Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
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as Fall is held .1 '', i est fiend ._, Luther* held at at WeSt ly bega followed by Rev. " The, w and a-; wh6 ,w Rally. Wilbu zonk gave, a - tribirted chairman who exceeded membership goals for Id66. Don Buthmairm, Estherville, was district representative. He is also the' district Lutheran Hour Ch&rmahi. They voted a gift of $100* to' Fall Rally of the LayffiaHs League was ira Lutheran church Nov. 20. The Ral* wfth a! 6:30 banquet by Opening devotions •meier, West Bend. was by West Bend _>onse by Whittembfe be host to the Spring Roeber, Whittemore, bership -chairman . &rt and pins were dis- to local ' .membership finding Society at Fort Dodge. ] Speaker was Professor Enter- tus.Dr. Alffed Kehwinkle, Concordia Seminary, at St. Louis, Twefily five mehibefsr of H League Were present. The William Hanteltnah'S, Emil Biefstcdts, 'feehtiie Befklkhds, Vifc Striieckers, Rev. Rex gplcer, Sal-old Bitters, Calvin Vaxidts, Brvin Borcharts, James' Meyers (2one president), John Strueck- ers, B* 'Mteyerc, Mrs. Helena Luedtke; -Ray and Mafcel Hee- the Lutheran' Home TRIP IS HALTED The Ervin/Grenlmels were on their .way , to,, Florida last* week itMe>ce$ed in Illinois 1 where' thleV wer»3 Mr. Gr&ntmel's-. mother ttM needed further surgery. They returned hohie' and •'•the surgery was completed. Mrs., Grenunels remains oh the critical list so the Gremmels have not returned to the South waiting her improvement Last Sunday the Paul Eiglefs and Larry Gades attended a Christmas party at the Hanford Ho- Thanksgiving guests at the Paul Eiglefs wef€ the George Murphy's, John and Teresa, independence. Mo., And Mfs. Ret' ;ft Eigkr, Weekend visitors of the Eiglers were the Arlitt Hohl- weses and Bob, Roscoe, 111. Thanksgiving guests at Sclileis were the Ed Sdilels, HLardld Schleis and Steven, Al' len Hall, Audrey BergUm, Lin* da Hall, Algona, the Edwin "Jostens, Klemme, and Don Ber- hows, Webster City. The Donald Shaws, Mrs. E. J. Frank and Art Swafisons, Taylors Falls, Minn, "recenitly attended, the ytedding in Water- Ipo of Michael Rogers, Des ftfiirines. Mrs. Frank remained at Mi's. Howard" Raibe's, Cedar' Falls, for a few days; The Arlan StegeiiS, of Cedar Falls, were guests Friday at Clifford Douglzis, Tlie Ronald Mortehsens, Om L rtha, Neb. were weekend guests at Fred MortenSen-s. Sunday gues'ts of the Morterisens were tihe Roti, Mottensens ,and Erwiri tel in Masoli City: tfa^'^1WWW**** : *<ii<K!i*'t!i*'&+i(i*r<tr*', REGISTER FOR CHRISTMAS GIFT LOCALS guesti of the Glenn Segers were their daughters and families, the,Larry Leaneaghs, La Grange Highlands, 111,, and the* Roger Wri- ghfe of Iowa City, . ' Mr, and Mrs. Paul James had as their guests for Thanksgiving holiday, their daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Makuuchi and James, of DaVeniportj and 1 the latter's sister, the Kerhiit Burtises, Waterloo. Barry Watkini, who college at: Sioux Falls, S. D., Gremmels. Thanksgiving guests of the FROM THE Iowa State Bank A • ^ Alkfl A I^%»A« A ALGONA, IOWA $25 SAVINGS BOND WILL BE GIVEN AWAY DEC. 10 DEC. 17 DEC. 24 Registration Starts Deci'Sth. Drawing will be held Friday Evening of each week. Winners will be announced on the 12:15 News, Saturday, Dec. 10, 17 A 24. IEGKTER AS OFTEN AS YOU WISH AT THE | Iowa State Bank "AT THE TIME & TEMPERATURE CORNER" ALGONA, IOWA Delond Boltes were the Fred Mortensens and Kathy. The Kenneth Johnsons had as guests for Thanksgiving the Jack Gerharts. Maynard Kres- sins, James Kressins, Whittemore, Ant 'Kressins, Robert, David and Dianna Kressin. The Norman Bellingers visit- « Oat- as, Tex., "who is making aft intended Visit with hef f Gary Colwell, a fre*hinart studerif in den- ed Thanksgiving evening the Arnold Hantelmans. with The Wayne Bellingers had a 500 parly Saturday. Man's high prize went to Bill Elbert, Ackney, and low to Gene Tietz. Womens high went to Mrs. Bill Blbeft, Ackley, aril' low to Mrs. Ed Kruse, ,Wesley.Travel was won by James Kressin, Whittemore. • Dennis Uthof and Lee Dreyer, sons of the Ed Uthofs and Darrel Dreyers, attended the International Livestock Exposition at Chicago Thursday to Saturday. Thanksgiving day and Sunday spent his Thanksgiving holiday with his parents ! Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins. ; eral others Mrs. Kate Wegener spent Thanksgiving at Fentori with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. She 'has had as guest Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Henison, of Knoxville. Mrs. Edna Shi Its was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday for some special treatment, it is ex pected she will soon be back a' the Good Samaritan Home where she has been* a resident for some time. Mrs. Eva Deim and her sister Mary Bieser have returned from a visit of several days at Spen r cer with their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hornbuckle. "Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Moe and family spent Thanksgiving at Fort Dodge with the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Besch. ; Bifsey WeBef who i» employ. ed in Des Moines with "Look',' publication, came home for the Thanksgiving weekend and met her mother Mrs. Richard Groeri at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Green is taking a~L. P. N. course at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Eva Deim and Mary Bieser were recently at Swea City visiting with Mrs. Deim's: bro- istry £(t the uflivmky «t Icnv-a City, and Janis FaUf. An after* noon caller wa» Molly BWiicliard of Lon* ftoek, ! i 7 Mr. and Mrs. Walter McBrlde lave been visited the past week jy their son Carl and wile and Me daughter Julie.. Carl. has been in service five years And for a year was in Viet Ndm and Saigon. He will now. teach at Weslaco, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt, Adrian Casler and VernM Casler took Terry, Steve and Jim Moore to Sioux Falls, S. D., last week to ^ see their father' Delbert Moore who has been hospitalized since an accident in which sev- —,. injured. Mr. Modre is getting along well, arid though still par's Auctions Dec, 1 — Marian Harms mor^ Utg dairy sale, at farm located 6 miteS east and 1% miles south of Bancroft Sale includes 65 high- ade 'Holsteins, 28 springirig „._ _..^_ ... __,_-„: ^ hips down, therapy 1 t haV ( beeri started and it will not be long Until he can be brought to Algona, and thei'apy cbritinued. Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Cook are leaving Dec. 16 for UplaM, California, for a visit till after Christmas with their son .Don, and family. Mrs. Frank Vera is going as far as Flagstaff, Ariz., with them and will be met there >y her daughter Elvie, Mrs) Don ohnson, and will go to Tempe, Ariz, with her for an extended visit with her and her family. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker had as guests,Sunday the latter's oth- as guests Sunday the latter's mother Mrs. Rose Kraft and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft, Lone' __._ and dairy equipment, Chrirley Quinn & Dutch Leek, auctioneers; Titonka Savings bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance last Monday. fcte. 1—Wendell Ditsworth Estate sale, at farm located 5 miles north of Swea City, then 2% miles west. Full line of ma Chinery, 15 hztmpshire pigs Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, cle.rk.Full sale details in Advance last week. Dec. 3 — Joe King momirtij dairy auction, at farm located i miles §6uth a'ttd of Loh€f %ck..Salfe _ ligh class tidteteifiMnd* 1 dairy ejijUiphieftt- ?""