Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 10
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MERRY CHRISTMAS SHUIIIGTOII BARBER SHOP \J\jr heartfelt wish lor you: May a bright star blaze a dear path to wisdom, happiness and confenfmenf af this glad Cnr/sfmasf/del MITER DISTRIBUTING •JHIAME (W» -"• WWWW^^PWI LT. McGiNNlS HOME Lt. and Mrs. Denver E. Me- Ginnis with their sons Doug, Steve and Tom, will spend the holidays in Algona with his brother and family, the Rich' ard McGinnis's. Denver, who is making the navy his career, has just returned from overseas duty in the Mediterane- an area. His wife and sons have been living in California after returning a year ago from a tour of duty in Japan. The Lt. will now be stationed at the Kingsville Naval station in Texas, where his family will also move. The two McCinnis families will spend Christmas day at Wallingford with Mr. and Mrs. Veryl Baas. The Pete Jensens of Spencer, with their two boys, will also be guests. Mrs. Baas and Mrs. Jensen are the former Shirley and Merry Carol McGinnis, sisters of Denver and Dick. ST. ANN DINNER PARTY The St. Ann Hospital Medical and Dental Staff and their wives were dinner guests of the Sisters of St. Benedict Friday evening, Dec. 15. The dinner was held at Charlie's Supper Club. Msgr. P. P. Gearen and Father Bruch were special guests. The Lawrence Besch family of Whittemore provided entertainment and led the group in singing Christmas carols. Sister M. Dolores, hospital administrator, thanked the medical staff for their support and dedication to St. Ann hospital. Dr. Dean Koob, President of the Medical staff, expressed gratitude to the Sisters and the administration of the hospital. the blessings of Christmas inspire you with spiritual gladness year round and your days be tilled with true happiness! STORE PARTY The East End Grocery Christmas party was held Sunday evening Dec. 17, at Mrs. Sally Arrowood's. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vera of Buffalo Center, the Dean Bakers, Darreld Bunkofske, Edwin Schumacher and Cindy, James Heiderscheidts, Agnes Thilges, Keith Frideres, Mrs. Greg Arrowood and Davey, all of Algona; Ray New of Whittemore and Gregory Sprau of Meservey. There was a gift exchange and dinner was served. PRE-CHRISTMAS DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Burt, entertained at a pre-Christmas dinner and supper Sunday, Dec. 17, at the Legion hall in Burt. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Erpelding, of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, of Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frideres, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brcka, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tigges, Burt; Joann Erpelding, Des Moines; and Duane Frideres, Dubuque, and their respective families. FRITZ REUNION For the first time since 1958, the family of Mr. and Mrs. William Fritz of Wesley will be together for the Christmas holiday. Coming for the weekend are the Arnold Fritz, of Carlyle, 111.; the Jim Fritz, of San Jose, Calif.; the Robert Fritz, Albert Lea; the James Spauldings, Minneapolis; Linda Fritz, Minneapolis; the Donald Fritz, Britt; the Deij- nis Fritz and Richard Fritz, Wesley. There are 10 grand: children. PLEDGES SORORITY Brenda Sjogren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Sjogren, Algona, has been pledged to Delta Eta Chapter of Sigma Kappa at Central Missouri State College. Brenda is a graduate of Algona high school and is majoring in Home Economics and Textiles . Farm Bureau officers aHend convention, Dec. Marvin Leigh, Kossu.th Coun* ty Farm Bureau President and' Harold Bjustrom, County Farm Bureau Vice-President and their wives attended the AFBF Convention which -was held in Chicago on Dec 10-14. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh and Mr. and Mrs. Bjustrom attended the traditional Vesper Services on Sunday, 3:00 p.m., Dec. 10. Highlights of the convention besides the business sessions were the annual reports by Charles B. Shuman, National President, and Roger Fleming, a former lowan who serves as national secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Leigh is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsbecker of Bancroft/ Cooper named to committee Congressman Wiley Mayne has announced the appointment of an Advisory committee on selection o£- congressional nominees to the three service academies. Among the seven serving on the committee is Beanie Cooper, Garrigan high school football coach. The committee will conduct some two dozen interviews with Northwest Iowa applicants. Santa to visit Lone Rock Dec. 23 Lone Rock: Don't forget! Santa will be in Lone Rock, 1 o'clock Saturday, 'Dec. 23rd. The Legion Boys will serve Pancake and Sausages from 11 until 2 at the Lone Rook Legion Hall. Admission 75c adults, 50c children. