Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1966
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*•*, •y 2-ALGONA (law.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1966 Taffy pull is held by Burt Mariners club Burt — The Mariners Club met Feb. 6 in the Presbyterian church with nine couples present. Hosts were the Roscoe Mawdsleys Jr. Devotions were by the Frank Beckers. The program was social obligations of the Christian by the Larry Moldings. Entertainment was popcorn and a taffy pull with four flavors of taffy, black walnut, maple, orange and brown sugar. A birthday gift of money Was sent to the Korean orphan.- Alt) BAKE SALE Aid met Feb. 3 at St. John's Lutheran church. Hostesses were Eunice Meyer, Barbara Pannkuk, Lana Trunkhill. Devotions were by" Bible Study of Amps and the topic by Mrs. Edward Bruhn. Eunice Meyer gave a report on plans for the Mis- sion Fair in .Tune:'The'Aid will have a bake sale at the Cunningham Tea Room Saturday. Group V is in charge of a Lenten coffee. GOES TO HAWAII Art Phillips left Feb. 9 on a three weeks trip by bus to Fort Dodge to Chicago and will join a tour group at Galesburg, 111., and then to California and the Hawaiian Islands. This is the/ third tour he has taken. DATE BAKE SALE Eighth grade pupils of Burt school will have a Valentine bake sale Saturday from 10 a.m. I I 1 i FEBRUARY 13-19 EXCITING FOR SPRING Hair styles to become you ... we know so many! Get set for compliments and savings. FRIDAY NIGHT • 'UNTIL 9! unfit all baked goods are sold Tehurch has postponed the bake at Mitchells electric store. Lefie McMulle'n and Lurena Sodefbefg served lunch to those attending extended sessions' < af-' ter school Wednesday at the Burt Methodist church. Guests Feb. 6 at Donald, pit- chell's for his birthday 'were Monday Permanent Special!! Regular $10 Sheakleys Beauty Salon Afcrfpj.tfwii'* 1 *** .<, • ••* \£&.. ^.IJKJSSS •««*•*• •-« s N ~,s<^sas!g^as' M.L 5-3477 -"ALGONA^' I CALL 5-3477 •4--H-+4--H~t-^4-+^+++4"H-H"l"H"t-+4"H"H"H"t--I"l"I"l"l"I I 1 1-t- i Janet and Judith Mitchell, ,^ Norlyn Boyd, Iowa City; the Norman Mitchells and, Keith Mitchells, Des Moines. ' Good Will truck from Sioux City will be in Burt March 6. Leave filled bags at the Methodist church basement. Empty bags will be found there if needed. The George Beckers visited Feb. 6 in Clear Lake at John Biskra's. . ^ Mrs. Burnadene Opheim and Dawn will accompany the John Spears to Iowa City Feb. 9. Dawn will report for a checkup and Mr. Spear will be there several days for x-rays. Mrs. Opheim and Dawn will return by ambulance. Guests Feb. 6 at Walter Steward's were Perry Steward, Montezuma, Shirley Ryan, Williamsburg, and Mrs. Ray Miller, Joyce and Daryle, Esthervillei The Walter Stewards went to Mason City Monday. Mrs. Stety- ard had an appointment with an, eye specialist. , . ; , The G. H. McMulleris were guests Feb. 6 at Jack McMullen's, North wood. The A. C. Hinckleys'spjent the weekend in Sioux City with relatives. Birthday Circle will .meet Feb. 10 at Mrs. Lawrence Doege's. LWML Day of Prayer .service will be held Feb. 25 at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. Mrs/ E. E. Bauer, Taconta', Wash., came Tuesday to stay with her mother, Mrs. Helen Weiske, who has been ill several weeks, Mrs. Bauer is 4 ythe former Luella Weiske. Guests Sunday at Myrae Zwiefel's were the Cecil ' holders, Mrs. Ronald Householder and Renee, Welcome, Minn. Mrs. Dennis Cook, Fairmont, and the Jake Smiths. The Gary Zwiefels were guests Sunday at Myrtle Zwiefel's. The Carl Reynolds were guests Friday at Terry Struec- ker's, Rutland. Guests