Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 28, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 28, 1966
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(Iowa) AOVANCB* MONDAY, NOV, 2ft, 1966 Bear Facts By Suian Elbert and Rae Ann Kollasch At the season of Thanksgiving 'passes, let us remember that one day is not sufficient to give thanks for the opportunity of learning, being well-fed and being alive, our poverty- clothed and just Many people in stricken world are not as fortunate as we. The CSMC Club collected clothing for the Indian missions in South Dakota. These children are hungry and ragged, living in one or two-room log cabin shacks. Do we 'take things for granted? Thanksgiving should be part of every day. —GHS— GHS hangs out its "Welcome Back" shingle as Mrs. Henry El bert returns to the office at SCHOOL Mrs. Elbert will take Pat Reding's place, and again we extend a hearty "Welcome back!" —GHS— Ruth McEnroe, senior, merited fifth place in the annual "Make It Yourself With Wool" district contest at Mason City. In the senior division, Ruth was judged on workmanship, b'aauty of design, co-ordination of design and fabric with the individual, and appearance in fashion. Her garment was examined both on and off the contestant. Congratulations, Ruth. —GHS— November 16, seniors were able to participate in the Air Force Aptitude Tests. Girls as well, as boys took the test. —GHS— "Good Luck" goes to the Bears on their opening game November 29 with Fort Dodge High and December 2 with Bancroft St. John's. —GHS— See you at the Barbershop Extravaganza December 1, at 9HS! •-,;.- -i ,, -* ,,: ..** -, Mervin E. Gardner from Wai nut Creek, Calif., spejit a weak with his mother Marguerite Gardner and brothers and sis ters. He is Flight Engineer for T.W.A. out of San Francisco. given at Burt for Jane Mitchell -\ Burt—A miscellaneous shower for Jane Mitchell was given Nov. 19 at the Burt Methodist church. Judy Mitchell was registar. Mrs. Elsie Winter poured. Corsages were presented to Jane Mitchell, Mrs. Benita Mitchell and Mrs. Marian Boyd. Mabelline Lovstad was narrator In a play with muiic by Lorraine Campney. Mabelline Lovstad road a poem. Assisting with gifts were Judy Mitchell, Susan Lovstad and Sandra Lovstad. Hostesses were Loreta Lichter, Thecla Ohristensen, Lillian Fredrickson, Shirley Lovstad, Beulalh Davis, Lorraine Campney, Vera Sdiwietert, Toots Hoppus, Beth Miller, Wantalee Hawcott, Selma Lappe, Clara Reynolds, Ruby Hinckley, Grace Ackerman, Genevieve Graham, Geneveve Spry, Janice Schaeller, Ethel Smith; Mabaltine Lovstad, Mary Jean Andrews, Esther Miller. She will marry Norlin Boyd Dec. 18 at 5 p.m. at Burt Met.no- dist church. They will live in Iowa City. by the brass quartet, Janet Becker, new baritone, Kevin Ffaser, rtenibofle, Becky Cranston» cor- rtet, Debby Kohhaas, trumpet Members of the club are selling Zip Code books at $1 each. SERVICES FOR BABY Graveside rites were held Tuesday for Timothy Ray Woltz, infant son of the Michael Wolte- es. Rev. Bruce Galbreath officiated. He was born Monday at the hospital in Spirit Lake and lived 12 hours. Survivors include his parents and brother, Matthew, grandparents, the Milfred Woltzes and Howard Redemski's, Algona, his great grandparents, the E. R. Woltzes, great grand mother the Adams and great- grandfather, Redemski's. HURT IN ACCIDENT Karen Steward Bringman is a patient at Mercy Hospital accident Tuesday. She , passed a truck and hit a wet spot' on the blacktop and the ca* WiA lttfe* the ditch. The car is * total lo*8 and She has & heck injury with passible cracked Vertebra. Her soil, Timothy was not ittjtlfed. Safen Steward and Richard Bringman were married pet 27 and live in Kalona. Mrs. Nell Opheim and . . Stebbiris of Sexton cattle Wednesday for Johnny Opheim'* 6th birthday at his home. Burnadine Ophelm, Dawn and John acconv panied them Wednesday for Thanksgiving. Guests at Walter Steward's Thanksgiving were the •• Cedl Stewards, Hazel Crest, ill.; Les* ter Stewards, Southfield, Midi.; Eugene Stewards, Minneapolis; Mrs. Clif Abbas and Janice, Cross Lake, Minn.; Roger Stewards, Madrid; Perry Steward, Montezuma, Shirley Ryan, Williamsburg; Ray Millers Estherville and Gary Abbases, & Michael New Orleans; La., who;pamc • a week ago. Guests Nov. 24 at H, J. Lacy's were, the Donald Hutchinsons and Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rich- afdsons, Algona and K. J. Smith's of Surt. The Ervin Utses and Ed Foer- stoh's attended the funeral of frank Grant, 52, Britt Nov. 26. rte is a former Burt resident. He is survived by his wife, 11 children and 12 grandchildren. Guests Thanksgiving at Ervin Ulses's home were the Roger Ulseses and Randy, Fenton, and Daniel Zauggs, Ames. Rosemary Zaugg is employed at the 1st National bank Where there are 35 employees. Daniel Zaugg is a sophomore in engineering at Ames. IT & I Circles toured Fairmont Nov. 21. They visited the Kiehl Bakory, Gilmore Works, ami Mallon Egg and Produce Co. and had dinner at Searles Cafe. Also