Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1967
Page 12
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Bold "d 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. Per- feet styling that looks its best on your foot. Stop in and try on a pair. AUCONA.IOWA Hurt youth has regular radio show _ Bort — Mark Reynolds, son » of Carol Reynolds, Hot Springs, Ark., a senior in Lakeside high school has been appointed to the'Youth Council. This is a non-partisan group in advisory capacity to Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller to keep youth informed on state government. Mark • is commentator on "Inside Lakeside" on tadio KZNG at Hot Springs for 15 minutes Monday night. He interviews teachers and students on points of interest. MIXERS HAVE PARTY The Merry Mixers Club had their Christmas party Sunday at the 'Methodist church with a 7 o'clock planned dinner with Christmas decorations and a tree. Present were the Rev. and 'Mrs. M. C. Davies, the Delbert Schallers, Darrell McFarlands, Darrell Davises, Johnny Spears, Jerry Weiners, Charles Sprys, Carl Simmons, Lee Dixons, Ginger Hoppus and Charles Habeger. The program was a Christmas story by Rev. Davies, singing of Christmas carols and a 50c gift exchange. Jerr ry Weiner is chairman and Florence Spear is secretary , of the club. They plan to have ; a soup supper in January, the tentative date Jan. 31. SCOUTS TO CAROL 1 A neighborhood Girl Scout committee meeting was held I' Friday 'at the home of Mrs. J George Becker. Those pres- | ent were Mrs. Marj Fuller, B .Mason City, Darlene Herrick, S Avis Christensen, Lavina » Devine, Barbara Pannkuk 8 and Burnadine Opheim. Plans g were made for the three M troops to go caroling after g school Dec. 19 to the homes a of shut-ins and to the three 8 Rest Homes. Plans were made also to have the Burn : Honored & Slips, gowns, petticoats and pajamas—all of the feminine lingerie she fancies await your gift shopping here. From lavish lace trims to lithe tailored styles, our collection has every favorite design in a complete size and color selection. ALL PURCHASES GIFT WRAPPED FREE SHEAKLEYS AIGONA CHERYL WEISBROD Cheryl Weisbrod, office education student from Fenton, was chosen November. girl-of- the-month from the Estherville Junior College office education class. She was presented gifts, courtesy of Estherville Drug Company and P & G Cleaners, by the class president, Karen Leitch. Georgia Voigt is coordinator of the class. ing of the Greens sometime in January, date will be announced later. Lunch was served by the hostess. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church had a Christmas party at their regular meeting Tuesday. The program topic, "The Story of Mary" was by Rev. Bishop, a poem, Time and Christmas was by Eunice Meyer, and a film, Bell of Christmas was shown. Ella Meyer won the prize in the Christmas quiz. There was a gift exchange. The Sunday school Christmas program at St. John's Lutheran church will be given at 6 p.m. Christmas eve. The Sunday school Christmas program will be presented at Burt Methodist church Dec. 20. Dec. 8 the Odey Cherlands, Carl Reynolds and E. C. Schwieterts were guests at theo Emil Elmer's home in Fairmont for their 45th wedding. The Herman Bussies, Fairmont, were also guests. The Christmas program at Burt school gym will be given this Thursday. Christmas' vacation is from Dec. 22 to Jan'. 2. The Fidelis Christmas meeting will be Dec. 20 at Lefie McMullen's with Minerva Curtis assisting hostess. Roll call is an original poem. The program is by Jenny Riebhoff. There will be a 29c gift exchange and 25c to the treasury. 'Fortnightly club will have its Christmas party Friday with a 1 o'clock luncheon at Ethel Dremmel's with Genevieve Graham assistant hostess. The Felco Christmas party will be held Thursday at the Fellowship hall in Catholic church at Whittemore. •Past Matrons club Christmas meeting will be held this Thursday at the home of Lillian Fredrickson with Ethel Dremmel assistant hostess. Gift exchange is a 50c handmade gift. Will Schultz, Cedar Rapids, visited several days last week at his niece, Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel's. Birthday Circle will meet this Thursday at Mrs. C. M. Gross's. The Bill Madsens, George, have an 8 Ib. daughter born Saturday, Dec. 9 at a Rock Rapids hospital. They now have 7 daughters and 2 sons. Their oldest son Robert attends Junior college at Estherville. Mrs. Walter Campney entered Buffalo Center hospital Dec. 8 with pneumonia but is much better and may be home soon. Neighbors and friends helped Burnadine Opheim the first of the week after a fire in the basement early Sunday when the oil burner burned out. Guests Sunday at Lorene Roark's were Mrs. Esther Cook and Mrs. Corine Brunner and daughter Renee, Mason City, and Helen Schwietert, Burt. A short Girl Scout committee meeting will be held at Darlene Herrick's at 2 p.m. this Thursday to plan the Christmas party after caroling Dec. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds attended a reception Dec. 10 at W. W. Struecker's, Algona with open house for L/Cpl and Mrs. Marlyn K. Strueck- er. L/Cpl. Marlyn Struecker, Cherry Point, N. C., and Shirley Ann Muench, North Miami, Fla., were married Dec. 1 in Miami. (Christmas DRESS SHIRTS Giftworthy styles in solids, stripes, whites. 14V 2 to 17. by Van Heusen ( I < < < Giftworthy New SPORT JACKETS Our sport jackets, single breasted in bold new colors, have the casual look that clicks with young men! "Gifting for men is fun at the Hub" "Gifting for men is fun at the Hub" His Christmas takes a colorful turn, with new sport shirts in our array of colors, patterns, collars. Choose! by McGregor GIFTED NEW TIES Silks, wools and blends, newest by Wembley patterns, colors. "Gifting for men is fm at Ida Hub" May we suggest , Smart Slocks FOR YOUNG MEN Our colorful new style slacks for young men are trim, tapered and terrific for gifting! 10 by Masterbilt A "HUB" Gift Certificate LEUTHQLD LIAMS r.: ' , . ALOONA.IQWA u .,.1,

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