Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1966
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THURSDAY, JAN. 6, AL66NA (lowi) A5VANCE-4 ' o be called MMhcdiste, a flattie and Kathy have retuifced from ,vhich has beeti used all these a holiday visit atLovelafid, Colo. with Mf- and Mrs. William Alf Mrs, Rhoda B«naf ha* hid a wire from Jack Kain of Calk forma saying his mother Mrs. Lottie Kain was killed in an aU' to accident last week Monday. Funeral services were to be held Thursday and burial at Forest Lawn, Cypress, Calif. She is a former well known Algerian, widow of Dr. Will Kain, who practiced here many years ago. They built the house rtttw owned by the McCulloughs. There was also a son William, but details on the family afe vague. Mrs. Kain was the former Lottie Anderson who taught music in the school here. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Rle- del and their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wolf of Bancroft were supper guests of the W. H. Riedels at Burt last week Tuesday. A fam ily supper was also held at Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis' Sunday. Mrs. Fred Will was visited « few days last week by her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wallburg, of Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Don Price and children of Sioux City have been guests of Mrs. Mildred Putz, Mr. and Mrs. 'A. L. Roch- leau and Mr. and Mrs. James Will. Mrs. Mary Flaig was visited over the holidays by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Flaig, of Pleasantville. Mrs. Olga Jordon had as holiday guests her son John Jordon and family of Minneapolis, Minn., who were also guests of Ellen and Alma Carlson. Mrs. Melvin Elbert of Whittemore, who is an employee at the Good Samaritan home, has been on vacation the past two weeks while her son Terry Behlmer and family were here from Westminster, Calif. Terry is aeronautical engineer with Douglas Aircraft. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison will be home this week from St. Helen, Ore. where they spenl the holidays with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Norman Newton and family. Charles Streit returned last week to the university at low City after a holiday visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mat thew Streit. He stopped in Des Homes for a visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan, and also at Cedar Ra< pids with his brother, Michael and family. Mr. and Mrs, Matthew Streil have had as recent guests the Milton W. M. Moflings, of Env metsbtirg. Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Burnt ti- turned Monday from Des Moines where the for met wad at the Veterans hospital several days fbr treatments. Me is much improved. Mr*, Jean Lighter and dauglv te'f Ann have returned td Estherville where the former teaches. They spent their holiday va cation in their home and also With Mrs. Lighter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ringgenberg Ann recently won the Grand Prize for her Book Week Post er, competing With 7, 8, and 9th graders. She has also been chosen Room Counselor. Jean and Joyce Kunkel, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Kunkel, were given a Surprise party on their seventeenth birth day Tuesday, December 28 Guests were Mary Ann Ostwin- kle, Dianne Reefer, Joan Kun« tel, Renee Young, and Evonne Mahs and Karen Seeley of Whitemore, Denny Laabs, Craig fensen, Duane De Sart, and Tom Yager. The evening was •ipent at parlor games and refreshments were served. Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick spent ;he weekend at Minneapolis, Minn. With friends. She was vis- ted from Friday till Sunday last week by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Eraser of Minneapolis, who also visited with Lewis' mother, Mrs. Mildred Fraser. Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick was visited Sunday, Dec. 26 by her brother, Herman Jaskulke of Grenada, Minn, and a niece and daughters Jane, Arleen and Janice of Fairmont, Minn. Other guests for a holiday dinner at her home at another time were Sherry Read married SHERRY ANN READ> daugh-,Club. Mrs. Edward Schroeder, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Minneapolis, Minn., had .the Read, Algona, and Lee Charles guest book. Mrs. Jerry Christian, Lawson, son of Charles Lawson, Radcliffe, cut the cake and Judv Boone, were married in the First Peterson, of Belle Plaine, served Methodist church in a candle- punch. Sheila Keilly, Belle Pla- light service at 7:30 p.m. Dec. ine, and Linda Nelson, Downers 29. Rev. Newton Coughenour Grove, 111., poured, performed the double ring cere- Mr. and Mrs. Charles She^k- mony with 180 guests present, ley were host and hostess. Gifts The bride was attended by her were opened by Carol Degnes Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bierstedt, Mrs. Mildred Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leek, Mr. and Mrs. James Baker, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Faulstick. She also had a phone call from her son Wilfred, of Oakland, Calif. Sunday, January 2, was Methodist Heritage day, the two hundred years of Methodist history will be observed in Methodist churches during 1966. Me thodism began in Oxford uni- ister, Mrs. vernon ivoenn, vic- or, as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were twin sisters of the *room. Colleen and Eileen Lawson of Boone. Best man was John Capps, of [owa City; Eugene Wittkopf, Algona, and Richard Martin. Cedar Rapids, were groomsmen. Michael Fleming. Boone, Craig Woodward, Mason City, Michael Lacey, Ames, arid Stephen Miller, Algona, were the ushers. Candlelighters were Stephan and Stephanie Koehn, Victor. Mary Beth Green, Belle Plaine, was the soloist accompanied by Mrs. N. Coughenour at the organ. A reception for 130 guests was held at the Algona Country versity in England, Charles Wesley, John Wesley and George Whitefield starting the aim \jviiy umvy. uum u«. .ut«»^ Plaine. Out of town guests came from Iowa City, Belle Plaine, Victor, Mason City, Boone, Radcliffe, Minneapolis, Minn., Downers Grove, 111., Cedar Rapids, and Ames. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and the University of Iowa. She teaches Junior High English in the Belle Plaine schools. He is a graduate of the Boone high school and is a senior at the University of Iowa. The Lawsons were former Algonans. The couple are living at 807 Fourteenth Street in Belle Pla ine. Photo by Poundstone. movement for spiritual and intellectual improvement. Their systematic habits caused them Mr, and Met, Oliver Mithlon a few d«y§ at Minneapolis. Mintt. l««t Week with their relatives,. Mf, and Mrl Don Clasen and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mathson. Adrian Sterling was taken to St. Ann hospital last week Men- lay having suffered a wild leart attack, it was expected e would be released in a few lays. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Bennetts were visited over the Christmas holiday by their son, Sgt. Larry, who is in service and stationed at Fort Riley, Kans. He was accompanied by a friend Linda Cook, of Donaldson. It was erroneously reported that Mrs. John Helmers had entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. She was taken sick While there oh a holiday visit with her family at the Virgil Wi.'schusens but is now at home again. Richard Moe went to Fort Dodge Sunday to meet his mother, Mrs. Frances Moe, who had been spending a few weeks *&l Anderson, Calif, with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ganyan, and at Omaha, Neb. with another son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Munger, and at Sioux City she visited with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Stein. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth attended the funeral services Friday at West Bend for A. K. Shaw, brother-in-law of Mrs. Roth, who died at the Emmetsburg hospital December 28. He was eighty-one and had been in poor health for some time. MrS. Milton Dahl was visited >y her daughter, Mrs. Merle Pratt and family, of Pella Christmas and returned with hem for a visit till after New Years. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johann sen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk, VIr. and Mrs. John Weber, Mr and Mrs. Alvin Weber and Mrs Esther Helberg celebrated New Year's Eve by dining at Van's From there they went to the Lynk's for the evening and a midnight Mrs. Lynk served ligh refreshments. The time was spent socially. Mrs. Daisy Cook was brough home recently from Delavan Minn, by her son-in-law am daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harol Walker. They also visited witl Mr. Walker's sister, Mrs. Ro Bjustrom. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruisma ben. Mr. and Mfi< M. L, Vender- Waal Spent Christmas and a few days at Kaftkake^ ffl., Wiitt son Lee drtd :" " k * *i I I hat's the sum we contributed to Iowa's economy last year.-— and here's where it went: AS EMPLOYER, in wage payments to 6,700 men and women. AS BUYER, for motor vehicles, tires,'gasoline, oil, fuel, printing, furniture, typewriters, office supplies and scores of other things. AS BUILDER, for building materials-^brick, cement, lumber — and in providing jobs and income for bricklayers, steelworkers, plasterers, carpenters, electricians, plumbers and many other lowans who Work for our contractors and suppliers. AS CITIZEN, in state and local taxes for schools, roads and other civic improvements. In addition, we paid dividends and interests to thousands of lowans who put their savings in the business. Your telephone company plays a big part in the progress and prosperity of Iowa. NORTHWESTERN BELL IN IOWA BWWBBBBBBS^^ ALGONA ALGONA JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Starts Thursday, January 6th Ends Saturday, January 15 All Merchandise Re-marked For SAVINGS "50% AND MORE Reg. 7.98 to 17.98 Reg. 19.98 to 75.00 LADIES DRESSES NOW 3" to 10" NOW 11" to 44" PURSES REG. 4.M TO I7.M Now 2,49 lo 8J9 JEWELRY REG. $1 TO $4 Now 49c lo 1.99 LADIES WINTER COATS Entire Stock Fur Trimmed — Untrimmed — Car Coats NOW 17" to 39" NOW 42" to 89" Reg. 29.98 to 65.00 Reg. 69.98 to 145.00 Reg. 6.98 to 9.98 Reg. 10.98 to 74.98 SWEATERS _ WOOLS — FUR BLEND — ORLONS .U'" 1 * i NOW 3" to 5" NOW 6" to 14" MILLINERY REG. 4.95 TO 14.95 Now 1.M to 5.99 SKIRTS Entire Stock of Wool Skirts REG. 7.98 TO 14.98 Now 3i99 (o 8*99 SPORTSWEAR Entire Stock of Co-ordinated PRICED TO CLEAR HOSIERY VAN RAALTE REG. 1.50 & 2.00 CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT On 2nd FLOOR 3 to 6* Reg. 2.98 to 10.98 GIRLS DRESSES NOW I 4 ' to 6" BOYS • GIRLS COATS NOW 6" to 18" 2 to 6x Rig. 12.98 to 35.00 BOYS and Girls Sweaters INFANT —TODDLERS —3 to 6x —7 to 14 NOW I 4 ' to 6" Reg. 2.98 to 10.98 FORMAIS Up to % Price INFANT ft TODDLER NMP ** !»••»• PRICE INFANT ft TODDLER fy to «/« Price BOYS ft GIRLS SPORTSWEAR Up to V 2 Price GIRLS ft BOYS SPORTSWEAR Priced to Clear SKIRTS Priced to Clear

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