Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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5-ALGONA (lews) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1965 SOCIETY the bridegroom is a student at the Central Conservative Baptist Theological seminary and fclso works at the Swedish hospital. The bfide is employed as a practical nurse fit the Mcr- &y hospital in Robbinsdale. They will be al home in Minneapolis. Others of the family in attendance were Mrs. IJilsborough's sons-in-law and daughters Mr. are their five sons and daueWorth The program war given her bridge club Wednesday af-the Godmother and Mr. ftupipef Others in the car were: " . _j._. .>-.--•' * " «. __i , * ^t i t . -j m»l li j. /*4*> 2L*K ie<Lif.**~Si 1 ^ Tlii vj lers: Bill and Clara Hutchison, Donn and DeAntic Minier, Scottsdale, Arifc.; A3c Don Hutchison, U. S. Air Force, Fairbanks, Alaska; Steven and .fenfl- ilee Hutchison at home. ATTENDS eONP6R6NCE Ray Frederick, a junior at Algona high school and son of the Ill^llLVlo IVI I . I j . J M and Mrs. Walter Docker and , "JJj^^, Nationanx;at , crsh ip Conference of the Distributive SducaUotl clubs of America Engaged MR. AND MRS. Vincent Ford, Bancroft, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty Lavan, to Joseph H. Heinen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinen ,of Al- g6na. Miss Ford is employed at Schwen's Ice Cream Company at Blue Earth,-Minn. : Mr. Heinen is .presently stationed with the Navy at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, A June19th wedding is planned. AT MINNEAPOLIS WEDDING • Mrs! 'Bertha Bilsborough attended .the; wedding May 1 at Minneapolis of her granddaughter, Barbara Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bilsborough, of Coon Rapids, and Duane .Gilbert, son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gilbert, of Lake Benton, Minn.; The ceremony took place in the Baptist church and the couple will -be at home there. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Obcrlnnrl- sr, of Minneapolis, with whom she visited. Mrs, Bilsborough was at the Decker's during the (ornado which hit within half a mile of their homo and they observed warnings to go to the basement. Hail stones as laruo as golf balls did some damage to the car. SHOWER IS GIVEN A miscellaneous bridal show* or was given Friday evening at the Methodist church honoring Mrs. Jimmy Shipler (inabsentin) formerly Nancy Muckey, Anaheim. Calif. Thirty-four guests attended. The mother, Mrs. Stanley H. Muckey, and Mrs. C. S. Shipler, Burt, were presented with corsages made with a handkerchief with the word mother, on it and a ribbon flower. Patti Muckey and Debbie Bennett opened the gifts with Mary Ann t Sigsbec and Kcnclra Sccley 'registering them. Hols tesses were Mcsdamcs Robert Bennett, : Homer Clark, Sidney Johnson, Harold Kuchcnreuthcr and Robert Williams. The Jim Shiplcrs were married April 25 in Anaheim, Calif. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison will have their 25th wedding anniversary at an open house Sunday in the First Methodist church from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The renewal of vows will be at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. N. M. Coughehour officiating. They were married May 12, 1940 at Manson. Hosts and hostesses DECA.) In Chicago last week vith bis tenchcr, Charles Ullom. More than 1,800 from 47 states and Puerto Rico attended to iclp develop future leaders for marketing and distribution. They were at the Conrad Hilton lotcl from April 29 to May 1. Thirty from Iowa attended. D. A. R. GROUP MEETS The D. A. R.'s met Tuesday. May 11, for luncheon at the Al- qona Hotel. Hostesses were Zcl- .la McGuire. Katherine Gilmore, Carrie Bourne and Jean Wads- >y Joyce Haydeh oh "CfVtl defense.' 1 ' ":, LEGION AUXILIARY M*IT$ Members of the Kosstfth Co. American Legion AuxiMfy tfiet Tuesday at the Legion hill,'Mrs. Harold LamprigM is the .-local president. Coffee and cake was served and a program was given. *>;*..:. CLUB MEETINGS Rebckah Birthday club will meet Tuesday cvenin p.m. at the Lloyd Pools, ill Thorington. f Degree of Honor club will mud Monday, 7:45 ,p.m. with Mrs. Ray Cook, 323 No. Garfield. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS Mrs Henry Johannsen was hostess to her birthday'club'-Wed- ncsday evening. The .annlversa 1 - ry of Mrs. James Allen was observed. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Russell Cook entertained ternoon. OPEN HOUST The Good Samaritan Home will hate "Open Mouse" on Sun day, May 16, from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited'. The Sarah Circle of the Luther' an church will have a coffee. ENTERTAINED CLUB Mrs. Lyle Steele entertained her Sewing Club Tuesday afternoon. FIRST COMMUNION Twenty-one guests were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Lando Mishak home honoring (their daughter, Mary for her ; ,.flrst communion. Present were'>; the F. A; Mishak family, Clear Lake, the Leonard Mish- aks,<and her parents, Mr. and Mrs,;vRobert Menne, LaVonne, and Prank, all Minneapolis, the Leonard Rupipers, West Side, and the Leonard Rupipers of Templeton, cousins of Lando. Mrs. Rupiper .of West Side is of. Templetott is her Godfather. Algowa guests Were the C. K. Kohlhaases and the John Wey< derts. Four injured in crash near Burt Sunday Four teen-agers were injured Sunday night when their car plunged into a road washout five miles northwest of Burt. All were taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment. Two of the youths were from Bancroft, .one was from Lakota and one was from Ledyard. Most seriously injured was Joleen Thilges, 16 of Bancroft. She had internal injuries, brok* en ribs, knee 'injuries and multiple abrasions and lacerations. Mike Carpefllef, 17, Bancroft head it!juries, bfokett fibs, mm- iiple tuts arid bruises, Joanne Junkermeief, 15, yard, cut below the left Roger Becker, 17, Lakota, cm above .the right eye, cuts attd bruises. PATROLMAN Tom Cogdall ift< vestigated and reported there was a washout on the road just north of the E. j. Cherland farm. It was marked only by a sawhorse with a red reflector light, The washout was about four feet deep and ranged in width from 15 to 40 feet. There was no barricade and the sawhorse was on one side of the road. The 1965 car had about $1,000 in damage. "CLOCK-WORK'' — Making cases for grandfather cl been a hogby of the Rev. Fred Fieker of Walnut for three years, developing after a period of woodworking and the con- struction of church furniture in his spare time. Bradleys offer free prizes for large pumpkins A special "Pumpkin Grower" promotion is announced in today's Advance by the Joe Bradley Firestone firm of Algeria in a special advertise- .ment elsewhere in the paper. Free pumpkin seeds .are be- Sng offered to customers is well as a host of free prizes for the largest pumpkins brought into the .store next fall. Judges will pick 10 winners at that time in a public weighing-in. Further information can bo found in the advertisement in . today's Advance. COUPON DAYS FRIDAY* SATURDAY ONLY — mmmmmmmmmm This Coupon worth 20 C ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY STRAW HAT IN STOCK /: FRIDAY A SATURDAY ONLY S & 1 DEPARTMENT STORE GREAT GRADUATION. IDEA.) I I 10% OFF ON ALL LUGGAGE With ThU Coupon Friday & Saturday S ft L DEPARTMENT STORE This Coupon worth $ 2.°° ON ANY Men's LAMINATED JACKET FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY S ft L BEPARTMEIIT STORE This Coupon worth 'I. 08 ON ANY PAIR OF MEN'S WORK or DRESS SHOES f RIPAY & SATURDAY ONLY S ft L DEPARTMENT STORE . . . Play National's "BONUS SHIELD It's Fun! It's Easti . ; > Start Today f . ' ' ^ • . ' '! - -•-'•<... Come Ai A Neighbor Return At A Friend For every $5.00 purchase you make at National thru July 24..196S; you will receive a Bonus Shield to fit .one if the shield* en the card. For each filled card, you will receive Stamps, each zontal>r vertical line,Is worth SO free stamps If your 1 card is .not'completely filled when you turn it In. (All cards must be redeemed by July 31, 1965). NATIONAL FOOD STORES KING STAMPS Pricei Eif<»c»iv» »hru May II Quantify RigM« si i.ivr itt: \T THAT \\no\\i .iff:.IT: US DA MICE Juicy, Tender Blade Cut U.S. "CMc»" 7-ben« A fa c Roasts ib... 4V U.S. Choice Chuck , _ ^ Steaks ib... OT U.S. "Choko" U.S. Choice Beef Ground Chuck Stew Meat 69c V •"; U.S. "Choice" Round Bon* Pot "Choleo" Steaks,.. "Frosh Fryars 1 Swift's Corn Beef HASH MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE GUARANTEE MMto CMvMt Witt Itit tanN puicnii^t !(•• National Food*! Your Bar-Beat Headquarter* ... 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