Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1965
Page 8
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(lew*) ADVANCE MONDAY*. Ml 12, 19*5 NOTHING LIKE IT Ever Before ! RUSCO Ml-Sttdl, Self .Storing COMBINATION SCREEN AND STORM DOOR A screen door and storm door nil in one. Just raise glass for ventilation—like a window I •Call for foe Demonstration* ROBINSON CONST CO. Highway 18 Cast ALGONA, IOWA 10 - 20 * 30 Years A weekly feature of by-gono days By Erma L«a Deim February 22, 1955 Three Kossuth county towns wore cut off from any outside telephone communication for over 48 hours and two more served by the Bell Telephone Co. were in similar predicament following Saturday and Sunday's sleet and wind storm. The towns were Wesley, Titonka, Woden, Lakota and LuVerne. Mgr. I Claude reported over 300 brealcs i in telephone lines and 15 poles | down. ! Representatives of four Algona civic groups met Thursday night at City Mall to discuss a reported housing shortage In Algona. The Algona Bet Canto club will be featured over KOLO-TV Friday night. The group will! sing three numbers. i Two of the nine candidates! for "Miss Flower Show of 1955"! pictured were Karen Heller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Heller, and Anne Witmer, Reserve our beautiful . . . FOUNTAIN ROOM For your private parties When planning your private parties, think of Chai lie's, beau- '• litul "Fountain Room." You'll find it large enough to accom- ! modatc most any group — from 20 to 55 persons — and it ' ' is tastefully decorated and offers the utmost in privacy ' Call 295-9152 to reserve your date. * Charlie's Supper Club One mile south of Algona on Highway 169 daughter of Mr.i and Mrs. Pierce Witmer, Des Moines. Mrs. Wit> mer is the former, Helen Lusby. Algona high school won If* ninth straight basketball victory Friday as it crushed Iowa Falls, 80-71. The game was unusual in that there was not one substi tution on either side during the entire game and no one fouled out. Players that night were: Christensen, Galbraith, Meyer, Dermand, and Cook. Mr*. M. G. Bourne and Mrs. Harry Green berg served as judges at Britt Friday afternoon for dramatic readings, one act plays and radio speaking, in a preliminary round of schools in the Iowa Speech ass'n. Mel Bay had surgery at Rochester hospital Friday for a vertebra difficulty. He will remain there three weeks. The Lloyd Steinmans held open house on Sunday in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. The Ray Cooks entertained at a card party Saturday evening as a farewell for Dick Sorensens, and to celebrate Mrs. Cook's birthday. Attending were the Brady Rovns and the Paul Parkins. The evening was spent at cards and lunch was served. February 20, 1945 Last week 160 pounds of fat were collected here and delivered to the Algona Rendering works. It requires 3.1 pounds of waste fat to manufacture synthetic rubber used in tires and spares for only one eight-wheel army transport truck. It seems when the war isn't going so good more fat is turned in; things are going good, viol sa. The ft. W. Andersons, who now live on east State street, will move March i to one of the new houses in the housing ptoj ect on east Chubb itreet. Ruth flkiv d«ufM.r tl the W. J. Germans, and Rose Mary, daughter 61 the express agent, Fred Hoedeck artd his" Wife, re* ceived their nurses caps last Tuesday. Robert Deal, F, 1-e, ten of the. Bert Deals, was on board ship, somewhere in the South Pacific and had been thinking how Ipng it had been since he had seen anyone from home. Then the unexpected happened: Herbert Mathes, S, 1-c, son of the Lyle VTatheS, came aboard Bob's ship. tn Algona they had lived across the street from one another. Cpl. Leo M. Frankl, ton of Mrs. Ann Frankl, is now working at headquarters of the air ervice command and helping to keep America's bombers and fighters flying. Metdemot Helen White, C. R. Bennett, and Maxine Sharp, the latter of Storm Lake, will go to Des Moines Thursday for a stay till Sunday. • The PTA Founders dey wet celebrated last week in the Bryant auditorium. Mrs. L. J. Reed, chairman of the program committee, gave a short history; Wallace Roscoe sang two solos; Others, on the program and committee, were Mesdames H. El Lampright, Halbert Long, Al Thompson, L. C. Hutton, R. Wi on HOOVER CLEANERS With Hie Purchase of any Hoover Convertible Upright You May Purchase the tools for ONLY 22« HIOVER CONSTELLATION ConnniHt Cord Storagi! Telescopic Wan* Powerful Suction! ^f^-^^f I All Steil Construction! ^nFvSteVJ&aniHbi yLi JtriJtSsrA* - . n\ Ooubli-Stretch Hose! 10 Soeori In Walks H Air! No Whitls or lunws ConviniMt Tool Storafo! Combination Rug i Floor Nozzle! It's a lltwtf Too! 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