, Dec. 3. The Stud- ers are building a new house. The Richards and baby • Richard Luis, Britt, were Sunday callers at the parental Lou Simpson's. The Dean Rickes had their 500 club December 3. The Art Chizeks, Garner, and the Dean Rickes, won high score prizes. The Paul Youngs, Garner, will have the club New Year's eve. Vine and Joe Eisenbacher left (Monday for Bartlesville, Okla., where they will spend a week with the former's two 'daughters, the Al Boransons and the Terry Strouths. Mrs. Helen Johnson was. given a birthday party? day evening at her daughter, the Martin Hamiltons, Guests were the Joe Goetzes, Lee 'Goetzes, Ed Johnsons, Mrs. Lizzie Goetz, Mrs. Gladine HUMMANE OF UIMNS wmi ! WHAT LEWIS urn visitor* with the former's Brents, the Cecil Baldwins. Joining them weft* tfc ttathes, Armstrong. Mtt Henry Wilberg, tin. Milton Madison, Mrs. Opal Kubrick and Mrs John Ny- mm attended the Christmas party of the Kossuth firm Bureau Women's Chorus Monday evening at Martin Meehl- haus's, Algona. The ited Johannesens had a pre<Christmas dinner and guests included sisters of Mrs. Johannesen and the families, the Melvin Norlands and the Elmer Randas. The Nor- lands wilt leave soon for California for the winter at their daughter, Mary Lou Smith. The Martin Liums had their son, Eric Michael, baptized at the Biakjer Lutheran church Sunday morning. The Rev. Harold Anderson officiated. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Armand Ulstad. Eric was born at the Estherville hospital Nov. 11. He has ANNNM THUfclDAY, DtC 14,1H7 ill older brother intl two listen. The Cecil Baileys spent sev< eral days last week at Ottawa, 111. Seneca friends of the Met* vin finglebarts have learned that Engelbart'ft son Darwin, received the same orders, so they are stilt together. They are in the 4.2 Motor Platoon. Seneca Luther League and guests had a bowling party Sunday at the Leisure Lanes at Bancroft. Following bowling the group met at the church for a pot luck supper. They then trimmed the Christmas tree for the Sunday school Christmas program Dec. 17 at 7:30. PROMPT AND CORRECT WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCE! '*•*' mrfrtt'A CANCELLATION I HAVE A PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE FOR A XMAS ' PARTY ON THURSDAY DEC. 21st CHARLIE'S SUPPER Oil Algona, Iowa *..< . ki If i* •, ^ IT'S WILD AND WACKY JERRY—TWO TIMES! Jerry Lewis, the greatest laughmaster of them all is being featured in a special double bill presentation of two of his best features, "The Nutty Professor" and "The Patsy," which opens Sunday at the Algona theatre. "The Nutty Professor" is a wild and hilarious variation of the Jekyll and Hyde formula, while "The Patsy? concerns a group of Hollywood types who try to make a star out of a bellboy when their latest client has suddenly died. Naturally everything is wild and crazy—and typically Lewis laughable. Both pictures are in color for Paramount re-release. -' MOVIE CLOCK ALGONA THEATRE —Wednesday thru Saturday Complete program begins: 7:00 -9:00. "Clambake" 7:15 9:20 —Saturday morning and Matin** only Merchants Christmas Party Complete program begins 10:00, 12:00, 2:00, 4:00. "Tammy and the Millionaire" 10:35, 12.35, 2:30, 4:25. —Sunday Complete program begins: 1:30, 5:00, 7:00. "The Patsy" 1:30, 5, 8:45. "The Nutty Professor" 3:15, 7:00. —Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. One complete showing starting at 7 p.m. .r'The Nutty Professor' •. ^TiOO, 'The Patsy', 9:00. ental Clarence Nelson's Sue had a birthday Friday. Sue and her sister, a student at a junior at Garrigan. Farmers Co-op Creamery employees and wives held an annual Christmas party in Al's Lounge Saturday eve•• ning. "., Ray Hansen is convalescing in the Theron Hansen home, from major surgery at Rochester. His callers over the weekend included his niece, the Lawrence Pinneke's, Forest City; his brother, Howard Hansen, Forest City; the Ray Madisons, Des Moines; Mrs. John Klein and Mrs. Edna Klein, Keota; Valjean Hansen and children, Cedar Falls. , , —_ - . caitu H^A »»0bv;A.. H oiuuciiv at } Miller, and the George Goet- i owa C ity, will come home zes. At 500 Helen Johnson and Joe Goetz won prizes. Lunch was served and gifts presented for her 70th birth- .day. /••'-.:-'•' "• • :' , :VK-.. : -•;• Sue Nelson and her roommate Jan Knight, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at the par- Friday for a holiday vacation. Kathy Strauth, who makes her home with her uncle and • aunt, the Clarence Nelsons, will spend her holiday vacation with her mother, Mrs.] Thekla Strauth, and children at Wilmont, Minn. Kathy is THROUGH SATURDAY DEC. 13-14-15-U THROWS THE WILDEST BEACH PARTY SINCE THEY INVENTED THE BIKINI AND THE BEAT!!! SUNDAY. THROWN WEDNESDAY DEC. 17 19 - 20 asTHE. MflSV (»J«ry Lewis Pfodocto) CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 1 p.m. ON SUNDAY On* complttt *howin« »t«rting at 7 p.m. on Mond« y/ ADMISSION -AfcNt $1.26 SHELLEY FAB ARES Product Hi ARIHUR BROWW.JR • ARIHURHHADEL • JULES IW-A8IHUR CARWtER- ARNOLD