Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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4-ALOONA (lew*) AOVANCI THUtSDAY, OtC. 13, CHURCH CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the United Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday afternoon, December 15 at 1:30 p.m. for dessert luncheon. Circle A with Mrs. Wendell Feaster, co-hostess Mrs. Edna Mitchell. Circle B with Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. Co-hostess Mrs. John Jennings. Circle C with Mrs. William Finn. Co-hostess Mrs. Dean Jergenson. Circle D with Mrs. Irving Miller. The Ruth circle met December 13 with Mrs. Richard Mawdsley. CHURCH SCHOOL PARTIES Saturday, December 17 the Methodist Sunday school class will meet for Christmas parties 1:30 to 2:45 p.m.. Four and five year old children in Church School class 'room, 1:30, first and second grade "Birthday Party for Jesus" at church. 1:30 p.m. Third grade party at Mrs. Clinton Godden's. 1:30 p.m. party for Fourth grade at Mrs. L. L. Snyder's GROUP GOES CAROLING Sunday, December 11 at 6:30 p.m. Mariners and members of the United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship went caroling to the shut-ins. A Mariner committee was in Charge and the group took cookies and candy bars. The committee in charge was Messrs and Mesdames Andrew Crawford, Alwin Huenhold, and Richard Mawdsley. Christmas carols at the Good Samaritan Homes Thursday (today). Mrs. Richard Mawdsley is the director. SEWING CLUB MEETS The "Knit and Sew" club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. L. R. Kees. There was an exchange of gifts. The name has been changed to "Nit-and-so" club. DahlgronS enter etained her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Faulkner, Eagle Grove, at dinner. 7TH BIRTHDAY Billy JJtrohmau, son of Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Strohman, celebrated his 7th birthday with a party last Week Monday. Billy and his guests played games and were served a birthday supper by his mother. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Mary Cink entertained her 500 club Wednesday afternoon. • eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee TO GO CAROLING The, Senior Methodist MYF will go caroling at 5 p.m. Sun day, Dec. 18. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones. AT 50TH WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley and family attended the 50th wedding anniversary for the Earl Pitkins, at Forest City, Sunday. 4-H GIRLS TRIM TREE The Christmas tree in the hall at the Good Samaritan Home was trimmed by the U-Go-I-Go girls. Many thanks. It was beau- ifully done. Lone Rock KIWANIS DINNER The Kiwanians are entertain- hg their Queens at dinner Phursday evening at the Algona hotel. ../;• . <• _ . '..•;;• : ., CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Lyle Steele is entertain- rig her card club Tuesday evening. This will be a Christmas REHEARSAL DINNER Mrs. Laura Hough,;is .enter taining at a rehearsal dinner Saturday, December : 17 honor ing Joyce Anderson and Bob Holcomb, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Vf. M. Anderson .and Mrs. Hough respectively whose marriage will take place December 18. Twenty guests will be present; •IRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. Pete Halsrud- observed a birttiday anniversary Friday and had as guests her granddaughter, Mrs. Ed Marlow and Children ;'-of Bancroft. Mrs Oliver Bakken, Mrs. Alice Bak er, Mrs. Amanda Johnson and Mrs. Ann Presthus. The after noon was spent socially. CIRCLE HAS PARTY Ruth Circle of the First Pres byterian church had their Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Richard Mawdsley. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Stanley Sorensen, Gary Davis and Art Hicks. There was a program and gift exchange. D.A.R. HAS MEETING The D.A.R.'s met Tuesday wfith Mrs. James Lytle for a 1:30 p.m. Christmas tea. There was. an exchange of gifts and each member brought clothing for the Indian school they sponsor, a girls-school at Springfield, S. D. INFANT BAPTIZED TyAilan Floyd Dahlgren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dahilgren, Algona, was baptized Sunday, Dec. 11, at First Methodist Chur- The Rev. C. S. Whitehouse, former pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, had major surgery Monday at Ottumwa, where he and his wife now live at Myers Memorial Manor, , The A. A. Kruegers onU Fred- crick Schultzes visited iii Fairmont Sunday with the Clarence Theesfieldis, Harold Kruegers, and Merle Hansens. Tom Olson, son of the Curtis Olsons, had as guests for his 5th birthday Saturday Denise Ramus, Debbie Wibben, Paula Marlow, Ronnie Radig, Larry Newbrough, Carey Priebe, Dennis Thompson, and sister* &ara and Jenni Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tegland, Belmond, grandparents, were .Sunday callers. W. D. Wetebrod, USN, who has been stationed at Iwakuni, Japan, was recently promoted to aviation electricians mate 3rd": He is on a tour of the Far and'-'presently'..Is on S>angiey Point, Philippine Islands. On their way they stopped at Taiwan. This is his second tour of the Far East. Weisbrod is the son of Mrs.. Art .Priebe, of -Lone Rock. ; 8TH GRADERS LOSE The Algona high school eighth grade basketball "team lost to clear Lake Monday night here, 59-45. Rick Nielsen hit 18 points oh. Following the baptism the for Algona to lead the scoring. EugeM Huteliiis also candidate for college post Eugene Hutching, Algona, h*j announced hi* candidacy for the' District 3 board member of the Area Community College, fiarli* er, Edgar Meyer, an instructor in the Algona high school, htd announced for the position and they are the only two candidate* from this area. Election will be Dec. 29. ( V. Mr. Hutchins, 56, has lived his entire life in the area. His wife is the former Irene Dalziel and grew up near Lotto Creek. Mr. lutchins is a graduate qf Atao* na high school in 1927 and afro from Iowa State University in 1932.