Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Teuton churches date programs for Christmas Fenton — Fenton area ohur- 10:3<) - Fenton Methodist church Will hold its children's Christmas program Dec. 22 at 7:30. Christmas Eve the Methodist Youth Fellowship group will again, hold a candlelight worship service for the congregation. The service Will begin at 7:30. Christmas day there will be Sunday school and church services at the regular times of 9:30 and land ««> lesson. They samg Chr-ALflONA thes have busy schedules for the coming Christmas Season. St. Lukes Lutheran church at Fairville will have its older Sunday school Children, caroling on Dec. 22. Dec. 24 the children's Christmas Eve program will begin at 7. There will be no Sunday school Christmas day and church services will be at the regular time. St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton will have a carol candlelight service by the combined choirs of St. John's, Fenton and Immanuel, Lotts Creek. The service will be led by Pastor Veh- liing, Lotts Creek, at 7:30, Dec. 18. The Sunday school will go caroling Dec. 19 at 6:30. Dec. 23 the Walther League will go caroling at 7. The pageant will hold, performances Wednesday, Dec. 21, and Thursday, Dec. 22. The children's Christmas Eve program will begin at 7 Dec. 24. On Christmas day services will be held at the regular times of 8:45 for church and 10 lor Sunday school. • ALL TYPES CARPENTRY WORK Specializing In • CEILING WORK • COMBINATION WINDOWS & DOORS | • REMODELING JOBS Free Estimates For Quality Work, At a Price You Can Afford To Pay CALL or SEE WALT ZENTNER'Sl CARPENTRY SERVICE 295-2517 ALGONA St. John's Lutheran church at Depew will have its Children's Christmas program at 7:30 Dec. 23. There will be no Sunday school Christmas day and the Worship service will begin at the regular time. CLUB HAS PARTY The Friendly Neighbors cluib met last week with Mrs. Ed Meyer and Lena Luedtke. Assistant was Edith Laage. It was the club's annual Christmas party. Guest was Mrs, Ed Bruhn. The program was led by Mrs. W. E. Laage. December birthdays were Ann Willrett, Lizzie Meyers, Ruth Luedtke, Clarice Luedtke, and Edith Laage. Secret Sisters were revealed in a gift exchange .and new Sisters drawn for 1967. REST HOME PROGRAM Rev. Russell Eldridge of the Fenton Methodist emu eh we to the Turner rest home at Arm strong Sunday and conducted a worship service for the patients Hei was accompanied by the 3n through 6th grade children o the congregation. They sang several songs. Mrs. E. Sen lei ac companied them on the piano Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Mrs lerschel Hartman drove for the hildren. istttKrt 'bafote and several read OhriMinflS poems. Guests were M». Lleyd ftiMiestad, Mrs. Mar* Vey Hetiiicksen, Mrs. Vernon Finnestad of St. James and Mrs. Butt Fdssunr of Fairmont. The Darrel Dreyers spent several days last week at Kansas City at a grain dealers convention. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. met last week for the annual Christmas party. The theme was "Good News to All People." The program corn' mittee was Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Ervin Borohart and Mrs. Ernest Votteler.' A gift exchange was held and Secret Pals were revealed. A pot luck lunch was served. Sunday guests of the Albert Mitchells were the Morris Mitchells, Richard Underwoods and >emaris Uthof for Lynotte Underwood's birthday. Mrs. Gene Tietz, Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and-Mrs. Melvin Pom >e were among Avon represen- latLves at a Christmas party a 5tnmetsburg Thursday. Gamss were played and prizes given. Mrs. F. F. Mueller recently at tended the All-State band, 01 chestra and chorus performanic at Des Moines. She aittanda THURSDAY, 06C, 15, far'to Mrs. Arnold Mant6liiij|n and travel to Mrs* Ernest i" .& The 500 fcifthday clttb had its annual Christmas t>a*ty with the husband!