Nrm Expands Howard MiOer a«d Don Deal, .1*^/4 0n«. £•*_»» *-y . , . ' to Clarion, wfth Definis Olsdn as sub-dealer, def of Wesley &s supervisor in the and have purchased the Lindsay * a 1 tei ' ar ea. and expects to add dealership at Pocahonteis. The lo- ? a ?esnien to its staff ' cal fi«tt inow.serveg? PoCahofttas, Palo Alto, Emmet, kesstitH, Hum HrdlAlt- ntlj "ttt*.l~\-L _^.. .— »*„* t Aft r -;; "•"**• """"wit rvossuiin, num-< bcMt ahd Wright counties' haW of Hancock county, with G. M; Situ- About the time you catch up with the Jones',;they refinance. Guild Meefs St. Thomas Episcopal Guild met Thursday with .MfS. Ed Gilmore, and Mrs, C. D. Morck as hostesses and Mrs Johti Eraser in charge of the program. CAR MINDED? INSIST UPON THIS SEAL IT baESNT MAfTER WHICH YOU ARE IF YOU DRIVE A FORD WE HAVE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU Ton Con G.I NEW POWSa, NEW PERFORMANCE ATONE-HALF THE COST WITH FORD RECONDITIONED PARTS • BRAKE SHOES • BRAKE BOOSTERS • CLUTCHES O FUEL PUMPS 9 WATER PUMPS • OIL PUMPS • CARBURETORS • DISTRIBUTORS •VOLTAGE REGULATORS • STARTERS • GENERATOR • ARMATURES €> AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSlbN • ENGINES. AIGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 196T . . LUXURY W OWNER? WARRANTY-WE CAN YOUR WORN OUT UNITS AT LOW MONTHLY V PAYMENTS IET US TELL YOU MORE mm mm • , m - " ' **•* 1Ufcl - »vv/vnjKt Kent Motor Co in A ^ «*_. _ . • ^^^^^ ^^^^^ 320 E. Slate Algona, Iowa CY 4-3504 TIRE CLEARANCE SAIE B* • A ^f* ' \- ' ' '"'"%' ^^^^^ First Come... First Served r Mn Paoo^««ui^ /^«_ ...... _ USED TIRES: Major Brand "TAKE-OFFS" •• ^^^ '* •••••• * Taken off new cars * Used only a few miles * Priced at a fraction of „.. . . . their original list prices • _ mm l ' . w Ivlriar »v»«iyv** u«. A _J_ «i 11 • * TERRIFIC DISCOUNTS off new tire prices '* All safety-inspected * Too good to recap * Some singles, some pairs TIJBELESSWHITEWALLS** l / SN^iE44 44 I I ^ * Every one original equipment quality A * Matched sets available ' . *A11 popular sizes' *HURRYI Discontinued Firestone Tires ™'^ -lfc- ™ * Brand new tires w}th ' recently discontinued tread designs . * Wide selection of sizes HUGE SAVINGS Firestone NEW TREADS Applltd on tound lire bodle* or on your own tlrea GUARANTEED NATIONWIDE SIZE 7.50-14 Plui tax and 4tlre»o« your oar REGARDLESS of CONDITION ^ S ° ld ° Ut they cannot be ^Placed- We have your 8ize a "d type, but I I I choice r v or * Dependable mileage at the owest cost " l /4-ton to ... toge OTHER OUTSTANDING VALUES CHAMPIONS fvery new Firettem tin It GUARANTIED »Plu« tax «nd tlr« off your car REGARDLESS Cf CONOITIQN 15-Month Road-Hazard Guarantee Fire»ton*'» superior quslit 6.70-15 Black Tube-Typo Nick Thomsons, lakofa, Fefed On Anniversary Production Credit Elects I •—.M "fin jo, >at the citv hall in honor of their silver wedding an I nivursarv. Hv,<,to f ol . (he - • . Mr anc rrmi^T/ • ii ; ui ' lst '" °f Buffalo Center Mr and Mrs Robert Shcl- oa'il of Ames, Mrs Rex Larson of North Carolina. Charlene Thomsen of Fort Dodge, Joyce and Richard at home. Joyce Thomsen was in charge 1° Sifts and.guest book, Mrs Morns and Charlene Thom„ i £r r 1 Mrs Ra -V Anderson fh, n I™ J 5 e Loona '-d served the three-tiered cake, Mrs- Rex Larson had charge of the program and also read the first 25 yeare of wedded life. Mrs Robert Shr,idahl gave a reading followed by a song by John Cook, accompanied by Carmen Cook A readmg was given by Joyce Thomsen and a reading by Joyce L e on ard . The program closed with a song by Mrs John Cook Receive I Ratings There were 15 schools partici- >a t ing m the vocal and small nstriimenlal groups contest at no J_,akola school Friday and Saturday. Those from Lakota who took >art and got I ratings are as folows: Patsy Tjaden, Cheryl -- - ..*-., ijautrn, uneryi Anderson, Marilyn Rippentrop, lare Barrett, saxaphone quartet Cheryl Anderson, Dean Christ Janice Thompson, Patsy Tjaden, --juble quartet, Charold Albert Becker, Dean -.-._., K.ent Gerzema, Larry Becker Clare Barrett, Marvin Heidecker, Paul Geilenfeldt, accompanied by Caroline Groff, Dean Christ, Carmen Cook and girls trio, Carmen Cook, Roberta Addy and Linda Koppen. \ Mr and Mrs Fred Korte Jr. and family of Osage were Sun- ss, sea s iow?"' D °" H.«». Kuthvon, low,; Robert n- day dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Krom- mga. . The Mary Circle of the Preste "an. church met at .the home ^Mrs.