Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 21, 1966
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90th Birthday observed by lath Hilbert ft, Jo« — Math Hilbert, Al- gont, formerly from here, observed his 90th birthday Saturday, February 12 with a family dinner at noon with his immediate family attending. In the afternoon 24 grandchildren and 3$ great grandchildren, other relatives and friends helped.ob- serve the occasion and enjoyed birthday cake and ice cream with Mr. HUbert. The children are Mrs. Clara Kohlhaas, Algona, John, Frank and Ted all from St. Joe, Mrs. Herman Becker, Irvington and Mrs. Tom Becker, Wesley. HAVE HOUSEWARMING Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohl haas and family were given a surprise house warming party 4—ALOONA (lew*) AOVANCI MONDAY, «B. 21, 196* Ittg «nd other r*ltttVM. they Berte entertain* the club on n their recently remodeled home on Thursday evening when neighbors and relatives gathered for a social evening. The evening was spent playing ftve Hundred with Mrs. John (Jeischecker, Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas and Richard Kohlhaas receiving prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas were presented a gift for their home. The self invited guests brought and served the lunch. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. KYL. Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs., Raymond Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kunkel, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. John Cteischecker and Mrs. Irene Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Art Winkel and family, Centerville, returned to their home on Friday after several days visit here with Mrs Winkel's mother, Mrs. Rosalia also visited with Mr. Winkel's jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Winkel and other relative* in Algona. Eddie lllg returned home on Wednesday from a weeks visit n Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding returned home on Tuesday afternoon from a weekend visit with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gidley, Colorado Springs, Colo. They had accompan- ed another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine, Jefferson, S.D. Mrs. Susie Kramer moved on Tuesday from the farm to her home in St. Joe. Jim Hilbert and Leo Bormann are on a several weeks trip through southern and western States and a visit with Mends in Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. Peter Bormann entertained her Five Hundred club on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Susie Kramer and Mrs Paul Erpelding as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. E. J. Ga les, Mrs. Paul Erpelding and Mrs. John Thul. Mrs. Alphonse countries and areas of th€ world. This provides an extraordinary opportunity for fellowship at a deep level. The planning committee met with Mrs. Bill Finn. Partkipttt* ing were Mrs. Ray Hutzell, Methodist, Mr. Everett Hatina, Good Hope Methodist, Mrs. Jim Kolp, Congregational, Mrs. Ella Nasoy, First uitheran, Mrs, Ed Gilmore, Episcopal, and Mrs. Alvin Huenhold, Presbyterian. Algona sailor helps land Vial forcu USS Oklahoma City (CLO-5) (FHTNC) — Electrician's Mate Fireman Delbert D. Johnson, USN, son of the Sydney D. Johnsons, Algona, participated in Operation "Double Eagle", the largest amphibious landing ever made in Vietnam, while serving with this command. The assault landing of a large U.S. Marine force near Thach Tru, 30 miles south of March 3rd. The annual knights of Columbus Quest and Ladies Night will be held on Thursday eve* ning February 24. Observance of Prayer dated Friday The World Day of Prayer observed each year on the first Friday of Lent and sponsored by United Council of Churches will be observed in Algona Friday, Feb. 25 in the Presbyterian church. This day has a meaningful history of almost 80 years; pray er and giving for world-wide mission of the church has been its primary