* at Dr, J. T, Waite's on Sunday, Guesfci of the group were the Chaflie Feyes. Prises went to Mrs. Larry Gade, Mrs. Charlie Feye, Gerald Langer- ma,n and Charlie Feye, Secret pals were revealed at a gift ex- hange. December birthday was Mrs. Bernie Kramer. The January party will be at Mrs. Roger "rink's. The Norman Bellingers wef,e Friday callers with Mrs. Bollin 'erf's grandmother, Mrs. C. C Gushing, Fairmont, Woman's dub at Burt holds art program Officers for Seneca elub are elected Seneca—Mrs. Delmar Fischer had the Seneca Thursday club the Home Cafe at Ringsted, Friday. Secret Sisters were revealed and Christmas gifts were exchanged. The hostess lad the entertainment after which refreshments were serv ed. During the meeting they elected new officers: Mrs. Ed Grandyiew. A cairMifias card party was held Dec. 6 at Ronald Sabitt's Arith guests the Victor ftodt- eatis, Art Gades, Howard Longs jtnd Robert Deals. There was an annual gift and cookie exchange and 500 was played. The women brought gifts ifctftheir nusbands. A birthday party 'held ait Mrs. Margaret Kents, Algona, Friday •or SUe with guests Linda Hunt Diane Allen, Nancy Moe, Kathy Miller, Gloria Canaday and Peg gy Sabin. Visitors with, Florence Col well and Claude Fowler Sunday for Mrs. Colweil's birthday were the Charles Colwells, St. Bene diet, Mrs. Marie Colwell, Algona to AcMey Sunday and visited Mrs. Capeaius's sister, Mrs. Joe laftig • •• '• • ; ' -••'••• Kevin Berte, 3, is staying With the Erttest his ntother, Mrs. Edmund Berte, is a patient tis grandparents, iormanns, while »t Mertsy hdsrilal, The Bertes hrfve. —,.---, Deaf* Charles, bora, wfc wei«hittr81b«. ' ' ' •*" I' Ji Adv«rtlM in MM «if«ul«t«n '/IN ;6? •th England, president, Mrs Erwiti Vottler, vice, and Mrs Everett Witham, sec-treas. 'Mrs Withani w!<Ll be the January hostess. Eye is injured by a tree branch and B. O. Davises and Darrel, Irvington. The Bernard Capesiuses went The Burt Women's Club met Dec, 12 at Mrs. H. J. Lacy's as- 136 FOR RED CROSS The annual Red Cross Drive at Fenton has bean completed with a total of $136.30 turned in >y the workers. Mrs. James Meyer was chairman. Helpers were Urs. Merle Voigt, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mrs. Homer Mattheisen, Mrs. Ray Uthof, Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Pete Koenck and Mrs. George Jorgensen Jr. the performance with her daugh ter aind family, the Arley Doilies and Marcia. Another granddaughter, Charlene, was in the program. They were the top musicians in Iowa and there were 600 students in the chorus, 269 in the band and 204 in the orchestra. The confirmation class of Fenton Methodist church enjoyed Sunday afternoon bowling. Sunday callers at Kenneth Bellingers were the Gene Tletzes and Michael and Norman Boilin- gers. Michael and Debra and Kris were overnight guests. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Mrs. Jack'Gerhart had a group of woman for bridge on Dec. 8 at Mrs. Johnson's. High prize went to Mrs. Lloyd Ben-k land, second to Mrs. Larry Alt "isted by Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. CHORUS ON TELEVISION The Sentral high school mixed chorus under the direction of Kenley Zwiefel will appear on the "Sounds of Christmas',' program over KEYC-TV Friday, Dec. 23, from 3:30 to 4 p.m. CHURCH CIRCLE MEETS ;The.Ijfoijth Circle of St. John's Lutheran Aid of Depew met lasl Thursday at Mrs. John Fmne- stad's. Mrs. Morris Mitchell had devotions and Mrs. Melvin Berk Carl Reynolds and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Roll call was Christmas deas given by 26 members. Members brought Christmas gifts to be sent to Cherokee State Hospital. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher had the Christmas candlelight service with meditations and members singing Christinas carols. Mrs. Ryersion showed the Christmas cards which she and Mrs. Ryerson had designed a.nd made each year from 1926 until the piesent year. These cards are shared with many, friends and relatives. The topic was "Challenge to use your gifted abilities in fine arts". The next club meeting Irvington—Albert Harms, Al- employed by Ray Irons, s off work with an eye injury received Saturday. He was help- .rag unload heavy material at he city dump, when it began to slide off the truck. As he jumped back out of the way the branch of a tree pierced the edge of one eye and scratchc'd his nose. The injury required five stitches. There is also injury to the eyeball. The Charles Reapers went'to Eagle Grove Dec. 14 to attenc the funeral of Clarence Larsen^ formerly of the LuVerne area William Larsen and family, brother of the deceased, livet in Irvington