Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 21, 1966
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MONDAY, PIS. 21, Graduate — After a twenty* ye«;*eee«i, • ' Mrs. ': Marietta Moershel, Homestead, received j her ; fcA degree front the tlniver-' sity of Iowa, Iowa City Feb. Sth. She^ Wajdfed ih'Geffhan arid hopes to.teach next fall. Her youngest daughter -wii! gradu* Ate from, ArHfltta higji school next year and her bldetlt daughter is a freshman at Knox col' lege, Galesburg, Illinois. i ONE RAOK VALUES UP TO $10,99 ONE RACK LINGERIE $ 1.69 1 i MODE-0-DAY FROCK SHOP JO RUARK, Owner ALGONA, IOWA Swea City Baptists plan S 21,500 addition The Swea City First Baptist church, in a special business meeting, Thursday, Feb. 10, voted to build an addition to their church building. Hie addition will make available a hew and larger fellowship hall and six new rooms for the Sunday school. Included also Will be new men's and women's rooms and a new kitchen. Featured will be an "A" frame tower which will carry the bell and serve as a base for a spire and cross. Rising about forty feet into the air, it should be visible at some distance. The outside finish of the addition will be brick veneer and cement block, making it as nearly fireproof as possible. The addition will be connected to the present church structure at the southwest corner. Contractor for the project will be Dave Bartel of Frost, THE SOFT HUO OF A CLINGING COLLAR Elasticized at the topltne to stay snug and secure, with pure comfort of unlined grained {Calf uppers. Slip it on and discover that wonderful walhing-on-Air Step feeling. Sim AAAA to C All Sizes — All Widths — All L.ngths SHUTS BROWN'"* SHOE STOPS W-WW.W-W.' KEAPSIT BY THERMOS 97c COSCO FOLDING HIGH CHAIR WHITE UPHOLSTERED '1097 CLOSET SEAT& COVER 1.97 260 WATT HEAT LAMP Reg. 77c 57c ROUND UTILITY HOG PAN 16" Diameter 44c 8AS4JNE ANTIFREEZE 2 FOR 29c ED WOLF, owner Coast - to - Coast f. §TATf ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-5432 «^ Minn. Much of the work will be done by local men under sublet contracts. Work will begin around April 15 arid completion is expected around the: middle of Sept. The estimated cost of the project is $21,500 and all local workers will be put on a wage scale. Cub Scouts hold Blue-Gold banquet Feb 15 Pack 70 of the Cub Scouts held its annual Blue and Gold banquet at the high school annex Tuesday with Den 1, Mrs. Eugene Schaltschneider, having flag ceremony. All dens were represented with almost perfect attendance. After the banquet a regular Pack meeting was held and the following awards were given: Den 1 — Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider (den mother), Bill Bernardo, Denner; Robert Egel, asst. denner; Jeff Stephenson, Bear badge. Den 2 — Mrs. James Buscher (den mother), Ricky Buscher, Wolf badge, asst. denner; John Robinson, gold arrow; Randy Buscher, gold arrow; Jim Welp, gold and silver arrow; Dean Kern, Bear badge. Den 3'— Mrs. Herbert Hensley (den mother), Joe Bernardo, Bear badge, gold arrow; Jim Cassel, Bear badge; Tom Kin- badge, gold and silver arrow; bade, gold and silver arrow; Tim Zittritsch, gold and 2 silver arrows, denner and asst. den- ner; Kevin Hensley, Lion badge. Den 4 — Mrs. John Eller, Jr. (den mother). Den 5 — Mrs. Ralph Houser (den mother), Anthony Houser, den chief received his 2nd service star for serving 2 years as den'chief for the den. Elaine Meyers, Lion badge and gold arrow; Warren Houser, Bear badge,'-gold and 3 silver arrows, service star and 2 year attendance pin; Mike Burris, Lion badge, gold and silver arroW;' Erman Hanson, Lion badge, gold and 4 silver arrows, service star; Owen Davies, 2 yr. attendance pin; Scott Dodds, service star; Jack Limbaugh, Wolf badge and denner; Jerry Braniley, •5ervice star. 1 !*|| Den 6 — Mrs. Frances Monson (den mother), James Monr son, Bear badge; Maurice Graham, Bear badge; Frankie Fasnaugh, Bear badge and asst. denner; Nicki Decker, Bear badge; Donny Christian, Wolf badge; Rick Calhoun, Wolf badge and denner. The entertainment for the meeting were the Anodynes, Phil Taylor, Brock Laws and Brad Kraft. . Mike Burris and Erman Hanson were each presented with a boy scout handbook as a gift from their den mother, Mrs. Houser, as they are going into Webelos. Rocky Welp, pub master, presented Mrs, Houser with a 5 year den mother's pin and Rocky was presented with a gift of appreciation from the den mothers and also a Cubmaster's appreciation certificate. He is retiring as Cub Master for pack 70 after 3 years and Rev. Merlin C. Davies from Lone Rock is taking his place as Cub