The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1965 · Page 8
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8-A!gona (la.1 Upper Des Moin« Tuesday, April 20, 1965 Brennan Resigns Post As GHS Sports Director Rev. Francis Con way. superintendent ofGarripanhiph school, announced the resignation of Pill Brennan, athletic director tins weekend. Mr. Brennan camp to da mean in the fall of 19G:: .iiioi became head basketball coach. For two years, he coached the G.uric.-m basketball team and for one year was head coach of the Gohien bears baseball loam. For UK past two years, he has lioen athletic director at Gai rican as well as coach of the fulf tr.un. Mi. Hieiiiian came toGaincan from St. .Tosepli's Inch school in Granviilr, wlioir he lia«l co.ii'lioi] for throe \eavs. i 1 ! ioi to lh.it time. In coachfi! fm nne veai" at Immaculate Conce, (inn hit;li sclioi'l at ('herokee. Mr. I ; ii••nnaii attoii'ieci l-jmin't- sbuir (.ith'Mic tii^li school .uid Kminetsl'iiit. lm:h school, .is veil as Kiniiiots'^n r. .Innioi ('olii ::r>. He t-'radiiatoii fi"in South Dakota Uimeisilv in 19'8. Spring Coat Prices Cut Deep! THE SEASON'S LEADING STYLES After-Easter Clearance 2 GREAT SALE GROUPS Lovely Spring fabrics! Many fine wools! Many laminates! Sizes for misses, juniors and women! Be early for best selection. USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT No Money Down-No Payment due until JUNE on c/iarge purchases made now! Women's Dresses Reduced All from Regular Stock \ i 8" and 11" Crepes, cotton knits, silk blends. 1-piece, 2-piece and 3-piece styles. Wonderful selection, wonderful savings . Be wise, be early! Daytime Dresses, Orig. to $6.98 . . . $3.99. Girls 9 Spring Coafs Reduced 3 to 6x 7 to U Beautiful new laminates in Spring's popular weaves and textures. Wrinkle- proof and crease resistant. Excellent color selection. Girls* Dresses Reduced 3 10 6X AND 7 10 14 Chic linen-looking dresses w'matching coats or jackets. Party dresses of Dacron , cotton or nylon organza. All reduced for important savings. REDUCED-Our Entire Stock AIR V LANE DUTY + SHOES 15% OFF Reg. 5.99... 5.09 Reg. 8.95... 7.61 Reg. 9.95... 8.46 The shoes that reduce foot fatigue. Your feet rest on cushion c o m f o rt. Aerogated spring step construction. Mi. Hremian plans to open an iii'lr i'r'iiricnt insurance agency in Kiiimrtskn>: in Juno of this year. H ' pl.uis, however, tn make his In r.n> hen- in Algona at least for tli • lUTsnit time. Mrs. Brennan '•oiitinup to teach in the Al- public school system during if\t school term. Classes Back To Normal At Wesley School WKSI.KY - Classes which had been hold ill the Wesley public school l^foic (ho fire April 10, which completely destroyed the 70 year old building, bewail again Tuesday. The 7th and 8th grade pupils arc attending classes atCorwlth, the Gth graders are having classes in the gym here and the kindergarten and 5th graders are In the north addition, which was only slightly damaged by smoke and water. Two used furnaces have been installed to heat the space now used, and text Iwoks, desks and other necessities have been contributed by the parochial school here and by neighboring schools. The Wesley students have their hot lunches at St. Joseph's parochial school. Mrs. Tillie Matz, who had been employed at the public school lunch program, is assisting Beatrice Hildman and Agnes Lickteig at the parochial school lunch program. Mrs. Clara Price, the other public school cook, is assisting at Cor- wlth. Master Farmer Award Made To Hugh M. Black Hugh M. Black of Algona, who owns Black Acres, Inc., cover- Ing some 480 acres in Kossuth county near Irvlngton was presented a "Master Farmer" award Wednesday by "Wallace's Far- mer!t magazine in Des Moines. Black was one of five Iowa farmers to receive the annual awards, which are given on the basis of farming achievements and contributions to community service. Mr. Black's honor came as no surprise in this area, where he has been prominent in many phases of agriculture, production and marketing, dairying, and in general farm organization work, as well as being president of the Irvington Co-Operative Elevator board. Others to win awards were Leon Haahr of Newell, J. Gordon Hollis of Waterloo. Harold V. Ryon of Laurens and James W. Wright of Collins. Return Home Roxanne Schade, Janet Braun and Patty Schulz, hurt seriously in a single-car crash near Allison April 10, were released from Allen Memorial hospital at Waterloo Saturday and returned to Uieir homes in this area. They were taken to the Waterloo hospital following the crash. All are now in good condition. HERBST REAL ESTATE Homes & Lots For Sale NEW LISTING - 4 Bdrm., 2 story, 733 N. Wooster — Garage, Owner leaving $8,750.00 3-Bdrm. — 207 E. Elm .. SOLD Two Bedroom Homes (with garages) — 914 S. Harriet — Good Sized Rooms — Oak Floors; Gas Heat $9,000.00 118 S. Heckart — Finished Rec. Room — Nice Kitchen $10,000.00 502 S. Moore St., an exceptionally clean and neat older home $7,500.00 Three Bedroom Homes — 913 N. Wooster — New —with garage, fine basement, Ige. lot $13,900.00 903 S. Harriet — nice kitchen — finished basement, good location for schools .... $13,000.00 1301 E. Linden — Oak Floors, Ige. kitchen, good basement .... $12,500.00 Four Bedroom Homes — 9 E. Call Street — 2 baths. Oak floors and woodwork (could be duplex) $10,750.00 503 E. Call St. — very well kept — good location $11,750.00 Duplex — One Block East of High School (All Rented) $11,500.00 Building Lots — In town & Country Club Woods See Joel M. Herbtt or Ted S. Herbst Firm To Handle Honda Motorbike John Levy and Doyle Dalley of Algona have been appointed the Honda Motor Bike dealers for this area. They will carry a complete line of motor bikes and parts and will be displaying their new line at the Algona Home Show this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The firm will be known as North Iowa Appliance Center, Honda Division. Burt, Fenton Youths Attend CAR. Confab John Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Patterson, Burt, and James Voigt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Fenton, will leave by bus from Humboldt April 19 to attend the National C. A. R. (children of American Revolution) convention at Washington, D. C. The boys, both Freshmen in high school are going as delegates from the Algonquin Chapter C. A. R. Both are also state C. A. R. officers. John is State recording secretary and James is state registrar. John has also been asked to act as National Flag Bearer at the Washington Convention. Mrs. Don Patterson, Burt, state sr. president-elect, will fly to Washington on April 21 to take part in convention activities. Ex-Burt Man Dies, Missouri Wyott Stott, who would have been 77 May 2, a former resident of Burt, succumbed to a heart attack at Lebanon, Mo. last Thursday. He was the father of Mrs. Leo Immerfall of Algona. A son Merrill, Pryor, Oklahoma, and another daughter, lola, Mrs. Kennth Lorance, Lebanon, also survive. His wife, the former Elsie Ringsdorf, preceded him in death, in 1963. year here was reported about jj 111 Funeral services were held 10-45 am Friday when fire- m ft f% M f .1 i . t • men i« Sled to a smaii ! The Press Run of the Last Issue Saturday at Lebanon. Grass Fire The first grass fire of the l^^" I of The ALGONA field at 1403 East Locust street. They quickly extinguished a blaze that caused no damage to I Uf>f>£R [)|§ MOINES SHEAKLEYS AFTER EASTER Starts Tuesday, April 20 - 9 A.M. LADIES DRESSES All of our Early Spring Dresses must be moved to make room for Summer Styles. REDUCED LADIES SUITS EARLY SPRING WOOL SUITS REDUCED LADIES COATS ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED CHILDRENS COATS TODDLER 3 to 6X 7 «o 14 REDUCED CHILDRENS DRESSES Infants — Toddlers 3 to 6x 7 to 14 REDUCED BOYSWEAR SUITS SPORT COATS JACKETS REDUCED SHEAKLEYS Ladies & Children! Fashions ate invited'to attend'out UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT — RONALD D. BERKLAND, OWNER & MANAGER CYLINDER LUMBER COMPANY FRIDAY, APRIL 23 - 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. FREE GIFTS FOR EVERYONE - BRING THE FAMILY - FREE .BALLOONS FOR THE KIDDIES ! REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES BICYCLE - AIR GUIDE INDOOR-OUT-DOOR THERMOMETER - SLIDING DOOR TRACK -DELTA POWER FLASH LITE - 1-PR. MYRTLEWOOD CANDLE HOLDERS - BLACK AND DECKER SANDER - 3-FX PRODUCTS - 3-FT. STEPLADDER - 5-FT STEPLADDER - 1-CTN. ARMSTRONG CEILING TILE - $10 GIFT CERTIFICATE - 1-GAL. ELLIOTT LATEX PAINT - 1-GAL ELLIOTT HOUSE PAINT - 1-QT. ELLIOTT WHITE VENEER ENAMEL - 1-QT. ELLIOTT VITRATHANE - WRIST WATCH - 2-4" PAINT BRUSHES - 2-HOM- OSOTE CORK BOARDS - 2 TICKETS TO TWINS BASEBALL GAME - AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATOR - LAWN SPRINKLER - 24" ALUMINUM LEVEL - ELECTRIC CORN POPPER - 3-OAK CHOPPING BLOCKS - 2-ROLLS REPUBLIC BARBED WIRE- 4-SQ. THICK BUTT SHINGLES OAK CUTTING BOARDS - 1-CTN. SIMPSON CEILING TILE - AND MORE ! FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOORS Reg. $39.95 NOW $24.89 COMBINATION WINDOWS Reg. $15.95 NOW $9.89 mmmmmmmmmmmmmm* BE OUR GUEST FREE FREE Quart of Paint with the purchase of one gallon of any interior paint! WASHABLE WHITE CEILING TILE- Reg. 16c NOW SALE PRICE lOc ELLIOTT 400 HOUSE PAINT Reg. $5.45 Gal. NOW $3.98 PAINT ROLLER AND TRAY SAVE 94c - Reg. $1.79 ONLY 85c ZONOLITE ECONOFILL Reg. $1.49 per bag — 99c Bring This Coupon State DEMONSTRATIONS ALL DAY ON — Paint and varnish removing by lucky Day — Fire Retardant Paint (note all school and commercial custodians) — Anderson Windows — Sta-Dri Masonry Paint for leaky basement walls — Round Rafter Buildings by Van Dyke — Solid Vinyl Siding by Bird (something really new in siding) and others! BE SURE AND SEE OUR PORTABLE BLDG. DISPLAY! Cylinder Stores Will Be Open Friday Night ! Phone A-7 Your Community Yard Ronald D. Berkland, Owner & Mgr. Cylinder, Iowa

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