Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 9, 1966
Page:
Page 11
Start Free Trial
Cancel

AIN STEM •T JULIAN CHUSCHIUII ^^f ^P^iBBBW- •^Ma^HjlP^llIP U MAV NOT know lt but lots °* things you buy in in^'T ar ° % l ; n i med b , y (a) ^6re tne item is loin the store; and (b) how it is displayed ... a local pro- sec- and although the peanuts ™i! ypkal su P ermark et sells about 7,000 items, up from n l y ?? ye » aw ago ' ' ' the average shopper spends 26 minutes in the store and that is less than one-fourth second ErI « , mS Catch the popper's eye. Obviously, most items are never seen ... and home-made signs usually attract more attention because the shopper feels that the item displayed is on special just at the local store, not at all others. 4 ,,- ll 1hasLbeen Proven that a shopper is more receptive to impulse buying" at the start of her shopping trip — by color and aroma — than later on when the items pile up in her cart and she starts to worry about a big bill. One of the best spots for display is near the meat counter, where shoppers have more time to browse around, not only because she is waiting for meat but also because the customer feels more by herself rather than when she is around a number of others near the check-outs. An item which has fallen or tipped over at the top of a rack of items also will help "kill" a sale . . . "The customer is afraid if she moves the toppled package to pull one out from under it, the stack might fall and cause a commotion," one grocer commented. Prime display spots are "anything between your eye level and your waist" and just a little bit in from where she shopper turns into the aisle. Most grocers will tell you there are some spots where ; you can put anything and it will sell and there are other spots where you can put the best items and it won't sell. And the spots vary in different stores. THE BILL CONNS have a common drive from highway 18 with the Algona Country Club ... and more than once, persons have stopped at the Conn home, thinking it was the. clubhouse. In fact, it wasn't too long ago when Mrs. Conn looked up from the kitchen to see a man in the living room . . . "Where do I pay the green fees?" he inquired! A LETTER addressed simply "TO GRANDMA, ALGONA, IOWA" was delivered to the right owner by the alert gents at the Algona post office ... it seems that SVa-year old Mark McCorkle, son of the Harry McCorkles at Glendale, Calif, (former Algonans) was using his daddy's typewriter in his dad's State Farm Insurance office. He typed several lines (of course, illegible), signed his name and then asked his dad to address it "To Grandma, Algona, Iowa" ... of course, Harry didn't dream the boy would mail it. The family stopped at a shopping center on the way home and Mark disappeared suddenly, found a mail box and dropped the unstamped letter in ... last week it arrived in Algona and the local post office people read the return address, knew grandma was Mrs. Anna Harvey and dropped it in her box — postage due, of coursel IDEAS submitted for items to be sent to servicemen in Vietnam have been numerous, according to Mrs. Edward Otis of Wesley, who requested these things in this column several weeks ago . . . they include oranges, tangs, cookies, hard candies, shoe string potatoes, french friend onions, po- corn (unpopped or popped, kool aid, gum, nestle's quik, canned oysters, sardines, boiled clams, cheese, lined writing paned oysters, sardines, boiled clams, cheese, lined writing paper, envelopes, ballpoint pens, paperback books, chap stick insect repcllants, scotch tape. THE ADVANCE newspaper will be host to the Iowa Press Assn. golf tournament here on July 22 with about 100 press men and their wives expected. The day includes 18 holes of golf at the Algona Country Club plus an evening banquet with the Advance making all the arrangements. PROBABLY FEW baseball teams have ever faced a rougher September than the Minnesota Twins will this fall. . . should they be at or near the top come Sept. 1, here is what they face during the final 31 days of the season — six games with the Yankees, three games with the White Sox, six games more with both Baltimore and Detroit and four with Cleveland. These are the toughies in the AL and any of the group could be fighting for the pennant. There could be some doubleheaders thrown in too because of rain-outs. Algona H. S. Baseball ON TNE AIR LIVE AND DIRECT June 10 - Hampton - 6:30 p.m. June 18 - Mardialltown - 4:00 p.m. June 21 - Iowa Falls - 6:30 p.m. June 24 - HumkeUI - 6;30 p.m. June 28 - Burl - 6:30 p.m. KLGA 1600 • THE IN) VOICE Livermore Lions to sponsor a dance recital The Livermore Lions Club k sponsoring a Dance Recital in the Livermore Gymnasium on Friday evening, June 10, at eight o'clock. The Livermore Dancing School will present "It's a.Big, Wide World," featuring about forty pupils of Lelia Coleman of Algona. Pupils in the Livermore area will be joined by pupils from her Algona Dancing School. This will be the second public appearance of the Livermore dancers, most of them having performed at the Lions Club Show given in the Livermore gymnasium in April. The Livermore Dancing School was opened in September of 1965. Mrs. Vera Andersen of Livermore will furnish the piano accompaniment for some of the numbers and recordings will be used for the rest. The recital is open to the public. There will be no admission charge nor collection. All hope next year to receive the recital will be borne by the Livermore Lions Club. U. P. W. MEETS The U.P.W. of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann Wednesday afternoon. Due to the absence of the president, Mrs. Lawrence Frederick conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Ralph Hindman of LuVerne gave the lesson. Lunch was served by the hostess and