Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Algona young couple wed it Rochester Diana Kay Moulton, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Moulton, fcnd Kenton .Floyd Immerfall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall, were married Saturday Feb. 12, at 11 o'clock at St John's Catholic church in Rochester, Minn. Rev. Daniel R. Dernek officiated in the double ring Ceremony. She was escorted to the altar by her father. the bride was attended by her sister, Susan Moulton, as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Phyl lis Moulton, also a sister of the bride. Best man was Dale Hyman, a Hawkeye, and James Abbott was groomsman. Ushers were Gary Naylor and Bruce Sundet. A buffet dinner was served immediately following the cere mony at Holiday Inn for 35 guests. Barbara Jacobson, Ken yon, Minn., had the guest book Nancy Maxon, Clarion, serve< punch and Mrs. Fred Allen, of lotfto City, poured. In charge of the gifts were Susan Somers, Rochester, Minn., ahd Janey Zylstra, Worthington, Minn. Both the bride and groom are 19«k graduates of AHS. She is attending the Methodist Kahler school of nursing at Rochester, Minn. He is a student at Mason City Junior college. They will make their home in Mason City at 317 North Georgia Street. Lakota couple I* have "25th" Lakota — Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Koppen of Lakota will observe their 25th wedding anniversary with open house at their home Sunday, Feb. 27, from 2 to 5 p.m. Friends and relatives are cordially invited. No written invitations are being sent. Sponsoring the event are their two children, Linda (Mrs. Joe Nydegger) of Kensett and Dale, of Mankato, Minn. TO CONVENTION John Shaw, manager of the Penney store here, will be in Colorado Springs, Colo., March 10 and 11 to attend a company convention meeting. Mrs. Shaw will travel with her husband. I-ALOONA (low*) AOVANCt THURSDAY, «B. 17, 1M* OF DISCONTINUED QUILTED PATTERNS SAVE '20 ON A MATCHED Dianna Rentz married DIANNA LYNN RENTZ, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz, and Duane William. Hannover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hannover, Whittemore, were married Saturday, Feb. 13, at the First Presbyterian church in Algona. Rev. Walter Morz officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Julie Thompson, Shakopee, Minn, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were her sister, Susan Rentz, and Inez Hannover, sister of the groom. Larry Ramus, Lone Rock, was the best man. Groomsmen were Dale Hannover, brother of the groom, and Carol Sabin. Charles Thompson, Lone Rock and Donald Frideres were ush ers. Harold Angus was solois with Mrs. Richard Mawdsley a organist. A reception for 175 guests was held in the church parlor following the ceremony. Sail; Scobba had the guest book. Mrs Dale Wegener served punch and Photo by Poundstont. Mrs. J. R. Thompson, Burt, poured. Mrs. Eugene Thompson, of Lone Rock, and Mrs. John F. Thompson, Minneapolis, Minn., cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. William Finn were hosts. Valora Kue^ck and Mary Willrett were waitresses. In charge of the gifts were Mrs. James Schmidt and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt, both from Lone Rock. Wayne Rentz, brother of the bride, was the gift carrier. Out of town guests came from Minneapolis, Minn., Mason City, Long Beach, Calif., Emmetsburg, Feniton, Swea City, Whittemore, Lone Rock, and Burt. After a two weeks honeymoon through the South they will live on a farm north of Whittemore. The bride is a 1964 graduate of AHS, attended Emmetsburg Junior College, and is employed at Gamble's in Algona. He attended Sentral high school and is engaged in farming. CURTAIN AND DRAPE SALE Our Biggest clean-up in many years in our Curtain Department. This is • a Special Early Spring Sale on Panels, Tier Styles, Valances, Ruffled ; Tie-Backs and Ready Made Drapes. Prices drastically slashed for quick clearance. Quantities limited on certain styles. Don't miss this! Sale begins Thursday, Feb. 17 Prices fron 98c to V i "Serving Kossuth County Since 1870" A rare chance to own a fine, quilted Ostermoor mattress featuring extra firm construction, complete inner-tufting. Ostermoor has reduced the price on this regular line item to make way for new fabric designs. We are passing this saving on to you by offering this value at only $, 150 (Matching Box Spring Same Price) Be the proud owner of this fine quality medium firm Ostermoor quilted mattress that has all of the regular Ostermoor features but is reduced in price to make room for this year's new covers. 59 50 (Matching Box Spring Same Price) *•» "SMOOTH TOP" MATTRESS $39 50 A WIDE SELECTION OF THESE SUPERB MATTRESSES CAN BE SEEN IN OUR "SLEEP SHOP," WE INVITE YOU IN TO SEE WHY IT COSTS NO MORE FOR AN OSTERMOOR THESE VALUE PACKED FEATURES ARE YOUR GUIDE TO THE REAL WORTH OF Oitermoo UNIFORM BODY SUPPORT individual coil action NO SPRING FEEL quilted cotton insulating protection pad* SIT'PROOF SAGLESS EDGES reinforced edge construction TRIM, SMART APPEARANCE —ALWAYS heavy padding and cloth inner retaining wall EASY-REACH, EASY-GRIP HANDLES properly spaced and riveted — rust-proof EXTRA COMFORT, LONG WEAR UPHOLSTERY specially processed elastic cotton IDEAL VENTILATION OF MATTRESS screened air openings ASSURANCE OF A GENUINE OSTERMOOR reinforced name tape binding BUILT — NOT STUFFED custom made, to prevent center sag '

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