Irviirtod folks j r . -, K.-W .„.*-., ' • I tour on a -' Irvlnfton^tlie Robert Blacks and Mrs. Beulah Richardson, of Algona, left Nov. 23 for Rock- told, 111, they visited Robert's sister Ruth Black. Thursday the Blacks went to Oak Park, El., for Thanksgiving at Fred Yeaton's. , Saturday they Went to Glen Ellyn, and visited Robert's brother, the Rev. Everett Blacks. (From Glen Ellyn, they returned 'to Rockford for Saturday night tond returned home Sunday. Mrs Veaton is a sister of Mr .-Black. Mrs. Richardson and Ruth Black took a tour of Chicago Robert Black attended the Inter national livestock Exhibition Mrs. Black and daughters Rober ta and Becky, and Mrs. Yeaton •hopped. They met at the Revolving Cd. Pinnacle for dinner. The-Pinna cle revolves slowly as the custo- .._,-.- Elliott, Iowa City, *nd Idek Patterson, Des Moines, were weekftrtd ViAUors with their rents, th* J. M. Ptftewon*. MM. Fern Outeday, Douds, mother tf Clarence Canaday here, recently spent several days ti the hospital.. She has had severe headaches. The Gerald Frankls, of Sioux City, Neb.. Mid the PM Frankls, Ames, visited the Mike FrankLs during Thanksgiving .weekend. The Uer»W Frtnkls and B. A. Frankls rind the Mike Frankls were guest* at Donald Bormann's Thanksgiving. The Pat Frankls were guests that day at Mason City of the letter's mother. They returned to Ames Saturday. The LeRoy Christiansens .spent Thanksgiving with her brother, the Darrell Slechtas, Denison. Floy Neal,, Colorado Springs, Colo., left for home Saturday after visiting here two weeks. Mrs. Ronald Waldera and son Robert, who left here July 10 for an extended visit with Lt. Tom Waldera, Columbus, Ga., returned Saturday. He is stationed at Fort Benning, Pfc Ronald Waldera is in Viet Nam, and is due back in the States in April or mers dine, and they are able to see all parts of .Chicago. The Pinnacle is on the 34th floor of the Holiday Inn: COME FOR HOLIDAY Robert Eischen went,to Atchison, Kans., Noy: 23»to bring five students from St. Benedict's col- ' lege for the Thanksgiving weekend. They were \Steve" Eischeh; son of the 'Robert Eischens; Bill < Milder, son of ,the Jinx Milders; Mike Boekelman, son 1 of the Al Boekelmans;, Randy, Kollasch, son of the E. J. Kollaschs; and ' Phil Bormann, son' of -the Clar- May. 4-ALOONA Haws) ADVAMCt THURSOAV, OtC. 1, OfTS B Mr. and DEGREE Mrs. Ernest Bgel i once Bormanns. Sunday. They returned , VISITS WASHINGTON , , , <Mrs. Margaret Kent,; Algona, ; spent Monday.' night with her < sister-in-law, Mrs! Mary.1 >M!cMar hon, Garner./and left fromtMa- • son City airport Tuesday, for Washington/ D. C., ,for -a week with a son, the-Lewis Kents, and i a daughter the PaiiJ Currens. The Currens were ^married recently. The .John Jennings, Sexton, wilLstay at, the-Kent home. " \ -—^-'W , The Robert Skillings were , Thanksgiving' 'guests' of .their JK>n, the Dewey Skillings; Algo!,na. Mrs. Jim Burns,'''mother of 1 Mrs. Dewey Skilling; was' also a .guest. ,Mr..Burns is in Veterans Tlianksgiving guests at Francis McDonnell's, Algona, were .the* Joe McCortnells, Armstrong, the Donald McConnells, Nemaha, Floy Neal, Colorado Springs, Colo., the Danny McConnells, Paiil Helgeson and VickiMcCohr nell, Des Moines; Wm. Robisons, and the Ray Metzens: ,' i Corning Wednesday/for the ek^with their parents, the Wm. Boidridges, 'Algona, were the Maurice Coakleys and Bob Boldridge, Des Moines, and Mary' Boldridge, MinneapoUs. Thanksgiving guests at Lawrence 'Miller's v >were the Victor Applegates, Ames, Derryl tzes, i Eyansdale, Robert Apple- gates, Atlantic, <the Rev. Ben Gauls, Peterson, and Mrs. Nell Potter, Algona. 