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner A mid night mass and masses at 7 and 10 o'clock will be held in St. Joseph's church with Rev. L. C. Schumacher and Rev. James Smith celebrants. AT CONVENTION Fred E. Munyer, manager of Hawkeye Fertilizer Corp. ait Ledyard, attended a meeting a\ the Kirkwood Hotel in Des Moines on Thursday. yPUBUC IMS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF H. M. SMITH DtcMMd Probat* No. 92S5 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF Will, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF H. M. SMITH Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 19th day of December, 1967, the last will and testament af H. M. Smith deceased bearing date of the 29th day of December, 1967, was admitted to probate in the aboye named court and that Eva Smith was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, anjl creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clork of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated for allowance; and unless so filed within six months frarn the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 19th day of December, 1 967. Eva Smith Executor of Mid Estate Algona, Iowa MH7 Bancroft youth weds Carolyn Malek, daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malek, Garner, became the bride of Joseph P. McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGuire, Bancroft, Saturday, Nov. 25, at 10 o'clock at^St. Wences laus Catholic church in Duncan. The Rev. Clarence Frana officiated at the nuptial mass. Acolytes were Greb Hrubes and Ralph Hejlik. Music was by the church choir, with Kathy Brcka organist and Mrs. William Malek directing. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Catherine Malek was her sister's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Kristin McGuire, sister of the groom, Karen Harpen- eau and Nancy Thilges, friends. The flower girl was Ju : lie Schiltz, and ring-bearer was Charles Degen, niece and nephew of the bridegroom. John McGuire served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Eddie McGuire, brother of the groom, Tom Malek, the bride's brother and Bob Malek, cousin of the bride. The dinner at noon and the dance in the evening were held at the Duncan Communi- ty hall. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormick, aunt and uncle of the bride, were host and hostess. Roxanne and Tim McCormick were gift pages. Shirley Malek was the bride's personal attendant. Donna Malek had the guest book. High school classmates of the visit in Rome A former fit. Johns of croft parish priest and a iotal seminarian had been enjoying life and traveling in Rome, Italy recently according to a recent letter from the young seminarian, Eugene Ulses, son of 'Mr, and Mrs. Ervin Ulses of Burt. Jlather Patrick Waite, stationed 'with the Navy at Norfolk, Va. sailed two weeks ago on the USS Randolph, with his fleet, for a visit in Rome. The fleet will visit in the Naples area until January 1, with the exception of Father Watte, who will visit Europe longer and fly back to Virginia later. ' • Father and Gene received the Pope's blessing in St. Peter's Square, toured the city and enjoyed ' dinner together before Father boarded a train for Naples. Gene writes of the very interesting experience and learned that Father enjoys his work also. . - > • In June Father Maurice Krause, former. St. John's assistant and Father Harold Cooper spent three days in Rome staying at the North American College, where they enlisted Gene as. their guide on a city tour. Sunday, Nov. 19, Gene and bride, Jan Greiman and Nan- ''two other Iowa young men at- cy Huenemann, served punch. Sally Malek and Alma Brouwer cut and served the wedding cake. Dining room hostesses were Margaret Hrubes, Vivian Formanek, Rosemary Hrubes and Rita Brcka. 280 guests attended. - Stewart,, and Mary Martens opened and displayed the gifts. tended the ordination of an Ethiopean, who is sponsored by a great uncle of young Ulses, Prank Osterhaus of Farley, la., Mr. Osterhaus inquired at the seminary headquarters for permission for Gene to attend the ordination as his representative. Tihe seminary, located in ! > the Papal Gardens is quite difficult to obtain permission for entrance. The ceremonies were Ethio- pean with an Italian commen- The bride is a graduate of. tator. The group was invited to Garner-Hayf ield high school and St. Vincents' School of Nursing/Sioux City, and has been employed at Fairview Southdale Hospital in Minneapolis. Mr. McGuire is a graduate i of St. f John's,, Bancroft, and attended St. Benedict's a program in the recreation room following the ordination, where they enjoyed talks, songs and Ethiopean dances. The Officiating archbishop was a "very impressive looking man with a long grey beard", states Gene. •Gene .sent Mr. .Osterhaus the n«ii~;, A* ? U-— •~i/""~™,V" complete program, cards, etc. of College, Atchison,, Kans. He the ordination. Mr, Osterhaus LOCALS Local Jthovah's Witntssts attending a three-day meeting at Oelwein Dec. 22 24 include the Russell Werts family, Daniel Jorgenson family, Floyd Inman, Karen Huckaby, Eunice Walker,'Loretta Ruechel, Arlan Banwell, Richard Holz and Mrs. Paul Groenbach. Grant neighbors hold