"In the Spotlight" BJUSTROM'S Home Show Display • ALEXANDER-SMITH CARPETING • HOME FURNISHINGS 0 DRAPERIES & CURTAINS BIG SAVINGS ON GABLE ROOF GARAGES! 14' x 22' w/2x4 Roof Rafters w/2x6 Roof Rafters 441.00 464.00 16' x 22' 470.00 488.00 20' x 22' 607.00 20' x 24' 637.00 22' x 22' 638.00 22' x 24' 658.00 24' x 24' 703.00 24' x 26' 733.00 16 x 22 garage only $15.62 per month (36 mo.) THESE GARAGES INCLUDE: • 9' wide door on 14' & 16' width garage O 16' wide door on 20' and wider garages • Genuine Frantz garage door in 1200 series • Service door with key in knob lockset • Vt" plyscore on roof • 235 Lb. weight thick butt shingles • 8" Redwood Dolly Varden siding • 1 x 4 Corner braces • Gutter and eve trim in clear pine • Service and garage door jambs in clear pine • All nails • 2 slip head garage , windows • Aluminum siding corners • 3/8" exterior plywood soffit on all 12" overhangs • OS door and wood trim in clear brick molding .JJM.T.O\ UNITED BUILDING CENTERS, INC. S. Phillips Ph. 5-2619 oALGONA Crash victims are returned to Irvington Irvingtan — Patty Schulz, Janet Braun, and Mrs. John Schade, who has been patients in a Waterloo hospital since they were involved in a car accident near there April 10 were able to return home Saturday, has t The girls are still stiff and un- weeks, comfortable but plan to return to school in a few days. The Jack Schulzes went after Patty, and Janet and Roxanne Schade were brought home by gona. the latter's parents, the Darlow Rogerts. Patty is a first year student at Cedar Falls and the other two are Algona high school students. SURGERY SCHEDULED Mrs. Stella Seip is in Iowa City, and was scheduled for ceived surgery for a swelling above her award, right eye Tuesday. The swelling which the doctors have diagnosed as an accumulation of blood vessels has been giving her considerable discomfort for some time. Her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Klein, was taken by plane to Cedar Rapids Monday by Jack Guy, and went from there Easter songs a to Iowa City. She planned to re- special music; turn by bus Wednesday. Mrs. Marguerite Hayes, who had gone as far as Waterloo with the Jack Schulzes Saturday, was picked up there by her step son, the John Hayes family, and taken to Cedar Rapids for Easter with them. She flew back Monday afternoon with Jack Guy. The Bernard Frankls spent Thursday to Easter with the Donald Frankls, Minneapolis. They report they had to do a lot of detouring because of high water. Alice Patterson, Des Moines, was a weekend visitor of her parents, the Verl Pattersons. Mrs. Mary Dole, Algona, was taken to Iowa City late last week by the Elmer Doles. She was to have tests this week Monday to determine if a gall bladder operation is necessary. Guests at Harold Sabin's Palm Sunday for son David, who had joined the First Presbyterian church, Algona, were the Roy Bensens, Lyle Bensens and Ray Christiansens, Ringsted; the Geo. Pertls, Armstrong, Richard Mawdsleys, Geo. Olsens, Ronald Sabins, Mrs. Hazel Sabin and Mrs. Geo. McVay. Mrs. Habel Sabin was given a surprise birthday dinner Friday at the Ronald Sabin home. Other guests were the Harold Sabins and Mrs. Geo. McVay. Friday callers at Mrs. Sabin's were the Geo. Olsens, Harold Sabins, John Simons, here, and the Russell Harrises, Burt. The Ronald Sabins were in Des Moines Sunday visiting the Phil Neshiems and Dwight Sabins. The Dick St. Johns will go to Mason City Saturday where their daughter Julie, 6, will have x-rays and tests at the Park hospital. Julie has been under a doctor's care for several months because of a kidney condition. Mrs, Vena Schneider, spent the winter with Mrs. Viola Sebb at Emmetsburg, writes she plans to return home May 1. The Ed Ditsworths, Irvington, were Easter guests at Glenn Black's at Burt. Mrs. Marie Frankl was an Easter guest of her daughter, the Donald Bormanns, LuVerne. The Fun and Do ciub met April 14 with Deloris Kramer. Most members were present AL66NA (I6wa) ADVANCE—5 THURSDAY, APRIL 22, with Susan Kohlhaas, Atvitta Ernst and Dorothea Duffy as guests. At 500 prizes went to Rita Frankl, Dorothea Duffy and Eulalia Altman. The next meeting will be May 12 at Eulalia Altman's. Mrs. Mary Larsen, Roland, is spending a few days at Charles Reaper's. Mrs. Larsen is a sister of Marineus Hansen who has been making his home with the Reapers recently, but is now at St. Ann hospital. Mr. Hansen has been hospitalized two eeks. The Hugh Blacks and the Robert Tolsdorfs, New Haven, were Easter guests at the women's parents, the Ed Haggs, Alona. The Hugh Blacks went to Des Moines April 13 where they attended the award giving program for master farmer of the year. Many former master farmers and the families attended and Mr. Black was chpsen master farmer for 1965 and received the master farmer ward. Rolls, coffee and hot chocolate were served at the Irvington church Easter morning from 8 to 8:45. During the wor- shop services Karleen Klein, Donald Canaday and Ray Chamberlain joined the church. The primary department sang two Easter songs and the choir had pecial music; Easter guests at Gerald Coleman's were the A. J. Eastmans and Mrs. Henry Eastman, Britt, Ardain Eastmans, Kenneth Potters and Jim Romer, Algona. The Carroll Potters went to Iowa City Sunday. Monday Mrs. Potter entered a hospital for a check-up. Easter guests at Gerald Schmitt's were the Clarence Arbo- gasts and Adrian, Fenton, and Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Ringsted. FiveAlgonansto BPW convention Five Alaona women will attend the fourth district meeting of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Womans clubs Sunday at the Warden hotel in Fort Dodge. Those planning to go are Ruth McVay, oresident of the local chapter, Helen Comfort, Monica Storr, Ella Zumach, and Sally Christy. The theme of the day will be Hands of Friendship in the Golden Circle, and the country of Germany will be honored. Visiting clubs will be from 13 towns. S SPECIAL SALE of NEW PLYMOUTHS SPECIAL ON ALL NEW PLYMOUTHS IN STOCK DURING MONTH OF APRIL Barracuda... The fnsl.-moving new fnst- back priced under $2500.* (Fnry ITT a-Dr. H.T.) SPECIAL PRICE! (1 Only) BELVEDERE 4 Dr. Sedan S2375 Includes V-8, Auto. Trans., Radio and Undercoating. PLYMOUTH... NOW ONE CAR AWAY FROM 3rd PLACE IN KOSSUTH COUNTY * According To IADA Registration Figures CHOOSE YOUR NEW PLYMOUTH FROM THIS LIST OF CARS NOW IN STOCK SPORT FURY CONVERTIBLE FURY III 2 dr. Hardtop FURY II 4 dr. Sedan FURY I 4 dr. Sedan 383, 2 bbl., AT, PS/Radio, V-8, 383, 4 bbl., Radio, V-8, 318, AT, PS, Radio, V-8, 318, AT, Radio, WSW, White AT, PS, PB, WSW, vv/red. WSW, Light Turquoise BSW, White. FURY III 4 dr. 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