'The Tony Sorensens spent Thanksgiving with a daughter the Duane Burnetts, Rudd. : Among guests at Willard Gregson's, Algona, were the Clarence Cahadays, Mrs. Margaret Kent family, Steve Cana days and Russell Canadays. ; JudyColeman was a guest a1 J*ohn Romer's,, Algona. The Verl Pattersons were Thanksgiving guests at Oliver Huntley's,^ Clarion- Guests .at A. J. Eastman's Britt, were, the Toby Eastmans the Carroll Potters, Kenirteth spent a recent weekend at Ames with their son, Phillip, his wife and son Mike. Phillip received liis B. S. degree in Engineering Operation and left November 21 for Horse Head, N. Y., where he will be at Painted Post with the Ingersol Rand manufacturing company which deals in air liandling manufacturing. Phillip will be Project engineer and will live at Horse Head, only twenty miles from the plant. Following the graduation exercises, the Ernest Egles, Phillip and family, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Goodenow and their exchange student, Sigfried Wolm, of Germany, and Mrs. John Goodenow, of Battle Creek, Iowa had dinner alt "Richards" cafe alt Ames. ..••.....' ;• ••: WEDDING DINNER OBSERVED Mr. and Mrs, Art Leek were hosts for 41 relatives at a dinner in honor of their son, Darwin's marriage to Virginia Bier- stiedt oh Sunday. They ; were married Saturday evening at Trinity Lutheran church. The couple left Sunday evening for Atlanta, Ga. where he is stationed^ with Ariny- Intelligence. Attending the dinner were: the Darwin -Leeks, James Bierstedts, Fred Bierstedts, Gertrude Faulstich, Chert Baker, Gene Paul- stichs, Ida Leek, Ranney Leeks, William Leeks and Vern Leeks, Algona and the Lewie Frasers and the sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Roy Druttim, of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. James Kildow of Prairie Village, Kan, were here to celebrate fhe ahnivetsary. CARD CLUB HOSTESS : Mrs. Milton Dahl will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening, November 30. This • is a Christmas party, the wttnen will eat at a cafe and then go to her home for cards and gift exchange. . BAPTIST WOMEN MEET Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday af tcrnoon, December 1. Mrs. Rus sell Medin will be in charge an< other hostesses will be Winona Laws, Gretohen Hattie Hieter. Bowman an< WSCS MEETING Women 'of W.S.C.S. will 'the meet Methodist Thursday December .1 for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Lawrence Miller and .Mrs. Jerry Payne are chairman and co-chairman. FELLOWSHIP LUNCHEON The Congregational Women Fellowship luncheon will be held Thursday, December • 1. at wrviceifor ' '• ' ? • Frank Grant W««ky — Wesley relatives who attended the funeral of Frank Grant, 52, in St. Patrick's Catholic church at Britt Saturday included Mrs, Theresa Foertsch, Rosemary,, John and Bill, OUie and Ahgeline Foertsch, Art Ricke, Ed Hildman, Beatrice Hildman, Irwin and Clare Httd man, Urban Neuroth, LeRoy Ric kes, and John Muehes. Mr. Grant died of a heart attack in the Britt hospital. Burial was In St. Joseph's cemetery, at Wesley. Mrs. Grant is the former Madelian Foertsch, Their six sons and five daughters and their families attended the tu- neraL One son Bill came from Viet Nam. v COME FOR HOLIDAY Students home for the holiday weekend included Nadine Engen, Cedar Rapids; Dick Jonge- vaard, Jeanne Nelson, of Iowa City; Rose Ricke, VicKi Detmer- ng, Lori Funnemark, Ray Stevens, Francis'Hildman, Mason Ci,y; Helen, Ruebeii and Daniel Skow, Ames; Ronnie Johnson, of Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mike Lickteig and Ronnie Roat, Dubuque; Marilyn Skow and Linda uetmer- ing', Cedar Falls; James Walker, Grand Forks, N.'