The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 19, 1967 · Page 6
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6-Algona (la.) Uppftr D«s Moiri«s Tuesday, Dec. 19, 1967 Senior Citizen 'Coordinator' Hired By O.E.O, H. T. MARTINI The Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., board of directors met in the Palo Alto Neighborhood Community Center Dec. 11. It was a regular bi-monthly meeting. James Claycomb of Storm Lake, president of the board, presided. Mr. Claycomb is a sociology professor at Buena Vista College. The board was given a financial report on all programs by Mrs. Margaret Thomas, bookkeeper. Each county chairman reported on the O.E.O. activity in their particular county. The board announced the hiring of H. T. Martini of Spirit Lake as Senior Citizen Coordinator. Mr. Martini has been working in this position since Oct. 1. He is responsible for working with local organizations that are interested in developing programs for the elderly. Mr. Martini worked for the Veterans Administration for 18 years. He moved to Spirit Lake two years ago from Des Moines. His wife teaches French at Lake Park public school. He has a daughter who is a senior at Spirit Lake High School. Mr. Martini's salary is $6GG per month. His salary is paid by the Iowa Commission on the Aging in a grant to the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. This is from the Older American Act of 19G5. IRRESISTIBLES Top Quality Top Quality Top Quality Top Quality" FROM KEN'S 1967 FORD Galaxie 500 2-door Hardtop, only 10,000 milet, V-8, power storing, auto, trans., Air Conditioning. A one-owner car traded on a beautiful new Plymouth. New car driving at a used car price. 1967 PLYMOUTH 4-door Hardtop, V-8, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, Air Conditioning. Low mileage, one-owner local car that will make your wife the proudest gal in town when she drives it. There is only one reason why you'll find this beautiful list of fine late model used cars on our lot — BECAUSE THE SWING IN KOSSUTH COUNTY IS TO PLYMOUTH. More and more of your neighbors are trading for the fine new 1968 Plymouth and thafs why we can offer you tho best deals on used cars — quality cars, tool ^B Hi HI Hi Ml HI HB MB Hi HI HI Hi Hi Hi Hi ^M ^BB a^H ^H ••• ^H ^a» tv 1966 PLYMOUTH Fury III, 9 passenger station wagon, 20,000 miles, factory warranty, V-8 automatic, power steering and brakes. 1966 FORD Galaxie 500 2-door Hardtop, V-8, straight transmission, radio, showroom condition. 1966 CHEVROLET 4-door, V-8, straight trans., radio. Another local trade-in on a new Plymouth. This one is love at first sight. 1965 PLYMOUTH Fury II 4-door Sedan, V-8, automatic trans. A new Plymouth trade-in by a local owner who treated it like one of the family. 1965 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door Sedan, V-8, Power Glide, radio. Very clean and A-l in every way. 1964 CHEVROLET Impala 4-door sedan, V-8, automatic trans., power steering and brakes. A one-owner local car with turquoise and white finish — turquoise matching interior. Only the best of care. 1964 PLYMOUTH Fury 4-door Sedan, V-8, automatic trans., power steering. Very, very clean — years of service left. 1962 CADILLAC 4-door sedan, V-8, auto, trans., power steering, brakes, windows, seats and Air Conditioning. Locally owned since its purchase and traded on a beautiful new Plymouth. If you are looking for a Caddie, see this one first. 1962 MERCURY Meteor, 6 cylinder, standard transmission, low mileage, very clean. 1961 FORD 2-door Hardtop, V-8, Fordomatic. You'll have to see this one to believe how sharp it is. One-owner, locally owned. 1961 CHEVROLET 4-door, 6-cylinder, straight stick, red color. 1961 CORVAIR 4-door, 6-cylinder, auto, trans., radio. Book price $390. Our price, as it $185 1959 CHEVROLET 4-door Sedan, 6-cylinder, auto, trans, radio . $250 1959 RAMBLER 4-door, 6-cylinder, straight stick, new tires, runs good _. . _ - - $225 1958 CHEVROLET 4-door, V-8, Power Glide, radio, a little dandy $95 1958 CHEVROLET 2 door hardtop, V-8, 3 speed, transmission $195 1959 CHEVROLET V* Ton Pickup, 6 cylinder, 3 speed, like new condition. 1955 FORD %-ton Pickup, V-8, radio, 4-speed, new tires, very good from bumper to bumper. 