Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

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Thursday, July 28, 1966
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USE ADVANCE WANT ADS MOSEY ON DOWN TO MODE-0-DAY! loway's Biggest Savings-Texas Style #fr& *->ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCI THURSDAY, JULY 21, IN* Shower given for newlyweds in Swea-fagio Swea-Eagle — A reception and miscellaneous shower was given for the Parker Larimers, July 17 at Immanuel Lutheran Social hall. Mrs. Larimer is the daughter of the Ralph Walkers, Swea City. They live at Marion, where she has been teaching and he works. They were married June 25 at Marion. He is the son of the Parker Larimers, Sr. Oxford. Mrs. Robert Barslou, Jr. had the guest book. Mrs. Carroll Viland, Elmore, Mrs. James Johnson, Ledyard, and Mrs. Jerry Wegner, Fairmont, had charge of gifts. Taking gifts were Dori Walker, a sister, Sheri Alderdyce, a niece, and Rhonda Montgomery, Swea City, and Terri Viland, Elmore. Mrs. Glen Clark had devotions and the Cecil Tboresons sang accompanied by Mrs. Gregor Deim. Mrs. Martin Dahl poured coffee and Pearl Dan] cut the cake. Punch was served by Mrs. Dale Farland. Mrs. Ed Peterson had charge of the buffet table. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanr son. Waitresses were Mrs. AT- dyce Keith, Forest City, Joan Montgomery Dolliver, and Judy Montgomery, Swea City. Hostesses were Mesdames Harvey L. Larsen Otto Pringel, Harold Jones, Joseph Johnson, Roy Erhardt, Allen Montgomery, Minnie Kylen, Gordon Jones, Glen Clark, Clifford McGregor, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker. HURT ON SCOOTER Eugene Guinn, 14, son of the Ormal Guinns, received severe injury when he was riding his motor scooter last week. He had been working in the bean field and when he didn't return at the expected time, his parents went looking for him. He was thrown from the scooter and has been in a semi-conscious state, until Sunday when he rallied He has been at the hospital at Estherville. LITTLE GIRL DIES Anita Gueniet, a'/a, daughter of the Douglas Guerdets, died' at the hospital at Estherville, July 2. She had been in failing health all of her life. Services were held at St. Mary's church, Armstrong. She is survived by her parents, three sisters and one brother.The Leo Guerdets, and Roy Brodersons, South Dakota, are grandparents. The Terry Johnsens were Sunday guests at Truman Johnson's and the Beryl 'Bromleys were afternoon and supper guests. Mrs. Kenneth Hoss and children, Le Mars, spent a week with her parents, the Leo Guerdets. She came for the funeral of a niece, Anita Guerdet, daughter of the Douglas Guerdets. Art Spear, Sherburn, Minn, was a visitor at Ola Johansons, Swea City, one day last week. The Leo Neubauers and Mrs Elnora Paul, Iowa Falls, were Sunday guests of the Marlin Pauls. Sandy went home with her grandmother for a week. The Tom Prestons were guests of the Warren Barbers at Gull Lake, Minn, a few days. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN!" WHILE THEY LAST! CHERRY PIES 2 FOB 25 C • Bread e) Buns 9 Rye Bread •) Tea Biscuits • Finger Rolls FOR S100 5 ™ '1 PAN ROLLS 10° per pan Oatmeal — Date — Lemon HI 1st Dozen Reg. Price 2nd Dozen 10* FINN'S BAKERY 120 E. State AUOONA, IQWA Phone 295-5213 ZENDER STRAW HATS V* off Sport Shirts ValMs From $55.90 $44 Valaes From $65.00 $40 NOW IN PROGRESS NOW! •'<*•• MEN'S SWEATERS ODD SIZES 50% off SHORTS SUMMER WEIGHT SPORT COATS 20% off BERMUDA LENGTH PAJAMAS Cotton or Dacron & Cotton 20% off BOYS SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS and KNIT SHIRTS 30% off BOYS Broken Sim !4 off BOYS Lightweight JACKETS Sim 4-20 Buy Now For Back Te School BOYS SUIT! Vioff Qiilily MMI I Boys Clothiif ^^^•^^•^^^•^^•^•^P ^^^^^^^^^I^^BRI ^^Bir ^Hijp ^piijiimRj^^^ ^mfBHutJiiiiiijiff VRW viiRn ^^"•ll^BBl^^^ Quality Nut I Boy* ALGONA, IOWA

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