. "IX;. Mary Jo Becker, Mankato, Minn.; , Don it MaAOft City Saturday and Sun^ day. Mrs. Bode is a district deputy. . T\ • and members of the bo*fd of director* tftd wives fe Farmers CMvop. Llevator Co. will have their Christmas party at the Johnson House!, Algona, Friday. the Legion. Auxiliary will have its annual Christmas party Wed- hestiay, Dec. 7. A pot uictt lunch Will He held and each member Will give »0 cents for gilts to be bougnt and;sent to woodwaru for men and women. •' , Lori Funnemark spent the Nov. 20 weekend at Waverly VIA MemecKcs , nonte and wde Five former dinner at Ai s Place were Ms. /iiileii K6at Mrs. 27imk-,TOItUFA«M IMC**-" The wist of LakOta, will be sold at the kotsuth, Courity courthouse next Thursday, bee. ft at 10 a.m. to, the highest JIM* i-e Algols ton. JJ* ice^Vitatnum Luuwig, S>t, Benedict Airs. Uiartene ix>wns K^ mg, Uarner, artd Mrs. Joan Kn- e£LcwVvMiey,'itey played News of Minneapolis, Herb Leeks, Toledo and Bob Basley, Ames. hospital in-Des Moines. , Mrs..Florence Colwell and brother Claude Fowler, Ifvington, were: Thanksgiving guests Mrs.-Marie Colwell, Algona. of Patty Schulz spent Thanksgiving with her parents the Jack Schulzes. She attends Cedar Ftolls teachers college. Thanksgiving guests at Clarence Siemer's were their daughter; the Jim Gattons and Amy, Phil Arndorfers and Jane, and Robert Arndorfers. Mrs. Sterner is a sister of Phil Arndorfer and Robert is'the son of-the Phil Arndorfers. , Thanksgiving guests at •.Dean Culbertson's at Lone Rock were the Durwood Walkers, Leonard Hansens, the Charles Reapers, Irvington, the Albert Harms family, and the,Donald Hansens, of Algona. ; The Durwood Walkers were callers Sunday with Durwood's sister,, the Lewis Broesders, at Potters, and the Gerald Colemans. / • ' • • .1 The Ronald Safoins were Thanksgiving guests at Phil Neshi- em's, DCS Moines. \' The Gerald Schmitts had as Thanksgiving guests, the Clarence Arbogasts and Adrain, and Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Fenton, the Eugene Huskamps, Ringsted, and Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Algo- Lone Rock. Mrs. Vernqn Klein began work Monday at the Sears store in Algona, ;_ Mrs. John Dole is working ptrt time at the Good Samaritan rest home in Algona. Thanksgiving guests at 'Bern ard Capesius's were the Charles Colwells, St. Benedict, Mrs. John Crehain and Carol and Leslie Ann, San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Crehan and children left Friday by plane for San Francisco, after a; few days with her parents, the Bernard Capesiuses. Mrs. Marie Frankl is visiting her son, the Donald Frankls, in Mmnieapolis. The Mark Scearoys, Truman man, Minn,, were Sunday visitors at Clarence Ganaday's. The John Jennings, Sexton returned Monday from Shenan doah alter 'ten days with the Dor Jennings family. Clarence Canaday recently gave a pint of blood for Ira Duf ton, an ulcer patient at St. Ann hospital Mr. Dutton, who was in serious condition, is improv na. Herbert Rosenau, Irvington, went,to Lakota,Sunday for the day with his brothers, Lloyd arid Alvin Rosenau. * ' ' V West Bend C.D.A. to havt party West B«nd — The C. D. of A Ihristmas party will be hek Dec. 11 at 6:30 Husbands and guests are invited, .Helena Lau >enthal and Gertrude Faber are chairmen with Gen. Runchey and Mary Anita Montag in charge of entertainment. On th committee are Betty Montag (•Catherine Zeimet, Bernadin Girres, Loretta Fogarty, Minerva Montag, Evalyn Stetzel, Margare Burns, Agnes Waechter,' Lillian Tomey and Eleanor Rhue. DUPLICATE BRIDGE The next meeting' of the Algona -Duplicate Bridge Club will be held at 7:45 •<p.m:, Monday, Dec. ,5,, at the American Legion Building. Everyone is urged to aittjend, bec^uses .this is Master Point; nlfiht; 'VVin i hers atj the Nov. 21 session were ! as follows: • Jst: Helen Laing and Jackie Muller. -H,;f : - ';'7 :;•;.