Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 10, 1965
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1-AlOONA (lew.) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAY Id, IMS Bear Facts On Tuesday, May 4, the bookkeeping classes viewed a film about a C.P.A. (Certified Public Accountant). It showed the daily routine of the normal C.P.A. and how he handled specific clients and problems. The film was very beneficial to all. — GHS— The Seniors received their announcements on Monday and Tuesday, May 3 and 4. They have all been busy exchanging name cards and signing each other's memory books. — GHS— On Tuesday, May 4, there was a meeting for all boys who were interested in going out for football next year. — GHS— The band began marching outside on Wednesday, May 5. The band will play for the March of Dimes "air lift" at the airport on May 16, will march in Whittemore on Memorial Day, and will march in Mason City in June. — GHS— On Thursday, May 6, the annual May Crowning ceremonies were held at Garrigan. The Blessed Virgin was crowned by Zita Duffy; who was chosen by the Senior girls. The program also included a ' living rosary made up of members of all four classes. —GHS— We wish to express our sincere sympathy to Rosa Lee Illg on the death of her father. ' Officers for history group are elected Married at Livermore Linda Jean. Schriber, daugh- Livermore. Rev. Worthie Usher Chester Schoby was re-elected president of the Kossuth Ml* torical Society at its annual meeting Sunday afternoon at the burl SCHOOL There were over 2uu present. Utner olticers are Hugh Black, vice-president; Millie Single, sec.; and Roy McMahon, treas, Directors named include L. E. Lmnan, Mrs. Wayne Keith, Helen Hutchison, Stewart Me i<adden, i-rcd Plumb, Llye Stcele, Mrs. Art benschoter, Ray i j otter and Roscoe Mawdsley, Algona. C. C. inman, Bancroft; Mrs. Lance Riebhoit, Mrs. t). M. Gross, John b. Wilson, and Mrs, Lee l j ratt, burt; Mrs. Henry Looft, i-cnton; Mrs. Gertrude ijUKota. Angus Cotton, Everett Hanna, and Harlan blanchard, Lone Rock; Jim Mallory, LuVerne; Harold Jones, Harold Fisher, Swea City; W. A. Schram, Florence Reynolds and Louis (Jester- reiclier, 'litonka. . The nominating committee was Marc Moore, uon Smith Sr. and Leota Geigel. ,' The program this year dealt with oid times and many of those present told of incidents n the old days. ; were guests In the home of Mr. afid Mrs. Gordon, Weiley, fof the first holy communion of Dean Milbett on Sund*y. Eugene Zeimet returned home Friday from Veterans hospital, bes Moines, where he had been i medical patient 10 days, Mrs. Clarence Bormann had the Farmerette 500 club Wednesday with Mrs, Hubert 0'* Bricn, Mrs. E. M, Gales and Mrs. Irene Bormann guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Irene Bormann, Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien. Mrs. Martin Friders has the club May 19. The Ed Andrelinas, Medicine Lake, Mont., and Darrell Fri- dcrses, Bozeman, Mont., spent the weekend here visiting and attended the wedding ot Connie Rathkc, daughter of the Frank Rathkes, Humboldt Saturday in Humboldt. Mrs. An- drelinas and Mrs. Rathke are daughters of Math Zeimet, St. . I_The Commercial II class worked with the checkwriting machine last week. The students were allowed to keep the checks they wrote, but unfortunately, they were not signed. ; _GHS-- A selection of class colors, motto, etc. was made by the Seniors. They were: colors, bur- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schriber, and Larry Frederiksen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Frederikscn, were married Apr. 17 at the Methodist church in gun,dy and pink; flower, pink rose; saint, Thomas Acquirias; and motto, "climb as if you will live forever, live as if you will die tomorrow." —GHS— Prom tickets arc .being sold in the homerooms to all Jun- niors and • Seniors who wish to attend. ' —GHS— Senior English classes are now studying . modern drama. "The Barrets of Wimpole Street" is ment. their first assign- —GHS— • The physics' classes 'have been doing term papers. Sister Mary Imelda has been holding classes before regular school hours to make up for the, time lost during her illness; officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father and attended by her sister, Janice Schriber. best man was. Jerry *rederiksen, brother of the groom. Mrs. Rasmus Uison was organist and ushers were Calm ivilts and Richard FrederiKsen 01 Juivermore. A reception was held in the church puriors with busan Ercl- man at the guest DOOK; Katny Myers serveu punch and Jem DeWitt poured. Sharon Frederiksen had charge or the guts. Mrs. Walton OeWitt cut the cake. Waitresses were Mesdames Curt tox and Ralph Myers. In tne kitchen were Mrs. Herb Rancy and Mrs. Earl Annstrong. Out of town guests were from Renwick, Estherville, Corwith, Humboldt, M. Dodge and brad- gate. . -, ; They are living' at Liverjnore Joe. Funeral oer vices for James Wcydert, Waseca, Minn., formerly from here were held in Sacred Heart church i'n Waseca, Minn., Friday morning with relatives from here attending. Mr. Weydert was a brother-in- law of Math Zeimet, the John B. Redings and Frank 'Redings. St. Joseph's Parish members attended a parish dinner Sun day in St. Joseph'* School hall with the Sisters of St. Ftandi Development Fund Campaign feSUlti gratifying. Following