OUR 13th Begins Thursday — continues thru Feb. 6 In appreciation of your wonderful patronage and loyalty to Rusk Drug and Jewelry, we are planning our biggest event in our 13-year history in Algona. ••ginning Thursday and continuing for the next 10 days, we are staging an Anniversary event without equal in Algona. See the many McKesson values in every department of our store on the page at left. And read below the big things that will be happening at Rusk's Thursday and on through the next week. This is our way of saying "Thank You" to all of you who have made our 13 years in Algona so pleasurable. BLESS RUSK, Owner * * * * * "M/ss Iowa" here Thursday, Jan. 28 ... wearing over 75,000 worth of Kaynar Diamonds Our special guest Thursday, Jan. 28 ONLY will be the beautiful and charming Miss Iowa of 1965, Miss Barbara Rogers. Come in to our store any time Thursday and see her — wearing over $75,000 worth of gorgeous Kaynar diamonds including her diamond tiara. 00 * * * Register for 200 Kaynar diamond ring set anytime during this Anniversary event... Be sure to register for the beautiful KAYNAR DIAMOND RING SET on display in our store. Register Thursday or anytime during the next week and a half. Drawing will be held at the end of this big anniversary event — Saturday, Feb. 6. Should any gent win the ring and wish to have the.diamonds set in a ring for himself, this will be done AT NO CHARGE. No purchase necessary — you need not be present to win. Registration limited to adults, 18 years of age and older. Special registration for those under 18 for Kodak Instamatic Camera Outfit. . BARBARA ROGERS — "Miss Iowa of 1965" «••««.««•*»•••«•«>«••*»«•«••••••••••»*»» - r REE- Door Prizes EVERY HOUR ON Feb. 4-5-6 There'll be special door prizes EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR all day next week Thursday, Friday and Saturday. So be sure to register for these valuable gifts as well as the $200 diamond ring set. KAYNAR DIAMONDS HAVE BEEN SOLD IN THIS STORE CONTINUOUSLY SINCE 19121 YOUR GUARANTEE OF QUALITY AT RUSK DRUG- A representative of the Kaynar Firm will be in our store Thyrsd«y also. ^ • • <> 10 * 20 • 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone clays By Errna Lea Deim & Kelly has been enlarged, ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANefe^-3 JANUARY 25, 1955 For the second consecutive year, R. M. (Dick) Phillips has been honored as "Master Showman" of the year by Central Stales Theatre corporation. He was chosen over 50 other theatre managers in Iowa and Nebraska. He will receive a gold RUSK DRUG and JEWELRY cup and cash prize for his recognition. The Ground Observer corps in this area will switch lo 24- hour, round-the-clock duly in Ihc near future, it was learned from Air Force officials last week. At the present time, the corps is on stand-by alert. It has regular drills but the ssvilch to 24-hour duty will be a drastic change. There are 56 volun teers in the corps supervised by John Wood. Pictured was Gene Hoenk, son of Ihc II. L. Hocnks, as one o three cadets from the slalc university lo receive the military scholarship medal. To be eligible for the award, the cadet must achieve an "A" in military science and discipline plus an academic "B" in other subjccls. Mr and Mrs R. O. Bjustrom left Thursday in their car for a winter vacation. No specific plans were made but they will irobably spend some time in Texas before going to California. They plan to be away a couple of months. Mrs Edwin Gilmore, assisted by Mrs Dean Parrot): and Mrs John Hopkins, entertained the Room Mothers of Mrs Fern Stanton's classes Tuesday evening. The Newcomers club held a guest night party al the Algona hotel. 49 members were present and hostesses were Mrs Lewis Ferguson and Mrs Willie Gruner. After the dessert lunch cards were played. Winners at cards were: Mrs Joe Levigne at 500; Mrs Al Agena and Mrs John Claude at bridge; Mrs Joe Dei nes, Mrs Leonard Warner ant sstf.