Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1965
Page 7
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Alqong Kojtuth County f -mr iiiu ngi ni 11 IB rttii M laai^M^„••^•BBBMiiaaiilfcatteafci-- «---,—-- /i_ MONDAY, FEB. 22, IMS - ALGONA, IOWA Good Will truck at S*M Monday SWM City — The Good Will Industries Truck from Sioux Citrwili be ih Swea City Mon> day, Anyone having used articles to donate should leave them at the Otta Kelly farm in Grant township, at the Clayton Angle home in town or at the large yel- low box at the old site of the church. Elnwr Alt, ton of the Melvin Alts visited here for the weekend with his parents and to attend the Tom Henry wedding, Due to weather conditions the family picked him up at Waterloo. Elmer works as a fleet clerk for American Air Lines at O'Hare airport, Chicago. WASHINGTON^ BIRTHDAY YOUR CHOICE — Right Hand Shift USED TYPEWRITERS ...... $22 ONE LOT of PLAYGROUND and BASKETBALLS $2.22 PORTABLE R. 8 . »2.45 METAL LETTER FILES .... $2.22 Reg. $1.75 METAL BOND BOXES $1.22 i ' t HAND~SUBTRAcT" " " VICTOR ADDING MACHINES . . ,$122 GRAB BAG . , . your choice . . 22c Hutzell's School & Office Supplies ALGONA ••••••••••••••••••W Bear Factk Lakota couple celebrate 50th anniversary Lakota — Mr. and Mrs. George Heyes were honored on their golden wedding anniversary with an open house and reception on Sunday, Feb. 7, at the Lakota Legion hall, by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heyes and family and Ben L. Heyes. Carl K. Johnson was in charge of the program which opened with Scripture and meditation by Rev. John Reiners, followed by readings, family history, and music by members of the family. Gloria Heyes had charge of the guest book. Duane Heyes carried the cards and gifts. Mrs. Grace Johnson took care of the gift table and Mrs. Carl Johnson served the punch. The cake was baked and served by Mrs. Ben Heyes who was assisted in serving by Mrs. Eizo Heyes. Coffee was poured by Mrs. ('red Heyes. The Birthday Club to which Mrs. George Heyes belonged, helped serve the lunch. There were about 100 guests present. Gepke Schriever and George Heyes were married Feb. 9,1915, at Dumont, Iowa. Her brother, Luppo, was best man and is now dead. His sister, Nancy, was the bridesmaid, but she was not able to be present. The couple farmed in the Lakota area until they moved to town in 1959. TO CHICAGO MEETING Cedar Falls — Eight State College of Iowa home economics students, including Margaret Keith, Algona, will attend the 1965 Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota home economics conference in Chicago Feb. 19 20. The students will hear speakers, participate in discussion groups, attend a style show spon sored by an international air ! line, and elect and install offi cers for the four-state area. The last game of the season was played at Fort Dodge on Friday, Feb. 19 where the Bears met St. Edmond's. The State District Tournament will begin Feb. 22. —GHS— A bus carried some Garrigan students to Pocahontas to attend the funeral of Father lies' father on Saturday, Feb. On Tuesday, Feb. 16, a vocal and piano recital was presented mder the direction of Sister Virginia Marie. The concert chorus sang "Emitte Spiritu" and "Weep, O'Williow." Pianists were: Rose Studer, Mary Ann •a«MH».»r*t-<**"v- "»*'.-v g *?—-w^; .iif'^^o-.