Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 1, 1965
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Burt couple on Saturday Burt — Ruth Peterson and Mennett J. Trunkhill were ntar : ried at the Burt Presbyterian - 1 "—*• at 2 p.m. Feb. 20, Rev. ASVANfii-g Jandi- home.- MONDAY, MARCH 1, BfUce dalbfeath Attendants were his daughter, Mrs. David Weston, Rockfofd, 111., and her son, Jerry Peterson, Whittemore. Music was by Mrs. Duane Mawdsley and Mary and Norma Harms sang. Guests Were the immediate family. Dinner was at 4 p.m. at the Cunningham Tea Room and evening dinner at the Anthony OPIN MOUSE There Was a gtfOd attendance at the Fafm Service Opeh-House Feb. 19*20 under the hew mart- j agement with •! headquarters at I Emmetsburg, Bob Hopping, Emmetsburg, is ! general manager; Ervin Handel, AlgonSi is assistant manager, .Gordtitv Happei, Burt, Clarence Ackerman , Ti- tionka, and Dale Hanover, Whittemore, are salesmen. J. D. An- drews, Burt, is warehouse manager, Bfyde Timm, Lake Mills, and Bill Becker* Algbftd, are petroleum tank men. The Shetland pony was won by Donald Strayer. Door prizes Went to Lloyd Bartelt, Titonka, Vincent Govern, Titonka, and Mike Me- Ginnis, Algona. Coffee and do- nughnuts were served, NINE AT REST HOME There are nine at Wilfair Haven now. Two new guests are William -Marnach, Whittemore, and Morris Parsons, Algona. Mrs. Fred Gebken is convalescing foi 1 a short time there. The Jack Tiemans, Art Tielz- es and David Dreyers visited the Henry Tiemans. Mrs. Perry Lowman, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Pool, Mrs. Don Klemme, Jon Scott, Mrs. Vic Friederes and children visited Mrs. Rose Jennings. Mrs. Ken Nemmers visited Morris Parsons, and Mrs. j Henry Schullz visited William Marhach. Guests for dinner Sunday at Mennett L. Trunkhiirs were the David Westons, Rock ford, 111., Anthony Jandls, Eugene Jandl, the M. J. Trimkhills, and Hichard Trimkhills. Catherine Trunkhill was home 'Friday to Monday. She attends Stewarts' School of Beauty at ! Sioux City. The M. .1. Trimkhills itook her to Sioux City Monday. W.S.C.S. meets March 3 at the Burl Methodist church, with hostesses Marie Parsons, Shiflcy Lovstad, Jertny Riebhoff, Lorena Roark, Beulan Davis. Devotions are by Florence Spear, and program by Ethel Smith. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet March 2 at the Legion hall with hostesses Elva Boettcher and Myrtle Zwiefel. The Good Will truck will be in Burt March 10. [ The Andrew Harms family, Pocahontas, spent the weekend at the parental Jerry r Wienef'9. A birthday din'tief. WS* Held Feb. 21 at Cletus Stoietel'S for Sandra's llth birthday. CJuesls were Mrs. Myrtle Zwfefel ano Patricia and the Merrill ftwiefels, Donald Peterson, ifi the navy, came home from San Diego for a few clays and will return Mar. 5 to Nevada for further training. The Russell Castors, Sutherland, visited friends in Burt Feb. 20. ,'WS^VAnn\VAW«VA^W.W.V^^^WiV^W SPECIAL 10-day Chair ^^^^^kfelfci • TRUCKLOAD SALE BEGINS MO N! i SWIVEL ROCKERS SWIVEL ROCKERS SWIVEL ROCKERS RECLINER 58.00 $ 98.00 88.00 138.00 $ 78.00 68.00 $ 78.00 58.00 SPECIAL PURCHASE a*d tf& SAVINGS o R E AD S Furniture and Carpets "Complete Home Furnishing Headquarters" Nwtb Hall Sim! ALGONA Pfcow 6-2216 CHAIR STYLES,,. FABRICS,,. COLORS I ALL FOAM SWIVEL ' SWIVEL RECLINER CHAIRS High Back ROCKERS High Back ROCKERS SWIVEL ROCKEK

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