Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 2
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ahd Sunday guests at':Mf.*hd MfrS. Bill Naylor's town. be'fos tirothfer Mr. artd Mrs. Dale Vittd girts from Marshall^hey Mil all Attend a - Sunday iri Britt of a tif the men who is from Masdri'Ciiy. The son* of Mr. and Mr*. David HilbMi, John Joseph, born Feto! 9 at l>t. Ann's, was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City ott jfteb. 10. He had stir- gefy tiiat daV but tip report will be*f&ieivid ! tw, another week as to ? \vK i»"' 4 stirgefy is ne- (Miitef Smith recently returned front Marshalltown where he attenVded an agency manager's seminar for Farm Bureau Insurance. Mrs. Leonard laa«, of West Bend, visited Celiat Deal...Thurs- day. Me. and Mrs. Ted Herbtt leff Thursday morning for Biiorti, Miss., for a week. They boarded a jet at Des Moines. Rose Stebritz is staying with, the girls. The Herb Hedlunds m6ved in* t6 their new home on East McGregor street last Saturday. Mr. ahd Mrs. Scott Monroe, Moline, 111., moved iftto the home formerly occupied by the Hedlunds. Bruce Sundef Wa» home from LUther c611ege\in Decorah over the weekend after the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Immerfall in Rochester which he attended. Mrs. Glenn Jones had surgerV on her back Wednesday at Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines. Her room number is 618. PEO met at Mrs. Lloyd Robinson's Wednesday night with Mrs. Glenn_ Seger assisting. 5-ALGONA (low.) ADVANCE MONDAY, «6 21, There' were 2^ plfesen't. The Harold Sundets returned after 16 days" front a trip to Me*- ico City. Mr\ Sundet wdn the trip from MidWest Life Ins. Co. They went by car to San Antonio, Texas, and entrained from there to Mexico City. The return trip to San Antonio was by plane. , , Gary Naylor was home Friday .0 spend the weekend With his parents. He will returfl to Simpson at Indianola Sufidsy. Butch Strayer went to Om*ha, Neb. Wednesday to meet his brother, Dick Strayer, Amarillo, Texas, and his aunt, Mrs. Cloiie Tripp, Beloit, Kansas, at the air- p6rt. They attended the.fuiieral of William Zehtner in Reriwiclc Thursday and left Friday. Happy Birthday George! FILLET OF LB. 49c SALAD DRESSING Subscription Blank If ydu are not already an Adv4nc« lubicrlbef, yoO can fatf< com* one by filling out this form and incfdsliit; « eheeh or cash for $S. Ydu will reetiVe the KOSSOTH COUNTY ADVANCE each Monday and Thursday for a fall y*ir. Join the vast Advance family of rea«ter» today! NAME qt HUMPTY DOMPTY 1 Lb. Can 47c GOOCH'S ELBOW 2 Lb. Bag PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 22 ONLY FAREWA Mbbratt*"6W Whittemore — Mr. and Mrs Joe Priester celebrated their 58thr wedding ailflivewary recently and they were honored at Rebecca Hall at West Bend. Present were Mrs. Veronica Higgins and girls of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and family of Whlttemore,, Mr. and Mrs. Francis" Priester and family of .Battcroftjv^Mr,* and Mrs. Ray 'Kollasch an4 family, Mr. and Mrs. dair Hildman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Haverly and family, Mr. and Mrs. •Kenneth Haverly and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bode ahd family all of Wesley arid Mr. and Mrs. Ron Buscher and amily of Algona. :'' '•":•.. Cars collide at Wesley Feb. 13 Two cars collided at Wesley a week ago Sunday, Feb. 13 at the intersection of 1st Street and School Avenue about 10:45 a.m. Drivers of the cars were Gladine Miller and Kenneth Forburger, both of Wesley. The Miller car had about $100 in damage and the other machine $50 in damage, according to a report submitted to the sheriff's office here. — Mail t* KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVCE, lgona, Iowa — I Monday was Valentines Day. It brought lots of new things- like roses and rings—arid the official closing of DEER season at AHS. —AHS— , Every Valentines Day,' Mrs. Krlar's sophomore .,English classes observe the day .by writing valentine couplets r ,fpr yar STORES ING. sentatives itictudtffl: Art Club, Mvfe Matftiti; ChMieadefS, Sti* frifi Siihtitet; Honor Society, Sally Bay; ftlttife Teach eri of America, Mfc . Club, kke StfllrtMiK; |ti«fo* Class, fiarb KnUdien riwre ClasSi ttick man ClasJi, Tim BteflC; tive Education, Jim •'_ ... Future Business! Lfeaaclrs) Clark; Girls Re^attotiU, Morz; Future Farmefsf M ca, Matt Clark. Lakotans to observe silver wedding Mr',', and ,,Mrs. Irvin Kopperi, Lakota, will have their 25tli wedding with open house, Jjun-. day, Feb. 27, at their rural- horne, from 2 to 5 p.in. Friends ano" relatives are invited. . 'No, written invitations are being sent. Sponsoring the event are their children, Unda, Mrs. Joe Nydegger, of Kensett, and Dale, Mankato, Minn. ious teachers and friends around the school. Mrs. Kalar brightens the day by bringing her sixty love albums and her Victorian heart-back cane chair. Here are a few samples ''Of the Sophomores works: To the AHS coaching staff from Rick Black— The AHS coaches are good to me They train me to play successfully. Steve Anderson writes— I wish I were home, home with my mom Writes a Marine from Viet Nam, Wendy Gardner's subject is Mr. Neddleton, our biology teacher— . I- To Mr. Neddleton with- whom we connect . ... . Worms and dams and f things to dissect. " On Geometry by Judy Scob- ba— Geometry is a locked door to .me, . .But Miss Miller alone holds the Miller writes : to> Mr. key. Cindy Franco— Senor Franco came from Cuba one day, And now he's here with us to stay. Wrapping up