Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1967
Page 15
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Our warmest thonkt to you, with the with that this merry season will bring with it a sleigh-full of joys and bright Christmas Cheer. EAST END GROCERY Rev. Kuypers, ex-lrviigtoR, tell of year Irvington *- The annual Christmas letter from the Rev, and Mrs. Gilbert Kuyper, St. James, Minn., has ar- rived, The son -John and his wife, Downers Grove, 111. have a son, Lance Gilbert, born Oct. 10, 9 Ibs. 6 ozs. John is a systems man for R.C.A. computers. The daughter Helen and her husband Gary have a daughter Tricia, a year old in October. Helen and Gary are in school in River Falls. The daughter Rena was one of two girls to have the honor of being the first merit scholarship semi-finalists in St. James. The scholarship will not be presented until further tests next spring. The letter also reported the sudden death of Rev. Kuyper's father Dec. 10. The Don Froehlichs, Sioux City, came Sunday for Don's mother, Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich's for the Christmas holiday and for a few days visit, returning to Sioux City the latter part of the week. ' ACTIVE IN CITY 'Mrs. Frank Deccna, Sioux City, the former Beverly Robison of this area, is representing the Irving School P.T.A. with Thomas Hendricks, St. Joseph's Catholic church; and Jayne Yates, director of the Mary J. Treglia Community House, Sioux City. They ask the city to provide a park in their area. The request is for a square block of park bounded by Jackson, 14th and 6th 'Streets and Floyd Boulevard. A recent issue of a Sioux City paper, reports the nearest park for children in that area at present is two miles away and requires transportation. The Community House and . the Irving school have playgrounds, bu{ they are either asphalt or gravel. The group making the petition reports that a large number of children live in the area and are forced to ^play in the streets. They believe the situation contributes to a current vandalism problem. The council has in-• v^dicated^ihteres^?. Mrs. Decena^ is a niece of Mrs. Hazel Sabin and is a graduate of the Algofia high school. Candlelight services at the Irvington church Sunday evening were welt attended. The choir sang two special numbers and Judy Coleman and Phyllis Strutners sang a duet. KeitH Strayer preach' ed the sermon. Dean Culbertson and Durwood Walker were the ushers. The Bernard Capesiuses left Thursday by car for Irving, Texas, for the Christmas holidays visiting their daughter Maxine McCaffery. Another daughter of the Capesius- es, the John Grehans, San Francisco, Calif., will also spend the Christmas holidays at Mrs. McCaffcry's in- Irving, Texas. The Capesiuses expect to be gone about a week. Pre-Christmas dinner guests at Bernard Capesius's Sunday were their daughter, the Charles Colwells, St. Benedict, and Charles's mother, Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington. The Clarence Siemers were dinner guests Sunday of Minnie and Nelle Friml and Lucy Erabec. Minnie, Nelle and are blood was made. Mrs. Gray is formerly of Irvingtonj a * sister of Simeon Leigh, irv« ingion. ' . Pvt. Ronald Becker arrived here from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Saturday, and will be on leave with his parents, the Herman Beckers, until January 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Seller and Duane and David, and Lee Froehlich arrived home after two weeks in New York City, where they visited Mrs. Seller's son Paul Seller, who plays with the New York Jets. The Sellers and Lee Froehlich attended two games while there. Tony Elbert attended the annual Felco Christmas, dinner Thursday at Whittemore. Mrs. Elbert was unable to attend as she was down with the flu. »»•»•»••«•••»••»•••••»• Lone Rock »»»+•«»•••••••••••••••« The E. A. Lees and Ray Ncswolds, Britt, attended the Festival of Christmas at Bethel College in St. Paul Sunday. Michael Lee, son of St, Paul's Luttttrart Ke*. C. Kau»»«h, tfce. M 7:30 p.m. — Walther ue Christmas Committee and Board of Education at church. Saturday, Dtc. 23 9:00 to 10:30 1m. — Christmas Practice at church. Sunday, Dee. 24 9:00 a.m. — Sunday School and Bible Classes. 10:00 a.m. — Church Service. 7:30 p.m. — Children's Christmas Eve Services. Monday, Dtc, 25 10:00 a.m. — Christmas Festival Services. futtday, Dec. U 7:00 p.m. -• Wt'ddiHM He- hcarsali Jftdftifcliy, Dtc. V 4:00 p.m. — Schmclirtfe • Chapman wedding. Mttfioditt N»v. M. A. tll«»«Attjr*t tirttntore Thursday, Dte. 21 7:30 p.m. — Christmas program. Saturday, 0*c. 23 9:00 a.m. — Youth Membership Class. Sunday, Dtt, 24 9:30 a.m. — Worship Service. 