Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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Wesley girl married at Cedar Falls Wet ley — The Glenn Gabrielson family attended the wedding of their daughter Glenda Gabrielson and Waller Murphy, son of the Jerry Murphys. New Hampton, May 1 in Cedar Falls. Both are students at the Stale College. DIES Word was received here of the death of Rose Ann Schmack, 71. of cancer at a nursing home in Waterloo. Burial services were held Saturday at St. Mary's Catholic church In Lament, her former home. She was a sister of Mrs. G. L. 01- sen, El Cajon. Calif., a former Wesley resident. Mrs. Olscn is a former primary teacher in the Wesley public school. Her sister Rose Ann had visited the Olscns here many times. ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. Harold Weber attended a pre-nuptial shower Sunday in 4-ALOONA ((AW*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 6, St. Cecelia's hall, AJgona, for her niece, Ellen Seimer, daughter of the Clarence Seimers, Irvington. She will marry Jim Gallon, Algona, May 22. GOLF COURSE OPEN The Hillside Golf Course PLAN NOW FOR FALL STORAGE & DRYING! 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The advisory board decided that Wednesday would be ladies day and Thursday will be men's day, through the season. Allen Blake, LuVcrne, was speaker in the Methodist church Sunday. The Rev. It. U. Smiths arc on a vacation trip to the West Coast. Mrs. Lucy Brabcc returned Saturday after two weeks with the Joe Cayanaughs, Denver, Colo., and with her daughter, Sister Mary Lucllcn, Butte, Mont. Kay Hilbcrt, daughter of the Norbcrt Hilbcrts, began work recently in the Security First National bank in Los Angeles, Calif, and expected to be transferred to a new and larger bank there soon. May 9 the four choruses of Garrigan will give a program at 8 o'clock in the auditorium. The Cemetery committee of St. Joseph's parish met Monday evening at the cemetery. Circle 1 of the guild held a cleaning bee at the church Wednesday at 1:30. A question box will be featured at the next guild meeting. The J. P. Hauptmans called at Ray Schlcusner's, Forest City, Sunday. George Licktcig attended the K. C. initiation at Algona Sun- clay. Mrs. Licktcig and Wendy accompanied her parents, the Bernard Schrauths to Whittemore to visit the Dan Foleys. The Garrigan Junior-Senior prom will be "held May 14. Corwith-Wesley school band won a one rating at the musical contest in Cedar Falls May 1. Mrs. Geo. Detmering and Mrs. Luther Nygaard were weekend guests of their daughter, Linda Detmering and Mavis Nygaard, for Mothers Day observance at Cedar Falls, The Gary Pearsons, Des Moincs, were weekend guests at the parental Tony Pearson's. The Larry Pearsons, Titonka, were also Sunday guests. Larry had recently arrived home from Oklahoma where he had been six months with the National Guard. The Herman Bodes, Orville family night ham dinner iMhe Melvin Severns home heaf §Uj. son. April 26. - j Mrs. Chloic Simpson had is Sunday guests the Kenneth " ovans, Eslherville, and Lcwerkes, Britl. Lowell Erdman, Decorahi, __ a business visitor Friday and Saturday. He also visited his mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman, and sister, Mrs. Chas. Vestrem, Howard Hanson, Miller^ broth' cr of Hay and Theron Hansen, is hospitalized at Mason City for throat surgery. The Leonard Studers, Iowa Falls, were Sunday noon guests of her parents, the Richard Smiths, and supper guests of his parents the Herman Studers. The Lawrence Reisbergs and Louis Reisbergs, Halbur, spent Sunday with the men's sister, Mrs. Albert Lickteig. Mike Licktcig, Loras College, Dubuquc, spent the weekend at the parental Albert Lickteig's. Jolenc Vitzthum, Des Moines, daughter of the Gaylon Vitz- thums, Stuart, and a friend, Jo Marie Hall, also Des Moines, were weekend guests of the former's grandparents, the Geo. Vitzthums. The Tom Vitzthums, Laurcns, were Sunday guests of his parents. Leo Hanig entered the Britt hospital April 25 for medical treatment. The John Weilands; Whittemore, and Chas. Weidens, Corwith, were Sunday guests at Orville Wcilanci's for his birthday. The Dave Kleins spent the weekend in DCS Moines .and attended the Ice Follies.. cause of the flood witert. tteytwo harried sons, Dean and Bill, . .,, ^......... Md ^ Aflgus R ^ d 4U o{ Kansas City, Mo. They came for the funeral for Mrs. Alice Pieree, Algona. Mrs. Reed was a niece of Mrs. Pierce. The Howard Swansons were in Ames April 25 and helped host a Golden Wedding observance lor the 0. L. Osborns, parents of