Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 4
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atwty at Irviigton church Sunday lit (• Nativity scpne of about 19 piec.e> has been on display in the IrVingttrti'. church for the past two Sunday*. The .igures are owned, by the John Doles, and werejhade by them while they were attending a ceramics class ? ;in Oklahoma, while John was' in the service stationed there. The Doles offered the set teethe.church for use during the^CKriStmas season and it has been much appreciated.,,/ The Candlelight service at the Irvington church Thursday was Well attended as was' the service Christmas morning. CHURCH MEETING There will be a joint meeting of the Church Session and Trustees at 7 p.m., January 3 to make out the 1967 budget. At 8 p.m. that same evening the an niial congregational meeting will be held., The Lord's Supper will be observed Jan. 8. Mrs. Helen French and Michael and Jack*plan to leave Friday for their home at Rock Falls, DL, after the Christmas holidays with the former's mother, Mrs. Mamie Frankl, Algona, and other relatives here. Mrs. French teaches at the Rock Falls high school and both boys attend St. Ambrose college, Davenport, where Michael is i ,sophom0re and Jack is a,fresh main. The Ray Metzens were Christmas guests at Francis Metzen's Other guests were 'the Dick, Moulders, Iowa ,0ity, the Albert Van Bui ens and the Bill Robinsons. Guests at Robert Black's for Christmas was their daughter the Charles Mitchells, Cedar ville, Ohio, who will stay at the Black home for a week. The Mitchells were accompanied Ruth Black, Rockford, 111., who was a weekend guest. Guests on Dec. 26th were the Rev. Ray Richardsons, iWaverly, a brother 1 of Mrs" Black, and Mrs. A. H Hendricks, Sioux ,City, an aunt of Mrs. Black, who will spend a few day's.' • v '• * 4-4tOOf4A r (ltw^ ApVANCe THUMPAV, DEC. W, HKI Rink Is flooded .. V:/; THE SKATING RINK at the Athletic-Park was flooded prior-to'Christmas'.weekend and was getting a heavy play the first of this week as youngsters and some not so young (several Roman Catholic nuns were taking advantage of the school holiday and good weather to sharpen up their skating) used the facilities. The rink is open every day and lighted during the evenings With the'warming house in use on the north side of the rink. WOMEN'S CLUB MEETS TJie Plum Creek Homeonakers and Plum .Creek Womens Clubs met December. 14 at Florence Bleichs for a-Christmas parity. Assistant hostesses were Elfreda Clark, Phyllis Kuhn, Florence Kain, and Sadie Hopkins. Thiiity-three women were present 'and' each told what they would.'like for Christmas. Inspiration waS' by Maude Jergenson; a Christmas story was given by Millie Slagle, and Norma Paetz had charge of the song service *' of Christmas carols NIaxine Marshall distributed the giftsrThe,next meeting will be held January 23 at Jean Benschoters: MANY CAROLERS y The Good Samaritan residents have had many carolers here among them from Lofcts .Creek Lutheran, two other: caroling groups December 22, St. Cecelia group, .December 19, two Sisters Ramonk Mayer, Columbus, O., 0 ?."™? with them. The Algeria i_'i_. . „ 1, ' ... «, ' ' 'Pplnifw Lliitinoi-an fiir<l Rr>r>iitc r\ daughter;of the Wm. Mayers, came Dec. 2l' to, visit her parents'- and other relatives in the 'viclhlty.t""« < She? -plans 1 tovt stay 'a week jn this area. k '1- The B. O Ddvises and Daitel were Christmas • Dve guests of the daughter, the Dick FellinS, Emmetsburg. * ' ' .'|,. ( Guests at Wm.-, Mayer!