Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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w««8r*^^ of peace, harmony and love id »M- tipon tis, Let us eagerly share in its blessings, Kajewski Ghamplin Service Algona, Iowa 4-AteONA (l«*a) ADVANCt THURSDAY, fttCr ^ 1966 Stticei church club officers t give a skit ' $iii«ea—Bfayker Lutheran. Church women held a Christmas party at, the church Thursday. Mrs. Teti, Jensen had, the program-with devotions by Harold Anderson* The radio program which Had been given on KICD, Spencer, recently, was given by Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mrs. Henry Looft. A Christmas skit was? given by ,the officers, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, Mrs. John JohanneSen, Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mrs. Melvin .Bratrud a'nd Mrs. Henry Looft, with group participation in singing carols. Mrs. Curtis Olscn had the Special offering f6r the Plymouth Youth Center, Minneapolis, and the Book Mission, Refreshments were served by^&rs., Kenneth Thompson, JMrsr-Henrietta. Thompson and v ..... fi *• ' (JBnristmas . g. Guests in- eluded ilftwtor and Mrs. Harold* Anderswit^Mrs.' Donald Heerd! and cfiiWiM, Wyoming. Mrs. Mai-tin(Oftrltoin and children, at- io Wyoinlflg, Mrs. Louise Ertig- Strom ftfitf children, Algona and *lta. Albert BfeJdi, Burl 4-H CLU& PAR;fY ; . -. Seneca progressive farmers's' hald a Christmas party a,t Den- rtis Wilberg's, 0e& 12 with' 19 members in attendance, Eddie .Bergum was Co4iot9t.; Plans Were made for Parent's night; for the January meeting arid commit- ices were named: Ed Bergum and Dennis Wilberg gave talks, Brian Joh nson , told of Chicago. They had a gift exchange and refreshments were served. Eddie Bergtun is reporter. ANNIVERSARY SURPRISE The Calvi'n Vaudts were surprised Thursday by friends for their 20th wedding anniversary. Clarence Ment is a patient at the hospital in Spirit Lake having surgery last week Thursday. He is recovering and expects to be released this week. Mrs Menz stayed at the hospital \vith him the first two days. The Warren, Woods, Livermore had the Va'udt family for the Christmas party Sunday. From this area were- the John ;;• SEASON'S BLESSINGS Holy Chrjslmas HOPKINS SKELLY SERVICE , Algona, Iowa . •HKBfr«?& arfetyaonfra*; 1 ! :#iiK« Sleigh bells ring, voice* *ing out all through the land in (ritndly Christmas greetings To the«e we acid our 9*9* tMttfuding & our faithful warm » tot wu Home Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. ALOONA. IOWA gtreuckers and §6ng and Calvlff family. : t*rts\wifi naVe ih&lr childt-fril and f^ilfe3fir a Cflrfettlh^ t>%^' Dfe, Giidsls ,^ill ikiacffe tftfe SStttirtilGnesj Terfill. -Rtiljftrt obsens, Gaylord Olsens, ttittg cted, Daryl Prestons. The Calvifi Vaudts will joiff tHe firnlly ^or tihflstmas at Mrs. Vandt's paretits, the C. K, Jchttsons, Fenton., Others .Will bfe «he KefftfetH JMltiMMi For- fM Hartniton* Rnoxville, Drtcon Zahders, Walnut, and Mrs. Kate Wegener, Alg6n'a, : The Johannesens family h^d a CKrLstmaS diftn^r at 'MW; Edii« Johannesens Dec. 18. Guests' included Martin Wilberg, Fentoh, Mrs. Christena Vahldieck rind grandson Steven ^linkmih; Wallingford, Mrs., Anne Pret^l' hus, Algona, Mrs. Marlys Kreuk* er and Tom,' Fairnidni, Bob Wilberg, Lohe Rock, the John Johannesens, Fred Johannesens and Henry