Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 7
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Girls Softball Champions • f ' ' .. 1 MM PICTURED ABOVE arc the I Jons, who tied with the Colts and the Gophers for the championship in the Junior Girl's Softball league. They arc, from left to ri^ht, front, Kristino Wilcox, LcAnn Schenck, Susan Gotten. Cindy For- bes, and Debbie-Long. Back. Coach Milo Kollasch. Glenda Cade. Vicki Brandt. Rhonda Mat/.. Karen Kollasch. and Patty Thilges. Missing arc Liz Harm and Virginia Cook. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. HMHIMHMHrHHMIIHIHmim IIHHIHHMMIHHHHIMHIItllHMim 111111111111 IHHHMM IHniHMHHMHHIHIH Mr. and Mrs, Gene Horning Otirli'iu 1 M;ic I.tigo- miimv ;ind Cii'iu 1 •llurniiiH Ox- vhrm.ui'il IIKII ri;i.m' 'vows in :i clou'. Ic riiif; ivivmomiv- ;it "!:'M p.m.. .lul.v 2iul. ;it Ilic' Triiiil.v l/iitluTan .t'huri'li in Klniuri 1 . Miniu'snt;i. Tin- Ht-v. ..NuniKiii IJi.srlii'r iil'l'ii'iiiti'ii. ; I'arcnls of Ilu- rnU|ilc arc Air. anil Mrs. MHvin l.<>nt>m;inu nf Kln\(i)-i' and Mr. and Mrs. ,C'l::r- I'lU'i'/ llnrnini; nf (ili'iivilk-, i\liniH'Snl;i. Mai'ilyn liiiri'harill • of Kurt Mnr.uaii, (.'oliuailn was Maid nlj Honor. UriiU'sniaiils \\-i-ri' Mrs. Marvin liipprnlrup and !''a.vi'i Kraini-rsiiH'ii'r (Mis. liu- bi'i'l Itoland). ,loanii< llnrnin.u. nii'iv : of i ho yronin. was ilu 1 llowi'r ijirl. SoryiiiK as tin- Lirido's porsonal alU'iidi'nl was Dtii-othy Si-nlos of Si. Paul. AiU'iidin.n i ho Kninm was Mill Miller nf AlbiTt I AM as host num.- Sti-vo Froduriekson of Minneapolis and Curl NVlson of .Albert Li'ii sorvod as .uriKiinsinon. Mark Horning, no- phew of the groum. was the riiiK. hearer. Dennis Larson and Wayne Lojjomann .were uslu'.rs. Nuptial music, was provided by .lanae Krupp and soloists were Molvin Oyi'i 1 . unelc of the groom, and Mrs. Lamont Junkermeier. cousin of the bride; About 250 yui- i sts i attended the reception in the church's parlors. After a short wedding trip the couple are making their home in St. Paul. Minnesota. Mrs, Horning is employed as a secretary at HM. Mr. Horning will teach in White Hear Lake this fall. IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIHIHIHIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMHMMIMinnilMIIIIHIIIIHIIIMUIIIMMIIHIIIIHIIMUIHIMWIMIWHIHIIIIIMIIINMMKHHIimiMIUII Pcrshing Marlow and daughters Lois Bristow and Lucille Seegebarth. Guests were Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, Mrs.- Woodrow Pctt- it. the Richard Bristows, P. M. Marlows and Lisa, and Dennis Meisters. Shelbyville, Mo., is visiting the Baxters and other friends and relatives in the community. The Phillip Wcimars. Wliil- tier, Calif., have a 6 Ib. .15 oz. boy born July 20. He has a sister Allison at home. The Fred Schmidts will leave for California Sunday by plane. Mrs. Jim Elmore and Mrs. Julius Taylor called at Leslie Baxter's Tuesday. Wednesday- evening callers were the Art Zumacks, Ted Bonnstetters. West Bend, and the Roland Stueves. Emmetsburg. The Leslie Baxters called at Aaron Ernsts at Emmetsburg. Friday evening her aunt and uncle, the William Walkers, also her cousin, the John Snidcrs. Decatur, 111., and Cerro Gordo were also there. The Lone Rock Ladies 500 club met at the Legion hall Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Jim Long as hostesses and there were five tables. Winning prizes were Mrs..Lloyd Hutchinson. Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod ' and Mrs. Dave Lynch. Hostesses for next month are Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Dave Weber and Mrs. William Marlow. Lenore Circle met at June Weisbrod's with Virginia Wagener assisting. There were 14 members and four guests. Mrs. Art Priebe had the lesson. There will be no August meeting. The Merwin Marlows met the Don Houcks, Keystone, at the McClintosh state park in Clear Lake for the weekend camping and boating. Mrs. Rose Kraft arrived home Sunday from Portland. Ore., where she spent a month visiting her brother, M. A. Borchard. The Leo Engessers, John and Brenda, Carpentaria. Calif., were Saturday night guests at Sam McCleish's. The daughter Patsy, Mason City, was home for the weekend. Tom McCleish, stationed at Camp Guernsey. Wyo. will be home this Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at Art Priebe's home were' the Rev. Pruells and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Fcnton. Allan Marlow. workin" in Man k a to this summer, spent the weekend with his parents, the William Marlows. Shower given at St. Joe for Nancy Kennedy St. Joe — Nancy Jean Kennedy Sunday was given a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's school hall with rela- lives and friends attending. She was assisted at the gift table by the groom-elect's sister Marilyn Thilges. At 500 Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Kathryn Fisch received high and second. Patty Red- I* ing received the door prize. {4, Miss Kennedy, daughter of <;'< the Ed Kennedys, Fairmont, will marry Kenneth Thilges, son of the Raymond Thilgeses. St. u Joe. An August 12 at 10:30 a.m. wedding is planned in St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. FISH IN CANADA The John Thuls returned Thursday from 3 weeks with relatives at Rapid City, S. D., Drinkwater, Marquis, Moose Jaw and Regina, Sask. Canada. Mr. Thul accompanied by his brother-in-law and 3 nephews spent esveral days fishing at Green Lake, Sask. Canada and caught over 200 three and four pound walleyes. The wheat crop was starting to head and in need of rain. ACHIEVEMENT DAY Riverdalc Rustlers 4 J H Unit 1 and 2 will hold achievement day and Mother-Daughter tea on Saturday afternoon in St. Joseph's school hall. The annual Riverdale Rustlers family picnic will be held Sunday on the picnic grounds at tlvj A!^c::a public swimming pool with a 5 p.m. supper. An afternoon of swimming will prcceed the sup- per. Gary Lee and Gayle Lynn, son and daughter of the Robert Bormans. were baptized on Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Louis Bormann and Mildred Bormann. The latter acted as proxy for her sister, Mrs. James S. Shomaker. for Gary Lee, and the Joe Redings, for Gayte Lynn. The Ed Kleins and Janet, Theresa, Diana, Danny, John and Evelyn, Memphis, Tenn., arrived for a visit Wednesday with Mr. Klein's sister, the Ben Thilges and family and other relatives and friends. The Ronald Hejliks and son Craig, Emmetsburg, all with July birthdays, had a family gathering Sunday with a pic< nic at Harrison park in Emmetsburg. Mrs. Hejlik is the former Mary Alice O'Brien, el a lighter of the Hubert O'Briens here. Others attending were Patsy Hackney, Debbie and Rhonda Hackney from here, the Eugene Lem- kos. Irvmgton, and Valeric *Tliilg<.'