purpose. Basically the same service is used in approximately 125 Chu Lai, began when a 13-ship tttvai Task force steamed into the objective area in the predawn hours of Jan. 28. Eight Waves of assault troops were landed on the beaches, while warships patrolled off' shore to provide naval gunfire support. The Marines were virtually unopposed, and received only light small arms fire. Late in the afternoon of Jan. 29, more Marines were landed by helicopter four miles inland from the beachhead. These forces, also unopposed, reported seeing about 200 enemy fleeing the area on foot, changing from green regular forces uniforms to the black pajama-like garb of the Viet Cong. S I! 4-H News V'! 'i &,-. PLUM CREEK ELITE Plum Creek Elite Club met Feb. 12, with Diane and Patrice Bode. Another new member was enrolled, Terry Tjaden. Illustrated talks were given by Jane Walker and Norma Bode. Demonstrations were given by Linda Carder and Patrice Bode. Guest mothers were Mrs. Chris Miller, and Mrs. Edgar Keith. The next meeting is March 12 at Annette Gilbride's. Reporter is Patrice Bode. »eee»»»e«»e»«eeeeee»«»»« Mrs.-Harry L. Maw T U E S D A Y— OPEN TUESDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M. __ p g g 22nd MESllS : Mrs. Ann Zeigler was a recent guest at the home of Mr and Mrs. John Babcock. Mr. and Mrs. -Donald Cook of Kanawha were Saturday evening callers. Pricat Good Tvosday 9 a m. to 9 p. m. BANANAS GROUND BEEF HEINZ 14 Oi. BottU CATSUP.. 17c Ron & Jack's 295-5414 ALGONA SAVINGS ON MEN AND BOYS WEAR DURING OUR BIG BIRTHDAY WASHINGTON \\ Hog. to 14.98 Reg. to 35.00 IOW $6.00 NOW $9.00 a : Limited Quantities , . TUESDAY MORNING Ladies Millinery, Rtg. to $15.00 NOW 88c Knee 5oews, r»eg. to $3.00 NOW 69e Textured Hosiery, Reg. $1.00 NOW 29c Handkerchiefs, Reg. 59c NOW 9c Children's Headwear, Reg. to $3.98 NOW 49c Children's Purses, Reg. $2.00 NOW 39e Intent's Slips Reg. 98c — NOW 9c CURITY DIAPERS Reg. 3.79 NOW $2.69 Reg. 3.29 NOW $1.99 Textured Hosiery Now 49c Now 69c Reg. $1.65 Reg. $2.00 f JEWELRY R.».t,>«.oo Now 49e t' -*"'.• Reg to $1.00 NOW 290 FORMAL* Reg. Io36.00 $777 Pro-Toon DRESSES Reg. 7.98 Now4$c Limited Quantities TUESDAY EVENING — 6 TO 9 Ladies Slips, Reg. to 5,98 NOW 79c Bras, Reg. 3.95 NOW 49e Ladies Sleepwear, Reg. to 6.00 NOW 69c Blouses, Reg, to 7.98 NOW 49c Children's Playtex Panties, reg, to 1.98 29c Children s Blouses, reg. to 3.98 NOW 66c Children's White Sweaters, reg. to 3.49 77c GEORGE SAYS GET YOUR HAIR CURLED NOW BEAUTY SALON Reg. 10.50 PERMANENT NOW $6.95 ALL HAIR CUTS $1.00 Reg. 5.98 SPORTSWEAR Reg. to 9.98 NOW $3.99 Rog. to 15.00 NOW $6.99 COORDINATES 1/ 2 PRICE CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT 34 ONLY Men's Suits VALUE5TO$60 REGULAR 38 TO 44 LONGS 40 AND 42 19.76 58 ONLY Men's Sweaters 4.76 VALUES TO $14.95 COAT STYLES AND PULLOVER FINAL REDUCTIONS ON ALL Men's Jackets 50° off SIZES 36 TO 44 UP TO 6 PAIR OF MEN'S LEATHER WORK BOOTS SIZES 8 TO lO'/a now $10.22 MEN'S DOUBLE THICKNESS Heavyweight WORK GLOVES REG. 49c LIMIT OF TWO PAIR 2 pr. 76c CHILDREN'S Dresses Reg. to 7.98 Reg. to 12. Now 3.99 98 Now 5*99 CHILDREN'S Goals and Jackets Reg. to 14.98 NOW 6.99 98 Now 8.99 MEN'S ALL WOOL TOPCOAT SIZE 40 LONG $4.76 SPECIAL GROUP MEN'S WINTER CAPS VALUES TO $2.98 $1.22 Reg,to 17. 6 to 9 p.m. ONLY CHILDREN'S Swoalors and Skirts Now 3,99 Now 3.49 Reg. 8.98 CHILDREN'S Sweat Shirts Reg. 3.00 Reg. 3.50 Now 1,99 How 2.49 EAKLEYS LADIES AND CHJLDRENS FASHIONS AIQOM, IOWA CLOSE OUT WASH AND WEAR COTTON SLACKS SIZES 29 TO 38 SIZES 8 TO 18 Men's$3.49 Boy's $2.29 MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SWEAT SHIRTS GUNMETAL GREY REG. $1.98 99c 43 ONLY MEN'SShortSleeveSHIRTS VALUES TO $5 99c ODD LOTS OF MEN'S SPORT and DRESS SHIRTS VALUES TO $5 $1.76 n ONLY—FINAL CLEARANCE BOY'S Winter Jackets and Coats SAVE UP TO SIZES 6 TO 20 Vz Off MEN'S LONG SLEEVE KNIT SWEATER SHIRTS VALUES TO $7.95 $3.76 UAMS

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