Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 15
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Attend the North Iowa " APRIL 16-16-17 • ALOONA FAIR GROUNDS ARMORY THURSDAY, APRIL 14. 1966 ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-3 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT for boating fans! »«••••»«•••••••»••»•••»•»«•«»»••••»»»»»< meat packing plant. Mrs. Budach is the former Catherine Carr, daughter of the Harold Carrs. Mrs. BudaCh is at pres*. ent a patient at the hospital with a strep throat. The Johnie , Tobins went to Sioux City to bring Marjorie Lee home/after dental surgery Friday. The Frank Spears, Sherburn, were Sunday callers at Johnie Tobin's. Danny Anderson, Waverly, 50th wedding observance for Algona couple At the reception in the Pres >yteriari church for the 50th wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, M. J. Dugan presided, lohn Lovstad, Mankato, Minn., was soloist. Kathleen Kelly, of Sioux Palls, S. D., gave the history of the honorees, and Rev. Morz had devotions. Nancy Ann Dugan and Kathleen Kelly had the guest book. Host and hostess were Mr. Myer and daughter, Joy; dining room hosts were a daughter and son of the Dugans, Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly, Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Du- «««••••»»•»•••••«**»• 30,000 Sq, PI of Show Spaci - 38 Exhibitors gan, Lone Rock. Mrs. : Gerald Thilges had charge of gifts and cards; serving punch were Mrs. Robert Ohland and Mrs! William Hughes, Davenport. Mrs. Ralph Strayer and Mrs. Donald Koppeh, Lako- DAU'S is now your authorized dsalar for EVII\!RUDE OUTBOARD MOTORS We are proud to. have been selected to represent Evinrude —the first name in outboard motors. Stop in to see the quietest, most efficient, most dependable Evinrude motors ever built. Widest choice of power in Evinrude history! Don't buy any outboard motor until you get our trade-in offer on your- old, motor. Time payments available. DAU'S GARAGE ta, poured. Church Circle D were in and Paulette Kracht were Friday guests at Albert Anderson's. Teresa Kay, daughter of the Everett Thorsons, was baptized Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran church. Guests at Everett Thorson's were Pastor and Mrs. Peterson, the grandparents, the Lloyd Thorsons and John Carlsons; the Kevin Thorsons, Merlin Carlson, Vivian Thorson ard Reid Farland. Vivian Thorson and Merlin Carlson were spon sors. Sunday callers at Truman Johnson's were his brother, the Ervin Johnsons, Fenton. The Ed Freriohs were Sunday visitors at her sister, the John Cullensj Emimetsburg. The: Virgil Prestons had gue sts Sunday for Larry's confir Corwith friends, enroute to Ft. Dodge to visit relatives. Bernard Spangler spent a few days at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Spangler and daughter of Fayette spent the Weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spangler. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Spangler of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fletcher attended the funeral on Mday at Fairmont, Minn, of Mrs. Ben Katuin, a former Corwith resident. Mr. arid Mrs. William Erdman spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fer ry Smith at Schaller. Jennie Mitchell is a patient the Hancock Memorial, hospita in Britt. Mrs. Ed Lenz of LuVerne vis ited Friday with her sister, Mrs Harry Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wagner o Pocahontas visited Sunday mor ning at the Gene Wagner home Mrs. Sarah Lallier of Algona, Mrs. Tillie Matz of Wesley, Mrs. Art Krc't and Janice of Ren- er, former First Baptist pastor. re the' parents of a daughter >orrt on March 14 at Mobtidge charge of the kitchen with Mrs. Meyer as chairman. Waitresses were Ruby Murtha and Mary Jo Zumach. \ Guests came from Davenport, Ames, Sioux Falls, S. D., Lakota, Buffalo Center, Burt, and Lone Rock. A family dinner with 50 in attendance was held before the reception at the V. F. W. hall. Saturday night buffet supper guests at the Jess Dugan's were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buleman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peters, Bob Ohland and Mrs. William Hughes all of Davenport; the Lloyd Rouzes, of Ames; William Kellys, of Sioux Falls, and Wayne Dugans, Lone Rock, and George Behrends. 