The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 16, 1965
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OttwenAir Force Cadet Dates Writer OIK ft, au: siltjscritiEri ii, tte Ctuciirt area, tiiouetitfulr> loivt.rav: i cop? o5 SK Ctusart 7 ritmift of Nnr. .', ieatur-UE- th* ap;**:araii'.a u Cmcar. -j' tift •^ao«r curpt iron v-egt J^ut ant tiH /u.r ? or« Acauetin , win pii-yei tuaibal ttren 01 .Nov. r •u yttusei. >u: Fore*. caael, luiir. r jp5«uaiu, imc ai unt^wrtec mil impyrtair. pur. 11 ti* festi- vitjti wtieL li% v.ii£ pairet, of vltl Irjiuji. GiL, 1 Ctucart Tr.- DUII< reporter , a', t sj>ftciaJ &ui« n«ii iaturtia; fvemiif ii: ttie bali- ruan uJ McCornuci. plaet. Sit vraU i. Jeaturt star; aixne her "daU'", aiic ii s»emt that viti tin Ai: Fore* winiuiif Hit rarot, tiit OtiosBL yauiir niai wai ii: Stit vrtjii thai "uuatT all tiiust muiumiL, yau sutiaenlv realizt tiiai ihest youiif nieii art just ruys Iruni bac± home." ilnut was also pictures vifli iut reporter dalt IL tbt Sunoay 1 f WESLEY ( § By Mrt. Viola Studer § H == IdinniiiiiiiuflniRiffiiiifliffnnniiiiiiiiitiniRniniitiiHiiiHiiRiuii Jack Vitzthums havt purchased a block of ground in the north west part ol town from Gordon Giddings. The excavation for a basement has been completed for a 3-bedroom ranch type house. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonn returned Tuesday from Minneapolis where tiiey had been two weeks while she had a post- surgery check-up. Enroutehome they visited relatives in Mason City and Garner. The Bonn farm lias been rented to Mr. and Mrs. George Casper ol Britt. They have two pre-school sons. Banns ol marriage were published in SL Joseph's Catholic church Sunday lor Rita Eiseu- bacher, daughter ol Vince Eisenbacher, and Albert Goranson. They will be married Nov. 27 in St. Joseph's Catholic church. She was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's parish hall Nov. 7. Rita has been employed in the Exchange State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hemmingsen, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hemmingsen of Storm Lake, went to Larimore, No. Dak. over the Nov. 7 weekend to visit the men's nnrfy Nels Hemmingsen. They returned Monday and stopped at Cass Lake, Mnm. and visited the Vee Mulling former Wesleyans. The Legion Auxiliary will have a bake M&^>>% £0 i« ti&Ujglg/L haB. Beginning ai 11:30, luncttre wifl be served. Members are asked to contribute to the bake sale. Mrs. Geo. Vitzthum and Mrs. Mike yitzthum were guests of the former's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Geo. Vitzthum, Jr. of IrringtoE at a 500 party Wednesday, which was held in the home of the latter*s sister, Mrs, Geo. Harris at Algomu Eid yHidiiyan was brought home NoVr 9 from SL A^" hospital, Algona, where he had been a patient two weeks. Mesdames Edna Flom, Jo Meurer, Helen Johnson, Clara Himiniti ir| y n n 1 ^ Clara Goetz attended a county Legion Auxiliary meetios al Burl Nw. B. Mrs. Jo Meurer entertained IK: tjrjte ciui Smr. Mr&. JufiluK Becker enter* tain»C Kt fwr tatfjof rf contrad hridr* WeduesSE^. Mrt. Eollii. Heart eicerteiiiet hs: bnfig* ciitt Ntn-. t. ttrt. Laiirt IQeii. was t cues', aiic •wot tte sian, prizt. Mrs. Pact Reilinr eittertaii»c tte Mrs. «V 16, Oppw Dtt & UJ. w* UTI. E. S. it innor -/ K rs. Matter's Mrte- ste; **:* if-.* i&w&z, *&*•- P&d w^jitrs, ArmstT«c, tei aster, Kri- A.-. tevM, Mrs. Jotais-Jt, KJ. asd Kr6. Itatlftr, Jr. airi BiUy arf Mrs. C'/ra Matter. at tee Ed Frericbs Mr. 37id Mrs, Jay Brooes af SWEA-EAGLE By Mi Ci-rv; U-:sui tf M'rihlieii, Kinu, student at 3U OIcJ C'J-Jyrt, nsitec te: causu^ ?*r.:*:fcTn:.':t- s-jL, student at tlit 'Jirvtrsit} at Aniti,, and at ttii tioni% 'j5 iitr pu-eint, Hit Efcrvfj' C. Li-'SSiE. Damn <jia%rs-jL yf W'tvtrJ.v aiic Pauietl* flrt^til vtr* 5u&- tiEy sup;»t: rutslt at tte V.:. aic Mrs. He.rti'3 tiit Lniut Vtsr.t ii^njt at Tlit aiiiiJt.* vai l',- celt-brat* Hit • u! B'jnit o! t^t Vash? Mr. aiic Mr£.Lcv-reii v-trt Ttiursitj evtjLiiE rutsts at Hit Har-jlo Car: boat. Tlit V. F . %'. Auoiiary nieet- mr K"t£ held at tbt James Jotm- SOL Irjnit last Myuity t^'eninr ciiairnian, Mrs. Matlitr, Jr. and Mrs. 'Jii, assisting iivst- Mrs. Johnsau is e&- Tv&Jvt nieictersan- fndtrQ and completed six bibs, lour pairs of scuifies andvorked on scrap' b'x»Ls and carpet rags. Mrs. Joe Preston was an overnight patient at Holy Family hospital recent] y lor tests. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Haakias ol Algols became parents ol a 5 Ib. daughter, Dawc Ann, Oct. 20 at Britt. The couple has a 7- year old soa, Kurt. Dawn Ann is the lOtii great-grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson. The Ben Wibbens ol Algona are grandparents. Paulette Kracht visited student friends at Wartburg College over the weekend. At the Nels Godfredson home recently were guests, including Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stewart, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Godfredson, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Waldscnmidt of Armstrong and the Paul Wiecn- manns were Sunday supper guests ai the Art W. Larson home. The Floyd Montgomery family were supper guests of the Ed Montgomery's at Dolliver Sunday evening. Onllle and Lyle Rippentrop helped their "brother, David, and his family move to a new home at Newton over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mortensen and family of Butchinson, Minn., were weekend guests ai me August Robisons. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford B^edle and family joined them far dinner Sunday. Mr. antf Mrs. Johnie Tooin, Michael and Marcia were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Spear home at Saerburn. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Link and Wendell were Sunday dinner guests al the Tom Preston home. Mrs. Donald Anderson and L'Ttffo were Tuesday callers at the Preston home. Alfred and August Melz, Lakota, Mrs. Marie Pahl, Amboy, Minn, and Mrs. Buth Kasting and Wayne, Fielden, M^ nn ^ were Sunday guests of Mrs. Carl Lofstrom. Mrs. John KeUy and family, AnnetrQUg, the Marvin Boevers and family, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. Fred C. NewUus juxl au mn rieator* of their fetter —•<••'• were Su/iday callers •» Fred Frencfas at LeSetrer, Miaul Mrs. Eogeoe P^«ifuhs anri ctdl<3r«i and Mrs. Herb His sister and husfja/jd, the Ll'jyJ Stiffens were Saturday overnigbt fuhs were afterntxra callers at the Ed Freriebs home FOR SALE MARY FRASER ESTATE FARM 120 ACRES EXCELLENT LAND DESCRIPTION : North Half of the Northeast Quarter; Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter; all in Section 5, Township 94, North, Range 29, West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County, Iowa. POSSESSION: March 1,1966. Merchantable title will be conveyed by the owners. TERMS: 20% down in cash; balance in cash March 1, 1966. For information contact Joe E. Lynch, Jr. or Eldon J. Winkel, Algona, Iowa. (8lf & 86) SHOP FOR USED CARS AND TRUCKS UNDER THE NEW ®> SIGN TODAY WE'VE GOT A FINE SELECTION OF LATE MODa CARS ON OUR LOT NOW. STOP IN AND TAKE A LOOK - WE'RE SURE TO HAVE JUST WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR. SEE -CHUCK OR "BILL" 1964 Comet 2 door Hardtop coupe, RED color, V-8 engine. Power Steering and Brakes, Radio, Tinted glass, WW Kres. Real slick $1750.00 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door sedan, V-€ engine. Automatic transmission. Radio, Tinted Glass. Black color. NOT BAD $1195.00 1962 Chevrolet Biscayne 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission. Radio, White color. NEW PAINT. Low mileape. A real buy for $1075.00 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door sedan. V-« engine, Automatic transmission. Radio, White - $575.00 1961 Chevrolet Impata 4 door sedan. V-8 engine. Automatic transmission. Radio, Tinted glass $975.00 196) Rambler 4 door 6 passenger Station Wagon, V-8 en- pine, automatic transmission. THIS IS EXTRA CLEAN & SHARP $775.00 1960 Mercury 4-dbor sedan. Automatic transmission. Power Steering and brakes. Radio. BARGAIN . $495.00 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne 2 door sedan, 6 cylinder. Power- glide transmission. Engine newly overhauled. REAL CLEAN $595.00 1959 Chevrolet Biscayne 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine. Standard transmission, LOTS OF MILES TO GO $475.00 1956 Chevrolet 4 door sedan $75.00 1961 International Vi ton pickup. V-8 engine, 3 speed transmission. Radio. LOW LOW MILEAGE $995.00 I SKOAL - 4 WNNttS AT CHAftUES' SUftBI CUJi SOUtH !<* ALGONA WITH ANY USED CAR Oi TiUCK WtCMASE immmmmmmmmmmm™ $5 °° k QUALITY USED CAR " TRUCK "AWIANTY BANK RATE FINANCING KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 10IS. HALL ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 2954S54 1

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