-' - •.•*;"'.''' '"•;*"*.'""s-' ; : He has been with the Federal Land Bank Assn. here since 1933 and is now manager of the association offices at Forest City and Algona. He served on the Algona city council for 11 Vz year, was general chairman of the Kossuth County Centennial in 1954 and a past member of .the Algona school board from 1955 until 1962. , He has also been active "in the Kiwanis club, the Junior and Senior Chamber of Commerce, the Congregational church, United Fund and the Boy Scouts. The Hutchins have three sons: David, on the faculty of Wisconsin State University 'Bit Whitewater, Wis.; Robert, studying at the University of Heideiberg after four years in the Air Force; and Richard, now a student at Drake University. : OfttrfM flM li Charges were filed tgaliiat i old Emmeteburg youth Monday after his car collided with another at Call and Colby about 10:45 -p.m. Monday flight lit Algona. Eugene N. Mar ttnl, 10 of fiiiitftsttttfif, charged with failing to yield the right-of-way when htt car at Uded with a machine driven by 19-year did Wane Bedcef of Wesley. There was an estimated 1300 damage to both cars ao to Algona police, who investigated. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE r.ftiM^ Big Savings Still on lances We still have a number of freezers, stereos and Color TV sets remaining from our Grand Opening Truckload Sale at BIG SAVINGS ... come in this week, before Christmas, end 'SAVEI' : - " . ' i-. '• - . "-(••'• "' . ' '- : " | ! \ \ BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET Circles of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday af tea-noon, December 15 at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs Mack Carlson and Mrs. Doll; Pierce. Mrs. Warren Bowman will give the devotions. 15 Cu. Ft. Coldspot Freezers Holds r>2f> l.hs. of Kro/fii Durahlc -finish interior can't sttiin, st ( oldspot (It-siKii and totiil-contaft wt'ldfd frt?f/.inj{ foils h'lush hinges, tidjustahlf rold t-oiit TO SING AT HOMES Westminister Junior choir of the Presbyterian daejiefo consist-? ing of 34 members will angi only 164.88 now f I SAVE AS MUCH AS 5 45 00 ON STEREOS Come in and check our big selection of Color TV's — big savings just in time for the holiday Color Shows and Color "Bowl" Games! * NAPKINS, THANK YOU NOTES complete selection 4*1 eveif we Advance Pub. Co. ON TOYS displayed in our show windows only — this weekend only — so epme in while selection il good! Thank you- DOOR PRIZi WINNERS — CLOTHES DRYER — . Mrs. Conrad Kunkel, Livermore DRILL SET -* Mrs. Robert Moritz, TRANSISTOR RADIO — Art Zumach, Lone Rock Qur sincere thanks for the wonderful reception you g«ve the new Algona Seen Catalog Salts during last week's Grand Opening. Your response was most gratifying. ^«»*»«imm«*«*****mmmm**mi***««+** CATALOG SALES 115 East State Street ALGONA Exalting gifts for Everyonel Dusters SAVEI SAVEI SAVE! 20*0 or r OUR ENTIRE STOCK Kiddies Slacks SIZES 3 to 14 1/3 OFF GO OVER BIG! Complete line of Sunbeam Vista STILL A FINE SELECTION OP TOYS, GAMES, DOLLS, AND MANY OTHER CHILDREN'S GIFTSI CARROM BOARD 1 We hava a complete line of Sunbeam Vista Appliances . . . including Steam and Spray'Irons, Radiant Control Roasters, Mixmaster Mixers and Mixmaster Hand Mixers, Stainless Steel Automatic Percolators, Multi-Cooker Fry Pans and Automatic Electric Can Openers. high - Each with a different per- 'sonality. Rooted hair to comb. Official size. Red and black diagram Playg 106 game* SAVE $ 6.66 CHEF-MATE Electric Knife 8.99 GENERAL ELECTRIC Blenders Reg. $39.95 28.88 DISCOUNT CENTER BRACK'S ti I i Mattel's BABY FIRST STEP Walks by herself like a real baby. She's 18 inches talll Assorted Chocolates 5lbs. '199 3lbs. 1.99 SAVE '11.88 "It's Swell." Record Album Coupon THIS COUPON GOOD FOR $1 OFF ANY STEREO OR MONO RECORD ALBUM • Expires Dec, 24, 1966 • On Albums 379 er above — WITH COUPON ONLY — THE MATTEL WINCHESTER "CRACKFIRE" Lever action with shot and ricochet sound m '4.27 AUTHENTIC LOOKING FIGHTING MEN Realistic battlefield/ uniforms and equipment and accessories MATTEL'S MOBILE MISSILE LAUNCHERS 5.99 SAVE iTOi '«^^ . Portable Radios 10-Tran$i$lor AM Splid State Transistors give clear reception. Leather-like case with strap, ear phones and batteries. — SAVE $4,12 Reg $10 $ 5. ^ "OPEN EVERY NI8HT UNTIL OHRI8TMM EXCEPT SATURDAY, DEO. IT If "AlgoAf's Leading Variety ^PwflPSlPWW^W'wlPw^Wi^^n^^^PS^WWPS^Wff^R*'^^

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