Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1967
Page 7
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Ex-lrvi pastor writes family news Irvington — The Rev. and Mrs. Myron Brower, Sioux City, write the Presbyterian Church thele which they serve, was dedicated last month after extensive remodeling. The church is also in the process of hiring an assistant pastor. Mary Jo, the oldest daughter, is engaged and plans to be married early next August. She and her fiaf l ce * H1 both ^ gradual- f d tonr-the university of Dubuque next Juhfe. DeAfine •gtowtf J s « freshman at uena Vista and th6 son . Rev. Bfowef was pastor of t! ie . A| g° na and trvlngion Presbyterian churches for a number of years before going to Siou * .„ U4 . • FI J; MS . AR 5 u Dur '[>g the Sunday School ?, our th f Christmas Story on !l ,., lhe film stri P- When l P e Ll "lest Camel Knelt was f£° wn - The , former & a film H! at . was taken at the Wayne Wlckw ' r e farm a number of J£ ars a B°- Toby Eastman did lhe fllmi ng with the Sunday IT'S A NEW YEAH! Wt'rt tooting our horn for your New Year happiness, with our thanks for your loyalty. III nAUft Cl A AD ALUUNA FLOUR School pupils poftfaying the different characters of Joseph and Mary, the Shepherds, the Angels, etc. the pasture at the Wickwire farm With grazing sheep was a ready made setting and a donkey owned by the George Vitz- thurtis was borrowed for Mary, One of the older Sun* day School pupils acted as narrator and the narration with background music Was taped. ANNUAL PROGRAM Between 90 and 100 attended the annual Christmas supper and program at the Irvington church Thursday evening. Each Sunday school class contributed to the program with songs and exercises. The juniors gave the Christmas Story in pantomime, with Fred Sttuthers as narrator, and songs by Patty Harms, Marilyn Rich and Ronald Chamberlain. Judy Cole was the • accompanist. Lay Pastor Keith Strayer, read the Scripture lesson and Moderator Rev. Ralph Hindman offered Prayer. Rev. and Mrs. Hindman were presented with a poinsetta. Christmas guests Sunday of Mrs. Margaret Kent, Algona, were the Don Larsons, Paul Currens, Lawrence Millers, Steve Canadays, Enrique " Bazons, Ronald Peck and Sue (Iowa) Advance—7 fW an electrical .**1968* will be*a happy * NewYear. Algona Municipal Utilities ,*: •••••••••••••••••••••••••• Kent. The John Doled accompanied by Debbie Sabin left last week Thursday for Lawton, Okla., for a visit with Mrs. Dole's mother, Mts. M. J. Carpenter and other relatives and friends there. They plan to return this week Friday. The Paul Millers, Lake City, Minn., were callers at Ronald Sabin's Sunday. They were in the area for Christmas with Paul's parents, the Earl Millers, Algona. The Millers were accompanied by their oldest son Gerald, who is in the Marines, but is home on furlough. The Harold Sabins were Christmas Eve guests of Mrs. Sabin's parents, the Roy Ben- sens, Ringsted. 'Mrs. Gerald Coleman, Irvington, went to Ogden Saturday to get her mother, Mrs. Henry Stevens and brought her here for the holidays. Christmas guests at Gerald Coleman's were Mrs. Henry Stevens, Ogden, the Kenneth Potters, Ackley, the Toby Eastmans and Jim Romer, Algona. Naomi Rose and Mae McLean were guests Christmas of their sister, the Kenneth Roneys. The Alvin Webers, Lu- Verne, went to Minneapolis Dec. 25 for Christmas Day at their son, the Jerry Webers. Christmas guests of Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, were the B. O. Davises and Darrell, Charles Colwells, St. Benedict and Mrs. Marie Colwell, Algona. The. Jim Gallons were Christmas guests of Mrs. Gatton's parents, the Clarence Seimers. TELEPHONE NUMBER is like an ADDRESS Address a letter to Benson instead of Bentpn—or make the street number 2431 instead of 4231—and it might go far astray. Telephone calls go astray, too, when numbers are not dialed right. Just one number dialed out of order and you'll get a wrong number —or no number at all. Each time you telephone, please be sure of the number—and dial carefully. Northwestern Bell in Iowa The Ohio National Life Insurance Company announces the appointment