the dinner short talks were by ReV, Led 6. Schumacher, Joe Sinnwell, Bill McGuire and Mil' ford Plithe, Sister M. Sarah O.S.F, responded for the Sisters, A social evening followed with Mrs. Don Reding and Alvin Klein receiving high and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider and Walter Ffeilinger low in 500. Mrs, Ralph Reding received the door prize, Alf OHM Is nominated for English a ward John Snyder, Algona high school, has been nominated for the annual Achievement Awards Program, sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English. The writing abilities and literary awareness of each nominee will be judged by local and state committees, and NCTE will announce the winners in December, 1965. The names will be sent to every U. S. college and university director of admissions and English department chairman with the recommendation that these students be considered for scholarship assistance. f he C. R. Sehobyf, J6hn Laves and Dr. C, L. Holts attended a district Rotary meeting Friday and Saturday at Dubuaue. The newly elected governor, Elmer yndhart, ttumboldt, will attend the Rotaty Ahftfurty fie*t Mdftday night at ihr Ai* goflt Country Club. DrvWott will tell of his visit to i Rottry club in South America. Mr, Sehoby, as new club president and John Love, as new secre< tary, will attend a workshop in Iowa Falls June 15. Let us dress you for your formal occasions... We specialize in up-to-date fashion for every occasion, Come find a fine fit... modest rental! IIAMS •LOOM, IOWA St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner The John B. Redings and Donnie Illgs spent last weekend in Dubuque with Sister M. Madeline O.S.F. at Holy Ghost Convent. • •••••. •-. /«: The M. T. McGuires spent the weekend with their son, Brother Donald McGuire, St. Benedicts, Atchinson, Kan. ',The C. R. Kollasches, Whitte? more, Mike bormanns, Algona; and. Maurice Laubenthals, Wesley, were guests Sunday of Mrs" Irene Bormann lor ihe tirst Holy communion ot Mark Bormann in St. Joseph's church April 25. •'•;•' The Frank Hilberts, Peter Bormanns, Don bormanns, and Mrs. Howard Bormann iamity; St. Joe, and Jerry Krischel*, ! LET'S TALK ABOUT ADVERTISING During the first quarter of 1965, the KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE set a new all-time record for advertising lineage for any Algona newspaper. Previous record was held by the Advance during 1964, In addition, the recent month of April was the biggest advertising month ANY Algona newspaper has ever compiled with the exception of the Centennial issue of 1954. The Advance in its nine issues during April ran a total of 12,976 inches of Paid Advertising, NOT including legal notices or classified ads. No other Algona newspaper has ever reached this figure. The reason — simple! Kossuth County advertisers KNOW the Advance has the largest uncontested PAID CIRCULATION of any newspaper in the county. We don't have to GIVE OUR PAPER AWAY — it is bought and paid for by more Kossuth county residents than any other Kossuth newspaper. The reason is simple too — the Advance runs more NEWS, more PICTURES and mere ADVERTISING. Readers like it for the three grocery ads appearing each week, plus most pf the ladies ready-to-wear, furniture, variety store and other advertising. Why is the Advance ON TOP? Because each month jt strives to become a better paper, it has no limits as to how many pictures it will run or how much news it will print. IT COVERS A WIDER AREA both north and south THAN ANY OTHER AREA NEWSPAPER. No wonder advertisers know they are getting their dollars worth when they put their advertising in the Advance. IT HAS THE HIGHEST PAID CIRCULATION OF ANY KOSSUTH COUNTY NiWSPAPiR — AND THIS FACT IS UNCONTESTEP! The KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE "Kossuth's Top Newspaper — Delivered to you Mondays and Thursdays" 1 A NEW DRAPERY SERVICE AT THE CH RISC HI LIES STORE READY-MADE DRAPERIES Only CHRISCHILLES' IN ALGONA offers you such a tremendous selection. Over 300 sites and colors—including cottons, fiberglass, antique satins, plains and boucles. PLUS MANY, MANY MORE I For your every window need, shop Chris- chilles — Drapery Headquarter* for Northern Iowa. Check these prices for quality fabrics... TWO TO THREE WEEK DELIVERY. BE ABLE TO TAKE SAMPLES HOME TO TRY. BEAUTIFUL DECORATOR FABRICS FOR THE BUDGET-MINDED! Pleated Width Per Pair Length 3«" 45" 54" 63" 72" •1" 14" 90" 95" 99" 101" 48" single width 5.50 6.50 7,50 1,50 9.50 10,50 11.50 12.50 13,50 14,50 15.50 72" l'/a width 9.50 10.91 1X50 13.91 15.50 16,91 11.50 19,91 21.50 22.91 24,50 96" double width 13,50 15.50 17.50 19,50 21,50 23.50 25.50 27,50 29.50 31,50 33.50 120" 2'/a width 16.98 18,98 20.98 22.98 24,98 26.98 28,98 30,98 32.98 34,98 36.98 144" triple width 19.98 22,50 24.98 27.50 29.98 32.50 34,98 37.50 39,98 42.50 44,98 168" 3Va width 24.98 27.50 29.98 32.50 34,98 37.50 39.98 42.50 44,98 47,50 49.98 192" four width 29,98 32.50 34,98 37,50 39,98 42.50 44,98 47,50 49,98 52,50 54,98 216" 4Va width 34.98 37.50 39,98 42,50 44,98 47.50 49,98 52.50 54,98 57.50 59,98 240" five width 39.98 42.50 44.98 47.50 49,98 52,50 54,98 57,50 59.98 62.50 64,98 "Where Quality U a Tradition Since 1870" We Now Are Also Showing Upholstery Samples! tf«ttttttttttWtttf^Nrtttt»*^

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