Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 15
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i m HI t H 1 1 i t M H Around Algona •y.ONIITA DIDMIKSfN Mr< and Mrs, Gilbert Benschoter; drove to Omaha earlier this week for a holiday visit with their son Leon's family. HI Mill MIMIC 2f§.240f i tmiiiiViiii" Greetings 1 Wt wii/i you o • . Happy onef Holy Cnrisfmat Jaims W. Sloler KOSSUTN OIL CO, (BLUE & WHITE ONE -STOP) NOEL May the Star of Christmas shine within you and give you peace. O'BRIEN TRUCKING SERVICE Algona, Iowa Mr. and Mr*. William Wyatt of Call State Park, went to Des Moines last Thursday for a pre- Christmas visit with M r s. Wyatt's mother, Mrs. May Milts. Mr. and Mrs, G. R. Schoby leave tomorrow for Omaha to celebrate Christmas with the Robert Hicks family (her son) and will return early in the week. The Schobys drove to Spencer Sunday to see an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs, Cliff Bowman, the former a recent patient at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thompson came from Des Moines ^Satur day and took her mother Mrs Albin Spongberg home with them Sunday morning. She wil remain there and at 'her son Vernon in Davenport for severa weeks. The Algona Women's Club met Monday evening with Mrs Gep. Naife,assisted by Mrs. Lly Steele. Mrs. J. :S. Thompsoi who was scheduled to be 'host Arthur CruikshiJilt, to Koifus oft Sunday and sh« Will remain thfef* fof idm« tiflfr tt the home of hif Mrs. Rolirtd Mr. and Mr*, Olenn ho will be joined by the tetters ister and her husband, Mr. and Ars. Clarence Arminiti'out, of Des Moines, will all four spend Christmas -at La Grange Heights, 111* with the Larry Leaneagh family. Seger's daugh' er Ann and her husband Roger Wright, of Iowa City, will be loliday guests of his parents at Waverly. Mr. and Mr*. Herman Punk plan to meet their daughter Florence Friday evening at the airport in Fort Dodge where she will fly from Chicago to ire- main over Christmas. Florence works for Greyhound Bus in Chicago. Judge and Mr*. G. W. Stillman will drive to La Crosse, Wis., on Saturday, accompanied by the latter's sister, Mrs. Ralph Finkbine, of Atlantic, who ra- rives tomorrow. They and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of Sioux City, will all be Christmas guests of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones, and thedr three sons for the holiday. . shank had fallen at her horn* a few days earlier, and although no bones wete broken she fas badly shaken tip, so wefti Algona and on FH William Tofdoffs, MVSAUJ «7m«WM»^« »"fj •"" " ---- A , Moines a Week of «o Miner than she had planned. Mr, and Mr.. CurtM JahMon arrived Friday from Gtendofa, Calif., flying to Port podgft to be here for the 40th wetMMng celebration of the latter • ents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton enson, on Sunday. They will be , here for a week, then go to Creston, to visit the paretlta Alvin Johnsons, before return They mst at parental Tordoff s SUftday »t Armstrong where Mrs. ToTdoff SeAiot's family, the Cb*ent«, had a reunion and a pre-Christtna* dinner at the High School. All returned togethef I ••""' ' --' day the daughter, daughtef-in-law, and granddAUghter, will leave by car for Cleveland to spend Christmas at their sons home. They plan to be away for a week. , ". '. , ;. . ; Pawl, s*n of Mr. and Mrs Wayne Smith, has been taking Boot training at San Deigo since Nov. 3 following his enlistment in the Navy and will be home on leave when this Fairgrounds was optn to ttw public, there were 360 ecorded by Mettiottist I training is completed and be " * ' . .4 ' '. * *•> . 