The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1965 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1965
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Grand Opening Of New Lounge Here Today Grand Opening of Algeria's newest lounge, the Hideaway Lounge, at Van's Cafe on the north edge of the city, will be held this evening, Tuesday, June 22, beginning at 5 p.m. Reduced prices on beverages will be featured from 5 to 10 p.m., according to owner Harold Van Allen. The lounge Is finished in a Spanish-Colonial theme, using antique gold and red in furnishings, with wrought iron dividers and Spanish lanterns adding to the decor. The Hideaway was designed by the Van Allen's son, Jim.Topeka, Kans., with decorating and color schemes by Read's, lighting by Utt Electric and cabinetry by United Building Center. Mrs. Delores Besch is in charge of the lounge. MR. AND MRS. Donald Armstrong had as weekend guest the latter's sister, Mrs. Rex Cottington, Council Bluffs. FUNERAL SERVICES for Curtis Muth June 5 at Hawarden were attended by Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Naylor. Tuesday, June 22, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Det Molnei .^^^^__ - _^_^^^^^^^_^^^_^_^_^____^_^^_^_ - ._..-• - - - J •— -— - i—_. •-• • —T Breeches were formerly called hose in England. NRELV LOCAL Loujruje/ MR. AND MRS. Robert Hall, Wheatrldge, Colo, arrived Sunday for several days visit at the parental K. S. Cowans. Mrs. Hall is the former Pat Cowan. BARBARA BARTLETT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, was graduated from Mankato State College this spring and will go to Storm Lake in the fall to teach second grade in the school system there. FRIENDS OF Bertha Godfrey, retired long-time teacher here who now lives at Ames, will be interested in learning she is vacationing at Seattle, Wash. MR. AND MRS. Francis Bunting have been vacationing in various points in Minnesota. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Pool went to Fort Dodge Wednesday and brought Mrs. Margaret Reid home from Lutheran hospital where she had been a week. She had some oral surgery done while there. MR. AND MRS. Bill Allen and family were on vacation at Okoboji last week. The father, Jim Allen, was also on vacation but spent it at home. WHEN JACK ALLEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allen, went back to California he located at Upland where his cousin, Don Cook, lives. He was too late to get into his usual work teaching and in the meantime has taken up work and studies as a medical technician at the hospital there and is well pleased with the work. THE LAWRENCE Hutzell apartment is being occupied for the summer by their daughter, Joy and children, Merrilee, Timmie and Gayle, Dawson, Mian,, while Pastor Leroy Johnson, the husband, is acting chaplain in the penitentiary at Stillwater, Minn. He was expected here to spend the weekend with big family, MR. AND MRS. Robert Bonnette, Linda and Brenda, spent from last Monday till Thursday atOkoboji, Tney report toe ttsMng very good. They nt the weekend at Clear Lake lift'wd Mrs, Parrel peter* son, ftVajad Mr, tttfllw. Jerry Peterson. TUESDAY, JUNE 22 WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO INVITE EACH AND EVERYONE TO THE GRAND OPENING OF ALGONA'S NEWEST LOUNGE. STOP IN AND LOOK US OVER -WE'RE SURE YOU WILL LIKE WHAT YOU SEE. USE OUR OUTSIDE ENTRANCE OR ENTER THROUGH THE RESTAURANT. SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES FOR OUR OPENING FROM 5 to 1 0 PM The Hideaway Lounge is beautifully done in a Spanish Colonial Theme in antique gold and red, with black Spanish Lanterns producing amber lighting effects. Wrought Iron Planter Divider^ match the decor of the room. The Lounge was designed by Jim Van Allen of Topeka, Kansas, and the decorating and color schemes were in charge of Bob Watson of Bead's Furniture. NOW ... AN UNBEATABLE COMBINATION . . . YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAILS & VAN'S FINE FOOD I Served either in Dining Room or Lounge VAN'S HIDEAWAY LOUNGE Jet. Highway* 18 * 169 IN VAN'S RESTAURANT i m i; ' i AIGONA I e ( j >, '.i J A 1

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