Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1965 · Page 3
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. . : Algona Library Opening Hours! Mon., Tue*., Thurs., 1:30-6 p.m.,' 74:30 p.m.; Wed. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:30-6 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Frl. 1 6 p.m.; 7.8:30 p.m.; Sat. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:30-6 p.m. , ', This week is National Library Week—April 25 to May 1. the theme for the 8th annual cele bration is "Know what you are talking about—Read". Make a date with yourself to visit your library this week and look over" the new magazines and books. The very newest books include Taylor Caldwell's "A Pillar of Printing Well done and fairly priced Office forms and printed pieces of all kinds — cards to catalogs Your patronage appreciated ADVANCE PUBLISHING COMPANY Algona , l - tfett'Y which - Ss ft nOVel abotlt Cicero. arid the Rome he tried to Save; "Oearest Debbie" is Dale Evans Rogers' book about her daughter who was killed in a school bus crash; a hew guide for teenagers by Sally Smith is "Nobody Said It's Easy", We 'have on special display a MUfnbe'r of flower, garden and bird books. .The latest magazine additions are ShoW, which replaces the no\v defunct Theatre Arts, Esquire and Fortune, and Christianity Today. Our thanks go to Mrs. H. C. Aillaud for her gift to the child- Rasmussen" ren's room of a Florida palm tree..The children love it and adults are invited to see it also. A "six weeks course of preschool story-hours have been completed with an attendance of over,50 children each Wednesday morning. Make every week library k, so that you can take ad- antage of the opportunities of- ered at the library. i Progress club at Portland ias meeting Portland — The Portland Progress .-Club' met Thursday afternoon, April 22 in the home of ;,Mrs. June Sparks with Mary Elasmussen assistant hostess. Thirteen " members and 'one guest, attending. Mrs. Eugene Meyer was a guest. Members were: Hilma Carlson, Viola Bee ker,-Edith Jandl, Vera Fitch Hazel Steven, Grace Trenary Sarah Stewart, Arlene Marlow Eva Shipler, Ethel Smith and Flossie Bartlett. Roll call: "An Easter Poem or Meditation." Vi ola Becker brought us the lesson on Care and Culture of Perennial. Plants. There was also a-plant seed or bulb exchange. Mrs. Randall Clark, South Kos- su'th Cancer Chairman, showed a cancer film. A motion was made by Vera Pitch and Seconded by Edith JSfidl, snd the club agreed to give two dollars to the Cancer Fund, as has been done each year. Hilma Carlson was in charge of fun time. June Sparks won a prize. Mary Rasmussen and Sarah Stewart each received a birthday gift from their Secret Sister. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon. May 20, Ella Lampe and Margaret Arndorfer hostesses. Roll Call: Iowa Land Marks. Program, Trip to Germany by Marie Parsons. Fun time by June sparks and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mnnkle nd four boys of Havelock, Maria from Des Moines and Mr. nd Mrs. Boyd Shipler were Easter dinner guests in the Earl ihipler home. Mr. and Mrs. Eos oe Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. lussell Henry of Jewel, were ft'ernoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henry were Easter dinner guests in the parental, Rosoe Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith had i pleasant surprise when their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bixler, of Wilmette, 111., flew home to spend Saster. They were met at the airport in Mason City by Brian Zwiefel. . Easter Sunday dinner guests n the A. L. Rasmussen home were, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks, Miss Marie Grover of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rasmussen and children of Chesterton, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmus- n : and children, -Kayla, Scott and Ricky returned home Tuesday, after spending four days, Easter vacation, at the parental A. L. Rasmussens; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parsons and family, of Burt were afternoon guests in the S. R. Parsons home Easter Sunday. Mr. and,Mrs. Stanley Ruse, r i i i i i i i Kraft named to KossutK County Advance SUBSCRIPTION BLANK I am net now * regular subscriber to thi Kotsuth County Advance but would Ilk* to be, Benin my subscription Immediately, Bill me for $5,00 the first of next month, —- 102 issues — Delivered Monday and Thursday — NAME ADDRESS I I • I I I I I commenting on their program.' Following the meeting, lunch was served and prizes awarded to Mrs. Paul Thilges, Sr., Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs. John Thul receiving the birthday gift. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas, Lynn and Randy spent Tuesday at Iowa City. Mrs. Clara Kohlhaas, Algona, the paternal grandmother stayed at the Kohlhaas home with her grandsons. Mrs. Anna Bormann, Alta Vista and Mrs. Paul Erpelding were guests of the 600 Club at the home of Mrs. Peter Bormann, on Thursday afternoon. Prizes were received by Mrs. VV. B Devine, Mrs. Anna Bormann and Mrs. Alphonse Berte. Mrs. Ber te entertains the club on May 6 Leroy and Steven were FULL DRfSS TUXEDOS inum FOINAL ATTIRE Let us dress you for your formal occasions... We specialize in up-to-date fashion for every occasion. Come find a fine fit . .v ~ modest rental! : LEUT ALGONA, IOWA Easter in the Sunday dinner guests Dwight Ruse home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andrea sen were supper guests in the Victor Fitch home Easter Sunday. •'.••; . Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings of Sexton were dinner guests in the S. R. Parsons home Mon day. "-The man who rolls up his sleeves seldom loses his shirt" Poppy Poster contest winners named, Ottosen Ottosen — Prize winners in the Poppy Poster contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary were grand prize Pamela Curry, first prize Patty Jacobson, second prize Kristie 'Struthers and third prize Kristine Mathiason. There were forty entries from the fifth and sixth grades. The posters will be on display in the store windows before Memorial Day. Mrs. Tom Olson of West Bend was a Wednesday night caller at the Donald Usher home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius were Sunday dinner guests at the Alf Lee home at Stratford. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Banwart and family of Walnut Grove, Minn, were Saturday afternoon and supper guests at the James Banwarts. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lee artd sons of Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland were Tuesday night supper guests at the Le Roy Worby home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Iverson nd Kay of Storm Lake were Caster dinner guests at the ionic of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk. Easter dinner guests at-'the Raymond Wehrspann's were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Reid and Mrs. A. M. Porter of Boone, Mrs. Millie Thomas of Fort Dodge and Neil Wehrspann of East Moine, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larson and family of Chicago were Saturday dinner guests at the Conrad Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Faulk and Monte of Des Moines were Saturday overnight guests at the Percy Watnems. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kanipen and sons were Easter dinner guests at the Willard Hart home. Mrs. Ed Nessen of West Bend was a Tuesday afternoon caller at the Donald Usher home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Waechter and three children of Columbia, Mo., were Saturday dinner guests at the Verne Waechters. PREHISTORIC WOOD — Dur ing a well drilling operation at Willams, Keneth Bryan obtained some pieces of wood that ap 1 parently were part of a tree carried into the area by a pre- istoric glacier. It had been 100 eet below the surface and al- lough did appear fresh when irst taken from the ground oon blackened in color and ompletely dried out. WE ARE AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR United Fund post An organizational meeting of ,he United Fund in Algona was held last Thursday. A letter of resignation from Gordon Hall, who is moving was read and William Kraft was elected as treasurer to replace Mr. Hall. Mrs. Kevin Nash was also elected to fill a vacancy on the board. Other committee assign ments were: Budget — John Claude, chrm., Mrs.'Lois Allen, Mrs. Genevon Taylor, Joe Pomplun and Delia Welter. Campaign — Don Gant, chrm. Mrs. Les Riter, Mrs. Jerry Cowan, Mrs. Harold Sundet, Pudge Miller, Elgin Allen, Jack Chris- chilles and Kevin Nash. Publicity — Clair Blossom, chrm., Mrs. Pearl Moore. Officers for SUoeCDA are nominated St. Joe — Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph's met on Wednesday evening with Grand Regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. Civil Defense films on Radio Active. Fallout and Rescue Breathing were shown by the Bode Fire Depart ment proceeding the meeting. The officers and past grand regents were invited to attend social evening as guests ol Court St. Cecelia's, Algona Monday, April 26 at 8 p.m. National Communion observance will be held Saturday, May 1, at 7:30 mass in St. Joseph's church The nominating committee pre sented a slate of officers to be elected at the May 12 monthly meeting. The Social Welfare Committee reported on projects being considered by the Court, with Rev. Leo. C. Schumacher Seneca Mr*. Henry Looft of Des Moln.es were Easter vcekend guests at the home of lis parents, the Cecil Baldwins, -tans Nielsen, a patient at the Turner Nursing Home at Armstrong joined them oh Easter Day. Palmer Jensen VFW commander Bancroft — Palmer Jensen was elected commander of the Rahe-Murray V.F.W. post here last Wednesday night at the reg ular meeting. Others elected were Gordon Delperdang, senior vice commander; Francis Priester, junior vice cotnman cler; Lawrence Walsh, quarter master; Homer McCarthy, 3 year Trustee; and Joe Kemna chaplain. MONDAY, APRIL M, 1«65 ALGONA (ldw«) ADVANCE-3 Harold Gronhovd, Shef- was a Wednesday after- Mr. field, noon caller at the Ted Jensens. Mr. Gronhovd was a former athletic coach at Seneca and is presently teaching at Sheffield. Mr. Gronhovd has accepted a Farm Bureau Insurance position at Mahkato and will discontinue the teaching profession. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin FEBE8ALUND MUSCULAR ACHES • PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these din- comforts, or your money back. At all drug counters. HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona, Iowa on ynir Inn:] provide safety — io,v payments — long term — privilege of paying anytime without penalty— n«0i dividends — ad- a'otability H changing nHK .._ othfi' a'lvantn^es with an organization that has rcveral times reduced interest, whon money costs make it possible. CONTACT FEDERAL LAND BANK OFFICE South of Penneys in Algona Preferably on Mondays and Wednesdays E. H. Hutchins, Mgr. Larry Severson Mrs. Helen Haas BOMGAA GARDEN CENTER NOW OPEN - Located behind cur Store - Use new back door entrance 450 ROSE BUSHES— PRICED AS LOW AS 99 e for 2 Bushes WIDE SELECTION-SOME PRICED TO $3 PER BUSH! 200 SHRUBS 15 VARIETIES TO CHOOSE FROM 250 TREES FRUIT & SHADE TREES ON HAND Bedding Plants — TOMATOES, CABBAGE, PETUNIAS, * MANY OTHERS All Products Grown In Southern Iowa — ABSOLUTELY NO TEXAS MERCHANDISE MMMMMMW iii Oolite Stlwtion Now il,,, HONSBRUCH DRUG "YQUR RPXALL DRUQ STORE" ARRIVING THURSDAY 100 Evergreen Trees FIVE STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM - PRICED FROM $4.59 EACH TO $5.99 •Arsr\a ILSu'ill. "Algonj's Quality Pry Cleaners 11 -GRASS SEED- • ONE POUND TO 25 LBS. • FIVE MIXTURES TO CHOOSE FROM 9 PRICED FROM 45f Li, & UP m ^ If IMv l^Wfi^PJP **™ 1 BOMGAARS STORE HOURS I?3Q i-m. tt 5:30 p.m, Friday* to 9:3Q p.m. s ioBEN FRANKLIN s-io Owned By Bob, G«r«ld, Sherri and Vi

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