Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
Page 9
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YOU Will FIND THE ANSWER in FVFRY HOUSF PAINTING PROBLEM IN THIS ONE GALLON CAN' LATEX HOUSE PAINT • . . does what other latex house paints can't do! • No weather worries. Paint in damp or dry weather — even when surface is wet. • No special primers required for repaint work • Dries bug and dust-free in one hour or less • Painting tools clean up with water • No Ihinners or skin-irritatina solvents needed • Unlimited color selection — choice of 1,001 An outilanding valut at $7.95 ptr gal.-with ntw and •ictuifvc Gill Cdge Trim « Shufftr fnomtl in choice of 7,001 co/ort for acctnf of only $ 2.95 ptr qt. SEE US NOW for all your painting needs and for low priced SPECIALS on painting tools and accessories Cowan 'Formerly Ready-Mix Concrete and Lumber Co." ALCONA Many {nests at Burt for Easter visits Burt — Guests Easter at Met- HI Zwiefet's were Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and Patsy, the Brian Zwlefels, Cletus Zwiefeis, Gary Zwiefels, and Phillip Seaburgs, Ames. GREAT GRANDPARENTS The Walter Stewards are great grandparents. Their grandson Gary Abbas, Clyde, 0., has an 8-lb. son Michael born April 16. The Stewards raised Gary. His mother died when he was 2 years old. Mrs. Florence Bagby is also a great grandmother. START NEW HOME Work was started Monday on another new home in Burt just north of the late Albert Volentine house. The Tietz Construction Co. will build a three bedroom house with full basement. $31 IN EASTER LILIES Junior Girl Scouts and the Burt Blue Birds 4-H club sold Easter Lilies last week and collected $31.25. The paper lily is made by physically handicapped persons and the money is used for crippled children and adults in Iowa. The Cecil Andersons, Elmore, were guests Easter at F. C. Soderberg's. Mrs. Lawrence Abramson, Geneva, 111., visited several days at her brother, F. C. Soderberg's and also visited in Algona and Bancroft. The E. P. Fredricksons spent Easter at 'Jim Fredrickson's, Rockwell. The Jack McMullens, Northwood, were home April 17. The Dale Bixlers, Chicago, spent Easter vacation at the parental Jake Smith's. The Jack Thompsons Minneapolis, were home for the Easter weekend at the parental Ed Larson's. The Gary Pringles, Council Bluffs, visited relatives on the Easter vacation. Mrs. Pringle is the former Kathleen Groen. The LeRoy Davises will move to the Methodist parsonage May The Odey Cherlands • were guests Sunday at Carl Reynold's. Guests Easter at Dean Andrews' were the C. M. Ludwigs, ALOONA (low*) AOVANCE-3 THURSDAY, APRIL M, 1*5 MR. AND MRS. William L. Rode, Titonka, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda Lou to Ronald Ray Lee, son of the Bert Lees, Fertile. The wedding will be Saturday, May 1, 8 p.m. in the Immanuel Lutheran church, Titonka. Linda is a graduate of the LaJames Beauty School, Mason City and he is engaged in farming. Engaged Ottosen, Dale Struthers and Henry Mertzes, Wesley, the Ross Struthers, Ann Ludwig, Des Moines, Lee Struthers family, Sioux City, the D. S. Simmons, West Bend, Louis Scotts, Burt, and Michael Scotts, Burt. Guests at Howard Salisbury's Easter were the Milton Salis- burys, Forest City.and the Merlin Madsens. Guests at W. B. Shipler's Easter were Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf, the Donald Ringsdorfs, Roy Ringsdorfs, and Bob See- felds, Wesley, and Gene Rings- dorfs, Estherville. Mrs. Edna Seifert and the Carlos Seiferts, Farmer City, 111., have been .guests at Eari Ackerman's. Mrs. Edna Seiferl is Mr. Ackerman's aunt. Easter a family Ackerman reunion was held at the Burt Legion"' hall with 30 present. A pot luck dinner and lunch was served. The Alvin Baumgards spent Easter Sunday in Brewster Minn., at William Baumgard's. The George Crawfords, Ma son City, spent Saturday in Burt on business. Mrs. Crawford is the former Ellen Volentine. An evening dinner was held Easter Sunday : at Martir^Bgck- er's, Algona. Present' were Mrs Ethyl Hain, Algona, the Thees Schnakenbergs, LuVerne, Geo- ge Beckers, Prank Bccfcefs, loscoe Mawdsleys Jr. and the Harold Beckers. Guests Easter of Helen and John Schwietert were the Mel- vitt Hunts, bolliver, Maflin Wosloskis, East Chain, Mrs, Lorena Roark and Oilman Schwietert. Judith and Janet Mitchell went to Austin, Minn. Wednesday to visit their cousin Sally Williams, who returned home with them until Sunday. Easter guests at Don Mitchell's were the Roy Williams, Austin, Minn., Mrs. L. C. Wiliams, Welcome, Sally Williams, Austin. Judith and Janet returned to Iowa City Sunday. The T.N.T. club had a one o'clock luncheon April 20 at Ethel Dremmel's for her birth- lay. Hostesses were Beth Miller and Mary Jean Andrews. Guests Easter at A. C. Hinckley's were the James Brehms, Yankton, S. D., Don Thomsons, [owa City, Larry Hinckley, Des Moines. The Bill Schatzes were home Friday but spent the Easter vacation with his folks in Menno, S. D. The R. E. Kautzkyes, Fort Dodge, Mrs. A. H. Meinzer and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus were dinner guests of Rutli Hodgson Easter. Afternoon and evening