there was a guest, Mrs. Marty of LuVerne. UNDERGROUND LINES A telephone crew is laying the cable for the rest of the telephone lines underground, most of which was done last year. Mrs. Gale Herbs! of Salem, Oregon was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Clark from Friday until Tuesday flying by jet to Minneapolis then to Ft. Dodge where Mr. and Mrs. Clark met her. Mrs. Herbst is the daughter of Mrs. Clark Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley of Des Moines were weekend visitors in Livermore. Mrs. Jessamine Miller returnedi home with them for a visit. Fritz Anderson and son Mark attended the auto races at Indianapolis over the Memorial Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl went to Minnesota Lake, Minn, on Friday to attend the graduation exercises at the high school there in honor of their granddaughter, Jan Kay Ferstl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferstl, who was one of the graduates. Miss Florence Altman spent Memorial Day weekend in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Gilbert at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek returned home Wednesday after visiting in the home of their daughter, the Roger Uhlenbake home at Evansdale and with other relatives at Chelsea and Belle Plain over the Memorial Day weekend leaving on Friday Mrs. Helen Koiajda and twin daughters, Barbara and Mary attended the graduation exercises at St. Edmonds high school m Ft. Dodge Sunday afternoon where Diane Jankowiak was one of the graduates. The Don Heiter family of Spencer were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Lela Heiter and their daughter Barbara who had spent the past 10 days with her grandmother returned home with them. Kate McKenna is staying nights with Mrs. Heiter for the time being. The Gordon Scott family of Storm Lake spent Memorial Day in the parental Norman Scott home. Mrs. Don Henry and baby daughter Susan, of Minneapolis ALOONA (low*) ADVANCt-3 THURSDAY, JUN1 9, 1*66 Engaged Bode — Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sullivan, Thor, announce the engagement of their daughter Margaret to James E. Bclmkendoi'l', son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Behnkendorf, Bradgate. A spring wedding is planned. She is a graduate of the Eagle Grove high school and is presently employed at Cargill Inc., Fort Dodge. He graduated from Twin Rivers high school at Bode, F. D. C. C., at Fort Dodge, and attended state college at Cedar Falls. He is employed at American Air Filter Co., Moline, 111. spent last weekend in the parental Al Lenertz home. Mrs. Thos. Colwell and her aunt, Mrs. Florence Cawthra, of Broom-field, Colo, and a cousin Susan Attlefinger of Lakewood, Colo, were visitors in the home of Mrs. Colwell's mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Colwell, from Friday evening until Tuesday morning. While here they also visited in the Luther Butler home and with Mrs. Florence Colwell at Irvington. Mrs. Marcia Berryhill visited friends at Webster City over Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. John Warner, Wanda and Tommy and Mrs. Tom Christiansen of Humboldt went to Oskaloosa Sunday where they attended the Baccalaureate services in the evening at the Spencer Chapel and also attended the graduation ceremonies Monday forenoon at the Wm. Penn college. Larry Joiner, son of the Dale •Joiners,-'was i >ohfc of'"the 'graduates. Speaker for graduation was Mrs. Henry Luce, editorial chairman of Time, Inc. Visitors in the parental Harold Gronbach home from Saturday until Monday were their two daughters from Minneapolis, Phyllis Gronbach and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sharp. Dinner guests Sunday in the Bill Davis home were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stephanson of Madrid, brother of Mrs. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler and three girls of Klemme and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Davis and Lisa of Aberdeen, S.D. who were visitors from Friday evening until Tuesday in the parental Bill Davis home. Mrs. Raymond Wolfe of Bancroft visited several days last week with her sister, Mrs. Molly Foth. Mrs. Foth returned home with her on Saturday and stayed until Wednesday evening. While there Mrs. Foth visited with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bahr and two boys of Okabena, Minn. were Memorial Day weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. Bahr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Butler. Visitors in the Jack Sharp home during the Memorial Day weekend were their oldest son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Sharp, Terry and Todd of Aurora, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sharp of Minneapolis, Larry Sharp of Ventura, Miss Linda Benn of Rake, Kenneth Graaf and Miss Gail Leffel of Amboy, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cur- •WrVyvyWWWWWWy^^ Summer Typing Classes HUTZELL'S HAS A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW and USED TYPEWRITERS • NEW •— Smith Corona — Underwood — Royal — Hermes and Olivetti t USED — All Brands and All Prices • SALES * SERVICE 9 RENTALS Hutzell's School & Office Supplies ALGONA ran. attended the graduation e*- ercises at Garrigan high school m Algona Sunday afternoon in honor of their niece, Maufine Lentch, daughter of the John Lentches. P*0gy Shaw had her 11th birthday Friday with a slumber party at her parents, the Wally Hugers. Guests were Becky Smith, Jane Meyer, Connie Merriam 'and. her sister Jada Shaw. Memorial Day guests at Stanley Egel's were her mother, Mrs. William Radii, son, the Billy Radils, Hayfield, Minn., sisters, Mrs. Alice Winegarden, Des Moines, the Elmer Young- wirths, and Paul Stahls, Lu Verne. Open house at Livermere for