Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
Page 19
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fl-t H M Ml 14** Around Algona ONIETA DIDRIKSEN 1 1 1 HfrmH44H4+- 1 1 11 .. Phone 29M60S . M i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in> Iowa State graduate • . •'. • . ..'• •' IIP 7 . \: i s. •',<>-,•! Calvin Wadleigh, St. Lou!», Spent the weekend w'nth his father, J. J. Wadleigh, flying to Des Moines and then driving to ALgona, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler left Thursday on vacation, They drove to Marion and spent the night at the home of their son Wayne, then on Friday flew from Cedar Rapids to Detroit to have Thanksgiving with the Mark Oassells, th&ir daughter, Virginia's family, and will remain there for about two weeks. Roy Adams, who had not been in good health for some, time, has been a parent at St. Ann since Monday of last week. forme'r Jean Thorps. Dr. Karl Hoffman returned Saturdaiy from Dallas, Tex., where he attended a meeting of the National Dental Association. Me drove his car to Storm Lake and from there accompanied Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Bridge, to Dallas, Dr. Hoffman will spend Thanksgiving Day at LeMars with his sister and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. L. C. O'Toole. Mr. and Mrs. Glen W. Jenkin- On next Sunday, Nov 27, there will be a family fellowship with a pot luck dinner following the morning worship service at the local Presbyterian Church. Gifts of canned goods brought by Methodist Church school children and members of the church the past two Sundays were taken to the Mission in the Valley ait Fort Dodge early in the week by son left Masqa City by train Moiiday evening eirirouite to Memphis, Tenn., where they are! members of the eighth grade visiting their son Bill, his wife, class taught by Mrs. John, Schutr and their three children. They ter. She and Mrs. A. J. Ricklefs plan to be away about two weeks. Bill's work machines, is servicing office / Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre drove to Iowa Falls Wednesday to spand Thanksgiving witn their daughter's family, the drove the cars which took girls and food to the Mission. Dennis Gahans, home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barnes South Sioux City, visited Saturday with relatives here and in I the LuVerne area. Mr. Barnes is a naphew of Mrs. Marie Ogrenl and will come and Ed Blumer. MISS VIRGEAN BIERSTEDT, daughter of Mrs. Lucinda Bierstedt, Algona, received her Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa State University, Ames, on Nov. 19. Miss Bierstedt graduated from the College of Home Economics, majoring in Child Development - Elementary Education. Attending the ceremony were Mrs. Lucinda Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek and Luaria, Mrs. Herman Leeck, Mr. .and Mrs. James Bierstedt, and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hermanson. Miss Bierstedt plans to teach in the elementary schools after her marriage to Darwin Leek on Nov. 26. ...-.,.-,•••. .: • worshipful master of Prudence lodge ill 1932, how is on a farm near Ptttbrt. Mf< anil MfSi George Yeoman, Mr*. Marie Ogreti and Mrs. Hugh Peirce ,weht to : Hardy Friday attention for the 'funeral'-of Andrew; Clancy, 92, who had been, a neighbor of their faini* lies years ago. In recognition of recent Libr* jy and Book week, the Algona Women's Club met at the Library Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Eighteen members answered roll call by, A Book 1 Have Read ately. Mrs. R. M. Phillips, librar- an, gave a resume of new books on the shelves and gave a short preview of Marcus Bach's latest »he: The Power of Perception. Mrs. Orville Duncan told of new books in the Children's Library and of the work being done in ihafc