Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 19, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 19, 1966
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-**' ,** JA*'* I-ALOONA (Itwa) AOVANCi MONDAY, Dt€. If, 1M4 JOLLY NEIGHBORS MEET •fcjfcia ^**«z ji -v* .«^.*i-H J^taMna*MHttfii|ijMI tthe JJolly Neighbors Cluo ol Lotts Creek met for their Christmas I*airty with a dinner it Cunninghams Cafe at Burt it noon on December 14. All 14 members and 3 guests were present. A short business ,meet- fig was held. It was voted to Jve a cash donation to the Children's Home in Sioux City, Viola Wichtendahl and, Gladys Fuerstenau had charge of the program. Games and carols were were sung. played There was an exchange of gifts and secret pals were revealed. The liAxt meeting will be with Mrs. <-. "For Listening Pleasure Unlimited Robert Berte held men's high score for the evening. Other winning scores Were held by Mrs. Robert Berte and Donald Borman.. Mr. and Mrs, Horace P. Becker Were guests. "COFFEE" HOSTESSES A Christmas tree charmingly trimmed with red velvet ribbon and striped candy canes added to the <holiday spirit at a coffee given Tuesday by Mrs. Thomas Cogdali and Mrs; Elgin Allen. The hostesses served a Variety of tiny cookies, pastes ana candies. Sparkling red and green touches throughout the room created a festive atmosphere for the guests. TAKES WESTERN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Sid Johnson, Algona are leaving Dec. 22 lor Denver, Colo., to visit their son, ;he Duane Johnsons. The Leonard Dittmers, Burt, will accom- >any /them. From Denver the (ohnsons will depart for Covina, 3alif., to join their daughter, the Edwin Schrelbers. They will return to Algona approximately Jan. 10. Vehling on January 1ft »t 1:30 Mr. and MM. John T Pm ' iftiDOl CLUI MIITI CLUB HAS PAHTY Mrs, Detafto Grtmm entertained her 500 club last week Saturday evening at A Christmas painty. The husbands of the members of the dub, were guests at the patty. Mark Thilges won the travel prize and his wife won high for the ladies, ent. Cards Were played and there was an exchange of gifts. Next meeting will be at Mary Becker's on Jan. 4, with Leona Sabin, hostess. MARRIED DEC, 3 Jeanette Foley, Watertown, So. Dak., and Frank Duerr, Al goha, were married at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3 at the Trinity Lutheran church by Rev, W. H. Friedrich, Attendants were Mr and Mrs. Deb Hall. Others in attendance were the bride's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Tom But tcrfield, Marsihalltown, the groom's son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duerr, Omaha, Nebr. and Mrs Minnie Hauck, Gettysburg, S. D PARTIES HE!D~ Th« Cooks Welding personne was entertained at a Christmas party Thursday evenings at Gen* Hood entertained her bridge club lAst Monday afternoon, Winning scores wer* held by Mr*, Tim O'Brien and Mrs. John Dreesmati. CHRISTMAS "COFPEE" Mrs. L. L. Snyder was hostess at a Christinas coffee in nir gaily-decorated home last morning. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs, Milton Norton Was host* ess to the Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon, DINNER GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle had as dinner guests Monaay evening Mr. V and Mrs. Kyiti Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Howard beeley. Mrs. Ted Chrisohilles bridge club met Thursday evening and after dinner at unarley's wen) to her home for cards and a gift exchange. • ^ ^ ^ ^ * m •••••••I Letters to the Editor Four aoeifab on Friday Thf6e, youths escaped injury when their car went out of con' rol one mile west of Algona on the McGregor blacktop about 9:30 p.m. Friday, the fourth accident of the day investigated by authorities here,; Dennis P. Burke, Chicago, 111., lost control of his 1964 Pontiac just west of town and tile machine went into the ditch and overturned, The car had almost $1,000 in estimated damage but Burke and two companions escaped uninjured. He was charged with driving without a license by patrolman Tom Cogdali, who investigated Algona police checked three accidents Friday afternoon. Cars driven by Irene Pugsley an< Odeal Eller, both of Algona roltoted Fttoty about 3 p.m. it an «U*y oft North Moor* stwei. city poke* nid, titt lour <*r ,~~Z &«'.tU-».x J - iMi| **,« ffcHtttlfcrt iM NODiwa ana me rugsiey machine ftttttek it from «he rear with about $?0 total ramage. At Moore Mid State street* about 4 p.m., a car driven by Joe Rahm collided with * car driven by John L. Reid as Rahm was bucking up. There was 92uO damage to Uie Reid machine and 150 to the Rahm car. II II ft!