Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1967
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IrviigtMiftiR ii concert at r' • ' > limes college . lnrlnft«n — The Wilbert RUhnkes and William C, Daus 8r,, Algona drove to Ames Sunday evening to attend the 12th annual Festival concert, held at the Armory. There was a total of 800 voices including the "Iowa State Sing- era" the "Oratorio Chorus" of which David Ruhnke is a mem- - And Cartful % n'. \ •. 'thin .is the young male driver who can save up to 40% on auto insurance if he can qualify. This is our Unique "Responsible Driver" Policy designed to reward and encourage young drivers. Take a moment to check the qualifications ..., it may mean substantial savings. CALL US FOR DETAILS MYRON "MIKE" SMITH Office Phone 295-3351 Horn* Phone 295-7093 Algona, Iowa "BdVi Glee Club" and ' • tar#§ nttfttef of the univef. ally student* fthe are not inembtrX Th« Ruhnkes ilid the Dids found th* p*rfofrff- •nce/fb be inspirational from the standpoint of good music and the fact a request was made asking for "No Applause" which contributed greatly to the religious atmos< phere. BAKERS IN HOSPITAL Mrs. Jess Baker, Selah, Wash., well known to many here, writes she recently spent 11 days in the hospital With a staph infection in her hands. She is now at home and treatment continues, but she has lost so much weight she is unable to drive the car. Her son-in-law takes her to Yakima every other day to see Mr. Baker, who has been in the hospital for over three weeks, the result of a fall off a sawhorse. One ankle was hurt in the fall and Mrs. Baker reports it turned out to be a serious injury. Mr. Baker is in room 333 at St. Elizabeth's 'Hospital, Yakima, Wash. The Bakers usually visit in the Algona and . Irvington area every fall, but did not make the trip this year. SING CAROLS A group from the Irvington church and the Donald Hansens sang Christmas carols at the old and new rest homes and St. Ann hospital, Algona, the Kossuth County Farm and a number of private homes in the Irvington area Sunday evening. Participating from the Irvington church were the Dean Culbertsons, Durwood Walkers, Walter Piatts, Phyllis Struthers, Ed Rich, Bob Kent, Patty and Russell Harms, and lay pastor Keith Strayer. Besides the singing Mr. Stra>er Contributed remarks about Christmas and offered prayer. At the rest homes the group was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ray Fitch, a resident there helping to care for her husband. HAS 80th BIRTHDAY S onto Says: Have the family picture taken while you are together during the CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY GLENN'S STUDIO Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3800 The Vefl Pattersons drove to Renwick Sunday for Mrs. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Bert Huntley's 80ih birthday. The dinner was tt Marlon Hunt' • toy 1 * ifid dthtf* pfiifent were Bert Huntley, fcenwtck, the Keith Kirsteins, Sacramento, Calif., John Huntleys and Rosemary, Boulder, Colo., Richard Huntleys, Renwick, and Oliver Huntleys, Clarion. This is the first time that all the children of the Bert Huntleys have been together since the 50th wedding anniversary ten years ago next March. The Roy Blythes, Wahkon, Minn., writes thefr grandson Steve Keefe, Phoenix, Ariz., recently spent a month with them and last week went to San Diego, Calif., where he enlisted in the navy for three years. Mrs. Bill Keefe is the former Betty Blythe. A dinner for Mrs. Nell Potter's birthday was held at her home in Algona SUnday. Attending were the Victor Ap- plegates, Ames, Mrs. Margaret Kent and sons, the Paul Currens, Carroll Potters and the Lawrence Millers. Open house was held in the afternoon with ajarge attendance. Coming from out of town were the Ray Stumps, Dunnell, Minn., and Ray Miners, Humboldt. A granddaughter, Mrs. Darryl Swartz, Greeley, Colo., phoned. Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, returned home Dec. 6 after a week visiting at the Lyle Pearces in Britt. The 'Pearces, owners of the Pearce Flower shop in Britt, held an annual before Christmas open house Dec. 2 and 3. Word was received by the Charles Reapers last week that Mrs. Reaper's sister-in- law, 'Mrs. Mary Larsen, Roland, had surgery Dec. 4 at the Mary Greeley hospital in Ames for the removal of a kidney. Mrs. Larsen is reported recovering. UPW had a Christmas meeting at the church last week Thursday. Each contributed something about Christmas to the program and gifts were exchanged. Vicky Siemer, daughter of the Clarence Siemers, left by train from Mason City for Gainesville, Florida, Nov. 27 V where she is visiting her uncle, the Julius Arndorfers, and also with a niece of Mrs. Seimer's, the Clyde Monroes. Vicky reports enjoying sightseeing. She also wrote she took part in horseback riding .with many other riders in the "annual Christmas parade held in Gainesville. Vicky expects to find employment in Gainesville, and remain there if possible. Guests Dec. 11 of the Bernard Capesiuses were the Clarence Siemers and Phillip Arn- dorfers and daughter Jane. Jane Arndorfer, who attends Briar Cliff college in Sioux City spent the . weekend at home. ALGONANS IN CHORUS Algona members of the 90- voice North Iowa Choral Society are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Huber, Sara and Debbie Huber, Edward and Karl Kiilsholm, ,Mrs. Jim Chalstrom, and William F. Dau. This organization will give two. performances of Handel's "Messiah" in Britt and Forest City. Engaged MR, AND MRS. Francis Pfeffer. Wesley, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cell, to Ronald Weiland, son of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Weiland, also of Wesley. The wedding will be December 30 at St. Joseph's church, Mason City. Miss Pfeffer is employed at the office of Eastlawn Memorial in Algona, and her fiance is with Massey Ferguson at Mason City. JMH Service! for Elsie Hansen held Tuesday Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie H. Hansen, 85 year old Algona housewife who died last Saturday at her home, were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, With Mpnsignor P. P. Gearen officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery with the Hamilton funeral home in charge. - Pallbearers were Durick Hansen, Lynn Hansen, John Balk, James Voigt, Wayne Wagner and Orland Steil. Elsie H. Voigt was born on Dec. 26, 1881 in Germany. She was the daughter of Carl and Martha Scgcbarth Voigt. They came to Iowa in 1885 and settled in the Lotts Creek area, before coming to Algona in 1906. Elsie Voigt was married to Edward Hansen on Dec. 22, 1913, nt Algona. Mr. Hansen died in January of 1949. vTwo children, Wade Hansen, Algona, and Irene, Mrs. Wilbur Balk, Belle Plainc, .i.y sufvive. 