Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
Page 12
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LOONA (lewe) ADVANCI TMUHSDAY, NOV. 24, 1966 ikotter given it Seneca for recent bride Off <j|S«nae*—Joan Allen, who wns frtavtied;. to Darylo Preston was given a miscellaneous bridal Miowar Nov. 9, at the Swea City legion Hall. Mrs. Virgil Presto>i aftilo'inced'the program of vocul felacibiorts by Margie Johnson ahd Mrs. Elmer Franks amid l[fe'd'ling by lyirs. Floyd Brekke. ^Helping open the gifts was parrei fieston, viho w«s inside the first gift box she opened. Alto by Diane and Colleen Olson. ^Hostesses were Mrs. Hemrietta Tjhompspn, Mrs. ' Loo Crowley, Mrs. Russell Kauffman, Mrs. Cassie Klocko, Mrs. Herman Sabel, Mrs. Everett Zitterich of •Fen-ill Mrs. Gay lord, Olsen, Mrs. Virgil Preston, Mrs. Emory Preston, Mrs. Emory Preston and Moyd Brekke. Mrs. Gaylord Olson poured coffee. They were married Nov. 12 at the Luther(Ml church at Swea City. They are farming north and west of Spncca. • " • " ••. .' OFFICERS INSTALLED <l Seneca Stars installed officers Saturday afternoon at the Seneca Lutheran church v basement. Gafchy Bergum, retiring president presided. Plans were made wir the Christmas party, Dec 10 at the Lone Rock Legiovi Hall; llhey voteu one; birthuay party with gifts for all members. Mus- jfc committee are Ann Fortney and Barbara Andre; Rosemary Fortney* and Carrie Bergum are on recreation: They gave $3 to jJie Kossuth Health and Tuberculosis Assn. They will write club programs Nov. 27. Senior club girls, Becky Jensen, Ann Fortney, Anna Monz and Patric- Joan B«mnger Seneca — Pictured are friends and neighbors of. the Hans Jensens who helped harvest and crib 6,000 bushels of corn on their farm just east of Seneca recently., Mr. Jensen has a slipped disk in his back. Pictured are, left to right: Paul Bernhard, Elmer Witham, .Bob Binzent Ervirt Votteleir, Chris Dahl, Irvin Jensen, Dwanc Johannesen, Everett Witham. Verl Smith, Dwane Hutchinson, William Dorsey and Art Bergum. Others in the picture include Larry Johannesen, Raymond Gardner,'Fred. Johannesen, and Dick Lynch. Others who helped but were not pictured included Mark and Bill Bernhard, Robert Fortney, 0. R. Patterson, Clarence Mem, Clarence Weis, Elmer Hanisch, Carl Jensen, Ronald Jensen, Freddie Jensen and Rickie Johannesen. . : - ' '••..'"• ia Dreyer are on the committee with the leaders, Mrs. Nima Krachtand 'Mrs. Robert Fortney. Installed were; Ann Fortney, president; Patricia Dreyer, vice; Cathy Bergum, sec.; Anna Menz, treasurer; Becky Jensen, historian; and Carrie Bergum,, reporter; Linda Sue Kracht, photographer, and Rosemary Fortney, sgt. New members tare : ..Corrinie Johnson, Joy Andre, Debbie Nyman, Cindy Kabrick, and Ch'eryl Brecse. , Guests were Mrs.. Ted Jentjen, Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Henry; Looft; Hostesses were Becky Johnson, Carrie Bergum, and Rosemary Fortney. Mrs. Henrietta Thompson had the S&iieca Thursday club Friday. A silent auction wasrheld with proceeds to be sent to the Ros-S'uth County Retarded, Chil- Stneea — Food for men who,did a good neighbor deed at Hans Jensen's, Seneca, was prepared and served by the •neighborhood women. Pictured are, left to right, Cindy Jen* sen, Dale .Jensen, Karen Jensen, Mrs. Ervin Jensen, Debbie Johannesen, Mrs. Henry Looft, Mrs. Clarence Weis, Mrs.";Everett Witham, Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Nina Kracht, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, and Mrs. Elmer Witham. Mrs. Hans.Jensen's face in center back is obscured. . . , dren's fund. A,, contribution was made to the JCossuth T3; Assn. Mrs. Henry Lopf't |was birthday member. Bunco furnished .entertainment with 'prizes won by Mrs. Menz, and Mrs. Otis England. The Ohristm,as party will be at the Home Cafe at Ringsted, Dec. 29, 2 o'clock with Mrs. Delrnar Fischer, hostess. There will be a gift exchange. : Mrs. Raymond Bergum, presr idene-elect of the Blakjar .Lutheran Church'Women, ,Rto. Henry Loolit,. .vice, and Mrs.: Edna Johanneson, secretary of Stewardship, attended ,• an Emmetsburg Conference. Work Shop at the Lutheran church at Thompson Nov. 14., Mrs. Looft,, radio chairman, conducted the radio forum. The Alex Rubianos, Romaey, West Va., and Roger Taylors 01 Des Moines, came for their fath- and Mrs. Delorea Letcher, Spener's funeral, Aaron Taylor, Burt, 1 cer Cecil- Champney, Marshall- _ 1 _-' - _J.A_J ."