Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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t~ALOOf!A (Itwt) ADVANC1 MONDAY, JUNI i t 1964 | NIWI OP ALOONA I 1 Local News ' MOLLY MacDONALD Mr*. Olive Harbtt it being vi* sited this week by her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Joel JHerbst and three children of Canoga Park, Calif., and her daugnter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morris and three youngsters of Atnens, Ua. Tho Hertet children are staying at the Ted Herbst home. Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfitld had as their guests over the Memorial Day weekend Dr. Kingfield's brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. William Kingtieid. and son Bruce of Des Moines. Mr, and Mrs. Willis Colwell were visited over the holiday weekend by sons Gary, a stuu- ent at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and Jim, who is stationed at Great pikes Naval base near Chicago. Mrs. Charles u»born was visited the May 28 weekend, by her son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Osborn and two children of Minneapolis, and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. itobert Peterson and two cmldren. On Sunday, they attended an Os burn lamily reunion at Swea City. About 75 relatives gathered tor the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker had as their houseguest last of week Jo Ellen Rasmussen Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder and Jo Ellen entertained three houseguests over tiie Memorial Day weekend. The girls, Hua Speltz, Los Angeles, Pnoaoo Veajer, Waubesau, Minn., and Carolyn Latiord, bt. Jfaul, were classmates 01 Jo Ellen's at tnc College of St. Teresa, Winoaa, Minn. On Sunday, tlie MMders gave a reception for Jo Ellen, who received her B. A. degree the week before, and son Hill, who was graduated from Garrigan, Mrs. John Deim was visited over the holiday we&Kend by her daughter Grotcnen and her guest Larry Adams. Both attend uie Professional Business institute in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs; Larry Wicks, son and daugnter-m-iaw ot Mr. and Mrs. Orville WICKS, Algona, flew Ironi their Los Angeies home to Fraiuu'urt,. Germany, May 21 to begin a six-weeK tour of Europe, i'jie young couple are on a leave of aosence from Beacon Van and Storage Company where Larry is in, the records 'division and his wile is executive, secretary to the company treasurer. will take over their duties. Beverly Kuecker and. Marlys Bjustrom are in charge of the program. Minnie Walker will have 'Chic dhattef»" SOftOfclTY MEETS Zeta X, Chapter met Monday evening, May 23 at Charlies for a dinner meeting. 12 members Were present. End of the year reports were given. Summer plans were discussed. The annual evaluation report was completed. Corrine Shimel and June Krull reported as delegates from the area convention held in Waterloo. $3,000 from all Iowa Chapters was presented to the Iowa Cancer *und. BRIDGE WINNERS Mrs. James Everds, Mrs. John Kohlhaas and Mrs. William Na- voichick were bridge winners on Wednesday afternoon at the ladies' luncheon at the Country Club. Hostesses for the atter- noon were Mrs. Ed Wolcott and Mrs. Phil Diamond. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and Mrs. John Kohlhaas will be the hostesses next week. BABY SHOWER Mrs. John Hood and Mrs. Earl Parsons were hostesses at a baby shower lor Mrs. Don Kingfield Wednesday evening. Out- of-town guests were Mrs. Kingfield's mother, Mrs. Howard liro- thenton of Wall Lake, and Dr. Kingfield's mother, 'Mrs. W. C. Kingfield of Sac City. Ing wttfe Mrs. fid Wotcott and Mrs. Phil Diamond. P. E. 0. Miltt The P, E. 0. Sisterhood met Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. fed Herbst. Mr». Jack Chrischilles assisted the hostess. DATE RUMMAOE SALI Republican women are asked to bring "Basement to,. Attic" rummage articles to the store* room next to the Hilton service station on June 7 or 9, at 1 p.m, The sale is dated for June 10. M-D CLUB TO MEET The Four: Corners Mothers. & Daughters Club will meet next Thursday, June 9, in the dining room of Good Hope Methodist church. Hostesses will be De- anne Gerber, Bernice Shaw, and Evelyn McNeil. This will be the annual guest day and each member will bring a friend. Roll call will be answered 'by "Color Combinations I Lake." New officers 23 PUPILS PERFORM A program of piano solos and duets was presented by Mrs. Everett Anderson's students {Satur- day''afternoon', May. 28, • at the Congregational church educational center. Some 23 pupils performed at the annual recital. WINNERS AT BRIDGE Wednesday Bridge club met at the Country Club May 25th. Hostesses were Mrs. W. C. Irelan and Mrs. John, Dole. Winners were Mesdames Harold Gilmore John Dole and Lloyd Robinson. Hostesses for the June 1st meet- TUXEDO RENTALS UNION NOMIMAKIRS Unton Township «rt rt*t at MM. Quenun Bjtia* torn'* Mty 26, Mrs. Roy sw had die lesson on music and •moot etui MIITS MW«» •* 4WVM "^f «•*•»» **VJ 1^W~ Vm^WB W^BV • »»« M V W did aiitttin*. Mrs. BjuMrom Mr*. Willitm Dtu Sf. WAS to* tess to her brtdg« club iist h« l*wta« club Tu€»d^ ., , „*. dMtt, .*. ..4 *, a.u '. . .1. .,, .-a* ,, \ • * •* li I^&Jb ""* ' week Thursday. SIWINO CLUI Hdoft. IXPIRT MINTING ATTMIADVANCI "Roli Ends Dirtot From Tfci Hill" Be Correctly Attired in the Newest and Finest Formal Wear MH its the Beach with Shirts and Swim Trunks DLOOM RUG SALE STARTS MONDAY, JUNE 6 •. •• .,, •••;•«. • '.; -/•'-• : •••- •=• - ' •••• ' <*,,:, YOUR CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO SAVE ON NYLON RUGS. Need a Rug. 30 ^to- choose from! Carpet wall-to-waH? Many large enoiigft for 2 rooms. SAVE! 35 Per Cent to 50 Per Cent OFF regular, comparable or if-cut-from-fnil-roll prices. Sale begins at 9 a.m. Monday morning at BJUSTROM'S IN ALGONA. i : .''.•'.'.' ' ( ' 1 i THESE 30 RUGS IN STOCK AND ON THE FLOOR FOR YOUR SELECTION Lastex swim trunks, laced. * .'Kfrit&Xf **"'']>{• CHOOSE FROM THESE RUGS-SIZES 12x15' to 12x24' Bright new idea {or beach and boat. Sunblazer colors in famous Donmoor shirts. And the very same colors in Donmoor swim trunks. They team up into a whale of an outfit. Corne pick and choose from our dazzling collection. Sizes 4 to 14. MH Ji^^iM Bi^im HB 9Hi Hi 4Mr "Algona's Fashion Center For Women and Girls" x 15 Ft. x 15 Ft. x 18 Ft. x 21 Ft. x 21 Ft. x 21 Ft. x 20 Ft. x 18 Ft. x 23 Ft. x 18 Ft. x II Ft. x 18 Ft. x 21 Ft. x IS Ft. x 24 Ft. BRONZE IVORY ALMOND RED TONE SAND BEIGE BLUE GREEN SAND BEIGE CRANBERRY GOLD RED TONE CRANBERRY ALMOND PECAN PECAN PECAN Ft. IVORY Ft. BRONZE Ft. GOLD Ft. IVORY Ft. RED TINE Ft. SAND BEIGE Ft. BLUE GREEN Ft. ALMOND Ft. CRANBERRY Ft. CRANBERRY Ft. AVACADO Ft. AVACADO Ft. NUTMEG Ft. GOLD Ft. AVACADO - ALL AT ONE LOW PRICE - BJUSTROM FURNITURE 2IW837 "Fin Dilimy"

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