Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 2
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' - b'r; <!' .' r; c." , ' <"' i • §EL CANTO Bet Cabto music club held their Christmas party last Wed- rcesday. Mrs. Wade Sullivatt wa$ hostess assisted by;Mrs. V«rnon Jensen and Mr$; Eugelte McMa? lion. The program had a foreign accent with each member wearing foreign apparel and display ing cookies from other countries. , ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH SifurtUy, Dftc. 24 11:00 p.m. — Midnight arkt. -' '• i •>' ., , Sunday, !)*«» 2S 11:00 a.m. -- 1 Holy " ion. WedneMtey, Dee, 28 5:00 p.m. -^ Holy Comrmiifr ion.' f-ALGONA (lowi) ADVANCE THURSDAY, CISC. Joyous [§tiri$tnias [Greetings Owe wish Is that you waken to a Christmas full of the best the season offers.. . the joy of loving friends, the peace of plenty. Have the Merriest Christmas of allt ,, vh^.r., >,}';. », * A?|8fBB ^"7 .;»••' joined by Mr. and Mrs. Dicfe UfUMiKrtu rrmiiJ*. JVUBSIJ iia, ** spend Chfytmas with MfS?. „- sfo fififenfr Mf. aM MM. "Bud" Barnard, who will be well re* membered as former Algonans. Mrs. Lydla Wettel had it guests Saturday Mr. find' Mtti Henry Wetzel and Dale, of AUs- tih, Minn. Sunday she had as guests Mf, and Mrs. Omar Me* Mahon, her sotMn-law^and diu< ghter and gttndditighters Lind* Cooke, of jEochester, MinnY and Karen Cooke of;>flrine*polis. Dinner gvests Chrlthne^ day at the Clarence, Frasers will be their son William, of Cedar Rands, their son4n-law and daugh* :er Mr, and Kirs. Charles SchUe- vert and family, Mary Ffaser and Minnie Barker, " ,'t v ' Let there be joy ^ '!'• "' «i>W laughter with friends, l'f t ,;j t / ' '> $tiifto? *» d 1 amil y • • * l ----- '*--- ' » f ---y|Coyi*r/»«w gfeethigsf <' V M,'l"< ' \W I 1 ! /'• ' ji_. I (O * »' ,d*_i !<_«_•_ ' i • [ni (WlTBe.WH . •>• i .•fj.f.s'u ,MVn •WWI** ^^ij i \ t fT4^^ ^^ — -^ -^ , \T^t -7 — ;rV; ^A!GONA, .ow^! 5 'v. S 'j't, ' ' ?> gf^^.?8^B:! ««tv •}- ? Baiicrbtj »', City, the and Mfs. fravas. *u * CHUHTMAS PARTY A > neigihborh0od, ... party Was held at the JuMafi Chrisehilles hotoe WedneiMay altennoon. Guests were RaJidy ftnd Shelly Smith, Connie, Cath- •••ooo»oa»ooooo»oo»oooo« con By Mae McLeen The annual Christmas supper followed by a program was held at the Irvington. church Thursday eveningi Over 'fifty pupils participated in recitations, exer- Engaged ..„ .-.. JEAN RAHE, Minneapolis, Minn, and daughter'of Mr,, i a'nd'Mrs.i George Balie of Bancroft,: was married to Gerald 'RV Nelson, also of Minneapolis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Knute Nelson of Little Falls, Minn, on Saturday, Nov. 26 with Rev,, Father John McGrath officiating at the double ring ceremony in St. Helina's Catholic church. ' X^ -"-^ I-.* Mrs. James Rahe, sister-in-law of the bride, of St. Paul;Minn., was matron, of honor. James Rahe, St^Paul, brother df the bride, was best man. Ushers were Eugene Nelson of North Minneapolis, brother of the groom, and Alan Menke, Bancroft, cousin of the bride. M . A wedding dinner was held following the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high school at Bancroft^ and St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing of Sioux City. She is' employed at the University of Minnesota hospital. The groom attended school at Little Falls and is employed at Southtown Texaco in- Minneapolis. They will be home at Minneapolis. . Cresco Mothers end Daugh. ters club held their annual Christmas party Dec. 14 at Deanne Gerber's with Gladys Eisenibarth assisting. There 4~>f " A I ^,• A, /vi^v X/ '^:^-'.' /A ' \ ^ %*•"• v v >wWWC ,vv(*v