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8—Kossuth County Advance Thursday, January 7, 1971 LOCALS HOLIDAY GUESTS House guests of Mrs. Lucile Frink for the Christmas Holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Willard W. Hayne of San Diego, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson, Michelle and Mason of St. Louis, Mo., Miss Colleen Frink, student at Luther college, Decorah. Other guests for Christmas Eve dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jensen, Fenton; Mrs. Ella Bleckwenn, Cylinder; Speck Zumach of Whittemore and Randy Calhoun of Long Beach, Calif. SON BORN Mr. and Mrs. Larry Heider- scheidt of Mason city are parents of a son, Michael Justin, born at Mercy Hospital there on Dec. 19. The family is formerly of Algona and there are two older children, Donna and Judy. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heider- scheidt of Algona and Justin Berhow of Blue Earth is the maternal grandfather. AAUW TO MEET The Algona Branch of the American Association of University Women will meet Wednesday evening, Jan. 13, at the home of Mrs. Theo Hutchison. Mrs. Donald Ritchie and Mrs. Lelah Henderson will be the assistant hostesses. Guest speaker, Donald Nettleton, will speak on This Beleaguered Earth. MR. AND MRS. Jim Milder were visited, over the Holidays by their son, Bill of Phoenix, Ariz, and daughter, Jeanie, Flagstaff, Ariz. Bill is attending Phoenix Junior College and Jeanie is a student at Northern Arizona University. VISITORS at the John Baases last week were Mrs. James Allen and Mrs. Dick Allen, both of Algona and the former's son, Jack Allen of London, England. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gebken of Baltimore, Md. also visited. MR. AND MRS. John Baas had as visitors over New Years, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kline of Newton, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kline and sons and Miss Debby Decker of Wise. MR. AND MRS. Leo Platt and Alan of Albuquerque, New Mexico are spending two weeks here with their parents, Mrs. Elizabeth Platt and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich. A CHRISTMAS brunch was held at the Earl Elmore home, with the Messers and Mesdames Leo Elmore, Verle Elmore, James Elmore, Mario Barillas of Des Moines, Eugene Harbour of Osseo, Minn., and David Lindsey as guests. MR. AND MRS. Leo Elmore ^were dinner guests Christmas Day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Robinson. MR. AND MRS. James Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Elmore attended the Golden Wedding of the aunt and uncle of the men, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Elmore, in Blue Earth, Minn., the Sunday after Christmas. MR. AND MRS. Frank Wellick of Britt had as guests for Christmas Day dinner, the latters family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Studer and family of Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry j. Studer and family of Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Studer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Studer and sons of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. John Studer of Ames and the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Studer and Joan of Algona. MR. AND MRS. Dean Meyer, Dana and Lori spent the past week in Stewart, Minn, visiting relatives and friends. They returned Mrs. Meyer's grandmother, Mrs. Martha Schwartz to her home after several days visit here. MRS. MARSHALL ULRICK returned Sunday from Stratford where she had gone to bring her children, Marsha, Mitchell and Blake home after spending the Christmas holidays with their grandparents, Mrs. Marie Rexroat and Mr. and Mrs. Ulrick. MR. AND MRS. Melvin Sifert Vic, Pat, Mike and Joyce, spent New Years Day with their son and his wile, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sifert in Worthington, Minn. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Studer and sons of Wesley. HOOD'S Ad Prices Good Thru Monday, January 11 BEER 12 Pack Cans MMMBS l The Wonderful World of Wigs Coming to HOOD'S, Algona HORMEL'S SPAM 12 01. Can HUMPTY DUMPTY SALMON 1 Ib. Can DETERGENT LUX LIQUID 32 oz. Btl. 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Never needs setting .'Just Wash — Dry — Brush and Go! Full stretch cap insures comfortable fit, regardless of head size . . . 100% Guaranteed Finest Quality. How can we do it? Here's How... Each time you buy one dollars worth of groceries, you may buy one "Wig Buck" for only a dime. When you have purchased 130 Wig Bucks, you will be entitled to redeem them for the wig of your choice. Over 30 shades to choose from. Sorry... No styling at this Low Low price. Free Wig Bucks Given Away on Thursday, January 7 ^^^*'*^^ ^ Thursday, Jan. 7,10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 5 Ib. Bag GOLD MEDAL FLOUR WITH I COUPON without coupon Gold Medal Flour 5 Ib. Bog WITH COUPON Good Thru Wed., Jan. 13, 1971 HOOD'S - Algona The AVERAGE food Coif It LOWER AT HOOD'S -Day Afar Day, Wr Invlft You To Ghtck Our Rtgular Shtlf A COMPARE VALUABLE COUPON "Betty LAYER CAKE MIX WITH COUPON Good Thru Wed,, Jan. 13, 1971 HOOD'S - Algona ftTO VALUABLE COUPON WITH COUPON BOXM, LAYER CAKE MIX WITHOUT COUPON 4 Boxtt $ 1.20 Kossufh County Adv<me«-9 Thursday, January 7, 1971 Lakota Youth Personal Page To Lieut. Gov. TIM LEY Senator Wayne Keith has announced the selection of Tim Ley as Lt. Governor Roger Jepson's personal page. Tim will serve in the First Regular Session during the winter of 1971. Tim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley of Lakota. He is a senior at Lakota High School and is active in band, vocal music, student council and president of his senior class. He was recently named a "State of Iowa" student and one of the "Outstanding Teenagers of America". He is a national Merit Scholar and plans on attending Drake. Quiet Week For Kossuth County Sheriffs Office The Kossuth County Sheriffs Office had little news to report Tuesday morning, and in that line of work no news is good news. There were no burglaries or arrests and only two traffic accidents in the county since the previous Wednesday, in a one car accident Friday 'two miles north and two miles west of Swea City, David Brekke of rural Armstrong was uninjured after the car he was driving failed to make the turn on a dead end gravel road. The car went into the ditch, causing an estimated $850 in damages to the front end. Brekke said he "didn't seethe dead end or any signs or road- marks to that effect. The sheriffs report said the road was snow- packecl. The other accident occurred on a county blacktop 3 1/2 miles north of Sexton Sunday as Fred Asa, rural Algona, was pulling into his farm driveway. His 1967 Mercury and a 1964 Buick driven by Daryl Hillburg, Algona, collided, with both cars going into a ditch. Asa complained of sore ribs on the left side, but other than that neither drivers appeared injured. Damages to the Hillburg car were estimated at $500 and the Asa car at $325. Supt. At Twin Rivers Made It Round The World OTTOSEN - Darrell G. De Boom of Bode, superintendent of the Twin Rivers school system, returned the early part of December from an around-the- world comparative Education Seminar, The tour was arranged by Kent State University of Kent, Ohio. They inspected the educational systems of Switzerland, Russia, Turkey, Lebanon, Thailand, Japan and Hong Kong. The group was made up of 91 educators. Mr. DeBoom lost about 30 hours traveling eastward around the world. He will be available to organizations in the area who want to see his slides and hear his impressions. One group of slides and talk will touch on the complete trip. Others will include specific countries, going into their school systems and the geography of the country in more depth. He will also use these slides of specific countries in Twin Rivers classes as the students study that country. Total miles traveled was 24,000. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Norman Beresford of rural Keosaqua were honored at an open house December 20 to observe their 68th wedding anniversary. Mr. Beresford, 87 and Mrs. Beresford, 86, continue to enjoy keeping their own home in Keosauqua having moved there from farming north of town.