Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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-; Algong K<muth County THURSDAY, 300 cars checked here the Wallace Haweotts ed the posttnwtefs meeting in Fort Dodge June 7. the Cecil stewards, Haul' crest, ill., Visited the Mile Kent* es in Algona while here for the weekend. Tuesday a group of neighbors had a farewell for Mrs. Raymond Lavrenz at her home. • Mariners club of the Presbyterian church went to Fort Dodge June 6 and visited a Jewish Synagogue. Nine couples attended. The Carl Simmons became members of the Burt Methodist church June 6. A musical quartet from Morningside collegfe will give a program at Fenton Methodist church at 7:30 Jun^ 13. •' The Raymond Westlings and Vicki attended a reception June 6 at Earl Thompson's for their daughter Jeanette. Jeanette graduated from Mason City high school June 8. Celia Scott spent several weeks in Shenandoah at her daughter Noma, the Eugene Lloyd's, who brought her home and spent the weekend here. Perry Steward and the Eugene Stewards went to Cross Lake Sunday for a week at the Clifford Abbas home. He will spend the summer in Iowa City where he is employed. The Walter Rehtzes attended the centennial at Clarion June 6, and also visited in LuVcrne with Mrs. Lydia Lund, Waiter's sister. June 8 the Walter Stewards attended the funeral of Mrs. Ahbie Steward at Aldcn. She had been in a rest home in Mason City several years, and was the widow of Sam Steward. H. E. Rachut is a patient in Methodist hospital at Rochester following surgery the first of the week. His daughter, Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr. is with him. Selina Clifton received word of the death of her brother Jack in Great Tew, Oxfordshire, England, recently. Fenton Jean Priebe ALTHOUGH rain interfered somewhat Saturday morning, the car safety check sponsored by the Jaycees was a success. Barricades were set up in the street in front of the city hall, and cars passing were given a thorough inspection. Shown above from left to right are inspectors Frank King (behind car), Louis Heinen, Dr. M. R. Baldwin, Ronnie Ditsworth, and Les Foxhoven. Approximately 300 autos were chec ked, with 10 per cent having some minor defect. .....' Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. i Guests of the Arno Juhls Sun , day for Dawson's confirmatioi ; at St. John's Lutheran church j Dcpcw, were Mrs. Elmer Naig ! Emmclsburg; the Darrcl Drey crs, Oclwein; Robert Naigs lingstccl; lion Berklands, Cyl- nclef; Ken Evehsons, Mason ?ity; and Allen Juhls, Waseca, tfinn. Afternoon visitors were he Allen Farmings, Oaylord Vaigs, Emmetsburg; Charley Maigs, Richard Naigs, and Rev. )liver Johnsons, Cylinder; the Wayne Smith, Graettinger; Leloy Naigs, Ruthven; Frank )reyers, Lone Rock; Marry ase, Mrs. Pete Haycnga, Mrs. oyd Sundc, Linda and Roger; Jie Bud Grosses, and David Ed- nonds, Phoenix, Ariz. The Richard Stuckis, Spencer, spent the weekend in Fenton visiting their parents, the Maron Stuckis and Wilfred Stoc- xrs. Mrs. Maynard Nemitz returned to the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong last week after being hospitalized at Iowa City for about three weeks. Hci birthday is Saturday, June 12 and friends have suggested a card shower. Vacation Bible school of St John's Lutheran church, Fen ton will hold a closing progran Friday evening. The Norman Bollingcrs visit ed Mrs. C. C. Cushing at Fail mont during Memorial Da weekend. The William Brulins wer Guests at Burnett Heine's Frilay for Robin's seventh birth- lay were Marcia Meyer, Barbara Burkgrcn, Linda Tieman, Sunday visitors at Evert Brocs-Ghetyl Uthof, Melanie Waite, et's, Algoha. Mafgene Henriksen, and Nancy Johnson. Friday guests of the Burnett Meirics were the Gerhard Mantel mans and Merle Voigts. ROSES, TREES