v -y I. ** *' , >. > k /^ f V ,' */' "vACiS/^feVV LORI ago, ant qMiet nifht, the $$ : . Mestofe MUM, :r,wi"r^ w ^ ftirr"";• ^-• • • . and in iti i»Wt of Hop* and Paoce we send flit were 18 v presept. Quests were Mrs. SylVib %ermian, Mrs. Ervin Gerber and Mrs. Robert Gerber. The meeting was conducted' by Geneva Sorenson. There was a andy and a gift exchange. Mrs. Margaret Kent and Doris Wilier helped the letter's grand- mither, Mrs. Elma Potter, observe a birthday Tuesday. They took her to dinner and ia the afternoon served coffee and cookies to 35 guests. Sunday guests of Mrs. Elmer otter wei-e the Vic Applegates, Ames. Clarence Gardners, Boone & Lawrence Millers. Callers were the Guy Raneys, liv- ermore. The Dr. L. R. Potters spent a few days last week with their daughter, the Don McDonoughs, Sr., were dinner guests at Mr,. and Mrs. Leo Immerfalls last week Wednesday night. Mrs. Fred Allen and Troy of Iowa City, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Immerfall and JQmber- ly,t Mankato,' are; coming to spend Christmas with" Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall. Mrs. Edna Sehilfi returned to the Good Samaritan Home 1 cises and songs. Sunday morn ing,, following the .worship service, a filmstrip, "When the Little .Gbmel Knelt"; was shown to thelpiinday Scnool pupils, using J - Ui -Sjeifcor, recprdplayer and recently purchaged 'by h with memorial mon- the 'Clarence Canaday and Mrs. Loren Larson. Dinner guests at Bernard Capesius's Sunday evening were their daughter, the Charles Col\ye|l" family, St. Benedict, Mrs. Florence.'Colwell and brother, Claude Fowler, Irvington. The Bernard Capesiuses left Thursday, Dec. 22 for Christmas and a week with their daughter, Mrs. James McCaffcry, Irving, Texas. '.'' ',.'•. ' ••'-- ."' ''"> Mrs. Marie Colwell, Algona, Mrs. B. O. Davis, and her mother, vMrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, went to Livermore Dec. ••ITj^and visited Mrs. Mary Colwell and son Tim for Tim's birthday. ; Steve Eischen, son of the Rob- ert'Eisohens, arrived home Saturday from St. Benedict college; Atchison, Kanan., for a three MR. AND- MRS. Edward J Besch, Whittemore, announce the engagement of their daugh ter, Anna Marie, to Eugene Weir, son of the Ralph Weirs o Wesley. She is a 19,64 Garrigan high graduate and is presently employed at Thermogas Co. of Algona. He is a 1963 graduate of Titonka and is serving in the army in Viet Nam. An early spring wedding is being planned. -, „ Dtekrflianii) .Mack, Mriii^ PfihHlnfat and U Liferley, j SMitm and ,„.„_ Suftdet attd the dirischil- les.tihildren, &MveV!Johi5i, David and Sata. MotKeW .were abo| g'ue'sts. ' . NMd Prlrittrtd? ' AT 7Ht ADVANCE Wi Feature: • Kohler FixturM • Gas Convertibns •" Myers Pumps' , , and H E A.T>I N G 1REEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING REPAIRS -IHSTALLATtOMS-REMODELING R.J.FUIIK Plnbii; & Heating 119 S, Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3234 •»•»»«••«••••»•»»»»•*•»« Rock The tone Rock Presbyterian church will have the Sunday morning worship service Christmas day at 9:30 instead of the usual 10 a.m. Sunday school will begin at 10:15 and will be dismissed at li; Youth fellowship will go caroling Thursday night and will have refreshments in the church basement afterwards.;"' "••;.'•• . •'''', '' :: ., : ' '". / .''•' • The Robert Fortneys and girlsi plan to spend Christmas with Mrs. Fortney's family in BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" .''