SOCIETY NEWS Tuesday, Feb. 7, 1967 Al0ona (la.) Upper Des Mfl«n«*-S ELECT OFFICERS Methodist Senior M.Y.F. members have elected officers for the year July, 1967, through June, 1968 as follows: Gregg Powell, president; Tom Taylor, vice president; Patti Muckey, secretary; Randy Handel, treasurer; Kathy Taylor, citizenship; Marl McCullough, faith; JohnHedlund, witness; Becky Mino, fellowship; Tom Jones, district representative ; Craig Taylor, representative to Algona Youth Council. - o - FATHER-SON DINNER The Methodist Father and Son Banquet will be held Feb. 14 at 6:30 o'clock. - o - DAY OF PRAYER World Day of Prayer services will be held In the Congregational church, Feb. 10 at 2:00 p. m. - o - PLAN PARTY The Rebekahs are planning a Valentine party for Feb. 14. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Myra Ostrum entertained her birthday club last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Christine Von Bank was a guest. - o - DAUGHTER GRADUATES Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase, Don and Sally, and Mrs. Pearl Phillips went to Cedar Falls to attend the graduation Jan, 25 of their daughter, Ann, Mrs. David Skogstrom, who received her B. A. degree for teaching. She will teach in a junior high. Mr. Skogstrom, also a student at Cedar Falls, has two more years. They came home for a few days visit at the Haase and Mrs. Vivian Skog- strom homes. - o - CARD CLUBS "Eight Specks" card club will meet Wednesday evening with Mrs. Lester Johnson. The Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ann Hanson. - o - MEETING SET The Republican Women's Club of Kossuth County is meeting Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. in the Odd Fellows Hall at Wesley. The lesson is "Concern With Education for Retarded Children." Program, music by Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard, speaker, A. M. Quintard, Kossuth County Supt. of Schools. Hostesses are the Wesley Republican women. CACTUS Mrs. William Showalter, Belle Plaine, is once again enjoying a giant Christmas cactus plan" which is blooming again this year, as it has bloomed for the past 50 years. MEDAL Lt. Col. Eugene V. Buckingham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buckingham of Bartlett, has re- ' tired from (he U. S. Air Force after more than 25 years of military service. During retirement ceremonies in the Pentagon, Col. Buckingham was presented with the Presidential Legion of Merit. The Friendly Store HONEST VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT MUG or BOWL 2 25 Ivory colored 5-inch bowl or 8-oz. mug for snacks! now,*) FOR ., Compare . at $3.25 WOOL DUST MOP Multi-colored, fluffy <£• QQ wool yarn mop dusts * I * • corners easily! 20-7474 Pint VACUUM BOTTLE 99 c Big Value! For work, sports events or trips! Red and whits metal with polypropylene cup top. 29-9.402 Regularly $1.59 Exhaust Pipe EXTENSION Bright chrome-plated 18" exhaust extension dresses up your car! Come in and save! 4-4605 29 Artisan L. P. FUEL TANK 99' Reg. $1.19 For torches having a 1" throat. Fits all Bernz- O-Matic and Turner torch heads. u-sui Watering CAN Chef Size SALT 'N PEPPERS Nitty shaker set in white or sand "child proof" plastic. 11-1231,3 Gaily designed polyethylene watering can in colors! jo-ui» PLASTIC 11 -QT. PAIL Unbreakable pail for household chores. Turquoise, sand. 20-7990,1 57< TABLE TENNIS 4 Players—Reg. $4.99 Hours of fun for everyone! Includes net, paddles, balls. 99-4710 $ 3 99 \ 12" IP'S COUNTRY, WESTERN 99 Famous-name collection of country and western albums for you to enjoy. Many labels!. 39-5670 MASKING TAPE '/4"xl80Ft. Roll-Reg. 57c large W roll for clean, sharp painting results. 30-7919 49 « HUMIDIFY ... for Comfort and Health! 2-Speed CORONADO 'EMPRESS' $49 NO MONEY DOWN Compare »5.00 PER MONTH °» **»•»* Furniture styled humidifier has 2-speed push 1 button control, directional air louvers, large 8- gallon tank. Honeywell humidstat. 44-mi 'Princess'Humidifier 44-1430 $39.95 Auto Fender Mirror Reg. $2.29 Round 4'/j" non-glare mirror is permanently sealed into chrome head. Installs easily — rusjproof! 6-6906 A Reg. 794 4-PACK BULBS High quality bulb pack includes 2 60-watt and 2 100-watt bulbs. 17-J77I 57' YOU ALWAYS SAVE MORE AT GAMBLES!
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