Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 11, 1965
Page 7
Start Free Trial

Algono Koniith County ^^g^^^^PJ^^g^^^^j^Ugj^^g^^pg^gj^^^l^^l^^m^^^^^^^^^^ fT|Bi THURSDAY, Fit. 11, IMS - ALOONA, IOWA - 4TH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Kent Hopkins was four years old Jan. 25 and was given a party by his mother, Mrs John Hopkins. Quests were Mary Beth and James Burns, Mickey Schlievert, Steven Voigt, Macy Meyer, Kevin and Kim Scuff- ham, Lisa Taylor, Steven Harris, Jo Ann Taylor, and Kevin Potratz, of Whittemore. Games were played and refreshments served. CARD CLUB HAS MEETING The "Union Sutz" card club met a week ago Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Lee Sen- enck. High score prize winners were Mrs Mike Elbert and Marvin Leigh. Low score prizes went to Mrs Herman Thilges and Jerry Haas. Travel prize was won by Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett. DUPLICATE BRIDGE The next meeting of the Al gona Duplicate Bridge club will be held at 7:45 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15, at the Legion building. Winners at the last session were: 1st—Mrs. Don Gant, E. Alt man; 2nd—Mrs. Helen Laing, Jackie Midler; 3rd—Dean Kinsman Don Prieskorn. AT GOOD MOPE WEDDING Mr and Mrs James White at- ended the Marian Broesder < laymond Gerdes nuptials at the tfethodist Good Hope church unday. Mrs White was matron f honor, their son Stephen was ing bearer, and Mr White was n usher. TO OELWEIN OBSERVANCE Mrs Frank Ostrutn is going Oelwein Saturday to attend lie 64th wedding anniversary on iunday, Feb. 14, of her brother- n-law and sister, Mr and Mrs harles Ellis. SERVICE GUILD TO MEET The Wesleyan Service Guild will meet Feb. 22 for a 6:30 dinner to be served by the Wes- eyan Guild. Joyce Hayden will give the lesson and devotions will be given by Helen Johnson SORORITY MEETS The Xi-Xi chapter met Feb. 5 Adth Mrs Dick McGinnis. Mrs iVilbur Zeigler gave the lesson The time afterward was spent DINNER AT SPENCER A group of friends met Sun day evening at Stub's, Spencer for dinner. In attendance were the Orville Holdrens, of Lone Rock, Melvin Ostwalds and R J. Voigts, Whittemore, the Jack Davises, Marvin Broesders, Lew is Broesders Whites. and the James WED 63 YEARS Mrs Fred Wegener and Mr Rose Sigsbee went to Armstron Sunday to visit with Mr and Mrs Sam Warner at the Turne rest home. It was the 63rd an niversary of the Warners, rela tives of the visitors. Mr Warne will be 86 Feb. 14. addressing Easter opes. seals envel VALENTINE PARTY Mrs L. L. Snyder entertained a group of friends at an informal Valentine party Monday afternoon. The time wast spent socially. 500 CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Milton Dahl entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening. 25th wedding is dated at Lotts Creek Lone Rock — The Emil Haacks, will be given an open house by their children for their 25th wedding Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Emmanual Lutheran church basement at Lotts Creek. Relatives and friends are invited. No invitations are being sent. Mrs. Haack was the former Agnes Haase, daughter of the Chris Haases, Burt. HOME FROM SOUTH The Henry Schroeders returned Jan. 30 after 17 days on a trip to the East coast. They visited a cousin, Larry Mino, in the hospital at Marshalltown, and Mrs. Schroder's sister, Nell, Mrs. Glen Boecker, at Farmington. At the wife of Pastor Wittkopp who served it the Lutheran ehufch it Burt some year* igo. CARD PARTY Hie Auxiliary will sponsor another card party this Thursday night at the Legion hall. Everyone is welcome. David John Cotton and Deborah Cotton, grandchildren of the Willis Cottons, stayed several days last week here while their parents, the John Cottons, moved from Ft. Dodge to their new home at Spencer. The Willis Cottons left ThUrs day for a few- weeks at St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. Cotton's sister, the Harley Shellitos are also there. Mr. Shellito has been in the hospital. Grandmother's card party which .is usually scheduled for Wednesday will be changed for February, and meets the IGth instead of the 17th. The Francis Collins family, Livermore, visited his sister the Merwin Marlows on Sunday. Mrs. Dale Schroeder entered the Estherville hospital Monday and was to Tuesday. have surgery on mode Ft. Madison and Keokuk they and BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs 6. B. Harmes was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Leroy Geving and Mrs AlAgena were guests. BEL CANTO MEETING The Bel Canto club met Wednesday for a Valentine luncheon at the Algona hotel. Mrs F. M. Holt was chairman. CARD