Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1965
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*-ALOONA (Imi) AOVANCS MONDAY, FEB. It, IMS .Two tones of fashion that mate the reptile-look in front with smooth leather at the back. Result: irresistible! (List colors here). FASHION IS A LOOK . .. NOT A PRICE Siies AAAA to C 4</a to 11 All sizes — All widths — All lengths Colors — Bone, Red, Blue, White, Black, Potent BROWN kill SHOE STORE ALGONA, IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET Lions plan Burt banquet on activities Burt — Lions club met Monday nl the Legion hall with 24 members and one guest. Donald Ticl7, gave a tnlk on Lionism, Fred Davis was installed as a Lion member by Lion Pres. Patterson. Pres. Patterson reported directors had set the activities banquet for April 19 with a pot luck meal. Lions Tictz, McGuLro, Lacy and Spry wore appointed to look into ways to help the community. The nominating committee named Lions Hanson, Lock wood and Patterson. Lion Hopkins gave several readings for the program. SEALS IN MAIL The Easter Seal campaign will start March 1 and end Easter Sunday. The Kossuth Chapter is one of 99 affiliated with the Iowa Society ol Crippled Children and Adults. Mrs Russell Patterson, Co. chairman, announced this year the campaign will finance special treatments, rehabilitation, loan equipment, Camp Sunnyside, and many other serv- iscs lor the handicapped. It will bo officially announced this' week, with mailing 900,000 sheets of colorful Easter seals to homes in Iowa. Mrs Patterson says no one should i'eel left out. If they do not receive seals in the mail they may still get a sheet by phoning 31 or calling local town or township chair men. Many homes may have been missed on mailing lists which are impossible, to keep up to date because so many moving. If you do not receive seals —contributions are welcome anyway. Seals arc yours to keep and use whether you contribute or not. STAR SCHOOL THURSDAY Eastern Star School of Instruction will be held Feb. 25 at the hall starting at 12:30 after a noon luncheon at the Cunningham Cafe at 11:15. There will be a 6 o'clock dinner at the cafe before the evening session at 8 p.m. with Mrs Clara Shilts, Algona, as instructor. Ruth Alice Patterson is chairman of the committee serving refreshments. Feb. 22 all members meet at the hall to help clean the rooms before the school of instruction. Officers spent Saturday at "\ ••- , . > • • . Chrischilles 7 O no-Day ) WASHINGTON S ( BIRTHDAY SALE o THE CHRISCHILLES STORE IS GOING TO DO SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT. ALMOST LIKE THE RIDICULOUS DAY SPECIAL BARGAINS ONLY ALL INSIDE THE STORE. THIS IS A FINAL CLOSE OUT OF SOME ASSORTED ITEMS FROM THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE CHRISCHILLES STORE. A LL WILL BE AT LESS THAN Vi OFF ORIGINAL PRICE SO DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS. PURSES - LINGERIE BRAS AND GIRDLES RUGS BEDSPREADS assorted styles in several price ranges — many shapes and colors — values up to $5.98 now 98c to SI.91. a limited quantity of half slips, full slips and sleepwear — values to $8.98 now $1.29 to $1.98. these will be real bargains as we want to clean out our stock — all less than half price, good quality rugs in odds and ends — values up to $10.98 now $1.98 to $4.98. some of our fine quilted spreads priced to sell — values to $29.98 now only $8.96 to $14.98. THERE WILL ALSO BE SOME OTHER ITEMS IN SMALL QUANTITIES — THIS WILL ALMOST BE LIKE A