1 Ellis Runchey came from St. Louis two weeks ago, last Sunday, was here for the 60th wed- ing to California where both «re teaching. ; Mrs. Anton Johnson will toav* he latter part of next week for Cedar Rapids where she will remain with a sister till after flew Years and then go by train to Oakland, Calif., to remain two months or more with her daugji- er and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hartman, and their sons, Mark and Jim. The Hattmans are spending part of the holi- lays in Arizona so Mrs; Johnson will join them on their re- urn home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes are ixpected to come from Mason ess, is in Cailifornia. Roll call I ding of the William Runcheys was answered by, A Christmas and planned to leave late this I remember or a favorite Bible week for Chicago where he will verse. The program was given Upend Christmas with his three by Mrs. Steve Wickliff and was children, a History of ,Christmas Hymns. Monday of last week Mrs. Eva Dr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Ditt- Willie had as guests a niece and mer, Thornton, were Sunday af- her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Will ternoon guests at the home of. iam Novy, of Deer River, Minm. lus sister, Mrs. Albert Granzow, and the three were dinne and with the Granzows called guests that evening at the Glenn on another sister, Mrs. Ella Sig-1 Graham home. Novys own ane at Burt. ore assignment. His cousin Etobeft Runchey of West Bend son of the Lyle Runcheys, is now stationed at the Key Wes Naval Base. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Johnson ar* leaving today for the West They will accompany Mr. am Mrs. Leonard Dittmer to Den vef where both couples wil 'Aflft Mo^yXiftelrn^ott te "rWrtilii or a few days while havihg tests fun and was advised to cancel the Holiday trip he aitd Mrs, Steele planned to make to Lexington, Neb. to have Christ' mas with their daughter Glorias family, the Harold Erpeldings. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thll- ges, St. Joe, entertained at dinner on Sunday honoring Mrs. Deb Hall on her birthday. Other guests were the honoree's husband, her mother, Mrs. Minnie Hauck, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duerr. Pearl Walker arrived this morning from Chicago to cele< brate Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Ruble Walker, who will entertain at dinner on .Christmas Eve, her son. Russell and wife, their son Allen and his family, and their son Murl who is coming from Fort Bragg, N. C., for a brief Holiday visit. spend Christmas with Johnson' son 'and his wife, the former Jean Dittmer. On the 26th the elder Johnsons will fly f[rom Denver to California to visit their daughter's family, the Edwin Sohreibers, at Covina, and will fly back to: Fort Dodge on Jan. 10. The Johnson son, David, who has been, with .the, 7th operate the Shady Rest, a iarg [resort on Deer River and hac Gary Barr. second son of the been at Webster City to visit a Everett Barrs, entered St. Ann aunt who is seriously ill at a Hospital Sunday evening for hospital there and had visited surgery on Monday for a 'hernia, cousins at Ellsworth for a cou- He hopes to be discharged and pie of days. get home for Christmas since — • this is lus vacation from Center- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa return- ville Junior college where he is cd Saturday from Rochester af- a. freshman. His brother Doug, ter her dismissal at St. Mary's is also home for the holidays. hospital where she had been a • surgical patient for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster They will return to the Clinic are driving to Des Moines for today for a check-up but do not the holiday weekend at the plan to remain, home of the son Richard and -— family and will return, on Mon- Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil! took the latter's mother, Mrs, City to spend Christmas with Fleet, .two; and a half years and 'heir son Kirk's family, and wul in the Viet Nam area recently, xj accompanied by their daugh- had hoped to join the family ter Carole who will be home for Christmas, but he is being 5rom Columbus, Ohio, for .the transferred: from the S S Okla- holidays. home to the S, S Providence so . I must serve six months on thai Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk sn ip before he .will be aible to celebrated their 53rd wedding ge t a leave and come home. anniversary on Sunday, Dec. 18, •' J • • ' : in a quiet fashion. Their son Mr. arid Mrs. Jerry Hardgrov* Fredrick and his family came an d daughter Julie are coming from Humboldt and their f r0 m Toledo Sunday for a fanv daughter and husband, the iiy Christmas dinner at the C. J Louie Hansons, and three,ehil- Hardgrove home, and will re dren from the Doan area, took niain here overnight, them to dinner at Van's cafe, • • then spent the afternoon, a* the Qn M Sunday, Dec. 18, the le expects to be released from the army in February. Pearl Walker will remain with her mother till New Years Day be- ore returning to Chicago where she is in government employ. Mr. and Mr*. R. W. Anderson will leave Perry by train Sunday night for Lexington, Nebr., where they will spend several days with their son Roger arid His family and return later in the week. ,'. ' .