Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

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flow.) ADVANtft THURIOAY, MA*CH ft, 1*66 are on convenience • : Single>handle faucets for batHfooihs are gaining popularity fast. Their gleaming chrome and slender lines are comple- ments'to modern decor. Fingertip control blends water to the right temperature fast, with ma- jqir savings in water. ' One favorite feature,, is the else with which such faucets dm be turned on, even witii the wrist or elbow when the hands are full. The water always shuts off on a neutral "warm" •position — no danger of scalding \vhen water is first turned on. Made for Durability r.The dual faucet arrangement for lavatories and bathtubs continues to have its faithful par-, tfeans. One reason is the large variety of beauties available, npt only in ; polished jewel-like chrome but in lucite that looks like cut crystal and other "luxury" types, including gold. V"Decorator" handles are available to those who are willing to invest a little extra money in bathroom decor. These include mermaids, .swans, cher- tjbs. }-By no means'least in the list of important features .is the epse vwith which the new faucets are kept clean and the ex?'' Hence of their performance. Most come with few moving parts/to wear out. ' 'Showers Improved v There are major improvements 'in showers, too. Showerheads rare self-cleaning, and their spray can be adjusted from needle to fine flow to ful] sjiray. : Thermostatically controlled mixing valves regulate temper- ~aturei ; and instantly compensate for changes in water pressure. • Long adjustable shower-head: adjust 'to several heights, for tall persons, for women who 4on't want the water to flow higher than their shoulders, and Chane arkLMrs. Meinzer were guests ot-'the E. C. Schwieterte. Mar old |»resthus purchased the late Dale -Dundas stock- yafds. Mrs. Martin Griese and MrS, Dale puhdas visited Sunday with Mrs. Mary DundaSi a p* tient at the Rest Mrtfhfe Sri Afrh- strong. v . . . • ' v'f-. . Hie -ft C. SchwieiertS **& fe guests Sunday of the Efhil Einv fefs irt Fairmont. The week bV fd^ they attended the wedding of Mtffyn Baum, a nephew, at Blue Earth. even for children. i If . the . ; present bathroom doesn't have' a shower, . there are chroirfe .fittings that make LINDA HOEPPNER, Lakota, iKeith Bilyeu (left), -Woden, and i Brian Swanson, Buffalo^ Center, won expense-paid trip to the National Youthpower-Gongressan Chicago March 30.-April 2. There were 16 named in Iowa at a state meeting.at Ames March 12. Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota, will accompany the 16 to:Chicago. You th power 7 is a program to help teenagers learn about vital importance of food and food-related careers. . Can Be If It's WESTINGHOUSE! t possible to install one without tearing into the walls. For information, consult a local plumbing contractor or • write Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Infor-, mation Bureau, 35 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago, HI. 60601. »«ooooooo»00000«»ooooooo Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft The C. 0. Baileys and Alfred Petersens spent Friday evening at Oscar Patterson's, Ringsted, for the Pattersons 52nd wedding. The Ted Jensens called Saturday evening. The Curtis Olsens were .last Sunday guests of her brother, the Kenneth Larsens, Mallard. They also visited a sister, Mrs. Hilda Stafford, also Mallard. Iowa City — Jerry Raney of Algona is among 45 students in the college of pharmacy at the university of Iowa named to the college honor roll by Dean Lou- Scoltsh Be an Early Bird SALE s 10FF lt|s 'the best price we've had on TURF -BUILDER, America's favorite lawn, fertilizer. So Jow, in 'fact, you'll probably want several bags. Just give us a call. We'll deliver right to your garage door. is G. Zopf. He is a freshman in the College of Pharmacy and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Raney, RRi, Algona. Harold Fischer will receive doctor's degree Burt — Harold E. Fischer, one of the oest known names in the U.S. ten years ago, is now reported prepared for his doctorate and will take exams at the university of New Mexico. He is the son of the Harold Fischers Sr. at Swea City and a 1943 graduate of Burt high schobl. He enlisted in the. naval air force after graduation and served during World War II and the Korean War. On his 170th mission in Korea he was shot down April 7, 1953, and was a;prisoner^ot the communists until his release in May, 1955. He made many appearances in Iowa and then was assigned to Iowa State college as an air reserve instructor. There • he received bachelor and masters degrees, his thesis itled Brainwashing. -After duty ;ours in Germany, France:and ;he SAC headquarters' at Omaha he was sent to Oklahoma ; State university to work on his doctorate.. . Major Fischer t is assigned to Joint Task Force Two at Sandia Air Force Base, New Mexico. Reg. 8.95 Reg. 4.95 7.95 4.45 $ 10FF WINDSOR is the most talked about grass in a generation. It thrives in heat and drouth that turn other grasses brown. Now available in a blend containing 50% Windsor. . 