Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 21, 1966
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i- ' '" /: h* v •>*..*..* night by Burt Lions held Monday Burt— The Lions Club Guest Night Dec. 19 at Edhoolhouse with the Band Mothers serving the dinirier, Speaker was John ReineTs, Presbyterian minister at Lafco- ta, told of his experiences as chaplain 'and showed slides of a trip to the Indian Reservation in the West. There were 24 Lions present. . F. C. Soderberg received a pin for 15 years perfect attendance; Ray McWhorter for 11; Kenneth Cook for 8; Kenneith Sarchet for 3; A. C. Hinckley and Wallace Hawcott for 2; and Bruce Cranston, Harley Hanson, 0. H. Graham, and F. L. Pratt (deceased) for one year. Charter awards went to G. H. McMullen, J. L. Miller, Donald Patterson, F. L. Pratt (deceased), K. J. Smith, F. C. Soderberg, and Charles Spry. Old Monarch awards \vent to Dale Lockwood, P. J McGuire, Ray McWlhonter and F. L. Ryerson. ALOONA (lewi) ADVANCf-3 THURSDAY, D6C. 22, 1966 Wesley Viola Sfuder HAASE PALLBEARERS Pallbearers were Bill Madsen, Jr., Merlin Madsen, Donald Madsen, Duane Habeger, August Bernau, E. 'C. Schw'ietert. Ruth Hasse was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran church in Iowa City, the American Nursing Assn., and the Iowa State Association of Nurses. Services dated by Ledyard churches Ledyard —Christmas Eve observance will be held at .two of the Ledyard churches. Thiere will be the Christmas Eve program at the Methodist church a 7:15 and at the Bethany Evan gelical and Reformed church a 7. At the Methodist churcl The J, P, Studers, Algonia, aM Edward Johnsons, were Sunday guests at Russell Settle- meyers, Des Moines. The Ed Johnsons, attended the annual coop Christinas party in Hotel President, in Water loo Thursday. His mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson, accompanied them and spent the day With her daughter Lillian, the Ed Thissens. Members of the Sewing and Chatting club held a Christmas dinner at the Flame and Ember House in Mason City Thursday Mrs. Maurice Erpelding and daughter Shirley Mae were brought home Saturday ilrom the Britt hospital, Where the girt was born Dec. 13. They now have a family of three daughr tors. The Corwith-Wesley Junior high pupils had a Clhrvjstmias party Friday in the Corwith building. Following the social evening they had an exchange of gifts. First Lutheran PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, A SATURDAY <- CLOS1D ALL DAY SUNDAY CHRISTMAS DAY - Off N MONDAY I AM. TO t HAM DECKER'S WHOLE HAMS SHANK PORTION •la^^t^^^^**^^*^^^^^^^ 1 ^ HICKORY SMOKED PIGNI While They Last there will be no Sunday school Christmas day, but the worship service Will be at the usual 10:45 hour. At the Bethany; EvangeU- cal and Reformed church there will be Sunday school and worship service with Holy Communion at the usual time. At 12 the noon meditations over KBEW will be presented by the choir under the direction of the Rev. Victor Vriesen. Lyle Jorgenson Will be the. narrator. At the Sacred Heart Catholic church there will be Midnight Mass, and Masses again at 6:30 and at 8 Christmas Day. Mv. Robert r. Loram Algona Thursday, Dec. 22 10:00 a.m. — Junior Confirmation class. There will be NO . Weekday Church School this week. 7:00 p.m. — Senior Confirmation class. Saturday, Dec. 24 11:00 p.m. — Christmas Eve Candlelight Carol Service. The Public/ is cordilally invited to participate in the traditional welcome in song and worship of the Christ-Child King and Savior. Sunday, Dec. 25 9:00 a.m. — Christmas Day Service of worship. 10:05 to 11:15 a.m. — Sunday Church School. 1:30.p.m.-''— Service at Good Samaritan Center. Tuesday, Dec. 27 7:30 to 10:00 p.m. — 'Open with later receipts treated as the parsonage, 101 South Main Street. Wednesday, Dec. 28 12:00 Noon — Financial Secretary's books close tor tne year- with letar receipts treated at 1967 offerings. 7:30 p..m — Special Church Council meeting. "I really mean it I look forward to working on Christmas! 1 F or many years Mrs. Violet Grogan of Des Moines has been at her switchboard on Christmas Day, even though it has meant less time spent with her family. We asked Mrs, Grogan why she makes herself so consistently available for Christmas duty, Her reply: *'I find working on Christmas very pleasant; most of the calls on that day are happy calls, Having had two boys in service myself, I understand the joy of parents talking to a son who is far away. This Christmas will be my last at the board becayse I'm retiring-* and I'm looking forward once more to spreading happiness through holiday calls." From M«. Grogan and the rest of us, a joyful Christmas and a New Year pf fulfillment, Thi mm M4 wpmin of Northwestern Bell DECKER'S ALL MEAT * CENTER CUT. COLONIAL CRANBERRY TEA BISCUITS Pkg. X SHERBET 1/2 Gal. RICHELIEU PRUNE JUICE SATHER'S SHAMROCK PINEAPPLE No. 2 Cans RICHELIEU KIDNEY BEANS 6 < 3 " DEL MONTE 4 . < POP CORN SATHER'S Oyster C&H Brown or Pwd. SUGAR SHORTENING PRIDO B Box C 4.49 i i Ham Slices 89 ^«e»iK^*^^^^^^ ^ Grade A Turkeys BEST AVAILABLE Lb. Bag Lb. Can "^^J ^.*a«^(«S-(*a^^ SIMPLOT FRENCH FRIES 5 IBs. 99c Fruit Cakes 2 IBs. 87c Lettuce head : »WM«U*mi^^ ^«i^^^^^^^^^^ 25 Gift House Stamps WESTERN WONDER FROZEN Strawberries 10 Oz. Pkgs. 89 a<^«fs«a<*N(*«»'«W«*i*Jj^s**»?t»fS« "COMPARE OUR DRUG PRICES WITO ANY STORE" Vick's Formula 44 s 67< with purchase of Pkg. Christmas Candy YOUR CHOICE * + RADISHES + Green ONIONS CREST Toothpaste Reg. 95c 67 C ALKA SELZER 50 Qift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Lbs. of Bacon BUNCH SUNKIST " Reg. 67c 49 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Pks. of coid cuts ORANGES -- S l99 SJ«*«!>«fS«iS*S5«?S<«5«(W* RON ^ JACK'S 20 i Rod Potatoes 69t CENTER

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