Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 5, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 5, 1966
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S-AIOONA (law*) AbVANCl •^^-— • •- .- ,.....• . .•...-..-.. . MONDAY, DlC. $, OF AI GONA BY MOLIY M«<DONALD (K383 ISSUI ESsSSS BSSS'J fBfSSt B&S3 Mr. and Mr*. William K. V»y- *tt spent 'ithanKsgivmg witn Mr. *nd Mrs, William easier in Burt. other guests were tne baesler s sun aim uaUgntbr botn Students at State college 01 Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Milan iiragg, Jr., George, la., ana Mr. amu Mrs. wayue Williamson, letter, la. Mr. aau Mrs. Gerald vYuliam- soa ana son 01 fcwea City were callers 'Unursaay evening. lorn Fitzpatnck, son of Mr. iind Mrs. James utzpa trick, spent tne hoiiuay weextuKi wutii his parents. Tom is a ire&unan it Vvayue &taite Couege, wayne, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. William O. Ludwig ana Mr. ana ivirs. Uonaiu LuuWig orove to vvarreiiiviiic, 111., hear Chicago laaii wee*. Wednesday to spend uuj Thanjtsgiving weeke'iiu with tne Wunam ljuuwig s son L/wrr«ii Ind his tammy, oaritill is employed by iVortin western btiiu leiepuoiie Lao'oracorW. . Mr. and Mrs. Miirord Plathe Were vi&itea lor several uaya (luring the hoiiuay vacwuon uy their uaugnteir Kristine ana hw guest, Kaiiiny fcvereu oJ: BrooK.- iyn, IN. *. l!ne two girls are M>piuomores ait Clarke College ift uubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker were in Mason duty yewceruay (Sunday) tor.a- LHOILS uai/ernu- tioaal unifier parity. - ' ' Mr. and Mrs. roiil Ostwlnklt ahd Mrs. Veronica itoeicnler (trove to Fort uouge lawt weett to visit ivns's Mary bum wino isj hospitalized there. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Anderson entertained Mrs. Myrtle Bicik- |6fd, Webster City, and Mrs. Lottie Wheeler, wno lives at Fhendslup Haven in Fort "Dodge, l!or-Tnanxygi'vitng diw-, n£r. Other guests were Mr. ana Mrs. Jerry Anderson, Mrs. Twila Bartholomew, .and Mis. Alice Wilkms., Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ricklefs were visited by their sons Rod end Tom during the Thanksgiving weekend. Rod attends Grin- neil and Tom is a student ait Iowa City. Other guetts. wore Mrs. RicKlefs' mother, Mrs. M. A. bagge, of Ames, and Mr. Hicklefs'. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rickiefs of Titonka. .Janet McGuire, daughter of Mr. aind Mrs. Don McGuire, was home' for the holiday weekend. She attends Mount St. Soholas- tica College in Atohison, Kanu. Mrs. McGuire's mother, Mrs. Mary Kayser, was a guest on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson were visited by their son Ron, a freshman at Iowa State University, Ames, over the Thanksgiving vacation, Other visitors were Mrs. Nelson's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edson Lund mark of Virginia, Minn. Bobby, son of Mrs. Milford Plathe, had as his guest for several days recently Bob Balluff of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire spent Thanksgiving in Vermil- liort, S. D., with their daughter and her family, Mr, and Mrs. Don Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins had sons David and Richard home for the Thanksgiving weekend. David is in Whitewater, Wis., and Richard is a student at Drake. Mrs. Wade Sullivan entertained Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Knudson of Emmets burg, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MaoDonald and Heather, and gihelia Suillivan, Minneapolis, at Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs, Bert Deal was visited over the holiday weekend by MX. and Mrs. Al Coleman and children of Des Moines. The Coleman children are Mrs. Deal's grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott and family spent the holiday weekend in Mystic, la., visiting Mrs. Parrott's mother, Mrs. Gil- beat Porter. Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Colwell and Barbara drove to Klemme, la., last week Sunday to visit Mrs. Colwell's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bruhl. Mrs. John Deim, Ames, spent Thanksgiving holidays here. Mr. and Mrs. Rooert McCullough were visited over the holiday weekend by their son Bruce, a student at Drake. On Thanksgiving day Mrs. McCui- lougn's mouier, Mrs. Ciiarles Micnalson of Cushing, la., was a guest. Mrs. Bert Deal was visited, Tuesday by her sister, Mrs. Raymond ix>veail of Ayshire, and Mrs. Sue Simonseh 01 Gratnting,- er. Tom Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, spent the Thanxsgiving vacation v/iDh his parents. He is a student at Norunwest Missouri atate College in iviaryvilie, ivlo. On Sunday the Andersons drove to Des monies to visit tne Phil Andersons. ur. and Mrs. Daniel Bray were visited over the Thanks giving holidays by tneir daugn- ters lietioy and Paitty, serum is at St. Catherine College, M. Pauii, and by their son Dan ana anoun- er daughter, Mary, oath students at the University 01 Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. L. e. Lmnan spent the hquaay weekend in Omaha, visiting uieir son ana ciaiughter-in-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Lin nan and snetuy Lae. wirs. kex i ay tor anu mrs. cv- erett Anderson attended a piano workshop in Mason City recently. Mrs. Anderson also aiucenued tne Neison-JNeal piano concert in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Anderson entertained Mr. aaa Mrs. L. H. Cfawiiord and son Gerald of Minneapolis and Mrs. Alice Wilfcins at dinner last Friday eveniiig. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will had as guests I'aanksgiving theur son, John, a freshman at Iowa State, Ames, Mrs. Fred Wfll and Mrs. Marilyn Kuester and sons. Mrs. Veronica RoQthier spent Thanksgiving with her daughter and her family, Mr. arid Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Rcy Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Rogar PlwMips of Glenwood, la. Mrs. W. J. Becker celebrated her birthday Wednesday, rlar daughter, Mrs. Everett 'Anderson, spent the alternoon with her at Heritage Home in Bancroft. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman were in Des Moines Friday and Saturday where Judge Stillman attended a meeting of the District and Supreme Court 'judges. John Clark, USN, son of the Homer Clarks, Algona has been transferred to the USS Chicago. His present address is CUil] FPO, San Francisco. Originally scheduled for Viet Nam, he has been transferred because of illness. Phil Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor, sustained a broken arm during an intramural oasketoall game at iowa Mate college last Thursday. Mrs, John Bloodhdrt, daughter Alison, Middletbn, Wis., and Beverly Helmers, Iowa City, arrived Monday and visited their parents the Harm Helmers several days. Mrs. Bloodhart is the former Karen Helmers, and her husband is employed in the personnel department of the college at Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. John Polley, Her, bert Banwart and George E. Hed- mers, Tulsa, Okla., were Thanksgiving dinner guests of the Harm Helmers. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon F. Helmers, Tandy and Donna, of Vail, were weekend guests at the home of .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Heimers. They also visited Mrs. Helmers' parents, the Florin Bakkens at Bode. While at Bode she attended a shower being given her sister who was recently married. _ Mr. *mf Mr». L«e Mrftrtt, Algona were visited Thanksgiv- ifig by Mr. Mid Mrs. Kenneth f^ideres tttid Ktttt, Chiirtefe City. Mr. Frideres is employed in the Personnel Dep«rtment of Oliver Cdrp., OhM-les City, fetter com- pletmg a nine-month course' at Hamilton Business College, Mason, City. Mrs. David McOleish and daughters, Des Plaines, 111., are also visiting with her parents. RibbM-ciHInc for San stora towy Ribbon-cutting for the new Sears Catalog Store at 115 East State Street will be held this morning (Monday) at 9 a.m. with city officials helping in the event. The store opened last Monday and a big 3-day Grand Opening will be held this weekend, Thursday thru Saturday. Full details will be found in Thursday's Advance. R. S. Blossom honored as 50-year Mason At a special meeting of Prud once Lodge No. 