Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1967 · Page 3
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I I 1 I I I $ I <..•? I * « II * Mr. and Mr*. Mario Wefc- . -sterire'going to Des Molne* f Sunday and will femain till Tuesday with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Webster, Mr». Harold Smith was *is» Ited Monday by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richter of Titonka and their daughter, Mrs. James Brauhn and son Marc Leon of Marion, Alabama. , Mrs, Harold Smith was supper guest Friday at the home of her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Albert Merger of Letts Creek. Mr. and Mrs; Jamos Bakar are going to Davenport to spend the Christmas Weekend with their daughter Sharry who is employed there and 'has only two days vacation. Mr. and Mrt. Rupport Young will be Christmas dinner guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Frletz at Estherville. Christmas eve they will be guests of Mrs. Young's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elbert at Whittemore. A family dinner U Doing held Christmas day at Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Andersons. Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. .Roger Anderson., and children. Dr. Karl Hoffman plans to spend the holidays at Bronxville, N. Y., with his son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.'Al C. DeCrane and family. ' .;•-,,,••—'. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartholomew will have as guests Christmas the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hoover of Titonka, Mrs. Marguerite Kaler, Max's father, M. A. Bartholomew and the daughters Trudy and Gayle who are already here. Trudy has completed her practice teaching in Chicago, 111., and Gale is a student at Simpson college, Indianola. Mf< atM MrS* WOSlOy Miff' leti will have ai holiday guest* their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. arid Mrs. Jerry Seller of Storm Lake and their /ton Bill of Dei Moiiies who ia a student at a medical and surgical school. The Sellers will also spend some time at St. Benedict with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller. Mrs. Fern Foster will be dinner guests of the Bartletts Christmas day. Walter Frambach it a patient in the university hospital, Iowa City. He has recently had major surgery. He is an uncle of Owight Prambach and is very well known. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Pram* bach are going to Whittemore Sunday to join other members of the family at dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pram- bachs. A family dinner was held Christmas day at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods. Those present will be the parents, •Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barton of Fairmont, iMinn. and the respective families. The Ronald Bartons have recently moved from Storm'Lake and he is employed with the Roepke Motors at Fairmont. Mrs. Max Bast is being met here Sunday by her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe of Emmetsburg who will take her to their home for Christmas day. ' , ' -. •• • •,;. •.- •,.••'. -'. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Egel, Horseheads, New York, are spending Christmas with his parents, the Earnest Egels. They will leave Christmas morning for a few days with Mrs. Egel's parents at Battle Creek, Mich, before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bach* man of the Hillcrest Trailer Court were at Hubbard, la. last weekend to observe their anniversary and an early Chriitmai with Mr. and Mrs Adrian Bachman. they wilt spend the Christmai weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Garth Collier and family of Sioux City. Mr. Jewel Patterson was taken by ambulance to Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, Wednesday, He had not been well for some time,. Mr. -and Mrs. James Pits- Patrick will have their family home for Christmas, Mrs. Gail Perkins, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., flew with, her aunt, Mrs. Walter Lorenz on Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fitzpatrick, Lakehurst, N. J., will arrive Saturday. Tom is' stationed at Lakehurst,with the navy. Mr. and Mrs. William Specht will have as guests over the Christmas weekend Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoorne- mah, Moline, 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kutzli, Prairie City. The women are sisters of Mr. Specht. The girls of Scout troop 440 went caroling Wednesday evening, then were taken to Van's for treats. Mesdames John Von Bank, Cary Lane and Bill Specht are the leaders. . Mrs. Marian Sparks and five children , arrived by plane at Mason City early Thursday afternoon and were met by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler with whom they will spend a week. They will also visit at the D. D. Sparks and Jim Sparks homes. Other guests at the Zeiglers on Sunday will be Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zeigler and two children, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zeigler and four children, Marion.