Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1966 · Page 2
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2-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY/JUNE 20, 1966 Wesley girl * Mi ' •«•*. leaves on trip to Ireland Wesley r«- Carol Root completed her 1% years teachihg first grade in a Cedar Rapids school. She Will teach first grade in Columbia Heights, Minn, next yeai'. Carol ahtjjitliree other .teachers at Cedar Rapids left lafct Wednesday for Boston and will leave from there by plane for Dublin, Ireland. They plan to tour the bontinent, returning the middle of August. CORRECTION MADE Correction—The'twin daughters, Jane I£alhryn and Jean Marie, born May 29 were born to the Kenneth Forburgers, instead of the""Urban" Uckteigs. The Lickteigs are maternal grandparents. . .. HAVE 40TH WEDDING , The August Stiiders had their 40th wedding June 0 with a i'lathes. Betty Plathe, who graid-' group of relatives and friends uatad May 29 from Garrigah,\is as -guests. Their daughter, Mrs. employed at the Equitable Li'ie Sale pornbier, gave them a dec- Insurance Co. in Des Moines. \ orated cake, which Was served for lunch, POOL TO OPIN The swimming pool has been repaired and filled and is open for swinmming. Mrs. Julie West will ba life guard, assisted by Dickie Bleich and Becky Lickteig. WED 1$ YEARS The Vic Youngwirths were honored for their 16th wedding June 10, by a groUp of relatives and friends, who served lunch and presented them With a gift. The Herman Studers and the Richard Smiths were guests at Leonard Studer?s, Iowa Falls, on Sunday for their grandson Jerry Studer, who received his first holy communion that morning. Father Phillips spent his two weeks vacation on a fishing trip into northern Minnesota. Father Zeiman accompanied him the first week. He is atending summer school at Creightpn Univer sity, Omaha. Joan and Donna Plathe, employed in Washington, D. C., recently visited the parental Art Sunday guests of the Otises were their daughter, Mar-. garet Otis, nurse at Mary Greeley hospital, Ames; the Ed and 1 , Jim DuSolds, Mason City; Mrs. Neil Gary, Akron, Ohio; Mrs.: Laura Richter and Jack, and Mrs. John Phil Richter and dau-, O hters, Wesley. The Garys came Saturday for 10 days with, her 1 mother, Mrs. Laura Richter, v and jther relatives here and in Bancroft. Mr. Gary accompanied his brother Tom Gary, Bancroft, on a fishing trip into Minnesota Sunday. Judy DuSold, a daughter \6f the Ed DuSolds, Mason City, toe* gan work Monday morning in Al's Lounge. She graduated 1 lately from Newman high school in Mason City. She will stay with her grandmother, Mrs. Laura Ricihtei-. Mrs. Richter and Jack, Ed Otis, Tom and Carol, Frank Richter and two sons attended the graduation and the reception at the DuSold home June 5. . . The Richard Murphys, Appleton, Wis., are spending a week at the parental L. T. Root's. St. Joseph's Guild will meet on June 21. A film on "Love and Marriage" wilt be shown. Jadies of circles i through 5 will hold a shott meeting after the regular meeting. Circle 5 will serve Itffich. ; * ,:"' The Ray Stevens attended the fUneral Of his aunt, Mrs. Clara Grimm, Phoenix, Ari»., at Boons Saturday. Mr. Stevens 1 was a casket bearer. They also visited another aunt, Mrs. Ted Johnson, who is hospitalized at Boone, but is much improved. The Ray Stevens had a group of relatives following the graduation of their son Ray from Garrigan high school May 29. Ray Jr. will attend junior college at Mason City this fall. Donna Bleich entered Drake university, Des Moines, Monday for the summer session. She will teach again at Colona, 111., this fall. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer went to .Iowa City June 7 and brought 'her son Paul home. He left Sunday for Iowa City where he will attend summer school for his stVcond year in law. The Edmund Loebigs, Rochester^ Ind., came Saturday for a weok with his brothers Wilfred and\Al Loebig, and his sister, Mrs. \ Jack Lackteig. Prairie Neighbors club met with 'Nell Frimml Tuesday with Mrs. Ella Hanig assistant hos- tess. 'Mrs. Eiiinia Wise gave life' esson on readittg material. C. Wayne Lybarget, Denver. 