department. Later the Club toured the Children's Room in lihe Basement. Iowa Stationery for sale by the Club is being handled by Mrs. Asa, president, and Mrs. E. W. Lusby has tablecloths, calendars and towels hemmed by the Blind which are available to the public. Commission Colonel Edward A. Saunders, a Manilla native, received his silv er eagles, insignia of his new rank of Colonel in the U. S Army, during pfomotioit ceremonies held At West Point, N.V. ea>ti§f this month, dol. SatiffcrJ* ers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hafry A. fcundeft, Manito, ti a professor at the U.S. M% ALOONA AOV/ THUHSOAY, NOV. % STAY INFORMED r» >? i 1<I •"• f ' V 1 NEAR Local News Events AT 8:30 - 7:00 - 840 12:16 - SI8NOFF NEWS AT 4:30 PLUS 5 MINUTES OF NEWS AT 10 - It - 2 - 3 - 4 WEEK-DAYS ON L G A 1600 kc Greg Duncan ' arrived home Nov. 15 from San Diego where he had completed his Navy boot training and is spending his leave with his parents,, the Orvill Duncans. He will report at Great Lakes Naval Base on Dec. 2, to enter Gunnery School. ; Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel are driving to Des Moines Thursday morning to celebrate Thanksgiving with the William Lodwicks. Mrs. Lodwick is a" cousin, the kee on Wednesday I Thanksgiving jholiday for with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson drove to Fort Dodge Sunday I an d Mrs. James Morris, afternoon to get the latter's | women are sisters, mother, Mrs. Lottie Wheeler at Friendship Haven and she will theolis,. their son and his wife, the Richard Harveys, Robbinsdale, Mr. The remain with Mrs. Myrtle them this Bickford, an week, old The Activities Board of WSCS and the Parsonage Committee and they were for Thanksgiving Dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Anderson three children. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ferris with son Mark drove to Milwau- w»«sw»^^t«a«m«w^^ noon. Sunday afternoon honoring Rev. | and Mrs. William Noland, giving an opportunity to see; the parsonage which has carpeted •painted and refurnished "since the Nolands, arrived in June More than 150 callers enjoyed the fellowship during the after rici Sam get the best .< SHOP AT HUTZELL'S It's not too early to begin your Christmas shopping — especially at Hutzell's where stocks and selection are complete. Come in now and browse around. Choose from many, many gifts, a few of which are listed below: Mr. and Mrs. Milton G. Norton are spending the weekend at SI Louis Park near Minneapoli with the former's daughter, Mrs W. G. Seidlitz, and her family, heir annual Thanksgiving visit. Typewriters Files Staplers Adding Machines Brief Cases Stamp Books Models "•' Paiht-by-Numbers Bibles Books Albums Games Stationery Skates Basketballs Skis AND MANY OTHER WONDERFUL GIFTS School and Office Supplies ALGONA »a<^'>^»»W<^t^^-»» l ^''Si» i ft»'^'^ C. B. Glasscock who has been iving for more than a year with his sister, Mrs. W. P. Herniphill, has bberi a p'atlen't' 'at 1 'Sit.' &tih f since Thursday of last week, and t is thought he may have suffered a series of light strokes. A brother, Shirley Glasscock, was .0 arrive Wednesday at Mason City by train and will remain with Mrs. Hempmll and their brother for several days. Dick Burt, an elder in the Presbyterian church, and the minister, Rev. Walter Morz, at tended the November meeting o North Central Presbytery held Tuesday at the State Cfeintei Church. Among people from out o town who came for the funera of Russell Cook on Tuesday o last week were: Mrs. Cook' niece and her husband, Mr. an Mrs. Charles Harvey, Minneap Minn:,;'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gill- ngham.'Mrs. William Howie and Mrs!' Wi G. MoDougal, Mason City; the Wayne Sohichtls, Mar shailtown, and the Gary Sohich- tls, Thornton. * v