The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1967 · Page 8
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10-A!oona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, April '20, 1967 Women's Club Spring Confab At Titonka TITONKA — The annual spring convention of Kossuth County Federation of Women's Clubs was held April 14 at Titonka Methodist church. Registration was at 9:30 a. m., followed by a coffee hour, sponsored by Titonka Federated Club. County Chairman Mrs. Leonard Elbert called the meeting to order. An organ prelude was given by Mrs. Duane Boyken, followed by the pledge of allegiance which was led by Mrs. Russell Patterson, county vice chairman. Mrs. Clifford Krantz gave the address of welcome. The theme used at this meeting was "Awareness Of Today's Problems." A message was given by Mrs. Eldon Walters, Lake City, sixth district chairman, after which Dr. Hallard \V. Beard, Mason City, gave a talk on "Why Risk Heart Attack T A noon luncheon was served to 114 guests by Titonka Methodist W.S.C.S.,'after which Byron Henn, vocal music instructor at the Titonka school, presented numbers from "The Sound Of Music." The afternoon session included a style show in which women modeled garments they had sewn. Hobby show exhibits were displayed. Patrolman James E. Bonnstetter spoke on "Public Safety and It's Problems." Hostess clubs included Titonka Woman's Club, Doan's Woman's Club, Swea City Woman's Club and Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club. - o - PASTOR ARRIVES Pastor and Mrs. Herbert Hanson and family moved to Titonka, into Good Hope Lutheran parsonage April 3. Rev. Hanson delivered his opening sermon Sunday, April 9. A dinner and reception was held at the church after the morning service. The Hansons have a family of four children. TOW ^•^;>'V' .w/ ^ <j . i _ j ._ I^<I^JI»L •. .x^ for better yields higher quality more profitable corn n AMMO-PHOS. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. So. Phillips St. Algona, la. SPRING SAVINGS SPECTACULAR! 1953 Studebaker Pickup- $95 CARS HOSPITAL NEWS PSiiniiiiiiHiiiiti 1963 CHEVROLET 2-ton, 6-cyl. 2-speed axle, good 825x20 10-ply tires, equipped with 13 1/2 ft. grain box and hydraulic hoist. A complete unit ready to go to work. 12-ton license for full year. 1964 CMC 2-ton Truck, 84" cab to axle, H-speed axle, V6 engine, hi-tread 825x20 10-ply tires. Very clean, red color. 1965 IMPALA 4-door Sedan, 283 cu. in. V8, Powerglide, E-Z-I Glass, Radio, Beige color §1825 1965 BISCAYNE 4-door, 6-cyl. Engine, Straight Stick, Blue .. .$975 1965 FORD 4-door, 6-cyl. Engine, Automatic Trans., Radio, Tinted Glass. 1964 IMPALA 4-door, V8 Engine, Powerglide, Power Steering, Radio, E-Z-I Glass, Maroon $1475 1964 BISCAYNE 2-door Sedan, 6-cyl. Engine, Straight Shift, Radio $1050 1964 IMPALA 4-door Sedan, 6-cyl., Straight Stick, Radio, Tinted Glass $1195 1963 CHEVY II Nova Station Wagon, 6-cyl. Engine, Automatic Trans., Radio $775 1963 IMPALA 4-door Hardtop, V8, Powerglide, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio, Air Conditioner, White $1295 1961 BEL AIR Station Wagon, V8, Powerglide, Air Conditioner, Radio, Green .$675 1960 RAMBLER 4-door Hardtop, 6-cyl., Automatic Trans $395 1954 CHEVROLET 4-door $75 The Choral Readers of Northwestern College, Orange City, appeared at Ramsey Reformed church April 16. They presented a program of reading, drama and music. Arlys Pannkuk, Titonka, is a freshman at Northwestern, and a member of this group, Titonka Woman's Club met April 13 at the home of Mrs. Edward Brandt. Mrs. Wm. Schram presented a book review on "A Gift of Prophecy" by Jean Dixon. Edith Budlong presented Federation news, and group singing was led by Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger. Titonka V.F.W. Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Dale Higgins. Mrs. Dick Gerdis was co-hostess, and she, too, was the receiver of the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Callies are home after an extended trip to Anchorage, Alaska, where they visited their daughter and family, the Dean Leists. On their return trip, they drove through Oregon, The Redwood Highway in California, Reno, Salt Lake City, Cheyenne and Lincoln, Nebr. About two weeks work is left to finish the swimming pool and ready it for opening about June 1. An all-day pot-luck work meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held April 21 at the home of Mrs. Recca Hipp. This is the last work meeting of the year. Edith and Hazel Budlong are again at home following a visit in Arizona for several winter months. Mrs. Mary Schroeder spent last week with her son, Mark, at Ames. Sexton Girl's Grades Prove Cheering Word SEXTON - Leo Thomsen made a good recovery and is once more walking to the store after stepping on a board complete with a nail a couple of weeks ago. He should have been cheered up by the good news his daughter, Judy, brought home from Morningside College at Sioux City. She made the Dean's list with a 3.64 grade average and is to be inducted into a college honor society. You think the dirt blew in at your house this week, then just sympathize with Mrs. Don PeCoy. In the middle of that dirt storm her living room window went out I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stratton stopped in to call on his father John Stratton on their way back from Alexandria, Minn., where they had taken a load of machinery to their new farm. They also plan to operate the farm at Thornton this year with the help of three sons. Does anyone see Elmer Phillips around lately? Or is he just setting out in that new trailer house, enjoying it until the fishing season really gets started ? The Sexton Friendly Club will have their Secret Sisters meeting next Monday night at the home of Mrs. Don Mains. Members are to bring a gift for the revealing of their Secret Sister. Sexton folks are so used to hospital visits lately that they don't waste much time there. Mrs. Nell Opheim was home in just a couple of days after having surgery at the Britt hospital. Her daughter, Mrs. Bob Schumacher of Remsen, spent some time here with her mother. Before going back on his work on road construction Art Hix took time for a weekend fishing trip to South Dakota and along with Charlie Fletchall and Ralph Wltham made good use of the Wltham's new camper. The only tiling wrong with the whole weekend was the weather and the non- biting fish. Jack Wederquist was unable to accompany the campers as he was still recovering from a week long bout with the flu. APRIL 11 - Admitted: Sister Mary Michael, Whittemore, medical; Paul Elbert, LuVerne, medical; dismissed: Nancy Morrall, Harry Barton, Rose Marie Miller, Algona; Kevin McGuire, Bancroft. APRIL 12 - Admitted: Vernie Bunkofske, Algona, medical; Mrs. Edna Kollasch, Ledyard, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Irene Thilges, Sister Mary Michael, Whittemore; George Yeoman, Algona. APRIL 13 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. James Frisbie, Algona. girl 8 pounds, loz.; dismissed: Randy Crail, Lucille Dorweiler, Algona; Helen Gatton, Paul Elbert, Lu- Verne. APRIL 14 - Admitted: Charles Thilges, Harry Barton, Algona, medical; George Powers, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Randy Leininger and baby, Verne Bunkofske, Algona; Keith Eischen, Livermore. APRIL 15 - Admitted: Maude Blanchard, Lone Rock, medical; dismissed: Ernest Widen, Corwith. APRIL 16 - Julie Ann Kenne, LuVerne, medical; dismissed: Jane Frisbie, Algona; Edna Kollasch, Ledyard. APRIL 17 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Buscher, Algona, girl, 6 pounds, 13 oz.; admitted: Earnest Johnson, Jerry Bradley, Algona, medical; dis- missed: Julie Ann Kenne, Lu- Verne; Joseph Murray, Bancroft; Mrs. Don McGuire, Charles Thilges, Algona. Elect Officers The County School Food Service Association met April 12 at the Fenton school. This was election of officers. Louise Stockwell of Titonka was elected president, EmmaBierstedtof Lakota, secretary, and Margaret Ewoldt of Whittemore, treasurer. The new officers will be installed May 10 at the meeting at Hurt. Democratic Women The Democratic Women of Kossuth County will meet at 7:30 p. m., April 25, at the Moose Hall in Algona. Mrs. Alma Pearson will be the hostess. The program will feature Mrs. Eleanor Coffey of Emtnetsburg, sixth district committeewoinm, and Joe Straub of Algona, county Democratic chairman. They will speak on Democratic party organization. Soroptomist Dinner The Soroptomist Club of Algona met Tuesday evening, April 11, at the Algona Country Club for dinner and A social evening. Delia and Edith Welter were the hostesses. The program meeting for the Soroptomist Club will be held April 29 at noon at the Algona Hotel. Featured speaker will be Siittra Solpet, Algona's foreign exchange student from Thailand. | KIRBY | I Vacuum Cleaners | § SALES & SERVICE | | 714 E. South | •:•: Algona >:•: $ Phone 295-7198 $ | s |! 