3Qlo., graduated recently from ;he uniyersity ai feoUtdef, recai^ n| A B. S.' degffee iti business administration. Mrs. Lybarger IS the former saftdra Flom, daugh' ter of Mrs. Kate Flom and the ate Mike Flom. They have three ehildreh, Mrs. Tillie Mat2 spent the weekend in Williams and visited Lhe Art SchWeppes and the Bud Salzbergs. The Art Saastads, San Diego, Calif., are expected soon for a visit at the parental Ben G.'Stu* der's;; ;-..: .., ' •: The Belles of Boone, 4-H girls, held an all day business meeting and picnic at Frank Matern's on JUne il.; Marie Tusha, Dayton, Ohio was a guest of her sister, Mrs Ray Stevens and attended the graduation of her nephew, Ray Stevens Jr., from Garrigan, May 29. She visited other relatives at Garner. Stanton Christie left Sunday for Grand Marsh, Wis., where he has accepted a position as execu live vice president of the State bank. He had been associatec with the local Exchange bank 3 years. / ;';".v -:,. There will be military rites at he graves'ide. Mr. Btsich opefat- a garage in Wesley for a umJber of years Until 1&55 when he began work fof th& Sotany Laboratory at Iowa State jnivefsiiy. He retired a year ago, Write friends atlrvington about tornado Irving ton—Mr. and Mrs. BUF- liegh Reed, living at Topeka Kans., write the recent tornado which tore a swath 'diagonally r a cross the city did not do any actual damage to their property but came too close for comfort Mr. Reed, writing briefly to le friends know of their safety says that the stone universitj building in which he taught for so many years, is a pile of rub ble. A week of Bible school at th Irvington church came to a clos June 10 and pupils and teacher had a picnic at noon. Sunday the program was presented. .The opening exercise consisted of the processional pledge td Aiti- ricaf. flag, ChHstian flag a«d Jible with accompanying songs, | tid a song by the entire school.. Castor Keith StMyer rferfd the cripture and offered prayer, There were Songs and memory verses by each of the kindergar- en, primary, and junior depart' ments. Diplomas were presented >y th«i supeMnt^ndent, Mt * )urwood Walker. The Fred Yestons, Oak 11L» aftd Ruth Bkefc, RoCkfdrd, III., c^ntS recen-tly to> the Robert Black's Saturday and the families drove to Spancer for the wedding of a niece and cousin, Mary! Ann Black, daughter .of th6 Evetett Blacks, Spencer. She married Jim Lau, of Sioux City, iti the first Baptist church at Spencer June is. 'Ruth BUck attd' Mrs. Yeiaton are sisters of Robert and Everett Black. BEAVER CREEK DISTILLERY, INC. STOCK Btinc Botfhl, Sold and Quoted at Adi Offle* of CONWAY BROTHERS, INC. DES MOINES, CEDAR RAPIDS, FORT DODGE SIOUX CITY, MOUNT PLEASANT, IOWA FALLS, ALGONA, DENISON AND MASON CITY. CALL FOR CURRENT QUOTATIONS Algena Office — 108 N. Moore TAYLOR MOTOR GO'S Big 2nd..... ••> ", ': • ° ' !?„'>'I IS^itl ',<50J ,'t/~. \V.-> 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. FINAL WEEK 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. 011,; atfWTB,'.'-..,C«h»ni -OIM.IM ^U,<,: MM. On all New & Used Cars ENDS SATURDAY and Trucks during this Sale GOING STRONG WITH ONE WEEK TO GO! 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 are looking for a sweet buy. "~J —-T T', ii' i*'' " i" * - v f ( • ^ • 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 fither a Ford or Mercury. What a bonus this could be for you! • Win a 125 Set of 4 Tires An<* Wt h*yen't forgotten the USED CAR BUYER EITHER. A $125 set of FOUR BRAND NEW TIRES will be given to 9 lucky used car buyer from now until June 25. • Win a week's Travel Trailer Use Step in any tii»f MJiJil Jun« ?5 fnd roister for a week's use of • Trtyfl TriMfr, A $55 v»luf. Nothing to buy ^ rffiftfr inyfim*. 54 Used Cars and 40 New Fords, Mercurys and Mustangs in stock! Come & save 10% this week! HERE ARE TWO EXAMrtES 19* NiW FORD, Cu.tom 4-door, 6-cylinder, white body fidf moulding, radio, deluxe seat b*(tf, itffty group packagt. Regulfr $2621 22 STICKER PRICE - minui $262.12 OFF ^ SALE PRIC| $2359.10 1966 NiW MUSTANG 2-door Hardtop, radio, tintad windihitld, white lidewalli, floor shift, bucket seats, safety group package. Regular $2579.27 STICKER PRICE - minut «57,91 OFF ™- SALE PRICE S?321.34 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORP CARS i TRUCKS * MERCURY CARS f I4IY "ON-THf-SPOT" BANK FINANCING AVAIL. ABti "SEE HAROLD, ELLIS, BILL OR DEAN FOR A TOP DEAL"

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