Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 21, 1966
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2-ALGONA (low.) ADVANCE THUft^AY, DEC. 2 Bridal shower for Connie Day at Livermore Livermore— *A bridal shower was .held at the home of Mrs. Catherine Collins Tuesday after' lioon in honor of Miss. Connie Da x y, daughter of Mr,, And Mrs. Lee Day of LuVerne, who is the bride-to-be of Theodore (Teddy) Colling grandson Of "Mrs, Collins and son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins. There /.was a short program With Mrs. Faber Dugan and Mrs. Don Collins presenting a humorous skit. Miss Rosalind Peterson of (M> tosea helped with the gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses who, were Mrs. Faber Dugan of Humboldt, Mrs. Merv- ift Maflow of Lone Block and j Mrs, Don Collins, all aUnts of the groom?to*be. Twenty ladies attended. The young couple will be mairied Jan. 7 at Sacred Heart Catholic, Church iris Liver' more. Mr. Collins runs a bread truck tor the Mary Jane Bread Company out of Humboldt. DBAL AND CHAT CLUB The, annual Christmas party attd gift exchange for the Deal and Chat Bridge Club was held at the home of *Mrs. James Lenapke Thursday afternoon. A l:jSo dessert luncheon was serv And joy of the season to every .family we know. MARCIA'S "The Frjendly .Store'^ ed by the hostess and at cards Mrs. Margaret Howard won high prize, Mrs. Al Levertz 2nd high ind Mrs. Clarence Carlson low. Mrs. Margaret Howard and Mrs. QrVille Logue were guests. EQUALITY CLUB The Equality Club held their December meeting at the Louis Behounek home. Roll call was a. Christmas thought and the lesson was given' by Mrs. Lucy Conley. Instead of a gift exchange, they gave a cash donation to the Humboldt County Fund for Retarded Children. A social hour followed and lunch was served by the hostess. at Livermore holds Christmas party The Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Monday evening for their' regular meeting Md Christmas party. The President, Mrs. Richard McKenna conduct' ed the business meeting and twenty-five members answered W.S.C.S. PARTY The W.S.C.S met at the church Wednesday fof 'their annual party and gift ex- Methodist afternoon Christmas change. Hostesses were Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Mrs. Alvin. Sea- grin and Mrs. Harold Frederick;. The following day several members went to the church to pack Christmas boxes for; the shut-ins. '.'•••'• Mrs. Jessamine Miller 41 nd Miss Anna Murray accompanied Mr. and Mrs- John Voss, Jr. of LuVerne to Eagle Grove on Sunday where they were 1 dinner guests in' the Delmar Voss home. College students hem* for the holidays include Doug Kay of Ames, Rick Anderson and Ron Frederick of>LeMars, Judy Garman and Kasmir j^ozajda. of Iowa City and Jan Wilson of Cedar Falls. Mrs. Mtrcolla Armstrong is making an r indefinite stay at the IK ail', iiiucuuiiv avaj a* vurc . . . ' of lier ; son, the Mike Erd- band instructor there. roll call. A Christmas program was presented by the Junior Auxiliary with their President, Janice Thul in charge. Janice gave the welcome and Diane Bormann gave the prayer. Pa* tricia Logue presented a ballet (Dance to "Walking In a Winter Wonderland" and Denise Logue tap danced. Mary Zcimet played a solo on her accordian. "The First Noel" and the following each read a Christmas story. Pamela Gronbach, Denise.Beh- ounek, Mary Hosford and Susan Eisenbarth. The following group sang Christmas carols ac companied on the pie.no by Mrs Hosford: Lori Thul, Barbara Malkmus, Jane Renquist, Linda Malkmus, Janice Behounek Jeanine Gronbach, Charlene Bormann, Patricia Logue ant Mary Renquist. Following the program there was a gift exchange and lunch was served in the basement at tables decorated in the Christmas theme. Those on the committee were Bertha Boessler, ': {Catherine Smith, Marvel Barton, Hazel Sanders, Ona Beers and Margaret Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. .Chet Ogan ac- accompanied by Mrs. Anna Krause of Renwick l&t for Gila Bend, Arizona, Saturday morning where they will spend Christmas with their son Ronnie and. wife. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner ac- and Mrs. Humboldt drove to Bagley Tuesday afternoon where they attended the concert that evening at the school which was conducted by their son Larry, who is the Richard Gfoeti, left Sunday fof Spencer to join thef ftr forces and will go to San Antonio, Tex., < s wa's ; talitn .„. Qec, 44,f° f has not been in toSW obs ;<#doti Winkel, .'Mr^fm acfr Henry and l ,the; respective ' " fiw, iw^-wswr •*«p.