Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 23, 1966
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4-AlOONA (lew*) AOVANCI A MON0AY, MAY tt, "" '•O Remember when there was no deduction from a man's pay until he got home? A let of tlbow grease and about $11.00 for paint mad* my beat • thing of beauty. The thief thought so, too. Boat, motor and trailer gene the next night. Would the $11.00 have covered all insurance necessary for theft end damage? ANSWER — YES. . The secret of success is to be forever pushing without seeming so. Realizing you are middle- aged is no harder to take than realizing you are no longer middle-aged. * Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa Uoird against infection from 28 infectious bacteria that may bi present on the skin when • minor cut, burn or scrape occurs. Triple Antibiotic Ointment • No sting .. .No stain. • Promotes healing, *1.58 Rusk Drug Vomght attf you can make a,3-minute station call to'anywhere in the U, S, (except Alaska and Hawaii) for $1.00 or less, plus tax. Same low rates in effect all day Sunday. Pick up the phone and enjoy a Long Distance chat! Northwestern Bell Mr. end Mrt. Jim Milder were in Winotta, Minn., over the weekend for the graduation of their daughter Jo Ellen from the College of St. Teresa on Saturday. Mrs. Milder's sister, Miss Margaret Forbes of Los Angeles, flew to Minneapolis to join the family for the commencement exercises. Miss Forbes will remain with the Milders for a two-week visit before returning to Los Angeles. Mrs. E. C. McMehon and Mrs. Leo Cassel took about 20 sisters from St. Cecelia's and Garrigan to Okoboji Thursday. They spent the day at the McMahon cottage. Mrs. Kirk Hayes entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. Guests were Mrs. Terry McGuire and Mrs. Jim Cowan. Winning scores were held by Mrs. Ring MaoDonald and Mrs. Don Kingfield. Mrs. Le Roy Strohman and Mrs. Terry McGuire won the traveling prizes. Mr. end Mrs. Jim Geelan returned Tuesday from a five-day fishing trip to Cross Lake, Minn. Accompanying them were Mr. Geelan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Geelan of Whittemore, Father Conway and his father, James Conway. The group stayed at the lodge owned by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schneider, former Ai- gonians. Dr. end Mrs. J. Edward Kelly of San Diego were Algona callers Wednesday at the home of his aunt, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Dr. and Mrs. Kelly have been visiting their families in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. William Decker moved recently from their home on South Wooster to 902 North Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel drove to Winona, Minn., Tuesday to bring their daughter, Michele. home from school. She is a student at the College of St. Teresa. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris and Mark drove to Keokuk Thursday to attend the wedding of Mr. Ferris' niece, Christine Ferris. They stayed the weekend with Mrs. Ferris' parents, Mr. and Mrs/ C. B. Schouten of Keokuk. Mrs. Richard Thoreson was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. She "and Mrs. Jim Andreason held the winning scores for the evening. Mrs. Rosa Spurgeon has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ernie Hartman in Marshalltown since Mothers Day. Mrs. H. M. Smith was in Cedar Falls last Monday and Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rellihan and family. Mrs. Rellihan is Mrs. Smith's niece. Mr. end Mrs. John Hayes spent the May 14 weekend fishing at Miltona, Minn, They stayed at Swans Resort. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hutchins were visited last week Friday through Sunday by their son, Richard, a junior at Drake University. Mr. and Mrs. William Decker and son Nicki will travel to Marshalltown June 2 for a week's stay with Mrs. Decker's sister, Mrs. Ernie Hartman. While there, they will attend the graduation of Mrs. Decker's nephew from Marshalltown high school. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley were visited this weekend by their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gergen of Minr neapolis. Jim McMahon traveled to Iowa City Friday to attend a law seminar held there over the weekend. Mr. end Mrs. Ron Griffin and their three children left Sunday for Omaha where he will attend a week of business meetings. While there, they will be visiting Mrs. Griffin's father, Robert Chesire. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley had as their guests recently Sgt. and Mrs. Neill Hintz of Leavenworth, Kans. Sgt. Hintz is Mrs. Seeley's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith were visited over the May 15 weekend by their son Mike, a junior at St. Thomas College, St. Paul, Minn. Guests for the weekend were two of Mike's friends from fat. Thomas, Edward Hall of Chicago and Jim Amlich of Marshall, Minn. Mrs. Imelda Engesser spent last week Sunday visiting two aunts in Mankato, Minn,, Mrs. Sylvester Kennedy and Mrs. Anna Glasier. Mrs. Glasier is in St. Joseph's hospital there. Mrs. Earl Lierly went to Omaha last week Friday to meet Mr. Lierly, who flew there from a business trip to San Francisco. The Lierlys remained in Omaha for the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Claudia Lierly. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Jensen had as their guest last week Mr. Jensen's brother-in-law, Percy Ashton. of Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith have bsen visited this past weekend by Mr. Smith's nephew, Thomas Smith, his wife and two children, Jennifer,' four, and John, 18 months. The visitors live in Washington, D.C., where Thomas Smith is an airline pilot. When Gerald Ferris was at Iowa City recently for surgery, he and Mrs. Ferris were visited there by their daughter, Pat, of Racine, Wis., son Jerry and his wife of St. Louis, and the other son Roger, a student at Ames. Mr. Ferris is home now and making a good recovery. Mrs. Kirk Hayes, Billy and Jeffrey left yesterday (Sunday) for Omaha where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart for a few days. Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Haggart are sisters. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones and son Ben of Sioux City. •H"! H I l-H-l-M H Him M-H- Blondina Erpelding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Erpelding of ^Algona will receive a bachelor of science degree in Medical Technology at Creighton University on May 30. She is a 1962 ?raduata of Garrigan high school. Nemriil day profram for told LuVerne — The Legion ftfi< nounces the annual Memorial day services in the LuVerne Cemetery will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, May 30. The program is march of Legion and Auxiliary members with the high school band, invocation by the Rev. Ralph Hindman, Pledge of Allegiance by Mrs. Owen Curry, president of the Auxiliary,, Speaker will be Rev. Hindman introduced by Commander Owen Curry. Decoration of the graves of the soldier dead and unknown soldier dead will be in charge of the Post and Auxiliary. Following the firing squad salute Mid tifM, »m1 benediction. tlte d«**ation of the graves of the »oldi«- dead in the Lu Verne cemetery is being done before the service by Mrs. William Bigings, assisted by Commander Curry and Fred Goetsch, LuVerne town marshall. To date there ale 69 graves and each received a poppy, spray and flag. >»»e»»e»eeeeeeeeeeeee.»eeee»e»eeee«eeee»eeeeeee»ee Another Behlen UP— A new Behlen Drying Floor js shown being constructed for Naeve Bros, south of Bode. The floor will support a new 10,400-bushel Behlen Drying Tank which will have a 33,500 C. F. M. fan and 15 H.P. Electric Motor. When YOU buy a new drying tank, be sure you buy an engineered system to fit your harvesting needs. Many farmers have not in the past, and today they certainly are paying for their mistake. They have low speed drying and high per- bushel cost of drying. So see Taylor's today for the Behlen Drying Tank designed for YOUR FARM. Taylor Implement Co. "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters" 5-2467 ; ALGONA POPPY SAL! SATURDAY Sales of Poppies will be held on the streets in LuVerne and at each home sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary May 28 is announced by the Poppy chairman, Mrs. Allen Blake. The Louie Werners, Fair' mont, were Monday guests of her aunt, the Charles Minzes and Lester Hlnz. Mr*. Ardls Godfrey spent weekend in Des Moines M guest of her daughter Elaiiw, the Jerry Briggs family. I EXPERT PRINTING ! AT THI ADVANCE \ ••-,.. ' • .. t eeeeeeeee»eeeeee»»»eeee» Two Champions Our Bowling Team •-and our products! Congratulations to the fine Women's Bowling Team which carried our colors this year end which was champion of the Thursday Night Women's Bowling League at the Algona Lanes. You gals have every right to be proud. , They are shown with their trophies Thursday night at tha annual league banquet. Shown above, beck row, left to right, Gayle Anderson, Frances Wiese, Lavonne Goodman and Gladys Jergenson. Front row, left to right, Pat Cook and. Pat Gilbride. And of course, we are proud of our products 52 weeks, 365 days of the year. You can always be assured of TOP QUALITY products and FRIENDLY, COURTEOUS service at the Viking Oil Co. VIKING OIL CO. ROY STOFFEL, Owner Just North of Milwaukee Railroad Station Algona, Iowa LOSSES LIVESTOCK INSURANCE COVERS BOTH INVESTMENT AND PROFIT The full worth of livestock is returned in case of disease or accident, when you have the right kind of insurance ... our kind of insurance! PLAY IT SAFE INSURE! iii BLOSSOM Insurance 109 N. Podge Algona. Iowa Phone 295-2735 w»++»»+»»«+»e'»»»»»«»»»e»e»eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ,fr.H"H"H--H--r.H~H"l"H"l"l"n fji'l 1-M I 1 1 ill M HI I H I'M 11 II 1 1 I I I I I II U 1 I 1 I I 1 H "H"M 11 I 1 1 I 1 I I 11 1 1 I M.-|.-l-.I.4.4.H~HHH"H-HHH-H"H"I-i.l..H 1 I I I II I I SPORTSWEAR from CHRISCHILLES! MMftMWI for the "Memorial Day" weekend and the many "Sun-filled days" ahead !• I See our SPORTSWEAR "Show Windows" , . . featuring both plain and plaid dacron and cotton poplin separates to mix 'n match, You can't buy anything finer for the money. The sportswear section of the Chrjschilles Store is really complete for summer . . . blouses (printed or plain), jackets, shorts, knee pants, slacks, skirts, knee-ticklers, and culottes are featured. All priced at what you want to pay, From famous names as FRITZI — MAJESTIC — BRADLEY — and QUEEN CASUALS. SWIM SUITS by BRADLEY See the largest selection of swim suits and beach wear in our store in many years. Both one-piece and two-piece suits are featured . . . BRADLEY and DARLENE. All the latest styles. Yog will be happily surprised. "You ore invited upstairs to browse" "Where Quality is a Tradition Since 1870" *^^ HMIIH-ft

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