Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 5
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Ex-Livermofc man married in the havc .. of er and Marion Ellen - M irl Yokohama, . groom, who is a Postal Clerk 3rd Class in the U. S. Navy, and his bride nave been in Japan for nearly three years. , Mr Hpllinger, the son of * i°W p Berg of Da y ton and the late Ralph Hollinger, was born here and attended grade school before moving to Dayton with his parents He graduated from the Dayton Community school and joined the navy in 1961. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sims of Atsugi, Japan, where her father is an Aviation Fire Control Chief in the U. S. Navy The new Mrs. Hollinger is employed, by- Leer Siegler Corp. of Yokohama. AUXILIARY PARTY .The American Legion Auxiliary held their annual Christmas party 'at the Legion Hall Monday evening with a large crowd in attendance. The President, Mrs. John Hosford, conducted a short business meeting during which a vote of thanks was given to Mrs. Kenneth Underberg, Mrs. Hazel Sanders, Mrs. Jacob Michelson and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes for making new curtains for the Legion Hall. The material was bought by the Auxiliary. After the business meeting the following program was presented by the Junior Auxiliary with Denise k>gue as the announcer. "Stockings" by nine of the little girls, poems by Patrice Logue and Diane Bormann, "Winter Wonderland" sung by Beverly Zeimet, Mary Hosford and Susan Eisenbarth, accompanied on the piano by Mary Hosford, "Bells to Ring" by four little girls, poems by Sandy and Mary Kollasch, a medley of Christmas carols by the entire group accompanied by Mary Hosford and a poem, "The Night After Christmas" by Janice Thul. Christmas cards made by some of the Junior Auxiliary girls were shown and the audience asked to vote for the best one. The one designed by Diane Bormann received the most votes. An attache case was presented to Mrs. Hosford by Denise Logue in behalf of the Junior Auxiliary. There was a gift exchange. Lunch was served from tables decorated in the Christmas theme. CO-OP ENTERTAINS The Farmer's Co-op Elevator entertained their employees, wives and husbands at a The sounds and sights of this happy season fill the air with joy. Best wishes for a very Merry Christmas. THE FRIENDLY STORE LIVERMORE MERRY CHRISTMAS As. Christmas unfolds its magical charm and wondrous beauty, we ' extend to you our warmest greetings. LUVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR Smuon* May your holiday be brightened with the sounds of music and the laughter of all those you love. Have a Merry Christmas. Santa's gliding in with our warmest wishes for the very merriest of Christ mases'. Our heartfelt thanks to all our wonderful patrons. HINTS TANK '/Ve're hoping all good things will come your way for a happy holiday. Thank you for your loyal patronage. SHELLY SERVICE TANK WAfON 1 o'clock difinef ahd social hour in Port Dodge Thursday evetiiftg. Mr. and Mrs. Howe, ttiahagef of the eleva^ tor, presented each couple with a gift. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dick SchultS assistant manager, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCul* lough, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Brdmann, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kellner, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Gales, Mr. and Mrs. Don Zittrich, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kissinger and Mr. and Mrs, Al Foth, Mrs. Kissinger and Mrs. Foth are employed in the office. WSCS PARTY The WSCS held their Christmas party at the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Burrell Smith and Mrs. Milton Davis as hostesses. A skit, "The Spirit of Christmas" was presented by Mrs. Dean Zeman, Mrs. Earl Armstrong, Mrs. Herbert Raney, Mrs. Bob Nelson and Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg with Mrs. Ray Falb at the piano. Mrs. 