««« »n-sT-i • «vi*-iT^r ^- w months. It is expected he will be dismissed and able to go to Rock Rapids with Mrs. Beardslcy and the daughter Margaret Ann who will come Wednesday from Cheverly, Md.,,for the holidays. At Rock Rapids they Will be guests of Mrs. Beardsley's brbther and sister-in-laft Mr, and Mrs. Paul , , latighter Susie is sick with the chicken pox. THE -ALGONA JAYCIES entertained over ISO underprivileged children Sunday afternoon at the V. F. W. hall and a small portion of the youngsters are shown as Algona JayCee member Bob Post passes out gifts. Santa Claus was also there and the youngsters;were treated to presents and refreshments as well as a free movie, courtesy of the Algeria Theatre. Also assisting were the Methodist church Circles, the F. B. L. A. iunit at the Algona high school, the Burt Girl Scouts and others. >& - t -, ,> ,' ^CHRISTMAS companied by Mr. Johni Warner of served;, th.e; Les's Barber Shop Les—Mary Ann — Linda Beverly — Leroy manns. Mrs. Ernest Logue and Mrs. Dick.;Schultz went to Ottumwa Wednesday where they attended funeral services on Thursday, for a cousin, Mrs. Lawrence Swenson. They traveled by bus and-returned-home on Friday. Mrs. Allah Foth entertained at a Christmas Coffee ai' her home Thursday afternoon. At the Tea Table, Mrs. Don "Collins |nd ,Mirs, Fer- Xpourfid the carried Sixteen ladies were, present. John Groh, son of .< Mr. and Mrs, Ifenry Gro^, who has spent the past year, in Viet Nam is expected home for Christmas. Delores Zeimet will be home to spenol; Christmas with her folks; the Ray Zeimets. Delores attends w the PiB.I. business school in 'Minneapolis and also works part time in the Kennedy Rehabilitation Center, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Erdman and Mr ami Mrs. Otto Anderson went to Minneapolis Thurs- d^y .,\yh^e v they attended the graduation\ of their daughter, Kris, Friday morning from the Rubjiicv Business Institute as a 'Laboratory Technician in a •'* of 150. Kris started on at the Decorah hospital Monday. 7 Mrs. Robert Clements has re< turned from Iowa City where she was a surgical patient. Mrs, Martin Miller spent last week in. the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis went to Gilmore City Friday afternoon where they visited cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis, Mr. Davis was a recent surgical pa tient at the Lutheran Hospital iri Fort Dodge. LUCKY STRIKERS LEAGUE W L Livermore Bank 45 19 yours LOWEll'3 TANK WMQN SERVICE Recent visitors in the Frank Cox home were two nephews of Mrs. Cox, Clarence Marso of Butte, Mont, and Charles Marso of Pocatello, Idaho, who came to visit their father, Matt Marso? )vho recently had his ^^^Jotgi^UnautaiiHi abbvei the knee at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. He has now returned to the, Marion ;,Nursing Home in Fort Dodge. The-other son and his family,' who is in the Navy was out on sea duty and unable to come with his 'brothers. / Sentral girls post 10th win in 11 starts Fenton — The Sentral high school girls posted their 10th win in 11 starts here Friday night by drubbing Lincoln-Central 57-42 after the L-C boys had won the opener, 61-58. Topping the Sentral scorers in the girls game was Vicki Eimers with 25 while Betty Wehrspan and Teresa Voigt had 15 each, Sentral was in front at the half, 31-25. The Sentral boys had four men in double figures with Jim Geitzenauer pacing the group with 14. Owen Kerber and Ken Marlow had 12 each and Bob Brierle netted 10. Sentral was in front 30-28 at the half. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn lad as guests Sunday,.,their son Bob and family, of Ankeny, and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas .Klein anafamily. The Kuhns willbe Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Klein. Mrs. Milton Dahl had as pre- Christmas guests Sunday her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and, Mrs. Merle 1 Pratt, Bob, John, Dave and Debbie, of Pella, her son Craig Vinson and wife and daughter Peggy, of Rock Rapids; Craig's son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vinson, Randy and Vickie, of Spencer, and Mr. and .Mrs. James Christensen, of Sioux Falls, S. D. , Mr. and Mrs. Gordon; Kuhn are leaving soon, after New Years for Port Isabel,Tex., where they will spend the winter. They have been doing this the past few years and have a camper. Mr arid'Mrs. Matthew Streit have had as guests their son Michael, and wife and children Mitchell and Mark, of Cedar Rapids, James Stantori, of Iowa City and the t sgj||^|Bjj|^l|^j^)[ne frorn the' Creightoh School of i Medicine at Omaha, Neb. ""'•"'•'-v*^/.; •' • Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst and Mrs. RubleWalker were at Mason' 'City • Sunday. and were dinner guests of Mrs. Dorothy Shatto. .'-Others present were Mrs. Ethel Woplridge, Jim ;Kephart, of •Mason City,.Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Furst, of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Furst of Humboldt, a two weeks leave, much of which will be spent in Algona, he"will return to San Diego a short time and will then gp to San Francisco for further schooling.!' -. :• - ,:•••• /• Mrs. Milton Dahl is leaving on Thursday for Fort Dodge where she will join her grandson Bob Pratt and they will go to Pella to spend until after New Years with his parents Mr. arid Mrs. Merle Pratt. Bob is" a student at Cedar Falls and is doing practice teaching in Fort Dodge. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter are going to Nevada for Christmas with their son Jim and family. The grandson Mike who has had recent orthopedic surgery is making excellent recovery. Mrs, Leo Gardner had major surgery Dec- 12 at the Dickinson Memorial hospital. She is now home and getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Garmer Ewen, of r( Amboy, Minn., were guests Saturday. , of .,]Mr. and Mrs. Andrew; Hanson.'j. . V) .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson 'mil 'Ihave" as r Christma's"'guests* their son-in-law .and daughter Mr. arid Mrs. C. R. Tirpin and BOYS SENTRAL (58) fg Luedtke 2 Brierle 5 Shaw 3 Kerber 6 Lee 0 Geitzenauer 7 Mueller 0 M & M Feeds 44Mj 19% M a"rkr w ~~~~""~"~ 5 Hamm Insurance —36 28 Bode Locker 35 29 Imperial Cafe 33 31 Sawyer's 31 33 Biker Truck Line -31 33 Livermore Co-op 29% 34Va Bode Co-op 29 35 Livermore Lanes —-25 39 Dasen Oil Company .23 41 Watkins : 22 42 High Team Series v . t Sawyers - 2080 Voigt Backen 0 Johnson 0 Voigt 0 Laabs ... .. Q TOTALS 71 ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 I 0 3 0 0 0 0 IS GIRLS SENTRAL (57) Weforspan Eimers M & M Feeds 1927 High Team Game Johnson Uthof 7 6 0 1 Sawyers 749 Ditswprth Q Haram Insurance ___,___._ 6 98, BIapph ^ d ° High Individo.l Series Ade-Mne Sharp 463 Alice Rosenau High InJlvicluil Game LueUa Joiner _..__. ______ _ 177 Mttoe SJto-p, _ ---------- 175 Katherine McKenna _____ . 170 TOTALS ?i ft i 11 3 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 Q 0 15 2 1 0 0 I 0 4 0 ? 16 EXPERT PRINTING AT THE Charles Streit who attends the CreightohX College of Medicine, Omaha, Neb., is home for the holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Streit; Hugh Black was In Des Moines, Friday attending a meeting pertaining to elevators. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith accompanied the •lailter's mother Mrs. J. M. Fleming to Rochester, Minn. Monday where she,will be hospitalized. Her home is at Whittemore and for a brief time she was at the Good Samaritan Home 2. Complications have arisen which made it advisable for hospitalization. . Mrs. Lucille Zerfass and Alice Condon .will accompany Helen Dingley to Des Moines Friday and remain till after New Years. Mrs. Zerfass will visit with her sister Mrs. James (Irma) Altwegg at Redfield, Miss Condon will visit with relatives aid friends having one niece in Des Moines and tWp nearby and they ; will be joined; < by friends from Oklahoma City, Okla., and .Waterloo. VILLAGE PUMP Harrison Cord, Prop. > , willb*«Wi er oh. Mrs. %. jmd Mfsv Arthur Mel of Ceriteryille had plan- to be here but their little OEL briefest ,< of messages to f ! 'wish you cheer. * v ' V LuVerne Insurance Agency ED & VERLAINE Bret, of Storm Lake. Judge and Mrs. G. Still- Mr. and. Mrs. Bob Holmes'of Ventura, with the respective families, and Archie Cunningham, of Des Moines, and Dale Barnard of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrie, of McGregor, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Mary Barry and the late Bill Barry, recently stopped here enroute to El Monte, Calif., for a visit with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Larry Boesen. : Gilbert Hargreaves, and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph. Elbert went to Omaha, Neb. last week to see Harry Hargreaves, brother of Gilbert and Mrs. Elbert who is hospitalized there, It is expected he will be improved sufficiently in a short time to be taken to the Veterans hospital' in Des Moines, making it easier to see him more frequently. At present Mrs, Hargrea'ves is at home and the family is awaiting the decision to move him. Knute Mehl whose parents manage a Good Samaritan Home is in the navy and has been located at San Diego, Calif. After man,. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones, of , Sioux City;. 1 and Mrs. Stillman's sister Mrs. Ralph Finkbine, of Atlantic, are leaving dri Saturday for LaCrosse, Wis., |o spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones and sons. Mrs. Dan Jones is a daughter of the Stillmans 'and Dan is a son of the Fred Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nettelton, accompanied by Tom Samp and Phil Speoht, are leaving Friday For Santa Catalina Island, Calif. Their time is limited to the holiday period as Mr. Nettelton is on the faculty of the Algona school system, but if possible, Tom will visit his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Samp at Santa , Monica and his grandmother Mrs. Selma Godfredson, Dinner guests Dec. 25 at Mr. and Mrs. ; Don Myer's will be the parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hut chins and Oscar Miller, of Titon- May /rue jay and happiness decorate your home ihis LuVerne Enterpritt .V. .A Hello! A very Merry Yule to you and yours. Bamboo Lounge Wally Ruger, Prop. LU VERNE "Ho* Ae Kerald angeb ling—Glory lo »he new born King". Wt join with happy folks everywhere in wishing you a Merry Christmas. LAWSOH'S HARDWARE ' Otto — Darlene — Helen — Eileen : HOLIDAY WISHES Santa brings heartfelt best wishes to you your family, L« VERNE CHOP SERVICE

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