Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1971 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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The 65th wedding anniversary in Roc k Valley March 29 with an of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vande open house for their relatives Vegte was observed inlKeir home and friends. Announcing.. . CHANGE OF OFFICE LOCATION TO 115 EAST CALL STREET (Next door to Algona Newspapers Bldg.) Dr. Harold Erickson Optometrist Get s l free during The Jockey Aeo Brief Kite. 1971. Very briefly here's how it works . . . Mail Jockey® Men*wear the empty wrapper from a 3-pack, or 3 single packs of Jockey® Classic briers, or Jockey Power-Knit® T-shirts, plus the sales slip—and Jockey® will mail you back $1. •K9SJSIHM H UP mobile LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS CLOTHIERS South of the downtown D-X Station, Algona Announcing ... F.C.A. and ROTARY CLUB TREE PLANTING PROJECT (Order trees for spring from any Rotary Club mem- ser, Iowa State Bank, Sherwin-Williams Paint Store or clip coupon below and mail with check). * All Trees Guaranteed * Planting Date Sunday, April 14 'ORDER - SEND ORDER AND CHECK TO ALGONA ROTARY CLUB BOX 301 ALGONA, IOWA 50511 Customers Name Address 1 ; Phone ' HACKBERRY 5 to 6 Ft. —. . $ 8.85 LITTLE LEAF LINDEM 4 to 5 Ft. - $ 8.75 5 to 6 Ft. $-9.95 SILVER MAPLE to 6 Ft. $ 6.00 6 to 8 Ft. $ 7.50 8 to 10 Ft. $10.00 RED OAK 5 to 6 Ft. $ 8.95 8 to 10 Ft $14.50 SHADE MASTER LOCUST 5 to 6 Ft. $ 9.50 6 to 8 Ft. $13.50 CRIMSON KING MAPLE 5 to 6 Ft $ 9.25 6 to 8 Ft. Branched $11.95 MARSHALL'S SEEDLESS ASH 6 to 8 Ft. Branched $10.50 SYCAMORE 6 to 8 Ft $ 6.95 8 to 10 Ft $10.50 NORWAY MAPLE 5 to 6 Ft. $ 7.95 8 to 10 Ft. $14.85 SUNBURST LOCUST 5 to 6 Ft. $ 9.85 6 to 8 Ft. $12.85 COLUMN NORWAY MAPLE 5 to 6 Ft. $ 8.50 PIN OAK 4 to 5 Ft $ 7.95 6 to 7 Ft. - $11.50 • THESE PRICES INCLUDES GUARANTEED PLANTING GUARANTEE — We guarantee that nursery stock purchased will reach the purchaser alive and in growing condition, and will replace, free of charge, any that does not, upon receiving your express or freight receipt with statement from the agent showing loss or damage. Any tree or plant that dies the first growing season we will replace at a cost of one-half the regular catalog price, provided customer has paid promptly lor hi* stock as agreed, and provided the report and replacement order are in our hands before October 10th following date of purchase. We guarantee to every customer stock that is true-to-name and absolutely ai represented. Any stock.proven not to be will be replaced free of charge or the purchase price refunded. We cannot be held liable for any damage other than herein named. LuVerne Students Do Well In Music Contest their new great-grandson born to the former Charlys Mittag before leaving for home. This makes two sons and a daughter for the Bri- leys. Roeber, 231, and Jean Meyer, 181. SUN. NITE LEAGUE Carole Penning, 516; high individual game - Carole Penning, 213. LUVERNE (Special) - Students of the LuVerne Community School Instrumental and Vocal Music Departments participated in the Class C music contest at Kanawha this past Friday and Saturday (March 26 and 27). There were 22 solo entries and 15 ensemble entries. The following students re- • ceived Division I ratings: Diane Patterson, Piano solo and Vocal solo; Robert Blake, Tenor solo; Beverly Nelson, Bass Clarinet solo; Layne Lindebak, Trombone solo; Girls Sextet: Diane Patterson, Dafawn Kinne, DebraWolf, Beverly Nelson, Becky Wilhelm and Judy Jergensen; and Woodwind Duet: Barb Marty and Sandra Nelson. The following students received Division II ratings: Dafawn Kinne, Alto Saxaphone solo; Robert Blake, Alto Saxaphone solo; Dale Jergensen, Clarinet solo; Becky Wilhelm, Trumpet solo; Debbie Wolf, Trumpet solo; Becky Coyle, French Horn solo; Cynthia Kiley, Clarinet solo; Jennifer Wilhelm, Trombone solo and Curt Barber, Tuba solo. The following ensembles received Division II ratings: Drum Ensemble, Diane patter- son, Judy Jergensen, VicklGron- bach, David Lenz, and David Abbott; Saxaphone Quartet: Diane Curry, Dafawn Kinne, Holly DeNio and Jeff Bristow; Trumpet Quartet: Becky Wilhelm, Debra Wolf, Linda Barton and Steve Wickett; Flute Quartet: Barb Marty, Sandra Nelson, Becky Hefty and Terry Hinz; Mixed Clarinet Quartet- Diane