housewarm Grant: A group of neighbors gathered 'at the Sid Payne home Saturday evening for a housewarming panty of their new home. Those attending' were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klocke, Mr. and Mrs. Marcial Bartolo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pederson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Govern, Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy Richardson, Lynett; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Valvick, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Farrow and Edyvean Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klinksiek were Sunday afternoon vis- is now serving with the Air Force in Arizona and they will live in Glendale. v ' ' • • '' '" ' ' •' - t \\ .'•'-', itors at the Robert Briggs home. Bobby Briggs is a home patient ill with mono and expects to be home at least another week. Mrs. Otto Stenzil of Elmore was a visitor on Tuesday. Several from this area attended Guest Day on Friday at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City. Mrs. Eli Anderson was a Sunday afternoon guests at the W. L. Reynolds home. The Bakers' Dozen Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. W. L. Reynolds on Tuesday. The entire group was present to celebrate Lorraine Work's birthday. They also had their Christmas party and gift exchange, Mrs. Paul Edsenmanri had been a hospital patient at Buffalo Center since Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mino and family visited at the James Preston home on Friday eve- and his wife, both 79 are in excellent health, and have visited relatives^ in- Bancroft maiiy times. Mr. p&terhaus is a brother of the late Mrs. Johanna' Vaske. Gene and Jerry Till of Epworth, Iowa will be personal escorts for relatives of another Iowa young man, and only other from ithe Sioux City diocese, ait his ordination in December He is 'Paul Roder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Roder of Remsen, and a nephew of Mrs. Cyril Haag of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Roder and daughter, Sister M. Janice of Dubuque will travel to Rome at Christmas time for their son and brother's ordination. Sister Janice stayed at 'St. John's Convent in Bancroft for two weeks this past summer, while teaching Catechetical classes in Armstrong. The young seminarians will 'have jtwo weeks vacation during the Christmas holidays. Gene plans to spend his in Switzerland, where he enjoys the snow since Rome has no snow. WHERE TO GO? WHAT TO DO? Turn to tht ntw "ENTERTAINMENT PAGE" in today's NORTH IOWA PEACH . . . txclusivt in tht Kossuth County Advanct. Lattst listings on ntw movits, dining and dancing, shows and othtr tnttr- tainmtnt. < « L 4 <<«..« % Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attornoy(i) for told Executor Algona, Iowa Addrtis Date of second publication 28th day of December, 1967, Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, December 21 and 28, 1967. •v SEASONS GREETINGS GOOD SAMARITAN Tht rtfidtnts *nd administrator* at Good Samaritan wish to thank the various organizations and individuals for seasonal favors and visits throughout tht past year. Mr, ui Mrs. OWi Natky TABLE LAMP Clearance Was EARLY AMERICAN LAMP — Fluttd Edgt 40" TABLE LAMP — Ivory, Grttn and Ptrsimen 34" TABLi LAMP — Qranga, Blue, Brown NOW 8.95 9.99 6.95 . from $4,95 • SMOKING STANDS from $4.98 • BED PH4X)WS m to $2-49 Phont 5-34 H ff 71. Stitt Atgooa ^ SPITS Jn I LI J 1*11*1. ti WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S SALE NOW"IN PROGRESS WOMEN'S AIR-STEPS Women's Air Step Drtss Shots in Black, Grttn, Otttr and Brown Sutdts, Dross Pumps and Tits. Widths: AAAA to E. Lengths: 4 to 11. FORMERLY $14.99 to $16.99 '6,99-7.99- '8.99-'9.99 • __i___i^_y_ - - • ' •• '•.'•'' • • _. •_-• SMARTAIRE DRESS SHOES • • • V .- , •" ' ' ' ' " ' :. ( ALL HEEL HEIGHTS , Women's Dress Shot* in Black and Brown. Calf and Suadt. Pumps, Straps, Tits. All silts and widths AAAA to C. FORMERLY $9.99 to $12.99 $ 3.99-'6;99- $ 7 99- '8.99 WOMEN'S and GIRLS' Smartaire & Miss America Drtss Flats and School Styles by Smartairt aV Miss Amtrica for Women, Growing Girls and Children of all ages. Loafers, Oxfords and Straps. Widths: AAAA to E. Ltngths: 4 to 11. FORMERLY $7.99 — $8.99 — $10.99 $ 2.99r'3.99->5 99 • • . .-'.'•• - ' "; '*.-. CHILDREN'S BUSTER BROWN & For School and Drtss Wear: Oxfords, Tits, Pumps and Straps. Widths: AA to E. Ltngths 6Va to 8 — 8Vi to 12 — 12Va to 3. FORMERLY $6.99 — $8.99 — $10.99 *2.99-*3.99- $ 4.99>5.99 MEN'S A BOYS' ROBLEES & PEDWINS Man's and Boys' Drtss Oxfords. In All Stylts and Sim. Ltngths: 6Va to 13. Widths: A to EEEE. $9.98 — $12.98 — $18.98 and $21.98 Values $ 5.99-7.99. > 8.99. < 14.99 HOUSE SLIPPERS MEN'S — WOMEN'S — CHILDREN'S All Colors-r All Sim — All Styltt $ 1.99- $ 4.99 WOMEN * GROWING GIRLS' SNOW BOOTS AH Colors - All Sim - All Width* FORMERLY $9,99 to $15,99 '6.99-7.99- $ 9.99- $ 10.99 Ph»nt Iff M7I IOWA f V ' i" 4- ** i ->, --v •»••-•«'--*«•

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