the samples. with Greg Perkins couplet to Mr. Allen- Roses'.! are red, school bus is yellow; Mr. Allen is an awfully nice fellow. Somehow the list would be uncortiplete if it did not includ mention of Tim Will's drawing of an artist's license. _AHS— A hew calculating class has been added to the curriculum this semester. Ten calculators werp, f purchased by the school through'funds set up by the Federal Secondary • Education Act. Mr, Knobloch is teaching the course of twenty members. The class offers the students training in using computers besides the practice in figuring and working with formulas. —AHS— Several new faces have made appearances during the second semester. Mrs. Sefret is now on the faculty teaching two freshman English classes. Yet another new^and '.quite \ familiar face (to""many'of'the seniors especially); t |ias': made her debut these past weeks. v. ' —AHS— Since the outbreak of the flu epidemic many of our faculty members have found themselves stricken with the flu arid the principals have been Jmsy locating a substitute. . "wel coniei; Sandy. It's funny to see a member of the 'family sitting on the faculty sidet of the desk. • —AHS— ."'. I was instructed to say this week that the Juniors have several prom-ideas. (May tryftut* Monday ami Tuesday nights yielded the fol* lowing characters for the play Kind Lady, a drama in thfje arts by Edward CTiwlMov: Mr. aW ; Mttff y; Lucy Rwsk; ,R«e, a% Phyllis Kitty MafdgfOVtti Petef fink ttoti Mctryrriftnj Henry bW Phil Taylor j, Ada, Utt; Mr. Edwards, Joe Mr*. Edwards, Aggfe Gustav Rosehberg, Mark Conn. tf* : -& LtTTHBRANS: "SEE ME IS TALK AHS Off I* Rec>e«tf6n AssfieiatidW m'et last Monday fligtit at the Byrant gym. Valentine suckers wer« passed out by the officers. Miss Weber led the girls in quare dances for the evening recreation. The club, is disfeus- ifig the possibility of a sledding rty later this month. —AHS— future Homorhakers of Amor- ca gathered Wednesday after school. Featured this month was a panel discussing "Are you Ready for Marriage". Panel members included Mrs. Jim tolp, Mrs. Ford, Mr. Anderson, kir. Warner, Rev. Harcey, and Urs. Byrant, the notorious substitute. The club also elected Officers for next year. They are is follows: President, Connie Oarbyshire;. Vice President, Lark Whittembre; Secretary, Viarne Pafrott; Treasure; 1 , Kathie Morz; District Representative, Sue Dodds; Historian, Sandy Harms; Parliamentarian, Barb Knudsen; Projects Chairman, Jane Walker; Music and Recreation, Linda Ruhnke. —AHS— At the Student Council meeting Tuesday morning, the chairman from each club's proposed booth attended the meeting. The Student Council Carnival is set for March 26. Club repre r^teSWtelOTteuSe^ Here Is What Every Farmer Has Been Waiting For .. A New Booklet On Modern Grain : "Later" may be' too l^te fdr life ihsurantc^ It's good to provide financial se^rity.M.your family right now! . D6 it while you'r^ ^ still iti ^i^%l| h ^ ^ «fM. ^tSSf qiiirements. Call this local Luiherart for his professionad ad- vlc'eV • .- ' EDWIN P. RUDD, PIC District Represeritaiive Bo« 264 . *' Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5049 Alfr ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS (AAt;) %Vi< y .V>.'A%%%%S%S^^ Schultz Bros, for GIFT Mo. 1 '525 ZENITH COLOR TV The beautiful $525" ZENITH COLOR TV set pictured at right will be given away by Schulti Bros, on March 31. Stop in anytime and register ... as often as you i like. No purchase necessary and you need not be present to win. You may have this fine color set in your home. 6 • 32.50 Fishing Rods, Reels, Lines to be given away FREE Each week for six weeks, until March 31, Schulti Bros, will give away a $32.50 rod, reel and line jet.. . drawing each week for one of these sets. All you need to do to register is to have a current driver's license. Stop in and register — and while you are here, look over our wonderful lineup of new and used cars. Complete used car listing on classified page of today's paper. SCHULTZ BROS. Here's a new free booklet every farmer will vvant — all you need to do is stop at Taylors and a free copy is waiting for you — It's the latest and most advanced booklet on the market today — written in the language every farmer can understand — So stop in today for your FREE COPY—at the CO. "Your Grain Drying and Harvesting Headquarters" One day only, Tues., Feb. 22, all day until 9 p.m. WASHINGTON — TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS • BUICK f PONTIAC f CADILLAC § GAS FOR LESS $ 150 Trade-in on your old TV Set This special trade-in offer good Tuesday only — ON ANY COLOR TV "THEATRE'' in stock . . . this is the combination Color TV and Stereo unit you've heard so much about. A big SI SO trade-in on your old set no matter what its condition, Mill U ill II11111111111 I'M III IIII111111III i Hi YOUR CHOICE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK! Used IV Sets Only '25.00 In one day, we are out to clear our stock of Used TV sets . . . consoles/ fifeii models, portables ... all go at just one price — $25. No color sots included. Hurry out early for best selection — get that second set for den, family room or kitchen — best buys ever now! •H-I'H'H » H M I'M I I H Hi I I I i-H I I M H'M Ml l-H- II I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I iII I I I I I 1 I I I ||; I I I 1 1 I FREE COFFEE AHD DOUGHNUTS 9 to 9 TUESDAY ELECTRONIC DIAGONAL STRUT PHONE 295-321$ GENE F4ULSTI5H. 0wner >ViViVVWiViWWVWVWWiVt a AyiP^

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