many years ago and worked for Clarence Mawd sley. Mrs. Loreh Larson left las week for several, days with th« Clarence Calligans at Pooahon will be Jan. 2 at Mrs. Raymond tas. She plans to go to Dubuque Lovstad's assisted by Mrs. F. L. for the winter with, her slatea Ryerson and. Mrs. J. F. Vogel. j Gertrude Merritt, at 1945 North NOW New Insurance Coverage for Savings Protects up to Selection ONCHRISTMA Beautiful Poinsettas Azaleas Mums Cycl Plants 2 I \ Remember your family and friends with flowers from our outstanding selection — Flowers tele* graphed anywhere in the United States, Algona Greenhouses ; 'HUENHOy>'S FINE FLOWERS" Phone 5-2584 Visit Qur Greenhouse* *9O,OOO For a family of 3 saving here! BY ACT OF CONGRESS, the Federal' Savings f and Loan Insurance Corporation, of which this association is a member, has been authorized to increase savings account insurance coverage to $15,000 for each insurable account. Greater protection for your savings means you can build even larger cash reserves in complete safety—all in accounts with our association. For example: the picture chart shows how a family of three can build a substantial cash backlog, all in insurable accounts. A family of three (a man, his wife and child), may each have in his or her own name a fully insured $15,000 savings account. In addition, each person may hold accounts jointly with one or more other members of that family. The funds in each of these separately owned joint accounts are also insured up to $15,000. Start today to make the most of your savings . . . with insured safety and generous profits. Open or add to your account now. $15,OQQ Husband $15,000 Husband and Wife $15,000 Wife $15,000 Wife and Child Illll $15,000 $15,000 Child Husband and Child F-100 pickup that IS STILL IN WARRANTY. Custom Cab with V-8 engine, long box, deluxe two-ten* paint, white sidewalk, loaded, with extras. ONLY 12,000 ACTUAL MILES. Save many dollars on this unit. on Passbook Savings pn Six Month Investment Certificates Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Awounts Fully Insured to $15,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. 1966 FORD LTD, 4-door Hardtop, factory air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, "390" engine. Vinyl roof, solid white. Newish! 1965 FORD Fairlan* "500" 4-door, V-8, standard trans., radio, solid whit*. 1965 CHEVROLET 4-door Impala, V-8, Power Glide, power steering, two-tone white with aqua top. 1964 BUICK LeSabre 2-door Hardtop, automatic trans., radio, solid white, one-owner. 1964 MERCURY Montclair 4-door, Hardtop, power brakes, power steering, radio, Mercomatic. Turquoise color with matching trim. 1964 FORD Custom 500, 4-door, V-8, overdrive, air conditioned, power steering. 1963 CHEVROLET, Power Glide, 4-door Sedan, V-8, beige and white. Clean. 1963 FORD 2-door Hardtop, overdrive, V-8, radio, white with red trim. 1963 FORD Custom 300, 4-door, 6 cylinder, straight stick, real economy. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 XL, bucket seats, factory air conditioning, radio, baby blue color. 1963 DODGE 4-door, 6-cylinder, straight stick, turquoise. 1962 MERCURY Monterey Custom, 2-door Hardtop, power steering, radio, Mercomatic. Brown color, extra nice. 1962 MERCURY Monterey, 4-door custom, power steering, V-8, Mercomatic. Beige color. 1962 MERCURY Meteor Custom, 4-door, V-8, Mercomatic, radio, clean. 1962 PONTIAC Star Chief, 4-door, V-8, auto, trans., radio, medium blue, matching trim. 1962 FORD Ranch Wagon, 4-door, 6-passenger, V-8, Fordo, matic. 1962 FORD Station Wagon, 6 cylinder, straight stick. 1962 FORD Galaxie 500, 2-door Hardtop, power steering, Fordomatic, radio. 1962 OLDS 4-door Fiesta station wagon, radio, auto., V-8. 1961 MERCURY station wagon, 6-passenger, power brakes, Mercomatic, V-8. Black and white, sharp. 1961 COMET 4-door, auto, trans., 6-cylinder, radio. Real economy. 1961 OLDS 4-door Celebrity "88", V-8, auto, trans., turquoift color, extra nice. 1961 ME.RCURY Monterey 4-door, white with power steering and power brakes. 1960 OLDS "88" station wagon, power steering, power brakes, blue and white. TAYLOR MOTOR CO, "On the Spot Financing" FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Phone 295-3504 «• .

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