* Christmas were'the Robert 5 Mayers, Ramona Mayer, and'the Robert Eischens. Mrs. Eischeh^ is a daii- ghter ,of, the. Wm. Mayers. .? ; , The Lloyd Mullers .and Jack Fjidereses, both of Wllniingtbh, 111,, were Christmas > weekend guests ^t Marvin Eischen's. The Mullers' and Friderfeg ;-also . visited other relatives in' this area, The Donald Frankls; Minneapolis, Minn., spent the Christmas weekend here with the former's brother, the Bernard Frankls, of Algona, and visited other relatives and friends. The Jim Gallons and Amy were guests Monday for a Christ /mas dinner at Jim's parents the Ervin Gattons, Algona. The Arnold Eitens, .Wellsburg, and Gary Green, f Ottosen, were also guests. Mrs. Green and children were unable to attend as their children had the chicken pox. Mrs. Green and Mrs. Eiten are daughters of the Irvin Gattons. Christmas guests of Mrs, Florence Colwell and her brother Claude Fowler here were .the B. 0. Da vises and Darrel, Irving. ton, Charles Colwells, St. Benedict, Mrs; Marie Colwell, Algona and her sons, the Keith Col- wells, Iowa City, and Neil Col- wells, Ames, and 'the Dick Fell- ins, Ettunetsburg. The .Robert Skillirigs ; and their son, the Dewey Sellings, gona, were guests Christmas of Mrs. Dewey Skilling's parents, the Jim Burns, Algona. Mrs, Alex Eischen, St. Benedict, had'her family at a belated Christinas Wednesday, Dec, 28. Attending were Father Nicholas Ruba, the Marvin Eischens, Henry Pfeffers, Robert Eischen, David Liidwigs and Jeff, Mrs. Anna Muller, and the Phil Eischens,- Whittemore, Harold Eischens, Wesley, and Ronald Ros- enmeyers, Corwith. Guests Monday at Charles Reaper's for a belated Christmas dinner were the Durwood Walkers, Leonard Hansons, Irvington, Albert Harms family, Donald Hansens, Algoua, Jilarinius, Hansen^ ,wlio i£ iiig Ms home fcjjr the present with the Charley Reapers, $n4 the Garel Leeks, and their diugbtcr, the Tim Longs, both Q| Wesley. ' The Lawrence Milkers were guests of the Victor Applegates, Ames, Monday. Trinity Lutheran Girl Scouts of whom .Evelyn Hunt is leader, Good .Hope .Methodist, Titonka Luther-. League, .Presbyterian group, 'Algona 'Methodists, First Lutheran, First. Baptist,' Regular Baptist, ' 4-H club, Algona A.p.K., 'under Mrs. C. J. McEvoy and Mrs.. Theresa Berger, and if anyliaive been missed the omis- no means intended, Election today for two college directors the ChriAtmts holidays at the R. Of his. mother, Mrs. U- Election will bs held today (Thursday) for two directors font this area to the tigfoiy ormed Lakes Region- Area Community College tsafiti Vocational School program, * ivill include five counties. Polls will be open froftttS a.m. luitil 4 p.m.-Voting Irf'lHatricC. 7 which includes schools^ at Al* gona, LuVerne, Burt, tiiverdale, Sherman, Lotts Creek aftd Whit-; temore townships, will b^ done at three sites. Voting will be done at the Al' gona high school for Precinct 1 (Cresco, Union, Plum. Creek* Irvihgton, Wesley and Prairie townships); at the Whittemor0, City Hall ,for Preanct 2 (Latits Creek and Whit temore townships); and at the Riverdale Community Center building for Precinct 3 (Riverdale and Sherman townships). The Algona men, Edgar Meyer, instructor in the Algona Public Schools, and Eugene Hutchins, manager of the Federal Land Bank offices' here, are candidates for the post. , FOUR MEN are seeking the post for District 1 which includes the Titonka, Swea City, Ban- Rites today at Lakota for * .1. •' •••"•' Mrs. Heetland Engaged MR. AND MRS. Donald McCarthy, ' Algona, , announce .V tlhe engagement; of their daughter, Eileen Frames, to Eugene; Lester HoyelsierC son 'of; Mri >and iss na, C 1962 graduate of .Garrigan high school. A ' summer wedding; is planned/ '* - ' * kota school areas plus Grant, Greenwood and Ramsey. townships. ~ : . i p ..''