205, held at the Masonic Temple, Thursday, Roy S. Blossom was presented with a 50-year certificate in honor of his bo years of continuous mem. mership in the Masonic Fraternity. This is a unique distinction as it is estimated that only 12 of every 100 Masons achieve this reward. At present Prudence Lodge has seven 50-year Masons. At the request of the Worshipful Master, LeRoy Stroih- man, Stewart McFadden presented Mr. Blossom • with the 50,year certificate, 50 year but- ton and r«M a congratulation letter from W. W. Brubmker, Grand Master of Masons in Iowa. Mr, Blossom became A Master Mason on Nov. 2?, 1916 iii Kossuth Lodge No. 340 at Bart, and transferred to Prudence Lodge in 1822 where he has since held his membership. Mr. Blossom responded with timely remarks and thanked the lodge for the honors conferred. Following the ceremony, a third degree was conferred and a lunch served in the dining room of the Temple. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brents The Jim Prestons and Mrs. Maynard Jensen attended the wedding of a cousin, Kay Denett, Des ( Moines, to Robert Knoll, Dallas Center, Saturday ftt Deft Mdlnei. Marlorie Lee Tobin came f rotn Morningside at Sioxix City for the Thanksgiving weekend with tier parent*, the Johnie Tobins. 4 Sunday evening at Arthttf W. Larson's were the Ray Larsons, Bettendorf, Sam Larsons, Fairmont, and the Don Martins. The Maynard Hurlburta were Sun' day callers at her parents, the Joe Pliers, Armstrong. Motbtr of two at Uvarmora The mother of two Livermore residents, Mrs. Charlotte Erdman, 65, of Renwick, died Thursday at a Fort Dodge hospital. Funeral services for her will be held Monday at Renwick with burial at Hardy. Survivors include a son, Edward Erdman of Livermore, two daughters, Mrs. Ivan Frederikson, Livermore, and Mrs. Cledis Anderson, Gold fie Id; and • bro- thef, Henry Gfoh, Livefffidre, plus four Sisters. Letters to the Editor Dear Editor: Since our son expressed appreciation for cards and letters received, obviously as a result of his name being listed in the Advance as an overseas serviceman, 1 am also sending cards to all men whose names were listed as being in Viet Nam in the Nov. 10 Advance. Eleanor Wilson (Mrs. John B. Wilson) Burt, Iowa MONDAY BRIDOI Mrs. Harold Knecht was hos- ess to her bridge foursome last Monday evening. Mis. Ed Kisch was a guest. For Chrfetmas Give,.. CARAVCLUC tfivision'of BULOVA $1095 MOM I mm Firit tow-cost qutyty *t\0t. - CUMIc <J«. ilm plus lh» iMmlna M ihoek-reilstint construction. frtclslon jeweled movement. |12.M Wetehet • Witch Repair - Gifts ENDS WEDNESDAY PEC. 7 CULUMBIA PICTURES ALGONA - PANA/ISION* COLUMBIACOLOR ...is with a gift from the HUB CLOTHIERS ALL PURCHASES Gift Here are the names you should know — the names HE LIKES! You can be sure of better name brands at the HUB CLOTHIERS . . . from year to year, they may change slightly but only because we strive to offer our customers the finest in menswear, backed by the finest companies in the men's business. If it is a gift he can wear, let .the Hub "GIFT- WRAP YOUR CHRISTMAS MALE" this holiday season. ** Jade East Toiletries " Van Heusen Dress Shirts * McGregor Sport Shirts «•" Roytcx Robes ^ Masterbilt Slacks * Saiiisonite Luggage *^ Campus Sweaters *^ Jockey Underwear * Rolfs Billfolds •^ Interwoven Sox ^ Wembley Tics * Conroy Gloves ^ Van Heusen Pajamas * Swank Jewelry Van Heuen Yanopress irts A Van Heusen Vanopress white shirt is the greatest gift of all. Dad or brother will love 'em — so will mom. All-cotton shirt needs no press and that means you never need to iron them. Hand or machine washable. Several color styles to choose from. A box of two or three will make dad the happiest man alive on Christmas Day. 6 00 A Hub Gift Certificate makes a wonderful Christmas Present!! SLACKS — BY MASTERBILT r •\ \ I I \ \ \ $896 up TIES — BY WEMBLEY ! £ i" i \ ( • ! i S i r \ ! $|SO up UNDERWEAR $126 HP Sport SHIRTS — BY MCGREGOR $$00 up SOX BY INTERWOVEN $100 up JEWELRY — BY SWANK $158 up i**^^**^**^^ PAJAMAS — BY VAN HEUSEN 5425 up LIAMS AtaONAJOWA

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