Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1965 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 11, 1965
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I^AUONA (lewa) ADVANCt MONDAY, JAN. 11, 1965 Joint Legion and auxiliary meeting, Burt Burt — Regular joint meeting of Legion and Auxiliary was held in Legion hall Tuesday, Jan. !i with 8 Auxilary and 6 Legion members present. Hostesses were Frances Smith and Thecla Christcnsen. Vice-Pros., Elva Boelchcr presided. The Mid-year Conference will be held at Hotel Fort Des Moincs Sunday, Jan. 31 and Monday. Feb. 1. Luclla McWhor- Icr was elected as delegate. Two dallars was donated to the Mental Health program. Cards were sent to Gencvicve Graham at University hospital in Iowa City. 805 butternut coupons were sent to the Butternut Club. Sewing meeting will be held Wednesday. Jan. 13, with Leona Lacy as hostess. frnnkfort and spent the day with a niece Maria, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Darghoorn and family. The Dvoraks plan to be home next summer. PLAN SHOWER There will ba a miscellaneous shower for Judy Abbas at Burt ! Methodist church Saturday, at 17:30 p.m.. Jan. 10. Judy, daugh- jter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ah| has, former Burt residents, now : living at Cross l^ake, Minn., will ! wed Thomas Hosier of Rcmcr, ! Minn, in February. He is in the (Navy. EASTERN STAR MEETS Regular meeting of Kossuth Chapter No. 201 O.E.S. will be held Tuesday. Jan. 12 at the hall. There will be public installation of new officers after the meeting. NEW STORE Robert Kngstrom has opened a Westingliouse appliance store in Algona. E. E. Pcttis will have charge of the store in Burt. RETURN FROM GERMANY Mr. and Mrs. Sunnier Parsons returned Wednesday, Jan. 6 j from a holiday vacation in Ger-: many with their daughter Bar-! bara and husband, Pfc. Ray I Dvorak stationed near Frankfort. They went Dec. 16 on a jet plane Lufthansa German Mr- lines. On return trip they left Frankfort at 1:15 p.m. and reached Des Moincs at 8 p.m. the same day, traveling 630 mi. per hour at 37,000 ft. Their son Russell met them in DCS Moincs. On Christmas day they went to Emden, 300 miles north of FOR SALE Lovely 3 bdrm. ranch style home, with garage. Carpeted throughout. Newly decorated inside and out. Need for larger home necessitates ou'r selling, h you are looking for a comfortable home complete with built-in oven, finished rec. room, plus built-inv galore, then this is tlv: home for you! This home can be seen at 202 Sooth Main, 1 block due South of the Presbyterian Church. For appointment Call Phil Diamond 295-5595 2tfn The high school students will have a dance Saturday, Jan. 23. January 15 is the end of the semester. The Burt Co-op Elevator will have their annual open house and Dollar Day on Tuesday, Jan. 10. The Fortnightly Club has been postponed to Friday, Jan. 15, at the home of Lydia Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were guests Sunday at the August Rosenthal home in Fairmont, Minn., and were over night guests at the Herman Bussic home. They were dinner guests Monday at the Emil Eimers home, Ferry Steward returned to his college work after spending the holidays at home. He is a senior ancl will graduate in the spring as a science teacher. The Jolly Ten Club Had a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday, Jan. '5 at the home of Charlotte Ha: beger in observance of her bir- thuay. Jay D. Graham was also a guest as it was also the Graham's 55th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman 'and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chipman and Jim of Bancroft lelt Tuesday for Montgomery. Ala., to visit the Russell Chipman family. Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham and Joe visited at the John Emmert home in Mason City Sunday. Other guests were the Christy Olson family of Blooming Prairie, Minn., and the Glenn Grahams, who stopped on their way home from Cedar Falls and alter taking Gary back to school. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Matson, Denver, Colo, returned home last week Wednesday after several days visit at the Jay D. Graham home, He is a nephew of Mrs. Graham. Algoua girl married Kullicrinc Louise Feaster, daughter of the Wendell Feasters, and William J. Sigsbee, son of the Marian Sigsbees, Sa- rarola, Florida, were married Dec. 29 at the Presbyterian church in a candlelight service at 7:30 p.m. Dev. Walter F. Morz ofiiciatecl at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father and attended by Saudi Cook, maid of honor, and Mary Ann Sigsbcc, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Deborah Hackney was the flower girl and Jim Elbert the ring bearer. Best man was