RUMMAGE SALE AS EVERY ITEM WILL BE PRICED AT LESS THAN V 2 PRICE AND DON'T MISS IT. MONDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 2nd Floor Special 6 to 9 p. m The "Choice of the House" en all remaining winter dresses — s»es 12 to 18 .. . values to 32.00 . ., from 7:00 to 9:00 only — while they lastllll 6.66 "Where Quality is a Tradition" Algona, was baptised Sunday at Good Hope Methodist church, itev. M. E. Divies officiated. Guests at Quehtin BjustfOin's were the M. C. Oavies family, and Jim Lindhofsts. Evening uests were the Afie Dittmefs. id Larsons, Otto Marians and Jim Lindhofsts. Pictures of the Rose Bowl Parade were shown. Ten members of Inez circle and two guests met Wednesday at Burt Methodist church base^ ment. Plans were made for Fellowship night March 21 with a 6:30 pot luck supper and program. 0. H. Graham went to Iowa City the first of the week. Mrs Graham returned home with him Wednesday after several months at university hospital. Mrs A. C. Hinckley Thursday had a farewell party for Mrs Andy Harms. The family moved Sunday to Pocahontas where he ••VAV.V.W is employed by the Farm ice Co. The Good Will truck will be in Burt March 10. Every filled Good Will bag means jobs, wages and training for some disabled person. They need clothing, toys, shoes, appliances, repairable furniture. Leave ma< terial at Burt Methodist parson* age garage before that date. LOCALS Raeann Brink, daughter of Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink, LuVerne, was recently elected assistant pledge trainer for the forthconv ing year by Delta Zeta sorority at Ames. She is a sophomore majoring in home economics education. She was installed Feb. 8. . , |i«|(j Jim Kltin, son-in-law of tht Littgfitls, received Word Thursday of the death of his mother, Irtna Klein, iti Dubuque. Funeral services will be SatUf* day. Jim is employed at Pioneer here. CLEAN HAGS WANTED AT THE ADVANCE DINE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AT THE , ,, PINE ROOM (ALGONA HOTEL) For Ypor Favorite Beverage • DINING • DANCING • COCKTAILS MONDAY you can Married at St Benedict 'Linda Davis; daughter of Mr: ancLMrs. Frank Davis, Britt, ( ahd Richard J. Kissner, son v of ;the John Kissners, Algpna', .'Were marrifed Saturday, Fett,^(8; 2 p/m'., lahjGr,een,';Britt, served punch, in St. Benedict Catholic churth'.'*'' ! "" > ^ 1 ' "•• ' Father,,. Kuba performed'., K -ihe ! fception was held in the church hall. Shirley Kissner had the .guest'book. Mrs. Ethel Halligan, Cbrwlth; poured coffee and Beu- doubi'e.ring ceremony.'' ; /;v$ j / The'bride, given' in marriage by her father, was attended iby Linda ferdman, Corwith, as >rniid' df'honor and Linda Detmering, Wesley, bridesmaid. -•.-: j . 'Best man was • Thomas- Kissner, brother of the groom,, and David Stewart, Waterloo,- \yas groomsman. Ushers were -Bjud Fraser, Mason City and Jerry Kissner, Burt. | Following ^the,ceremony a re- 'joah/'/Eischen -and Mrs; Ivan Kohjhaas, Burt, cut the cake. |'Waitresses-were Barbara Fraseri Mason City 'and ^Debbie .Kohlhaas, ,Burt. Judy Winter, Sioux City* and' Cynthia Long, Corwith opened the- gifts. ' Guests came from Corwith, Britt, Wesley, Burt, Mason City, Iowa City, Renwick, Algona and Wilmington, Delaware. Mr. Kissner is working in construction and the couple live in Algona presently. . Photo by Glenn's Studio. the hall for the practice. WINS GOLD AWARD j ! A Gold Plaque Award 'was presented to Clifford Schrader >y the Lennox Industries' Inc., Marshalltown, in recognitionj of service as a certified dealer since 1934. Clifford, Schrader graduated from Burt high school n 1924 and had six years trailing iti heating and plumbing m Milwaukee,. Wis. He served '.by-, er' two.