Loofts. Each were given a piece of fruit cake, i% dividually wrapped, from Katti- ryn Johannesen Kuginsky, Long Beach, Calif. > The Henry Wilbergs and Den* nis recently attended the wedding- of Leslie Freeman and Linda Olsen at; Jewell. Tney. were-Sunday guests of the PaHif Schwandts, Williams. M * ' f .,, The August, Nelsons plan 'to' spend - the Christmas t.' holidlays with their daughter, the Batty Molls, St. Charles. . • The Larry Menzes and twin sons, Swisher, will be'cspsnding the Christmas holidays with their parents, the 'Glarence Menzes and Delmar Fischers. *»• Mrt. Gtetus ttUndertrtlaTk attend' dd. . Ltftml , Ltdyird— The Brownies and Junior Girl Scouts received 23 pair of mittens and gloVef and felevfert: pair Of stockings on their Mitten tree, These have been sent to the Goodwill- Industries in Sioux City id* be distributed .it th'e annual Christmas party for needy boys- and girls. The girls also sent a crib quilt to the sch06l v for thfe retarded at Fair- bault, Minn,, Thursday. Each girl, was given a square of flannel which she folded Into a'tri- rtngle and stuffed with a nylon. these were then stitched t* gather by one of the leaders, Mrs. Victor Vriesen, .There were 144 triangles made for the quill. St. Joe Mr*. SylvMttr ,Wi0nftr Ottosen Mrs. Donald Ushar The Ralph Coopers and Pat and Mrs. Clara Spurlock, Cameron, and the Clyde Coopers, Jac- queiline> and ,Kathy^ Stewartsville; were weekend guests of Mrs. Essie Cooper.; Other Sunday guests wereVArlys Cooper,, lovvra Ciity, the {Gary Coopers, Fort Dodge. Hollis/ ^bpers - and Pam and the Parrel COppers ami Brenda, Humb61dt; and the Doit aid Coopers. The" 'Arnold^ Brat- lands,. Bode; :were; Sunday night visitors. . ::,;••„.:-'. '•-,. •... . •••.,•. ... " -C'.' Th6 W^altiar Bahwarts, DeSri Banwaa-ts ;and vByron: Naevesi Bradgaitie, [Were? Wednes'dSiy suit , per guests at Laurel Worste'ra •''" cousin, . Mire0 Sam v ; Dyer, shire,\at the ^Emmetsburg hospital Monday. They also visited Mrs. Elizabeth Calentirie and the Fred NiewaidsTat Enimetsburg. Mrs; W. ;i'E/' Hundertmark, West B^nd, had a coffee Sunday afternoon arid guests were Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mi;s. Mary lieitl, Mrs. 5 Albert- Thorseh, Mrs. Charles Welter, Clara Thorsen and Margaret Holt. ,The' Percy Wathems .went to Klemme Wednesday night to attend a school program. The Waitrienis' grandchildren, Paula arid Philip, had parts in the pro- grain. > The Richard Kinseiths and 'Oliver Kiriseths attended the Rural Letter Carriers and Auxiliary Christmas dinner at Ren. wick' Saturday. They saw pictures from Finland, Sweden, Noway and Holland, > Mrs; Eugene- Hofius had her Canasta club Tuesday. Funeral services fp r Thomas Tendall, 91, grandfather of Mrs: Cletis Hundertmark, were held Monday at St. Olaf Lutheran Ohimjh at Belmond. Mr. and. Father Hardld, J. McAuliffe, S.J., GretgJtton University, Oma- hi; lj yirrll Arrive here Saturday miorning to- assist with the Christmas services in St. Joseph chiirch. Six Masses will be r;ead with '.the first Mass at 7 o'clock witli the last at 10 o'clock. Pamela Sue Airman, daughter of . Tom Altmans, born Dec'. 1, was baptized last Sunday in St. Joseph's ehurcih by Rev. L. C. Schumacher with Robert Alt- and Luella Banwart as sponsors. The Peter Kirsches had the R-Nu 500 club Sunday at the annual Christmas Party. Guests were husibands & Harold Thuls, Receiving prizes were Mrs. Ade 1 line Wagner and Ed Bormann, for high and the Sylvester Wagners, second high. Mrs. Adeline Wagner has the club January 26.. .; •;".