Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1967 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 13, 1967
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f f h f - fop, Minn, high school and Mankato Commercial college and is presently employed at an accountant for Honeywell in Minfteapotii. After a short Wedding trip In Canada, the newlyweds will be at home in Hopkini, Minn. 1A*LY PAPfll ; f, Because of thanksgiving next Thursday, the Advance Will pfiflt itg Thursday paper a day early next week and will come out late Tuesday.if* ternoon. Correspondents and advertisers afe asked to have their copy in early. Hi* Mon day Advance will be printed at its regular time. MAMIIO IN CAMPOftNf A tAHtiMAflikA^ik fi*&i, Ui*AfiAjMji »»nifiWfflP^^—- vOIr fllgp"* former Whtttemote r«*deM, WM married Oct. 28, M, South G*te, CaMxtilii it WM fetm- «d by friendi here. MILD An affirmation of baptism service wag held Sunday at Trinity Lutheran church for Anil Marie, adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Chat' strom. The Rev, Paul Sohn of?" fidated, Sponsors were Pastor and Mrs, Burton Everist, De- troit, Midi., sister nhd brother-in-law of Mrs. chalfitrom. Other relatives attended in' eluded Mrs. Lucy Chalstrom, fttherviile, paternal grand' mother, and Mr. and Mrs. George Bartlett, Mason City, maternal grandparent* ^Hv 4 •fNi ^Nfwif attended Parent ,. trat Missouri SUt* < Wtiretisbufg, Mo; their daughter Brtttd rolled •« A frwhmtn. Married at Titonka I. Portland — Janet Buffing/ ton, daughter of the no Buf- h fingtons, was married to Car-/; ,ey Remus, son of, the Ger" tt t hardt Remuses, Winthrop, •' Minn., Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in J the Titonka Methodist church. The Rev. Paul Hansen offici- ) ated at the double ring cere- / mony. , If Mrs. Jack Stransky, Omaha, 4; sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids <H were Mrs. Cecil Strehlo, Ma.• pleton, Minn., and Jane Buffington, Minneapolis. >, Roger C.•• Totman, Winth- » rop, Minn., friend of the 'groom, was best man. Grooms, s men were Robert Peters and Robert Meuller, all of Winthrop. ' .. • • ; • ••;-;. Tammy Meuller, Spencer, ;; was flower girl and Dean ' Stransky served as ringbearer ,p ; for his aunt. r Mrs. Richard Endicott, Minneapolis, was the bride's per,; sonal attendant. Ushers were Victor Kolbas- ,ke, Winthrop, Roger Buffing- Photo by OUnn's Studio. ton, Burti Roy Miller, Winthrop, and Jon Buffington, Titonka. Eldora Remus, Minneapolis, was at the guest book. A reception for 270 was served in the Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Geisking, Titonka, were dining room host and hostess. Punch was served by Bonnie Remus, Winthrop, and Ann Buffington, Omaha. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Ray Klenk, of Gibbon,: Minn:, and Mrs. Donald Buffington, Forest City. Mrs. Victor Kolbaske, Winthrop, and Mrs. Paul Heath, of Sioux City, poured. Gift attendants were Mrs. Richard Buffington, Titonka, Mrs. Wayne Westphal, Fairmont, Linda Smidt, Titonka, and Karen Bruns, Clear Lake. The bride is a graduate of .Titonka high school, Mankato Commercial college and has been employed at AEMCO Corporation of Mankato. The groom graduated from Winth- si &.' ( -P ,r-." __ ( - ,r-." ,<ff. ii- fi ' B>J | •S 1 - w ir* First came stockings. Then came Parity Hose*. Now Here's the ultimate kind of stay-up stocking, rising high on the thigh, The special stay-up top is so scrupulous it won't allow a wrinkle or sag to develop, And HIP'POSE won't ride down, You get all the beauty of a panty hose and none of the problems. It's more economical. Now you don't throw out a pair if one leg runs. And we've taken the panty away. Now you have the choice again to wear whatever you'd like, No garters, no attachments at all with new HIP-POSE, Just unbridled, unfettered femininity. Wouldn't you know we'd come up with the newest? $1,75 a pair, ."V. U '. , -V-%>V2 >v_ > —' WONDER-FULL p> WONDERFUL 501 NYLON at a WONDERFUL PRICE! THICKER PILE FOR YOUR MONEY DRINKS AND SPOTS WIPE OFF! DIRT DOESN'T STICK! Special Purchase Price, Only... NO MONEY DOWN! In this age of scientific wonders, here's the carpet that's making the headlines! It's 501 Nylon pile, combining luxurious beauty with long wear and easy care. We made a giant special purchase to make possible this low price, instead of regularly about two dollars more! And expert installation over cushiony rubberized padding is included. 501 Nylon is a homemakers dream. It's lustrous, durable, easiest cleaning — unmatched for the active family's wear. You have a choice of heavy tweed or textured patterns in a glorious rainbow of colors. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to save. Come in with measurements or call 295-2216 for carpet samples. , ->«*•- ¥.• 40 square yards will carpet the *4% ^ f± living room, dining room and en- ) J ^ U OI«J try in an average size home, lor only . . . COLORS LOCKED IN THE FIIEU! TAKES ROUGH, TOUCH WEAR lON'T FUZZ, PILL OR SHED! Call 295.2216 if You Can't Come In -and SHOP AT HOME! FURNITURE and WATSON INTERIORS Mil* " Al U "Home of Quality Since 1970"

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