^^fyg- -y»^»f;*-- • -**" 1 ; 1 * BIRTHDAY 13. —GHS— ischen. Sue Nelson, Ruth Cassel, Corinne Bofmantt, Diane Dogotch, Kathy Plathe, Diane Bode, Steve Walker, and Frances Goecke. Vocal soloists were: Florence McGuife, Randy Kollasch, Bob Nichols, Vicky McGuire, Cathy Lickteig, and Jane Arndorfer. Corinne Bormann, Kathy Plathe, John Hamilton, Mary Jo Becker, Sue Bode, and Connie Bormann assisted at the piano. —GHS— A representative of St. Joseph's School of Nursing of Mason City, visited Garrigan on Thursday, Feb. 18. She spoke to all girls interested in nurses training. — GHS— On Wednesday, Feb. 17, the results of the Air Force Aptitude Tests were interpreted for all boys who had taken these tests. — GHS— Garrigan students participated in the Community Conference for Better Driving presented at Algona high school on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Fritz Nielson acted as chairman and there were several other speakers. Three films were shown to provide a review of better driving qualifications for todays complex traffic. — GHS— Seniors ordered their graduation announcement Thursday. Sen. Rigler is dated to speak here Senator Robert lliglcr, republican floor leader in the Iowa senate, will be speaker at a meeting March 2 of Kossuth republicans. The meeting will be a dinner at the Algona Country Club at 6:30 with Senator Rigler scheduled to speak early so the meeting can be adjourned in time for the community concert program. Senator Rigler is from New Hampton where lie is a banker. He is a graduate of the New Hampton high school, university of Iowa, school of commerce, and university of Wisconsin school of banking, He served from 1943 to 1945 in the China-Burma-India theater during World War II in the army. He was first elected to the state senate in 1955 and last session was majority floor leader in the senate. N. F. 0. MEETING Kossuth County N. F. 0. had their regular meeting Feb. 10 at the Cunningham cafe in Burt. Marketing arrangements in this area were discussed. Plans were made of the N. F. 0. dance at the VFW hall Feb. 19. The public is invited. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY? • + French Cherry Pies + Cherry filled Washington Pies 6 to 9 p.m. Monday Only Pan Rolls.... lOc FINN'S BAKERY J 120 East State 295-5213 Algon • »**»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»»»»» EAKLEYS MEN'S JACKETS SIZES 36 to 50 VALUES TO $27.50 MONDAY ONLY $12.88 BOY'S JACKETS SPECIALLY REDUCED $4.88 OPEN 9 to 9 p.m. FEBRUARY 22 SPECIAL PURCHASE G COATS • Regular ft Petites • sixes 8 to 16 Limited Quantities MONDAY MORNING BARGAINS Ladies Millinery. Reg. to $15.00. NOW49e Pre-Teen Dresses. Reg. to $12.98. NOW $2.99 Over the Knee Socks. Reg. to $3.00. NOW 88c Robes. Reg. to $12.98. NOW $4.99 2 Kimberly Knits. Reg. $79.98. NOW $34.88 15 Formats. Reg. to $29.98. NOW $10.99 Children's Headwear. Reg. to $3.98. NOW 49c Children's Slips. Reg. $2.00. NOW 69c CURITY DIAPERS Reg. $3.89 — NOW $2.69 Reg. $3.29 — NOW $1.99 $ 2500 Dresses VALUES TO $14.90 $ 6.00 Dresses VALUES TO $35.00 5 9.00 AS LOW AS OPEN MON. NITE 'TIL 9 ZENDER'S QUALITY CLOTHINO Fojr MEN ft BOYS Limited Quantities MONDAY NIGHT SPECIALS 7 to 9 p.m. • Jewelry. Reg. to $2.00. NOW 29c White Wool Kneehi's. Reg. $2.00. NOW 66c 2 Only Winter Coats. Reg. $99.99. NOW $24,88 Mukluks Slippers. Reg. $3.50. NOW 88c Infants set Boys ft Girls. Reg. to $5.50. NOW 99c 99. NOW $1.99 Infant Jackets. Reg. MATERNITIES Keg. to $12.98 — NOW 99c George says get your hair curled NOW Bounty Salon Reg. $10.50 PERMANENT NOW $6.95 ALL HAIR CUTS $1.00 MONDAY ONLY Sportswear Reg. to $9.98 SWEATERS — NOW $3.99 Reg. to $15.00 SKIRTS — NOW $5.99 Coordinates — '/? price Lingerie SLIPS — BRAS BLOUSES — SLEEPWEAR (One Table) Reg. to $9.98 — NOW 99c Children's Department Children's Coats Reg. fo $7.98 — NOW $2.99 Reg. to $12.98 •- NOW $4.33 Children's Pastel Sweaters & SkirU Reg. $5.98 — NOW $1.99 Reg. $8.98 — NOW $2.99 Children's Coats & Jackets Reg. to $14.98-NOW $5.99 Reg. $14.98 to $17.98 — NOW $6.99 Boy's Suits £ Sportscoats Reg. to $12.98 $4.99 ALGONA IOWA SHEAKLEYS ALGONA IOWA Ladies and Childrens Fashions

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