attended open house at the Sweet Shop. On the tour were Adella Ulses, Magdalene Oftman, Ve*a Schwieteft, Evelyn Angus, Max* ne AnguSj Elsie Junketmeieif', 'forma Juhkermeier,. MalioH Westlihg. Guests Nov. 24 at Homer: Sab> ih's were Mrs. Mef ton Steward and Aouglas, Ames, the Wayne Manns and Ambed 4 Matttt, Esther Ville. Supper guests .were the Kenneth Lloyds, Crystal Lake. Mrs. Ronald Jurgens reported $108.65 collected by the workers on the Red Cross drive in the town of Burt. Guests Thanksgiving at Elwyn Stenael's were Mrs. Glenn Rinehart, Mason City; Mrs. Audrey Baumgatitner, Cindy and Vicki, LuVerne, the Clyde Priebe's and Kimberly, Algona; Bruce Haiig lunds, Mankatop Richard Ned veds, Max, Todd, Tony, Chris Gilmore City; Don Rineharts Brad, Barry, Tracy, Britt. Guests Thanksgiving of Lulu Hawcott and Selma Clifton were the Wallace Hawcotts, Kenneth Hawoott, Mrs. Ett* Hotdren and Mrs. GUdys Hawcott, The Floyd Dremmels, Aurora, Ifl,, -were mm*— •« lift LET US HELP/ JLAA^II"'**'**' ' ; in Ai^biHu j ?i .^^^g^^^^gj Wrl. f ' ju< v* • K«Mw • Myef« H E A T I W ( 'T 1 REPAIRS - INSTALLATIONS - BEMODHJH H. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heatiig Phone W5-MJ4 | if- 119 S. Dodge Algone, Iowa SANTA CLAUS COMING Lions Club met Nov. 21 at the Legion Hall. The 6:30 dinner was served by Auxiliary committee Genevieve Graham,' Elsie Wint- r, Helen Wermers, Wilma Fairbanks. Special guest was Lions district Governor Fred Missal, Garner. Ronald Gardner was initiated imto the club by President Michael Scott. Lion Lacy reported on calendar sales. Lion Hilton reported that plans for Pancake day Dec 3 .has been completed. Tentative date for Santa Slaus day has been set for Dec. 17, with Chairman Hanson and Cranston helping. Lion Spry reported Spry, Hawcott, Scderberg and Lacy helped Lion Pratt put on his storm windows and a few odd jobs Saturday morning. At the December meeting the wives will be guests at dinner served by the.Band Mothers club at the schoolhouse. BAND MOTHERS MEET Band Mothers club met Thursday in the band room. Mrs. Virginia Becker presided. Plans made to serve "the"-annual Lions Club Christmas guest day dinner *at fch'e 'schoblhduse Dec. 19?Char lotta Laippe, Algona Band Festi val Queen, gave a talk, and wa presented an engraved crown oharm for her bracelet. Band Director Paul Espe reported the new baritone horn had arrived. Several selections were played |f youVe looking for a mot^profitobk inv«$tmenit for your r«Mrv« fund*, tWt If no bttter time to think about placing th«n with u«, H«re they are safe, at hand »f needed, and earning consistently the best return in town. Funds placed with us by Jqnuary 10th will earn a full year's income. Current Dividend Rate \ Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Account! Fully Imureo 1 to $1$,OOQ Save from the lijth-^Barn frojoft ttie Is! SINCi If 17 '*- ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by the Federal - - • " , . " "" t Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. I N b U R t 0 ALGONA STO Open 12 Nights For Your Shopping Convenience 1966 DECEMBER 1966 n » K '» <r*^ 27 28 29 30 31 $^ , , ,.-•":>, ; > IV ^P«| ' •- I"-'- . ^^M • J ^>-^*" < '*ri > I Christmas ShoPWnaiJ a o THIS MESSAGE BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FOLLOWING ALGONA MERCHANTS: MANUFACTURERS Universal AAanurdcturing Co. FURNITURE OFFICE SUPPLIES Bjustrom Furniture Co. Read's Furniture & Carpets, Inc. Foster's CLOTHING & SHOES ENTERTAINMENT Algona A Starlite Theatres. Tell Paul's DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Marshall & Swift Cleaners Modern Dry Cleaners AUTOMOTIVE HARDWARE Coast-to Coast Stores Gambles Frederick Hardware Store FINANCIAL The Chrischilies Store . Christensen's Style Center Grahams Department Store Leuthold Williams (Hub Clothiers) Kirk's Shoe Store J. C. Penney Co. 5 4 L Co. $heakley$ Shi Its Brownbilt Shoe Store lender's DRUG STORES Honsbruch Prug Rusk Drug & Jewelry Viking Oil Co. Day's Garage Jack's O. K. Tire Service Kossuth Motor Co. Taylor Motor Co. Percival Motors APPLIANCES » TELEVISION Iowa State Bank The Security State Bank Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. VARIETY STORES 4 TV Electronic Specialties North Iowa Appliance Center SEWING MACHINES Nfrth lewe Sewing Machine Co. . Bomgaars Ben Franklin Harrison's Variety SPECIAL SERVICES Algona Advance Aigona Greenhouses Consolidated Co-op. Creameries North Central Public Service Co. Post Transfer Co. The Smoke Shop Ludwig's Caff Reid's Laundry ft Cleaning Village JEWELRY Sharp's Jewelry Wiltgen Jewelers Dean's BUILDING Algona Plumbing & Heating Carson'» for Color Cowan Corp. Funk Plumbing & Heating P. R. Irons Heating & Plumbing Laing Heating & Plumbing Miller Lumber Co. Saiter's Davis Paint Store Sherwin-Williams Color Center United Building Centers, Inc. FARM EQUIPMENT Algona Flour & Feed Co. Joe Bradley Buscher Bros. Taylor Implement Co. Ernie Williams Algona Implement Algona Product

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