Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 26, 1966 · Page 3
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Vr j MONDAY, DEC. 24, 196* ALOONA (lew) ADVANCl-l SOROPTOMIST PARTY The Soroptomist club met for r Christmas party Dec. 13 at the Johnson House. Following din- ntir, the members exchanged gifts and played cards. Mrs. Imogene McAtee and Miss Lola ScUffham were the hostesses for the evening. On Wednesday, the club met for luncheon and a Christmas program at the Algona Hotel. Mrs. Glenn Graham and Mrs. William Finn were hostesses. Entertainment was furnished by a Garrigan duo, Ruth McEnroe and Donna Heinen, singing several Christmas carols, accompanied by •Mary Hamilton, DATE OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Nitoh- als will hold open house for their 25th wedding anniversary, Sunday, Jan. 1, at their home north of Algona. It will be from 2 to 5 in the afternoon & 7 to 9 . in the evening. Their children will be home for the event: Mr and Mrs. Anthony Coloff, Cedar Rapids; James a student at Mankato^state college, Michael, Lin da, Mark, Marylou and Diane, da, Mark, Marylou and Diane. The couple requests no gifts, ENTERTAIN FRIDAY Mrs. John Kenefick and Mrs. Joe Lowe entertained a .few Mends last week Friday. Guesl of honor' was Mrs. Gaylord Shumway who has been in the South and returned home for the holidays. The guests playec bridge at 'Mrs. Kenefick's, home in the morning where they were served coffee and a Variety of Christmas cookies. After luncheon at the Johnson House the party spent the afternoon playing bridge at the home ol Mrs. Lowe. McGUIRE BAPTISM Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. McGiiire Jr., entertained several dinne guests at their home last wee! Sunday following the baptism a St. Cecelia's church of their ion, ChaflM tfcomm The baby was born Dec. 7, joining a family of six •' sisters and three mothers. Guests at the dinner Were the Godparents^ Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire of St. Joe, and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire, Sr, of St. Foe, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Handel of Whittemiore; CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. LeRoy Strohman and Mrs. Don Kingfield entertained iheir bridge club at a Christmas jarty Tuesday evening. Following dinner at the Country Club, the guests exchanged gilts and played cards at the festively- decorated Strohman home. Winning the evening's prizes were Mrs; Cliff Skogistrom and Mrs. John Hood. At midnight the hostesses served a dessert of old-fashioned plum pudding, in the Dickens tradition. CHRISTMAS COFFEE Gay Christmas decorations including a lovely centerpiece of pine boughs and tall red can dies surrounding a tiny red velvet reindeer set the stage for a "Christmas Coffee Festival'* Tuesday afternoon and evening. Hostesses for the.holiday coffee were Mrs. William Studer and Mrs. M. R. Baldwin. Refreshments of delicate pastries, Christmas cookies and candies were served, BRIDGE HOST ESS Mrs, Alton ftochleau enter- taififed her bridge dub at a Christmas party Monday evening. The group dined at Charlie's Supper Club before playing cards. Mrs. Vincent Bernardo had the high score for the evening. Junior high wretllers beat Humboldt, 37*18 In a junior high meet het£ after school last Friday, Coach Fritz Nielsen's grapplers came through again, with a decisive win over Humboldt, 37-18. Only two falls were registered in this meet, both by Algona boys. Fred Struthers got the first one ,in 2:47, and Dave Simpson registered the other in 1:38. Other local 7th and 8th graders winning by decision were Mark Miller, 3-0; Dennis Payne, 5-2; Terry Rutledge, 4-0; Mark Elbert,, 3-0; Les Simpson, 6-4; Dan Menneke, 4-1; Jim Sigsbee. 