•..•'' - • •' ' They: ere,' Charles Quinn, Bancroft; Nitls J. Nielsen, Ringsted; Or ville Thoreson, Swee City; and Gordon Wirtjes, Lekota. .'... :, .-.V^; 1 There are seven to be elected rom the seven districts in the area and they will serve for hree years. The Board will organize within-15 days after the election and will then seek to "ind an administrator. Headquarters for the area is. at istherville. • >. ALL TAXPAYERS in the five counties—Emmet, Palo Alto, Dickinson, Kossuth and Clay— will share in paying the costs, of the school program. Maximum millage levy under state law is % of a mill,, or an estimated f 168,000 from this area. The levy must be approved by a vote in the area before it can be levied. ...'•:-•,/•, Waverty|s Mrs. : EJlen Selinsky marked . Jier ; : ,1 day rs. Se- ,|V. ->\ir nnlV' o'rI'tvof/iTi i there on December 14. tinsky has lived around Waverly 96 years and began subscribing to the Waverly : :new(5papers in 1890. Lakota—Hannah Heetland, 82, lifetime resident of Lakota, died Dec. 25, at Park Hospital, Mason City, alter a lengthy ill. rtefe. • ; .fFuneral services will be hek Thursday (today) Dec. 29 at the Dakota Presbyterian "'church .Rev. John'Reimers will officiate. Winter Funeral Home, Buf falo Center, is in charge* of arrangements. Burial will be in Maple Hill cemetery, Lakota. Pallbearers are Henry Ennen K. H. Elman, Raymond Elman John Ukena, Elmer Weise and Jerry Boakelman. Miss Heetland was born Feb. 17, 1884 in Lakota, the daughter of John J. and Wilhemina Ukena Heetland. She is survived by three brothers and tv/o sisters. Wef« gu«M« iff the Elmer Fetton home in West Bend. . '' ~ , -, J It' 1 ' vt Titonka wwnei hold annual holidayparty Titonka.— The Titonka Woman's club held their annual Christriws .party at the home of fttfttl. lite it ettfutiM^v .< by Hfeiel Budlotig witit and songs. Lois Btviidt showed »nd expititt*d ftomc Christmas symbols in correk fttii Too Ute To Classify The Buffalo Boosters 441 dub held their annual ChriMmafi party at the Good Hope Lutheran Church. The group went caroling to the shut-ins, exchanged gifts, enjoyed games and contests, and enjoyed a lunch served by the leaders and girls. The Mixed Chorus and Girls Glee club of Titonka High School presented a thirty minute Christmas concert over Radio station, KLGA on Sunday, Dec. 25. Mrs. Byron Hehn is the director. v FOR SALE —• 70 close-up sows, ! farrowing nbw. Donald Greenfield, Kiester, Minnesota. Phone 294-3229. - *», 14wl02-l-2-3 WANTED — Salesgirl or lady at Finn's Bakery ; 7wl02 * • * •'•:•;..' • ,, i FOR SALE — Brome and Alfalfa hay, 3500 bales. John, Hil- PARTIES AT HOME , Christmas parties were held December 22 at the Good Samaritan Homes, at Home I from 2 to 3, at Home 2, 3 to 4. The "Melody Mums" of West Bsnd, "barb^rshoppers" sang several numbers, a group of girls under leadership) of Mrs, Vaughn Rising sang appropriate songs and brief devotions were given by Rev. Davies A social time and coffee followed. CARD CLUB MEETS Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thilges entertained their card club December 22, The group is made up of West Bend: Couples and have" metv over a"'teri year period. •-•••> •;; •;•'." ;-•'-'- '• / • .' IOWA CITY WEDDING The wedding of Lance Steph en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephen, of