3; 0:3.U,J 1967 DEMONSTRATOR SALE! IMPALA 4-door Sedan, 283 Engine, Powerglide, Power Steering, Radio, E-Z-I Windshield, Door Edge Guards, Wheel Covers, Whitewalls, Red with Black trim. REG. LIST PRICE-$3327 SAVE NOW-$2795 IMPALA 4-door 6-passenger Station Wagon, 327 V8 Engine, Powerglide, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio with Rear Seat Speaker, Wheel Covers, E-Z-I Glass, Front Running Lights, Luggage Carrier, Carpet in Load Area, many more Extras, Red with Black trim. REG. LIST PRICE - $3926.45 SAVE NOW-$3375 CAPRICE 4-door Sport Sedan, 327 V8 Engine, Powerglide, Power Steering, Radio, E-Z-I Windshield, White Sidewalls, with many more Plus Features, Plum with Plum interior. REG. LIST PRICE-$3747.10 SAVE NOW-$3225 UTH MQTORS 111:295-3551 -AlCOHA. IOWA REAL ESTATE & FURNITURE AUCTION Having decided to move to rest home will sell my home and furniture at public auction, located T/J miles north of Algona on Hiway 169, on SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1967 1 O'CLOCK HOUSE This is a real nice all modern, 6 room, 1 Vi story home, no basement. Has nice kitchen with built-in cabinets and utility room, 4 bedrooms, combination dining and living room and full bathroom. Has aluminum siding, gas furnace and insulated. Also hat large double garage, lots of beautiful shrubbery, apple trees and cherry trees and good well and pressure system. The taxes on this home are very reasonable and being in the country should make this a wonderful home to own. TERMS ON HOUSE - 10% down day of sale and balance whon merchantable title it delivered. Possession immediately. Housa will be shown by appointment. FURNITURE Sells immediately after house. Roper upright gas stovo with double oven and rotisserie, 2 yri. old; Speed Queen Conventional washing machine, less than 1 yr. old; Kitchen table and 5 chairs; Frigidaire upright 12 ft. freezer, 5 yrs. old; Westinghouie refrigerator; Duncan Phyfe 2 pedestal table, and 4 needle point chairs; Beige davenport; Occasional arm chair; host chair and end tables; Magazine rack; Treadle sewing machine, converted to electric; Oak Veneer bed; Oak Veneer table & 9 chairs; Floor lamps; Table lamp; Electric toaster; Electric mixer; Garden and lawn tools; 21 inch fan; 9 inch fan; % roll away bed; Kitchen utensils; 1 wood chair over 100 yrs. old; 1 rocker, old; plus many more items. This is nice clean furniture. CAR 1952 Dodge Coronet, 4 door automobile. Terms on furniture and car cash and no property to be moved until uttled for. ETHEL GARDNER, Owner Spencer Bros. & Ronald Peck, Auctioneer* Red Mad ten, Clerk lllflf^^flftflilgMl>wwwwl>lgwl>lM>%nnMfl>wlp<gwwifwWWf<Rft><^^ ESTATE REAL ESTATE HEIRS SAY: "LIQUIDATE ii 1314 EAST OAK One Story-carpeted living room, 2 carpeted bedrooms — kitchen — bath. New LOW, LOW PRICE $5900 15 EAST ELM Excellent sized family home — living room — dining room — kitchen — 1 bedroom — \'z bath down; 2 or 3 bedrooms and bath up. Good basement — gas heat $6900 (111) NORTH THORINOTON Up and Down Duplex — $102.50 per month rental income, live in part — let rust pay for it. Gas furnace, gas water heater. Only • S500 ° 7(12 SOUTH THOniNOTON 2 Story, 4 bedrooms up, bath, living room, dining room and kitchen on first floor. Basement — gas heat — garage — on large lot — New price $nooo THESE ARE BOUND TO BE SOLD ... YOU MAY AS WELL BE THE LUCKY BUYER HIS EAST LUCAS All-rented Duplex with S75 month gross. Side by side units close to Catholic church and uptown. Make us an offer. PRICE " " • • • • JOEL M. HERBST TED S. HERBST "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" HERBST REAL ESTATE OFFICE OVER PENNEY'S TELEPHONE 295-3733

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