Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED The birthdays of Mrs. William Runchey and Mrs. Lylo Steele were observed Sunday with a pot-luck picnic dinner at the Runchey's. Those in attendance were Mr. Runchey, Mr. Steele, Mr. and Mrs Wayne Smith and Susan, Mrs. Alice Clayton, Mrs. Nell Pot ter, Mrs. Eva Dewel, Mrs. Doris Miller and Kathy, and guests Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler and family, of Livermore, and Mari McCullough. Several members of the birthday club were out of town. Arrangements were made by Mrs. Wayne Smith, daughter of the Runcheys. FAMILY DINNER Delbert Moore, who was hospitalized at Sioux Falls, S. D. many weeks but was dismissed several weeks ago, is able to get around on crutches and wears leg braces. In his honor a family dinner was given recently. Those in attendance were Mrs. Earl Armstrong and son, of Livermore; Mrs. Charles Hartwick and son, of Kanawha; Adrian Casler, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schneider and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider, and Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt and family. BIRTHDAY • ANNIVERSARY The 55th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Ted Fisher and 81st birthday of Mr. ;Fishex were combined in a family celebration Sunday at the parental home. Present were Mrs. Eva Jorgan, Willie Fisher and family, of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fisher, of Garner; Mr. and.Mrs. Elmer t..owman, of Laurens; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher Jr., of Granada, Minn.; Mr .and Mrs. Victor Fisher, of Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fisher, and the respective families. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT •Mrs. William Wade Sullivan announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Sheila, to Dr. Donald Richard McTn- tyre of Minneapolis, son of Mr. and Mrs, Huigh Mclntrye of Merchantville, N. J. The wedding will take place in August. Engaged ATTEND COLLEGE EVENT Mrs. Lylo Riedinger and Don attended the pre-orienta- Lone Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Marlow, Lone Rock, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Mlarie to Roger Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Becker of Lakota. Both graduated from St. John high school, Bancroft. She attended Mankato State College and is now employed at the Bancroft Municipal pool. Mr. Becker attended Estherville Junior College until he received a knee injury and is presently fanning near Lakota. A September 30 wedding is being planned at St John's Catholic church, Bancroft. tion and registration program JMAi (lewe) Advance THURSDAY, JULY itO, \m it the university of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls last week •Thursday and Friday. From there they went to Maquoketa to join Mr. Riedinger and the other sons (or a family reunion over the weekend at the home of Mr. Riedinger's parents. 'COFFEE' HOSTESS Mrs. Albert Hagg entertained at a coffee Tuesday morning. Guests were Freda Steus- sey, Florence Brown, Kate Wegener, Velma Hagg and Agnes Dreesman. DINNER QUESTS Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg were Dorothy Terwilliger, of Clarion, Ruby Dodd, of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagg and Tim, and Mr. and Mrs. Lizzie Ziemet. CARD CLUB TO MEET ' The "Eight Specks" 500 club will meet Wednesday evening, July 26, with Mrs. Lester Johnson. HOLD BRIDAL SHOWER There will be an open house bridal shower honoring Janet Welhousen in the Good Hope Lutheran church parlors, Titonka, July 29 at 8:00 p.m. No invitations are being sent but everyone is cordially invited to attend. MAIN FLOOR SALE NO STAIRS TO CLIMB-ALL SALE ITEMS ON ONE FLOOR CHILDREN'S CLEARANCE ITEMS MOVED TO MAIN FLOOR FOR THIS EVENT! i GUARANTEED SAVINGS UP TO Vz PRICE and more on all merchandise. Biggest Sale of the Year! All summer items must go. Nothing hold back - Nothing carried into fall! ALL MERCHANDISE REGROUPED AND REPRICED! SHEAKLEYS "LADIES AND CHILDREN'S FASHIONS" HUB CLOTHIERS' MEN MB BOYS WEAR SUMMER * * Starts Thursday - 9 a. x The M!« you've been waiting for — specie! summer cleerance en men end beyswear et THE HUB CLOTHIERS . . . with let* ef het weether wearing time left this summer. Spectacular savings in suits, spert ceets, shirts, swimwear, Bermudas, slacks, etc. Hurry in this weekend when selection is at it best. Buy Now For Tho Hot Weather Ahead 75 MEN'S SUITS Save up to 50% on all men's summer suits and special group of "year-round" suits. Siies 36 to 44. Regulars, shorts and longs priced in two groups only. Drastic Reductions On Men's SPORT COATS All men's Sport Coats from our regular stock — REDUCED UP TO 50%. Summer weights and regular weights. Values to $40 in sizes 36 to 46. Two low prices. Priced from • . . . 16.88 to 29.88 Men's Short Sloovo SPORT SHIRTS From our regular stock of famous name men's sport shirts. VALUES TO $7 in wash 'n wear and no-iron fabrics and button-down collars. Men's Summer Weight DRESS SLACKS All new styles — wool and dacron blends or dacron blend wash 'n wear fabrics. Sixes 29 to 46. Values to $14.95. COMPLETE CLEARANCE OF ALL MEN'S Dress STRAW HATS Vl PRICE FINAL CLEARANCE ON ENTIRE,STOCK OF Men's BERMUDA SHORTS Sizes 29 to 40 Priced From YOUNG MEN'S In Cords or Brush Denims JEAN-STYLE SLACKS • Reg. $5.00 • Sizes 29 to 36 SPECIAL GROUP OF MEN'S AH From Regular Stock Long-Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS:»t.tL ge '2.66 • BOYS SWIM TRUNKS • BOYS BERMUBA SHORTS • Values to $4 • Sizes 10 to 20 • One Low Price MiN'S TRUNKS • Silt* 30 to 46 Laitex, Boxers or Corduroyi $2U H p

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