Wed 25 Years, Couple Feted At Swea City SWEA-EAGLE-Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Holcomb were feted Sunday, Feb. 12, on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Children of the couple are the Martin Holcombs, Baltimore, Md., the Roger Holcombs, Mason City, the Ted Wallentines, Lakota, Gordon Holcombs, Collinsrille, Reuben Holcombs, and the Harvey C. Larsens. The event was sponsored by the children. A reception was held at the Immanuel Lutheran church social hall with about 200 attending. Mrs. Ernest Nelson and Edna Holcomb, sister of Mr. Holcomb, presided at the coffee service. Mrs. Dale Junkermeier poured punch. Helping with the refreshments were Mrs. Gene Thompson, Mrs. Orville Thoreson, Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski, Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mrs. Morris Johnson and Mrs. Albert Swanson. Attending from a distance were Mrs. Ernest Nelson, Boone, the Robert Wallentines, Sutherland, George Nene, Ringsted, a boyhood friend of Mr. Holcomb, Arthur Holcomb, St. Peter, a brother, the William Schrams, Tltonka, Armand Schulers, Atlantic, Pastor and Mrs. Youngquist, Laurens, and Mrs. Alfred Nelson, sister-in-law of Mrs. Holcomb. - o - The Carl Schauberger family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his parents, the William Schaubergers at Fairmont. The Lester Johnsons of Algona were at the Truman Johnsons Sunday. Mrs. Mervin Johnson, Mrs. Charles Thompson, Mrs. V. E. Hazelhoff and Pat Pehrson accompanied the junior high school band to Mason City Saturday. The Mervin Johnsons and children and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krantz attended a birthday party at the Cecil Godfredsons, Humboldt, Sunday. Birthdays were observed, including those of Lisa and Louis Johnson, and Harold Krantz. Methodist Junior MYF enjoyed a tobaggan party at Burts Lake Sunday. Each one could bring a guest, so there were 44 youths. Accompanying them were the leaders, Mrs.ShoenhairandMrs. Brones. Driving were Rev. Maus, Virgil Tokheim, Warren Brones, Doug Pingel, Mrs. Nachtigal, Mrs. Mortensen and Mrs. Elliott. After returning to the church, they enjoyed games for awhile and then were served lunch by Mrs. Virgil Tokheim, Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Gifford. Mancil Hurlburt, Harold Swanson and Harvey C. Larsen attended a Soybean Clinic at Ames Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson and daughters drove to Iowa City Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. Glen Modracek, and Friday went to Bettendorf to visit his brother, the Ray Larsons. Rev. and Mrs. S. Hammer were recent weekend guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Darrel Bishops. Hammers are from Humboldt. SMOKE The Ray Klenske home in New Hampton received heavy smoke damage recently when the transformer on a plastic race track in the basement apparently shorted, catching a cloth rug and the race track on fire. TuMdoy, Feb. 21, 1967 Mgono, (la.) Upper DM Mo$n«-1 J The Friendly Store * • * • * • * • ' » * * ••^^ z~% WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPT. BED FRAME Sleet frame adjusts to fit a tingle, twin or double bed. 54-102* 5 COOKIE SHEET Compare at 554 Perfect for pizzal Handsome tinware pan is 16"x 11 "x%" deep. i t-tstt IRONING BOARD Adjusts from 2'/j to 3' high for the sitting or standing height you like.20-1001 PLASTIC CHAIR R*g. $4.49 $3/7 choke of colon Strong, durable, flexible! In beige, tanaerintjiurquoiM* block. RADIO BATTERY 9-Volt Reg. 25c This mighty-mite gives long-lasting power to your transistor radio! 17-3U CORONADO POCKET RADIO with earphone 99 Surprisingly big sound! Six transistors. Complete with °Y battsry, strop, a-ntt Urethane Foam BED PILLOW Plump, buoyant, non- allergenicl Printed cotton covtr. 99' WHISK BROOM Reg. 89c 57° For car, work bench or closet) Made of double- sewn palmetto fibers. 7'/i"L ao-1241 EXHAUST EXTENSION Reg. 99c 89 e For that custom look! Carries exhaust "past bumper. Chrome plated. 9"L 4-4774 7" PAINT ROLLER-PAN SET So low-priced you can throw it away when you're through! 30-72*1 49 « Reg. 694 13' EKCOLOY® BAKE PAN Ideal for biscuits and roastsl Easy to cl<""i. 13"x9'/4"x2". u-s»w 47 e Sandman CLOCK RADIO CORONADO Reg. $21.95 $1 £88 Elegant styling! Wakes I ^/ you to music or alarm. NO MONEY DOWN Repeat-a-call, tooUa-sju tuo/m, r.,.w. ««Mr BATHROOM BRUSH 'N HOLDER Reg. $1.39 88 Holder keeps brush handy yet out of sight. White plastic. 20-1310 PUTTY KNIFE Big Value! 10 e Perfect for small patching and scraping jobs. Blade is l j /i»"x 3" long. 13-2319 FURNACE FILTERS Choose 14x25", 16x 20", 16x25" or 20x 20" sizes. 1" thick. 34-J90*, ETC. 47' GAMBLES LOW PRICES CHOP THE COST OF LIVING!
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