7.951 3.45 pus, Charlene ,Lappe, Charlotte Lappe, Linda Meyer, Diane Milr ler, Sandra Schrader, .Lindax Becker, Gloria"Heyes, "Sandra Ortman, Debra Stenzel, ; Janet Becker, -Kathy Lappe, Jane .Larson, Kathy Patterson, Diane Person, Patricia Schrader and Patricia Sheirbon. The Larry Coneys were chaperones, and Paul Hasse drove the bus.! EX-RESIDENT DIES A,former Burt resident, Glen HutzelJ, 66, died at :his home in Wickensburg, Ariz., March 4. The Hutzell family moved to Arizona in 1952 hoping the warmer climate would improve their health. Mrs. Hutzell died several years ago. Mr. Hutzell had been employed in Burt as a mechanic at the Virgil Schrader garage. Survivors are a son Kenneth and a daughter, Mrs. Win. Scott, and five grandchildren, all living in Arizona. Ellen Stock, Ames, has been hired as remedial language and arts' teacher at .Burt school starting March 3. Mrs. Clara. McChane, Rochester, Minn., was a guest .Friday to Sunday of her niece, Mrs. George 'Koestler, and a guest he first rof,the week at Mrs. A. H. Meinzer's. Monday Mrs. Me BUSY COUNCIL SESSION The town council at Burt met Thursday and approved the extension of a water line to the Presthus stockyards at the west edge of town. The extension of the 'sewer line to the end of No. Fourth St. past the Louis Riedel residence was discussed but no action taken.'Plans-were discussed for the construction of an electric substation. If constructed the town could barter for cheaper service. The water supply in Burt is satisfactory as reported from a state water analysis laboratory. The growth operating revenue report and annual statistic report of electric operations from the Iowa State Commerce Commission was read. The town used 1,485, 000 kilowatt hours of electricity in 1965 at a total cost of $21,332. Reg. 8.95 Reg. 3.95 A.small sample of the many Westinghouse "built-in"'ranges on display. Colors available. One of the Westinghouse Stereos on display.' Walnut finish. 60 inches wide. $199.95. See our all-new Westinghouse dryers including the famous combination unit compacted into 27" of space. There's a long, long line of Westinghouse refrigerators from which to choose. Make your selection today- Engstiom Appliance 115 E, State run; ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7153 PHONE ORDERS TAKEN Frederick V&S Hardware 105 E. State ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-512? OHir Good To April 4, INC GIRL SCOUTS MEET Girl Scouts observed the 54th anniversary of Girl Scouting at their meeting Thursday in the Burt Town Hall. Girl Scouts in Burt organized in 1959 and have been active since then. Mrs. Howard Batt baked and decorated an anniversary cake. The Junior Girl Scouts had a display of handiwork in the window at Bernie's market last week. They will pack these toys to be given to children of migratory workers coming to Ma.- son City. When this project is completed they receive their Toy Makers Badge. The Girl Scouts are taking orders for five kinds of cookies, Savannah oatmeal, chocolate vanilla sandwich, Scot teas, chocolate mint, and four flavor shorties. These will be delivered after Easter and are 50c per box. AT STATE TOURNEY Twenty-three hjgh school girls attended the state basketball tournament at Des Moines. They were Jane Barslou, Nancy Becker, Claudeen Cranston, Ljftda Fairbanks, V«*i Koestter, Nancy Ackennan, Plane Hop- REMODELING Complete Custom Service Estimates BIG SAVINGS on GARAGES! w/2x4 Roof Rafters w/2x6 Roof Rafters 14' x 22' 441.00 464.00 16' x 22' 20' x 22' Iff x 24% 22' x 22' 12' x 24' 470.00 X X X X 488.00 607.00 637.00 638,QQ 658.00 24' x 24' 709.00 24' x 26' 733.00 16 x 22 garage pnly SI 5.62 per month (36 mo.) THESE OARAGES HNNJIDE THE FWJ.OWIMG SPECIAL FEATURES: 9' wido door on 14' & 16' width garage 16' wido door on W and wider garages Genuine Fraoti garage door in !WQ t Gutter and eve trim in clear pine • Service and garage door {imbs in clear pint 235 Lb. weight thick butt shingles I" Redwood Dolly Varden siding 1 x 4 Corner braces itrof Service door with kty in knob lockset V?" plyscore on roof All nails 2 slip head garage windows Aluminum tiding corners 3/8" exterior plywood soffit on all 12" overhangs OS dopr and wood trim in clear brick molding SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA UNITfD UNITED BUILDING GBNTKR 295-2819

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