•;- .' . . . .. .;• •• Paitricia Wagner came home Friday from Fort Wayne, Ind.; where she had been employed the past 3%- months. .Carol Erpeldinig,!, D 'en ver, Colo. , nurse, is expected home this v? week .for liChristmas with her; parents, the Francis Erpteld- other re'laitives and n the Miracle of the manger, mankind finds 1 joy eternal; May your ! Christmas be blessed. FOX BARBER SHOP Algona, Iowa COAST-NHJOAST $TO»E _AL_QONA, IOWA ~ j&ftfele,tfhute ate «., \FlrTy' tar a hoUday \ their toft, ttie David Thuls, Rose Drive, Milpitas, Calif,, and a sister and brother and fiuMl* ter of Mr* • thiil, thfe Mrs, Geejge fctfeka-s, Rodeo, Calif, and Ronald Thorntons, Gilro'y, Calif. . .Tlier Bddifr Zeimets, Hawthorne. CiaHf., are expected) for the holiday to visit relatives arid Mends. Mrs. Zeittit^ i* a sister of Mrs. William BV Devine ind E. J, Gales here and Ray Gales, The Wise Men fpiind the Wonder'of that Holy Night. May you and your loved ones find its Peace; MODE-O-DAV SHOP Algona,, Iowa ' r tfr/'. " 14 -A *? more. of John Zettrtetf; .Liver- rtome lor' the holidays and vaca May Christmas bring to each of riiany friends joy and happiness. WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE Algona, Iowa Of THE CHMBEROF offer* yotr this HOLIDIY MESSAGE Dear Customers and Friends: '{f --,:-' ' ''':'••'"''-' ' ; '' : . - V '. " .'' '• '•' Our hearty best wishes for a Merry Christmas and'Happy New Year to you and your family! ^ , v Yuletime is drivingtime for the entire family. Time for visiting friends .. for picking up the family Christmas tree . , . for lookng at neighborhood Christmas decorations , , , perhaps for taking a trip to share the holidays with loved ones. These are the warm, full days of cheer ... enjoyment,., relaxation. ..*• May we suggest you discuss the six driving tips below with your familv 9 Resolve to DRIVE FOR A;SAFE HOLIDAY and make your motoring this season thTsafSt ™d most enjoyable ever, ' ."'"•:• AL ^W ENOUGH TIME; v Whether going downtown or on a trip, allow time to avoid feeling rushed, On long trips make frequent stops, 'Arrive relaxed; HAVE YQUR CAR CHECiq!I>. P^ve wit^ «ood; tir«s and properly adjusted brakes. Make sure lights, turn signals and windshield^^ wipers function properly. USE SEAT BELTS, They help sive lives, prevent injuries. Seconds will buckle a belt; a fhck of the wrist will release it. Use them whenever and wherever you drive or ride. ' , 5? ALEft £ TO .HAZARDS. Adjust your driving to road, traffic and weather con, ditions. Give yourseW and others an extra margin of safety, u ^l COURTESY ABUNDANTLY, I yerywhere ™ at intersections, while passing •W ^fWg Passed, at nigli^wKen yowr heidlighte are on h4gh beam — %ake Courtesy .Your Co4e 0^ The Road,' 1 » pays! ** f w * FWOW THE | RULIS^OF THE ROAD Signs, signals and ro«d markings are your guides?to•• safe, enjoyable drive iroundlpwn orjpn 8 loSg trip. ^ Our best wishes for safe and pteawnt holiday njotoring for yo« and your family thw Christmas season. i v ; i ••' ALGONA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS DAVSOAIAIE TAYtOtM KOttVTH MOTOft* rctWA WlilW

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