Ayrshire, and Linda, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Lester Chorperihg, of Washington, la. took place Saturday, Dec. 17, in the First Baptist church at Iowa City. Only the immediate family and close friends were present Attendants were Ed Arndorfe^ of Dub'uque, Bernard Henely ol Ayrshire, and Sharon Lowry, ol Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen are students at the State Uni versity at Iowa City. WANT AD TOPAY! TRY A WANT AD IN THi Kossuth County Advance •"4 N(PW«p«pf r Readeriiiip 'Th? Paper with Shopper Gpverage Mintiie Schutter, West Bend and Mrs. Elste^ha First, Long Beach, California. Her parents, one brother, John and two sisters, Tina and Ethel, preceded her in death. ••••»»»»»»»eeeeeeeee«»»» By Mae McLean' bert, "Bode, 379-1195. 102;5' This past; month some hew and interesting homes have come on- the market. These are now being shown to our valued 'clients. Should your name not be on pur list, do call, telling us your needs. We would like to be of assistance to you. n -, x Midfl. Kottter RICKLEFS AY GEELAN REAL ESTATE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jeflnlngs visited several days Over Christ- lit her sister, Mf . and Mrs, John WaMon of Wellman. Mr and Mrs, Jay Budiong spending the winter in St. Petersburg, Fk. The Will He Open NEW YEAR'S EVE If you can play • musical Instrument, bring if along. Com* and join an evening of funl * Illlll Illllllllllllimilllllll' The PINE ROOM ... ' • • 1- ' ; . s ''..'",. " ' ' has gone "GO - GO" -8MO GIRL ALL NEXT WEEK - MONDAY THRU SATURDAY — NIGHTLY AT THE PINE ROOM, HOTEL ALGONA — 11111111111111111111 it i i i ii n 1111111 n 11 i.i u i 11 > i .. >, /'»'»' Mrs. Marie Frankl and Mrs. Marguerite Hayes spent Christ mas Eve with the Bernard Fran- kls, Algona. Guests Christmas day at the Clarence Siemer's were their daughter, the Jim Gattons and daughter Amy. LuVerne Marcia Arendc »*»»»»»»»»»»»»»••» Mrs. Lucinda Stone turned home from Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, where she was a medical patient last week. Ronald Stone, Atlantic, spent 'rfu'/ world of elegance at; lie Service Co. Superb Styling in a MONOGRAM vented wall- type furnace ; • Cabinets available In •ithcr wood grained vinyl or two-ton* Maple and Brown .• Twin blower? send warm air circulating throughout yoyr home (actor and more efficiently tha.n.' a single blower can • Permanent filter... washable; provides clean, dust-free air • Twin cast iron burners assure perfect gas combustion ,,.are guaranteed for the lifetime of the furnace » Gives 65,000 BTU's in mild weather, 85,000 in cold weather e Limit switch prevents •verheating '. • Install fluster recessed in the wall tf CONTACT CEC McGINNIS OR ROG HOOVER . North Central Public Service Co. 10 East State 5-2484 Algona Do you have trouble saving money? Most people do. So here's a suggestion you may find helpful. It'sicaHed "pay yourself first", and.it's very simple. First, decide how much money you want to save, Five percent of take-home pay is about average, then, each time you get paid, "pay yourself first" by putting this five percent in a savings ^cgounj with MS. This is a good systematic savings plap,. " ••'•-•' - - . "- . ' "•"'. ) "'.'•••/ •• -• .' '•;•• - • ' • ..'•':•.'•;, •..'.. • y- : -ff ',, • , Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. -It.: All Aecownt» Fully Intured »e $15,000 Save From The J§tn — Biro Fyom The lit SINCE 1917-ALOONA,IQWA < ,* , «.*' ON PA$$»OOK SAVINGS ANO Savings ousts $9

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