Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1967
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Mr. and Mr*. Ray Punk wilt have as holiday guests their son-in-law and daughter Lois, Mr. and Mrs. William Itask- ett of DCS Moines, their son Leonard and wife Pat of La Crosse, the daughter who attends the university at Ames is already here for her holiday vacation. The Leonard Punks will also spend some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Navoichick. Mr. end Mrs. Everett Anderson will have as house guests from December 26 till after New Years Cheryl Thompson of Amity, Mo. She is the fiancee of the Anderson's son Tom. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jergenson will have as holiday guests the latter's father and wife, Mr. and. Mrs. Armond Tabb of Minneapolis, Minn., and her brother 'and sister-in- law, 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Tabb of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ha|l, Kathy, Kristy and Judy are leaving Thursday via plane for Phoenix, Ariz., to spend the holidays with their son- in-law and daughter Bill and Jean 'Manly. Mr.-and Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause had as overnight guests Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Don Frick and family of Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cink are going to Minneapolis, Minn. Tuesday to meet their daughter Betty who is flying in from Oxnard, Calif, where she is employed in Civil Service. She will be here till December 29. Other guests at Christmas dinner will be the son and daugh!er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cink and family of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Nelson, son- in-law and daughter. = Mr. and Mrs. Walter Me- Bride will have as holiday guests their sons Dale and Don, students at the Abilene, Texas Christian college and their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Me- Bride and three year old daughter Julie of San Benito, Texas. Dale and Don will be here till January 3. Carl and family will have a week here. Mrs. Sally Roberts of Central ia, Mo., mother of Mrs. Walter McBride is in ppor health and Mrs. McBride is leaving December 29 to visit her. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason will have as Christmas guests their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. James Pot- MERRY CHRISTMAS May your holiday be as bright and cheery as your Christmas tree. LONG'S DAIRY Sleighloads of thanks to you loyal patrons. We hope Santa fulfills your wishes. CHROME CAFE we celebrate His Birth, we wish for you the blessings of friendship, love and understanding . . . the true spirit of Christmas. ALGONA BARBER SHOP tef and three children of Nevada and Mr. and Mrs. Efvin Ogland and two children of tndianola. Mr. and Mrs. Pot* ter and children will also spend some time with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter. Mrs. Potter will remain at the Easons for a few days after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Chiqyftt will have as guests at Christmas the former's sister-in- law, Mrs. James Ottosen of Chicago, 111. She will be joined here later by Mr. Ottosen. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. (Roy) Smith will be their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mains of Sexton and their son Joe and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer have as guests till after New Years their son-in-law and daughter Mary, Mr. and Mrs. James Fritz, Jim and Scott of San Jose, Calif. Mr. Fritz is a highway patrolman. Mr. and Mrs. James Andreason, Jon, Amy and Steve are going to Sheldon to spend Christmas day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Kimmell. Mr. and Mrs. Wobb Fowler will have as guests during the holidays the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Levins and son Barry of Cass Lake. Harry is a sophomore at the Bemidji State college. They were joined for Christmas by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. (Pat) Jen- ' sen. Mrs. Jensen is a sister of Mrs. Fowler and Mrs. Levin. Max King is taking his mother, Mrs. David King to Waverly December 21 and she'will be met there by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and 'Mrs. Victor Folkers who will take her to visit their home at Marion for a visit of three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pingel plan to spend the Christmas weekend at Des Moines with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reinders, former Algonans. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lallier entertained at dinner Sunday, December 17 and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. William Besch of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Besch and LuAnn of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Besch, Nancy, Susie and Kathie of Kasson, Minn., Dora Besch, Father Cletus Besch of Fort Dodge and 'William Besch of Fort Dodge. It was a birthday observance for Betty and Dannie Ulfers. . Mr. and Mrs. ,R. W. Wetzel will have Christmas dinner on Sunday. Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cavanaugh and family, Waterloo, the Earl Jordans, Algona, Joe Rollings and Brian, Bancroft, Bill Wetzel and Mrs. Clara Pompe. Mrs. Cavanaugh is a daughter of Mrs. Pompe and sister of Mrs. Wetzel. Special education class at Third Ward school entertained their parents and friends at an open house Wednesday in Mrs. Riedinger's room. Refreshments made by the students were served. The Christmas program was held in Mrs. Busch's room. Don Riedinger, son of the Lyle Riedingers, will spend the Christmas holidays with his parents. He arrives from Cedar Falls Friday. Mrs. Lyle Riedinger entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. They went out for dinner then returned to her home for cards and a gift exchange. CHRISTMAS VACATION Lakota: Classes will dismiss at the Lakota Consolidated School for Christmas vacation at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 22, and will resume on Wednesday, morning, January 3. 19(18. December 27th and 29th Woden-Crystal Lake Christmas Basketball Tourney. JttAt (!* UIUOAV, !**«> Atffiftci Graduates BILL WETZEL "Bill" Wetzel, son of the R. W. Wetzels, Algona, graduated December 15 from Mankato* State College. He has accepted the position of pro-. gram director with the YMCA's in Detroit, Mich., arid will start Jan. 3. His parents and grandmother, Mrs. Clara Pompe, attended the graduation exercises. VS///////////////////////////////// Everett Coyle, ex-Ottosen, dies at 46 Ottosen — Everett Eugene Coyle, 46, Winston Salem, N. C., died December 15 at his home of a heart condition. He was born October 19, 1921 to Mike and Julia Nash Coyle at Norway. In 1924 the family moved to a farm near Livermore and in 1930 they moved to a farm east of Ottosen. He graduated from the Ottosen high school in 1939. He served in the air force three years in the China, Burma, India theater. He was married to Mary Webster April 21, 1946, at Little Rock, S. C. Survivors are his wife and two daughters, Myra and Julie, his parents, the Mike 1 Coyles, two sisters, Mrs. Donald Brandhoij, (Gertie), Bradgate, and Mrs. Marvin Wier (iBernice), Aitkin, Minn., and a brother Bernard, LuVerne. Funeral services were held 'Monday at Winston Salem, N. C. Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Wier, Mrs. Brandhoij and Paul Wier drove to Winston Salem for the services. Bill Bennetts, Eugene Struthers. Ralph Jacobaona, CM- vin Hftligs and F¥cd Kampens had a Christmas dinner at the Holiday Inn at Fort Dodge. _/K CAHOLINO FAHTY The Luther League had a caroling party Thursday night. They sang for Mrs. Annie Leist after which they went to the tvan Evenson home for punch, The next stop was at Leo Tofteberg's where they hud the main part of their meal, hamburgers and beans. They went to Oliver Christiansen's and to Mrs. Harvey Thorsen's where they sang carols, after which they went to the Louis Jacobson's for dessert and a gift exchange. Rev. Robert J. Le- Mont and the Leo Toftebergs accompanied them and Mrs. LeMont and Mark joined the group at the Jacobson home. The Toftebergs' are League sponsors. The family of Mrs. Essie Cooper had a Christmas dinner Sunday at her home. Guests were the Ralph Coopers, Cameron, Mo., Clyde Coopers, Stewartsville, Mo., were also Saturday and Sunday overnight guests. Other dinner guests were the Mike Houses and Gary Coopers, Fort Dodge, Hollis Coopers and Pam and the Parrel Coopers and Brenda, Humboldt, and the Donald Coopers. Mrs. Clara Spurlock a c c o m- panied the Ralph Coopers here and spent the weekend with her brother, Earl Long. Mike Hall, two year old grandson of the Clyde Coopers, also accompanied them. The Roy Enocksons attended a birthday party for their grandson, Jim Anderson, 5, Wednesday