6-0; Curtis Camp, 4-2; and Eugene Friederick, 8-0. Next outing for this undefeated group will be Jan. 7 at Clear Lake. A" Advertise in the Advance ,' Largest PAID circulation . Mr, end Mrs. Everett Ander son had a pre-Christmas dinner last week Sunday. Guests were their son Phil and family of Des Moines, their daughter Marcia, Mrs. Richard Olson, husband and family of Toledo, Ohio, son Tom who has been attending college at Maryvitle, Mo., Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. William Becker of Burt, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Devlin, of Spencer. Mr. Devlin has a de gree in photography and he and his wife recently moved, from Des Moines to Spencer and have purchased the Medlar stu dio. Mr. end Mrs. Harold Gust have returned from Atlanta, Ga. to their former home at Mobile, Ala. They had been in Atlanta while Mr. Gust, though retired, had assisted in establishing new business for a firm. Mrs. Gust is the former Abbie Anderson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson. Mr. end Mrs. Lloyd Pool ceme Sunday to attend the fortieth wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen. and visited with various friends here, Mrs. Esther Barton was their guest at dinner. Mrs. Rose Smith, former Al gonan is expected here for a visit with friends shortly after Christmas. She moved to Paul Una but is spending the winter at Kansas City, Mo. with a granddaughter, Mrs. Fred Med ley, whose husband is in service Mrs. Smith will coin* h«ri frttitteift|, * mid^tj Des MoOles tffiMe Utes Wlfl.te .«««.*!**••*-••-•»«• with Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Harr for the ChfiMftW hojlo^v Mfa ftflfli HW»* LVO 9fVlWffl * have as Christmas gu&sts their son James and family of Mihrte- apolis, Minn., David of Mom- ingside College, SioUk City, and Mir. and Mrs. Earl Booth and family, Leriions Mrs. John Leibold, Cascade, has a "midget" lemon tree rind right now it is bearing two lemons. One, however, is far from LET IIS HELP! We Futart: • KohUr Fixtures • Ges Conversions • Myers Pumps end H E A T I N C, AIR r.ni\iniTmi\iiM REPAIRS - INSTALLATIONS - REMODEUNB R.J.FUHK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. Dodge Algona, (owe HARRISON'S BIG SALE-STARTS TUESDAY FOR 5 BIG DAYS Everything in Our Store! yarn, ready-to-wear toys housewares; glassware, decorations-Everything OFF! FOR FIVE BIG DAYS ONLY — 10% OFF EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE. Nothing held beck in this big offer. — plus special sele items listed below at discounts up to 50% OFF. However, the 10% Discount applies to merchandise not already on sale or special priced! Shop Harrison's between the holidays for all of your needs — See the "Door Busters" listed below — other items also marked down up to one-half but not listed. , lrtch«'4WUIid, ixrm MINT AT THI AOV fibe f«/ tA l«mpor»r»/y ref/ty* symptom* of • eoW irttf reduce the risk of lung congestion ^ try Pyrroxate • ,..'«*<? th« only cold e*ftiufe containing * bronchodllttot. yoi* e«n buy without e prescription/ AND JEWEU| ,. . • Algen* i ,\ PLUS THESE EXTRA SPECIAL MONEY SAVERS A FULL — on — • LADIES BLOUSES • LADIES SKIRTS • LADIES SLACKS • SWEATSHIRTS (ALL 5TLYIS) • KIDDIES SLACKS • KIDDIES SLACK SETS • CHILDREN'S COATS • SWEATERS UMA ITYtlS-URGi SILEqTION) FLANNEL PICTURE PUZZLES 4 for '1 CLOTHES HAMPERS 4 ONLY Reg. $8 Value $ 5.66 Ladies BLOUSES Reg. $1 Value 66c CHRISTMAS Decorations CARDS & GIFT WRAP 1 '/2 Price COUNTER OF TOYS Trucks — Games — Dolls Etc. 1 /2 Price Ladies DUSTERS 20% off STRIPED • HAND TOWELS • BATH TOWELS • WASH CLOTHS Price YARN SALE 4 Oz. Orion Skein, Reg. $1.49 $1.17 4 Oz. Wool Skein, Reg. $1.29 99e FOLDING KNITTING BAGS Reg. S2.98 Now $1,99 LATEX PAINT 2 gals. $488 PLEATED Fiberglas Drapes Reg. $2.98 V 2 PRICE GYM BAGS Reg. $2.49 Now $1.67 R«g. »l.98 Now $1.33 BRUSHED BOYS A GIRLS Denim Boxer Lon|iii Sizes 3 to 8 77c HARRISON S> VARIETY "ALGONA'S LEAPING VARIETY STORE"

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