Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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f HUftlSAY, AUG. H AifMt (!•»•) A.V««»-$ the ffong i New Home Builders Carpeting Spectacular 4 Fenton Joan Be)lling«r TAKE HOLD of those reins and move that merry-go-round says the young lad in the photo above. He is Tim Gatton, 3, who was one of many youngsters who found delight in the midway at the Kossuth County Fair last week. Tim is the son of the Harold Gattons, Algona. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Rock, visited at Paul EUger's Tuesday afternoon. The F. N. lindquists, Yen- tit and Marion Media, Wheat on, Minn., were weekend guests at Ervin Voettier's. The Gerhart Hantelmans attended the wedding of the Richard Stockwells at the Lutheran church, Burt Sunday. Recent guests of Mrs. Rein(hold Lalaibs and Amanda Schuttt were Vic Sohutt, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Ella Kinnetz, Mrs. Melvin Dau, William Schutt, Mrs. Francis Oliver, the Robert SChutts, Leo Kinnetzes and Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Kathy. The Henry Millers, Graett- iinger, visited Sunday evening alt Floyd Duncan's. •Monday evening picnic guests at Lloyd Sunde's for Jim Sunde who left for the army Wednesday were the Howard Bruihns, Mrs. Lester Theeafield and Dennis, Armstrong, the Clarence Theesfield Fairmont, and Carl Clausen®, Trimont. The 'Morris Mitchells, Mrs. Serena Peterson, the Albert Mitchells, Ed Mitchell, the Tom Manlys, Armstrong, and Milford Mitchells, Lone Rook', laittended the wedding of Carolyn Mioklick to Robert Norton at Oorwith Sunday. The Richard Stuckis, Ray Stoebers and Mrs. Gladys Smith and boys and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were Friday' guests at Wilfred Stoeber's. The Dr. Robert Voettelers, Kathy and Lisa, Marshalltown, spent the weekend at Ernest Votteler's. They had been vacationing at Leech Lake, Minn. Mrs. Ernest Votteier spent the last two weeks at the Vincent Votteier home at Laurent caring for Vicki and Jane Votteier while Mrs. Vincent Voettler took a summer course at the college in Storm Lake. Vicki and Jane returned with Mrs, Ernest Voettier to Fenlton Saturday and Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Voettier came Sunday and the girls returned home with them. Mrs, Ed Bruihn and Mrs. Delephine Hantebnan accompanied the Hilbert Hafrtbel- mans to New Mexico for a 3 week vacation. They vsiited the Joe Thompsons, Albuquerque, N. M., and they attended (the arts and crafts fair there. They attended the Indian ceremonies at Gallup, N. M., and visited Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman's sidter, Mrs. Ruth Rye, San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. Sunday afternoon guests at Ray Uthof's for Rodney's birthday were the Glenn 'Flints, and Edwin Uthofs, Albert Shasers and Mrs. Rex Spacer and Rexanne and Jeff. Mrs. Noah- Reisner, Lone Mr. and Mrs. Afner Olson and two children, Eau Claire, Wis., spent the weekend in Algona and visited the Glenn Rikes. Messrs. Olson and Rike were buddies during WW II and had not met for 22 years when Afner was a sergeant in Glenn's company. Tomatoes Archie McElroy, Belle Plaine, grew two large tomatoes this summer in his garden. One weighed 2 Ibs. and measured 17 by 13¥4 inches; the other was 1 Ib. 5 ounces. Grethen Houst) 1114 NO. SHORI ORIVI CLIAR LAKI, IOWA Iowa's bit of New England Invites your parties, luncheons, coffees, brunches, brt- dsl showers and dinners. Smart casual clothes, selected gifts are carefully chosen to please the discrim- Instinf. PesMeA Shew LuncKseiis •very Tkureeay. CA1VN.UTWOOO •••MVATMNS KOSSUTH FUR PURE WINNERS AEROSOL FIRE EXTINGUISHER WINNERS Robert Dodds, Algona Charles Nygaard, Wesley. Mrs. Harold Gatton, Sexton. Dale Strutliers, Algona. GRAND PRIZI, Dry Chemical Pre**wriwd, Fir* I* tinguisher. Mrs. Gordon Wegener, Algona. We wish to thank the many friends who visited our booth and we invite you all to try Pioneer Soft Water Service. BETTER WATER IS OUR BUSINESS PAUL A. JAMES PIONEER SOFT WATER SERVICE 603 South Jerome St. PH. 295-33U ALGONA, JOWA ^V^WA ^S \Sf&T™ mm Reg. $ 10 50 to Ml 00 Sq. Yard FINER BROAD LOOM CARPET YOUR CHOICE /w >><?•*'.» *sul L : <* I v SQ.YARD Installed with heevy rubber padding and tack stripping included. <n ' "V>- '* •i'n '% ROOMS LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM and HALLWAY SQ. FT. Ml . *• , ivj. \\ FREE Shop at Price Includes PADDING and COMPLETE INSTALLATION! Service PHONE 2964216 lANYTIME-DAYORNIGHf An experienced carpet representative will bring samples to your home to help you select the right color to coordinate with your furnishings. There is no charge or obligation. It's almost unbelievable! So much luxurious carpet at such a modest price to give your home long-lasting beauty and charm! This is space-dyed continuous filament nylon pile tweed of thick, resilient texture. Stain-resistant, moth and mildew proof, Hides soil and won't show footprints. Choose from 6 decorator colors NO MONEY DOWN ...Pay as Little as *1.25 AWEEK! OPEN AT 9 A,M. FURNITURE WATSON TNTERIORS CALL ALGONA

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