Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 5
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Award WAV VOUU FEEL WITH Ml MR MY OF THESE MAOM FIRMS! ATTENTION ALL CAR OWNERS with AIR-CONDITIONING (NOT JUST FORD & MERCURY) We have FACTORY-TRAINED 'MEN AND EQUIPMENT to service and check ALL AIR CONDITIONING UNITS . . . and this should be done each year before summer driving. _The cost is reasonable — and you'll be assured your car's Air Conditioning unit is working first rate this summer. (1) Check proper running of Air Condition Pump. (2) Check Belts and all component parts. (3) Check Freion in system for complete charge. (4) Machine - test for correct cooling capacity. •Wfc HOT WEATHER AHEAD- YOUR CAR NEW AIR CONDITIONING UNITS FOR ALL FORDS AND MERCURYS NOW ON HAND. Easily installed in your present car. Call or stop in for an estimate. Gall Dick Beisell for appointment Taylor Motor Co. Ford & Mercury Sales & Service "Friendliness and Courtesy Always" State & Jones Streets Algona Albtrt Hagg is making good recovery from a back ailment diagnosed as arthritis of the spine and with a brace, is very comfortable. He and his wife are leaving early in August for Monrovia, Calif., and are putting their property there on the market for sale. They will then return to Algona and purchase a home. They will probably spend a couple of the cold months in California. Mr. and Mrs. John Sires have been visited by their son-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Bob Daniels and children and Jeanie Sires, of Chicago, 111., and their son John and wife Jeri and little daughter Wendy, of Cedar Rapids. The John Sires Jr. also spent some time with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark. John Sires Jr. is going to Iowa City this week to enter the university hospital. He suffered a slight stroke a few months ago and has been unable to work since then. He was kept only a short time and came home Tuesday. Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster and her sister Mrs. Jean Wadsworth had planned to spend a week at Templar park, Spirit Lake, reservations being a gift from their nephew Dr. James Bushnell, of Birmingham, Ala., who recently visited them. They came home sooner than planned because of cool weather. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton will have as guests who will come Thursday from Omaha, Neb., their son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dutton and family. With them will be Mrs. Jerry Dutton's parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks, of London, England. They will also visit with friends at Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. Brooks is near retirement and is it probable they will come to the U. S. to make their home near their DON'T JUfiT BURN- AIR-CONDITION! Open 9 'til 5 daily—'til 9 Fridays Algona, la. CORONADO ENDS HEAT AND HUMIDITY CQiONADO AIR CONMTIONfR WARRANTY Fivo-yoor fro* port* and l«bor warranty on staled rairiferation system . . . defeats due to atatcrials or workmanship. One-year similar warranty an all 'other parts proved defective. Big Cooling Capacity/ No Special Wiring N««ded! CORONADO 'Countess 116* 11,600 BTU't Cooling .Power $229*5 NO MONEY DOWN $2.75 Per Week Payable Monthly Control center has adjustable thermostatic climate control, 5 push-button function panel and ventilation diaL Window installation kit fits widows 27 to 44". Attractive woodgrain vinyl trim. Very quiet. daughter and family. Mrs. Effie Teeter recently returned from Bloomington, 111., where she visited with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Peter and family. Dr. Joseph Reeney and Dick Biesell with 20 boys of Scout Troop 70 went to camp at the Okobojis and will be there until Saturday. Mrs. Joseph Reeney was visited from Sunday till Wednesday by a friend Irene Wessling, Odebolt. Dr. and Mrs. M, G. Bourne have as guest this week their grandson Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes, while the parents are vacationing at the Okobojis. The other Hayes sons Jeff and John went via bus to Mason City and spent till Thursday with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes, former Algonans. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien have been visited by their sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thorpe, Tim and Ann, of Sterling, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. John Duffy, Jane, Paul, Sarah and Steven of Elgin, 111. The Duffys also visited with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duffy who moved here from Whittemore not long ago. Mr. and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien are going to Ames to spend the weekend with their daughter Maureen who is attending summer school at the university. Mrs. Leo Cessel is spending a few days this week at Omaha, Neb., with her father Ray Neary. Mr. end Mrs. A. B. Oakland have been visited a few days this week by the latter's sister Mrs. W. R. Jensvold, of Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Evans are being visited by their daughter Mrs. James Reichard, Karen and Donna, of Pacifica, Calif., who will be here till July 18. Other guests have been the Evans daughters Mrs. William Holten, John and Debbie, of DCS Moines, Mrs. Thelma Conlon and John, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Don- bohit Jeff and Unda> ° f Hum ' ho^VH? 1 Mrs< Alb * r » Ol «»n have had as