- -/MKS Robert Bennett at Canasta JANUARY 23, 1945 Jhat the penalties of war are :errific appears from an officia notice in today's Advance ban ning the city's Great Red Way on and after February 1. In oth cr words all the unnecessar; neon lighting must be turnec off by midnight of Jan. 31 and kept off till further no.Uc.e s .,_The order for the "Brownout" is na tionwide and comes down fron the war production board. The idea is to save on scarce fuels. The local law firm of Shorn- way by the addition of Harold F. Ffi- stedt. Mr Fristedt is married, and he and his wife have a nine- yeaf old daughter . Gene Furst began work Saturday as a licensed professional aarber in his father Henry burst's shop second door south of the Council Oak grocery. He graduated from a Cedar Rapids barber school and passed state examinations a week ago. Mr and Mrs Gordon Sigsbee are parents of their first child, a daughter Marita Agnes, born at the Kossuth hospital Thurs day. Mrs Sigsbee is the former Ruth Bestenlehner. An exhibit of handicrafts is being shown within the com xnmd at the PW camp this veek, the work having beet done under sponsorship of the ntcrnational War prisoners Aid of the Y M C A. In the exhibits .here are spcciments of oil and water color paintings, wood THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1965 work at the Marigold Shop Tuesday morning after a visit since Sunday with her parents at Swca City. She rooms at the Floyd E. Saunders home. Portland Mr* Victor Fiteh carving, etchings, charcoal drawings, wood inlay work, handcarved figurines of wood, metal work, jewelry, and German military insignia made from salvaged tin cans. JANUARY 24, 1935 Algona firemen were taken by surprise Friday, when, instead of running to a fire they had one brought to them. Leaving a trail of smoke, a covered truck filled with cabbages and potatoes drew up in front of the city hall and called for help. The trucks were not driven out of the garage, but a hose was dragged out, and the blaze was put out in short order. Employees of the Algona Ice Cream and Candy factory were busy last week taking a thousand tons of ice from the river The Portland Social club met Jan. 14 in the home of Elgena Young. Fun time was in charge of Hazel Larsen. The next meeting will be Feb. 11 in the home of Elvira Christensen in Algona. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen and Becky Brandow were Sunday dinner guesls in the Edmund Larsen home. Catherine Trunkhill, a student at Sioux Cily, spent last weekend al home. Mrs George Sengbusch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl, and sons Gary and Darwin, from Milaca, Minn., spent the weekend visiting in the parental Jandl home. They went home Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs John Miller and aim'ly were Monday evening vis- tors in the home of Mrs Ronald Ortman. Mr and Mrs L. G. Huber of fitonka were Tuesday dinner quests in the Karl Zwiefel home. Mr and Mrs Gary Davis, and Mr and Mrs Phil Carlson and (imberly of Algona and Mr and VIrs Lcroy Davis of Burt were [uests al a party in the Jesse Harms home in honor of Ruth's birthday. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Ma- and storing it for sale next sum- na. mer. It is sold for refrigerating railway cold storage freight cars. It is stored till the warm- st period in summer, when the •egular run of the manufactured ice is not enough to take care of the business. The river ice was taken from the usual point near the old ice house, and tin ce was stored in the old Mag nusson ice-house, where it packed in sawdust to keep it irom thawing. The ice was only a foot thick last week. Usually the factory lays up 12,000 tons of river ice, and this week the rest of the supply is being stored. The Kirsch laundry has bough' a two-year supply of soap, wra\ ping paper, and twine to avoid scheduled increases in prices Seven tons of soap, a half ton of wrapping paper, and 100 pounds of twine were ordered. Vivian Dale, employed at the Sorensen drug store, resumed work Friday, after a weeks' sickness with the flu. Mrs T. L. Larson underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. .Rpy,,-Chrifttiansen r ,>Graettinger, and her son Bobby came yesterday for a visit till Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs Joel Herbst. Beulah Hartshorn returned to ry and Nonna, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Phil Carlsen at Algo- IG SOUND! BIG CABINET! BIG WIDE! \ \\ Mdlmirai SOLID STATE STEREO with FM/AM/STCHEO FM RADIO 72' MASTERPIECE CABINET The FREDERIK Model YG8061 Danish modern lowboy, more than 6 feet long! Custom crafted of genuine walnut veneers and selected hardwood solids. '299 95 Admiral Solid State Stereo and FM/AM RADIO The HIDGEUNDYGBOOO Series Contemporary styling. Two- gram tone arm with floating stylus. Four speakers. Illuminated control panel with AFC. '199 ADMIRAL CUSTOM CHANGER with 2-GRAM TONE ARM and "f^l Stylus Drop it! Slide it! Jar it! Can't harm record grooves . . . your records can last more than 3,000 plays! FM/AM STEREO FM RADIO Illuminated control panel. AFC locks in FM stations. Stereo Sentry lights automatically. G ADMIRAL QUALITY SPEAKERS 2-12" woofers, 4-3'.2" tweeters with crossover network; Admiral "Phau- torn Third Channel." j Electronic Specialties GENE FAULSTICH, Owner DIAGONAL STREET ADMIRAL TV & RADIO Harris Harms, Mr and Mrs Gary Davis and Mr and Mrs Leroy Davis went to Alden Sunday, where they visited relatives. Mr and Mrs Tany Jandl were dinner gues'ts in the home of Mr and Mrs Ben Lampe in Bancroft last Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Richard Trunk- hill and Tony were supper guests in the Tony Jandl home Wednesday evening. Mrs Roberl Wood attended a shower last week in the John Kissner home at Algona in honor of Linda Davis of St. Benedict who will be married Feb. 6 to Dick Kissner. Mrs Lawrence Govern, Titonka, Mrs Farrow and Mrs Becker of Lakota were Friday evening guests of Mrs Tony Jandl. Mr and Mrs Hanford Brock and son Mike and Tommy Trunk- hill were Saturday supper visitors in the Tony Jandl home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers and family and Mr and Mrs Cliff Curtis were Sunday visitors in the Jandl home. Mrs Ronald Ortman, Robert and Sandra, were Wednesday evening visitors in the Earl Zwie- fel'home. Robert Ortman accompanied Earl Zwiefel to the Father-son banquet at the Methodist church in Titonka, while the lady folks enjoyed supper together in the Zwiefel home. Mr and Mrs Jack Trunkhill and little son were Monday dinner guests in the Tony Jandl home. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and her brother, Elmer Erickson, of Rodman, went to Zearing, Iowa, Thursday, where they attended the funeral of a cousin, Esther Scoville, and also visited other relatives at McCallsbury. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Mr and Mrs Herman Harms and Mr and Mrs Tom Loats drove to Mason City Thursday. Mr and Mrs Herman Harms visited Mrs Bernard Phelps in the Park hospital and Mr and Mrs Loats visited Mr John Harringa. Later all of them, went to the Mercy hospital to visit Henry Van Hove. Mr and Mrs Loats also visited Mrs Richard Thomas in the hospital. The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon, Jan. 21, in the home of Arlene Wood with Edith Jandl assistant hostess. Twenty members answered roll call. Elgena Young of Algona was a guest. June Krull will be a new member and Mane Parsons has come back to the club. It was voted that the meeting starl at 1:45 instead of 2. New secret sisters were drawn. Ethel Smith was in charge of fun time. Ella Lampe and Arlene Marlow won prizes. The next meeting will be Feb. 18 at the home of Eva Shipler, with Vera Fitch assistant hostess. ALASKAN FAMILY — Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm Jordan and their four children are making their home in Tama this winter at the home of Mrs. Helen Frink, mother of Mrs. Jordan. Mr. Jordan describes himself as an Alaska lecturer, fisherman and outfitter. He will give lectures and show films in the Middle West until he returns to Alaska for the spring fishing season. They live 1,300 miles, southeast ol Anchorage, '
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