'Hartley Mackintosh gave a reading. Lunch was served from a Tea Table with the President, Mrs. Gene Benjamin pouring. Decorations were carried out in the Christmas theme. There were several guests. GUILD POT LUCK Guild met in the Parish Hall of the Catholic Church Tuesday evening for their annual Christmas party. There was a 6:30 pot luck supper and gift exchange with Santa also appearing on the scene. Card Bingo was the evenings entertainment, which was in charge of Mrs. Clarence Eisenbarth chairman, Mrs. John Renquist co-chairman and their circles. About thirty members were present. MASONS ELECT The Masons held their regular December meeting in the Lodge rooms Monday evening. Election of officers was held with the following being elected: Worshipful Master, Maurice Olson; Senior Warden, Floyd Raney; Junior Warden, Ralph (Bill) Wilson; Secretary, Guy Raney; Treasurer, Dick Schultz. Appointive officers will be filled later. CHRISTMAS PARTY -Mrs. Clarence Carlson had the Christmas party for the Deal & Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. A one o'clock luncheon was served and; cards^Were played 1 during the afternoon. There was also a gift exchange and decorations were carried out in the Christmas theme and included a Christmas tree Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chiud- oin of Humboldt took Mrs. Chaudoin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burreir Smith to dinner at Fort Dodge Thursday evening in honor of their wedding anniversary and also entertained for them at their home afterwards; Mr. and Mrs. Chet Ogan and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson were other guests. Mrs. Hazel Sanders entertained the Delta Dek Bridge club at her home Friday af- noon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. C. M. Baker won high prize, Mrs. Anna Bormann, second high and Mrs. Jessamine Miller, the bingo prize. Mrs. Norman Scott, Florence Altman and Mrs. Baker were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz were dinner guests Sunday in the Gerald Ramus home at LuVerne. Mn. Dorothy Malkmus tn- tertamed the 500 club at her home Tuesday afternoon. At cards Mrs. Paul Jarvis won high prize,.Mrs. Mike Kisch 2nd high and Mrs. Harry Rutz low. Mrs. Lucille Gronbach was a guest. Mr. and Mr». Martin Miller have driven out to Phoenix Ariz, where they will spend the winter, They plan to return home the first of March. Mr», Ardit Hamm ha* flown out to Yakima, Washington, where she will spend the holidays in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Hamm and boys Mrs. Gus Boouli* has been a patient at the Mercy Hospital in fort Dodge, Christmas for kids season itself, is somethign special — most of the calls are placed during three short time periods. Result: some calls don't get through. Two of the calling peaks — between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day — occur because ca!< lers wait for night rates to be- gm. Northwestern Bell manager John Claude points out that this year the wilt ii uii« necessary. There's Iff 84-nMJf Christmas calling package of low night rates that begin! it t p.m. rridny «i|hi uriii until Tuesday morning. , ^ j ALGONA JayCees entertained 76 underprivi- ledged children at a Christmas party Sunday Dec 17 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the VFW hall. Games were playe? supervised by the Future Business Leaders of America club members of the Algona high school. Lunch of cake ice cream and pop was served and Santa Claus arrived with several gifts for each child. Bob Cramer of the JayCees was party chairman. 300,000 calls handled by Bell over Christmas The Christmas call has become more common than the Christmas goose as a way to get the family together. The odds are better than even that you will make or receive a long distance call this weekend. Last year, Northwestern Bell completed nearly 300,000 calls originated in Iowa on De- IM cember 24 and 25. This year the company expects more. But Christmas calling, like the Mewuj Ckmtnuti Everyone's filled with the worm holiday spirit. May this Christmas be the brightest. FUNK PUMBIlHi HEATING SEASONS GREETINGS wishes, Oleigh bells ring, voices sing out all / through the land in / friendly Christmas greetings? \ To these we add our own, extending to our faithful customers and friends the warmest holiday thejincerest "thank you" for your patronage. DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. ' n the spirit of this holy Christmas Day, we send greetings to all. REID'S LAUNDRY A DRY CLEANING VILLAGE Cfirtstnuts Joy Deck the halls and trim the tree. It's Christmastime. Best wishes for a happy, healthy holiday. WAGNER'S D-X REETIN02 Wishing you a holiday stason gleaming with goodness. LARRY'S RECREATION As we look back upon the scene of His Birth at this holy time, may the glorious message that blessed the world at the Nativity be rekindled in your heart to brighten your life with happiness and understanding Best wishes for a Christmas rich in the joys of the season. WILTGEN JEWELERS ALSQNA, IOWA

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