Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 21, 1966
Page 12
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ADVANCI THUtiOAY, DtC, erry ^?"*? l *i • ^» ^ hnstmas ELECTRIC Afgona, Iowa Cristmas •j Time for us to speed very warm wishes lor the Yuletide Holiday to you. ' LONG'S DAIRY Algena, Iowa Service JAM with Feiton tallies Pmtton^-Several area young men are home for the ChriM- inas holidays on ieaVe from the aftned services. They include George Bierstedt, who arrived in Fenton Thursday for the holidays with his wife and his parents, the Hilbert BierfttMto, He is stationed with the navy in Arizona. Tony Kahler armed home oh Saturday to spend his time with his wile and the families. He is also stationed with the army in Colorado. Sunday, Aiilen Hantelman came lor a couple weeks with his parents; the Arnold HahAelmans. He is stationed in Missouri. Marlin totdinoergeir. Mesa, Arizona, arrived in teuton Saturday tor the Christmas holidays with friends ami relatives in the area. HELEN CIRCLE MEETS Helen Circle ;oi the Fenton Methodist Church met Thursday at Mrs. Ario Ranney's* The program was by Mrs. Eugene Hus- fcamp With all members partici- pauug, There v were eighteen memoers arid one guest present: Hostesses .Were Mrs. Kanheyi Mrs. Clarence ; Yager, Anuunoa Schutt, Mrs.' Hans baago and Mrs. Ciillord Douglas. > IRIS CIRCLE MEETS Iris Circle of the Fenton Mefch-t odist church met, Wednesday With Mrs. Frank MoFal. Mrs'} Jessie Newel and Mrs. Ella; t's Christmas .,. families gather 'round the tret,.. friends exchange greetings — and we extend our .thanks and best wishes to aU. READ'S FURNITURE AND WATSON INTERIORS Wait* w»« eo-hoBt§«l. WCfe fifteen members pre«eftt> Boxes of cookies were Woiitftt lo present to shut-ins. Mr* RUM- ell EWridge had the program, Which consisted Of two ptfto. The first was a play, "Let YtKlr tight Shine" and the second a candleHghting service, "Message of the Candles". Mrs; Wilfred Lfcabs and Mrs. Dale Voigt assisted. PHYLLIS CIRCLE MEETS | Phyllis Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met recently at Mrs.* Merle Voigt's with Mrs. James Laaibs and Mrs. Hay Zweifel co-hostesses. Mrs. Kay Zweifel also had a Christmas program. Mrs. Kenley Zweifel was a guest. , ; C. BIRD IS DEAD ;Word was received in Fenton last week of the death of C. Bird. Mr. Bird was the lather of Mrs. Marion StUcki. The Bird's made their home in Fenton for some time a few years ago. ; TO APPEAR ON TV the Sentral high school Choruses and Madrigal choir will sing on the "Sounds of Christ mas" television program frdm KEYC-TV, Mankato Friday from 3:30 until 4:00 p.m. DATE CLASS REUNION ., The Sentral, high school class of 1963 will hold a reunion at the Sirloin House in j 'Fairmont Dec. 23. . u.-f.f •' Seaman Brian Borchardt, USN, ,son of the Ervm Borpn- ardts, Fenton, is attending the basic electronics jtecihniician school at the Naval' i Training Center, Great Lakes, ill: ;The 38- week course covers the maintenance and repair of moat naval electronics equipment- Thursday coflee guests of Mrs. Norman Bollinger were Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise, Louie Rock, Mrs. James Meyer and Mrs. Larry Gade. They met to make menu plans for their New Year's Eve party which their card club holds annually at tine Fenton Community Center. The Arnold Hanitelmans and Jean Kunkel, Algona, went to Deis Moines Sunday to meet Allen- HanttjJman who came from Fort ^Leonard Wood s ; to Des Moines by bus. < ^\\\>\ j .: > Tlie«Harry Ha'sses > visited Fri day at Arnold Hantelman's. ; t i .Sentral .-.Community: i! 'schools will be dismissed at 2-30 p.m Thursday, -Dec. 22 for the Christmas holidays. School will resume Januarys. !"• M {; St. Lukes Lutheran: Chufdh Sunday school,' FairviUe, will hold its final practice for the Christmas Eve . program Friday afternoon from 4:15 until 5-IS Following the practice the older children will go caroling and will .then return to the'church basement for refreshments. Ll ~ The Donald Hainzingers have moved back into town, into their new home. During the constriic- tion of the home, they had baen living in the vacant farm of Wilfred Laabs. The Kenneth Krauses left Tuesday to spend the Christmas holidays in Florida with Mrs Krauise's mother. •:, __The Gene Wegoners left Thursday for the holidays in New Mexico with Mrs. Weee- ner's brother. Men's Club of St. Lukes Lutheran church of Fairville met last week and elected officers President, Howard Bruhnj vice, Or- viU.e Weiner; sec.