Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
Page 12
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By EVELYN CADY Mrs. Floyd Turner was vi»i- ted last week by her daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Apple and son Robert, Mrs. Ruby Walton, of Des Molncs and Mrs. Pauline De Kruif and her husband Cornelius, of Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Panko of Tyler, Minn, spent the weekend here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby to assist at the open house held Sunday at the new Good Samaritan Home. Other members of the family present were the son, John Nasby, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nyborg, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nyborg, Mr. and Mrs. Les- tgr Nyborg, parents and brothers and sisters-in-law of Mrs. Nasby, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Nasby, brother and sister-in-law of Ollie Nasby, .all of Jackson, Minn. Mrs. Gladys Taylor is expected soon from Story City for a visit of a few days with her son Ronald and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson spent Saturday at Spencer with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and Son Bret. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Strayer of Fort Dodge are parents of a son born March 3. He weigh ed six pounds and has been named Todd Allen. The grand- p^rents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strayer and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl of Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons have received word of the death of Mrs. Susie Adams Kelley, 76, at Tulsa, Ofcla. Saturday. Death was due to a heart attack. Her husband, Morris Kel* ley, died several years a.go as well as her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Adams. She is survived by a son Howard and daughter Lois, Mrs. Vollie North, of Tulsa, a sister Mrs. Laura Kelley, of Benton and a brother Harley Adams. Mrs. O. B. Laing is home from Iowa City where she had some oral work done and is recovering nicely. Mrs. Violet Walker was visited Sunday by her sons, Ray and Merlin, and wives. Her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom have started from Florida for home after being gone since about January 1. They were at various places in Florida. Mrs. Kate Wegener was visited over the weekend by her granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hannifan of Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster had as guests Saturday the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rae of Mason City. Anna Kellershon had as din ner guests Sunday, Irene Kern and Mrs. Albert Weishaar. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalzer were visited one day last week by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stalzer of Renwick. After a year of living at San ta Ana, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Har old Angus have returned to Iowa and have purchased the former Mrs. fcteie Reed Home at 516 South Thoringtort street. They had owned a farm near Burt which they sold before going to California. Mrs. Mamie Dacken, former ly of Lone Rock but well known here, is now living in an apartment at Winona, Minn., where her son Rev. Russell Dacken is located. At present she is in Chicago, 111. where her son Rev. Lester Dacken lives and is making a rather extended visit. Mrs. Rose Smith who moved to Paullina a few months ago is visiting with friends here. She is house guest of Mrs. Esther Barton. Mrs, Ida Wittkopf has had word from her daughter Mrs. Fred Kossick of Marshalltown that she suffered a broken wrist when hastening to catch a bus. Mr. and Mrs, August Schmidt went to Estherville Monday to attend the funeral services for the former's uncle Fred Swan, 71, who died in the Veterans hospital at Rochester, Minn, following a stroke. He had been in poor health for some time. Military rites were held as he was a veteran of World War I. Services were held at the First Presbyterian church. He is survived by his wife and several grown children. Mrs. Howard French returned last week Wednesday from Iowa City where she had major surgery at the university hospital. She is making good but slow recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Z«nt- ner and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Strayer spent last week Sunday at Delavan, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe. Mrs. J. D. Burns went to Des Moines Wednesday to bring home Mr. Burns who has been in the Veterans hospital the A—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY* MARCH 17,1ft* past month receiving treatments. Tim Dailey, son of Mr. And Mrs. Doyle Dailey and his friend, Kathy Kimak of Christan, N. J., are here for sixteen days. It is their quarter break from Grinnell college. Mrs. Marie Kunt is spending a few days at Rochester, Minn, with her cousin Esther Burke. Mr, and Mrs. Leo'Fox were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wyatt of Chester. Titonka Mrs. Mary Schroeder Valley Farmerettes 4-H club met March 5. The pledge of allegiance 1 was led by Carol Janssen and the 4-H pledge by Marilee Risius. Barbara Penning presided. Roll call was My Finished Skirt. Plans were made for Algona 4-H day, April 2. Barbara Penning and Doris Ricks will put up the display. Mrs. Janssen showed how to make buttonholes. Doris