• ••'" 2nd. Katiherine- Gilmore and Mrs. Frank Zender. 1 3rd. Mrs. John Altman and Heidi Ferguson. 4th. Mrs. Roy Ooslow and Mrs. Harold Jacobsbn, Britt. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER A miscellaneous shower is to given Monday • evening, December 5 at 7:30; p.m. at the Presbyterian church for Mary Ann Sigabee whose marriage to >avid Rasmussen of Burt will take (place December 30. Host- e-^ses are Darlene Feaster; Elsie fludson v Clara Hobson, Ethel Lx)ss,' Lola, Mabel, Dorothy Muckey, Helen Pratt, Helen See ley, Ruth Sigsbee, Vaunita Ren tz, and Mid Waller. Each guest is requested to bring a recipe. Circle 1 will bs in charge. Devotions will be given by Benora Harcey. 40th WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wood, Whittemore, will observe their 40th wedding on Sunday, December 4th with a family dinner. No open house is planned. • UPW MEETING The general meeting of the United Breisby tertian Women will be held Thursday, Dec. l<af 1:30 p.m. Topic, "At The Begin ing". Circle B in charge. SEWING CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Roy Hutzell is entertain ing her Knit and Saw club Thursday afternoon.; Mrs. Herbert Haas will *bi iiostess to her bridge cluil Thursday afternoon, Decemiib'er 7.:.. ; :'. ,"' -'•.• •,. • Potthoi'f, Emmetsburg; Dick ana Bob ' Bleich, Esther viUe." Also borne were Carol Roat, who teaches in Columbia Hedgnts, Minn,; Margaret Fiom, l«t. Dodge; Don- 1 na Bleich, Moline, 111.;/Barbara Leek, Cedar Rapids; Mavis Nygaard, Oilman. RETURN FROM TRIP i The.L. H. Kleins returned- on Thursday from a plane trip to the west coast. Enroute they visited their daughter Diane, the Bob Bakers and two sons in Denver, Colo. At La Jolla, Calif., they were guests at' his brother Vine Kleinpeter's and liis sister, the Dr. Leon Smiths., Thie three Vine Kleinpeter's sons,, Larry and Don and families, and Dean, all San Diego, joined the relatives in La Jcila for a reunion.' The Smiths daughter Joan Pat on and family also titte With a roommate trom her tresn- man year at Wartburg college tnere. Lori now attends North Iowa area commercial college, at Mason City. The Uene Albrechts and four daughters ana ins motner, Mrs. Marina Aibrecht, RocxweU City, Were Friday,guests kt the Jonn Hauptman home, '', Clarence , Bird, Woden, and Mrs. Kicnard McVey, i*ui- faio Center, called at Mrs. Mary Peter's Nov. 20. Mrs. Peters, had as Thanksgiving guests tne Harry Peters ramiiy and Julius and /uma Funnemark. The Chas. Vestrems and Jackie and her mother Mrs. OUve Erdman were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. Vestrem's mother in Estherville. The Barbershop Extravaganza will be given at the Garrigan gym in Algona Thursday. Profits will be used for the betterment of vjthe Garrigan band. 'Betty Ricke, employed by the Safety Council' in Los Angeles Calif., spent the Nov. 20 weekend at the parental LeRay Ricke's. Kay Hilbsrt, who is employed in a bank there, lives with Betty. , The .Chas. Vesta-ems and her mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman, at tended; the Messiah ait Luther college, Decorah, Saturday. They visited the Loweir Erdmans am Diane Robinson, who attend the college. They returned Sunday o*rds at the Luawig home The Merle Losses were day guests at item Loss's, Al' gona, Sunday. The Jim Walmsleys, ... City, and Leonard Arndorfers were InanksgiVing guests at *•!