Master. The closing was done by Den 4, Mrs. John Eller, Jr. Lions to donate up to $1,000 lo Tilonka pool The Titonka Lions club voted to donate all proceeds earned during the next two years up to $1,000, to the proposed Titonka swimming pool at a meeting Feb. 10. The meeting was their annual Valentine Party and it was held at John & Gen's Cafe. A short business meeting was held and it was decided to donate all proceeds from the light bulb sales to the pool. The annual Candy Sale will continue to go to the Iowa Lions Sight Fund. Jim Van Hove was elected first vice-president at the business meeting and featured speaker was Ricardo Corrales, for? sign exchange student from Costa Rica, who has been going to school this year at Swea City and living with the Ed sons. Advert!** in tht Adv«nt« -, largest PAID circuUtionl "*•*• fclf Nltf OM CHERRY TREE ' I • , :• T tiJiti twm ... We've CHOPPED PRICES ON 100'$ of SALE ITEMS!!! (READ BELOW) 20—Ladies BLOUSES, values to $1 or more Ladies BLOUSES, Values to $398 ._ ..eh SOc each $1.33 2—Ladies SLACKS, originally priced at $8:94, sizes 16 and '18 -__i- taeh $4.66 6—Ladies Ankle-high STRETCH NYLONS, Reg. 59c, wear with capris, slacks, ski pants ,_• __:_______-— _.._,——,-~-—-—— P 8ir 33e 4— Ladies TIGHTS, red and royal, orig. f L98 '•___ —-.— ---— — now We 9—Girls TIGHTS; fits size 12 to 14, red and gold, originally $L79 —_——.now 99e 14—Girl's KNEE-HIGH SOX, Junior Size, Suzy Brand, orig. 39t^air, sizes'6 and 6% __• '_'____ '. '. .-^ no* 31c 34—Girl's PANTIES, sizes 4, 8 and 10, Petti Brand _„_:__——_ each 31 c 6—Girl's Rayon Movie Starlet GOWN AND ROBE SETS, ting. $2;98 —now $1.77 11—Ladies Lovable BRAS, orig. $1,50, size 32B ______:. now 99c 7—Ladies Wig-warn SLIPPERS, originally $1.98, fits same size as size 9 hose 99c 2—Cotton short-sleeve HOUSECOAT GOWNS, orig. $2.98 now $1.77 84—Men's Cotton WASH SLACKS, a best seller last year but no one wants them this season. Orig. $5.98, sizes 29, 30, 31, 32, 34 and 38 Now $3.88 71 _Men't SPORT SHIRTS, striped pattern, S-M-L, orig. $2!98 — now $1.33 7_Men's Flannet SPORT SHIRTS, orig $2.98 now 99c 5—Men's SPORT SHIRTS, turtle-neck collar, zip-front, all large size, pullover styles, red, orig. $3.95 •___ ____! now 99c 3—Men's Rugby Striple SPORT SHIRTS, black and white, large size only, orig. $3.95__-._ now 99c Men's NECKTIES, large assortment, your choice ._ T 27c 24—Men's BELTS, '/.-inch width, orig. to $1.50— now 27c 2—TIE & SOCK SETS, orig. $1.98 .,__ ___,. $1.17 . >r ,-...:.,-. •".•.': '."••: .••.•••- • \ 2KMen's All-wool DRESS SLACKS, orig. $10.95, sizes 32 and 40 now $4.88 1—BEDSPREAD, exactly like Martha used, Orig. $24.95, white with pink trim, full size : _ ; now $12.48 1—BEDSPREAD, for her spare bedroom, orig. $19.95, pink and blue floral pattern, full size ____: ___ now $9.98 1—Quilted COVERLET, blue, orig. $14.95 now $7.48 1—FRENCH PLISSE BEDSPREAD, pink with white ruffle, orig. $4.98 $1.99 WOOL REMNANTS, orig. $2.98 a yard, not over 40 yards at this price 99c yard 1—MELMAC DISHES, service for 8, 45 pieces, Brookpark Nightfall pattern _ now $12.88 1— MELMAC DISHES, service for 8, 45 pieces, Lenox Ware Radiance patterns, now $12.88 1—MELMAC DISHES, service for 8, 45 pieces, all white now $12.88 2—HOSIERY DRYERS, for bathroom, orig.1.98 each 77c 24—PAIR OF DRAPES, 45x84", orig. to $5.98, odds and ends, one and 2 pairs of a kind ——_ _ ..... now $2.44 24—SHORTY DRAPES, 48x54" and 45x48", orig. $3.98, also some cafe style now $2.44 3—Pair of FIBERGLASS DRAPES, orig. $7.98 ^_____ now $3.98 14—Non-skid Terrycloth Fatigue MATS 88e 5—COMFORTERS, 72x84", orig. $9.95 now $4.88 16— Large 72x90 Luxury Quilt BLANKETS, 100% acrilan, orig. $6.98, while they last $3.88 6—Drinkee BABY DOLLS, orig. $5.98 includes blanket, bottle, gown — they sleep, wet, are washable and are fully jointed $3,72 ONE GROUP OF LADIES SHOES, mostly flats, mostly sizes 5 and 6. Orig. up to $7.99 _ new 43e TABLE OF LADIES SHOES, mostly flats, light and dark colors, not all sizes, orig. $7.99 1 |2 BOY'S PANTS, orig. $4.98, sizes 3, 7, 12, 14, 18 now $1,99 2—BOY'S CAPS, orig. $1.98 __, _—_ new 33^ IS—BOY'S FLANNEL SHIRTS, orig. to $1.79 now 66c 1—BOY'S SWEATER, orig. $2.98, size 4 . _ . |, 77 GROUP OF MEN'S SWEATERS, with spandex elastic cuffs, button front, orig. $7.98 _ _ ___ __ B MEN'S PATTERN S0X, orig. 59c, sizes 10% to 13 n p w 47—Group of Ladies Cotton BERMUDA IHQ1TS, sale price W j r $1.59 2—Pair of White PEPAt PUSHERS, Orig. $2.98 __ n0w $ , 33 55—LADIES CLEARANCE DRESSES, one rack, orig. from $11.»5 now $1.99 to $3.00 S&L Store

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