Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1967
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•LOCALS Mr, and Mrt. Harold stedt are vacationing at Godden cottage on Haywarfl • Bay. Dr. and Mrs. James Me* Leran and son are there also. Mrs. McLeran is the former Virginia Fristedt. Rev. and Mri. George M* wabauer have moved here, coming from Hooper, Nebr., and are living at 509 North Church street. Rev. Schwabauer is a retired Methodist minister serving pastorates in Nebraska. They are parents of Mary Schwabauer, who has taught first grade in the locals schools for a number of years, presently at Lucia Wallace. Mr. and Mrt. Harry Ward are being visited by their son- in-law and daughter Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. James Cox and son Cody, of Atlanta, Ga. The Ray Bilsboroughs and two daughters spend some time with them and Mr. and Mrs. Kendell Ward are expected from Des Moines for the weekend. Mrs. Bilsborough is the former Patty Ward, sister of Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morck, of Boulder, Colo., are visiting with his parents, the Carl Morcks Sr., who are home from their lake home at Rapidan. They will visit with other relatives and friends. They are well known former Algon- ians. Mr. and Mn. V. L. Gunder have had as guests the latter's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hirth and six children, of Tampa, Fla. Another guest who is here now is a friend of Mrs. Gun- Class of 7957 holds reunion here ' * sister Audrey Ffye were visited one day J*st wwk by th*»f CdUiifts Mf. itid Mts. William iWduanLpf Witt* toti Salem, N. C. they were enfoute home from a vacation at Yellowstone national park, Mr, •fid Mri,iff* **•*[• have received word, of the birth August 1 of a girl who has been named Amy Jo to their son^n-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erpeld' ing, of Lexington, Nebr. This makes them a family of six girls and one boy. MMfM (Iowa) TtO . THutOAY, AUG. 10, 1W7 Nicki Clark, Mn ofthe Ho* nief Clarks, arrived here Wednesday from Charleston, N. C Where) he is stationed with the navy. Me Will visit his parents and brothers here a few days and then go to Milwaukee, Wis., where He will be married on August id. Mr. and Mr** Don Trupke vacationed at Vacation Village on West Okoboji Lake through Aug. 6. ' 1 SEE WHAT'S NEW SHOWN ARE THE members of the Algona high school Class of 1957 who held a reunion Saturday evening at the Algona Country Club. Serving as master of ceremonies for the program was Larry Hudson. From left to right they are, seated, Judy Rieken Galbraith, Des Moines; Glendora Patton Margrave, Marion; Maribel Kain, Denver, Colo.; Marlys Long Bjustrom, Whittemore; Marvel Hanson Culbertson, Lone Rock; Judy Dahihauser Umbrell, Spencer; Jean Kuecker Gerdis, Titonka; Delores Thompson Johnson, Algona. Standing, Robert Hardy, Minot, N. Dak.; Fred Strahorn, Iowa Falls; Vernon Reisner, Estherville; David Erickson, Algona; Roger Hanson, Ames; Keith Col well, Iowa City; Truman Shackelford, Algona; Molly Sullivan MacDonald, Algona; Edith Christiansen Julius, Ellsworth, Minn.; and Larry Hudson, Des Moines. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. cler, Mrs. George La Plante, of Chicago. Mrs. Dixie Bennett was visited over the weekend by her brother-in-law and sister Mr. an( j Mrs. Charles Hochstetler, of Ames. Mf§ Marie Co | we ||', , O n recenUy received his B. S decree at the Iowa State is the former Connie Munger. the parental Beecher Lane s University and will now work «-- ---• ««-»—•. «...:. *„;„ w^ Th* cirls will re- on his Master's degree. He is _.._ „, a bacteriolgy major. His-wife Lake, Minn., are visiting at Mrs. Fred Wiebusch, Suiit this week. The girls will re- and Nancy, of White Bear main for a second week. Mrs. Ann Harvey ond her LONG GREEN LINE « THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR AUGUST 15 thru 18 DON'T FORGET THE BIG FREE BEEF BARBECUE THURSDAY NIGHT, AUG. 17 ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE "Your Farm Equipment Supor Markot" East of Algona on Highway 18 •w J The curtain comes up on another season at the Chrischilles Store in Algona. And as the curtain reaches the top a huge selection of ladies apparel is seen on the quiet restful second floor .... EVERYTHING that milady wants to see in fashion for the coming months. Shop where you KNOW you are getting finest QUALITY at the price you wish to pay*. ... fS> There never was a season when suits and suit-dresses rave boon more popular. Soo a wide selection here in wool knits, wool fabrics, and orlon knits for those who can't wear wool. A complete collection of fashion suits in sizes to 20. Coat*. The Chrischilles Store if famous for the largest selection of coat* anywhere. At every price to S3QO.OO. As low as $20.00. Fur-trimmed stylos .. . untrimmed stylos, suburban coats, rain-or-»hine coats, junior dress coats, and fashion coots. You can find your now winter coat here . . . again at just the price you wish to pay. Dresses at every price ... in every sue ... in every fabric ... and til the latest stylos • • • daytime dretso*, knit dress costumes, sleeveless occasion styles, and evening dresses- A complete selection of ovor 1000 drosses. "Home of Quality Since

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