UVEN i warn' i woof Ip wwlHiWwlw VwwWPW^ WliifPWI| llf f •- w^i^^WB wW'PPwP^p AOMBSION-AMIi $U5 I DEO, 2«b "MINT BLANK * HFTWT v m£^f99mww ii Farewell party is given for Seneca pair S*n«ci — The Curtis Olsens were given a farewell coffee Sunday morning following the morning worship services at the Biakjer Lutheran church. The Rev. Harold Anderson spoke briefly after which Carville Jensen played several selections on the saw with Mrs. John Johannesen accompanied. Henry Looft, president of the congregation, presented a gift of money as a remembrance from the group. Refreshments were served by the women of the church. The Olsens, who have lived and farmed in the Seneca community for many years, have retired and will move to Ringsted where they have purchased a home. MODERN MIXERS MEET Mrs. Clifford Gangestad had the Seneca Modern Mixers Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ted Jensen was the birthday member. The hostess had charge of the entertainment after which they divided into groups, planned February club parties when the husbands are guests. The January party will be held at the Fred Johannesens, The group exchanged CFhristmas gifts, STARS HAVE'PARTY The Seneca Stars held their Christmas party Saturday at Penise Votteler's, Fifteen members helped make plans for campaigning at 44t Rally night for their nominee for county office, Unda Kracht. Recreation and games were by Cathy Bergum, Ann and Rosemary Fortney, also Susan Fortney and Penise Votteler. Gifts were exchanged. Carrie Bergum, reporter. GOING TO VIETNAM The Charles Beavers received word from their son Kenneth that he bad received orders to serve in Viet Nam. 'His address is: ffK3 Kenneth W, Beaver, US 54* 2«071. Co. E4thBn. 3rd Inf. Bde., AJ»Q San Francisco 98557. The Jolly Jokers had their 'Christmas dinner last Thursday at the Home Cafe at Rpgsted. Mrs. Lyle England and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin attended the Past Matron Christinas party at Armstrong Monday evening. The Donald Baldwins, Des Moines, were recent weekend KELEHER & McADAMS CLOTHING. INC. NOTICI 09 INCOftFOIUTrON Purtuant to the provisions of the Iowa Builnesi Corporation Act, tht un> derilgned don hereby publish the following Notice of Incorporation thereof: 1. The name of the corporation I* KELEHER & McADAMS CLOTHING, INC. which ii Incorporated under Chapter 496A of the 1964 Code of Iowa. 2. The beginning of the corporate existence of the corporation Ii December 1, 1967, and the period of Iti duration it perpetual. 3. The purpose for which the corporation It organized at tfoted In Hi Articles of Incorporation It as follows: "The corporation tholl hove unlimited power to engage in and do any lawful act coo, cern<ng any and all lawful business for which a corporation may be organized under the Iowa Buiinest Corporation 4. The aggregate number of shores which the corporation shall hove authority to issue is 750 shores, each of a par value of 1100.00. 5. The address of the registered office of the corporation Is 109 East State Street, Algona, Iowa, and the name, of its registered agent at such address it George 1. Keleher. 6. The names and addresses of the directors of the corporation as designated in its Articles of Incorporation or*: Donald L. McAdami, Esthtrville, Iowa George J. Keleher, Algona, Iowa KELEHER & McADAMS CLOTHING, INC. By: /S/ Donald L. McAdams Donald L. McAdami President and Treasurer Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, December 7, 14, 2), 28, 1967. ••••^•^ele^BIHBl^aValHe^aVB^MllB^l^aMeBeMM Christmas Merchant's Party] SATURDAY, DEC. 16th MORNING AND MATINEE ONLY FREE-Pick ap tickets from merchants displaying window cards 4 Complete Shows starting at 10 a.m A-l FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Tammy's TakirT on High Society! i and the > TV REMEMBER YOU MUST HAVE A ADMITTED. SHOWS AT 10-12-2-4 ONLY NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD DURING THE MORN. ING AND MATINEE SHOWINGS AI eon a Theatre BRIGHTENS THEIR CHRISTM AS-MADE FOR FUN AND WEAR AND EASY-CARE FOR MOTHER! the Middy Shirt A mighty nautical little middy with long sleeves and white braid trim. Darling with skirts or slacks. A see-worthy gift in navy... sizes 2 to 6x. the Turtleneck Shirt A fine long sleeve knit that never fades! They're cut for comfort and cute as can be with skirts, jumpers or pants. For 3 to 6x boys or girls. 2 A Wonderland of Chrisuuas Gifts For Boys and Girls CMWNICK STUIPf RS • • • long sleeve cotton knits with Gripper snap shoulcjers to ajip on and off without i ftruigle. White witte blue, red, nivy or brown stripe* A real littt« roughneck In sizes •QYS 4 §OX« HACK* tailored of sturdy cotton cfajno thai washes like t dream. Buy hj« favorite colon . . . blue, red, navy or tayp* to mi* or m«tch with • Bust«r Brown shift. Long sleeve, Placket-Front Polo Shirt in Si**« 3 to 4 Tht MiCTilfiifti Ce*t UM «t S A L q^llppijpB^pEM^p^BBB^SHBffBMHBIHBMiiB'BB^' y **!iyy^p w *' ^^yy^fflffPF^BBIHBBBjBlfftBB

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