l-ALOONA (low*) ADVANCI MONDAY. JAN. 3, Christmas day guests at the Harm Helmers, Algona, were their daughter, Beverly, Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs. John Polly, and Herbert Banwart. Afternoon callers were Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart, Adel. Christmas weekend guests of the Walter Petersons were their daughter, the Steve Os- trums, Dubuque. Christmas night callers were her sister, the Bill CUrrys and Shelly, Ft. Dodge. Monday they visited her sister, the Donald Beddows, Chester, la. Mrs. i-iattie Burtlingame was a Christmas guest of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Cole, of Burt. The following day she was guest of her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baade at Titonka. The Baades left Monday for Denver, Colo, for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wittkopf had as Christmas guests their daughter Carole of Cambridge, Muss., son Eugene, of Syracuse, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kossick of Marshalltown, Mrs. Ida FELLOWSHIP MEETING MONDAY, 7:30 p.m. (TODAY) SPECIAL SPEAKER EVERYONE WELCOME RAYS OF FAITH 203 W. State St., Algona Wittkopf. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wittkopf and sons Harlan, of De Kalb, 111., and Jerel, of St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman spent Christmas at Ventura with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier. Other guests were Mrs. Alice Mayfield of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman Jr. of Dodge Center, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, of Lone Rock. It was also the thirty- seventh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bowman Sr. and they were presented with a set of dishes. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher had as Sunday visitors the Ray and Vic Fishers of Garner and Corwith respectively, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Wren of Fort Dodge, and the Dan Fishers. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher had as Christmas. dinner guests William Fisher of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lawman, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lawman, of Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher of Grenada, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher of Stacyville, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fisher, Eva Jergens, and Conrad Fisher. They had a phone call from the son Paul of Hamilton, Calif. Mrs. R. M. Phillips and son John spent Christmas at Corning with Almira Turner, sister of Mrs. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMahon went to Eagle Grove Christmas eve and remained for Christmas day at Eagle Grove with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman and NftAAMMMMMM LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR INCOME TAX FIGURING!! Office Machines • Adding Machines • Calculators a) Typewriters SALES-RENTALS-SERVICE •LEDGERS • STEEL FILES • CALENDAR PADS IDEAL BOOKKEEPING SYSTEM « STORAGE FILES • INVENTORY FORMS School and Office Supplies ALGONA "We Are Glad To Be Of Service To You" mode o'day family. Mr. and Mrt. Richard There- sen entertained at dinner Christmas and had as guests the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, Mrs. Joe Lynch Sr. and her mother Mrs. Myrtle Thurston, of Virginia, Minn. Mrs. Thurston will make a rather extended visit here. Mr. and Mrt. John Goodman had as Christmas dinner guests Mrs. Edna Richter of Titonka, Mrs. Pearl Goodman and Mrs. Harold Smith. Mrs. Richter remained here with Mrs. Smith from Thursday till Sunday. Mrt. Harold Smith entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richter and Mrs. Edna Richter of Ti- .tonka and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger of Lotts Creek at din ner Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pott and Mrs. Hugh Post attended the funeral services at Ceylon, Minn., for Michael Alvoid, brother-in-law of Mrs. Hugh Post. The widow is the former Tillie Post and the family had lived at Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrt. Charlet Schaeffer have moved from the Lyle McEnroe farm home to the Mrs. Freda Norman house on north Wooster street. Mr. and Mri. Ralph Donovan had as Christmas weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wittern and family of South St. Paul, Minn, and their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bob Donovan of West Union and the respective families. Mr. and Mrt. Don Cook -left Upland, Calif. December 28 and were accompanied by their nephew Jack Allen who will spend several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen. A Christmas dinner was held December 25 for the children of the Dick and Bill Allen families. An adult dinner will be held for Jack with all the relatives present. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaeffer had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Martins of Tama, Mr. and Mrs. Duane McGregor of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hill of Whittemore and the respective families. It was a birthday celebration for Lloyd and Mrs. Mar tins (Luise) who are twins. A Chrittmas party was held in Bancroft at Mr. and Mrs. George Schneiders. In attendance were Messers and Mesdames Paul Schneider, Phil Schneider, Ray Funk, Arnold Meyer, William Ridge, Gerald Meyer, Silver Springs, Md.; Melvin Meyer of Swea City, Alvin Johnson of Hardy and Doreen Funk, Howard Funk, Marlene Reising of Wesley and respective children. Rev. Lambert Heinen, 80, M-other of Mrs. Albert Weis- laar and Josephine Heinen died Sunday in a hospital at Ottumwa. His home was at Albia. Ferman Heinen took the sisters to see him two weeks ago and he was critically sick at the time. Mrt. J. C. Lett, Christ! and Donna of Des Moines spent Thursday with the mother of Mrs. Lett, Mrs. Bessie Jones at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones. Mrs. E. A. Carlson, mother of Mrs, Leighton Misbach who makes her home here now is leaving this week for Los Gatos, Calif, to spend the winter with her other son-in-law and .ua^.a.j.j.a.j.j.a.j^.j.J.J.J.J.AJ.J.J.J. Engaged SPECIAL PURCHASEI 2.99 VALUE HANDBAGS 1.99 EXTRA SPECIALI SEAMLESS NYLONS 2PR. SPECIAL VALUE! REG. 1.99 SLEEPWEAI SLIPS, HALF-SLIPS SPECIAL PURCHASEI REG. 3.99-4.99 2.99 GOWNS, SHIFTS, BABY DOLLS CLEARANCE JO RUARK. Owner Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Banwart of rural Ottosen announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen, to George Bierstedt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt, Whittemore. A late spring wedding is planned. daughter, Dr. and Mrs. William Sproul. Mary Misbach, a senior at the Iowa City university is going to Evanston, 111., to spend New Years with David Smart and family. Mrt. John Helmert who went to Fort Dodge to spend Christmas with her family at the Virgil Wilschusens was taken sick with what is believed to be a gall bladder attack. She is hospitalized there for examinations. | Mrs. Orville Wicks it home from St. Ann hospital where she had minor foot surgery and was hospitalized only a few days. . Mr. and Mrt. Orville Wickt and Barbara spent Christmas at Kanawha with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrt. A. L. Rochleau entertained at Christmas dinner and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Price and children of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. James Will and family, the mother Mrs. Mildred Putz and an uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sorenson. Dr. and Mrt. J. B. Winkel and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hurley at Mason City. Mrs. Hurley is also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Capesius. • Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel had their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Winkel of Center^ vi'lle as Christmas guests. .They also spent some time with her parents at St. Joe. Chrittmat Day guests at the Robert Stevens were members of the family. Attending were the Gene Huling family, Britt'; Wendell Steven family, Laurr ens; Maynard Shackleford, Sar!tell, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Steven and son, Corwith. From Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shackelford, Mrs. Jerry Holldorf and family, and the Darrell Steven family. Others were the Dean Stevens, Sauk Center, Minn. Afternoon callers were the Merle Coopers of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Strayer were Christmas Day guests at the Jens Sorensons. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bode and family, Hackensack, Minn. visited her parents, the Jesi Laahbrooks, from Sunday until Friday. Then the Laahbroote accompanied them home for a week or more. Mri. Keith Strayer spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Rule in Holstein. Mri. John Bahr spent Christmas with her son and family, the George Bahrs, Mankato, Minn. She returned home Tuesday. Algona couple married at Nashua church Virginia L. Banks, daughter of Mrs. LeRoy R. Dale, and Roger L. Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keith, Algona, were married Sunday, Dec. 6 in the Little Brown church in the Vale at Nashua. Rev. Glenn L. Utterback performed the double ring ceremony at 4 p.m. The bride's attendant was Mrs. Larry Leaneagh, cousin, Ames. Attending the groom was his brother, Lynn. A wedding receptioji and dinner was held at 6 p.m. at Del's Cafe, Charles City. Guests were members of the immediate families. Both are graduates of Algona high school and Roger is also a graduate of South Dakota State at Brooking?. After a short wedding trip to various points west they will live on a farm in the Plum Creek area, Route 2, Algona. Engaged St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner MR. AND MRS. Raymond Montag, Rodman, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol Rae, to Henry Bonnstetter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonstetter of Whittemore. She is employed at the Iowa Trust and Savings Bank of Emmets burg. He is in the U.S. Navy. Both were 1963 graduates of Garrigan high school in Algona. The wedding date is indefinite. Mr. and MM. Joe Loebach and little Joe were aupper guests in Grandma Geishecker's home, in Algona. SOCIETY Friday, December 31, it th*tf home in Spirit Lake. The event was planned by their daughters, Patricia Achenback and Janet Jess. The Hurts are former residents Of Algona. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch We deliver Everyday... 1966 Calendar JANUARY 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16171819202122 •23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2931 MAY IHID 51 6 9|l6jU|l2I3I4 728 15 16 17 18 19 SEPTEMBER - -, - S1(l .. ..,1314151617 I8'19 20!21 22 23 24 -"•» 27)282930 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2728 rrun JUNE 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 91011 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23242526 31131.. l7 ( tV 2627 2425 7 2S|29 1966 MARCH . 5 - 910 II 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 rrsn JULY 2 . » 1011 12 13 14 15 16 242S|2627282930 NOVEMBER JTTfcTi 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20212223242526 27 28 29—' ' 9101112 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29! W. AUGUST ra 9 10 II 12 13 14 IS 161711 --,324251 DECEMBER llMlrlwIi 111 2526 910 -Iw,1314151617 18 19 20,2172 J3 24 - 26 27 28J29 30J3J You'll like our delivery service . . . every day in 1966! Twice daily deliveries to your home FREE; OF CHARGE. Let our handy red and white station wagon save you many steps, time and money during these cold winter months. Just order your groceries by phone — 5-3762 — and we'll deliver in the morning or afternoon. Of course, you always get fresh meats and vegetables and low prices with us. EAST END GROCERY CORNER OF STATE & PHILLIPS STREETS The Roger Bormanns and Florian Fabers attended funeral services for a brother-in-law, Joseph J. Halvick, 36, of Colwell, who was injured fatally in a car accident northeast of Charles City Sunday morning. He was completing his Sunday Des Moines Register route when the accident happened. Mrs. Anna Bormann, Alta Vista, was a visitor here the first of the week at her son, the Roger Bormanns, and at the Ra phael Faber's. The Frank Bormanns, Davenport, and daughter Judy Bormann, student at University at Wichita, Kans., spent the first of the week here at the daughter, the Maurice Redings. David John Berte, son of the Robert Bertes, born Dec. 9, was baptized Thursday with Janice Thul and John F. Reding as sponsors in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Virgil and Sandy, from here, and Jim Ulfers, Baudette, Minn., drove to Colorado Springs, Colo, and from there accompanied by Betty Wagner, daughter of Mrs. Adeline Wagner, went to Phoenix, Ariz., for Christmas and to visit relatives. Donnie Wagner, son of Mrs. Adeline Wagner, and George Illg, son of Mrs. Rosalia Illg, spent the past month in Arizona. They ' were all Christmas guests of the Don Brofers. Mrs. Brofer is the former Shirley Wagner, daughter of the George Wagners here. The Art Winkels, Centerville, spent Christmas with Mrs. Winkel's mother, Mrs. Rosalia Illg. The Larry Stacys, Council Bluffs, spent the Christmas weekend with Mrs. Stacy's parents, the Ray Thilges, where the Thilges family Christmas gathering was held. The Reinald Salzes, Ottumwa, visited relatives and friends over the Christmas weekend here. The Lee Nepples, Iowa City, spent Wednesday to Saturday with Mrs. Nepple's parents, the Orville Wagners. Christmas and Sunday were spent with Lee's parents, the Edward Nepples, Templeton. The Jim Harmses, West Bend, Barbara Weydert, and Patti Reding from here left Monday on a 3 weeks trip through southern and western states and a visit with relatives in California. Mrs. Harms ane Barbara are daughters of the Tony Weyderts and Patti is the daughter of the Ralph Redings Annette Harms is staying with her maternal grandparents. The Joe Sinnwells left for Los Angeles, Calif, by plane to visit relatives and to be with Mrs. Sinnweli's brother, Mr Gardner, who recently had heart surgery. UNICYCLi — It took "about 30 falls" before Ricky An4er son, 11, of Harlan, mastered his unicycle, a birthday gift Lasi August 30. Ricky said, he learn ed by balancing at the nwil box and then taking off. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker were Christmas Eve guests in the parental Tom Trenary home and spent Christmas Day in .the Martin Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms attended the church program and spent part of Christmas eve in the John K. Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosser were Christmas Eve guests in the Harold Andreasen home. Mrs. Tony Jandl and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy attended the VFW Christmas party Tuesday evening in Burt, beginning with a 6:30 supper. They also had a Christmas gift exchange. Jim Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, who has been stationed at Boston, Mass., came home last Tuesday night to spend about a week at home. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Veerman of ' Stockton, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. yernon Smith of Hampton and Jim Smith were, guests for a late Christmas dinner Sunday n the Henry Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms and family and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kline and Cindy of Algona were Christmas Day din- ler guests in the Rudy Peter lome. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gov- H went to Des Moines Thursday where they visited in the Frank Murphy home and did some Christmas shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms and family, George Hix and Mr. and Mrs. Richard rosser were Christmas Day iinner and supper guests in the Arthur Hix home in Sexton. Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd and family of Shenandoah and Mrs. Cecelia Scott of Burt were quests Christmas Eve in the Hoger Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd and family and Mr. and VIrs. Harold Andreasen were iinner and supper guests in the home of Mrs. Cecelia Scott in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and little Joe were Christmas Eve guests in the parental Loebach home near Whittemore. SURPRISE PARTY A surprise birthday party was gjiven Wednesday for Mrs. Richard Frambach. Present were the William Leeks, Vern Leeks, Ranney Leeks, Art Leeks, Darwin and Vergean Beirstedt, James Beirstedts, Frank Haggs, Harold Franv bachs, Mrs. Herman Leek, Bob Heinen, and Richard Frambach. Cards were played and lunch served. DATE OPEN HOUSE Rev. and Mrs. Milo Dailey will hold an open house at the vicarage, '533 South Jerome St., Thursday, January 6, 2 to 4 in the afternoon and 7 to 9 in the evening for all parishioners from St. Thomas Episcopal church, Trinity Episcopal church in Emmetsburg, friends, and neighbors. BABY BAPTIZED Jeffery John, the month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Funk, LaCrosse, Wis. was baptized at the First Lutheran church on December 26. Sponsors were Dorene Funk and Michael Navoichich, the latter by proxy. Grandparents are the William Navoichichs and the Ray Funks. CELEBRATES 94TH Mary Zittritsch celebrated her 94th birthday Tuesday, December 28. In the evening her daughters Mrs. E. Kelley and Mrs. H. Post, and granddaughters the Jim Kelleys and Harold Voights called on her. Other guests were Eva Deim and Mary Beiser. SILVER WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hurt ob served their silver wedding an niversary with Open House on i-i' i i-i M. 1 1 .H .H. 1 BO We don't mind suffering in silence if everybody knows that we are. * QUESTION: Bees don't usually invade our office, but one did and it stung our young and curvy sec- retaxy on the nose. Not only was it painful, but infection set in and a doctor and hospitalization was necessary. Will this be covered by our workmans compensation insurance? * ANSWER: It will and we hope her nose is as pretty as ever. * The closest our civilization has come to perpetual motion is street repairing. * He who rides a tiger should have a good plan for dismounting. * Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa 1 1 1 n n i n n i M ' 11:1111 In appreciation... Few employes, in the history of Algona business, have served a local establishment more loyally and faithfully, and for a longer period of time, than Alenc Hemphill and Rose Scanlan. Both are resigning from the Chrischilles Store the first of January. Alene's tenure covers approximately 35 years, altho records show part time employment years before that. She has been consistent in her efforts to please her customers and her physical health has been surprisingly good throughout this long period of time. Rose has been with the Chrischilles Store for over 40 years, and her cheerful disposition at the cashier's desk has been a source of satisfaction both to those who come to pay accounts and to the store itself. Her loyalty and honesty in a position of unusual responsibility has been above reproach. It is with extreme regret that we lose the services of Alene Hemphill and Rose Scanlan and we take this means of publicly showing our appreciation for their long and faithful service to this store. "Serving Kossuth County for 96 Years' •H-H-H-H. i mini i H 111111111111111111111111 r i I--H It's worth waiting for! JANUARY SALE STARTS Thursday, Jan. 6th •I IN CHRISCHILLES STORE "Where Quality is a Tradition"
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