Mr. and Mrs. C. R % . Schpby will entertain on Thanksgivimg Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson, Al gpnia, and the Robert Hicks family, Omaha, who are arrivini Wednesday evening and will re maiii for the weekend. Mrs. Frank Doyle, Ellsworth, called Mrs. Eva Wille on Sunday to report the serious illness of Mrs. Delia Woodiard, at the Webster City Hospital. Mrs. Wood- rd, a sister of Mrs. Wille, and tint of Mrs. Doyle, has one son, viho came from Buena Park, Tm'iMn & n olta yM BmET-HIKEI... + RADIOS + WALKIE-TALKIES + TAPE RECORDERS + INTERCOMS ... and Recording Acce ssories and other Recording devices for Christmas-giving! < Christmas,.ShoSlnq is a Pleasure - ** , i iirfSr^ Jalif., when advised of his motlh- .r's critical illness. Mrs. Doyle came Monday to get Mrs. Wille. yhbSviirVftVifilh "Wttfi her at Ells- irorth in order : to visit her sister ,t the hospital. Mrs. Ann Hanson went to Maton City . Wednesday morning to spend Thanksgiving * with her daugihter's family, the Maurice Mortensons, and will return on. Saturday. At the annual Past Masters' Dinner served Thursday evening at the Masonic Temple, thers were 89 Masons served and among them were 27 Past Masters from Prudence Lodge and neighboring chapters, all of whom were given special recognition. Two of them Homer Anderson, Panora, and Charles Lawson, Boone, took part in the third degree work which followed the .dinner. Homer, who was V JV ' claneon Space Solid itate e Communicators SINGLE LEVER — SOLID STATE YOUR GIFT SELECTION CENTER Paint-By-Number i OIL PAINT SET Cbeic* 12 Brass Finish JEWELRY BOXES I' Crystal-like TOOTHPICK HOLDER 9 brow finUli }*w«lry boxin to 0««<f youf vanity <M drmicr. ChooM 'rvm !hr»t intri* call- designi ami round, obiong ?r oval thapet. Plu&h r«di »elve( lining. Hing*d <over and footod bam. You would «<p<»ct to poy S2.00 foi >uch RECORDER Lowest price ever ... . all transistor circuit, metal case with lid, mik* compartment and dependable quality. Easily portable recorder provides fun for parties and other social affairs. Great for the younger members of the house for a Christmas gift, too. $14.95 AS* Plug-In or Battery I, oblong or 73- loaOipicki on thti tobU? in ihft thorroi<i9 t.ul<fllot» holder. Alto «eke> -xinjiqwr |il»" shelf ornament Onep s pink 2lt f LIMITED QUANTITY Do Your Christmas Shopping Early! - USE OUR GIFT GALLERY CATALOGUE - Perfect for indoor and outdoors, boating, camping, etc. Portable indoor or for sports or business outdoors. Durable plastic case, chrome and operating controls. IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR THE YOUNGSTERS IN YOUR HOUSE TOO. $19.95 pair others at $24.99, 32.50 & $44.95 TAPE RECORDING ACCESSORIES Recording Microphone $1.99 ( Crystal Mike & Phone Pickup $3.45 | Pillow Speaker $ 3 -! 5 Monitor Earphone $ «89 Telephone Pickup $1- 50 Flat Phone Pickup $2.45 ISO* 1 /?" Splicing Tape $ -59 Tape Splicer • $2.75 Capstan Tape Recorder .... $44.95 Others at $13.95 & $22.95 For. Added Convenience — Use Our lay-Away Sailer's Davis Paint Store ALGONA, IOWA Battery or House power AM Table or Portable Radios Exceptional music quality and station selectivity satis fies the most critical listener. Lots of models and prices to choose from. Uses only 4 C-cell batteries. $22.00 Others at S7.95, $23.95* $34.95 r PORTABLE INTERCOM Only $24.99 n. Other units too numerous to mention. • i Yes, Tom's Radio & TV has a wonderful selection of BUD. GET-PRICED electronic items awaiting you this Christmas season . . . tape recorders, transistor radios, accessories, walkit talkies, intercoms, etc. Shop our Radio and TV store this holiday season. — TURKEY WINNER — GEORGE KOESTLER, BURT — TOM'S RADIO &TV STORE 'Your Christmas H««dqu»r»tr* For Color TV & Stereo'

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