Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1966
Page 9
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Aiqono Hottuth County THURSDAY, JAN, 13, 1946 ~ ALOONA, IOWA Leaves soon for Viet Nam as a copter pilot Lone Rock — The Rodney Priebes and Rodney and Att drey, after spending about 2Mn weeks with friends and relatives, left Saturday for Chicago to visit her parents ant where she and children wil live for the time being. Rodney has to leave from San Francis co Jan. 24 for Viet Nam as a helicopter pilot. COME FOR FUNERAL Out of town friends and rel atives who were here for the funeral of Mrs. Thursday were Christensons, Belgrade, Minn. Mrs. Lydia Lind, Mary Hanson Elmer Johnson and Erick An derson, Cowrie, E. J. Parks Mrs. Chester Mickelson, Lehigh Mrs. Howard Rankin, Dayton the Paul Mabees, Story City Janet Johnson, Des Moines, th Andy Petersons, Galva, Russell Krueger, Orville Krueger and the Ohas. Bakers, Willmar, Minn., Eileen Kelly, Loretta Kelly and Mrs. Sara Schade and Jim Schade, Omaha, Mrs. Mamie Fitzpatrick, the Wm. Browns, Graettinger, Albert Krueger and daughter Mrs. Lloyd Buland, Fairmont, Minn., the Ed Blumers, Ambrose Lick- teigs, Algona, George Manuses, Burt, Mary McMahon, Sexton, and Mrs. Louise Godden, Lompoc, Calif. fiends of Kermit Chase, fof- ner superintendent of the eneca, Lone Rock, and Fenton choote during the consolidation teriod, of the sudden death of itrs. Chase at their home at He- mit, Calif. Mrs. Chase was to be buried at Arlington, Iowa. Brian Looft, son of the Da vid Loofts, had as guests for his third birthday Sunday his jrandparents, the Glen Hoppes, Truman, and Marvin Hoppes, tladelia, Milford Hoppes, Lake Crystal, Freeman Hoppes, St James, and the Robert Thates, Ceyon. Vernon Wilberg, in the air corps, has completed basic trai ning at Lakeland air base, and had a few days with his parent: before reporting for future as signment. The Paul Bernhards were New Years guests of his par Chas. Morri ents, the Maurice Bernhards the Ronald Bancroft. The Bill and Mark Bernhards were Christmas Ev guests at the parental Maurice Jernhard's. Recent guests of the Phil Bernhards included his parents, he Maurice Bernhards, Ban- :roft, the Ray Wolfs and Albert Klien. Shirley Ohnemus and Margari Bierstedt have completed a >usiness course at Hamilton ollege at Mason City. Margaret returned home but Shirley will spend a few more days in Mason City. The Jerry Englands, Tulsa, Okla., spent Tuesday to Satur day visiting his parents, the Lyle Englands. Jerry who has been stationed in Germany was in the states for a brief stay and will leave again for Germa ny in a few days. Mrs. C. O. Bailey became il at her home at Seneca Satur day and that night was taken to an Emmetsburg hospital by ambulance where she is having x-rays and tests. CHURCH MEETING HELD A large crowd attended the pot luck dinner after church Sunday at the Presbyterian church and at the annual meeting which was held at 1:30 p.m following the dinner. Two el ders, LeRoy Bras and A. A Krueger, were elected, and two trustees were elected, Art Per son .and Jesse Blanehard. Fi nancial reports of the various organizations of the church were also read. U.P.W. will meet this Thurs day instead of last Thursday a it was postponed because o the funeral of Mrs. Chas. Mor ris. Mrs. Jack Johnson has returned home to Cowrie and to teaching after spending a week here during the last illness and death of her mother, Mrs. Chas. Morris. Ruth Krueger will keep house for Mr. Morris. Thomas Geitzenauer, son of the Lorenz Geitzenauers, who is in service, was home for the holidays and returned last Sunday to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., where he is attending an eight