Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1967
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DUPUCAYI MlOOfe Wtotert of m d bridge dub of Nw. 27 wwe OwnKineman and Don Pries- Kom, fir*; Mf§. Jim Geefrn •ftd Mil. KativlWfi Elbert, of WnMtctnOTC) second; Mra, Ka* Uterine Gilmofe and Mrs; daft Zend«r, third. The next meeting will be a master point night on Dec. 11 at 7:45 6— Alfona (!•*§) Atfriftet THURSDAY, DIG, 7, 1967 ill Ai^ »verd wtrti turned home on re- farm located IMi ftillej west of Bancroft and lirit place south. Sale Include* three tf acton, 2? head of cattle add other miaceilatieouft items. Charley Quinn It Clair Clark, auctioneers; Farmers 6 Trad' ers Baftk, Bancroft, clefk. Full sale details in Advance next Monday. Do« ( M—Henry Merte closing aut tale, at farm located me for Sunday Crunch State Farm brings you . NFL football on CBS-TV ! (And a better deal on car insurance, too. See me.) JIM ST. JOHN :Nv Thorington St, 296-5550 ITATI MIM INIUIkNCI P-67JI STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Bloominglon, Illinois ATTIND BAPTISM Mr. and Mrs. VerneH Lud- wtg and Steve were aft dear Like Sunday to attend a tap- tarni .of their grandmn Chris, who wat born ThafiJugving day to Mr. and Mrs. James Traces, soti<4ti4aw and dawgti- tor of the Ludwigs. Baptton took place at St. Patrick's Catholic church and sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Glen TW1- ges. There are two other sons in the family, Andy and Nicky. ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE Mrs. Edna. Brierton announces the marriage of her . daughter, Shirley Ann, to Mr. Marlyn K. Struecker on Friday the first of December at 1125 Northwest 122 Street, North Miami, Fla. An open 'house reception will be held at the groom's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker, at 503 West McGregor St., Algona, on Sunday, Dec. 10th from 2 until 4 p.m. ON HONOR ROLL John J. Clark, son of the Homer Claries, Algona, has ibeen named on the Dean's Honor Roll at Northeast Missouri State Teachers College at Kurksville for the 1967-68 fall quarter. GUILD PARTY The Guild of the Presbyterian church will meet at 7:30 o'clock Monday, December 11 for a Christmas party. Hostesses are Mrs. Ivan Parrott, 'Mrs. Del Cloptow and Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Frances Eason., CHRISTMAS PARTY Tuesday, December 12 at 6 o'clock the Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church will meet at Van's cafe for dinner arid ia Christmas party. USED CARS •1967 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Harddtop, power steering, brakes, air conditioning, only 18,000 mile*. 1966 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Sadan, power steering and brakes, low mileage. 1965 BUICK Electra 225 4- door Hardtop, full power and air conditioning. 1965 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Sadan, power steering and brakes. 1964 CHEVROLET 2-door, straight stick, radio, new tires. 1963 BUICK LeSabre 4-door, power steering, brakes, new tires. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 4- door, power steering, brakes, factory air conditioning, 38,000 miles. 1962 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door, V-8 and straight stick. 1961 CADILLAC 4-door Sedan deVille, full power and air conditioning. 1961 DODGE Station Wagon, V-8, auto, trans., new tires. I960 CADILLAC Coupe de Ville, full power and air conditioning. BRIDGE CLUB 'Mrs. Howard Stephenson was 'hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Prizes were won by .Mrs. Al Rotihieau and Mrs. James Skrter. GIRL SCOUTS AT GS II x Mrs. Madonna; Skogstrom's Girl Scouts were at the new Good Samaritan Home Saturday to play Bingo with the residents. BIRTHDAY PARTY The Rebekah birthday patty was held Tuesday evening and dinner was served at Sid's cafe. Mrs. Lloyd Pool caime from Renwick to attend. UNION HOMEMAKERS The Union Homeunakers ohilb met November 30 with Mrs. Walter Heerdt. Eleven members were present. BRIDGE CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Pearl Potter entertained her bridge dub ait a Christmas party Monday afternoon. There was an exchange of gifts. rrrittee will be David McOuife, Harold Priders, Prank J, 'Hit' bert, Ted Wagner and Ed Me- Quire. The Council witi *p6n< SOT ft Feather Patty on Saturday, December 9 at, the K. C. Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. This event is open to the pub' lie. The Courts adopted family consists of the parents and four children ranging in age .from 5 to 1, Committee in charge of arrangements are Mrs. Vernon Berte, Mrs. OrviHe Wagner, Mary Jane Origer, Mrs. Art Kohthaas, Mint. Willie Thilges, Mrs. Peter Reding, Mrs. M. T. Me- Guire, Mrs. John Hilbert, Mrs. 