1953 GMC '/a-ton Pickup, 6-cylinder, auto, trans. 1952 FORD '/4-ton Pickup, V-8, 4-speed, good mechanically. 1946 FORDSMOBILE, V-8, Oldsmobile engine, auto, trans., in a 1946 Ford Pickup. See this one. Don't laugh $ 85 KEN'S AUTO SERVICE PLYMOUTH-VALIANT SALES AND SERVICE "AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REBUILDERS" Miss Pfeffer Of Wesley To Wed Dec. 30 Thorlngton and North streets, resulting in an estimated $300 damage to the vehicles. City police investigated the mishaps. IT'S 1023 NO. MAIN ALGONA firiSlmas CELI PFEFFER The engagement and approaching marriage of Cell Pfeffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pfeffer, Wesley, and Ronald Weiland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weiland, Wesley, lias been announced. The bride-to-be is employed at the office of Eastlawn Memorial Gardens here, while the bridegroom is employed by Massey-Ferguson; Mason City. A Dec. 30 wedding at St. Joseph's church at Mason City- is planned. Jim Everds Is Named Head, Asphalt Pavers James Everds of Algona Thursday was elected president of the Iowa Asphalt Paving Association, succeeding Rex Finleyof Harlan. The meeting,was in Des Moines. Other officers elected at the group's convention at Hotel Savery were Harold Cessford, Toledo, vice-president; Merril Norris, Ottumwa, secretary; and L. L. Felling, Iowa City, treasurer. Elected to three-year terms on the board of directors were Felling and Roy Bohlin, Estherville. Three Minor Accidents Are Investigated Three minor mishaps were investigated in Algona during the weekend. One man, William J. Hrubes, 54, Wesley, sustained a bump on the elbow, but it required no treatment. He was hurt when Ids auto and one driven by John P. Schneider, 19, Bode, collided on East Call street at 9:55 p. m. Saturday. The Schneider auto skidded on ice and collided with the Hrubes machine. Damage to each vehicle was estimated at $250. A car driven by Gloria J. Penning, Algona, which had been parked along the west side of Algona Bowling Lanes, was struck by an unknown vehicle about 11:35 p. m. Friday. An estimated $55 damage resulted to the right front door of the Penning machine. Monday about 9:30 a. m.,autos driven by John Sires, Algona, and Marlys A. Curtis, Burt, collided at the intersection of Auction dates that have been listed with the Upper Des Moines for the near future follow: DEC. 21, THURSDAY - Farm Sale, 12:30 p. m. of Roger Arn- dorfei, at farm located 5 miles west and 3 miles north of Wesley, or 8 miles east and 3 north of Algona. Large line of machinery, all types, miscellaneous equipment, etc. Auctioneers: Dutch Leek and Charley Quinn; Clerk, Exchange State Bank, Wesley. Sale details in Dec. 19 issue of UDM. FRIDAY, DEC. 22-EmilBier- stedt auction sale at farm 3-1/2 miles north of Fenton on Hy. 44, starting at 12:45 p.m. Offered are 12 head of cattle, power and general farm machinery, feed, miscellaneous, etc. Benson & Quinn are auctioneers, and First Trust & Savings Bank is clerk. Sale details in Dec. 19 issue. BUY Nowa USE OUR Licenses To 34 New Cars Registration of 34 new motor vehicles took place in Kossuth county in the past week, as folio v/s: Oldsrnobile- Mrs. IdaDreyer, Fenton; Mrs. Myrtle Hawcott, Al. una. Chevrolet - William Foertsch, Wesley; Duane Habeger, Hurt; Shirley Marlo'.v, Lone Rock; Eu- «eno Scluvle, Boric; Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., Algona; Maynard Hurllmrt, S\vea City; JamesGee- lan, Alyona; Dennis Tipple, Fenton; Ken Ro'.vlet, Swea City; John Wolhrmsen, Titonka; Swea City C 1 Co., Swea City; Rowley Builders & Supply, Algona. .Plymouth - Jack Gallas, Al- gona; Wilma Baskervllle, Lu- Verne. Ford - Fenton Lumber Co., Fenton; ErvinVotteler, Bancroft; Raymond Kramer, Algona; Verdene Mae Anderson, Lakota; Harvey Larsen, Armstrong; Richard Hauswirth, Cor with. Pontiac - Irvin Brandt, Ledyard; William Kennedy, Bancroft. Chrysler - William Thompson, Swea City. Lincoln - Georga Voigt, Fenton. Cadillac - Mrs. Lula Quinn, Bancroft. Buick - Hugh R. Lewis, Lakota; Robert Beemer, Lakota. Mercury- Fred Kent, Jr., Algona; Hollis B. Benschoter, Algona; Arthur Welp, Bancroft. Shasta Trailer ^Charles Behr, Algona. International - Harold Becker, Algona. 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