•;...'•'• ";'/-':''\/- : . , V C ywu Lettef s to the Editor Christmas comes but once a year—so let us now, wish you cheer Funk home. Two other children, a son on the west coast ,and a daughter in Chicago, were;unable to come, but the daughter, Florence is coming for Christ-1 mas and they visited the son in California last summer! Mr. Funk remains 'active and is still I managing the Coast to Coast j Toy Store. Mrs. Don Sherman is staying I again this week at Rochester with her daughter Claudia, a I patient at St. Mary's hospital. She came home .last weekend. and her hUst)'an.fi' ; Wemt up but returned home Sunday and Mrs. Sherman went back. '. • ,'v- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Megan and baby Michael arrived Monday evening at the L. L. Riter home coming from Detroit where 'Michael is a senior in medical school at Wayne University. After a couple of days here the Magans and the Riters went to Ireton to spend Christmas with the Anthony De Hoeven family and the Ted Van Bruggens were expected there from Vermillion, S. D. The tliree younger Women are daughters of Mrs. Riter, whose sister and husband, Mr and Mrs. Lorenz VanderHamm of San Bernadino, Calif., are expected to join with others of their family in a reunion gathering on Monday. scene n oused at thi Dear Sir: •'-./>• .. .'',,';'.•• ../•'"."'.'••>,,. Sent Christmas, cards to the following: Randy Harmis; Dan Etherrinigtoh, Dennis Lieigh. A very nice idea and hope all got lots of cards. ' Bill Finn CHRIST :ET • ; On this wonderful holiday of Peace and, Joy •we.seiul otir heartfelt greetings, and Wisliies . ..' ...for your Christinas to be merry and bright. NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER .- . :•:'.. Algona, Iowa NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. John Phillips, drove hem* from Long Island where he is in College and will spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Kitty Phillips whose other .son, David, and his wife are taking special work at the University in Berkeley during vacation. Mr, and Mrs. Irwin A. Malueg attended Commencement exercises Friday afternoon at Man< kato State College when their daughter Diane received a BSI degree. After arriving home they 'held Open House that evening to friends in her honor, Diane will teach English in Jun r ior High school at LuVerne, Minn., beginning with the sec* ond semester. Her fiance, Keith Dwire, of Lakeville, spent the weekend here and was soloist for the Anderson-Holcomb wed* ding Sunday evening. He returned here Wednesday and he and Diane will go tp Tyler, Mjnn., Sunday to spend Chris*, mas with his parents, the Ray Tylers. ' . •' The Rev. and Mrt. Boyd Gr«n- zow and three children are driV' ng here Sunday afternoon Torn New Ulm, Minn,, for a jeJated Christmas dinner at the lome of Ms sister's family, the Les Kenyons, with his parents, the Albert Gran«ows present. They will spend the night a«4 return home Monday. Mr. and Mri, William Tordoff drove to Minneapolis a weefc ago Saturday to pick up their daughter in tow, Mrs. Williaaa L. Tordoff, and baby Michael who had flown there from. Cleveland, and have^been visits ing her parents, M£ and Mrs, Marion Korver at Orange City. pack holds a special message from us to you — good wishes for a wonderful holiday! Merry Christmas! DIC, M, 19M ALOOHA (!•*•) Our sincere! thanks and , heartUlt good wishes to all SEASONS GREETINGS Joy is pur wish for you. VAN'S RESTAURANT 'S DAVIS PAIN Algona, Iowa ^«Rii<W^ ALGONA, IOWA ^»A«is»«B»er!B<^*fa»rA«r.»«r»«'^<B*<r»« yluU [itlinyS, our nearh *" /.// / .,/ are filled with, • ' I WI lt> joy; ffi&y alt tne olfM.inyS at C/iwJ/maJ oe ••"•"-<•' KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY , Iowa tf^ SHUTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE AM5QNA

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