Harley Fishers Livermore — A family dinner and Open House was held Sunday, June 5 at the Harley Fisher home in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Harley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fisher. All of the family was present for the dinner and are: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Henely and Dennie of Lehigh, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher and family of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hansell and family of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Lamer and Mike of Eagle Grove, the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fisher and Ernie Simon. A grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Henely and Lori of Lehigh were also present. Afternoon guests were from Humboldt, Dakota City, Rolfe and Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher are the parents of five children and have twelve grandchildren and four great grandchildren. RANEY REUNION Thirty-nine attended the Raney family reunion Sunday which was held at the Legion Hall with a pot tuck dinner followed by a social afternoon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Raney of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Barrett and family of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney, Floyd* Livermore, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Myers and children of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Faith Ross of Pomona, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney and family of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Raney, Barbara, Cindy, Ron and Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson of Sioux City, Mrs. Beth Olson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lenz and family. A family dinner was held last Sunday, June 5 at the Robert J. Blumer home in honor of the 70th birthday of Mr. Blumer. All the members of the family were present and are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer and family of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Don Collins and Roger of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Delain Blumer and family of LuVerne, James Blumer of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilcox and family of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Norland (Joe) Blumer and family of Ft. Dodge. Mrs. James Blumer and girls were unable to be present as they are visiting in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz of Livermore were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick and family went to northern Wisconsin Wednesday where they en joyed; some trout fishing and sightseeing. They returned home on Sunday. Ron Frederick returned to LeMars on Monday where he will have summer employment. A quartet of the Melody Moms sang at an alumni banquet at the Renwick school Friday night. Elmer Gronbach entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Saturday night as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Myers and children of Cedar Rapids are spending a few days in the parental Guy Raney home and attended the Raney reunion. Fly from Ttiai to viiHat Birt Sort — John OliveHa flew from Florida to Dallas, Texas, where he met Mrs. Oliveria and Vicki, and they drove to Burt on Friday for a visit at the parental S. R. Parsons home. June 6 the Russell Parsons, S. ft. Parsons, and John Oliveria went to Minneapolis to attend the baseball game, twins vs. Cincinnati. John Oliveria returned to Cocoa Beach, Fla., where he is manager of a Houston Astros farm team. Mrs. Oliveria started Monday on a Drake course at Britt. RIVERDALE, CLUBS Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 met May 21 at the school hall. The pledge of allegiance was led by Ellen Bormann and the 4-H pledge by Sandy Wagner. Janice tirpelding and Maribeth Thilges gave illustrated talks. Colleen iteding gave a demonstration. Each girl brought a finished skirt and blouse for group activity. The annual May Basket exchange was held. Maribeth Thilges and her mother were hostesses. Mothers were guests. Sandy O'Brien is reporter. Riverdale Rustlers Unit II met May 21 at the school hall. Pledge to the Flag was led by Carrie Tntlges and Linda Mi* led the 4-H pledge. :"talks wefe given % Jan«V. Guire and Elizabeth Zeimet tH< ane Bormann and Sandy Kdl* lasch and Jean and Joan Reding gave demonstrations. Eich gin brought her finished blouse arid skirt and a May exchange war held. Michelle Thilges and her mother were hostesses, with mo* then as guests. Linda Mae Reding is reporter. LADIES 1 SPRING HATS '/ 2 Price MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE . M 1 I I I H I M U I 1 1 | M M-H-H-H-H- H-l> 1 I . FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT 9 P.M. Rain Postponement — Races Will Be Held Following Friday Night FEATURING The Midwest's 'Newest' and 'Fastest' 1 2 Mile High Banked Race Track MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. 1111111 1'H'HI 1 11 U U H 1 111 "I U 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I I I I Swimwear from Sheakleys "CLINGING VINE".. . Stretch knit jacquard one p/ec 0 swimsuit made of 700% nylon w/>/> o jcoop neck and back, and solid inset "WS/ON"... One-piece swimsuit with a V-neck made of acetate, cotton and rubber. Sharkskin boyleg with adjustable built-up straps, faggot stitching, round back and zipper closing, SWIMSUITS Start at $12°° "CHALLENGE"... Twill denim surfer two piece swimsuit with contrasting stripe on bra and boyleg trunk, back tipper. " * •I e^^lV • iii Hi Hi B 4HP "Algona's Fashion Center For Women and Girls" •4-H-H-n i M u.H..|.H,M..H 11 HM..H 11 i M n i n 1111 H..H..H*.H 111 n M..H..I..H..H..IMH--M-M 111 iu.M'i»i

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free