The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1966 · Page 12
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fte.) Upptr Ott fee, YULEJIDE CHEER Sf Joe CD.A. Hoi Visit From Santa Clous ST. KX. - CaCwtlc Daagfeter* of America O«rt ft. *»*pb&»M tbetr regular taaOMj meetiag Vetoettej e*eaia«, Dee. 14 with Vic* Reg eat Mrs. Mama Bediag precMiag. Tbc naeeCag was preceded {7; a WO pot-tack dlamr with Be*r. L. C. M r ; A times, good - «" ! mem °"" HOWARD rVUUBl and DON DIAL AUTHOftlZID UNOSAY DfALAI r Lindsay Soft Water Co, UND8AY 520 South PfillKpt Street lowci DL Fraacis Sisters as special gae*U. Fe&r/wiag to* meetiag a risft frotfi Santa Ciaos, a social hoar with crort whist (oilowed. Mrs. Art Zelmet received the door prize with Mrs. Maarice ftedlag a&d Sister Misael re- oefriflf t&e prizes ia cards. Tbe Cc«rt made its aaatial Christmas remembrances aad also fare $20 to the Ciocjk orpbaa fend Lecturer Mrs. David Mc- Gotre gare a short talk of Christmas. Tbe hall aad tables were decorated ia a holiday theme with a large Christmas tree and Christmas crib addiag to the gala party. %/velty corsages aad decorated cookies were among (be highlights with UK delicious foods at the talfet table. - o- Mr. aad Mrs. Ed Bormaan spent Sunday ia Ames with their daughter aad soo-ia-law Mr. aad Mrs. George Ham ia observance of the second birthday of their grandson FW1. Mrs. Ralph Koolhaas aad Baady accompanied by Mrs. Marvin Koilasch of Algoaa, went to Iowa City on Tuesday where Randy had . a medical check at the Children's hospital. Mrs. Joe Sianwell returned home on Wednesday afternoon STRONG CHURCHES.., Make Strong Communities "And they Khali call his name Emmanuel. " — laaiah 7:14 These toecial Weekly you byfyie following ROY HUTZELL - DIlT, Owlf Pefroloum ProdJcfi 295-2362 \ ISSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boyi POST MOVING and STORAGE local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlynd, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. O. P. Harmei "Svptr Speed" Tooli FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Meiton Ron, Mgr, COLONIAL MOTEL Jynelion 16 A Emmanuel, being interpreted means, "God with us." On that momentous oc- cuBlon in Bethlehem, the shepherds and the wise men came to the stable to see the fulfillment of prophecy. Through the life of Jesus upon earth, mankind is forever reminded that God is indeed with us at all times. Not only at Christmas, but during each waking day of our lives, we should never allow ourselves to forget that God's hour la eternal, that God is with us always, Read your BIBLE dally and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Church Messages brought to PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 Eait - Tel, 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Maitey-Ferguion OMC Trucki - Flre*tone Tlr«i - Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucki - Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feedi - We Buy Eggi and Poultry 216 Weit State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B, WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBIU SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Tajkei Car* of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169 tnm Ma** Ctty *fc«* *fM tad bwa fi«* teaSx? ia the fast of bet K» aad dangbter-ia-law Mr. tad Mrc. Roger aaaveg aad famOr, «tOe Mrt.fitamil WM a Redteal patted fa Mwtf kwpttal ia MaMa City. Mrs. Peter Bonnaan eoter- taiaed her Ffre Hundred dob on Tve*oar afleroooo *ltt tbcir aaooal Chrijtea* pairtj aad gift «xcbaage, Reedviag prize* vere Mrs. Tony Becker, Mary Jaoe Griper aad Mr«. Wm. B. Define. Mrs. ftuie Kramer eotertaiiiftbe dab en Dec. 29. Joba Driver came borne on Sat* nrdaj- from St. Ann hospital la Algona *bere be had be«j a medical patient. Mr. aad Mr«. Harold Redlag sprat the weekend with their daughter aad gon-ia-law, Mr. aad Mrs. Dale Chicoiae, Jefferson, S. D, Mr. aad Mrs. Ted Hilbert aad family eotertaiaed ia their borne ftrnday ereniag at a steak sapper vltb the following aad Mrs. Lawrence Hough aad sow, Emoietctnrg, Mr. aad Mrs. Cecil Ttwreson, Srca City, Mr. aad Mrs. Berl Pricbe aad Mr. aad Mrs. Gary Priebe, Algona, Lee Dreyer, Dennis Uthof aad Marria Porope, Fenton, Dick Reding WhitUmore, and Dick Er- p&Miag, Doonie Erpeldiog aad Howard Koblhaas. Notes Of I Servicemen| SAN ANTONIO — AirmanRus- sell L. Spear, above, son of Mr. aad Mrs. James W. Spear : of R., R. 2, Algona, has been selected for training at Sheppard APB, Tex., as an Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist. The airman, a 1966 graduate of Algona Community High School, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. - o- USS BROWNSON (DD868) Machinist's Mate Fireman Roger E. Baker, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Baker of Lone Rock, is a crewmember aboard the destroyer USS Brownson, with the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific supporting operations in Southeast Asia. The Brownson is attached to Destroyer Squadron -20 home- ported at Newport, R.L His squadron left Newport early in October, passed through the Panama Canal and visited Pearl Harbor before joining the Seventh Fleet in November. - o- HOHENFELS, Germany-Army Specialist Fourth Class Mark W. Bonnstetter, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bonnstetter, Route 1, Whittemore, is participating in a four- week field training exercise conducted by the 4th Armored Division in Hohenfels, germany. During the exercise, which is scheduled to end Dec. 20, he is taking part in weapons firing and ...1966. ALGONA FLOOR SERVICE tactical Ana? profraa to taaMxia the Ttis P«*eS gift fer the coD*f* ooaterf profiefeacr of ki£ ejeft. *«*M - a porttNe tmf tt- Corocc t|pg» Mter. Also, bandy DM**! files to keep reports, r —.-, e***ys and esaxa* orrtolred. dhisktt'f Sl«t fetiatrT wax D- Tut o» Offle* S^tf? leAeim, G*r»MT. CpffiR DCS HOWES. RESTAURANT CLOSED CHRISTMAS PIONEER «."«..< FROM THE AUTOMOTIVE BUREAU of the ALGONA CHAMBER of COMMERCE 'TOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS - GIFT WRAP YOURSELF I" What's the most valuable present your family wants to find beside the Christmas tree? You. Without you, it wouldn't be Christmas. Without you, it wouldn't be a family. Without you, nothing would be right any more. So keep yourself safe, every way you can, for that family who loves you. One very easy but very important way: Take a couple of seconds before you start your car to lock the door and fatten your teat belt. Wrap yourself in the solid protection of that auto's safety-engineered body, in the gentle but firm restraint of that "circle of safety" belt. Do this every time you drive, whether, the trip be long or short. Eighty per cent of all accidents happen within 25 miles of the driver's home. Locking doors from the inside helps keep you in and other people out. Seat belts? Studies indicate that their regular use could save some 13,000 lives yearly and reduce injuries one-third. Incidentally, you are valuable to us, too. You are an important member of our "family" of friends. And it wouldn't be the same without you. So, before you drive—lock up, buckle up I Gift wrap yourself ... to be a present with a future I Our best wishes for sqfe qnd pleasant holiday motoring for you and your family this Christmas tea ton. Cordially, Dau's Garage Kossuth Motors Schulti Bros* Sieg Company Taylor Motor Co, Percival Motors Ken's Auto Service George's Body Shop 1 < . ... .. . .. M < \~

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