Robert Park, of church for 200 following the ceremony. Patricia Hackney had the guest book; Mr and Mrs Frank Sailer were greeters. Mi: Alexandria, pond, Des groomsman. Va., and Jack Vi- Mo'ines, was the Ushers were Den- .iis Waller, Floyd Knutson and Dennis Knutson, both of Humboldt, and Jack Price, Milbank, S. D. Richard Fcastcr, brother of the bride, was soloist accompanied by Mrs Richard Mawdslcy. and Mrs Willis Colwell were host and hostess. Mr and Mrs Gail Haase served punch. Cottee was poured by Mesdames Sheldon Meaner, Minneapolis, and Merle Pratt. Mrs Russ Waller and Mrs Harley Knutson cut the wedding cake. Waitresses were Jackie Rowley, Mary Misbach, Sharon Meaner, Minneapolis, and Judy Sigs- boe. Patricia Peterson and Karen Alt opened the gifts. Out of town guests were irom Minneapolis, Gilmore City, Bradgate, Rolfe, Humboldt, Mallard, Iowa City, Storm Lake, Alexandria, Va., DCS Moincs and Milban,k, S. D. Tnc couple arc living at 202 Stadium Park, Iowa City. She is employed .at the First National bank and he is a senior at hcf home from the Luthefaft hospital, Fort Dodge, following surgery. Carol and Skip Fish, Des Moi! nes, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Fish. Mr and Mrs Joe Koilba, Mr and Mrs Harvey Hankin and Bert Meyers and Ann were Sufi' day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Lawrence, Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs H. C. Welter accompanied Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig, Wesley, to Eldora Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs Welter's niece, Mrs Irene Sha- fcr. Mr and Mrs John Voss Sr. of LuVerne visited New Year's eve at the Joe Ezarski home. Tom Mullin left Tuesday for Phoenix, Ariz., to visit his brother and wife, Mr and Mrs William Mullin and then will leave to his army duties at El Toro. Calif. Mr and Mrs John Oxley and Gary, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Jurgensen and Jim were New Year's eve guests of Mrs Elsie Oxlcy at an oyster stew. Mr and Mrs Jerry Jurgensen and twins, of Northfield, Minn., visited Sunday at the Clarence Jurgensen home. Mrs Clarence Jurgensen visited her mother, Mrs Clara Wolfe, LuVerne, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jack Richard and family of Iowa Falls, were Sunday guests at the Ben Krebs home. Mr and Mrs Art Kraft and family, Renwick, and Mrs Gary Reynolds, Fort Dodge, visited Friday afternoon at the Charles Hanim home. Mr and Mrs Arthur Livingston lelt Monday morning for Lake Bfeiida. Mr aiid Mrs Charles Higgle returned to their home Wednesday after a week's vacation with their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs A. F. Artie at tttlsa, Okla. Mr and Mrs James Veldhotise and son Jim ipettt the weekend with her parents, Mr and MM Cleon McCarthy at St. Cfio* Falls, Wis. A reception was held at the the university. VALUABLE COUPON This Coupon & 40c will admit one (including rental if needed) Wednesday, Jan. 13th STAR ROLLER RINK ALGONA, IOWA LeRoy Lau, Owner I 1 ' NOCTURNE The diamonds outshine the evening stars,.. and they're set in 18-karat extra precious gold Radiant diamonds are wed to your choice of gleaming 18-karat white or yellow extra precious gold in this tribute to everlasting love. You will find Nocturne a wise choice for beauty, quality, and true value, "Nocturne" has a wedding cir« clette to match at g modest addi-. tional cost, YOUR PURCHASE UP TQ A FULL YEAR TO PAY REGISTEDED JEWELED ALGONA. IOW A AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY flngi end DlooionJi f a1o/g*d loihpw deloll Corwith lady breaks wrist and shoulder Corwith — Alma Heise fell at her home Christmas night, on tae stairs, and fractured her right wrist and right shoulder. Mr and Mrs Robert Imlay and Mary, Mabon City, Mr and Mrs Cecil Glawe and family and Mr and Mrs Dennis Glawe were New Year's dinner guests at the home of the George Glawes. Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson of DCS Moines spent New Year's Eve at. the home of Mr and Mrs Cecil Glawe. Mr and Mrs John Oxley and Gene visited Saturday evening at the George Glawe home. New Year s dinner guests at the Lavoy Dawson home were Mr aiut iVtrs Harold Neilson Sr., Mrs Dale Zentner of LuVerne, atevo Agard of Estherville, Dwight Spangler, and Mr and Mrs rred Will and Mary. Mary Will of Des Moines, Mick Will and Barbara Ruprick, botli of whom attend college at Waverly, spent the weekend at tin 1 Fred Will home. Mr and Mrs Jesse Scott returned after spending since Christmas with their daughter and lamily, Mr and Mrs Roy Johnson Jr. at Grinnell. Mr and Mrs Jess Scott visited Wednesday at the John llowlelt home in Kanawha and on Sunday with Mr and Mrs Chester | William. ! Mr and Mrs Robert Welter I and family, .Mason City, and Mr ' and Mrs R. C. Welter were Sun-1 i day evening dinner guests at j the home ol Mr and Mrs Robert j DeGrotte. Jeff and Joel Welter who had been visiting here since Wednesday accompanied their parents home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Richardson of Britt visited Sunday eve: ning at the home of Mr and Mrs | Albert Fish. J Mr and Mrs William Erdman and Linda were New Year's dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lloyd • Fletcher near Kanawha. i Mr and Mrs William Erdman and Mr and Mrs Uoyd Fletcher of Kanawha visited Sunday eve- i mug at the home of Mr and Mrs William Erdman. Linda Detmering, Wesley, I inda Erdman and Cynthia Long liud n .