--lit. il-_i- «. ^.hU'A.te.-.t' - . . • ' ' , . ' • , ^... • ••'''• - , •. town, the Myron Gilberts and Gilberts, children, Bartel- Connie Saterns, Forest Victor Frosts ,ahd Mrs. Mrs. Nina Kracht.. Mrs, RiU'biano and daughter will remain here until al't&r the Christmas holidays; .. 7;;v :-;V, / , ...; :; '' Mrs. Nina Kraclvt, Mrs. Robert Fortney and Mrs. , Henry Loofi attended, the first 4-H leadership training Tuesday at Algona. The .lesson was by .Caroline Carlson, extension worker 'and with -Margaret Pratt'hias. charge of- the extension 'program in. Kossuth and Palo Alto coun,ties. This year's is home improvement. The Robert Engstroms'recent; ly visited the Kenneth Thompsons. They had visited the Eton- aid Heierdte and Martin'Charl ; stons, Laramie, Wyo. Gueists at the Kenneth Thomip; sons Nov. '6 for their 25th wedding included the Mervin Hedins, Mallard; Robert Engstroms, Al- gwa, Mrs. Charles Voiks, Al- gone.; Mrs. Dolores Grund'swald, Fort Dodge; the Paul Letdiers Linda, and Richard Bertram Hauge -and Lake Mills; the Carlton sons,» City; Myrtle Frost, Whittemore; Mrs. Lloyd Thomas and boys, Mrs. George Charlston, Marilyn and Delores, Lake Mills; David Frost, St. James, Minn., the Byron Hauges and Terry, and Mrs. Blanche Larsen, Bancrott. The Red Winters, Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Marie Heerdt, Ringsted. The Thompsons had cards irom 13 states in the U.S' and'from Canada. • : ; Mrs. Delores Grundswald, and the Junior Grundswalds, Fort podge, were guests here Saturday for pheasant hunlihg. ' Mrs. Archie Whitman broke a leg just above the ankle, in a fall when she slipped on ice at her home near East Chain, Minn i WSOS meettttg Dec. Church World Service and <uil^ af« due The program on Mission school wli fer Berth* Lttfkifi Mid **-* the* The Wilfred Stoetors recently attended Dads day at- Iowa City as guests of their son, Wayne, who is a junior. They also attended the open house for parents of R.O.T.C. members. Wayne js an army cadet. They also attended the football game with Ohio State. Thursday, Sunday and Monday they wefe guests at Richard Stucki's at Ogden, the Oliver StOebers at Mariihalltown and Gladys Smith's at Webster City. Tony Rahler left Tuesday for induction into the army. Leav- ng from this area were John Idvey and Allen Da'cken of Lone Hock. The group was sent to Texas. . The, Ervin Gremmels left this week for Florida for the winter. St. Luke's Sunday school will legin practice for its Christmas Sve program next Sunday irom until 3:30. Visitors for Thanksgiving at Rev. Bliss's are the Elmer Sasse's and Don Sasse's, Michael and Kevin. The 500 Birthday club met last week Monday with Mrs. Lar ry Ramus at Lone Rock. Mrs. James Meyer won.high and low went to Mrs. Roger Frink. Mrs. Roger Radig was a guest. November birthdays were Mrs. Gerald Langerman and Mrs. Jorald Wailte. They c|scussed plans for their annual New Year's Eve party. • Recent visitoi-s at Dr. E. W Ruske's.was their son, Ward, Le- Grange Highlands, HI. , The Helen Circle of the Femt- on Methodist church met last week at Charlotte Underwoods Coffee strips collected by the group are to be brought to the Th« Ceffet Pot !• «n all.week* tnd during S*nt« Clau> Day* in Algona at Electronic Spfeialtiat , . . come Mo the latnt 19, 21, 23 and 25-Inch COLOR TV tets . , . the elegance of Curti» Math a» and the Unbeatable Admirals. yit the flnett TV and Stereo Mt* backed by years of experience and tix employtM to serve your needs. We're on the Diagonal street where the "Big Tower" it. .ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Call 5-3215 ,, Algona SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" WITH ELECTRIC HOUSE WARES MIXERS Froiri $12.94 ELECTIUC CARYING KNIFE From $13.88 G. E: ELECTRIC BLANKETS From $16.88 CHOOSE FROM NAMES YOU KNOW AND TRUST GENERAL ELECTRIC — SUNBEAM — WEST BEND TRU-TEST — TOASTMASTER — HAMILTON BEACH Beautifully Styled PERCOLATORS From $11.88 TOASTERS .. From $13,99 FRYPANS . From $13.88 CAN OPENER & KNIFE SHARPENER $9.97 BLENDERS ... From $19,97 CORN POPPERS . . $3.98 STEAM or DRY IRON T. 3.88 ^'NORELCO ,-, !;'-•;••;• '/ SPEEDSHAVER REMINGTjON "200" SELECTRO SHAVER f <••'•' " ' '. ' 88 CHRISTMAS CONFECTION DELICIOUS , 2-Lb. Fruit Cake 98 c LENOXWARE 46-pc, Service for 8 Finest MELAMINE 19 ONLY 95 *r 1 SEE US FOR ALL YOUR CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS INCLUDING LIGHTS, ORNAMENTS A DISPLAYS Battery-operated Road Rece Set. Includes everything to put the race on the road! $777 "SADDLE PALS" For Little Cowboys ;'— from $12.99 DOLL CARRIAGES For Young "Mothers" ..„! Irom $ 4.99 CONTEMPORARY DOLL HOUSE With Plastic Furniture _ $ 7.95 ADORABLE DOLLS — All Shapes and Sizes —— from $ 1.87 IRWIN ARMY JEEP — 20" Long - - Realistic only $ 1.88 25" GITARINA — Double cutaway guitar _„ only $1 77 MATTEL WINCHESTER CRRACKFIRE — Action Rifle only $ 4.95 SANTA SUGGESTS: • ICE SKATES • PLUSH ANIMALS • GAMES • TEA SETS • PULL TOYS • BLACK BOARDS • HOBBY KITS • SLEDS « TOY CHESTS BIKES A TRIKES FREE 'TURKEY WINNER — ROGER liOYKEN, ALGONA • DOLL CRIBS • MARX "BUDDING BEAUTY" VANITY • ACTION TRUCKS A CARS • MUSICAL ROCKERS 105 E. STATE ALGONA/ IOWA PHONE 104 Guests TAYLOR'S 8th annual "BEHLEN PARTY" rtCNll II i I i •<•• \tlf-\r l Ih 'i M i t I -TUESDAY, NOV. 29 - All is in readiness for the 8th annual BEHLEN PARTY, sponsored annually each year by Taylor Implement Co. for its customers. Over 103 persons are expected including the men and their wives listed below, plus Taylor Implement Company employees, etc. FREE PRIZES — WONDERFUL MEAL — FAMOUS GUEST SPEAKER. Read below for full program. PURCHASES MADE JAN. 1 TO APR. 15, 1966 James Trauger, Livermore Irvin Harms, West Bend Frank Studer, Clarion Wayne Ostermann, Titonka Byron Naeve, Bradgate Gary Naeve, Bradgate Harlan Bonnstetter, West Bend Eryin Gerber, Algona • Robert Gerber, Algona • Curtis Johnson, Eagle Grove Mervin Bristow, Irvington • Eili Gerber, Algona : Meindert Ullmann, Titonka Cecil Bjustrom, Algona Frank Meyer, Fen ton Jim Haas, Algona Ray Laabs, Long Rock Edmund Otis, Wesley Edward Otis, Wesley Wm. Paeti, Algona David Seller A Mrs, Elizabeth Seller, Algona PURCHASES MADE A*TER APRIL 15,1966 : Dennis Cink, Wesley Jawe R. Gighr, W«sby Earl Banwart, WesKBend ' Paul Voigt, Fenton Don Tieti, Algona Herb Hedlund, Algona Claude Ruark, Algona Beiinie Wibben, Algona Louis Ferstl, Algona A. A. Hildman, Burt Eugene Kelch, Corwith Art Kelch, Corwith Harold Frideres & Son, Ottosen John Hobscheidt, Corwith Charles* Sorenton, Corwith Phil Eischen, Whittemore Z. W. Thomas, Humboldt Jack Scuff ham, Algona Don Usher, Ottosen Fay Schlensyig, Rolfe Alwin Lockwood, Lone Rock Herman Welhouten, Titonka Ernie Habegar, West Bend Frank Becker, Burt Paul Weber, Burt Forrest Rasmussen, Wesley Ray Kehler, Titonka Virgil Spencer, Algona H. R. Pettit, Whittamore Delmar Reding, Algona Francis Froehlich, Algona HERE'S THE PROGRAM, PRIZES TO BE GIVEN — (1) Free trip for one lucky couple to Mexico City. (2) New "Hasty Bake" Charcoal Cookers. ' (3) Rand-McNally World Globes. — Plus Flowers for the ladies and gifts for the men — MUSIC — By Dennis Ketcham, Radio and TV Personality. SPEAKER — Edward McFaul from Chicago, 111. DINNER — A wonderful meal will be prepared by the Algona Country Club. Taylor Implement Co. "Yoyr Srfin Harve$ting Headquarters" ALGONA

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