Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 17
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
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...'., Rtuntott Pout sisters who were W»ft iti Germany and came to this try at different tlin.es had a union last month at the Virgil B«nzen home hear Manning. are Mrs. Frieda Kilhben- •ho^ft of Germany; Mrs. Anna Bitiz, Manning; Mrs. Frank 'Strecker, Chicago and Mrs. Margaret Boock, Guthrie Center. A. staits ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE--* THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1964 Advertise in the Advene* Urges* PAID circulation to Iho new Swanson Store Frozen Food Department Checkout counter The recently opened Swatison lupermafket, located at Thor^ ngton and Nebraska streets in Algona, Will hold its grand opening this Thursday through Saturday, it was announced by Jerry Benson, manager. Many or me firms that helped with the construction and several suppliers have congratulations advertisements on the two pages of today's Advance. The new store has 12,800 sq. feet of floor space. Included in the store is a 12 ft. long fish counter, an 8 ft. cheese section,, 570 feet of grocery shelving, 60 ft. of meat cases, 78 ft. of produce area. It is the IG&I store opened in the Swanson chain of food stores in Iowa and Minnesota. The firm has a private parking area to the west of the store building which will park about 30 to 40 cars. There are 26 full and part- time employees. Bay Kelly, former manager of the. Council Oak store here, is assistant manager and Ray McAffee is the meat manager. The Security State Bank would like to , offer its congratulations to the new Swansons Store on its Grand Opening this weekend! We feel it will bs a wel- 1 * come addition to our community. State Bank again Monday for Flarieti after ing .called back because of his mother's illness. The Martin Hantelmans left for 'the south Monday also, ', i < •«• Hie Peace Lutheran Walther League, West fiend, lias Invited St. Johii's Md SI. Luk€'s to a special Christmas service Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. in the church. Communion will be celebrated. The Harold Hantelmans and Renee rtioVed laist' Week into their home ift Fenton. The Norman Bellingers moved onto their farm. i«MMM>M«/ Swea Mr vt Paillette Kracht am* JSftflk college at Pell* to fpttid the holiday at the home of Ti« jar* ents, the Art Rrachtt. ' < f Mr. and Mrs, Cecil IVloK&NM and Paul,'and Petrea-Thortidii, attended the National Livestock show at Chicago, Tuesday to Sunday. They showed 5 head ot cattle. , Offices In LuVerne Member of FDIC Algona MONUMENT FIRM MOVES The Algona Monument Co. owned by Dean Kinsman, moved from its State street location to new quarters in the former Robinson Const. Co. building north of Weidenhoff's on highway 18 east of Algona Dec. 1, it was announced this week. An Open House will be held in the Spring. Our Sincere Congratulations to ON THEIR NEW ALGONA FOOD MARKET — WE WERE MOST HAPPY TO HAVE DONE Fred Heiden, Fenton, dies; service Monday I Fenton — Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at Thomas Funeral Chapel in Feat on for Fred E. Heiden, 88, who died Friday morning in the hospital at Estherville. Rev. Russell Eldridge was in charge. Since suffering a stroke two years ago, Mr. Heiden lived at the Turner Nursing Home at Armstrong. He fell, breaking a Hip Nov. 6 and had been in the hospital since. . He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ella Waite, Fenton, and by' three children. Pallbciarers were Lio».-en Skare, Arnold Hante-liiian, Eldcm Hantelman,' Olaf Norland, Fred Frink and Gerald Voigt: Burial was at the Fentou Methodist cemetery. Burt. They are not inviting others to be in the program but instead will have the program themselves without thft choir. St. John's Lutheran Church in Fenton will also have a Cantata |nside the church Dsc. 18, hriTh^,,E)pug. Gpftes ,and. { Dennis. Milwaukee, spent the Thanks- giving weekend at the parental Rueben Luedtke's. The son, John, was home from Ames. The James Bierstedts had a 500 party Sunday. The Jerald Reimers won high and low wemt to the hosts. The traveling prizes went to Jos Culbertson, Janice Bruihn and Carolyn Berkand. Thanksgiving guests of the lueben Luedtkes were the Doug Jokes and Denais, Mi-s. Peta Doughtert, St. Louis, Mrs. Elsie Jreyer, Mr. Harold Dreyer and the Ray Dreyers. The Arnold Hantelmans and lenee were .Sunday callers at Sldon Hantelmiain's. Mrs. Pete Doughtery, St. Louis, recenitly spent several days visiting her--mother, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, and other relatives. The Ray Dreyers, Rue-ban Luedtkes, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and Harold Dreyer were rec-aait guests at Orville Einspa>hr's, Webster City. The committee for the clothing drive at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville reip-prtsd packing 355 pounds of clatihing for the Lutheran World Relief The Norman Bellingers, Ken neth Bollingers, Harvey Boiling er and Wayne Bollingers were guests of the Gene Tietzes Man day fbr Mrs. Tiotz's. birthday. The Ervin Gremmels leif iMtWMmto . . of the- Newest—-"Ultra Modern Supermarket In the Area — You'll Always Find FRESH Colonial Bread on Their Shelves From the COLOHIAL BAKING CO. Fort Dodge, Iowa ' -t t Congratulations and Best Wishes 'S On the Compietipn of Their New Store BOTTLING COMPANY. , Estherville, Iowa I: u Roofing & Sheet Metal Work for the building In Co-operation with Cowan Corp. of Algona "NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL" Ackerman Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. "ROOFING 4 SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS" 57^5147 3Q1 Sewth ?Ht Street Ft. Dodge, lovya ^j^^^^.^^^ CHRISTMAS PARTY St. Lukes Aid of Fairville held its annual Christmas party last week. Mrs. Orville Weiner, Mrs. Richard Preston and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman had the program of group singing of Christmas hymns, readings and games. An exchange of gifts and the revealing of Secret Pals was held. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Frink, Mrs. Roger Frink, Mrs. Elmer Grienert and Mrs. Lyle Haack. Guests included Mrs. Albert Langerman, Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mrs. Gerald Langerman, Mrs. Glenn Opheim, Mrs. David Clemenson and Mrs. Tillie Grienert, Mrs. Lyle Jensen and Mrs. John Wegener. Welcome to Al w * On the completion of their new Ultra Modern Food Market, one of the finest in Northwest Iowa. A welcome and proud addition to the Aigona Business Community. INSTALL OFFICERS Fenton Progressors installed new officers at Max Borchardts. They are president, Gary Laabs; vice, Ernest Walters; sec., Kevin Johnson; treas., Randy Bierle; and reporter and historian,! Diane Uthof. They are accept-i ing members from the Lottsi Creek Club. Plans were made for a Christmas party Dec. 15 at the Fenton Legion Hall. Each j member bringing a guest j should also bring a gift for thej guest and a gift for the pack-j age exchange. The 4-H Pledge led by Randy Bierle. Max Borc'hardt gave a talk. PROGRAM CHANGE The full program of other years by area Missouri Lutheran Churches will not be held for Christmas this year. Both Rev. Spicer, St. John's, Fenton, and Rev. Vehling of Immanuel,! Lotts Creek, have the care ofi programs at Swea City and I Best Wishes on Your GRAND OPENING Heating-Air Conditioning By Natural Gas North Central Public Service Co. "COMPLETE LP & NATURAL GAS SERVICE" 295-2484 ALGONA

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