* David Berkland; treasurer, Harlani Earners; At a special meeting i of the Cemetery Board of St; 'Luke's Fairville, last week, Arnold Han- tetman was appmnted trustee to Ml out the unexpired term oMhe late Robert Bleckwenn MThe v/^ ank Myalls visited Mrs. McFall's brother-at the hospital at Spirit Lake Sunday He is recovering from surgerv last Tuesday. f Sunday evening the Frank Me- Falls and Art Rusches, Lo ne — ., w«r§ callers «t Witidell Rush's for Mr». Rusch's week .,.. FofWaifds ffiei with Mtriys and Jane Wichtendahl for an anmutl ChrMmw Party, Mothers of members were guests And were with gifts by their " ' ' Sunday afternoon visitors at owriaA Bomri^er's , wei-e" thfe Kenneth Bollingers, the Wayne Boliingera, Lone Rock were Thursday callers. Th6 Hay Priebes are/grandparents of a son born to the James Schmidts, Lone .Rock, December 17/9 Ibs, 6 ozs. The Leo Schmidts, Lone Rock are the patef rial grandparents; , Tiie Martin Hantelmans will spend Christmas and the winter months on an extended stay in Clearwater, Fla. , , ALGONA Wesley Viola St'idtr The Mjrs. Helen Youingwirth clan held a Christmas party in St. Joseph's parish hall Sunday. Attending were the. Dick Mays, Renwick, Julius Beckers, Livermore, Leo Yoiihgwirth, St. Benedict, Darrell Rushers, Corwith, Dick Balks, Hardy, Luke, John and Larry Youflgwirths, Merle Losses; Jos Krieipses, Steve Doughans, all of Wesley, Mrs.. Marie Holms, the parish housekeeper, was also, a guett. Mrs. Bernard ! Kuhkel iahd Allen Dean were brought home Sunday from the Britt hospital where the'f.boy,. was.vbprn Dec. 14. He has/4 brpthers and 2 sisters. Mrs; Kunkers motheir, Mrs. Hemry Zieirriiat, BaincroEt, has been; helping .out at the home. Duane ••Kunkel and his aunt, Mrs. Jerry Wilhite, Corwith, were spiortsprs at the baptism in St. Joseph's Catholic church. ;...' The Ivan Johnsons webi to Sioux Falls, S. D.', Friday to; get their son Ronald, who attends Augustana college. Dick Loebig, of the marine base at Camp, Penidleton, Calif., is expected Dec; 30 for a 20-day leave with his parents; ;the Al '' ' ' gave • dirteai program daft, day in the church te I capacity crowd Service* in the Chitfdi ChriMmW tWy Will bo at th* UA- ual time, tf:30 ifld Sunday hoot At 10:36. "v • ••-• \\, ,. The, 1 , Norman KoWesf, ; fr*6tt Dodge" were Sunday guest* at ihis aistdr, the Ric.i Reiiings. They also visited her father, the Ufbttt Neurbth*. v The Wesley township 44t dub members went caroling Saturday night and then had a party at Joe Skow's. The 7th and 8th grade pupils of St Joseph's parochial school went Christmas caroling .to the Britt .hospital and the westview Retirement Home in Britt Sunday, •„•/!,-,.•„..;,,,•-. L -.-'• - '-. - •. . Winners "of turkeys Saturday afternoon were Mary Rookwood, Joe Croetz, Ed Otis, Clarence Nelson, Beriiice Vitzthum, Dorothy Armstrong, Lyle Hlrn- er, Mrs. Irwin tlildman, Mrs. Clde Studer, Arvin Larson, John Muehe arid Mrs. Rose Ki- i.ey.'.:.,;,;, ' ; ., . ' The, Viric Cruises attended the funeral of Frank ,MuUin Thursday at St. Patrick's Catholic .Church in Britt. Mrs. Everett; Ackerson was given a pink and blue shower Jf'ri(Lay. l eyehing at Jack Licic- teig's. At 500 Mrs. Larry Young- wiirfth, arid ;Mrs. Sandy Heara were prize winners. your ChHslmad truly joyful! SONDET INSUMNCE AGENCY ' " . ,.. . . , The Monte Wingerts and two children have been ; guests at the parental Clare Wihge'rt's. They had recently errived^ from Germany where he had served two years in the army. They will go to OklahcirJa where he will be v statioh%d"4,n! 1 an army camp. ' l Mwnbsi's ; 6f i t!he? 'Sunday school of the Evangelical Free Church SHILLIHCTOM BARBER SHOP • . . Algena, Iowa May the peace and serenity of this hot- iday season dwell in the hearts of all. To our customers and friends, our greetings, good wishes and grateful thankse VIKING OIL COMPANY ' ' •• Algona, Iowa . ...A....,,. ... . .. ire^a^^ A Good Old Fashion Christmas lo all Coffff §hop HOTEL Room A, Joyous The glowing light of the WPWCJFQUS stair shone down upoa a humble stable at Bethlehem! revealing to the Wise Men, and to all, th^ Hope and Promise pf the world, W§ wish for you, on this Christmas Day. haarts happy and jQyQus as th§ Wise Men'fc EN JEWELERS IOWA

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