-years in the navy. Mrs Schrader had charge of the hardware store while he was in-the-service.^ - - - ... ; . The John. Lenertzes, Emniets-' burg, were • guests .Sunday: at the Wm.... Giddings, .home'. • Mps Lenertz is the former Joan. Gi&f dings!"'"' .' "/': ' •''•'' : ' -•' ! IJ %> -:The:J. L. Millers left'Feb< 21 to \vlsit 'the" L'awrenfce MillierSji ftunnemede,' New'. Jersey,' piit two, wee'ks : in 'the southWes'tj <fi return "Konier.--^^' '-•"!, " ; 4 •e"'we'rei : "19 ; w.lib took ; Co-opl elevator bus trip Feb. 17, returning at 6:30 p.m. E. E. Pettis has opened a motor repair service in Burt in the Donald Mitchell electric building in Burt. He will give complete motor repair service and .will, have motors for sale. He has.had previous motor re- .winding and repair experience. Timothy James, three month old son of the Jim Lindhorsls, hit the JACKPOT again Last year, you hit the jackpot on George's Day . . . Here's another chance to again make your dollars go further by shopping here all day Monday and Monday evening. Come on in . . . let us prove you can hit the Jackpot two years in a row. Boys Parkas Winter Weight JACKETS and CAR COATS 50%OFF and Winter Jackets 7-8's 7-10's 1-12 1-14 VALUES TO $14.95 '5.76 • ; ..Connected or Corrected | ELECTRIC ; "JIM UTT" ; ' ,', ; 'v ;' Phbne!• 295-2223 :'.' : '.''' ; $4.76 $4.76 $5.76 i Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts, Values to $5 . . . '. $1.76 Heavy Double Weight Work Gloves, reg. 45c each, .. 2 pr. 76c Men's and Boy's Numbered Football Jerseys, Reg. $3.98 81.76 6 Men's FMnnel Shirts, Reg. $3.49 ... . . . - . $1.76 16 Boy's Flannel & Knit Shirts, Sizes 8 to 14. Reg. to $2.98 $1.76 14 Algona Bulldog Sweat Shirts, Red or Black. Lge. only $1.76 25 Men's Wool or Orion Sweaters, Values to $12.95 . 1 Men's Topcoat, 42 long '. . .... ,'l\ . . . . Boy's Parkas :•.-.. . . . . . , , . . , 3 Pair 10" Men s Boots, reg. $13.95, pr. eacfrsize 8, 8te, 11 $7.76 Men's Sport Caps, Values to $2;95 . . . . . . . . . 99c Men's Long Sleeve Knit Shirts, Orion or Banlon . . . $3.76 3 Boy's Sport Coats, one size 6, one 14 and one 15 . . . $4.76 1 Boy's Suit, Reg. $29.95, Size 17 . . . .. , , . . $11.76 Pair Men's Black Bowling Slacks, 30 Waist .... $4.76 50 Pair Boy's Wash 'N Wetar Cotton Slacks, Sizes 6 to 18 $2.76 7 Pair Press Slacks, Sizes 28 to 34, Values to $15.95 . . $4.76 3 Boys Tan All-Weather coats, Sizes 14,16 and 20 . , . $4.76 Fri?$t-Free ''Colflfr C«'d" Cooling in >oth Refrigerator ahcj 1,19-Lb. Freezer Sections . . . Nev€fr'pefros,t Again! Full Width Vegetable Crisper holds ^ bushel of vegetables, -i Full Width, Full Qtpth Shelves let you reach to every eornejC Special 2* 'Position Shelf is -afi|jii§ti|>le. Hincly Butter Kfiptr* located in the $$pr pound. *",-.Plus: Removable £gg &eryer. Interior Light, Easy Open, titchfi^, (w) Built-in Quality. \V ' ' fl . OUR PRICE conveniently - holds one Engstrom Appliances "5 §. State Ph. 395-7153 Men's Suits We Have Thess Sizes Only 38 39 40 42 44 Regular 11. 3 9 2 5 Longs 00311 ValosTo $2^76 Site 36 Suit $4,7$ Sue 39 Suit $9.9* Sport Coats '4.76 Two Only Sis* 37'$ We Have These Sires Only 3o 37 38 39 42 44 Regular 243131 Short 000100 Long 000010 ValwsTo $11 H9.» I I . -WILLIAMS AVOONA.IOWA 1 'i%VV«V,VfV«VVfViVt%VWiNWbVrtV>V«»iVN%VbVyWW 1

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