Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 6
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6-AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, DEC. 8, IHOWIRS FOR BRIDE-TO-BE ) A miscellaneous shower was lield Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the Presbyterian church tor Joyce Aniderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Anderson whose marriage to Bob Holcomb, son of Mrs. Laura Hough will take place December 18. Hostesses were Mesdames William Finn, A. D. Crawford, Dean Jergenson, W. A. Hardy, Alvin Huetiholdt Alfred Schenck, Duane Klein, Ifiatherine Krause, Willard Gregson, Harold Sabin, Lloyd Gerber, and Wesley Schultz. DESSERT LUNCHEON A 1:30 dessert luncheon and miscellaneous shower was given Sunday at Mrs. Raymond Gilbert's tor Joyce Anderson whose marriage to Bob Holcomb will take place December 18. Both are senior students at the university at Iowa "City. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Harold Sundet, Mrs. Henry Eunkofske, Mrs. Arthur Olson and Mrs. Don Frederick. METHODIST GRADES The First and Second Grades of the Methodist church Sunday school will have .their "Birthday party for Jesus" Saturday, December 17 at 1:30 p.m. The Third grade Christmas party Will be held the same day and same hour at Mrs. Clinton Godden's. The Fourth grade will also meet,at the same time, same day at Mrs. L. L. Snyder's. BRIDGE HOSTESS ' Mrs. Dean Kinsman was hostess to her bridge club Monday evening. The group dined at Charlie's Supper Club .before playing cards at Mrs. Kinsman's. Winners for the ."evening were Mrs. Steve George, Mrs. Andrew Cubit and Mrs. LeRoy Gevirig. 7th BIRTHDAY Sharon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalzer was seven 40th wedding anniversary IN HONOR OF the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wood, a family dinner was held Sunday at the Johnson House. Attending were the Rev. and Mrs. Wehling and Daniel, Lone Rock, and the couple's seven children. They are Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus (Erma) and family, Fenton; Mrs. Carroll Ernst (Kathryn) and family, Humboldt; Duane, William and Warren Wood families, all of Livermore; Mrs. William Bruhn (Janice) and family, Fenton; and Mrs. Evert Broesder (Donna) and family, Algona. Following the dinner they went to the Evert Broesder home where later in the jifternoon cake and ice cream was served. Photo by Poundstone studio. Last week Tuesday, winners were Mrs. Henry Holland and Mrs. c. K. Kohlhaas. Winners Friday were Mesdamcs John Weydert, L A. Wiftkel and C. J. McEvoy. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Max Bartholomew enter* tained her bridge club Friday afternoon. Guests were Mrs*. 0, B. Harmes, Mrs. L. S. Bohannon and Mrs. Jerry Anderson. Mrs. V. M. Parsons had high score for the afternoon. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS Mrs. Don Nelson's birthday club will meet December 8. They plan to have luncheon at the Johnson House and will then go to Mrs. Nelson's for an exchange of Christmas gifts and a social afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Marie Lnmflright's brideg club had her Wednesday went to a cafe meal, then to for cards and Christmas gifts. LUTHERAN Women of the an Aid Society party Monday ber 5. A _ served and eacJ invite a guest lowed the su a meeting With afternoon. They for the noon s. Lamplight's an exchange of WOMEN • *•«••• nflCC I Trinity Luther. eld a Christmas evening, Decem- pot-lick supper Was ':. .member could A program fol- . SAMARITAN PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby, manager of the Good Samaritan homes are .giving a Christmas party December 14 for the per« sonnel of both homes. It will be held at Van's. HOSTESS felleridorff will icr bridge club Thursday evening. This is a Christmas party, with an exchange of gifts. PRE-NUPTIAL EVENT A pre-nuptiai event honoring Fran Richtsmeier, Wayzaia, Mitui. was held at her parent's home near Wesley on Dec. 3. She will become the bride of Stanley Engstrorri, Watertown, Minn, on