Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
Page 8
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fV.V '. - i n» FROM IURO>I I thv and Mrs. i f N, Refteftck home Sunday nipt iftt* Tennis and A./i.. * ! «^i ^ '.<" Players it AOVANCI THUMOAY, JULY * V1W* i . t v . Ac,, »•«'.,, ,i i ,vj * ^ A fortrt« AlfoAtAi, Mr. tM JJK W*M*r • 14MR*, m &e«di f nr,; WhU* the Keneflok* visited their son Michael at rptt Uuderdale. of the WghUghU (rf ,ttiek trip occurred in Ireland iWhcn Dr, afld Mrs, Kenefick met Dr. Paid Kenefick, a cork , Wo have a fine selection WILSON TENNIS RACKETS _. REDUCED PRICES. Also racket- proms, rain covers and WlL* ION FINE QUALITY 4-PLAYIR BADMINTON SETS also at RE- JHJCED PRICES, Also Badminton Rackets and they think may be dJMently related, • ! » IRUNCH AND SHOW1R Mrs* Dtvid Skogstrom was honored Wednesday morning at a brunch and shower at Van'* Gale, Guests were Served a variety of fresh fruit'and rolls, Hostesses for the courtesy were Mesdtihes A. F, Agena, Du- Wayne Klein, Urry Klein, Wen- Shuttlecocks and jfn e e e, . t*j 20-fobt net! BECKER ing Good* Sport EAST OP LEGION HALL Alfpn* dell Feaater, Kyle Keith and William Finn. Mrs. Skogstrom is the .former Ann Uaase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haaae. ENTERTAIN AT LUNCHEON Mrs. Wade Sullivan entertained a small, group at luncheon for. Miss Venca SnodgraM of Chicago last tliunday. Quests were Mrs. Theodore Hutchteon, Mrs. O. W. Stillman v and Ann Kenefick.' Mies Shodgraaa has been staying at «the J. N. Kene- ficlc home while Dr. and Mrs Kenefick were in Europe. She is Mrs; Kenefick's sister. « t > * i DINNER GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher Sr entertained at a 6'o'clock din korti of AfgttMl m«d of »*H* icukemii »t Pert ttodg*Monday» MM. Robert MeOrath •lid swt Mark spent the past week at the Pat Murphy home. Judy Murphy, Omaha, was wme over the Weekend, and Cathleen returned to Omaha Sunday for a two week stay with her, sisters Betty and Judy. Jehu Clark, ton of the Homer 21arks, arrived in the States at San' Diego, Monday morning for Further assignment. He has been in the South Pacific and Viet Nam urea aboard the destroyer USS Porterfield for the past seven months. He called his parents Sunday night from 400 miles at sea and again Tuesday night irom California. During a short leave he will be visiting several former Algona relatives and friends in the u>s Angeles area,. Judy Thomson, daughter of the, Leo Thomsons, Sexton, reg istered Tuesday for the fall term at Morningside college, Sioux City. /Cathy Hatch, daughter of Mrs; Duane Jensen; Algona, also registered there. Both girls are 19tty Algona high'school graduates, and were taken to Sioux City by their'mothers. T(»t niece of Mr. Don Pries- kdfh Don's Mtt. M; d. t ._ ,_._. Dodge, fhe local Pri«kow« at- teticied funefil services ther* eft Wednesday; She Ui survived by her parents, three lotii, one sister and three brothers. A per was held Saturday eventa* for Bert Cronan in honor of hii 90th birthday. Wra* AHMn THE SENSATKH1AL ' !. , 1 . . . i 1 - I ', r' .'. SHY DANGINQ STARTS AT 9K» P.M. '''' ' ' HOTEL ALQOMft returned recently _ day visit to Glacier and Yellowstone national parks and also tf visit with the daughter and son- in-law at Coeur d' Alene, Uahdi While stopping for coffee at i lodge in oiacier park, they not* ed a young man staring at them and when he introduced himself, it was ex-Algonan Bob .Garms, who is working at Glacier park during the summer between cot* tege years. He was a lifeguard at the Algona Country duo swimming pool the past, two years. . »# Oars collide hara Sunday afttrnooN Cars driven by Michael J. Drei yer, 16, Algona. and Mareii Lynn Grandgenett, 18, rural Algona, collided at 2:36, p,m. Sun? day at the interesection of Kenj nedy and Thorington streets in Algona. , „- "*' Dreyer's 1956 < Chevrolet was going south on Thoringtdh when it collided with the Grandgen,ett auto which was Headed east on Kennedy. Damage of 1110 waa sustained by the Dreyer machine, while the 1958 Grandge nett Chevrolet received some $150 damage. Dreyer was charged with failure to yield the right of way. Haw officers far Ledyard Legion Lodyard — Monday the Legion Post elected officers for 1966J 1967: Cammandeir, OrviUe Brandt; Vice, Gus Simonsmeier^ adjutant, Glen Klocke, and Fl? nance r officer, M?lyin They succeed'Everett Thoi commander; Orville Bram vice commander; Lawrence T( nes, adjutant and Lavern wards, finance officer. Lyle genson reported on Boy's State in June. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE , s< /> /. it . . .. ,, _ _ _ CLOSE-OUT CAR "SAIL ' - ., / ill-* 11 ^ ' ' ' ' ' " Looked H ap the other day and discovared we have been sailing along far 36 yaars in Algoni, and decided to celebrate with the biuest CLOSE-OUT SAIL BONANZA avar! ... . t . . ... .. . ) ^ 36 days of Hw Mil bir|ilM li flw am. A tappl* of n«w can h slock: OLDSMOBILES RAMBLERS 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 98 Town Sedans, TurquoiM and Whito. Air Conditioning and Tilt Sttoririg with full power standard oquipmtnt. Toronado Hardtop Coypo. Front who»l drlvo. .The greatest fool in motorinf . Air Conditloninf and full 'power itandard, Autumn bronio color. Delta II Sodan*. Almond Boifo and Lucerne Mist. The nicest and m««t plush of the It's, Equipped the way you want thorn loss factory air conditioning. Polta II Hardtop Sedan. Air Conditioned, of course, with full complement of equipment. Jttittr II — the economy champ of the It's The most car ind whotl bast to bo found for the price; Autumn bronio and full power. . Dynamic II S«d«n«, Almond Boigo or Aqua. The brtad> winnor of the ll'i. Only two loftl Dynamic II Hardtop Coup*. Vinyl roof, A sleek model for the sport or young »t heart, Lucerne Mist and Black vinyl roof, I 1 r 2 1 1 1 Ambassador DPL Sport Coupe, Blue with vinyl roof, Real class for a modest price, • f " ' '• • 990 Ambassador Demonstrator. Air Condi* , tionod 4-door with full power and contoured seating 250 H.P. , ISO Ambassadors. 155 H.P. 4-door Sedans. American Motors' most popular car for 2nd straight year. ISO Station Wagon. Solid Whito with over•drive, Economy with siiel Classic 770 4-door Sedan. Automatic trans. Brisbane Blue with 145 H.P. ongino. American Hardtop, A swoot little car with lots of got up and go and economy, tool Spcial Fiolory DiicoHnti Paiud On To You! Mf 4-door Stdsni. Bju* or Groon, With or without power. Oldtmobile quality and rido at Chovy or Ford prices. I Sif William F, Dau — Tern Frankl — W. C. Dau During Business Hours Qr CtH For After' Hours Appointmont Sail In Today! OLOSMOBILE & RAMBLER TfetMENDOUS VALUES IN MEN'S AND BOYSWEARI BUY NOW FOR THE HOT, WEATHER AHIAOI 65 MEN'S SUITS - «« HP TO • ALL MEN'S SUMMER SUITS AND SPECIAL GROUP OF "YEAR-ROUND'.' SUITS. SIZES 37 TO 46. REGULARS, SHORTS and LONOS PRICED IN TWO GROUPS ONLY. S. ALQONA, IOWA 11 'U MEN'S SPORT COATS s - Drastic Reductions - All men's Sport Coats from our Regular stock — REDUCED UP TO 50/.. Summer weights and regular weights." Special prices! - • ' ; Priced from '12.88 COMPLETE CLEARANCE OF ALL MEN'S DRESS Straw Hats v 2 Price MEN'S NEW CORDUROY JEAN STYLE MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SIZES 29 TO 38 MEN'S COTTON WASH ?N WEAR Waiit Siie« 29 to 40 V«luti to $5.95 Shorts Save up to Va off -.-.. • "•..-. V •':•• >' i . . . ;•-,'•'•', Sport Shirts f Short Slotvo f Valut* to $2,91 6 to II From our regular stock of famous name men's Sport Shirts. t) Wash 'n wear and no-iron fabrics • Button-Down Collars • H«nloy Nocks • Knitwetr Priced from $2.88 MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT DRESS SLACKS All new styles — * Wool , and pacron blends or Dacron Blend Wasn 'n Wear Fabrics. Sizes ?9 to 46. Big Values! Priced from $6. AH. JTYIIS t »Hf Pried from »1.99 •'/f•''••'•: ' --• '-' ^9 " W jMBipSMlfjevVMv ipMi

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