-The latter family will be in Forest City on Christmas Day with her mother, Mrs. Ned Johnson and other relatives. The Zeigler's other daughter, Virginia, with her family, Mr. and (Mrs. Mark Cassells are driving from Detroit with three of their four children and will be in Algona for a few days. This is the first time the two sisters have, been together for several years. Julie Cassell is remain ing in Detroit, taking part in Holiday plays presehted'by a Detroit drania group. ' Mr. ami Mrt, Mario? Watkins, with their son cftigh- ton, St. Jo*ph, Mo;, i We re overnight guests of the Jim Merryman's Wednesday. They came from Vermillion, So. Dak., where they hid an early Christmas with their son George, his wife and new son. George is a student at South Dakota University. Thursday the Watkins went to. Nevada, la., to spend Christmas with their daughter, Karen, her husband and three children. Former Bode resident dies Aljtfla (low*) Advtftto-4 MONDAY, DEC. 25, in Houston Bode — Relatives in Bode have received word of the death, Dec. 16 of Quenton Nelson, Houston, Texas, Mr. Nelson, about 45, died of a sudden heart attack. He is survived by his wife and three children, also his parents, the Oscar Nelsons and a brother Gene, all living in Houston. The Nelsons are former Bode residents,; and have a number of relatives in this area. r Recent Sunday supper guests at Melvin Bratland's were her parents and brothers, the Mike Hinzes, Henry and Walter, LuVerne. * The Sevel Holdens had as Sunday guests recently Mrs. Linda Poppinga, Dayton, the Oliver Holdens, Rob e r t Christiansens, Demps Christ- iansens, Mrs. Amelia Christ- DIRTY ... Salt Covered car? Go ROBO and your car stays now-looking longer. • • " S. Phillips St., Algona • .• 94-101; ianson, the Guy Smiths, Humboldt, and the Meuefs of Plover. Mrs. Burton Rood attended guest day for the Womans club county officers at the Social Room in Hu robot dt Monday. Mrs. Roland Watson and Steve, Humboldt, and the Ken Hastys, Aurella, were Sunday afternoon coffee guests at Burton Rood's. The Ronald Olsons returned Friday evening from Iowa City and Davenport. Mrs. Olson had spent 10 days at her daughter, Mrs. Arnie Wigans' helping care for grandchildren while Mr. Wigans was in the hospital. Mr. Wigans is recovering satisfactorily following surgery. Mrs. Tina Dale will go to Redwoor Falls, Minn., for the holidays at her daughter, the Ben iBrobergs. John Dale, who has spent several months in the Veterans hospital in Minneapolis following severe burns at his home in Bode, is spending the holidays at his sister, the Dewey Hunts, Mora, Minn. Mrs. Synneva Dale will spend Christmas with the Albert Helles in Dakota City. The Melvin Bratlands, Bode, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine Joyce, San Francisco, to W. T. Gait, also of San Francisco, son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Gait, Valley Center, Calif. A Dec. 30 wedding is planned. Warmest Season's Greetings ., f m I'M IvVrftf from the savings specialists who are serving the needs of the whole community. \ CARPET DRY CLEANING READ'S FURNITURE Call 5-2216 —Algona HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Inturod to $15,000 Save From The 15tb — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AND 6-MONTH INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES Accounts insured up to $15,000 by F ederal Savings and Loan lnsujrance_Corporatiori 'I I SHEAKLEYS {**'**•. 'fTS "^" '.""«. # •* P. I •< .••/-". , '; * ,\ STARTS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26 5 BIG DAYS— Ends Saturday, Dec. 30 I Big Reductions on Both Floors Drastic Savings on all Famous Fall & Winter Apparel DRESSES • Miisos 10-20 7 ' IS • Mttornitifi Reduced COATS a) All Purpow Coati a) Fvr Trjmmad 0) Untrimmad t) Cir Coit« Reduced Sportswear •) Swaators • Skirts • Bloum Reduced Price Reductions in Children's Wear — 2nd Floor Rotations — g COATS DRESSES Sportswear Deoartmtnt » Snow Suiti - , •^f«l IIIIVIII a) Snow $tiiti • Car Co«»» • OirU Cjoati • Infant* • •) Swtattn Skirti • Swaatfri Lingerie • Robas • Slip* a) Sltapvtar f) Brat & Girdli* Redvced Accessories a> Millinary • Jawalry o> Pursai a) Clovat Reduced , .V'' i *y-i ••^ ft SHEAKLEYS *»* 4

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