Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
Page 7
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Alqono h<muth THURSDAY, D6C * <• A CHILDREN'S FASHION SHOW was given at the annual Kossuth Shrine club Christmas party at the Country club last Wednesday. Pictured are, left to right, back row: Cindy, Sherri, Clare, Cliff and Steve .Sheakley, representing Sheakley's store; and Kristie Rochleau, for S & L. Front row — Janice Easter, Shelly and Jimmie Reding and Tommy Easter, for S & L; and Janet Holtzbauer, Catherine Gotten, Paul Gotten, Vickie Hanselmann and Michael Holtzbauer repre- Grahams store. Photo by Glen Graham. Wesley jives histories to two schools Wesley—Tlic Legion gave tlu book, The American Lagfor Story, to the public library, one to the public sdiool, and one to St, Joseph's Parochial school. The presentation was made by Commander Merle RainuMMen at the Dec. 3 meeting, td Ml* Opal Nygaard for -the library to Richard Madsert- the Corwith Wesley public school, aUdj to Father Zeiman for the p«r6 chial school, Post office windows will b: open all day Saturday, Dec. 17 Sunday dinner guests a Herman- Bode's were the Ken neth Proihaskas and Leonard Prohasfcas, {Jarner/ . Franklin Bodes, Wesley, and Paul Bode Algona. The family dinner wa for birthdays of,Kenneth Pro haska and the second birthdaj of Franklin Bole's daughter JuUa. .. '"•"• '.;••>'. i." Mary Jo Becker began,'work as secretary for the professor of economics at the university in Antes Monday. She had .Completed a 6 months coarse at the Commercial College «bt Mankato, Minn. Dec: L 'Her parents, the Wilfred Becker^ took her to Ames Sunday. Clarence Becker accompanied them and they visited his brother, s the LeRoy Beenkens. v ; • •} Be as choosy as you llke...We have Hard to satisfy customer* art our pleasure at .Christmas timo »>•"«•• our "All-Star" line-up of Brand Namt* U »uro to pletto every time, T! quality apparel you can b* suro of it tho Hob Clothiers this Chn»»ma« Plenty of clerks to help you make your selection except Saturday from now until Christmas Eva. MASTER3ILT know You II find Grant school equipment is auctioned off Ledyard — The remaining equipment in the Grant Consolidated school building was sold at auction last weak Tuesday There were 319 sales, some in eluding more than on© item that brought a total of $1,339.85 .Folding chairs went for $3.75 and arm chairs for $7.50. Bpoks which usually sell well dldn' go as well as they > mlgiht and the school ground equipmen could have brought'-"a littl more ; The piano went to L. C. Gardier, Who is now teaching at Swea City, for $26. Mr. Gardner who was the first superint- mdenit at the Grant school, was nstrumental in its purchase. Proceeds from the sale will be divided, between two school .dis- sricts. Two thirds will go to the Swea City school district, inasmuch as two thirds of. the old Grant Consolidated School area merged with the Swea City, and one-third will go to the Grant Independent school district, which is still, operating until its dispoajbiio'n, is decided by the court. The school building and ad joining land 'has been purchas ed by Myrl Johnson, but the parcel land on the west side o the road has not yet been sold It will be auctioned off within the next two months. There " approximately two . acres; o broken blood vessel in her foot and an immediate operation was performed to save the foot. THIS was the antique clock which was sold to 0. W. Blomster, Swea City, for $61, W. L. (Buzz) Reynolds purchased''!the old school bell for $51. He is a graduate of the school and a former school board member. St. Paul's Lutheran Parochial school at Fairmont will have the stage curtains, which were purchased for $50. Lee Davidson of the Swea City Bank re ported the school also purchas ed numerous other items. . ground in the parcel along with, the lo'rrher siiperintehdents res» Jdence. Swea City woman injured in fall Swea City—Mrs. William Gies fell halfway down the upstairs steps in her home Sunday while preparing for church and is now hospitalized at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. She had EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE \ BEAUTIFUL NEW CUSTOM-MADE In Yellow Gold Filled or Sterling Silver $5.05 Plus $1.00 for each Birthstone • Will take frpip ? to,7 ston*»^ u It's a si'nibbl oryoiir'hatjpy Family Circle. Mother, Dad, and each child is repre- , sen ted by a birthstone. Ench pendant is custom- made to your' order. Pendant Enlarged to Show Detail Every man Iqvss slacks and we have rack upon rack from which you can choose. Patterns or plains, big selection. up MCGREGOR Shirts SHARP'S JEWELRY Algona, Iowa INTERWOVEN SOX FREEMAN ^•^^ «— rm^HBMBVBiaMH^ Broadsides Blast off in Broadsides! Here's the bold beefed-up look for the man with a bit of pirate in his soul. Moccasin with hand-sewn front, or full wing brogue in antiqued brown leather with notched welt, heavy sole. LEUT WEMBLEY TIES A box or two or three pairs will be another "lure-to-' please" gift. Try the new stretch sox that fit everyone. • ' ' t.o Great tie selection, plains, plaids, and stripes — all new, this fall. Regular « ^ * or Redi-Ties. .50 AND UP Our splendid collection of McGregor Sport Shirts are at the top of all Gift Lists. Regular or Tapered Body Styles (for the young men) ... in plaids, paisley or plain colors. We also have a fine selection of for the EXTRA MEN! Van Heusen Holiday Dress Shirt $ 5.00 up shirts f TALL f f "? 1 LEATHER Gloves o VAN HEUSEN dress shirts are still our top-selling gift and there is a reason — Vanopress Van Heusens mean no pressing for mom, longer wear for you. White or patterns. $£00 6 up Choose gloves from either warm knits (some with leather grips) and soft leathers. All sizes. to 4Qub* »*PM» W* shoe sue, giv* * HUi CLQTHIIRS GIFT CERTIFICATE" ALL PACKAGES Gift-Wrapped OF COURSE LEUTHOLDmUAMS L/^

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