Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 19, 1966
Page 8
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i-ALOONA (lewe) ADVANCI MONDAY, Mttlf, If* ETTT:^ STTV'i or AIO is th« fofmef CUlf Young home hear Call state batk. Mr. efMTAAri, Eugene Murtefh left test week Saturday for a month's vacation trip through the Northwest, Mr* end Mrs, Harold Ollmore left today (Monday) for the Bast BY MOLLY M«<DONAl.D Glenn TfcheMer, sen of Mrs. lans recently purchased Medlar's Joe Tschetter, left last week for Iowa City where he begins his freshman year at Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ander Photography Studio in Spencer. While there the Andersons attended a service at the Congregational church conducted by son drove to Spencer last week i Rev.^ Gerald Halleuer, formerly Sunday to visit Mrs. Anderson's °f Algona, sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Devlan. The Dev- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rich moved into their new home Sept. 9. It WISE SHOPPERS WON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN! Vinyl Cushion Reg. $2.59 sq. yd. Sq. Yd. , 12 Ft, Widths GOOD COLOR SELECTION Offer Good 7 p.m. — 9 p.m. MOONLIGHT MADNESS CARSON S FOR COLOR 210 E. State Algone, Iowa Phone 295-3737 where they will vim theif ;hter and son-in-law, Dr. and vlrs. S. G. Klebanoff and children of Ossining, N. Y. the Gil' mores will also Visit Mrs. Gil* ntore's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. James D, Keister of Canajoliarie, N. Y. Mre. Jamas Everds it in St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Min nesota, where she had surgery last week Friday, Mr. and Mr§. Elmer Waltar left this weekend for Albert Lea, Minn., where Mr. Walter will assume his duties as bust ness manager for Lea college, a tiew four-year college which is opening this fall. Bill Bartlttt, ten of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bartlett, left Sept. 8 for Sioux City where he is a senior at Morningside college. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meulten took their daughter Susan to Mt. Vernon Friday Where she began ler freshman year at Cornell. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ferris have iiAfmd theli- new Steven James. The beby WAS born Sept. 1 at St. Ann. The Alt' dreasens have two other chii* dren, Joh and Amy. Mr .and Mrs, torn Rich recent' ly took their son Jetty to CoUfi- cil Bluffs where he is attending the Iowa School.for the Deal. Mr. end Mrs, Richard Cowan left Friday for Racine, Wis.. where they attended the wed" ding Saturday of Patricia Ferris and Allen Andreasen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore entertained their couple's bridge club last Saturday evening. The group went first to the Country Club for dinner. Roger Ferris, son of Mr. end Mrs. Gerald Ferris left last week Sunday for Ames where he is a student at Iowa State. Mrs. Mel Griffin spent two days in Garner recently visiting her daughter Kathleen who is teaching there. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith and Bob drove to Iowa City Friday where Bob is enrolled as a freshman at Iowa. Earlier, Bob drove his brother Mike to Winona, Minn., where Mike began his senior year at St. Mary's. tar the fid Schumachers, of Pln«' Bluff, Ark., of the birth of ft girl Sept. 12. There are now thre« boys and two girls ill the family, Mil. Schumacher is the former AKce Ptttzfttuek. > Mr, end Mrs. Bill §e»ler State Conservation officer of Kosduth county have moved to Hurt, , i. Red Orosi workort bo|ln find-raiftinc Burt — Kossuth County Red Cross fund raising workers are in progress of raising about $4000. Various organizations will make the ditty bags containing personal items to be sent for Christmas. Captains in the area are; Mrs. Gustafson, Ledyard; Mrs. Robert Dr. end Mrs. Robert McMahon M TI,,.«^.., *«.. T«..,» r-i*., le£t last week Friday for Fort eft Thursday for Iowa City Sam Houston at San Lynch, Seneca; Greenwood; Mrs. Mrs. Wolf, Schissel, Lakota; Wallace Hawcott, Burt; Leander Vaske, Ramsey; Mrs. Rose Schmidt, Plum Creek; Mrs. Chas. Bormann, Whittemore, Mrs. Nielsen, LuVerne; Herman Welhousen, Titonka; Tom Barry, Bancroft. M»M»MMM«ffte«»t»< By N1LL OPHtlM Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Steven artd sons William and Thomas of Correll, Minn., wert test Wed' nesday evening supper guests of his aunt, Mrs. Nell Opheim. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum enjoyed a few days of fish ing and rest the past week at Lake Okoboji, returning home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hovey, Algona visited Tuesday evening at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Hovey. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zaugg and Angela were also visitors the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruis- mann enjoyed a visit recently with a cousin from California whom they had not seen for a number of years. Frank's sister Henrietta' Holliday, of Des Moines also visited here, taking the cousins back to DCS Moines with her. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schu- Tofti tnd Oinftjr trf wet fe wwtend visttpts at the home of her mother, Mrs. NellOpheinv Mr. and Mrs. Claire Hovey, Carol and Jimmy were Sunday evening visitors at Pecaftontas at the home of Ms terther-iii'liaw and sister, Mr. and .Mrs. Larry Teachout. Tomatoes John Longstreet, Primghaf, needs a ladder to pick the toma^ toes from his 10-ft. v tall vine which is growing in his garden WeJMsetaSspi.21 Af THi METHODIST CHURCH Oorwith, Iowa Sarvlng will begin at 5:00 p.m. Adults —$1.80 Children (6 to 11 years) 75c Children (under 5 years) 50c .||||IMlllllliHIIIHMilHiiH»H< n f I i TTe • eeee»«»*;" w ""T . ' - • - '' v • "•'"' PILLOW CLEANING SERVICE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21 ELK DRY CLEANERS 9 TO 5 P.M. ; :: All pillows Indlviduelly renoveted end back on your beds ••seme day. Pillows cleened, fluffed, deodorized, end new •> ticking. All for $1.99. 1111II111111II111111IIIII n» I l-M.l H 111 H II 1-H-l-H Mr. Ferris had a check- daughter Patricia to Allen Vndraasen on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk drove to Des Moines Sunday with their daughter Cheryl who is beginning her freshman year at Drake university. Their son Gary had gone down a few days earlier. is a senior at Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohennon and Ann left Saturday for Columbia, Mo., where Ann Will be a freshman at Christian college. Tom Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, will leave this Thursday for Maryville, Mo., where he is a student at Northwest Missouri State. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen took their daughter Sue back to Minneapolis last weekend where she is a student at St. Barnabus school of nursing. She had b2ien home for a month's va cation. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kees and Pamela left Friday for Missouri. Pamela will be a freshman at Christian College in Col umbia, Mr. and Mrs. James Andrea- Wednesday Night 7 to 9 p.m. CLOSE-OUT Wrangler Jeans 1 OFF CLOSING OUT LARGE SELECTION OF WRANGLER JEANS REGULAR PRICE Berkshire Hosiery REGULAR STOCK NEW COLORS 1.09 pair Dacron Comforters • BEAUTIFUL DACRON FILLED COMFORTERS • FLORAL PATTERNS « SPECIAL PRICES g "Home of Quality 'Since 1870" Antonio, Tex., where Mr. McMahon will undergo nine wesks of training including a week at Brooks army hospital. They then expect to bs stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahoa, and his wife is the former Mary Ray Knoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knoll. Corene Frideres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Friederes, arrived home Thursday from her summer job in Rochester, Minn. On Saturday, she left for•• Iowa City where she is a student at he university. Mr. end Mrs. Darrell Parcel were visited last week Monday >y' Mr. Parcel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Parcel of Titonka and Mrs. Wanda Albright, also of Titonka. Mr. end Mrs. James Merryman drove to Mt. Vernon Thursday with their son Dan who is a student at Cornell. Mrs. Robert McCullough end Bruce drove to Des Moines last week. Bruce is enrolled at Drake, transferring from Buena Vista. Mr. end Mrs. Cerl Nelson end Ron drove to Ames recently where Ron began his freshman year at Iowa State. Dwight Frideres, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Frideres, trans? ferred to Iowa State at Ames this fall. He had completed two years at Fort Dodge Junior college.- ,Mr. end Mrs. J. I. Merryman are being Visited by their daughter, Mrs. Leon Glynn of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Cerl Nelson is leaving tomorrow (Tuesday) for Virginia* Minn., to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Haapaniemi. Mr. Nelson and Gary will join them for the weekend. Mrs. Merilyn Kuester, Charlie, Steve and Danny spent the weekend in Vermillion, S. D,, visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Potter. Mrs. Helen Putzstuck, Algone, received word from her daugh- HUNDREDS OF ITEMS LADIES' COSTUME JEWELRY 1 '/ 2 OFF COZY COVERS BATHROOM ACCESSORIES For wastebaskets, tissue boxes, rugs, seat and tank ; covers and bathroom scales. 7-PC. Cookie Cullers Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving Reg. 79e NOW 25 ELECTRIC HAIR CUTTING SET Reg. $9.00 NOW S 7 VANITY MIRRORS Reg. $5.95 NOW TWO FLASHLIGHTS Reg. $3.00 Now §129 For Car, Home, Boat, Office ROSEMARY Hair Selling GEL R«g. $1.00 QUART THERMOS JUG Reg. $2.25 Now $ 49 DON'T MISS "MOONLIGHT MADNESS" WEDNESDAY SEPT. 21st! RUSK DRUG and JEWELRY 117 E. STATE ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-2349 We're WHEELING and DEALING Overstock Salo NOW IN PROGRESS We're Only Human . . , end we goofed . . . sale items ere all regular stock, fine quality merchandise .., Some are pieces left ever from groups, some ere items that we thought would be fast movers, but the buyer hesn't shown up for them y*»' BIFT HOUSE STAMPS, TOO! 2Q9 f • STATE ALGONA, IOWA ASVf%V.Wf%%> SHOP t SAVE Two Big Hours 7 Ml. TO 9 P.M. DURING MOONLIGHT MADNESS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2UI PHONE W-5W4

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