.:, "••:'7^ • LUVERNE * WESLEY • TITONKA $? RENWICK, "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" ter. several days of hospitaliza- Algoni, low« LAST TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE $25 SAVINGS BOND TO Bi GIVEN AWAY FRIDAY, DEC. 23 Winners will be announced on the 12:15 News, Saturday, Dec. 24 Merry Christmas FROM ALL OF US AT THE Iowa State Bank "AT THE TIME & TEMPERATURE CORNER" ALGONA, IOWA tion at St. Ann. Mr. .arid Mrs. Milton- W. H. MorUng, of Emmetsburg, were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. atthew Streit. Esther Quinby, well known 'ormer teacher for many^ years n the Algona school system, re.- iretV last year and went to live ri Cedar Falls. She is now a pa- ,ient at Sartory hospital and so far no definite word has been received as to What' procedure will be made toward possible surgery. • A family dinner will be held Christmas at the Glen Teeter f '$ n Bu'rt. In attendance will be Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Nelson Sohaller. DeVere Miner i« critically ill ;it an Iowa City hospital. He had lung surgery Friday. His brother Ray Miner, Humboldt,visited 'him Saturday. There were over 170 guests for the open house of the William Runcheys, One of the attendants at their wedding was present Ellis Runchey, St.Louis Their children were hosts. The rmests came from St. Louis Minneapolis, Swea City Mason City, Manson and West Bend. The Tony Sprencen* were honored by their children' for their 40th wedding Sunday the Presbyterian church with over 150 registered. They were honored at dinner at their son, the Stanley Sorensen's. Mr, and Mrs, Kenton Immerfall and 1 Kim, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Jr, and family, Mrs. Florence Bjustrom, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, of LuVerne, Mrs. Russell C and Henry Johannsen. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Will liaving Audrey Frye and Ann Harvey as Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fur»f going to Britt for dinner gift exchange Dec, 24 and'wii Christmas and' New Year's vacation. He i will return o college January 11. The Verl Pattersons attended an early Christmas family din- at Mrs. Bitterson's brother, .he Richard Huntleys, Renwick, Sunday. •'.. -*''• >.;••;. ' .Clarence Canaday, Gloria and >on, plan to leave this Thursday for Douds for a visit with die former's mother, Mrs. Fern aday. They will return Fri- Russell Canaday will do the farm chores in their absence. Clarence Canaday, Gloria and Don, were guests of the Orrie Petersons at Burt, Sunday. 'Guests at Blanche Lage's Saturday were, the Otis Opsals, Estherville. The James Lages were .visitors at Mrs. Lage's Sunday. •••.•:•'' The Robert Skillings, Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz, Livermore, and Wayne Jones, Burt, were callers Sunday evening at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona, Where they visited with Mrs. Shilling's and Mrs, Stiltz's parents, the Ray Fitches for the Fitch's 61st wedding. Take your car where the experts ar$ Naad Printing? AT THI ADVANCE THOMAS FUNERAL OHIPEL FfflTON Experienced ^mbalmers and Funeral Directors ^a>«^ . 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CNMLlEi SUPPER CLUB IN ALGONA IDEAL FOR BUSINESSMEN, CONTRACTORS, PROFESSIONAL MEN AND MANY OTHERS See Chuck McVay For Full Details This Week 7fOV«/ifl0 t» ST, PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THI MIDWAY LODGE o*Twm$ HUtor Hotel iffWP^P Undir 14 tm IAU9MIr UK ' (Ch»cli BOMS) MIDWAY LODGES QUEST 1975 UIUIIUSITV AVENUE ST. PMH-, MIHWSPT* 55191 D Tito IdoUr H»t»l |r»chur* .tatarf»U8« «n thinu If |p ejf •

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