Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 17
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
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school will give its Christmas concert Dec. 20 a* B o'clock it the Sentrai auditorium. The newly formed Madrigal will give a sacred concert or cantata, "0 Beloved Shepherds". The high school choir will give a cantata, Ttoreson runs for director of .... •- >. •-:-..;:..- .•• A 'I'-- ••: • college area Seneca — Orville Thoreson, of .this area, filed for director of District One of Area Three of the Lakes Region Community College and Area Vocational .schools. District One includes the school districts of Ledyard, Lakota, Titonka, Bancroft Ind. Greenwood, Ramsey, Rural Sen tral, Grant Ind., Ringsted and Swea City. Mr. Thompson is a land own er in both Kossuth and Emmet regular 'monthly meetings, counties. He and his brother, birthday Dec. Baileys, Mans 16. Hie C. Jensens and 0. Elmer Withams spent the evening with them. The John Simpsons. Mrs. Opal Simpson and Mr. Henry t day guests of the fivtfett-Witfe amsfSr Mf. Witnainf th Also joining 'them ' the Elmer WithaJiw. Bertha dlsefi anil John O were Sunday guests of the Deft, 1 nis Hoeins, Armstrong for Briaft Christ Was Born". This schmitt, Wtiittemore, were Stwi^' Heoin's birthday, collection uses a number of old familiar carols in * new setting. A number of small groups and ensembles will also be featured. HAVE HOLIDAY PARTY Seneca Modern Mixers members held a Christmas party at Mrs. Henry . Looft's Tuesday hbon. They voted a monetary gilt to the Kossuth Retarded Children's Fund and also the Christian Home at Council Bluffs. Plans were made for the couple's parties in .January and February which will replace the The filekjar Sunday SchoolRaymond BefgUJn's Wednesday Christmas program will be giv-f or * workshop and program en Dec. 22 at 7:30 at the church. p t a fonijtg ffiefttafif tor the new —— . year. They planned the Chrisi^ CHURCH GROUP M66TS mas program for this Thursttey The executive board of theafitertloort at- the' di'Utdl With Blakjar Lutheran church worn-Mrs. Hettyy wilbergi Mrs. Men^ on met at Pjresident-elect, Mrs.rietta Thoimpson and Mrs. Kert* ncth Thompson In chtrg*. The Roy Kleins hove Recently moved intd tfie ViCitit ho«e oil the John StrtiickCT farm on*half fnite notth of Wh«« tfiey have been living, Their Wayne Klein*/ hive moved into l,« - *•••/; '.!' '', f - r ,i^w*r the house vacated t* Kleins •JHeffttlft'Z •'' ' jf*rmw* mil* IIWW i3 • i 4t fnir jutf/wer*** Cecil farm in the Swea City area as Thoreson Bros. He is married with a family of three, Petrea, sophomore at Ames; Thor, sophomore at Swea City high school; and Heide, in Otih grade. *..,' He is a veteran of World War II and has served on many public service boards. He is a member of the Lutheran church and is a member of the KossuUi County Board of Education. CHOIR ON TELEVISION The Sentrai Community higih school choir will go to Mankato Dec. 23 to make live appaarance on KEYC-TV at 3:30 p.m. Carols, tolk songs, ^cou.umporairy Christmas and, r/ a spiritual will be given. T'he group sang Christmas Carols and tnen haa a gift exchange. Mrs. Daviu LooJt was a guest. The . first couple party will ba held at Mrs. Jos Maddan. Co-hioctesses will ba Mrs. Wayne Omiiemus, ,Mrs. Hianry LcoJt, Mrs. Cufiford Gangstead, Mrs. Richard Bauer, Mrs. Robert Burt, aad Mrs. Herbert Krause. HOME PROM HOSPITAL Alfred Petersen, who has been a patient at the hospital at Estherville recuperating from an injury when a tree limb fell on him while he was sawing wood, was released from the hospital Saturday late afternoon. He will spend the next few weeks convalescing at his home. . SCHOOL CONCERTS The Sentrai Comnium'jty AT CONVENTION Jerry Wilberg and Dwane Johanneson,. seed corn dealers, recently, attended a star-dealer meeting at^'Sac Cityi The Star- dealers .and. wives' were taken on a toiir of the, plant at Sac City. Cyril Kreiner, Fort Alton- son." x won the two-door, hardtop Cadillac. ATTEND FUNERAL :'The.Elmer Hannisches recently alt srided the funeral for a nephew, Clarence Wibb,nk, 45, of- Plover.'Mr. Wibbink is survived by his wife anid tlirse children. Death was fronv a heart attack while 'he was out in the field. . HAS 79th BIRTHDAY Everett Witham had his 79th Clip m gill! Delight someone on your Christmas list with a gift of telephone service. Here's just one of many Tele-Gift ideas—clip it out as a reminder to order from our business oflice. Or ask any telephone employee. New Trimline* Phone is compaet, convenient. Ths di»l pomes t« you/ for easy, comfprtable phoning! NotthwwWrn M E. Shagora stripe long tle«v« pullover. Gold - rose - seaipray. Sixes S-M-L. 11.00 P. Belted garrison stove pipe pant. Gold • rose • seaspray. Wintuclc fine gauge, rib turtleneek pullover, long, sleeve. Gold - rose l- Sizes 34 to 40. 10.00 . C. Jaequard Jong sleeve cardigan Pink end-blue. 36 to 40 A- Wintuck furtleneek poor boy, muscle sleeve. Gold - rose - sea- 'pray. Sizes S-M-L. 10.00 H. Wool flannel no waist A-Slcirt. Gold - rose - •easpray. Sizes 6-{6. f.OO B. Bias plaid belted A-Skirt. Gold • rose - seaspray. Sizes 6 to 16. and visions Beauty

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