125 S. Dodge ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-5144 Evinrudo Sales (Service SEE, US AT THE SPORTARAMA AND THE EXCLUSIVE OLDS TORONADO APRIL 15 -16 -17 ALGONA FAIRGROUNDS Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones The Vern Mortensen children, iutohinson, Minn., spent the faster vacation with grandparents the August Robisons. The August Robisons were April 3 visitors at Tony Lohse's. Mrs. Lohse has been sick. The Tom Prestons moved across the road to the Joe Preston farm Thursday. Mrs. Nina Traub, sister of Mrs. Joe; Preston, is living in the home formerly occupied by the Tom Prestons, The Lawrence Redings, Armstrong, and Frank Sanftners were Friday callers at Harold mation Guests were the Earl Prestons, Leo Crowleys, Edith and Myrtle Molinder, the Dave Martins, New Prague, Minn., and Joe Crowley. Saturday guests at Virgil Tokheim's were the Harley Works, Mrs. Opal Pierce and Danny, St. Paul, Minn., Michael Pierce, Arlys Looft, and Wendy and Wanita Work. Mrs. Ralph Walker and Sheri, and Mrs. William Krumm were last Thursday visitors with Mrs. Tillie Smith at Fairmont. The J. A. McCoys, Decatur, 111., came Saturday for a week visiting relatives here. David is at Francis Torino's and the rest are at Emil Larsen's. Kay, a daughter, is visiting her cousins, the Robert Himes, at Los Alamos, New Mex. Kay is a studenl at William Jewell college at Liberty, Mo. .Mrs. Virgil Jensen . is ; a pa tient'at St Mary's hospital, Ro Chester, Minn., since a week ago last Monday. Mrs. Marlin Hardt and Mrs Richard O'Green visited Mrs Hardt's daughter, the Charles Schultzes at Sauk Rapids re cently. wick and Jerilyri Kraft of Des Moines visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Adie Hamm, Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw uuiu uu ma luii IT a I iin/uijugt, S.D. She,has been.named Carol <ay and weighed 8 Ibs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean and MrSi Dora Dean were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Dean in Mason City. Mrs. Cart Kannenberg of flumboldt visited her mother, Mrs. Dora Dean on Saturday. Mr., anid Mrs. Gordon Foth and children' of Humboldt have moved on the farm north of Denhart vacated by the Loren FjetlandG. Mr. and Mrs. James Zweife visited Friday afternoon with Viola and Luella Sweiger at Renwick. Gary Williams and family 01 Cedar Rapids visited Friday witl his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams while Mrs. Williams at tended the funeral of her aunt Mrs. Ben Katuin at Fairmont Minn. Sundays guests at the 'Elme Marr home were Mr., and Mrs Ed Sarver and Todd of Wes Bend, and Mrs. Server's broth ers Darrell and Danny Swim o Oskaloosa. Mrs. Viola Brow was a afternoon caller. Gene Oxley, Who attends I.S T.C. at Cedar Falls spent his SEE AT THE SPORT SHOW! Mr. and Mrs. Jim, Thome and amily of Council Bluffs spent he weekend at the home of Carr's. Sunday, the Linus Vaskes, Rolfe, and the Bob Holmes were guests at Harold Carr's with Maurice Carr and Pat Fox, Sioux Falls, S.D., who had been weekend guests there. The Orville Budachs, Blue Earth, moved to Estherville where he is employed at the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and Marvin attended the funeral of Mrs. Lula Kunz at Elmwood, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram were Sunday dinner guests of his Vtr. anct Mrs. Charles Soren- en, their daughter Patty who lad spent the past three weeks here returned home with them. Mrs. Gertrude Thronbury spent a couple days this week vith her daughter and family, Mrs. Darwin Kaulen in Eagle Grove. Sunday dinner guests at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold rleise were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meyers and Marvin and Mrs. ertrude Thronbury, in honor of Gene Jackson who was confirmed Sunday at St. John Lutheran church. Mrs. Charles Sorensen had Mrs. Norman Peterson and Todd, Mrs. Wendell Jurgensen, ChrisTa1l"d>Katfty<'jnli#geri'9en« and* Velma Thorne of Algona in on Thursday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Patty Thorne who was 4 years old. Keith Pierce Jr., son of the Keith Pierces Sr., has returned to his home from the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. Several 'from Corwith attended a theatre party at Algona on Saturday night and then went to the home of Linda Simpson in Wesley for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Widen and Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman was on a trip through Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming. A son, Jerry Craig, has come to make his home at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack in spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley. Mr. and Mrs. William Welter and family of Carroll spent Sunday with .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Welter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Welter spent Sunday with his brother and family,.the Robert Welters in Mason, City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riggle visited at the Ernest Riggle home in Crystal Lake on Sunday. APACHE CAMPERS America's Largest Selling Camper •5 Models • Complete Line PRICES START AT _ '488" Sw TkM M Alton's SPORTARAMA parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram. Mr. and Mrs. Max Sloan entertained three tables to a card party Sunday night, They were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ezarski, Mr. and Mrs. John Hobscheidt, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Devine, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Devine. Mr. and Mrs. John Hob- soheidt, Sr. returned to their home after a visit with their daughter Judy in California. The following couples enjoyed a card party Saturday evening at the Paul VanHeltons: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary, Mr. and Mrs. Charpel Hauswirth, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skelley. Mr. and Mrs. Oral McCullough, Boyd and Melissa of Forest City and Mrs. James Labaugh and family of Cherokee visited Saturday morning with Des Moines. He was born on Sunday, March 27 weighed 8 Ibs. and 8 oz. Jerry has a sister, Teri Lea. Ben Widen and John, Elwood Geary and Eldon spent Thursday in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ander-j son of Des Moines spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nail. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielson of LuVerne spent the weekend at the Roger Will home in Minneapolis. Sylvia Izzard, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Long and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Long returned home after a trip to Haiti. John Daniel Jr. of Britt, Tori and Lori Daniel of Algona visited Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. Rev. and Mrs. LeRoy Gard Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hallman and family of Des Moines spent the weekend with her father George Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grav of LeMars and Mrs. Lynn Knoll of Belmond were Sunday callers. Mrs. Harlan Elbert entertained the following to a card party on Wednesday evening: Mesdames Duane Tindall, ... .Oscar Tindall, •; Bob Shipman, John Heleseth, Gordon Hilbert, Richard Nail, Thurman Gaskill, Phil Hunglet, William Meyers, Norman Chambers and Jim Tindall Jr. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Heleseth high, Mrs. Norman Chambers, low and Mrs. Duane Tindall, traveling. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen and Jim and grandson Scott, and Mrs. Clara Wolfe of LuVerne spent Sunday at the John Heil home in Marshalltown. Scott remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Askland visited Sunday evening at the Carrol Cram home. Mrs. Ray Pugh of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram were Monday evening callers at the Carrol Cram home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beer and daughter of Garner visited Thursday with his mother, Mrs Ethel Beer. Sunday dinner guests at the John Adams Sr. home were Mr nd Mrs. Richard Nail and fa mily, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E /leyers and family and Mr. anc fas. John Adams Jr. AMH.15.U-17 AUTHORIZED DEALER 400 E. State ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-337} WE'LL SEE YOU AT the SPORTARAMA - FRIDAY, SATURDAY I SUNDAY - COMPLETE LINE OF ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT ON DISPLAY! HUTZELLS SCHOOL I OFFICE SUPPLIES ALGONA CAMP IN COMFORT -DODGE CAMP WA60N Sleeps 6 — Stove, Refrigerator, Running Water, Elevating Top — Year 'Round Convenience. ALSO SEE THE DODfiE CHARGER ft SPECIALTY UNITS 1965 DODGE POLARA 4 door sedan. Air Conditioned, power steering, torqueflitc, radio. One-owner trade in light blue. 1964 FORD GALAXIE 500 4 dr. sedan. A beauty in red and white and ideally equippsd with power steering, Cruise- a-m'atic, 352 engine, radio. ., 1964 DODGE 440 4 door sedan. Has small V-8, tarqueftite, radio, and all new whitewall tires. One owner car. 1963 FORD GALAXIE 500 4 dr. V-8, Cruise-a-matic, power steering. A low mileage one-owner car. 1963 PLYMOUTH VALIANT Station Wagon. 6 cyl., straight shift. A very clean economy wagon that is priced right. 1962 CHEVROLET BEL AIR Station Wagon. This powder blue wagon has V-8 engine, t powerglide, radio, power steering and brakes. Very clean. 1962 CHRYSLER NEW YORKF.3 4 dr. A beautiful one-owner car with very low miles and is like new in and out. See this one today.. 1962 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 door 6 cyl., straight shift. A very clean one-owner car that is perfect in every way. 1961 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4 door. Power steering, torque- flite, power brakes, radio, other extras. Turquoise color. 1961 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 door, V-8, power steering, power brakes, radio, air conditioned. A very sharp car in white with very clean interior $995 1958 FORD FAIRLANE 500 4 door. This car is way above average. 8 cyl., automatic transmission. 1954 FORD, V-8, straight shift, and runs very good. SEE THE GOOD SELECTION OF NEW DODGE AND CHRYSLERS AT OUR SHOWROOM AND IN OUR WAREHOUSE. BEST BUYS OF THE YEAR NOW! PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA Our Sports Cars are worth the trip to the "Sporlarama" We'll have two beautiful SPORTS CARS on display at the Sports Show this weekend and they are worth your trip and money alone. One of them will not be seen anywhere else in the United States except at this show. Mark Friday • Saturday - Sunday on your calendar and attend the big North Iowa Sportarama in A Igona. Be sure to stop by Schultz Bros, display. SCHULTZ BROS. "TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS"

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