Mrs. Swanson. stayed with friend* at dorf, Mrs. Coulter is the former Zelba Winkie. Algona, and 'is a niece of Mrs. Hazel Sibifl. The John Doles recently returned from Lawton, okla., where they visited the Hi J, Carpenters, parents of Mrs. Dole. Mrs. Gerald Coleman and daughter Judy left by train Sunday for Ormond Beach, Fla., for two weeks with the former's brother, the Loren Stevens and wife. Mrs. Coleman's mother, Mrs. Henry Stevens, Ogden, is keeping house at the Coleman home in their absence. Guests at Harold Sabin's Apr. 24 were Mrs. Nina Pierre and The Lawrence croft, called at Menkes, Ban- Elmer Dole's last week, They had just return ed from Florida and North Carolina, where they had been since early in January. The time in Carolina was spent with their daughter, the Bill Russells. Bill had served in Viet Nam but is now being graduated from school at Camp Ligume. Kossuth County Advance SUBSCRIPTION BUNK I »m net now a rttutar iufc*rl»f to &• K«MU»li C«u«ty Advance but wtuM «ki tt hi, t«ftn my tubterlptlon imnwcfiittiy, Bill n» frf *S.M tt» fir»t *f nt*f month, — 102 iituM — D*H*r*rf Monday and Tttunday — NAME ADDRESS Smiths and Clarence Aitchesons Irvington By Mae McLean Mrs. Mary Dole, who had surgery in Iowa City recently, is expected home Saturday, lifrs. Elmer Dole who had been'.with her for over two weeks returned home Thursday. The Henry Pfeffers had as guests May 2 for the first communion of their son Luke, Father Ruba, Mrs. Anna Pfeffer and John, Mrs. Henrietta Tucker and Toni, the Ray Muellers, Mrs. Anna Eischen, the Robert Eischens, Lawrence Pfeffers and David Seller. Julia Ann, infant daughter of the Robert Mayers, was baptized Monday by the Rev. Nicholas Ruba. Sponsors were Orville Thill and Mary Ann Eischen. Mrs. Leo, Coulter, Davenport ! , had to vacate .their home be- 14 aw«?«sws^.>.',:v-...^s*kj t . j.- See how you SAVE! Birch Wall Paneling 4x8 Sheet __ ea. $6.72 Oak Wall Paneling 4x8 Sheet _. ea. $6.99 Washable White Ceiling Tile — ea. Me Adjustable Basement Jack Post ea. $4.99 Metal Picnic Table Frame Kit ._ Set $7.69 White Asphalt Roof Shingles sq. $7.89 May 6st to May 15th only Self Storing Aluminum Combination Door ea. $34.95 Special Reduced Prices on all Aluminum Combination Storms & Screens. redecorate gjnow cost| Fascinating "Take a peek at our new paneled family room" "Over 18 feet long and more than six feet wide- trie neighbors are simply green. "And the way it's furnished- wall-to-wall carpeting, saddle-grain vinyl on the seats. "The paneling? Dreamy! r Rich, deep, laminated walnut grain. : builder? JJddge, of course." Improve the looks of your home with this beautiful addition-the Dodge Custom'880 Wagon. 'Power outlets? Glad you asked. 383 2-bbl. V8 standard; 383 4-bbl, 413 and 426 VB's optional. Other performance options' include a. Sure Grip differential and ' " ' • '• trailer towing package. Two- or three-seat models available to suit your fancy. Custom 880 wagon-best-looking room on the road. '65 Dodge Wagons Pemval Motors, 800 South Phillips St, ALGONA WATCH "THE Ml HOP! SHOW." NIC-TV. CMCK VOM LOCAL U37KW. • •CHICK YOU* CM... VOW OMVINS ... CHECK ACCIDENTS. Beautifully prefinished panel- Ing, 4 x 8-foot sheets, each... UNITED UNITED BUILDING CENTER Hone Remodeling All types Complete servic* Home repairs and improvements are one of our specialties, No job too large or too «mall, You deal with one responsible firm for all phases of the work. Sat« isfaction guaranteed! Free estimates. 5-YEAR PAYMENT PLAN ordinarily NO PQWN PAYMENT Everything complete.,, for hpme repoirs, remodeling, expansion. We'll handle the entire project , , . Including construction or installation by our co-operating contractors. We tie the loose ends together. Up to five years to pay. VV/iere you get coordinated services See the Chevrolet at the Auto Show Chevrolet 1965 EXHIBITS •'Arz5» DISPLAYS It's,new! It's different I It's Chevrolet's 1965 Moto'revue, Sec a powerful V8 engine revolve on a spit,,Watch a Chevrolet lift right off its chassis to show you what gives it go-power. Examine the-workings of a 4-cylinder diesel engine. And, while you're there, slip into and size up the beautiful Chevrolets for '65. Make it a family affair, It's free and really fascinating, See the Motorevu'e Shpyv today. You'll be excited too when you see what we have to show you! Get your tickets at our garage or at the show Saturday & Sunday ••FREE GAR TO BE OWEN AWAY SUNDAY NNMT" KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. "Chevrolet Sales 4 Service" Phon, AKJQNA

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