and FLOWERING SHRUBS 20 °o OFF BOXES OF ANNUALS, CABBAGES AND TOMATO PLANTS 39' DUNCAN'S GARDEN CENTER NORTH OF ACREAGE MOTEL Religion class gives a skit for aid at Burt • Burt — St. John's Aid met June 3. Eunice Meyer's religion class gave, a short skit, and taking part, were Howard Elmers, Joel Meyer, Ann Lavrenz, Jolyn Scheer, Sally Hanna. Pastor Scheer had devotions based on Ephesians. A letter from Missionary Lutz in the Philippines, was read. Members, .voted to send a box of used clothing and Sunday School materials. Mrs. Erwin Elmers joined the Aid. Mrs. Kloppen was a guest. Mary Lou -Mai-low and Matilda Madsen were on the market basket. Hostesses were Bertha Willrett, Roseann Gifford and Lydia Schwietert. The next meeting July 1 will be the annual pot luck picnic. GRADUATE TO TEACH The Walter Stewards went to Iowa City Thursday for commencement. Their son Perry graduated and will be a science teacher at Montezuma next year. Also present were the Roger Stewards, Madrid, Cecil Stewards, Hazelcrest, 111.; Eugene Stewards, Minneapolis. The group spent the weekend in Burt at Walter Steward's. The Ray Millers, Estherville, who had spent last week at Cross Lake, Minn., were also home Joyce Miller will spend the summer at Cross Lake. BIBLE SCHOOL STARTS Vacation Bible school for Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches is being held June 711 at the Good Hope church. Teachers this year are: Mrs. Ray Gerdes and Mrs. Carl Simmons, kindergarten; Mrs. Cecil Long and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, 1st and 2nd grades; Mrs. Merlin Davies and Mrs. Harold Bjustrom, 3rd and 4th grades Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and Mrs Raymond Walker, 5th and 6th grades; Mrs. Fred Hilton, Jr high. • c 8! WHAT GIFTS FOR DAD! FATHER'S DAY-SUNDAY,JUNE 20 Just 10 days until Dad's Day . . .time enough to choose just the right gift at HONSBRUCH'S DRUG ... we have all kinds of gifts for Dad from colognes and shaving supplies to photographic needs . . . best of all, we hive gifts priced from one dollar to $25 or more . . . stop in this week at Honsbruch's and let our clerks help you select your gift . . . FREE GIFT-WRAPPING TOO! ALGONA IOWA , i i IflW7»/ /'•'II//.V, Foam BED PILLOWS Ladies HALF SLIPS Soft Touch All Foam Pink or Blue Floral Ticking EACH Ladies Extra Size PANTIES Sizes S-M-L Shadow Panel Front. Lace Trimined Bottom Sizes8-9-10 Acetate Tricot Brief Style Good Quality Elastic Children's COTTON PANTY SIZES * QJ 2-4-6 O PAIR ''C Band Leg - Reinforced Crotch - White Ladies SLEEVELESS BLOUSE i i Sizes 32 to 38 (Shell Style) Polyester and cotton solid colors Ladies Ladies SAILCLOTH SNEAKERS /I JAMAICA size* QTi SHORTS 10to18 1 'i Cottoh Sailcloth - Solid Colors - Side Zipper Hidden Pocket - Choose From Many Style^ SLEEP GAP Nylon Net With Lace Edge or BREEZE BONNETS Solid color nylon. tulle with taffeta ties. YOUR CHOICE ^ • Cameo Billfolds • Gig, Lighters • Russil Stover Cindy Shaving Supplies Hallmark Cards Electric Razors Toiletries Men's Cologne • Cameras • Cigarettes & Tobaccos • Travel Cases • Pen I Pencil Sell Honsbruch Drug "YQUR iiXAtt PRUG |T9R|" t*ttttttttt*«««*tttt»tt«ttttttt«ftttt Girls' SHORT SETS Sizes5-9 Black or White American Made Sizes 3 to 6X "Print Top - Solid Color Shorts Children's BOXER SHORTS |C , PR.I Sizes 3 to 8 Assorted wash 'n wear fabrics 1 inch Elastic Waist Lo-Cut FOOT SOCKS Sizes 8 - 9% or 10 -11 rc Stretch Nylon Beige Color MESH SOX PAIR ;es 10.13 All Cotton White or Pastels ZORI THONG SANDALS Child's Ladies Men's V- STRAP STYLE Girls' CROP TOP SIZES 7*14 Ladies Surfer PEDAL PUSHERS Sleeveless - Solid And Print Colors GIRLS' Sizes 7 to 14 Navy- Band Front Elastic Back r Sizes 10 to 18 Cotton Denim Solid Colors.' Hi - Rise Waist

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