.s, Algona. Hejlik rela- . lives from Rockford and /.Duncan also attended. i The Kcllcy Thuls and Mary, ' ( Marquis, Sask. Canada came Friday for a visit with rela- - lives. Kelley, the son of the , late Nick Thul, Jr., Marquis, Sask., formerly from here, is ;. a nephew of Mrs. Louise Thul and the John Thuls. The Lee Nepples and Michael. Iowa City, were visitors . last week at Orville Wagners, parents of Mrs. Ncpple. They spent several days at Okoboji, leaving Michael with his grandparents. • Nicki McGuirc, son of the Luke McGuires, Burt, spent from Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ofville Wagner's. : Mrs. Joe Ringsdoff and Michael, Centefville, left.oft Sunday after a visit with her parents, the Raymond Kohl- haases and at Wendel Rings- doffs, Burt. The Marcel. Redings attended a family picnic at Wesley Sunday for the birthday of Mrs. Reding's mother $ Mrs. Mike Arndorfer, St. Benedict. Ribbon* . Blue ribbons and grand championship trophies represent years of work and achievement for Mrs. Etta Feye of Andrew. Mrs. Feye has Alfona THURSDAY, JULY 27, been raising gladioli the past 20 years and is well-known throughout the country as \ source of information on flower cultivation. x)J. DIAMOND'S ME JIMPMI WITH «UES! Badminton Birds — reg. 3 for 39c Cool Toyo Caps — all sizes — reg. 29c __ Thirsty large sponges — reg. 29c _. Cuff link and tie bar sets — reg. $1.00 30 quart foam ice chest — EXTRA SPECIAL reg. $1.29 68c SHORT-SLEEVE SPORT SHIRT RIOT Never such high quality for so low a price. 2.95 to 7.95 shirts as low as 1.00 and some specially priced at 2 for $3.00 including long sleeves. $iw and for S ,7 Short Sleeve Sweat Shirts — Reg. $1.99 — S - M - L • XL — Your Choice of Colors . $1.00 Boy and girls — Men and Women's Spring Jackets — many different styles — values to $8.95 SALE PRICE $3.12 Boys and girls Nylon ski style winter jackets — hood under collar — Machine washable, Reg. $8.95 Siies6tol8_ . . -. $4.86 Fall and Winter Mens Jackets — tanker style — quilt-lined for warmth, reg. $6.95 $4.26 Large size Plastic Air Mattress, reg. $1.39 — NOW 88c Many, Many, Many More Extra Specials Too Numerous To Mention. For Loads Of Fun You Can't Beat Algona's Ridiculous Days! 24-day bus tour by woman at Lone Rock tone Rock — Mrs. Art Priebe recently went.on a letv ture tour course in American History by Greyhound bus. They left June 5 and got back July 6, There were 81 in Ihe group, including two instructors. This was a 6 hour credit course. Historical places where stops were included, Augusta College. Niagara Falls, Fort Niagara, Montreal Expo '67. Quebec, a walking tour: Boston: Freedom Trail Walking Tour; Lexington and Concord: Emerson and Hawthorne; at New York a boat tour around Manhattan; Philadelphia; Betsy Ross Home: Valley Forge: Gettesburg. At Washington, D. C., they visited President Kennedy's grave and watched the changing of the guard at the tomb of t<he unknown soldier. They visited 20 states in 24 day* and covered 6,000 miles. HAS 8Sth Birthday •Mrs. Clara Marlow* 85th birthday was observed July n at the Heritage Home, Bancroft. A cake and ice cream v/as furnished by her son SUBSTITUTE PASTOR Rev. Marion L. Blake, Thor, will be in tiie pulpit Sunday in absence of Rev. Bullock, who is vacationing in California, The Gordon Blanchards, Mason City, called on his mother, Mrs. Maude Blancli- ard Monday. The Andrew Thomsons returned Friday last week from a trip to the mountains in Colorado. The Kenneth Thoni- sens, Crest on, were along on the trip. The Glen Dotys, sister of Mrs. Andrew Thomsen. who have lived in Mason City many years, visited the Them- sens- from Wednesday to Monday enroute to Laguiu Beach, Calif,, where the Dotys will make their future home. Joy Kraft, Susan Fortney, Denise Voettler, Dale Person and 3rian Bristow are attending the Junior Presbyterian camp this week it the Dolliver Memorial state camp at Lehigh. The Fay Edlemans, Seattle, Wash., were guests at Pave Weber's all last week. Cindy Wetoer