Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1966 · Page 3
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NEWS OF ALGONA I I I Local News -BY MOLLY MtcDONALD I I I I H. F. Fristedt, G. D. Shorn- way, H. W. Miller and Judge G. W. Stilliman were in Iowa City this weekend For the 40th reunion of their law class. Marilyn Da;.l, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal, visited her parents last week during a 10-day vacation break from nurses training. Mrs. Kitty Phillips attended Joe Tschetter, spent last week in Huron, S.D., visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Burton Loii- n&bury. Mr*a nd Mrs. Leo Cassel and Michele drove to Omaha Saturday to visit Mrs. Cassel's parents^ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neary. Micihe'le will remain with her grandparents while attending summer school at Creightoh a district meeting of librarians, University. Mr. and Mrs. Cassel recently at Belmond. Mrs. Lois! returned Sunday with sons Zimmerman, Whittemore, and Mrs. Freida Wenzel, Bancroft, were also at the meeting. 'week. Charles and Jim who had been visJting the Nearys the past Mr». John Deim was visited last week Sunday by Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bay were visited recently by Mrs. Bay's Mrs. Wendel Bertleson of Brill, parents, Mr. and" Mrs. C. F. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harshber- Ku&hl of Millard, Neb. The ger and sons drove to Clear La- Kuehls attended the graduation ke lant week Saturday. Mrs. of their granddaughter, Sally Hershbergar attended a fare- Bay. well coffee for a classmate. ! Mr. ond Mrs. Gary Priebe be- Glen Tschetter, son of Mrs. came parents for the first time on May 28. They have theif new daughter Cytlthia Dawn. Dr. and Mc». Retort MtMahcn Visited hete last week at the homes of their respective par j ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMa-> lion and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knoll. They spent the weekend at the: McMahon cottage oh Okoboji before returning to Chicago. Mrs. Richard Thoreson entertained her bridge club Thursday at the Murtagh cottage Oh Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hershberger drove to Kalona Monday to attend the funeral of tyr. Her- shtoerger's grandfather, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan was visited over the weekend by her daughter, Miss Sheila Sullivan of Minneapolis, Mrs. Leo Cassel took her daughter Ruth to Mason City Tuesday where she enplaned for Chicago. She will spend the summer with the Jack Douglas family in Hinsdale, 111., a Chicago suburb. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan en tertained their couples bridge club at a steak fry at their home last week Saturday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hershberger and Mr. and Mrs. W. B MacDonald; Mr. and Mf«. ftliriiril fwh', Laity W&ffiplef and fefftily, ill eau, Minneapolis, are patents of a daughter born ,tuiie 4. She m been named Rhotida Fiyne The twfl «orts, HickSr and Glen. lave been visiting the grand* parents, the Victor Rochleaus, Dtnr.it Ohrtman, ton ol Mr. atid Mrs. Wayne Ohftfttan ? Fonda, (formerly Of AlgOrta), spent last week With his ,pafen% sis ter, Diane, Mid untie, Emil ,Sa niuelson. Me arrived home, to Mr, and Mrt. Oenld MoMitt have named their new Sori., Gerald Anthony. Me was born >May 27, and is their first child. / Russ Buchanan, Kathy ind Scott, and DOn Jorgenson Sitid daughter Jean are at Thunder Lake, Canada for a week . of camping. Mrs. Buchanan, Todd and Susan, and Mrs* Jorgenson, Jim and Diane spent the Week end at Spirit Lake. ^ Mr. and Mrt. Gerald Moffitt were visited over the JU weekend by Mr; Moffitt'S • thers Steve and ftogef of Chicago. On Sunday the Mbflitts^n tertained at a picnic dinner Out-of-town guests .included /;|tr and Mrs. Roman Bisenbaoktir Donna and Janice, and Mr. am Mrs. Sylvester Eisenbakcer, ;al of Armstrong, Mr. arid Mrs. Cla rf Esthefville, Mr. *nd Mr». Rithftrd Norton are being visited by their dauf- ttef and son-in-law, Mr. and fe. John ttartsfield of Fort Miahce, Aril fhey will be here Utttil Wednesday. Mr. Artd Mrs. K. S. Cowan fa* ve been visited the past Week by theif daughter, Mrs. Kobart Mall of Denver ( Colo. Don Courtney, s«n of Mr, artd Mrs. Wilbur Courtney returned loitte this Weekend front ftoys State. Don is not the first niem- of his family to attend Boys State—his father was also a delegate his junior year. Boys State was just one year old wh en Mr, Courtney attended. Mr. and Mrs. Richard There- son, Becky and David spent the June 4 weekend at Okoboji. On Sunday, Mrs. Tho>rcson and the children drove to Cedar Falls with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Eugene Murtagh, to attend the graduation of Polly Pruyn, dau ghter of Mr. Murtagh's sister Mrs. F. H. Pruyn. Jim Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs Bill Finn, began his duties las week as head resident of Stef fen's men's dormitory at the University of Dubuque for the summer session. He has been rence Moffitt and Mr. and Mrs accepted by the university's the- seminary, aftd will en^ er it this fall. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith jv'efe Visited last weak Sunday by M*. tM Mrs. M. K, Culleh, and Misses Mary and Betty Streit, all of Foi-t Dodge. Mr. Smith and Mr. ^Cullott both celebrated heir birthdays Sunday at a dinner at the smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit were also gueMs at the dinner, ittettd the. funeral of Mrs. Lilian Willett, grandmother of 3onald Chiquet, Aigona, at Hanson, and returned to Angus- ana college in Sioux Falls for .he summer session, Sunday. A sophomore Spanish and history major, Dennis, received $800 in financial grant for the fall session as well as receiving an award for achievement in jour nalism as the Star Reporter for the Augustana Mirror. He was also chosen to head a goverrir mental body of students and faculty in the area of forums and discussions, the. executive secretary of the International Cultural Association which he helped organize., and also a group leader for freshman orientation in the fall. He serves as a secretary in the A.ugustana Spanish department. . .' . Brian Espe, son of the Milton Espcs, WhiUcmorc graduated torn Masofi City Jf. Jatw 6. tt^ 1* enwilittg it;Wirt* oha State College this fall. Ex-ledyard man dies in freak DJ, accident Ltdyard -^ Glenn A- Reece, 46, or Polk City; forMerly of Ledyard, died Wednesday when he was crushed in a tire press at the Armstrong Tire and Rubber Company plant in Des Moines where he was 'a maintenance man. An Armstrong spokesman said Reece and another employe were installing and testing "post inflating rings" on thv machine, used for inflation Of tires while; the rubber is Curing. Reece was dead oh arrival •.at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. Mr. Reece grew upland graduated from the Ledyard high school. After returning from service in World War II he went to work in the Des Moinas a-rea Survivors, are-,his • wife, 'Jane and four children. Uhdai ;fc,ae Agard, ^drt 'Dod- O j, daughter of th6 ItaV Agairu^j LuVerriei was married .May 28 to LeRby,K6rslUnd, fort Dodie,. ion of thfr 1 'George; BeltHtusie^, Fort'Dddgei at the LuVerne Methodist, church. The jdotible fihg ceremony was performed by the. Rev. Roy -Biesemeyer. A reception was held, at Johnny's Sts;ak .Harbor at. Humboldt.i.The complete wedding, story. u appeiai'- ed in Thursday's A.dvance.; . TAYLOR MOTOR C "' WE'LL GIVE YOU 10% OFF j- $ "*&"$ *s^. • " » . ti .i.". We're celebrating our 2ND ANNIVERSARY IN THE FORD-MERCURY BUSINESS WITH THE BIGGEST SALE IN ALGONA HISTORY, Great buys in new and used cars and trucks . . . it's our way of showing appreciation for the wonderful acceptance of the .1966 Fords and Mercurys. Our three used and new car lots are full of cars of every color, make and model. Browse around in our .lot just west of our garage and the second used car lot just north of our garage. And if you are looking for a new car, stop down at our lot just south of the new post office. Better yet, let one of our salesmen show you around. Two big weeks of selling at Taylor's AND YOU SAVE BIG MONEY! All new and used cars in our three lots will have STICKER PRICES on the left rear window showing regular, discount and sale prices. — Your Friendly Ford & Mercury Dealer — DEAN TAYLOR On all New & Used Cars and Trucks during this Sale Yes, for the two-weeks of our anniversary sab, you'll SAVE 10% OF THE PRICE ON EVERY USED CAR AND TRUCK AND NEW CAR AND TRUCK that we have in stock. Plus getting a liberal bonus trade-in for your old car. We're going to be wheelin' and dealin' every day so stop in if you a «"e looking for a sweet buy. INS MO JUNE 13 AND CONTINUES FOR TWO WEEKS • Win a '300 Air Conditioner One lucky owner of a new Ford or Mercury during the next two weeks will win a $300 Air Conditioning unit for either a Ford or Mercury. What a bonus this could be for you! • Win a 125 Set of 4 Tires And we haven't forgotten the USED CAR BUYER EITHER. A $125 set of FOUR BRAND NEW TIRES will be given to a lucky used car buyer from now until June 25. • Win a week's Travel Trailer Use Stop in any time until June 25 and register for a week's use of a Travel Trailer. A $55 value. Nothing to buy — register anytime. 54 Used Cars and 40 New Fords, Mercurys and Mustangs in stock! Come & save 10% the next 2 weeks! HERE ARE TWO EXAMPLES 1966 NEW FORD, Custom 4-door, 6-cylinder, white sidewalls, body side moulding, radio, deluxe seat belts, safety group package. Regular $2621.22 STICKER PRICE — minus $262.12 OFF — SALE PRICE $2359.10 1966 NEW MUSTANG 2-door Hardtop, radio, tinted windshield, white sidewalls/ floor shift, bucket seats, safety group package. Regular $2579.27 STICKER PRICE — minus $257.93 OFF — SALE PRICE $2321.34 TAYLOR MOTOR CO FORD CARS * TRUCKS * Mi RCURY CARS t IA5Y "ON-THE-SPOT" BANK FINANCING AVAIUSLE SEE HAROLD, ELLIS, BILL OR DEAN FOR A TOP DEAL"

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