Dec. 30. She is a teacher in the Wayzata schools and he is employed in the home office of Super Valu stores at Hopkins, Minn. RECEPTION HELD A reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Richtsmeier, Lincoln, Neb. was held at St. Joseph Parish Hall, Wesley, on Dec. 4. They were married Nov. 26 at Dwight,' Neb. Those attending were the A. N. Rdohts- meiers, Mrs! J. T. Meurer, the Louis Lickteigs, Wesley and Alice Richtemeitf, Ariz. Si Joe Mr*. Ralph Kolhaas returned Suii day from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a surgical patient two Weeks. Connie Kunkel is assist' ing With the farm chores at the Kolhaas farm. The David McGuires, David Jr. and Andrew, are spending several weeks with Mrs. McGuire's parents the R. D. Isaacs and other relatives and friends in Detroit, Mich, ATTENDS DENVER SCHOOL Doctor Harold W, Erickson of Algona, will be attending the American Academy of Op- toihetry Post Graduate courses in Denver, Colo., Dec. 1 to 10. Hi« wife Will accompany him, REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH. Saturday, DM. 10 2:30 p.m. -— Christmas Program Practice. • • $urtd«y,D*c, It 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. Charles Joens, Supt. A class for every age. • , 10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship. Choir: A Christmas Carol Medley. Message: "The God Who Came Down" 6:30 p.m. — Study hour. For every member of the family. 7:30 p.m. — Evening Service. Special Music: Mrs. Jerry Lewis. Message: Marriage and Social Customs. ' Thought: Of all the troubles great or small, the greatest are those that don't happen at all. years old Sunday, November 10 and in honor of the anniversary dinner guests were her grandmother, Mrs. Albert Weishaar, her godmother, Josephine Heimen, Anna Kallfers6hn, and Haittie 'May. TOASTMASTERS ACTIVE Members of the Toastmasters Club had baen invited to meet Monday night, December 12 at 6:45 at Lakota with the Lakota Chamber of Commerce. Ladies might well be held December 19 at the Johnson House at 6:30. This is the Algona Toastmasters club affair. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE GROUPS Mrs. John Kohlhaas entertained two bridge groups recently. Samsonite® Streamlite THE CLASSIC LUGGAGE THAT NEVER GOES OUT OF STYLE Streamlite luggage is the ideal gift for Christmas. Sleek and tapered . . . with its elegant locks, handsome vinyl covering and travel proof construction. Colors for women: Rawhide Finish, Hawaiian Bluo, Saddle Tan. For men: Saddle Tan, Colorado Brown. A Beauty Case v __ $14.95 B Ladies' O'Nite $16.95 C Ladies' 26" Pullman __ $26.95 D Men's 2-Suiter $24.95 E Men's Companion $16.95 Samsonite® Silhouette The Luggage that Knows Its Way Around the World . Sleek, trim Samsonite Silhouette is made with lightweight magnesium frame, the jet-age metal — for strength and ruggedness. Clean, uncluttered lines and locks that are neatly recessed so they can't spring open accidentally. Roomy interiors. Smart good looks. Fashion colors for. women: Venetian Red, Biscayne Blue, Dover White, Oxford Grey, Marina Blue, Willow Green. Masculine colors for men: Oxford Grey, Deep Olive. A Ladies' 26" Pullman _ $45.00 B Week End Tote $27.95 C Beauty Case $27.95 LiUmOLD;MLIAMS ,IOWA SURPRISE! CHRISTMAS IS ONLY 16 DAYS AWAY! Sharp's are glittering inside and out with the largest Christmas stock in history. Let them help you with everyone oh your Christmas list. You're always sure of finding "just the right gift" at Sharp's. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Lloyd be hostess to Elegant and finely crafted silver gifts please the eye and the heart at Christmas. See own unsurpassed selection. Watches Adorn lier with fashion's finest . , , necklaces, earrings, pine. BULOVA — ACCUTRON G1RARD-PERREGAUX Diamonds ENGAGEMENT RINGS—TIE TACJKS WEDDING RINGS — PENDANTS DINNER RINGS PIERCED EARRINGS Bracelets that sparkle with jewels "British Sterling" — For Men. Cologne — After Shave — Spray Deodorant. Beautifully gift boxed. 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