visited' over the weekend with her grandparents, the Dive Webers. Mrs. Helen Christoffer from Now at no EXJRA CHARGE! COMPLETE ON-THE-FARM TIRE SERVICE Repaired Promptly t Tractor Tire* Recapped • Tube Valve* Replaced • Tirol liquid Filled, Drained, Replaced e Complete line of Goodyear Farm, Truck and Auto Tiro* SEE US OR CALL US NOW for fait, dependable service I GOODACAR-1 HILTON'S SINCLAIR SERVHJt ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY eiuunf* i*i/v\/<-> r-ir»oT I-IIIAI ITY ^^ — t, Penney's reduces quality sheets! HEN'S T-Shirt. end Brief* 2 for SI : Thermo! Shirt* end Orewer* ^Sffe i||t_ _L^ 81'or $1.66 • Short Sleeve Sweet Shirt* |1.SO Chembrey Work Shirt* $1.00 Flennol Work Shirt* __ $1.50 All Dro** Strew Hot* end Cop* SOc Every Men end Boy'* Swim ' Suit in »tock, Orig. $2 end $4 $1.22 Summer Dro** Slex, Orig. $7.98 $4.44 Clote out Long Sleeve Dro** Shirt* —- 99c Bettor Dro** Slex, Orig. $9.95 $4.88 BOY'S Brief* end T-Shirt* 3 for $1 Denim Jean*, *iie* 6 to 12 $1.00 - white drid colors! -f •- • • ~ NATION-WIDE WHITE cotton muslins. 133 count*. twin 72"«IOS"flol or Eloilo-fit Sontoriied* $1.51 bottom — .................................................. ;• full 8I"«I08" flat or Elotto-fil Sanforiied ?1.71 bottom ........................................................ pillow cotei, 4Z"«36" 2 FOR PENCALE* WHITE cotton percales. 186 count*. twin 7Z"»10B" flat or Elaita-fil Sonloriitd bottom -••• full 8t"»l08" flat or Elaito-fil Sanforiied bottom pillow catei, 42"i38" . $1.83 $2.05 2 FOR $1.05 BOY'S SHIRTS 150 short sleeve, paids, also long sleeve knits and flannels $1.00 Thermal Shirt and Drawers ea. ... Me All Boy'i Shorts and Cut* offt $1.44 Smell Boys Shorts, siias 4 to 10, Orif. $1.00 —— Me Baseball Cap*, Orig. $1 - 44c PENCALE FASHION COLORS: pasted — pale pink, It. lilac, pastel yellow, opaline green, seafoam. twin 72"«108'.' flat or Elaita-fit Sanlori«cd bottom full BI"«I08" flat or Eloila-fil Sonforiicd bottom pillow caiei, 42"»38". 'bleached and fin'uhed $2.58 $2.78 2 FOR $1.28 NOME FURNISHINGS Thread, 40 Yd. Spools 2c each REMNANTS REDUCED 3 only — Better Spreads, Orig. $2S $15.88 PIECE GOODS Broadcloth, Gingham, Plaids and Checks 44c Yd. Fitted Mattress Pads, twin .. $3.17 full .... $4.17 Solid Color Rayon end Acrylic BUnkets, 72 x 90" $3.99 81 x 108" Cotton Sheet Blankets $1,99 72x90" Acrylic Thermal Blankets $S,99 Electric BUnkets, full site $9,99 Stamped Pillow Caiti pair $1 35 Pair Ladies Fl.t and Low Heels, Orig. $7 to $9, ONt LOW PRICE $2.18 Men's Dress and Caiual Shots, Orig. $9 «nd $19 - $4.88 S§ Pair Canvas Shoes, Boy** and Men's siies, Orig. £ end 14 -•_ II.50 t WOMEN'S Hose, Sunten — gele pair 25c 35 Better Purtes, Orifl. $4.99 _______________ S2.88 All-whit* Punet -------- S2.00 Strap Sandals, Orig. $1 66c Summer Shift* — $2.44 All Shorts and Cut Off*, , Orig. $2 to $4 ---- $1.88 Short Sleeve Cotton Rich Girl Tops, Orig. $2.98 _ $1.66 Printed brushed denim jeans _________________ _ $3.88 GIRLS & INFANTS Knit Caps and Mittens — 25c Infants Short Sleeve Pullover Shirts _________ 3 for $1 All Suntuits, Orig. $1 and $1.49 .. - ..... _____ 33e All Summer Weight Infant Pajamas --------- - $1 30 Infant Dresses, tiies to to 4 ..... $1 and $2 Stretch Denim Cut Off*, Orig. $1.50 to $1,98 88? Shorts and Matching Knit Tops ______ ..... -_... 44« ••••*)•• Printed Muslin Pillow Cases a for 81 ISO PCI. Housewares —_ SOc 2-gal. Watering Cans — SOc Clock Radio, Automatic On and Off Tuner, Orig, $19,99 114.11 •*- o '5 -5 u * o * >• V*r O « « 11

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