'Marvin Sawyer, Mrs. Jim Hermann, Mrs. E. J. Gales, Agnes Berte, Mrs. John Altman, Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs, Delano Grimm. CDA PARTY The Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph will have their annual Christmas party on Wednesday evening,. Dec. 13 with a potluck 6:30 dinner. The regular monthly meeting will follow the dinner proceeding the Christmas party and visit from Santa. A one dollar gift exchange and gift for the Courts adopted family. Butternut Coffee and Betty Crocker coupons are to be brought to 'this event. R-NU 500 CLUB 'Mrs. Ed Bormann entertained the R-Nu Five Hundred Club on Monday afternoon with Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas. The Club's Christmas party will be held on Sunday evening, Dec. 10 at the home of Mir. •and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner with husbands as guests. 500 CLUB PARTY Mrs. Raphael Faber entertained 1 the Farmerette Five Hundred Club on Wednesday evening at her home. The Club entertains their husbands at their annual Christmas party 'on Monday evening, Dec. 11 at the Imperial Oaife to Bode., Mrs. Maggie Thilges is a medical patient in St. Ann hospitial in Algona. Mrs. Susan Marso, a medi- came home on Thurmfcy from Sfc AMI hospital ih Aitfona where the had been a patient several week*. •' C, C« Patrick, Jamnport, Long Iftknd left here onS*^ urday for his home after a week visit here with relative* And aHao spent several days at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Mr. Patrick is a brother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. N, J. Weydert. Almanac- (Continued from Page 1) State Bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Thursday. Dae. 9 — Bruce Cranston home to be sold at public, auction at Burt. Sale begins at 10 a.m. two blocks west df the Burt bank. Charley Quinn, auctioneer. Full sale details in Advance last Thursday. Dee. 9 — William "Bill" Smith farm auction, at farm located one -mile east, 2% south and one-half east of Guckeen, Minn. Sale includes four tractors and full line of equipment. Wedel & Wagner, auctioneers; Blue Earth State Bank, clerk. Sale details in North Iowa Peach Thursday. Dec. 1 1 — Eldon Sabin dairy auction, at farm located I'/fe miles north of Wallingford and one-half mile west. Sale includes 45 head of Hoi- stein Dairy Cattle, plus riding horses and equipment. Clark & Lloyd Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County State Bank, Estherville, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Thursday. Dec. 13 — Walter Freilinger sale, at farm located five miles west of LuVerne and then IVi miles north. Sale includes complete line of machinery and some straw. Charley Quinn, auctioneer; Livermore State Bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance today. Dec. 13 — John Ufkes estate sale, at farm located two miles south and 3% east of TOtonka, Iowa. Sale includes full line of machinery and some household goods. DeVries Bros., Buffalo Center, auctioneers; Tiitonka Savings Bank, clerk. FuU sale details in Advance today. Dae. 14 — James "Jake" Becker closing out sale, at 4 miles west tot Wesley and % mil* north df 10 east of Algo* na and i H niile tiorth. -sate iitcludes three tractors and full fine of machinery. Quinn it Leek, auctioneers; flii Se- turlty State - - ' - 'SSL V4IM * "** ****"* *" «*<« *I cto A.M.F. ALGONA BOWLING LANES HOSTS TRIPOLY CLUB 'Mrs. Alex Dermand was hostess to her TripoHy club Monday evening. Following the dinner at a cafe, the group went to Mrs. Dermand's 'for cards and a gift exchange. DELPHIANS MEET The Delphian Society meets Monday evening, December 11 with Mrs. Leighton Misbach. Mrs. John Love is assistant hostess and Mrs. Matthew Strait will give the program. laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaae SCHULTZ BROS. St. Joe TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS Home of CADIUAC-BUiCK-PONTIAC — GAS FOR LESS — 1099 S. Phillips Algona, I*. Mrs. Sylvester Wafner FEATHER PARTY Knights of Columbus St. Joseph's Council will hold their regular monthly meeting Wednesday, December 6 with E. M. Gales, grand knight presiding. Lunch Oom- 8a/»a aBaji paacaiav Every woman deserves something special for Christmas. She works all year for it. And because the clean, fast heat of gas appliances is one of the nicest gifts of all, Thermogas is offering special Christmas prices on gas ranges and clothes dryers. This Christmas, treat the lady of your house to-a Thermogas range or a Norge gas clothes dryer. Whether she uses your gift to prepare better meals, or to put a new soft freshness into the family laundry — she'll thank you each day for remembering with clean, economical gas appliances. Stop in soon, and let us show you the special Christmas prices we have on all our gas ranges and gas clothes dryers. Don't you agree that she's worth something special this year? THGRMOGAS CO. Prictt 9631W5QAT How about a for the entire GIVE YOUR LOVED ONES THE PLEASURE OF A NEW COLOR TV BY Visit our stort for a com- ptttt display of Admiral color ttltvision sots — many stylos and scroop sizos. Ploaso EVERY MEMBER of your family with ONE EXCJTING GIFT ! SIFT IDEAS FOR GOOD HOME ENTERTAINMENT: + PORTABLE TV's * + TRANSISTOR RADIOS + AM-FM RADIOS + TAPE RECORDERS ELECTRONIC 616 Diagonal PORTABLE STEREOS * CLOCK RADIOS STEREO CONSOLES + ANTENNAS SPECIALTIES Algona, Iowa

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