night. He is the son of the Merlin Andersons of Humboldt. The Earl Balgemans, Fremont, Calif., came Wednesday to visit during the holidays with his parents, the George Balgemans and Janet, Emmetsburg, and with the Victor Meyers. Sunday they were all guests at Victor Meyer's., The Percy Watnems have been busy attending Christmas programs in which their grandchildren are taking part. Sunday afternoon they attended the Congregational church program at Belmond. The Paul Watnems, Paula ., and Philip took part. They ?were supper guests of Mrs. Jen Classick, Belmond. Sunday night the Percy Watnems attended the program at the Trinity Lutheran church at Rutland, shelly Watnem had a part there. Wednesday night they attended the school program at Bode in which Jennifer and Jeffrey Watnem took part. The Darrel Jones family had her family at an oyster stew Saturday night. They were the Donald Rutzes and Jeff, Livermore, Fred Benjamins, Roger Benjamins, Stanley Benjamins and Richard 'Benjamins, Bradgate. Scott and Danny Bennett, sons of the Tom Bennets had tonsilectomies at Iowa City Monday. They returned home Wednesday. • St. Joe Mr». Sylvetter Wafner The Cecil Kellners returned Sunday from a 12 day trip through the Ozarks, southern States and Mexico. The Pete Werlings were guests of the Village 500 club at their annual Christmas party at the Imperial Cafe in Bode with a 6:30 p.m.. dinner Saturday. The evening was spent playing cards with Mrs. John Thul, Mrs. William B, DeVine, Peter Bormann and Pete Wetting receiving prizes. Mrs. John Thul has the ctub in January. Mrs. Tony Becker, surgical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, is expected to come home the first of the week,. Catholic Daughters of America proceeded by a potluck 8:30 dinner with Rev. L. C. Schumacher, Sisters of St. Francis, and lay teachers as guests. The Christmas party and gift exchange followed with Santa Glaus. A decorated Christmas tree featured other Yiiletide decorations. Following the visit from Santa, Court Whist was played with 'Mrs. Bob Bormann and Sister Rosemary Vaske receiving prizes. Mrs. Herb Kayser received the door prize. The Farmerette club held a Christmas party Monday evening at the Imperial Cafe in Bode with the Ralph Kohl- haases as guests with club members and husbands. Following dinner 500 was played with the Martin Friderses re- ceiving the prize for the high couple score. Other prize winners were Mrs. Ray Thii* ges, Mrs. Delfner Flattie, Marvin Reding and Ray Thilges. A Christmas gift ex* change was held, Mrs. Ray Thilges has the club in January.' . .'•;.,'.'• •-, The Frank Hermanns, D*v< enport, spent several days here this Week,at their daughter, the Maurice Reding*, and with 'other relatives and friends. (Larry Smith, 1 son of the Clarence Smiths* arrived home Wednesday from Lackland Air Base, San Antonio, Texas, for a visit with home folks following basic training. Join me for Sunday Crunch w'n!^^&^ State Farm brings you NFL football on CBS-TV! (And a better deal on car insurance, too. See me.) fl/e're speeding | you Christmas Greetings and hope that they find you gathered together with your loved ones enjoying the peace and happiness of this most beautiful of seasons. SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE JIM ST. JOHN 112 N. Tkorington St. Phone: 395-*5556 INtVMNCI carolers sing their Happy Christmas songs, we . add our voices to wish you good cheer. PLUMBING ft 'GREETINGS 'Tis the stason thank you for your, patronage and extend best wishes for an old- fashioned holiday. COLONIAL MOTEL KELEHER McADAMS CLOTHING ELEVATOR PARTIES Thursday night elevator employees in the area had a Christmas dinner given by the Felco Company at Whittemore. Attending from here were the Gerald Hoffmans, Roy Enocksons, Leon Terwil- lingers, Raymond Borkow- skis, James Fowlers, Edwin Speichs, Leon Ludwig, Eddie Kropf and Doris Fehr. Saturday night the same employees of the Ottosen Cooperative elevator, plus the board members, the Victor Banwarts, Harley Bruellmans, This is the season when all good dreams may come true! We hope Santa remembers you and yours with everything you've been wishing for! And we send along our thanks for your friendship! svy f-4751 STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Hume Otlicc: Bloominglun, Illinui* NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO, ;$ "- ~i I m

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