• mer Dougnau s. i/an ATivdorier, Jeoar Kapids, was also a guest. The Neighborhood Birthday club will have a Cnristmas party Dec. 14 with a tttfO dinner at Al's Place. They will spend the evening at Orviiie Smitn's. The women will reveal secret sisters in the gift exchange and names will be urawn for next year. The Joe Goetzes have a new grandson, Jeffrey John, born on Nov. 23 at the tfritt hospital; to Paul and Marlys Goetz. They were brought home, Saturday The Kellys now .have two sons and two daughters. ON LAW PANEL Russell G. Buchanan will be one of the speakers at the 27th annual tax school of the low State Bar Association at Des Moines Dec. 1-3. He will serv on a panel Saturday to answe lawyers' -questions' with emphas is from the viewpoint of th taxpayers' counsel. Other pane members are Elmer M. Jone Burlington, Arley J. Wilson Marshalltown, and Professo Willard H'. Pedrick, Universit of Arizona law school. LuVERNE LIVE WIRES New officers installed by the LuVerne Live Wires NoV. 2d are i)iane Curry, pres.; Linda Lof« tus, vide; " anaroh , Shoiey, sec.* reporter! Heather brainerd, treas.; Peggy Shaw, historian. 1,116 Christmas party will be Dec. 10. Lunch was served by Mrs, John Voss Jr. Too Late To Classify ,„ SALE — 1962 Volkswagen Deluxe, clean. 295-2018, Le,b Carman. 94-96-96* WANTED — Set of WalMe-Talk- ies. Phone 5-319B after 6 p.ni. > 10w94tfh FOR SALE — Tried Hampshire boar irom Dale Westre herd. Ray Laabs, Lone Rock. 12w94 CARD OF THANKS — We wish to extend our- most sincere and hearttelt thanks to friends and relatives for the floral and spiritual bouquets, cards, food <ma every one who helped in every way following the death ot qur beloved one. The family of Hattie Shaser. i*4"' The N. F. Webeirs spent sev EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE OARD OF THANKS — 1 would like to thank my doctors (Schutter & Koob) and all the staff at St. Ann for the fine care I received while hospitalized. Also to the Algona Fire Department for .gifts received and for all the calls, visits and cards irom my friends, relatives and neighbors. Ralph Elbert. 53w94 The Rebekah lodge is hayiig a Christmas party December'' 6 at Van's. There will ba. an ex- 2nd BIRTHDAY Hugh Qlack gave a dinner party 'Sunday evening at Vans' in honor of the second birthday of his daughter Carolyn. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg, Mrs.v George Rain, Maribel, and J. C., Mr. and Mrs, Martin Nim- back and Mr, Pruisman, of and Mrs. Frank Sexton and the and Mrs. Charles Hard- The program was given Mr. «nd Mr*. Fr.d H. Erickton and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley, LuVerne, attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. August Hushka, Nov. 20 at Renwick. Mr. »nd Mrs. Fr«d H. Erickion attended the 25th wedding an niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Kreitlow at Rows, Sunday. Mrs, Erickson presided at the guest bqok for her sister, 'the former Luella Senenfelder. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE honoree's brother, Jimmie and slater Louise, Mr, Kain was out of town, Carolyn's birthday is November 28, CHURCH WOMEN MEET Monday, November 28 the regular monthly United Presbyterian Women's Executive Board meeting in the Fireside room at 2 o'clock. That evening at 7:30 o'clock the Guild Circle met. Hostesses were Mrs. Glenn Jones, grove. by Mrs. Henry Furst and devotions by Mrs, Marc Moore. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess to her hiirthc|iy dluib Wednesday evening, December 7, The anniversary of Esther Helberg will be observed. December 14 'Mrs. Post will be hostess to another birthday clUb at Which time there will be a gift exchange. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. Ernest EgeJ's birthday change of gifts after the dinner. Almanac (Continued from Page 1) erett Clements, Algona, Ford p/u; Larry Dean Pingel, Ledyard, Ford Trk.; Arlene Doris Meyer,. Eunore, Ford; Andrew J or Grace Gollner, Algona, Cad.: Marvin Wayne Wibben, Elmore. Chev,;"Freddie or Laura Mae Eden, Wesley, Chev.; Patricia Ann GUbride, Algona, Plym.; Sandra Joy Gray, Buffalo Center, Volks; Carl V. Froehlich, Wesley, Plym.; Fridolf Carl or Lurella Wessel Soderberg, Burt, Oad.; Warren Leigh or Ardis N. Jones, Fenton, Chey.; Richard Robert Kain, Algona, Ford; Drs. Waite & Waite, Fenton, Plym,; Gerald James t or Evelyn June Ollom, Algona, Plym.; Ralph Donald Schipull, of Wesley, Ford. Fred Blumer, LuVerne, Ford; Victor Martin Parsons, Algona, Ford; Ronald L. or Karen A. Olien, Lakota, Chev,; Rev. James A, Bruch, Algona, Buick; Arnold W. or Mary G, Hanson, Fenton, Ford; Bernard Theiodore or Ann Looft, Swea City, Ford; Frank Rotterinan, Elmore; Chev.; John Francis Forbes, Algona, Ohev,; Don Larry or Susan Jo Legore, Algona, Buick; Edmund Ferdi' nand or Hazel Edna Larson', of Burt, Buick; Henry Edward or Mildred Eleanor Dahlhauser, of West Bend, Plym.; John A. Km- mersmeier, Ledyard, Buick; Rqth Franiois or Francis Leroy McMa- CHRISTMAS PARTIES The annual, K. :& H. Oil Co. Uhristma.5 paity 'will. ba held' on Dec. 6 at tha Country Club in Algona. Prairie Neighbors Christmas party will be held at Al's Lounge Tuesday, Dec. 6. Following the dinner 500 will be played. St. Joseph's Guild will meet Dec. 20 with a pot luck dinner at' 6:30. The C. D. A. Christmas party will be held Dec. 13. the the Thanksgiving guests at parental Leo Goetz's were Dennis Vitzthums, Estherville, John DeLanders, Minneapolis; and Jerry Judges, Boone. Mrs. Tilhe Matz spent the hol- in Spencer,, car- granddaughters, was observed a few days ago|tard, Algona, Buick. hon, Algona, Buick; Ralph Wm Lindhorst, Algona, Olds; Edwin George or Edna L. Hanseljnan LuVeiiie, Dodge; Leonard Frank Madden, Armstrong, Dodge; Andrew Donaldson Crawford, Algona, Merc.; Alton Marion Quin iday weekend ing for her Charlotte and Kim, while their mother Rose Marie Matz had ma- for surgery at Iowa City. The Bill Robinsons, Madison, Wis., spent NOV. 24-26 at the parental Clair Robinson's, Other Thanksgiving guests were the [>arrell Robinsons, Decorah, and the Earl Robinsons, rural Algo na. Another son Marion, Gardenia, Calif,, phoned and reported lie expects to be sent to the Pacific area soon. He is in the army." The H. E. Hemmingsens spent the Thanksgiving weekend at their daughter, the I. D. Rosheim's, Madison, Wis. • The Gary Ludwigs moved recently from St. Benedict into the Methodist parsonage'which they have rented, The August Studers had their 500 club Sunday. Prize winners were Lou Licktedg, Elmer Doughan, Mildred Arndorfer and Marie Doughah. The Elmer Dou- ghans have the group Dec. 4. The Herman Bodes spent Wednesday to Friday with the Frank Smiths in Rockford, 111. Mrs. Laura Richter spent the holiday weekend at her daiugji ter, the id Dusolds, Mason City Mrs. Mary Bode attended a state workshop for district deputies and state chairmen of the Catiiolic Daughters of America little girls prepare for the busy pany SMSOI with punch-ond-cookii fashions that look dtltct«Mf any holiday confection. Moms choosi wisely IH By * JOSEPH LOVE * CINDERELLA SHEAK "Womens and Fashions"
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