Ricks showed a film on clothes. Janet Rump gave a demonstration. Carol Boekelman gave an Illustrated talk. Hostess was Marilee Risius. Joyce Plaisier is report* er, Brownies held their March meeting at the school audio Visual room with 17 present. The program was reading the story of Juliette Lowe, founder of Girl Scouting. New officers were appointed for March. Treats were brought by Le Anne Thacker. The Earl Zwiefel's have moved to their farm near Austin, Minn., and the Sheldon Beng- stons have moved to the farm vacated by the Zwiefels. The Rev. Paul Hansens, minister of Titonka and Doan Methodist churches, attended the conference board of education in Des Moines Thursday and Friday. The Henry Plaisiers were guests at Richard Helmer's, in Buffalo Center, Sunday. Rev. Paul Ofstedal, Lakota, was in charge of Lenten services at Good Hope Lutheran church Wednesday evening. Lynda Krause, student at Wartburg college, Waverly, spent the weekend with her parents, the Carl Krauses. The Dan Wubbens were weekend visitors at the parental Ted Van Hove's. The Wubbens live at Independence. The worst buy is an alibi. Walter Brmdowt wri M jiars Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandow observed thfeir 60th weddiitg anniversary Sunday at their home, Visiting were Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Decky firandow, Lone ftotk, Mr. «nd Mr». Uoyd.Mff. fom Bfiiiddw and Brando*, Fort Bodge, Mr. and | and Roger BfaftdoW, Algona. fORD 4-door Custom 300, V-l en- glne, Standard Transmission, clean. •395" TAYLOR MOTOR 00, FORD A MERCURY SALES A SERVICE Shopping for a gift? Here's what 10" can do! Miff — pittlnetlvt itylini ptui fu||«d itiock'fttlitint construction, fraclilofl JiwiHd movimint. W«t«r. •roof.* |10,M CARAVELLE- diviiionof BULOVA DEAN'S • WATCHES • GIFTS • CHINA THE ANSWER TO SWING FEVER? ^'r GIVE IN!! SWING INTO A DAU'S GARAGE VALUE RATED USED CAR. NEVER BEFORE PRICED LIKE THESE our* OLDSMOBILES 1964 FIESTA STATION WAGON — One owner, full power, air conditioning, Electric rear tailgate. Brand new Premium tires $2595.00 1963 SUPER 88 SEDAN — Full power, factory air. A really clean car. Was $2250 NOW $2095.00 1962 SUPER 88 SEDAN — Full power, Guidematic, own owner. A beauty —r SOLD 1962 98 TOWN SEDAN — Full power, air conditioning. Pristine condition. Mist green. Was $1750 NOW $1650.00 1960 SUPER 88 HOLIDAY SEDAN — A real sweetheart! Excellent condition. Still lots of car and miles left here. Was $995 NOW $925.00 2 — 1955 SUPER 88's. Take your pick — Both run fine! $150.00 FORDS 1965 FORD FALCON. 9,000 actual miles. Was $1695 NOW $1640,00 1963 FORD RANCH WAGON, 3 seater. ONLY $1295.00 1962 FORDGALAXIE. Was $1395 —NOW $1325.00 1962 FORD XL. Was $1295. NOW $1230.00 RAMBLERS 1962 AMBASSADOR 4 DOOR — Power steering and brakes, radio, bucket seats. A real steal for a low dollar price. Was $1195. NOW $995.00 CASH 1962 CUSTOM 400 4 DOOR, 6 Cyl., overdrive. Lowest miles around, Copper and white ONLY $1025.00 1962 CUSTOM 6 Cyl., White, New Tires, overdrive, radio. Really low cost miles of service for the lucky buyer! Was $1025 NOW $995.00 1964 AMERICAN WAGON, overdrive, radio, reclining seats. Tremendous camping car! Was $1395 — NOW $1325.00 1958 RAMBLER WAGON, Red & White, overhauled engine and guaranteed. Was $595 _-_ NOW $450.00 CASH ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY THROUGH SATURDAY ONLY! never-iron PENN-PREST stretch togs... 2 for '5 2 for S 3 Reg. 2.98 big sister's slacks. Slim-jim styling girls really go for! Cotton-nylon stretch denim with set-on waistband, side zipper. 7 to 16 . . . NOW 2 for $5 Reg. 2.79 mock-turtleneck shell. Helanca® nylon in bright spring hues. 6 to 16. NOW 2 for $5 Reg. 1.59 - 1.98 big and little sisters' jamaicas, slacks! Cotton stretch nylon denims with set-on waistband, side zipper. Lots of bright new colors, too! 7 -16 jamaicas, reg, 1.98 3 - 6x, reg. 1.59 .... NOW 2 for $3 3 - 6x slacks, reg. 1.98 , , NOW 2 for $3 OTHERS 1962 BUICK LE SABRE 4 DOOR. Full power and air conditioning. — NOW $1595.00 1961 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 4 door Hardtop, new white wall tires, full power and air conditioning. WAS $1395 NOW $1295.00 1961 CADILLAC. Full Power & Factory Air Conditioning. SOLD 1961 DODGE STATION WAGON, 4 door, 6 cylinder, automatic, radio and heater SOLD 1961 MERCURY METEOR 2 DOOR, 6 Cylinder, Automatic __ NOW $795.00 DAU'S OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER SOUTH DODGE STREET PENNEY-LOW PRICE FOR BOYS' PROPORTIONED WESTERN JEANS 2 for '3 6 to 18 regular, slim The price is fantastic, two pairs for only $3 . . . come, and get 'em boys! Lean, long-of- leg westerns in rough-tough 11 'A oz. jjcotton denim, cut to fit! Sand, indigo, faded blue. SPECIAL VALUE I MEN'S RUGGED ARMY TWILL WORK CLOTHES pants 1.99 pair shirts — 3 for 2.99 Pants that are built to really take it and still look neat and trim on the job, shirts with long or short sleeves that are cut lor comfort. Both in sturdy cotton twill. SPECIAL PURCHASE I LUGGAGE, AT INCREDIBLY LOW PRICES! your choice 000 Charge It! For happy traveling, take along our serviceable matched luggage! Vinyl-covered hardside — beauty case, 21" weekend, 24" Pullman. Choice of fashion colors. Penney-priced! l^«^^ ^^^svSSI^ ^^^^y^w^p Greater selections of merchandise! Fast delivery! Quality and Prlcel

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