* *l tt Jfi* mi OK% fdftti id th« Uf Hill At M MtVM bartv. Novelty eorsttfe* and •arty. Novelty corsage* and <*ec- If Daughters With th* ootb at the buffet table. A similar accident at State and Wooster streets about 3 p.m. where a car being backed up by John Hood collided with a machine driven by Jim Me* Mahan, both of Algona. The Hood car had about damage while McMahan had an estimated |70 in damage. No charges were filed in any of the three Algona accident*. ON VEISHEA COMMITTEE Amt* — Clara Mae Schnaken berg, daughter of the Thees Schnakenbcrgs, Lu Verne, has been named' art director of the publicity committee for the 1967 Veishea May 4-6. of America Court St. Jo»eph ted their regular meeting Wednea- day evening, Dec. 14, with vtee regent, Mm. Marvin Reding presiding. The meeting WM pfe* ceet&by a 6:30 pot luck din- iMr with Rev, L C. Schumacher and St. Frauds Stater* as special guests. Following the meet* ing a visit from Santa Cku§, social hour with Court WhlM tallowed. Mrs. Art Zeimet re< ceived the door prize With Mrs. Maurice Reding and Sister Mia- ael receiving the prices in card*. The Court made their annual Christmas remembrance* arid also gave S20 to the Ciucyk or* phan fund. Mrs, /David McGulre gave a short talk oh Chriirtfnas The hall and tables were decorated in a holiday theme with a large Christmas tree and Christ- CUB SCOUTS SING Cub Scouts of Pack No. 29 went caroling at the County Home, both Good Samaritan Homes and St. Ann Hospital, Monday night ,Dec. 19. Several Kiwanians, members, of the boys and girls, committee, provided transportation. Hot chocolate and cookies were served at the church. Charlie's. The Taylor / Motor" Company entertained here at a dinner Wednesday night. Other dinners have been given by the Thermo-gas company December 12, Stanley Products December 16, Bu'scher Brothers, December 16 and the B.TiW..this week. 8th BIRTHDAY Cheryl McOlure celebrated her eighth birthday..'with a party last Week? Saturday afternoon. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verne McCiure. Guests at the birthday celebration were Kathy Koob, Andrea Cubit, Debbie DeValois, Kijn Scuff- ham and Cally Bangs. . Dear Editor: Tliank you for publishing the ohurcih page in the' Algona Advance. Thanks also to the individuals and business establishments who sponsor this page, i Kenneth Marty Local Secretary Lu Verne Evangelical United Brethren Church DUPLICATE BRIDGE The next meeting of the Algona Duplicate Bridge Club will be held at 7:45 p.m. Monday, Dec. 19, at the Legion building. Winners at the last sessio.i were: 1st—Clara, Zender and Katherine Gilmore; 2nd 1 —Helen Laing and Jackie Miller; 3rd— Mr. and Mrs. Jim Everds. CHRISTMAS BANQUET The" Friendly Club tod their Christmas banquet at Van's Cafe, Dec. 7. Guests were their husbands.. There were 15 pres- ATTEND L. A. WEDDING Mrs. Edward Maland, of Titonka flew to Los Angeles, Calif, last week to attend the wedding Saturday of her brother Charles Loar. The two small children, Troy and Allen, are being cared for by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Famish. Mrs.' Maland will be home Tuesday. , TO CRESCO OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs/ Nels Anderson are going to Cresco December 25 to attend the open house being given in honor of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooney Judy and Robert, Reseda, Calif came Sunday to the parental Robert Scarrs for a two weel visit. Mr. and Mrs. T. James Palmer became grandparents, Nov 25 when a son Mark Robert was born to their daughter Marilyn and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mi ohael Gagen, Cheyenne, Wyo There is a brother Michael and a sister, Michelle. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs H. Gagen, TheinsviUe, Wis. Mf. and Mrs. fid Bormann Apent Sunday in Ames with iheir daughter and «oti-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Him in observance of the second birthday of their grandson, Phil. Mr*. Peter Bormann entertained her Five Hundred dub on Tuesday afternoon with their annual Christmas party Mid gilt exchange. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Tony Becker, Mary Jane Driger and Mrs. Wm. lie, Mrs. Susie Kramer entertains the club on Decenv bet 28.•:,•"'•::'.. ,",•' . . Mrs, Ralph Kothaas and Ran* dy accompanied by Mrs. Marvin Kollasch, Algona to Iowa City on Tuesday where Randy had a medical Check at the Childrens hospital, : ' We Are Now Open 7a.m. to 8p.m. SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DINNER NOW Under New Management The COFFEE SHOP (HOTEL ALGONA) SHOP LATE Its too late to shop early But you can still depend on the HUB Clothiers for a complete stock and dependable apparel during these last hectic shopping days before Christmas "HOME OF BRAND!P NAMES" •C^-HUB liUT Christmas VALUE SENSATION! MVt ACTUAL l.M FAMOUS ' " ' ' ;.- ; • ' ** ''• 'l i •> • :' . • NMOY LEE'S BUTTER FRUITCAKE 14 ounct There's no mystery about the delectable taste. Nancy Lee buys the very finest ingredients available and blends them skillfully by hand in small batches. Baked in a lovely foil container and boxed for mailing. Th* Finest For Gifts For Your Family! from OF ALGONA A lovely robe from Sheakleys' wonderful collection is a last-minute gift suggestion that is sure to please .. . >,v choose from long and lanquishing robes or others, short and scintillating. Our selection is the finest . .. priced from $7 to $26. A gift from Sheakleys will be a qyick way to her heart on Christmas day. quid M'y- WILLIAMS Open Every Night 'Til Christmas''

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