Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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Alqong Ko^uth (ountv f ff^^^H^^u^m^m, Jtl.»^••,^^^ MM> jj| i ^ M jfr Ml fr < ^ a jfr i ^ |M ^ tafl|fcB ^ r .. r - 7 ^_ m THURSDAY, MAY VI, 196$ ~ AL60NA, IOWA Firing squad at Lone Rock to two cemeteries Ion* Rock — The Legion will be in charge of Memorial day exercises in Lone Rock at 9 o'clock on main street. They will then go to the Fenton Twp. cemetery where the firing squad will be and about 9:45 at the Letts Creek cemetery. Rev. Fred C. Preul will give the message at Lone Rock, and Rev. Vehling •t Lotts Creek. The elementary grade band will also play. fill FOR CANCER . Lotts Creek township gave $128.05 to the 1965 Cancer drive. This year's chairman was M. P.-Schormann and workers were Mrs. Duane Metzger, Mrs. James Bierstedt, . Mrs. Harold Feye, Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Mr. Noah Reisner, Mrs. Leo Kollasch, Mrs. Roscoe Fuoss, Mrs. Phil Eischen, Mrs. Wm. Hannover, and Mrs. George Streit. MOTHERS DAY PROGRAM The Lotts Creek Aid met May 14, With Mrs. Leonard Pompe leading the mission topic and Rev. Vehling the topic. The school children had a Mother's Day program. Guests were Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mrs. Roland Baxter and Mrs. Emil Haack. Hostesses were Mrs. Vehling and Mrs. Eugene Vaudt. FIRST PLANE RIDE . Mrs. Mary Genrich returned Wednesday after 3 weeks at her son Bernard's, Houston, Texas, and two Weeks at Mainard Genrich's, Carthage, Mo. She flew from Houston to Joplin, Mo. It was her first plane ride and she decided it was the way to travel. The Art Alexanders, Algona, were weekend fishing guests of the Leo Ramuses. Mrs. Willis Cotton had a birthday group for Mrs. E. A. Lee's birthday Saturday. Other guests were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Erich Seege- barth, Mrs. A, A. Krueger, Mrs. MelfordiMitcheUiand Mrs. Frank Flaig. The Melvin Meyers, Swea City, visited the A. A. Kruegers Saturday for" her mother, Mrs. Krueger's birthday. Mrs. Jesse Blanchard Saturday had a coffee party for Mrs. A. A.| Krueger's birthday. Other guests were Mrs. E. A. Lee, Algona couple married Mrs. Arden Hovey, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Willis Cotton and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth. Mrs. Mary Genrich spent Monday at Ray McWhorter's, Hurt. Visitors at Dale Wegener's Saturday were the Bud Millers. The Dale Wegeners attended the wedding of Marva Rath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin rtath, at Ida Grove. She was married to Lonnie Bennings- dorf, also of Ida Grove. Others from here who attended were the Junior Hurlburts, Merwin Hurlburts and Maurice Weis- brods. Mrs. August Will and her father, Jesse Speraw, Winnebago, Minn., visited Mrs. Amanda Pettit Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Glen Householder and the Darryl Householders, Omaha, returned Sunday from Hackensack, Minn., where they fished a few.;days. Mrs. Henry . Schroe'der ^ and Mrs. Clair Bpllinger visited Wednesday with Mrs. Don Knedler, Algona. Mrs. Marie Schmeling, Whittemore, was a Sunday visitor at Henry Schroeder's, The Larry Claussens, Swea City, were also callers. Patricia Kerry Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Peterson and Stephen Leon Ostrum, son of Mrs. Elliot Skilling and Edward Ostrum, St. James, were married in a candlelight service Saturday at the First Baptist church