Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1967 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 18, 1967
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MONDAY,SfePT. Swea City: Wedding Bells rang at the First Baptist Church in Swea City on Saturday evening, September 2, 1967, for Grace Crandall and Edward Sanders both of Swea City. Rev. H. J. Crandall, father of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Crandall of Swea City and the groom-is the son of Mrs. Eunice Sanders of Swea City. Mrs. Elmer Franks of Swea City was the organist. Mrs. Esther Crandall sang "One Hand, One Heart" and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crandall sang "A Wedding Prayer". Maid of honor was Miss Joyce Crandall, sister of the brjde. Bridesmaids were Patricia Taylor of Swea City and Lynne Mctte of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, both friends of the bride. Flower girl and ring bearer were niece and nephew of the groom, Laura and Monte Wolf of Bancroft. Best man was Richard Loofit of Swea City. The attendants were Kenny Graham of Algona and Clifford Kollasch of Swea City,) Usfcers were Randy .Licn and j Myrl(.Briggs both ofrSwea-Gity/ Mrs. David Crandall, of Lincoln, 1 'Nebraska, was the bride's personal attendant. A reception was held following the ceremony in the First Baptist Fellowship Hall. After a short wedding trip •the couple will make their home at 1010 W. 15th Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The bride is a 1967 graduate of Swea City City High School and is planning to attend Sioux Falls College. The groom is a 1963 graduate of Swea City High School and also a graduate of National School of Meat Cutting. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fcnten, Iowa Exp«ritnc«d Embalmtrs and Funeral Directors (UllabU 24 M«ur Ambulance Service Funeral May Bt Referred To Ui With Confidence •** -*' »'"*" A*?.?.,** "•* Phonei PINTON II9-27U RIMMTIO IU-1004 Nf-1001 M*>!t70 Highway 169 • 1 Mil* South ALGONA, IOWA I I The Charles Russell Combo 2 NIGHTS ONLY TUES. t WiD. • SEPT. 191 20 | SEE AMERICA'S NO. 1 CAR AT OUR... BIG OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 America the Beautiful... (• Everybody's Job It's the job of every family that spreads a picnic on a roadside table. It's the job of every boatman who cruises the lakes and waterways. Every driver, every walker, every flier. That's why our Association throws its wholehearted support each year into the Keep America campaign. country w& have here. Let's keep it that way. UNITED STATES iREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. iOX 1W, Q«CfOU, WE'RE INVITING EVERYONE TO COME IN, TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THE LATEST FROM CHEVY AND ALSO ENJOY A CUP OF COFFEE AND DOUGHNUT WITH US. HERE'S A PREVIEW ... 1968 CHEVROLET CAPRICE Coupe Chevrolet's new look for 1968 begins up front with a smart new grille and hood that conceals the windshield wipers?'F|epessed taillights.in, the rear bumpers and new body , side , lines ; are, Sm ^ s ty' in 9 f e|tuj^sasjte^^ convenience options make it possible to custom-tailor a new Chevrolet to almost any personal taste. <•••£' 1968 CHEVELLE SS 396 Sport Coupe Built for command performance is the Chevelle SS 396 Sport Coupe shown above. Growing in popularity this model features all new body styling; new instrument panel; new body mounting for smoother ride and concealed windshield wipers, Chevrolet builds the Chevelle in 14 models, plus the optional Concours Sport Sedan. 1968 CHEVY II NOVA Coupe Built on a longer 111-inch wheelbase and wider stance, the Chevy II Nova's fresh new look includes a longer hood, short deck styling and stunning sweep-back roof lines. New Nova models feature- curved side windows; foot-operated parking brake and keyless locking of all doors, For that "extra touch" an optional wide accent band and bright moldings can be used (shgwn above) to enhance the exterior styling of the lower body. CHEVROLET * CHEVEkLE * CHEVY II CAMARQ CQRVAIR CORVETTe TRUCKS KOSSUTH MOTOR GO. 101 S. HAU PHONI W-3554

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