dinner guests included Mrs. H. 0. Buell and Mrs. Loretta Waltman for Mrs. Meinzer's birthday. Mrs. Bertha Elvidge spent Easter in Swea City at Ed Stewart's, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf was guest Easter at W. B. Shipler's, Swea City. -,,; Guests Easter of Lulu Ha'w- cott and Selina Clifton were the Wallace Hawcotts, Kenneth, Mrs. Etta Holdren and Mrs. Gladys Hawcott. Winners named at HOME SHOW SPECIAL THIS WEEKEND! — Available Downtown Store or Home Show Display — TIER CURTAIN and VALANCE SETS Picture-pretty curtains to frame your windows in beauty.,, add a new freshness to your home 1 67 SET Reg. 1.98 Colorful provincial or contemporary prints . . . lovely embroideries.,, misty sheers with flocking. Most are drip- dry . . . just rehang when damp and your laundering chore is over! And the colors? Just about every shade you can imagine. • COTTON SAILCLOTH • FIBEMGLAS .• RAYON CHALLIS • NINON • DACRON* POLYESTER MARQUISETTE EVERLOH 1 at your panel curtains 17 BCD CP*M»« n 1.91 Tailored cyrtains of drip-dry permanent finish rayon need IJttle or no ironing. Just hand wash^-rehang^r and presto! The oft-miserable job is finished i . . leaving you scads of time for all those things you'd rather do than iron curtains. White and a veritable rainbow of colors. Most 40 in. wide, §} in. long. This weekend, only at this reduced, price. LuVerne — At the tire day at Clarence Nielsen's DX station the prizes awarded went -to Mrs. Jerry Stille; Mrs. James Mallory, Theodore Johnson, and Gail Wolf. Easter guests of the L. C. Wittmeiers were their son, the Gary Wittmeiers, Mrs. Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge, the Jim Heftis, LuVerne. Callers were the Harold Ristaus, Mrs. Charles Hinz, Lester Hinz, LuVerne, and Philip Faurage, Livermore. Mrs. Faye Lichty was an Easter? guest'of-her. son, the DeE&y Lichtys, Mason City. Mrs. Eunice Meyer, Adel, spent the Easter weekend visiting relatives and friends. The Earl Johns family visited Sunday with the Andy Wer- ne.tts, at Britt. Biddies and Kiddies club met at Dorothy Hinz's Tuesday. Prizes went to Marlys Stille, Mary Ann Calkins, nine bids, Marcia Arends, and travel to Doris Johns. The next will be at Harriet Schultz's. Beulah and Doris Eggleston, Des Moines, spent the weekend with their mother Myrtle Eggleston. Saturday they visited the Art Henrys, Rockwell City. The Bud Langbehns, Green Mountain, were recent guests of their daughter, Mrs. Allen Blake. Mrs. Allen Blake went to Sioux City Wednesday and brought home Richard Blake. Music Mothers will meet Apr. 26 at 8 p.m. at the school. This will be the last meeting. Mrs. Gail Wolf visited her mother, Laura Mitsven, Bode, Friday. Sunday guests at Elmer Kubly's were the Ralph Stolls. Dale Kubly was home over the weekend. He returned to Ames Monday. The Eldon Guesses visited their daughter, the Don Knights, Cedar Rapids; from Wednesday to Friday. Guests for the weekend at Melvin Kubly's were the Larry Kublys, Lake City, Minn. The Melvin Kublys, LuVerne, Larry Kublys, Lake City, Marvin Meyers, Corwith, Frank Johnsons, Livermore, and Pete Rubergs were guests at Robert Merchant's near Badger Sun day. invited displays! ALGONA ow 23-24-25 NO MVMINT WH VNIIV JWH »K (hv|t |w<h«tt mffe mw| 4-H club news UNION ALETHEAN Union Aletheans met April 6. Bonita Killsholm read the schedule for the bake sale at Hood's Saturday at 9. Plans were made for the Mother's Day Tea. The committee for table decorations and getting gifts for the mothers is Janet Erpelding, Connie Molacek, and Linda Dodds. Going to district ca are Linda Nitchals and Susan Dodds. Janet Erpelding and Loi Hunt gave talks. Linda Nitchals and Bonita Kiilsholm gave demonstrations. Linda Nitchals led group activity. The Father's supper was March 27. Julie Mo- lagek is reporter. I 1 SEE THE NEW RCA 25" Rectangular Color TV & 1966 Portables IN OUR BOOTH . . . SEE YOU AT THE SHOW TOMS RADiO&tV SEE Miss VARATHANE at SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT ElECTROLUX See the new upright and lank cleaner. AMERICA'S ONLY AUTOMATIC CLEANER. MOTOR DRIVEN ROTATING BRUSH, CLEANS FASTER FLUFFS CARPETNAP. DEAN PRENTICE Phone 295-7047 Algona We will be displaying New Ruberoid floor tile, Andersen windows and a new gliding door, Pascagoula pre-finished wall paneling, Weiser Locks and U. S. Gypsum Co. building products. MILLER LUMBER CO. HEY! SEE YOUR CULLICAN MAN AT THE HOME SHOW Culligan Soft Water Service SEE FLEXALUM ALUMINUM SIDINGS and AWNINGS RUSCO DOORS & WINDOWS at Construction Co. r LINDSAY SEE THE 1965 Model "PRINCESS' LINDSAY SOFT WATER Business Opportunity Part or Full Time See PAUL and NELLIE JAMES s at THE HW BRONSON Building Service Our display will have Clay Farrowing Stalls, Elliot Paint, all types of hardwood paneling. Check with us on Redi- Bilt Homes. See the Millwork display. Be sure and register, — See the latest in — • Armstrong & Nairn Vinyl Floor Covering • Ceramic tile for Bathrooms, entries, etc. Register for 12 yards of both Armstrong and Nairn Floors. ALGONA FLOOR SERVICE • Willard Zeigler f Grady Phillips • C. Macumber

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