Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
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r 4-ALOONA (te«i) ADVANCE THURSDAY, DEC 8, 1966 Portland club ! "\ ' - .- : ; i holds Christmas j - parties recently '" PbrtUrtd— A Christmas party 'was held Tuesday aftcirnioon, Nov. 29 irt the home ,'of Mrs. Dwight Ruse, by the Four Corner Social Club ol Portland. Membcirs attending we>r-a Viva Ringc'ic'rf, Leita Phelps, Janice Moore, Agnes Stewart, Flo:a.3 !Ba,rtkM, Wyona Harms, • Sandra Hsrmis, Emily^v-.karsen, Vof.a Fitch,, Marilyn Bsftgston. amd Hazel Cirfbll. Gu^ts . 'vJere Karen Ruse, Virgic Tretiary, Minnie Liprsbn, Gertrude Rike, Ruth Jennings, Leon a H;.'gs>2 and Evelyn,, Judy Fitch, Dawn- toy Harms, • Galena JZwiefel, , and Loraiune Boekeilitian/ We revealed our Seicret:; Sister with a 50c Christmas gift v': . . . Mrs. Dwight Ruse ; was presented a small quilt or lap roba, put together by Flossie Bart- leitti Each member furnished a block with her name written on it. Each member brought something good to eat, sandwiches, cookies^ candle and etc., making a very in/terceting and tasty lu- ' ' ....... " ' " "'•'' '''' The Club Will have its -annual Ghrtotmias dinner, Tuesday, at noon, in the Portland Community Hall, v ,:;;;':,:;,-;,;:;:,;/, : ; ; Mr. and Mrs, ; John Shiltz o!: Albert Lea , spsnt Thanksgiving Day in the home of Mrs? Hazal parroLl. Mrs. Shiltz remained loir a yisit until Sunday night. ; Bill Carroll came irom Dav- fenport, where his has been \vorking and spent the, weekend wiilih his mother, Hazel Carroll, and left Tuesday morniing for classes at Ames where he is in his fourth year in Agricultural Engineering. ' i Mr. and Mrs. .Raymond .Creighton and , family were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests m the home of j*Aunt Nina's (Mrs. Nina Worsely) at Creston. Produce Department cut. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family spent Thanksgiving in the home, of Mrs. Scott's brother at Whittemore, the Orville Muellers. About 20 relatives were' preis- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Our Heartiest -v;\ , . K ;' ^:-; v On the Grand Opening of your beautiful new Algona Store We were proud to have handled all Electrical Wiring & Fixtures ! ! UTT ELECTRIC ~— ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS —~ 295-2233 Algona ' Creighton and family have been' speeding sometime at Creston, 1 Where they 'have; been plowing' on a 200-acre farm they., shave rented. This farm is about IVfe miles from Mr. Creighton's par^ ents. • .' . -.-..-. .,' , ' '.,.i Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and family spent 'I'nank'sgivuig Wuith Mrs. .Meyer's sister and family, the Lowell Erickson's at Marcus.' Mrs. Eugene Meyer attended the Ladies Aid Christmas Party at the.,.liurt, L,u;^era,n,: c ( j)iircp, Mrs. Howard Sparks accompanied her as her guest. : Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy of Titonka and Charles Hix of Gordon,. Neb. were Sunday afternoon visitors in tne Richard Crosser home, at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and Gene- of Wihit- temore were dinner guests. All were afternoon luncheon guests. Mr. and Mrs. Howard spams and Mrs.' Eugene Meyer. attended the Chmtmas > air at -the Good Hope Lutheran Church at Titonifca, Thursday evening. .. Mrs. Arnold Danielson and Janice weii-e . Tujesoiny . evening visitors in the Viccor. tkui lionie. : Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and family attended the wedding oi Mis. Meyer's niece, Miss Peggy. Wittkopp and Uougias Gumckson, both of Worthington, Sunday, Dec. 4. "A good speaker not only knows when to stop, but knows when not to begin". Jehovah's Witnesses date district meeting All congregations of Jehovah's Witnesses in the northeast Iowa circuit, including the witnesses of Kossuth county, have been in vited to attend a mid-winter as- r-ambly to be held at the senior high school in Cedar Falls, Jan. 6, 7 and 8. The gathering is expected to attract more than 500'jninister- delegates from the entire circuit. A more detailed announcement of the program is to be given ait a later date. BEST WISHES FOR SWANSON'S ON THEIR GRAND OPENING WE WERE PROUD TO HAVE' DONE THE PLUMBING & HEATING WORK LAING PLUMBING & HEATING : 295-2104 — ALGONA Seneca alumni banquet held; 207 attend .•Seneca — The Seneca school alumni reunion and banquet was held Saturday, Nov. 26, wilh '20?'"'alumni;-' spouses^'and {'acuity members in attendance': The.banquet was held at 6:45 at the Nazareth Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall in Armstrong. The day's activities began with..' registration at the church in the early afternoon. Tours had baieri arranged of Artsi Way Manufacturing Company; Handeland Manufacturing Company and Nokes Wheel and Rim Plamt, Coffee and donuts were served the guests at Handel- ands, .Donald Johnson of Armsitrong. chairman, served as master of, ceremonies and welcomed the guests. The Rav. Lloyd Osborn gave the opaning prayer. Lawrence Gardner of Swea City, first superintendent of the Seneca Consolidated Scho'Od from 1917 to 1920, told of some of the pupils who made up the first classes in the school. One of the first high school graduates, Vera Gardner Rogers of Chicago, was present for the reunion. ! Mrs. Otto Wilberg and Mrs! Esther Jensen presented a vocal duet, "Ho W Great Thou Art", accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Osbbrn. Drawings were held for gifts which . had been donated by Armstrong businessmen. The tours of the local industries had been arranged by the Arm- sitrong Cooperative Club. Mrs. Ted Jensen entertained the group with .selections on the saw with Mrs. Clarence Ostoorn as accompanist. The program closed, with re- jnarks by Gordon Christensen of Decorah, Iowa, who was the last superintendent of the school in 1957. During the business meeting the group voted to hold another reunion in 1968. Named on the new committee for arrange menls were: Wayne Nyman, Jean'JBrekke, Donna Moore Madsen, Gene BoUig, Everette Johannesen, Helen Baldwin, Ruby Dixon and Arnold Hansen. Thanksgiving weekend guests of the Paul Hassels included Air. and Mrs. Joe ffassel and their granddaughter, Joan Mammon, all of Ottawa, 111. They were joined on Thanks- givijig Day by Mr. and Airs. Car] Puer of Ringsted, The Seaieoa Thursdiy Club vvil nv'et this week Friday, Dec. 9 at 2 o'clock *t the Hom« Cafe at Ringsted. The group will observe their annual Ghjris party at this time witii_a, exchange. AJrs, is hostess. Welcome to go no on the Completion and Grand Opening of Your We Were Proud to have been the General Contractors for this fine New Store COWAN CORP. 895*5366 "Your Complete Building U« »«J*|!wrteFs" READY MIXED CONCRETE -PAINT -BLPC. CONTRACTING iiiiil^^

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