Feb. 6 at Alvin Baumgard's were the Jerry Gubbels and daughter Lisa, Fort Dodge. The Alvin Baumgards and Joyce were guests 4 at Otto Ja- PH, LuV«J»ie, Jttttxhiy Fortnightly club will meel Feb. 11 at Elva Boettcher's. Aid of St. John's Lutheran sale dated for iFeb. 12 until a later date because of a conflict. The Wallace ! llawcotts attended the 6:30 dintler and postal meeting at Treloars, Fort Dodge, Feb. 7. Mrs. Kenneth 'Sarchet is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Al- gdtta, since last \Friday. Duane Hinckley is a patient in the Emmetsbu'rg hospital. Two cars collided Saturday night near there and he was injured. The public library will be open Wednesday afternoons instead of Tuesday afternoons. Dr. Strohman and*Joyce Hayden conducted a dental clinic at 11 a.m. Feb. 8 at Burt school for the 3rd grade. \ County Council meeting was at Burt school Feb. 9 with a dessert luncheon in the 1 school lunch room. The State Conference, principals meeting was Feb. 9 with dinner at the Cunningham Cafe. Kossuth hot lunch cooks have a. meeting at 2 p.m. Feb. 9 at WINS AWARD PLAQUE 1 Andrew D.-Crawford, general agent for Life^ Investors in Al- goha,;\>was awarded a club plaque ; for production during 1965 at the company's awards 'banquet held earlier this month in Cedar Rapids. Hospital staff LINDA Boettcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Boettcher of Lakota, has accepted a position on the staff of St. Mary's hospital in Minneapolis as secretary to the director of personnel. Linda is a recent graduate of the Professional Business Institute of Minneapolis. SPEAKS TO CEAGUE Mary Hays, Peace Corps Volunteer recently returned from West Pakistan, showed some slides and spoke to the League of Women Voters Tuesday.. The w45 Sf thfe^ome Mfi tSSnief Walter arid* the evening Session was held at Jim Andfeasehs. Hose Marie H.oye, did daughter of Mr. and s, Tom Hoye, Storm Lake, fifsi place in the state VFW Voice of Democracy" contest. Ul cAltbrfttt b«auty Salon Week. Come in for your shampoo, hair set or mankure. &WI'*^^^' a '^>v5|=gSi EXdTIN<f% Pm& TUESDAYS ONLY ANN BAAS & IRENE BUSCHERFELD, Operators IRENE: WALDRON, Manager 110 N. Moore Phone 295-7190 February 13-19 LOOK YOUR PRETTIEST This week, Feb. 13 -19, is National Beauty Salon Week — arid what better time to make an appointment with your favorite hairdresser. During these cold, wintry days, there is no better way to brighten your day — and your husband's too — than a trip to the beauty shop. Celebrate National Beauty Salon Week with a new hairdo! Veronica's Beauty Shop 8'/2 N. Dodge 295-2163 Ginger's Beauty Salon VIRGINIA KREBSBACH, Owner 701 E. Oak 295-2206 Fran's Beautyrama Complete Beauty Care 995-3439 404 So. Phillips Algona Modernistic BEAUTY SHOPPE Valeria Briggs, Owner 501 So. Podge 295-5492 Elva s Beauty Shop 312 Overmeyer Drive 295-5289 Final 10 Days of Read's Stock Liquidation Sale IMMMMMMMMMMIIMIMMMMMMMMMMMWIMI SAVI UP TO 70% These items are fresh and of top quality as usual at Read's. A few examples arc listed. MMMMMMMI FLEXSTEEL SOFA HIGH-BACK ROCKERS END & COFFEE TABLES SEALY MATTRESS ODD BOX SPRINGS SCATTER RUGS TABLE LAMPS DINING ROOM SUITE BEDROOM SUITE BEDROOM SUITE 5 - PIECE DINETTES Regular $249.00 $ Regular $79.95 158.88 64.88 Values to $69.95 FULL SIZE Reg. $49 & $59 Reg. $49 & $59 $ 38.88 29.88 6 • Piece Oiled Walnut Reg. $599 3 - Piece Walnut Reg. $239 White - 3 PC, Provincial Reg. $319,95 $ $ Reg. $102.88 12.88 399.88 158.88 238.88 58.88 Shop the Va-price tables for accessories Read's Furniture & Carpeting ALGONA

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