Pergande, Laurie Hefi., Kathy Hurlburt, and Beverly Nelson. Also, Brass Quartet: Linda Barton, Becky Coyle, Bruce Coyle and Steve Froehlich; Brass Quartet: Becky Wilhelm, Debra Wolf, Jennifer Wilhelm and Jay Schipull; Woodwind Duet: Becky Hefty and Terry Hinz; Mixed Quartet: Diane Patterson, Debra Wolf, Layne Lindebak and Robert Blake; Mixed Double Quartet: Linda Barton, Diane Curry, Becky Coyle, Jennifer Wilhelm, Steve Froehlich, Kim Nielson, Bert Schipull and Rodger Pergande. IK! and Jimmy Shiplers. In California places of interest they visited with the Jimmy Ship- lers were the Aerial Tramway at Palm Springs taking the Tramway cable car to the top of Mt. San Jacinto a height of 8,516 ft. above sea level. This car carries 80 people over these thrilling heights at a time. Also attended the Date Festival at Indigo. In Buena Park a new place called "Cars of Stars" and "Planes of Fame" which houses the world's largest display of celebrity cars and aircraft. Fifteen miles s.w. of Alamogordo, N. Mex., they toured the White.Sands Gypsum Dunes which covers 140,247 acres and is supervised by the National Park Service. At the Neosho, Mo. hospital early Tuesday morning they met SAT. NITE MIXED DOUBLES W L Roebers 86 29 N.I. Appliance 74 38 Barbershop 68 43 Grain Belt 65 50 Lone Rock Tele. 53 63 Pine Room 48 63 Thompson's 31 84 Burr oak Motel 28 83 High team series - Roeber's, 2,246; high individual series Mel Roeber, 568, and Jean Meyer, 494; high individual game-Mel Davis Bunch S.E.S. H &W Schumacher's Well Aces Henry Buscher High indivudual series -Darlene Weber, 446, and Garry Davis, 53 9; high individual game- Darlene Weber, 174, and Jim Schumacher, 217. W 43 35 29 27 27 18 L 17 25 31 32 33 41 MON. NITE LEAGUE COFFEE CUP LEAGUE Idle Hours Black Cats Misfits Sharks Starlets Gutter Dusters W 61 59 56 37 30 20 L 27 29 31 51 58 67 Tall Paul's Pioneer Algona F&F Algona P&H Don's Rec. Chuck Behrs "66" Weidenhoff Universal Lindsay Dunn's High team series - Algona F&F, 2,888; high individual series - Gary Webb, 606; high individual game - Ron Rochleau, 226. W 80 80 77 75 69 66 63 52 33 20 L 44 44 43 49 55 57 61 72 90 104 Kostuth County Advance - 5 Monday, April 5, 1971 Hamm's 501 89,587 Buscher Bros. 489 88,568 Utt Electric 454 87,934 Lone Rock Bank 446 86,925 Pine Room 434 88,567 Wayne Feed 401 86,656 Ed's Standard 373 82,245 High team series - Hamm's, 3,021; high individual series Hank Geilenfeld, 605; high individual game - Dale Johnson, 229. TUES. NITE #2 MEN'S High team series- Idle Hours, 2,126; high individual series- TUES. NITE #1 MEN'S W Bulten Deputies 523 Charlie's 521 Bjustrom's 506 W 70 69 67 56 L 54 54 55 68 PTS. 88,946 88,866 89,207 Weidenhoff DeKalb Moormans Froehlich & Murphy High team series — Schumacher's, 3,024; high individual series - Harold Penning, 555; high individual game - Dick Godfredsen, 208. Everyone needs a systematic savings plan which will fit their budget. We can show you plans for Life, Health and Disability Income Insurance which will not only help you save, but will also protect those dollars you manage to put aside for a future that Is secure and free from financial worries. CAU TH£ M*H WHO WILL NIL? YOU HAH! I MIKE SCOTT Burt I CECIL LONG Algontf I MIKE SMITH Algona Algona Office Ph. 295-3351 is in fullbloom. Savings up to 33% Panty Hose ai Stockings This Spring blossom anew with the beautiful lool Of Kayser panty hose and stockings at savings of U| 33%. Be the loveliest flower of all with a little hel from Kayser's many styles and colors. Save nowi - LAST 5 DAYS - LARRY C. JOHNSON of Algona agent for Farmers Elevator Mutual Insurance Company and Farmers Life Company, recently returned from FEMIC's and Farmers Life Company's 1970 Annual Meeting in Des Moines. THE C. S. SHIPLERS arrived home Tuesday evening after eleven weeks visit with their children and families, Mrs. Charles Mittag, Cleo Shiplers PLANNED FINANCIAL SECURITY FOR MIDWEST FAMILIES Sf J* FRRm/BUREflU HOMI OFPICI . DM MOINII, IOWA • 3°° • 3 50 Party Hose Now 3 pairs S^ 5 6 pairs IF 1 single pair 'I 99 rog.M" Stockings Now 3 pairs Just say charge it.. . THURSDAY, APRIL 8,1971 OPEN HOUSE.' SANDWICHES & COFFEE SERVING FROM 9:30 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. Boneless WITH EVERY TON OF GOLDEN SUN FEED FENTON PRODUCE FENTON, IOWA

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