>hu\M.T \\\'di!o.>da\ e\o- ning in St. Johns Lutheran church for Linda Davis. \ Mr and Mrs Art Tabb visited Mr. and Mrs Walter Kimball at Ventura and Mrs Lois Ciuunbor's at Klemmc Sunday. Mr and Mrs Tom Tcrhark and family, Goodcll, visited New Year's afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs John Babcock. Mrs Albert Fish returned to Worth, Fla., for several weeks. Mr and Mrs Harold Brown and Danny were New Year's dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Brown, Mason City. Jean Fleming and roommate,, Eva Penick, Des Moines, spent I tne weeKend at the home of jean's parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Fleming. Mr and Mrs Wayne i'iennng and son, Humboldt, were triday dinner guests. Mr and Mrs William Gourley, Judy, Joan and Jeanne took Todd Gourley to his home at Traer Saturday. Todd had been viwting here with his grandparents tne past week. Mr and Mrs John Daniel were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Henry Goranson; Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Neil Johnson and Lance, Des Moines, spent the New Year's weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Donald Dean. Ton and Lauri Daniel, children of Mr and Mrs Jim Daniel, spent a few days with their grandparents Mr and Mrs John iJaniel. New Year's guests were Mr and Mrs Jim Daniel and Storewide Sale WIN A FREE 3 DAY VACATION FOR I IN EXOTIC HAWAII CONTEST NOT VALID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW VIA PAN AM CHECK YOUR LUCKY NUMBER ON THE COVER OP YOUR . CIRCULAR BY BRINGING IT TO YOUR COAiT'TOXOAST STORE STAY AT THE PRINCESS KAIULAUI SALE STARTS TOMORROW II IRONING BOARD PAD AND COVER Taflon covar/Foamtax pad lei fill all 54" boordf. Oullaiti ordinary coven, wipes clean with a damp cloth. (WA0630-4) Coo*f-To-Coosf _ .22 Automatic RIFLE With Mounted 4X Scop* BOTH RIFLE & SCOPE FOR ONLY v J.L/ 9 nf Whffe Shoo 1 * POLE LAMP Rtgularly $6.99 Cocoa color taamlcit fuklnf (ill calling! to 8'4". 3 iperki ling while ihadet, Walnut trim. Canlral twitch. (FN0500-7) BATTERY CHARGER Quality 4X scope mounted on .22 automatic rifle. Non-odjuit 5 ihot clip hold* thorti, longi, long rifles. Top tang positive slide safety, sporting front/rear sights. (SA0746-4 with SA1975-4) Cooif-To-Coasf Quick Dry SPRAY PAINT 16 OZ. CAN Spray point for your many home paint-up jobs. Man-toxic, many rich colors available. (GP0201-5-GP0246-4) Rtgvlarly $12.95 4 amp or 6 or 12 volt charger with accurate ammeter. Charges the average battery overnight, (AJ0756-3) A" Battery Booster CABLE SET Heavy duty cable, tapper t\»4 clipi. Far 12 vail tyifemi. Sforfi • to I ltd carl quick.' (AJ0500B8) Bar'niomof/c FUEL CYLINDER Regularly $149 Barnzomatlc disposable fuel cylinder fits most propone torches and appliances. (HA 1891-5) Holiday 8 Transistor PORTABLE RADIO •egu/orV $9.95 Complete with simulated leather cover and metal grille, Wrist carrying strap,;,earphone and battery. In sell.contained durable plastic case, (ME0009-S) 2000 Hour LIGHT BULBS ONLY Bright, long life. End frequent bulb changing. Average 2000 hr, life. 120-130 volt rating. 60, 75, 100 watt sizes. (EL0040.3-EL0100-S), Coast - To - Coast Store ED WOLF owner ALGONA ^ strong! ONE MORE WEEK! Ends Saturday Complete sale in our downstairs department!! — SPECIAL PRICES ON — e Mattress Pads • Nylon Panties • Girdle-- & liras • Piece Goods • Fieldcrest Blankets • Remnant Sale Bedspreads Gloves & Mittens Negligee Sets Drapery Samples Jewelry & Purses Sheets and Cases Pillow Specials Dish Cloths Pillow Protectors Linen Toweling Kitchen Towels Towels & Wash Cloths • Fingertip Towels • Slipper and Lounging Boots • Infant Close-outs • • Sleepwear and Lingerie Further price cuts in our upstairs "Ready-to-Wear" — REDUCTIONS ON DRESSES, COATS, SPORTSWEAR, NATS, ROBES, ETC. — Bo siro to shop Ibis big store wido salo all Ibis wo«k il,.,, CHRISCHILLES STORE "Beginning its 95th year of service to quality-minded area shoppers" r+T-H-**+*+t+-!^+*+**-H^+v+**^^

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