weeks school. Sunday guests at Lorenz Geitzenauer's were her mother, Mrs. C. J. Stauder, Bancroft, an aunt, Mrs. A. L. O'Neil, and a great aunt, Mrs. Anna McGuire, both of Spencer. The W. J. Cottons left Monday for St. Petersburg, Fla. where they will be for two months. Seneca group gives shower for bride-to-be Seneca — Jolleen Mueller bride-elect of James Bergum, was given a miscellaneous shower Saturday at the Seneca Lutheran church. Guests were registered by Audrey Bergum, Corsages were presented to the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Roy Mueller, the groom's mother, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, the bride's sister, Marlys Mueller, groom's sister, Janice, and the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Iver Bergum. Mrs. Ted Jensen announced the program. Devotions were by Mrs. Curtis Olsen. Jill Jensen and Audrey Bergum sang accompanied by Mrs. John Johannesen. Mrs. Henry Looft gave reading and Renee Votteler closed the program with a solo. Helping open gifts were her fiance, Jim Bergum, and Audrey Bergum. Mrs. Lloyd Eiohenberger, an aunt of the groom poured. Hostesses were the members the Seneca Lutheran, Church women. James Bergum and Jolleen Mueller will be married Jan. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton, MRS. CHASE DIES Word has been received by SAVE NOW! ACTUAL 2.29 and $3 SLACKS :* 177 BIG SISTER SIZES 1 Special purchase of girls' slacks — originally 2.29 corduroys and cotton knits and S3 helenca stretch. Sizes 7 to 14 in solid colors. Hurry in and save! EXTRA! ACTUAL $2 TEE SHIRTS FOR BIG SISTER I 57 Special Purchase! Cotton shirts. Long sleeves. Assorted patterns and solids. 7 to 14. knit tee OUT THEY GO! WOMEN'S FASHION SHOES ALL FROM REGULAR STOCK! ALL DRASTICALLY REDUCED! NOW! Sensational savings! These are all shoes from our regular stock — including such famous names as Tiffany and Fashion Flair! Mostly dress styles, some sport shoes. Hurry! BE mi WHEN DOORS OPEN TOMORROW JANUARY SALE IN ALGONA Plastic Coated PLAYING CARDS SHEER SCARFS PLASTIC STORAGE BOX FREE WITH 2 DECKS Assorted Boxed Stationery Ladies Gabardine STRETCH PANTS Scented L Flower Sizes 10-20 ASSORTED 1 COLORS '2.97 HYTOME. " 300 300 COUNT NOTEBOOK FILLER, PAPER HEM-STITCHED Pillow Cases $* 27. I • Crimp Nylon Ombre Flocked Solid Colors Prints Long Jlblid Colors Ladies APRONS •a 1 Bib Aprons Nylon Hal! Cotton Print & Polished Cotton Half Apron Dacron or Cotton with Fancy Trims YOURCHOICEL Ladies Mesh /NYLON HOSE. Color Stamped Reg. $1.98 pr. Your Choice of 12 patterns Wide Line • Narrow Line • College Rule Whitman PUZZLE ASSORTMENT 24 TITLES Boxed Envelopes Plain 100 Count With Return 80 Count V'i^ S^S Throw Pillows 77' Sizes SVa to 11 Honey Beige or Nassau Made By Cannon Mills 15" Size Stripe Fabrio Ballerina Lounging Slippers -' J 130 RUG "BONANZA" 30"x50" Hi-Lo Cotton Loop $187 ^ CAMPUS HOSE 47° Aw't. Style* & Color* Sizes 8 to 9% And 9 to 11 12"x5'/ 2 "xlO" Metal FILE BOX Reg. $1.49 Size JERGEN'S LOTION WITH FREE DISPENSER $ 1.97 File All Your Valuable Papers 1 FREE Dispenser Ul SAVE 50c •frl %i Naturflex GIRDLES $ 1.57 Sizes S-M-L-XL Oak Park Assorted CHOCOLATES \ PLASTIC ASSORTED •'/*• I ft * -V •- >u.v. #./•/ nuwoicl TOWElSAU! . mfr'i'J^^ -- '- • '' !••• Bath Towels 54' Hlue — Pink — Mocha Same colors as bath towels PILLOWS Printed Terry KITCHEN TOWELS ^ 3 f «97 Hand Towels 34 ( Fern Green — Yellow Wash Clolhs 21 e Dish Cloths . 6 for 47e Laundry Basket 15 Quart Rect. Waste Basket 14 Quart Round Waste Basket 12 Qt. Pour Spout Pail • t • 15 Qt. Deep ReCt. Dish Pan COLORS! Sand Turquoise Yellow 100* CHOICE Jff iltti Your Choice lOWEST PRIC5 EYIR

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