Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
Page 14
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in its'dew... (and save $$ too!) Helena Rubinstein Skin Dew* $ 11 value, now only $ 6 Gin your skin the day and night moitturt It cravM. M Daytime, use SKIN DEW MOISTURIZING EMULSION, an invisible beauty treatment you wear under make-up,Starts to end dryness immediately. Nights or nap-time, SKIN DEW MOISTURE CREAM helps fight wrinkles! Keeps skin soft, supple, smooth and contains exclusive Collagen Protein. Also available: 6.50 value, now only 3.50 Limited Tim* Only L •-ALOONA (fewa) ADVANCI fHUMOAY,NOV.3,1W6 *».-- BurtwoMR wins talent contest A special meeting of the Farm Bureau was held at the Farm Bureau office in Algona Oct. 29 for the RAVE contest (Rural Amateur Variety Entertainr mefttj. Mrs. Roscoc Maiwdsley Jr., Burt accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Thees Schnaketir berg, LuVerne sang a patroitic number and won in the county. She will go to the district contest at Garner Nov. 5. Mrs. Henry Anderson, Logan, visited her mother, Mrs. Lottie Isenbergeir Friday to Monday and helped her move to Bancroft for the winter. Mrs. Anderson is the former Stella Isenberger. The J. P. Stevens, Mrs. Bernadine Opheim, Dawn and John, spent Sunday in Ruthven ait Milton Stevens home. The annual 4-H Award night will be 'held Nov. 11 at the Burt Legion Hall for Burt Blue Birds, Plum Creek bays and the Plum Creek Elite club. OPERETTA FRIDAY The Operetta "Ruddigore" or "The Witches Corse" oy Gilbert and Sullivan will be given Friday, 8:16 p.m., Nov. 4 at Burt Community scih'ooi by a cnorus of 40 vo.ces. Tnoue who have leading roles are Patty fcheuibon, Norma Harms, Linaa Becker, Boyd iJristow, Howard Batt, Jr., Joiin Fries, Clint Pan- ioram, Jim RnunKe. it is direct- fcu oy Mrs. Erna Grover. WINS SCHOLARSHIP •Saturday and Sunday the Crainiitonii aittamded Parents week at Winona, Miiuitfowj. Their daughter Claudes*! aibtends St. Tnert'oa. College and laut we-ek received No. 1 raiting in her chemistry class which, adds $100 0.1 her senolarsimp. The Cranstons attended "Tue Sound of Music" given by collage students. LIBRARY DISPLAY Oct: 31 - Nov. 5 is National OhiWrens Library Week. Tae dispky in the Burt Public Library window was designed by seven boys and girls: Cindy Cranston, David Hanson, John Chipman, Margaret ' Devine, Franklin Becker, Stephen Becker and Sidney Karels. Honsbruch Drug VYOUR ALGONA REXALL STORE" \^ W->S^ ENSUS There Will be flo idiftdi it Burt school Nov. 9 bec»uM oi Parent-Teacher cOfiletWKft, Mr*, Lulu RingSdOrt, 8? ( U ill at her home following a stroke Saturday, The F. L. Ryersoria, Seiini Olii'ton and Lulu Haweott had dinner at the Bungalow .Forest City, and spent some time at ft* lot Knob Oct. 26. ; Birthday Circle will ffieet Nov. 10 with Mrs. Clara Van Steeniberg. Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman spent Thursday in Algona. She had dinner with Mrs. •• Carrie King and spent the afternoon with Mrs. Elizabeth Schenck. The O.E.S. Past Matron* club will meet Nov. 10 at Ellen Holmgren's with Jessie Miller and c/rma Pratt assisting. Roll call is a now food product tried. The program is by Lulu Haw. cott and rithel Dremmel. 1 he U & I Circle will meet Nov. 8 at Marion Westling's. Roll call is to bring something made for Christmas. The Alvin Keepers, Cylinder, Glen Graham and Marion Chipman were gue&ts Oct. 29 at Jay D. Graham's tor Jay D. Graham's birthday. Sunday the Kenneth Grahams, Mason City, were guests. Oct. 30 the Richard Chipman's and Edith Chipman visited C. B. Cnipman at Mercy hospital in Mason City. His room is 451. On Saturday the Myron, Chipmans, Ames, and Lawrence Umpmams visited C. B. Chipman. Tae Bruce Crainstons attcndr ed homecoming at Baena Vista at Storm Lake recently. Mr. Cranston is a director Of the Alumni Association and attend- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced ^mbalmers and Funeral Directors — •— ' RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE .•••••- — •— — ,;;;,. , : ^ ' Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 889-2796 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 986-1006 — 986,1001 —. 8*6,1970 «d * board meeting there that ••• -• •-•-• ifcy fot the Vfll be held at Lakota dtV. .-.-•:.'-'.. . .., V- . ., •: •. Harry sewick, Iroton, was a guest Friday to Sunday,of his afcteiY MM, Art Leasoft; Lufa Sewick, Forest City, also came for the weekend. Guests day were Paid Drcnunels. Saturday. Mabel Leasoti, Algotta wa« a guest. , The Walter Campneys, A. C.- Hinckleys, Darrell Davies, Mrs. belbert Sch alter attended the Christian Workers school it Emmetsburg Sunday. l<# VAU1^V<VIWBB»7 . 1^^ •— ; lief o^fctifi* Sanday «.-,•»»,:: mS*&£*m-&& and'|1§ At Good dlst Church. ifhe -fffJL met Burt schoolhousc- ed were: Ptesi Presthus; vice'pies.. the sec., ' Dlann /iieting 7 Nov. 8 Sol , , Marion Chipman Visited a Burt reaves a«d fore going to Punto Ctorda, it sev* and Fla. Truckload Chair SELL-A NOW SAVE UP TO $20 ON THESE OUTSTANDING CHAIR VALUES. AH chairs shown above are pictured in our store and ready for delivery to your home. All are in top grade nylon fabrics with spot repellant, foam rubber cushion. Many colors and styles to choose from. 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