*" *• auctioneers; "Red" clefk. Pull sale details in the vance last Monday,^ ; ; D««. 6 - Petef fM" Verne. Sal« Include* 5 complete tow of farm Artd haying equi^fttent Quijw| And We% auctioneers, -FuM detaiw.,ittV tne Advance last Monday, 1^. 7 __ waiter Schiltas fafm sale, at farm located a mile north and 1% miles east'and.dne-naif mile north of Bancroft. Sale n eludes full line of machinery in eluding two tractow and a* pickup. Quinrt '&"Clark, auctioneers; Farmers & ^ tradefs Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk/Full sale details in Advance today\ ^ bee. i—MrS. Arnold sen farm; located four miles eas of Algona. Complete'closing out . . IM Oroti iMtt Ltdyird — The Red Cross fund drive has been .completed tot the town of Ledyard, a total of $104.75 was Contributed. Solicitors wefe Mrs. Glen Burrow, Mrs. Zilphy Hardt, Mrs. Engelbart Logemann, Mrs. Everett Thompson, Mrs. Robert Jor- gensori, Mrs. Dennis _W0ringa, Mrs. Raymond Sorenson, - and Mrs. Bernard Reilly, Mrs. Leon McCoy was,the chairman. guests at Darrel Dreyer's were 1 the Clarence Bierstedts and Larry, Jenean Zwiefel, the Clarence Bierstedts Jr., Estherville, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, the Duane Dreyers, Humboldt, Roger Dreyers, Sioux City, and Wanda Frerich, also of Sioux City. Funeral services were held last week at Evansville, Ind. for Werner Siems, 63. Mr. Siems was a brother of Mrs. Dora Haack. , 99TH 7^- Mrs. Minnette Bishop, Nora Springs, was ' feted at ah open house :tihere on Novemiber 24th, her 99th birthday. Mrs. Bishop still attends church and meetings-quite/ regularly. ther4n-law and wife Mr. and Mrs. Craig Deim. Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch had tfrs. Eva Deim and Mary BSeser as dinner guests last week Fri day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson had Mrs. Eva .Deim" and Mary Bieser as "Thanksgiving day guests. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson of Battle Creek, Mich., .spent Thanksgiving weekend here with various relatives among whom was a brother Frank, a residejnl of the Good Sajnajritan..Home ; '" fie was a(^M)<B0ani^d'Atcf>*^ Some by Mrs; Helen Cameron'' sister of Frank. Frank su stroke some time -ago 'but showing marked impro'yemen^.' Mrs. Milton Dahl Spencer Wednesday where she met • her grandson Tom Vinspn and his wife 1 'and with tm$h went to Rock Rapids to specie Thanksgiving, with Mr. and Mrs Craig Vinson, parents of Tom and son and dau'ghter-in : law of Mrs. DaM. Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig and Steve were at Kansas City Mo., visiting the son Vern las weekend. • Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell had as dinner guests Thanksgivini SEWING MACHINE FOR CHRISTMAS? Come in now while our selection is complete. Choose from a wide range of models and prices. North Iowa Sewing Machine Titonka Mrs. Mary Schroeder CARROM I BOARD Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Hutzell sons, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Col lins and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell. Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell had been at Earlham with relatives but joined the others $n mid-afternoon, , ;u is. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Verhuel had as guests' last w^efc former residents Mr. and Mrs. Jamfes Schneider, now living "at Cross Isle, Minn. Other guests have been Mr, and Mrs. William Reed of Strllwater, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark have been visited the past week by their daughter Mrs. John Sires Jr. and Wendy, of - Cedar Rapids. Mr. Sires joined them here for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Laora St. John who was taken to St. Ann hospital several days ago was brought back to the Good Samaritan Home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John .Sires, Jim, Joe and Jerri Jo returned jSjUft? day from Chicago where they had gone to spend Thanksgiving with their son-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels aind family and Jean Sires who is employed in the city. Mr. and Mrs, Willis Colwtll entertained at Thanksgiving din,, ner and had as guests Mrs, el Colwell, Dr. and Mrs. »»»«eo»«ooooooo»»ooo»»o« The Al Boelkes had as Thanksgiving guests her brother the Owen Tjadens, of Monticello. Audrey Boelkes was at home from Wednesday to Monday. She is a student of Northwestern college of Orange City. Gracie Heifner, of Des Moines, spent several. days over Thanksgiving at the parental L. C. Heifner.'s.' '•.•'•"'; .;.'•'"•.. .•. The Legion Auxiliary held an all day work -meeting Nov. is at the Legion hall, with a pot luck dinner at noon. They prepared, seven boxes for shipment. Their guests were Orpha Mechler and Gertie Janssew, The annual Chrid Monday " hostes-' ses Bea; Garre'tt, .Mildred Boyken, Sherry Sullivan and' Pat Haines;-' -;- : . : • • •" , ; ; .,.-• , Recent visitors at the parental John Welhousen's were Lt. and Mrs. Gerald Welhousen and daughters, Lawton. Okla., and Janet Welhousen, Le Sueur/Minn. A birthday dinner was held on Sunday at Lowell Bentley's for Mr. Beritley. Guests were the Alvin Andreason^, Warren Andrea- sons, Algona, Arnold Andreason, Scott and Clay, Minneapolis, arid the Clarence Clhristensens, Wesley. ' Mrs. Recca Hipp, a recent surgical patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City, is.presently recuperating at the home of her daughter, the Leonard Leecks, Woden. Brownie Troop 421 met Nov. 16. Thirteen members were present:- New officers appointed are, president Susan Rike; vice pres. Laura Boekelman; sec. Leisa Ferguson; treas. Julie Hoover; hisitorian Janell Englund and reporter Patty Charlson. Arlys Pannkuk, student at Noi-ihwesterh college, Orange City, iSpent the Thanksgiving vacation at the parental John Pannkuk's. Official size. Red and black diagram. Playa;106game3. '6.66 Mattel's BABY FIRST ST1P Walkibyhtr- selflikeo real baby. She's 18 inches tall! high - Each with a different .personality. Rpoted hair to comb. MATTEL-O-PHONE l-obks like a real telephone. Recorded voices come from earpiece- pauses to let child ^ reply. c A bell rings when dialed." Banwart and family, of Adel, Mrs. Otis Day of Clarion and her Lfdyard couple lost grandchild Ledyard — Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lloyd received word Monday morning that the infant daughter born prematurely to A/3c and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd Sunday afternoon had died early that morning. She lived about eight hours. Eugene is stationed at Shepherd Air Force Base. The Lloyds address is 906 Taylor St., SAVE $5.99 SWITCH'N GO TWIN GT CAR SET ftactice safe driving. 2 GT mean. air control?, automatic gate crowing. 60 ft, of track. Apartment 4, Wichita Falls, fex. 70311. Mr. and Mrs. Veroon Smith of Lakotji are the maternal grind- parents. SAVE $12.66 SAVE "If* Swell." THEMATTEL .., WINCHESTER "CRACKFIRE" Lever action with shot and ricochet sound GITARINA Beautiful cutaway guitar, 25 inches long. TM DISCOUN1 CENTER AUTHENTIC LOOKING FIGHTING MEN Engineered. for liant tone.' and ..fingering. SAVE 43c bril- easy SAVE CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Cards Reg. $1 Box Gift Wrap Realistic battlefield/ uniforms and equipment . and accessories SAVE 1 TO 1 Rocket CELLOPHANE TAPE 800" with dilptn- SAVE 7c

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