0«e daughter is deceased. There are nine grandchildren and three great gratidchildfen. Nine brothers arid sisters also survive. Marie, Mrs. William Schwahkee, Cedar Falls; Herman Voigt, WhiUemore; Mrs. Bertha Ostwald, of Cedar rails; Carl Voigt, Osage; Archie Voigt, WhiUemore; Mrs. Margaret Wagner, Whittemore; Julia, Mrs. James Math* er, WhiUemore; Ella, Mrs. Jack Johnson, Rolfe, and E« wald Voigt, Algona. LAS VEGAS VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe arrived home Friday from Las Vegas, Nev. They flew out Nov. 15 to spend a three weeks vacation with their daughter Juno who teaches in the public schools there. Another daughter, Nancy, of Denver, flew out to be with them over the Thanksgiving weekend. Nancy is with Braniff Air Lines in Denver. TITONKA OPEN HOUSE The Good Hope Lutheran church at Titonka is featuring its "Christmons" tree in an open house Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. The name comes from the first syllables of Christ and the monogram. The tree is decorated with Parable Atfwi. (!•*•) Balls. THURSDAY, OtC. 14, GIVE-AWAY 5-Pe. Dinette Set Register Now At Gambles DRAWING DEC. 20 CUP THIS COUPON NAME __ ADDRESS * * * * * * * * * * PHONE 207 E. STATE ALGONA, IA •«• * Kossuth Motors Wants You To - - - •&£&£,! DINNERS CHARLIE MIMHIMgl 8 9 I YES - DINNER FOR 2 AT CHARLIE'S WITH EVERY USED CAR OR TRUCK i WITH OVER * 500 DIFFERENCE IN THE TRADE IN PRICE. Check BUY AN OK USED CAR OR TRUCK AND TAKE YOUR WIFE TO DINNER AT CHARUEJ5 AND CELEBRATE ON US. '-New Cars Added This Week YEAR MAKE MODEL ENG. TRANSMISSION OTHER < < < < < f f < ( I « < < < < ( Just in Time for Christmas FLOOR MODEL SALE Grundig Stereos+New Home 1966 1966 1966 1966 1964 1965 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1963 1962 1962 1962 1962 I960 1957 1957 CHEVELLE BEIGE FORD WHITE CHEVROLJ^ CHEVROLET CREEN CHEVRO WH-!r! PLYMOUTH BEIGE CHEVROLET CHEVROLET GREEN CHEVROLET • WHITE CHEVROLET BROWN CHEVROLET FORD RED CHEVROLET RED/WHITE CHEVROLET WHITE CHEVROLET Malibu 396 V8 SPORT COUPE S8.gR.SOO V8 RAMBLER CHEVROLET CHEVROLET .CHRYSLER Biscayne 6 Cyl. 4 DOOR Impala V8 Vefffir V8 4 DOOR Furv I , V8 4 DOOR Biscayne 6 Cyl. 4 DOOR Impala V8 4 DOOR Impala 6 Cyl. 4 DOOR Bel Air 6 Cyl. STATION WAGON Bel Air V8 Custom Impala 2 dr. V8 SPORT COUPE Biscayne V8 Impala V8 Ambassador 6 PSGR. ST. WGN. Impala 4 dr. V8 * m MI *•> •* «P ^ ^ •> A •>• V8 4 Speed Automatic Std. 3 Speed Powerglide Automatic Std. 3 Speed Std. 3 Speed Powerglide Std. 3 Speed Std. 3 Speed Powerglide Powerglide Std, 3 Speed Powerglide White Walls, Radio, Wide ovals Air Cond.. White Walls, Power Steering Radio White Walls, Radio, Radio Tinted Class, Radio Radio Tinted Glass, Radio, White Walls Radio, etc. Tinted Class, Radio Radio White walls. Radio Tinted Glass, Radio Radio, Power Brakes, Power Steering WAS S2500.00 $1950.00 $1695.00 $1950.00 $1575.00 $1295.00 $1595.00 $ 750.00 $ 825.00 SPORT SELAN 210 LISTE-N TO THi FINE-ST IN STEREO SOUND SV PUTTIN6 A GRUNDIG STEREO IN YOUR HOME THIS CHRISTMAS. THi MACHINE THAT MAKES SEWING AS EASY AS CAN IE. AISO OTHER POPULAR MAKES. 1949 CHEVROLET NORTH IOWA Sewing Machine Co. JIC Hit Stilt \\i\\\it\\\\\\\t\ Powerglide Automatic Radio Spt. Cp«. V8 Automatic Everything USED TRUCKS V8, 7000 Ib. front axle, 2 speed rear axle, Radio. Heavy duty frame with reinforcements. Heavy duty front and rear springs. Cheater rear axle, saddle tank....25,000 miles. V8, 5000 Ib. front axle, 2 speed rear axle, 825 x 20 10 ply tires. Heavy duty.. Pickup .... with 4 speed, flat bed with stake body. Pickup, 6 cylinder, 4 speed transmission, EXTRA SHARP $395.00 Ton Pickup, £ cylinder 4 speed. REAL GOOD $195.00 HOLIDAY SPECIAL $2300.00 $1850.00 $1595.00 $1895.00 $1175.00 $1495.00 $ 995.00 $1150.00 11095.00 $1425.00 $1195.00 $ 650.00 $1015.00 S 750.00 $ 875.00 $ 695.00 $ 495.00 $ 295,00 $ 275.00 1967 CHEVROLET 2 Ton 1965 CHEVROLET 2 Ton 1965 FORD '/i Ton 1961 INTERNATIONAL '/i Ton 1954 CHEVROLET % Ton SEE Illl OR OZ FOR THE IUY TO SAVE YOUR CHRISTMAS IUCKS KOSSUTH MOTOR CO.' 108 So. Hill 195-3554 Al|om

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