of Bernard F. Jackson, as General Agent Mr. Bernard F. Jackson, an experienced professional with 20 years in the life insurance field, will now represent our Company in this area. What kind of man is an Ohio National general agent? First, he's a leader in his community, sophisticated in the problems .of business and personal matters. Second, he's an expert on your life ... at least the part of your life yet to come. As a professional in financial planning he is equipped to discuss with you the kind of future you want for your family, your business, or your own retirement.., and he can show you the way to guarantee it, Bernie Jackson is this kind of man. We hope you will meet him very soon, You can reach him at; Bernard I. Jackson Agency 6 North 12th Street Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501 Phone: 576-7139 representing The OHIO NATIONAL Life Insurance Company 144 Handy Blinker Lanterns plus 8 Transistor Radios! 8 Weekly Drawings Yes, we'll have eight weekly drawings on each Friday beginning on Friday, Jan. 5 and continuing through Friday, Feb. 23 ... each week we'll give away 18 Lanterns and one Transistor Radio ABSOLUTELY FREE — nothing to buy) you don't have to be present to win — just come in anytime and' register at the station ' or garage. Register as often as you come in. FIRST DRAWING ON FRIDAY, JAN. 5! 18 Lanterns and one Radio to be given away every week until Feb. 23! Register Every time you stop zte^&ma&&r Station at NEW CARS IN STOCK NOW - • 1968 PONTIAC Firebird 2-door Hardtop, large V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, tilted wheel, dark blue color. • 1968 PONTIAC Firebird 2-door Hardtop, automatic transmission, power steering, radio, green metallic color. • 1968 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Sedan, power steering and brakes, automatic transmission, burgundy color. • 1968 BUICK Skylark 4-door Hardtop, Full power and Air Conditioning, Green Mist with Black top. 1968 BUICK Skylark 4-door Hardtop, V-8, power steering and brakes, radio, electric seats, Gold with vinyl top. 1968 BUICK Skylark 2 door Hardtop, power steering and brakes, automatic transmission, Blue color with Black top. 1968 BUICK Station Wagon 6-passengtr, full power, Air Conditioning, Luggage Rack, Blue Mist with white top. 1968 BUICK Wildcat 2 door Hardtop, power steering and brakes, automatic transmission, radio, tilt wheel, Air Conditioning, Ivory Gold color. 1968 BUICK Electra 4-door Sedan, full power and Air Conditioning, Black with white top. 1968 BUICK Electra 4 door Sedan, full power, Air Conditioning, Charcoal Metallic with Black top. 1968 BUICK Electra 4-door Hardtop, Full power and Air Conditioning. Maroon on White. ...and Look at These SCHULTZ Used Cars! 1967 BUICK Skylark 2-door Hardtop, V-8, automatic transmission, white with black top. 1966 PONTIAC GTO 2-door Hardtop, large V-8 engine, 4-speed transmission. 1966 BUICK Wildcat 4-door, power steering and brakes, automatic, low mileage. 1965 CHEVROLET 2-door Hardtop, 327 V 8 engine, standard transmission, new tires, black color. 1965 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Hardtop, power steering and brakes, Brown color and brown vinyl interior. 1965 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Sedan, Park Green, power steering and brakes. 1964 CHEVROLET II 2-door, 6 cylinder, standard transmission, 4 new tires. 1964 PONTIAC Catalina 4-door, power steering and brakes. 1963 BUICK Electra 4-door, power steering and brakes, white, 1963 FORD Galaxie 4 door 500, V-8, automatic transmission, Black vinyl interior, Rose color. 1962 BUICK Electra 4-door, full power and Air Conditioning, Black. 1962 CHEVROLET 4-door, V-8, straight stick, Red. 1962 CHEVROLET 4-door, V-8, straight stick, Blw«. 1961 CADILLAC Sedan do Ville, Full Power and Air Conditioning. Blue. I960 CHEVROLET 44oor, Station Wagon, V-8 Power Glide. GAS FOR If S$ - PtiMIUMS, TOO i a |^ua//(y name in myly^ lift} and health /myrance . Cincinnati SCHULTZ. BROS* Trgntportotion Hfodquorttrt BUICK - PONTIAC - CAWUAC S*titb Phillipi ALGONA, j •fVt •&\

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