Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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ill Algono Koiiuth (ountv THURSDAY; D6C. 1,1966 - ALOONA, IOWA Sentral music pupils to gi Christmas songs Lone Rock—The junior high Had high school vocal students of the Sentral Community school will give a concert Dec. 20 at the Sentral auditorium at 8 p.m. The junior high/chorus will give a pagaent "Christmas By Candelight", by Gerderic Swift. This pagaent was written with an emphasis placed on worship at the manger. The newly formed Madrigal will do the sacred concerto or cantata, "O Beloved Shepherds" by Andreas Hammerschmidt (1612-75). Four verses (Luke 2:10-12, and 14) from the Christmas Gospel are used in the musical setting of the angel's announcement to the shepherds. The high school choir will give a cantata by Van Denman Thompson called, "When Love Was Born". This selection uses a number of old carols in a new setting. A number of small groups and ensembles will also perform. Dec. 23, the Sentral high choir will make a trip to Mankato, to make a 1 eviappeanance on KEYC-TV at 3:30 p.m. Carols, folk songs, contemporary Christmas music and a spiritual will be given on "The Sounds of Christmas". GETS NURSE CAP Rachael Hurlburt, Lone Rock, 1966 graduate of Sentral high school was one of a class of 51 nurses of the St. Barnabas Hospital of Nursing who received her cap at a capping ceremony at St. Mark's church in Minneapolis. The Junior Hurlburts, and Dale Schrosders of Lone Rock attended, also Mary Hurl- Fire destroys trailer house south of town Engaged Lone Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Orville J. Grant of Dexter, Iowa announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra, and Lester Bullock, son of Rev. and Mrs. Albert C. Bullock of Lone Rock. Miss Grant attends the State College of Iowa at Cadar Falls. She is a member of Phi Chi Delta. -.••...- .-, Mr. Bullock will graduate in January from Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. He is affiliated with Phi Alpha Theta, National Honorary History Fraternity. A January wedding is being planned. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peterson who live in a permanent trailer home south of Algona on highway 169 at the Irvington blacktop intersection south of Algona, lost the home when it was gutted by fire about- 12:10 a.m last Thursday. They were sleeping at the time, awoke and smellcd smoke and rushed outside. Only lasl July 30, the home sustained ex tensive damage when .a large I'imount of dynamite stored, in a nearby gravel pit exploded. Practically every window in thfe house was broken causing considerable damage .inside. • >C Algona firemen .were called but the interior was a 'total loss. The Petersons are both employed and are now staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cart Laid- wig, Algona. The home wai partially covered by insurance; ••••••••••••••••*••••••• SERVICEMEN and eommtmlcationf. During his last week of gt he participate^ in day MM night firing exercises. Janrn D, Colwtll / USS TACONIC (AOC-17) TNC) Nov. 21—Fireman Jame* D. Coiwell, USN t son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis F. Coiwell, Algona, is serving as a crewmembef aboard the amphibious force flagship Taconic. The Navy's amphibious forces have constantly proven to bti one of the most reliable meant for transporting and landing battle ready troops, with necessary heavy equipment, on the shores of a threatened area. The amphibious force is self-contained, self-sufficient unit of today's defense team. burt, Minneapolis. The class will graduate in 1969.' The A. A. Kruegers and Mrs. E. A. Lee went to Mitchell, S. D. Friday for funeral services' for an uncle, William H. Capp, 85, who died Nov. 30. November 20th was the 100th anniversary of the Wiota Methodist church. For the first two years the congregation met in a log cabin. Lor«n I. Pannkuk FT. SILL, OKLA. (AHTNC)— Private Loren I. Pannkuk;, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ii yin Pannkuk, Titonka, .completed eight weeks of advanced artillery training Dec. 1 at the 'Army artillery and Missile School, Ft. Sill, Okla. "/'.' .:: .'.. He was trained as a. cannon- eer in field artillery. His training included maintenance and firing of artillery guns, howitzers and heavy ,ma- chineguns. Instruction . was ,.also given in ammunition handling JayCtas plan kid's party The Algona JayCees will hold their annual Christmas Party for underprivileged children of Algona on Sunday, Dec. 18 at the V.F.W. hall. The event will be held in the afternoon and the. youngsters will be served cake and ice cream and presents will be distributed. /.Persons from Algona are asked to bring any repairable used toys to either Dunn's or call Jim Buscher in Algona before Dec. 15. The JayCees will put the toys back into shape to give out that Sunday. 40th WEDDING OBSERVED Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert Johnson, Corwith, will observe their 40th wedding with open house at the Methodist church in Corwith on DecVylS from 2 to 5 p.m. Their sons and families will host the occasion. They are :Duane, Tor- ranee, Calif or nia; Terry, Sunny ville, California; Raymond, Camp Gordon, Georgia and Dale, Corwith. No invitations are being sent. . Awards "Distinguished awards were presented to two Red Oak residents this year at a banquet last month there They are Mrs. Wayne Boelling and Dr. Jack D. Fickel. SHEAKLEYS "Your Fashion Center For Women & Girls in Algona" Save Now on Coats for the Holidays Many, many new winter coats AT BIG SAVINGS . . . just in time for holiday wearing, Untrimmed and t'ur trimmed, in the most wanted colors. See them today! Winter Coats UNTRIMMED . . , Reg. $80 NOW $65 Reg. $70 NOW $55 FUR TRIMMED , , , \ Reg. $130 -_ Reg. $140 ._ Reg. $150 -. 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