with R€V. Mack Carlson performing the double ring ceremony, The bride was attended by Mrs. Roger McGregor, Osage, as matron of honor, and Sattdi Cook, Storm Lake, bridesmaid. Junior bridesmaid was her sister, Kim. The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. Orville Duncan. Randy Shicrk, . Minneapolis, Minn., was the best man, and Ron Bilz the groomsman. Junior groomsman was Ryan Baade, Titonka, nephew of the groom; Ushers were Jerry Ostruni and Jim Ostrum, Kenosha, Wis.; both brothers of the groom, and Don Baade, his brother-in-law, from Titonka. CandlelightcrS were Larry C o o k c, Limo Springs, and Tom Beddow, Chester. Ed Bowman was soloist with Mrs. Ron Bitz at the organ. A reception for 200 was held in the church parlors. Judy Naylor, Ames, had the guest book, Mrs. Don Beddow, Chester, served punch and Mrs. Bill Currie, Des Moines, poured. Mrs. Ed Bowman cut the cake. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seifer. Waitresses were Judy Parrott, Jean Owens, Gail Fitzpatrick, and Judy Cooke, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Jerry Ostrum, Mrs. James Ostrum, Kenosha, Wis., and Debbie Laws opened gifts. Out of town guests came from Osage, Storm Lake, Minneapolis, Titonka, Kenosha, Wis., Ames, Chester, Lime Springs, Des Moines, Ft. Dodge, Emmetsburg, Austin and Marshall, Minn, and Graettinger. After a trip to the Dells in. Wisconsin they will live at 213Vfe East State. The bride is employed at the Algona Public Library and he is at the Bjustrom Furniture store. Photo by • Glenn's. ,» \ \ \ i.i \ I YOU I would like to take this opportunity of thanking the • people of the Algona area for their wonderful patronage dur- ', ing the nearly three years I have been associated with Ron ; & Jack's Food Center in Algona. Your wonderful support has been sincerely appreciated. ! , Effective Saturday, May 29, I will no longer be ; associated with this firm but will instead be opening a new > store at Alta, Iowa. I know Mr. Ron Factor will continue to ' [ serve,the people of this area in an excellent fashion and I. -1: wish him the best of luck" during the coming months. ' JACK PERKINS Formerly of Ron & Jack's Food Center REALLY BE PREPARED FOR YOUR MEMORIAL DAY OUTING 40% More line . Hiawatha ', Monofilament -'4kM~» LOWM* Pric«« on Rod and R«fl N •/100f*>.,,,,,,,,,. 1t« *S yds, 15* »ylo» 10» mono. 5-ft-«ew- bHUonctst'uIcUOO pc., SH-fl. glwitw*,' If t^ 100,ifdfc.,,,.... ..tt* lift*, 1-pc. |Us« rod. bJ« gU«»rod, , y<J*. 15* OMMW. $5pft,, HO* wwa, ' Make Big Savings During Our 40th Anniversary Sale l4i*S .*',1-i.. '^^Mk - ' -> ' SHOP HARRISON'S SPECIAL-PRICED ITEMS FOR "SUMMER LIVING FOAM THERMOS JUG V« Gal. Size Gallon Size Reg. $1.00 Reg. $1.49 Folding CHAISE LOUNGES ! Wooden Arms • Green or Gold webbing Folding LAWN CHAIRS FAMILY SIZE ICE CHEST MEMORIAL DAY SPECIALS • FLORAL PIECES • WREATHS • SPRAYS 98 ..>2" «* METAL Each METAL 12" to 30" Size Cemetery Vases 25 ( Planter Boxes 79 C up MMMMAAMMAAMAA* ALUMINUM-COVERED SAUCE POT Reg. $1.79 4 Qt. Size 99 ADORN Contact Plastic Seamless NYLONS First Quality Spring Shades All Sizes 29 Pair CHILDREN'S Boxer SLACKS 9 Limit 6 Yards • Reg. 49c Yd. 3 yds. 99' CLASSIC & FICTION Children's BOOKS Reg, 59cEach Gabardine, Poplin Denim, Twill Sizes 3 to 8 Reg. $1.49 88 k 3 - PIECE BAR-B-QUE Set Turner, Fork & Tongs Regular $1.98 ° — "Algona's Leading Variety Store" I I 1 ! ' '( 1 si 1 il I u I K

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