10:30 a.m. — Sunday i '£ I THURSOA Y, btC. 1 School. * >?f Wtdfttftday, DYe. 2? 4:00 p.m. — Junior choir practice. The Oryille Thills were Sunday visitors at Gene Arndorfer's. The annual Fun and Do Club Christmas party was held at the Bode Imperial Cafe Dec. 11, with the husbands as guests. Other guests were the Dennis Lickteigs and Oscar Froehlichs. At 500 prizes went to Eulalia Altman, Dennis Lickteig, Camilla Bormann, Oscar Froehlich and Bob Mayer. Gifts were exchanged and secret sisters revealed. The calendar for next year was drawn with 'Mrs. Lickteig joining as a new member. The next meeting will be held January 26 at Bernice Mayer's. iRamona Mayer, Columbus, Ohio, came Friday to her father William Mayer's. Ramona plans to stay till after the New Year and will visit other relatives and friends in the area. Ramona Mayer is a sister of Mrs. Robert Eischen and Bob Mayer of this area. Visitors at Tony filbert's, Irvington, Dec. 11 were Mrs. filbert's sister, the Ray Goodmans, Algona. Mrs. Lititia Gray, Winnebago, Minn., writes a great grandson, Steven Lynn, born Nov. 30L,had R.H, :bload ,and remained in the hospital for 9 days while a change in the jamin Meyer family, former pastor of the Lone Rock Pres- at Roy Jensens program at the Presbyterian church were the Rodger Jen- Cathie, On that first Christmas, a special Star shone bright over the Mother and Child. Mciy the Christmas star of "peace, joy and happiness shine bright over you and yours for, Christmas ancl all through the -year. COAST-TO-COAST With fond hopes that all your holiday dreams conic true, w send you our I test wishes for a Merry Christmas. DUNN'S SURE SAVE locks, Alf Kruegers, Willis Cottons and E. H. Lees and Tena Jensen. Santa will be in Lone Rock, 1 o'clock Saturday, Dec. 23. The Legion will serve pancakes and sausage from 11 to 2 at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. Admission 75c adults, 50c children. Friday guests at Frank Flaig's were Mrs. Bertha Burt, Mrs. Clarence Enderson, Armstrong. Neva Thompson was host Monday afternoon for a Christmas birthday party for Mrs. Andrew Thompson. Other members of the birthday club are Mesdames Frank Flaig, Jack Quinn, Ruth Krueger, Maude Blanchard, Rose Kraft and Jim Long. 'Mrs. Darlene Bollinger and Mrs. Jean Marlow attended a x noon Christmas party , at the Johnson -House Dec. 18? * Guests Sunday evening following the Christmas program at the church at Sylvester Brace's were the Maurice Weisbrods, Albert Shases, Lawrence Raths, Clinton Raths, Bob Heifners, Jim • Longs, Dale Wegeners, Swea ••City, and Rodger Longs and Durwin, Algona. Church News UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Albert C. Bullock. LONE ROCK Friday, Dec. 22 7:00 p.m. — Caroling. Meet at the church. Saturday, Dec. 23 9:00 a.m. — Communicants Class. Sunday, Dec. 24 10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m. — Sunday Church School. Wednesday, Dec. 27 7:30 p.m. — Choir rehearsal. t't Christmas, and lime to greet good friend*.., time, too, to count our blessing*. One of the greatest of these is the friendship of those whom we ire privileged to serve, TO AM* OUR THANKS AND iEST WISHES a} Ken Wehr»p*n f Roman Ei$enbacher * Harvey Graham f Ken Batt * Ken Hplcomb f Pick Lavren? f Floyd Uvreni KEN'S AUTO SERVICE PlYMQUTH-YAMANT SAti§ ANQ «RVICE i CARPET DRY CLEANING READ S FURNITURE Call 522)6-Aloo«a the spirituol bl«$sing$ of the season be bestowed on you and yoM/s. 10?$ NO. MAIN NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE SIUOB'I Gieetinjt i Have a really festive : |ioliday, abundant '• V'*h lots of fun plus • everything Christmas has in store! ;•'.!>...• 'I ALOON* WELDING WORKS On this day of celebration we join in happy chorus to wish you and yours "Merry Christmas!" Our Restaurant Will Be Cloted Dec. 24 A 25th JOHNSON HOUSE IMMW A I til I mciiiiirc of joy is our Noel wish for you! O'BRIEN TRUCKING ItMMSXI Wishing you all the l and contentment of this holy tea ton. CONTRACTOR * *, H**^^****. •••'. *7he Christmas message 1 is a source of everlasting joy and hope. May it bring you deep fulfillment. ESSER DRY CLEANERS r * upon \\f \ 1.,-t iiMsip-rl; >li;irr 'MI BECKER SPORTIft GOODS < r < merriment thai rowes with trimming (be (fee, writing for S<w(<i, tifwitig his gifts; To yon — a holiday season bright with goad efoeer (tad wavm with §Q#d fellowship. to you, our sincere tind hearty l^wii for your FURNITURE and WATSON INTERIORS North $»rtf» M < « « » « * 4T

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