guests Mr. and - Hugh Salisbury, of Coon is, Minn., and a niece Jacw a «h le rvi! Vard ' of Seattle wash. Other guests at a different time were their grandchildren Linda and Donna Olson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Olson, of Webster City. Mrs. Mary Olson was visited Monday evening by her brother and wife of Burt M !jr dau « n »«r of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson and a granddaughter of Mrs Marv plson, fell from her faffi tractor recently and Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney has been visited since last Thursday till Sunday by her cousin Paul Ferrigan, of Chicago, 111. He was met at Fort Dodge by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart of Humboldt and brought here. He also visited Mrs. Mary Nelson at the Humboldt nursing home. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Mahoney, and cousin of Mr. Ferrigan. Mrs. Frank Vera has been visited the past three weeks by her daughter Mrs. Don Johnson (Elvie) and Tommy and Timmy of Phoenix, Ariz. They are leaving for home on Wednesday. They have also visited with Mrs. Johnson's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vera at Buffalo Center and relatives at Titonka. Mrs. Leo Spilles of Novats, Calif., came June 8 for a visit at West Bend with her sister Mrs. Ed Anliker and other relatives and friends. She will be well remembered as a former Algonan until about 17, years ago when she and her late husband sold their hardware store and moved to California. She plans to be here through July. Mr. Spilles died five years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson have been visited by their niece and husband Mr. and Mrs. Terry Trueblood and two children, of Neligh, Neb. Mrs. Trueblood is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mertz of Grand Island, Neb., the latter Miss Donna Kayscr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albln Kayscr of Bancroft was selected as the recipient of the David Madden Memorial Scholarship at St. Mary's School of NursiiiR in Rochester, Minn, on 'Promotion Day, June 20. The award is sivcn to a third year nursing student showing ability in nursing and appreciation of the financial assistance the award of $150 carries. Miss Kayscr is at present attending summer classes at St. Mary's. Alfofia (l«wi) Advthct . t THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1W left Tuesday for Estes Park, Colo., to attend the annual get4ogether of the advertising firm with which he is employed. He will be working it> Nebraska and Mrs. Lane will accompany him. Mr, and Mrs. C. J. McEvoy had all their children home for the July 4th weekend, which included Mr. and Mrs. Cal Mocgler, of Triota, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Donnelly, of Denver, Colo., and Dick who is in service and for some time was stationed in Turkey. At the conclusion of his leave he will go to Fort Meade, Md. Dick has been fortunate in having been able to visit several European countries. Church eireUi hovt m«ttings takoU: The Esther and Mar? groups of SPCW tnet Wednes« day, July 5. the Esther group met at 2:00 p.m. with hostessed Helen Eichenberger, Doris Carlson, Marie Christ, 'Ella Addy, and Alvina Edwards. Charlene Hertzke gave devotions and Margaret Steenhard had the topic for the day. The Mary 'Circle met ait 8:00 p.rft. with hostesses Irene Peterson, Helen Baumann, Janice Sleeker, Madge Weringa, lona Aukes, and Janette Meyer. Karen Larson gave , devotions and lona Aukes had the topic, OLD SETTLERS PICNIC Grant: The annual Grant Old Settlers picnic will be held July 23 at the Swea City Legion Hall. BUDCIT ItTIMATI PUBLICATION NOTICI NOTICE: The Extension Council of Kossoth County, lowo, will mtet August 2, 1967 ot 8:00 p.m. ot Algona, lowo, In the County Extension Office. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following eitlmote of expenditures lor the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1968. Mrs. Orvllle Thortson Secretary, Extermlon Council . _ FUNDS HtMH*mtN*ttltHfttSt*ttttimHIIIMHIIMMtffMHtmiMtlllHIHIItltHiH having been Drusella Coughlin. The Truebloods were hers Sunday and Monday and Sunday were joined by the Hansons' son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippen and Bret of Storm Lake. David Hovey, who hat been in service a year and a half and has that much more time to serve, is now at Cuchi. He was formerly at Saigon. In letters to his wife he mentioned that mail means a great deal to servicemen. Becky Jo Hemmingten arrived home Wednesday from Camp Foster at the Okobojis where she has been a counselor since June 1. Nancy George, of Storm Lake, is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. Mr .and Mrs. Beecher Lane Expenditures For Year $ Extoralon Educotion .. 10,548 20,371 21,622 26,514 2000 none 24,514 Published In the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algono, lowo, July 13, 1967 COOL summer? Finest In Air Conditioning" COOL YOUR WHOLE HOUSE WITH GAS AIR CONDITIONING a) Gas cools quietly and dependably • Gas cools economically a> Gas cools, with little maintenance AND a broken left arm" The' tracto? «s not in motion, she mere- play° balance while at ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING 214 E, State 295-5240 Gas Air Conditioning Has An Unmatched Record Of Performance In Business And Industrial Installations! 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