Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1967
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I—Alfo«* (low*) THURSDAY, DEC (Continued from Page 1) nauer, Fenton. Enlistments—Army— Ger* aid E. Miller, Clear Lake; Wilbur E. Johnson, Wesley; John H; Luedtke, Fenton; Jerome R. McCarthy, Algona and Rex D. Bristow, Irvington. Navy—Don R. Ennen, Lone Rock; .Roger A. Mayne, Ledyard and Ervin M. Thilges, •West Bend. Marines—Wayne A. Christ^ iansen, Algona; David W. Kohlhaas, Burl and William P. Higgins, Algona. ATTENTION DECORATORS WORKSHOP Hlway 413, Fort Dodfo, Iowa, WILL BE < OPEN fho following hours thru Doc. 17th: SUNDAYS — 1 to 5 p.m. Daily— f a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday!—9 ».m.-9 b.m. Soloct original gifts, con* torpioco* and docoro* tions Docorotors Workshop Christmas Troo Shop •t 424 Control Avonuo "on tho city squoro." I Flockod A Groon Troos — Roping A Wroaths Opon 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thru Docombor 17. fiT& Farm Auctions Dot, 14 - .fames "J«ke" Beckef closing but sale, at farm located 1% miles West of Bancroft and first place south. Sale includes three tractors, 2? head of cattle and other miscellaneous items. Charley Quinn it Clair Clark, auctioneers; Farmers & Trad' ers Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Monday. Doe, 16 — Dave Kollasch farm sale, at farm located l l /z miles south and 2'/i east of Whittemore. Sale includes a full line of machinery. Charley Quinn, auctioneer; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Full sale details weie in Monday's Advance. Doc. 17—Louie Miller public auction, at farm 6 miles east and 3/4 mile north of Ledyard. Sale includes trucks, cars, furniture, tools and antiques. Quinn, Clark & Clark, auctioneers; State Bank of .Ledyard, clerk. Full details were in Advance Monday. Dec. 18 — Lyle Bremer dairy auction, at farm located 3 miles west of Hand's Park Corner (Minn.) and % mile north. Sale includes 50 head of choice Holstein cattle. Wedel, Clark & Clark, auctioneers; State Bank of Ceylon, clerk. Full sale details in today's Advance. Dec. 21 — Roger Arndorfer sale, at farm located 5 miles west and 3 north of Wesley. Sale includes full line of machinery. Leek & Quinn, auctioneers; Exchange State Bank, Wesley, clerk. Full sale details in Advance today. DM. 12 - Emit Bierstedt public auction, at farm local' ed 3«4 mites north of Fenton on highway 44. Sale includes lull line of machinery and 12 head of cattle. Bensen it Quinn, auctioneers; the First Trust & Sayings Bank, Fen* ton, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Monday* Die, 21 — John Elsbecker closing out sale, at farm Id* cated 3 miles west of Hands Park, Minn., 4 miles north and V4 mile west. Sale includes 89 head of livestock including 32 head of Holstein cattle and 57 hogs, plus a full line-up of machinery. Wedel 6 Clark, auctioneers; Martin County National Bank, Fairmont, Minnesota, clerk. Sate details in next week's PEACH section. Dot. 28—Henry Mertz closing out sale, at farm located 4 miles west of Wesley and % mile north or 10 east of Algona and % mile north. Sale includes three tractors and full fine of machinery. Quinn & Leek, auctioneers; The Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Full sale details in Advance .soon. Lone Rock has 75% cables done Lone Rock: The Lone Rock Telephone Company have completed seventy five per cent of the construction of burial cable in order to provide all one party service to the Lone Rock subscribers. They plan a completion date of late spring or early summer, including a new building addition that they hope to complete this winter. The building will be equipped with all new dial systems. TO CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB ^ IN ALGONA , IDEAL FOR .BUSINESSMEN, CONTRACTORS, PROFESSIONAL MEN^AND MANY OTHERS .. See Chuck McVay For FulhQeUiU This Week ' Algona newlyweds VaLora May Kueck, daugh-% ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck, Algona, and Richard Allan Feaster, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Wendell Feaster, Algona,' were married at the First' Presbyterian church at" four o'clock in the afternoon, on December 3. The Reverend Walter Morz officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, was attended by Judy Wolter, Whittemore, as maid of honor. Joanne Bates, Somers, la., was her cousin's bridesmaid. John Reid, Algona, was best man and William Sigsbee, Waterloo, brother-in-law of the f f m. groom, was groomsman. Scott \Wfi9 LltV Miller; and James Sires, both • Plfliil Vll f of Algona, ushered. Irvin Van Haaften, Algona, was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Richard Mawdsley. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones. (Mary Devine had the guest book and Mrs. William Sigsbee served punch. Mrs. Everett Mittag, Des Moines, and Mrs. Harley Knutson, Humboldt, cut the wedding cake and Mrs. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Lynn Kueck, Algona, and Mrs. Duane Kueck, Des Moines, poured. Waitresses were Becky Devine, Algona, and Sharon Heaner of St. Paul. Sue Rentz and Linda Erickson, both of Algona, opened gifts. After a trip to Minneapolis the newlyweds are at home at 321 South Jones St. They both graduated from Algona high school and the bride is employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. and the groom is with the Sieg- Fort Dodge Co. marries Algerian Swea City: Mrs. Tillie Curtis of Swea City and Mr. Robert* Perry of Algona were united in < marriage at the Little Brown, Church in, Nashua, Iowa. Their attendants were Mr.' Richard Perry of Algona, and < 'Mrs. Maxine Smouse of. Swea, City. , After a weeks trip they will' make their home in Swea City.|i FLOYD'S SERVICE FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY DECEMBER 15 • 16 • 17 FREE PEPSI CANDY FOR THE CHILDREN M^b^^k^^^^^b»*^^h^^ ^^^^^^•^^^•^^^•^^^^^ - FREE 3 DOOR PRIZES FIRST PRIZE — 6. E. TEFLON STEAM A DRY IRON SECOND PRIZE — MANNING-BOWMAN TOASTER THIRD PRIZE — POP CORN POPPER REGISTER AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE ^^^•^^^^•^^^^••^^^^••^^^^••^^^^••^^^••^^^^••^^^•1 ^i^^^^HP^^^il^^^^i^^^^ilB^^^^BP^^^Bi^^^^i^P^^^i^P^ OET-ACQUAINTED OFFER ONE 6 PACK OF 12 Oi. PEPSI A ONE SACK OF 29e POTATO CHIPS Only 39* Plus Bottle Deposit Although we have been in business the last 4 years as a Superior Station, we would like to invite our many friends and customers to stop in this weekend and get acquainted with our new Gulf Station and Gulf Products. We would also like to remind you that inside our station we are .still selling milk, bread, cigarettes, small appliances, drug items and sundries. FLOYD'S GULF SERVICE 719 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA rj 'Hii !'i 'i'!'?<[>!" 'i' Time to Shop WARDS 1967 Christmas Catalog JUST CALL 295-3538 Largest Selection in Town Toys... Gifts... Children! Wear... Sporting Goods.. .Appliances ALL MERCHANDISE STILL AVAILABLE BEFORE CHRISTMAS JUST SAY CHARG IT NO MONEY DOWN Special Bonus Coupons $15.00 $15.00 Worth $15,00 On The Purchase Of Any Refrigerator $15.00 $15.00 $10.00 Worth $10,00 On The Purchase Of # Any Console Stereo $10.00 $10.00 Worth $3,00 I*,,* *P n The Purchase Of •£:£• <\"^'~ Any Bicycle $3.00 $4.00 $4.00 Worth $4.00 On The Purchase Of Any Humidifier $4.00 $4.00 $7.00 $7,00 Worth $7,00 On The Purchase Of Any Portable TV $7.00 $7.00 $5.00 $$.00 Worth $5.00 On The Purchase Of Any Sewing Machine $5.09 $5.00 $20.00 $20.00 Worth $20,00 On The Purchase Of Any Color Console TV $20.00 $20.00 $1.00 $1.00 Worth $1,00 On The Purchase Of Any Pr. Of Ice Skates Selling $1.00 For $8.00 Or More $1.00 $10.00 $10.00 Worth $10.00 On The Purchase Of Any Djs.hwasher $10,00 no.OO •mmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmm PHQNf m-3538 r-ei IS THE PERSON ON YOUR LIST HARD TO BUY FOR?? GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM FOSTER'S IWMOIViMiMiMM«i«i>iMW* VISIT THE QIFT HOUSE STAMP REDEMPTION CENTER IN OUR Downstair* Store WHEN THINKING OF GIFTS FOR DAD or MOM AND THE KIDS THINK OF FOSTER'S FIRST You'll enjoy shopping our complete selection of gifts for the home. All the way from complete room settings, to that little nick nack. WITH EACH LIVING ROOM CHAIR YOU GET REGULAR GIFT HOUSE STAMPS PLUS with (Ms coupon EXTRA Gift Mouse with tht purch«M of any living room «h«ir ft FOSTER FURNITURE End* Q«tm9tr 23, 1967 4^^)jji&^fi^^&^iF ^fr^fr Furniture t Store IMT §TATE ALGONA, IOWA

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