CLUB TO MEET Mrs Ted Chrischilles is enter• taining her bridge club Thurs day evening. SEWING CLUB MEETS Mrs Roy Hutzell entertained .,. hi a peat charge ot eU&sics in the best American tradition... like this ge» everywhere checked shjrtdress in cetton/amel triacetate styled for the mature ft|uri. Sues 14/40 a box factory. They spent two days at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and two days at Lake Placid, Fla. HUSBANDS GUESTS Idle Hour club had the husbands at a dinner at Cunningham's Cafe at Burt, Saturday. Present were the Odey Cher- lands, Amy Cherlands, Jim Coa- dys, Mrs. Florence Faber, the Bernard Tiggeses, Duane Habe- gers, Elmer Krauses, Dale Sch- roeders, Fred Tiggeses, Mrs. Paul Coady, the Phil Inmans, Gerald Soderbergs, Marvin Tig- geses, Ed Tiggeses, and Art Persons. The evening was spent playing games and cards. ATTEND FUNERAL The Henry Schroeders, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended the funeral 3.! her knit and sew club Wednes- Saturday for Mrs. E. L. Wittkopp day afternoon. Mrs. Wittkopp was "How much is that Dart in the window,.,?" "I just have to givo up chasing Dodge Darts. n too tiring. For a change, I'd rather ride in one. "Like that Dart GT... wilh all-vinyl bucket seats, padded dash, carpeting..,, the works. It's so sporty I'm sure she'll notice it. "But I'm not taking any chances." VIVIAN'S MODE-0-DAY Don't you take chances either...get a sure thing. Get a Dart. Dart, the family-size compact. 111 inch wheelbase. Sound big? It is. Big, roomy and comfortable. More trunk space, too. Your choice of sconomical Sixes or quick V8's. And there's a little compact price in the rear window of every one. 'BS Dodge Dart OOOOE DM»ON K* CHmVSLER PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 South Dodge St. ALGONA, IOWA WATCH "THE BOB HOPE SHOW," NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTING.—' • ' . . . . • [ Sharp's19th Afiniversay Sale 3 BIG DAYS-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.-Feb. 11-13 Open Thursday & 9 to 9- Saturday 9 to 5 for this Big Event LADIES A GENTS WATCH BANDS WHITE A YELLOW GOLD STAINLESS STEEL 50% Off Large selection of Silver Nollowaro Some Sterling pieces up to 75% off reg. price Our regular Stock. VERNONWARE Accent Aiure REG. $26.60 Sale $9.95 5 PIECE COFFEE SERVICE COFFEE POT TEA POT SUGAR CREAMER WAITER REG. $79,50 Sale $49.50 NORITAKE CHINA , 54 pc. SET REG. $104.10 Sale $79.50 Large Selection of CHINA up to 50% off SILVER SALT ft PEPPER REG. $4.95 Sale $2.49 BONE CHINA | _ i pc. PLACE SITTING* REG. $238.60 Sale $144.50 3 PIECE SALAD SET $4.95 Large Selection of Glass t Glassware UP TO 50% OFF SPECIAL. INTRODUCTORY OFFER DIAMONDS LADIES AND BENT'S DIAMOND RINGS DIAMOND DINNER RINGS DIAMOND PENDANTS UP T9 ONE-HALF OFF PEN SETS NAMES YOU KNOW — AND MORE 50% OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LEATHER GOODS AT COST AND LESS LADIES WATCHES REG. SALE White gold, 17 Jewel $ 69.50 $34.95 Yellow gold, 17 Jewel 24.95 ___ 15.95 WTTitTgold,' 17 Jewel, 6 dia 100.00 *" 49.95 White gold, 19 Jewel 49.95 23.95 White gold, 17 Jewel, 4 dia 85.00 39.95 White gold, 21 Jewel 39.75 19.95 White gold, 17 Jewel, 8 die 125.00 59.95 Ytllow gold, 17 Jewel 29.95 17.95 14 K solid gold, 6 dia 150.00 69.95 99 PC. SET Japanese China REG. $99.95 Sale $69.95 LARGE GROUP OF OUR BETTER Ladies Jewelry 50% OFF (JENT'S WATCH KS REG. SALE _$ 75.00 $39.95 _ 32.50 14.95 _ 39.95 19.95 _ 49.95 29.95 . 59,95 39.95 . 49.95 29.95 110.00 44.95 _ 49.95 24.95 ._ 45.00 29.95 Yellow gold, 30 Jewel automatic ___ Stainless steel, 17 Jewel automatic Stainless steel, 17 Jewel waterproof Yellow gold, 17 Jewel automatic Yellow gold, 17 Jewel calendar --Stainless steel, 17 Jewel automatic Yellow gold, electric Stainless steel, 17 Jewel waterproof Yellow gold, 17 Jewel waterproof _. Etirthstone rings, cuff links, pin*, billfeNs, lighters , . , AT prim • All Fair Trad. Items Exempt ALL SALES CASH ALL SALES FINAL AMEBICAN GEM SOCIETY RCOISTCBCO JCWELEB ALGONA. IOW A OPEN t to 9 THURS. . FEU. — 9 to 5 SAT CHARMS GOLP & STERLING 50% OFF Color Glaje Silver Hoiloware Many Shapes 50% OFF 52 PIECE SET SILVER PLATE With Chest REG. $99.95 Sale $59.95 GROUP OF BABY JEWELRY & SILVER 50% OFF CHINA CHINA CHINA 50% OFF STERLING PICKLE or RELISH FORK With Serving Dish REG. $9.00 Sale $2.95 PEARL BEADS 89c ALL SIZES — ALL LENGTHS ALL COLORS Earrings To Match 89c 16 PIECE SET STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE REG. $28.95 Sale $5.95 (Ju$t ONE of These) RINGS Priced To Soil MEN'S GIRL'S LADIES IQY'S Priced to Sell Nice Selection PIERCED IARRINCS Vi OFF

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free