S-AlgOfM (l«.) Upptr D«i Tuwdoy, D*e. 19, 1967 MR. AND MRS. W. A. Hall, Kathy, Kristy and Judy are leaving Thursday via plane for Phoenix, Ariz, to spend the holidays with their son-in-law and daughter, Bill and Jean Manly. MR. AND MRS. Marlin Meehlhause had as overnight guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don Frick and family of Hartley. MR. AND MRS. Julius Gink are going to Minneapolis Tuesday to meet their daughter Betty who is flying in from Oxnard, Calif, where she is employed in civil service. She will be here till Dec. 29. Other guests at Christmas dinner will be the son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cink and family of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Nelson, son-in-law and daughter. MR. AND MRS. Walter Mc- Brlde will have as holiday guests their sons, Dale and Don, students at the Abilene Texas Christian College and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McBride and three year old daughter Julie of San Benito, Tex. Dale and Don will be here till Jan. 3. Carl and family will have a week here. MRS. SALLY ROBERTS, Centralia, Mo., mother of Mrs. Walter McBride is in poor health and Mrs. McBride is leaving Dec. 29 to visit her. DR. AND MRS. A. J. Eason will have as Christmas guests their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. James Potter and three children, Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ogland and two children, Indianola. Mr. and Mrs. Potter and children will also spend some time with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter. Mrs. Potter will remains at the Eason's for a few days after Christmas. THE JANUARY circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Wednesday, Dec. 20 at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Kirk Hayes. MRS. ALICE DITSWORTH left Dec. 15 to spend the winter at Tempe, Ariz. JAMES STANTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stanton, arrived home Saturday for his Christmas vacation. James is a junior at U. of I. law college. MR. AND MRS. Wendell French have returned from a visit since before Thanksgiving at Dallas, Tex. where they visited their son Don and family. Shortly before the return home, Mrs. French fell over a low cement retaining wall, suffered a shoulder injury and broke her left arm between the elbow and wrist. J. D. BURNS, who has been in poor health for some time, recently fell on the steps at his home in spite of the rail placed there for his use. With the help of friends he was taken indoors. A short time after that, he fell in the bathroom, head first in the tub. This injury was serious enough that he was taken ..via ambulance to the Veterans Hospital, Des Moines. He has been troubled for awhile with the lack of the sense of balance which caused both falls. Mrs. Burns accompanied him. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen will have as Christmas weekend guests their son-in-law, daughter and grandson Bret of Storm Lake. The Hansens recently resigned as managers of the State Hotel. JOHN GILMORE of the Navy and stationed at San Diego, is home on a two-week leave which he is spending with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore. The Ed Gilmore family will be joined at Christmas dinner by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. MARVIN LEIGH, Kossutli county Farm Bureau president and Harold Bjustrom, county Farm Bureau vice president and their wives attended the AFBF convention which was held in Chicago Dec. 10-14. MRS. ELIZABETH Molamphy had as weekend guests her son, Tom of Winfield, and her sister, Mrs. Dennis Capesius, Emmetsburg. MRS. GRACE J AC KM AN will be dinner pjest at her son-in-law and daughter's, Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll, Lone Rock. Other guests *111 be relatives of the Knolls. JOAN POST will be home for four days during the Christmas season. She is a student nurse at St. Joseph's, Sioux City. MK. AND MRS. DennisStrayer are moving into the Russell Rentz apartment on West State street. MR. AM.) MRS. U. K. Chiquet will have as quests Christmas the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. James Ottoson, Chicago, HI. She will lx> joined here later by Mr. Ottoson. CHRISTMAS DINNER guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. (Roy) Smith will be their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ami Mrs. Don Mains, Sexton, and their son Joe and wife. MR. A.VD MRS. Paul Palmer have as guests till after New Years their son-in-law and daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. James Fritz, Jim, Jr. and Scott of San Jose, Calif. Mr. Fritz is a liighway patrolman. MR. AND MRS. James Andreasen, Jon, Amy arid Steve are going to Sheldon to spend Christmas Day with the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Kimmell. MR. AND MRS. Webb Fowler will have as guests during the holidays the latter's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Levins and Barry, Cass Lake, Minn. Barry is a sophomore at Bemidji State College. They will be joined at Christmas by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. (Pat) Jensen. Mrs. Jensen is a sister of Mrs. Fowler and Mrs. Levin. MAX KING is taking his mother, Mrs. David King, to Waverly Dec. 21 and she will be met there by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Folkers who will take her to their home at Marion for a visit of three weeks. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Pingel plan to spend the Christmas weekend at Des Moines with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reinders, former Al- gonans. CHRISTMAS EVE guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Jody Cunningham, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Minard. MR. AND MRS. Arnold Lallier entertained at dinner Sunday, Dec. 17 and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. William Besch, Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Besch and LuAnn, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Besch, Nancy, Susie and Kathy, Kasson, Minn., Dora Besch, Father Cletus Besch, and William Besch, Ft. Dcxige. The birthdays of Betty and Dannie Uliers were being observed. VIRGIL, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen, is home from Ft. Ord, Wash, to spend the holidays with his parents. THE FOLLOWING people were guests of honor Friday night at a Pow Wow banquet given by Archer Petroleum Corp. of Omaha, Nebr. at the I.O.O.F. hail in Clarion: Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Kuhlmann, Ottosen and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knecht, Whittemore. For his sales record during 19G7, Wilbur Knecht was presented with a certificate of award by Larry Larson, district manager for north central Iowa. Robert Kuhlmann is county manager for the south halfofKossuth county. O.K. Watershed Project For 22 Area Farms The Doan Watershed, located six miles east and five miles north of Algona, was approved for assistance under the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act, PL 566, by the State Soil Conservation Committee, according to word received today in the local soil conservation district office. All, or part of, 22 farms are included in this 2795 acre watershed, 17 of which are cooperators with the Kossuth county Soil Conservation District. Major problem in the watershed is the farm land flooded within it. Legal sponsors of the project are the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors and the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District. 5-GENERATIONS A family reunion was held recently in Hedrick to celebrate the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith. Great-great-grandmother, Mrs. David Wolf, Winfield; her daughter, Mrs. Lester Smith, Hedrick; Mrs. Smith's son, Dale, Pekin; Dale's son, Terry, Hedrick and Terry's son, Ricky represented the five generations The Friendly Store eas Christmas Values Sure to Please CORONADO 'Imperial! Steam- Spray IRON 88 Teflon* Coated $14 No sticking or scorching with this safer, faster versatile Coronado Imperial iron. 43-JIA) CORONADO Automatic TOASTER Big $1O 66 Value! | M. Gives perfect toast every time, just as you like it. Sleek-line design adds beauty to your kitchen. -o.mi« Dominion Portable HAIR DRYER $ 10 88 The dryer that lets you work, walk and talk as you dry your hair. Has 3-position dial for comfortable settings, 42-3714 'CREST 1 Electric BLANKET 88 • Double Bed Size • Single Control Automatic control lets you sleep warm regardless of room temperature changes. Pink or blue. 4j-jie,9 00 SAVE $ 2 CORONADO Party Size COFFEEMAKER A big 35-cup party- perk automatically brews enough coffee for everyone. With a handy drip-free Jpigot. 42-2«ll 88 Regularly $11.88 NEW! RAYETTE Salon Type HAIR DRYER Gives professional uniform rapid drying at home or away. Sets up easily, travels like a hotbox. 4J-J73J 88 $ 19 Np Money Down $5.00 Per Month 4 CHEERS FOR ELECTRICAL GIFTS THIS CHRISTMAS! Save $4 Hamilton Beach EUCTRIC CAN OPENER An idtel giftl Coronodo Ivxt combination con eptntr- fcniff ihorpf ntr. «-i»u $595 Popular replica of school room clock. With swinging pendulum. 4t-tnt Reg. $15.89 Versatile slicing-carving knife. Precision stainless steel blades. Hamilton B*«h PORTABLE MIXER Rtg. $11.81 With hqndy 3-sp«td »«l*ctor for every mixing job. Portable convenience. Shop Harrison's For A Variety Of Last Minute Christmas Specials Toys, Ready-To-Wear, Housewares, Towels, Candy, Games, Decorations, Wrap. FROM '/s TO % OFF ON SPECIAL ITEMS HARRISON'S * ALGONA'S 1EADING VARIETY STORE * SAVE NOW ON YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS! Sale Of Floor Sample GRUNDIG STEREOS & SEWING MACHINES We are now offering for sale all floor sample stereos and sewing machines used for display by our dealers. Some slightly marked — others in perfect shape. All sales on first come, first serve basis. Grundig Stereos Finest stereos in the world today. Made in West Germany and beautifully finished. Many floor samples from which to choose. Various styles and prices. New Home Sewing Machine Famous of all sewing machines now offered after demonstration use. Ideal present for the homemaker, Excellent machines that can save the family money on clothes, NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO ALGONA, IOWA TOYS & SIFTS FOR ALL AT MONEY SAVING PRICES!
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