Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1966
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2-AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, AUG. W '• Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Morgan Have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perskeewitz, Diane and Douglas, of Browerville, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Nagle are "being visited awhile by their daughter, Mrs. Arnold Mulso, of Omaha, Neb. Mr. Mulso has been in service four years and is now dismissed. The family is moving to Mankato, Minn., where he will attend the State College. Mr. and Mrs. James Modrell Vacationed a couple of weeks at the Black Kills, S. D., and were joined by the respective parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Modrell, of Palisade, Neb,, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rohrberg of Glenwood. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons have sold their house on south Thorington street to Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Becker Who have baen living on a farm. They will take possession in November and the Parsons are moving on Sept. 3 into one of the Taylor apartments on south Marian St. The house was once owned by Will Crammond and later sold to the late Hugh Post. . Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post were visited over the weekend by the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Maury White, Des Moines. Maury is a sports writer for the Des Moines Register. Mr .and Mrs. Howard Seeley had as guests Monday the latter's nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Geilenfeld and SHUTS SAL OF SECURITY For Sale YOUR SIDEWALK OF SECURITY BY SEELEY REALTY riuAi This is a very nice family home in an excellent location. It offers a large living room carpeted, large dining room — an extra room which can be used as an office, a den or a downstairs bedroom. There are 3 nice bedrooms arid bath up. Double garage. Paved driveway. Extras are water softener, garbage disposal, incinerator, combination storms A screens. shower and stool in basement. Landscaped with big beautiful maple trees. Attractively priced at $12,750. OTHER TOP HOME BUYS 3 Bedrcorris — Near new 'ranch type ________ ____ $12,900 3 Bedrooms — Comfortable Ranch type ___________ $14,500 3 Bedrooms — 2 down and 1 up ______ ________' ____ $12,800 2 Bedrooms — Close to Catholic Church __________ $13,000 3 Bedrooms — 2 baths, ultra modern kitchen _____ $17,000 3 Bedrooms — Near new — Finished Rec. room. Paved driveway, single garage ____________ _____ $15,000 3 Bedrooms — Family Room — 2 Baths — Carpeted — Built-in Stereo ____! _____ __1 __________ ___________ $18,500 NEW LISTING! A one story home in excellent condition — with living room, dining rom, kitchen with breakfast nook, den or small third bedroom. 2 moderately-sued bedrooms and bath, Near new gas furnace. Stool — partitioned basement. Single detached garage. Priced at $10,500. Seeley Realty Co. X (ov«r SIL) 17'/ 2 E. STATE Paul M. Seeley, Realtor Mjrk A. Seeley LEO FRANKL Office Phone 5-2350 Residenc* Phono 5-3174 children Sieve and Linda, Rudd. Mr. Geilenfeld is a teacher in the Rudd school system. Mr, and Mrs. V«fHon Jensert are leaving Saturday for a two weeks vacation along the.north shore to Duluth, Minn., thence to Lansing, Mich, where they will visit with their son and daughter-in-law Dr.' and Mrs. Robert Jensen and little daughter' List Elaine. Dr. Jensen teaches in the university. He received his degree at Stanford university, California. Mr, and Mrs. James Andreasen have been visited this week by the former's sister Mrs. Richard Smith and four children, of Frankfort, near Chicago. They spent Tuesday at Ringsted with relatives. The Andreasens also had as guest the brother David, of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. John Sterba are moving to Knoxville this week. He has been teaching at the Garrigan school and will teach at Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Haahr and children Calvin,, Verlyn and Carol have returned from a ten days vacation at Yellowstone national park. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall are spending the summer at their vacation home at the Okobojis. Mr. Hall spends as much time there as possible while continuing his work here. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Henry en tertained at dinner July 31 in honor of their son Glen, who has been home from Germany on a 35-day leave. He left Thursday, Aug. 18, and will be in Germany again until June, 1,967. He has been there two years and after returning to the States, will serve four more years. Guests at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. John Holcomb, Nancy and Mary, of Bethany; Mo., Alvin Meyer of Wesley and Joe Worby of Lu- Verne. Joe was an afternoon visitor. Monday, Aug. 8, the Dean Henrys were at Bethany, Mo., to attend the funeral of Lewis Holcomb, almost 18, son of the John JHolcombs, who had been guests of the Henrys July 31. The youth was smothered in grain which was being poured into a storage place. Mrs. Francis Bunting and Mrs, Bea Baldwin have been at Courtland, Minn., visiting with Mrs Kenneth Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Semon are here from San Diego, Calif., vis- Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Johnr son of Amboy, Minn,., announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine, to Robert L. Koppen, son of Mrs. H. P. De Geyra, of VaMe.io, Calif. Both Miss Johnson and Mr. Koppen are employed at Weidenhoff Corporation, Algona. No definite wedding date has been set. iting with various relatives and friends. They are former Al- gonans and Mr. Semon was employed at the creamery with Mads Christensen, His wife is the former Lula Byson. David Passmore, son of Mrs. Helen Sterling Passmore, has received his B. A. degree at Iowa City university and will eventually begin on his master's degree. The Cities Service oil company has been sold to the Gulf oil company but Roy Hutzell, who has been with Cities Service; many years, will retain his same position with the new company. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell attended a family reunion Sunday at Rockwell City. The Lawrence Hutzells stopped-in Des Moines enroute home to see the brother George Hutzell at Mercy hospital. SEEN THESE *. nil si c FRESH ONES? See the 1965 Impalu 4-door Hardtop at Dan's Garage. We have to tell everyone this is a used car. or they think it's new. Buy this and save on a 1 year old model! Every so often a terrific value conies along in a little older car. A local business man's trade-in with factory air, six-way seat, and power everything. Cleanest yet in a 1962. — . -"S SEE • WILLIAM C. DAU * WILLIAM F. DAU, Jr. f TOM FRANKL Dau's Garage 125 S. ALGQNA, IOWA Phone 295-5144 /Kir. and Mrs. Fr«d 6*igfi have had as guests Mr. and Mil. Lyle Diet*, <* Mtqiioketa, trtd Mrs.: George Eenteeke, ft (&dif Rap- Ids. They ire thfe fofmJr Wil< ma and 2oe Burge, nieces of the late Mrs. Ha cry McMurray. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Clnk who live at 306 South Sample street have purchased the late Mrs- Harry McMurray home and will be moving^ into it soon. Mr, and Mr*. Wesley Bartlett spent the weekend at New Sharon with the former's father Df, G. E, Bartlett; i Mr, and Mrs. William DM Jr. have been visited by Mr, and Mrs. Gene Ross of Blandensville, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers are expected here this week from Claremont, Calif., for a visit with the parents Mr. and Mrs. Jess Riddle and other relatives and friends. Mrs. A. J. Eaton attended a doll convention at the Conrad Hilton hotel, Chicago, recently. From there she went to Akron, Ohio, where she visited her brother. John Silkkerveer, returning home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Dau Sr. have had as guests Mr and Mrs. Jess Deen of St. Petersburg, Fla, Thev have been at the Oko- bojis and from here went to Ohio and New York and do not plan to be in Florida until late fall. Other guests have been Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Dudelston of Tru- mansbridge, N. Y., who go to the Keys, Fla. each winter. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer at \Vhittemore, who meet in Florida each winter. ,. Mr. and Mrs. John Grotto are being visited bv their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reed of Macon, Ga. The grand 1 son of the Grottes, Tom Wickman, has been here and working but will enter,the university of Southwest Georgia this fall. Mr. and Mrs. John Grotto and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reed, of Macon, Ga., went to Webster City Sund'ay to see Mr. and Mrs. G. O. TJkers. Mrs. Ukers has not been in good health of late. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harms of Titonka visited the former's mother Mrs. Rose Harms who makes her home here with Mr. and Mrs. John Grotte. Mrs. Kitty Phillips, accompanied by Jon Deim. spent Sunday in Ames,with Jon's mother, Mrs; Erma Lea Deim who attended the last session of summer school at the'College. She beean working Monday at the YWCA in Ames. P.-. The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ifrjichard Moeh have' attended*the liiither Lakeside camp at Okobo- |U. A week ago they brought home the daughter Diane and Sunday they brought Marcey home. College "Heather Hops" take two straight "A's" In skirts'! News: the wonderful saddle, shoulder cardigan and its "just as cardigan" skirt—and the pretty-sister slipon that sports the kickiest-pleat skirt on two legs! It's the coveted "Total Pandora" laok in new-misted, new-hued 100% wool heather! A, Wool heather cardigan, long sleeve, crew neck. Spice, paprika, grape and sky blue 36 to 40 Heather A-line skirt spice, paprika, grape and sky blue 8 to 16 B. Wool heather slip-on, long sleeve crew neck soice, paprika, grape and sky blue 36 to 40 Flannel belted A-skirt, panel front brown, navy and green 8 to 16 9.00 10.00 9.00 10.00 style 6105 style 1930 style 6106 style 1908 ranams fINt STORIS THROUGHOUT ICWA - VARIETY - 4 I // H • I • Over Algona Binder • " " Oversiie Ring v " ue GIRL'S EIDERLON PANTIES White Silts 4 to 14 33 MISSES' KNEE HIGH CAMPUS HOSE Siie 8 Full 48 Cpr. School Pencils • Photo Pack No. 2 Load 25 Count 57 BOY'S Corral Jeans • Siies 4 to 12 • Blue Only '1. 66 SHAEFFER Cartridge Pens 77c with 7 FREg cartridges TYPEWRITER PAPER: 66c Alfwu'i Ufitsl KJtttiM of "Btek-to-Sehool" Suppliu itf ClothiRC lew in stock at.... 300 Count FILLER PAPER 48' Wide iNarow Rule Ladies Rayon TRICOT PANTIES 28 Pastels &Whit« Sizes 5' 10 Mine* BRUSHED ORLON CREW SOCKS 38* Whit. SAVH J tatos Sailcloth ^FMHI^^WwJJ^^H^ 99, American Mad* .White or blade 1 tTrmshtw $^ A A NOW *X.TT

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