^W. "Ea.iLey; 1 Thursday evfefurig/. Devotions were lead-Tji Mrs Ley. Mrs Harlan Kruse rave Bible study an.d Mrs V. A Barrett •' gave a book review Lunch was served. Mr and Mrs John Dixon of -.one Rock were Thursday eve- ing visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Krominga Ledyard Township Homemakers met'Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ervin Schwarz. There were 10 members and two guests present. Mrs Waynard Rippentrop showed a movie of 'lard showed the members batter bread she had made which was served later, Mr and Mrs Raymond Krom- nga were Friday evening visions at the Wayne Nymans at B&ncroft. Mr and Mrs Willis Pingel and Gloria were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr-and Mrs Roger Meyer. Mrs Raymond Hertzke, Mrs Darwin Meyer, Mrs Charles Hertzke, Mrs John Griese, Viola and Vera Huettner met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs V. • *. —r- ""•w»**_»^ « I11WV1C UA their travels. Mrs Heruy Steen- C. Vodraska to make plans for the annual flower 'show to be held in the parish hall of St. Paul's church Aug. 9 Monday evening visitors at the Louis Price home. were Mrs Dorothy Nimz, Roger, Ronald and Russell of Blue .Earth, Minn. Pvt. Woodrow Elsworth, who has spent a 10-day leave from the Army, returned • to Fort Sill Okla. Thursday. Mrs Lloyd McKean and family of Esthervillc were Monday dinner guests at the parental Henry Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Lamont Jensen m family of Bancroft were Friday evening visitors at the lome of Mr and Mrs Andrew Kossuth Farmers Share Services Of Hired Man Two Kossuth county farmers are "sharing" a hired m'. f 4 S ° dom Sf "jey have solved a common problem for mers; too much farm work to do it all alone, but not enough money to afford full-time hired help. The two are Herbert Kayser and Herman Illg, who farm wlwn^n?^ 1 '7 h % hired man ' Dwa y" e N 6130 "' has been ^»n,T«m« V? ™ r m0r6 1Han * Year ' Bnd h » UkeS lhe =£ ?J? ent too. more interesting", he says, in an article ^about the arrangement carried in a recent Farm Journal «inn* W » S u r £H"i 9 pay Nelson $20 ° a month. Kayser paya^ ' Si - «1 h u fl / St ° f -' the , m °n*hVand Illg on.ihe, 15th. A*hoSS:> : on a nearby farm is also furnished Nelson', at $10 a rnohth. plus some meat artd a telephone. «»»»««. Sund^v sn"*^ 0 ^ V 6 ^ ay week ' and chores 6ver Y o«ier f^on* 5 *, M i a , h K *Y* el 8nd »? can get away one Sunday a month. Nelson also gels a week ? s paid vacation a year. Jensen. Mr and Mrs George Scholl Rockwell were weekend visito at the home of their daught and family, Mr an d Mrs Da Patterson. Gertrude and Anna Buffalo Center were afternoon visitors at of Mrs Bertha Mabus. Mrs Pearl Smith spent from Brims Saturda the horn i —-..4.1,11 ai/^,n i, n uil _' Sunday to Wednesday in Dt ONE LP-GAS TRACTORS in the LP-GAS On-The-Farm Giveaway OTHER PRIZES Poe Bradley Equipment Yowr FIRE STON^ Wholesal e and Retail O^ler, OR VIKINO ©II C0, f Algona UPPE'S p, X , Burt CHROME SfRVICE,Algon« KRAUSE W, Fenton MURRAY Oil. CO,, Bancroft 3 Gofcher LP-Gas 2-Row Flame Cultivators. 10 LP-Gas Tractor Conversion Units. Carburetion by Algas and Century. Tanks by Manchester, 5 Manchester Handiman LP-Gas Weed Burners. 10 Johnson LP-Gas Stock Tank Heaters. 10 A.R. Wood LP-Gas Radiant Chick Brooders. 10 Johnson LP-Gas Pig Blankets. 10 Manchester LP-Gas Hand Burner Kits. 100 Ronson LP-Gas Varaflame Lighters. COME IN! ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY AND GET YOUR FREE BOOK... "LP-GAS ON THE FARM 11 ******************** ******* NOTHING TO WRITE-NOTHING TO BUY Just fill out an Entry Blank GET YOUR FREE ENTRY BLANK AT THERMOGAS Co. of ALGONA SO. PMllinS St.. Aloona So. Phillips St., Phon« CV. 4-2841 (18-19) Moines at a Postmasters Convention there, then she went to Iowa City to visit her sons, Allen and Dink and family. Arlo Dorenbush of Boone spent the weekend at the parental John Dorenbush home. Mr and Mrs Albert Goetz and family and Mr and Mrs Mike Christ Sr. were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Boettcher. Mr and Mrs Ted Aukes of Buf- 'alo Center visited at the Wm. Meyer home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Charles Helgeson of Bricelyn, Minn, visited Sunday at the Robert Steele and Alia Johnson home. Tht ladies of l,he Presbyterian hurch were invited to Algona o the Guest Day at the Pres- byteritan church there. About 3 ladies attended the pot luck unchcon Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs AJvin Wirtjes of imore were visitors at the home f Mr and Mrs Herman Wirt- es Sunday. Larry Gerzema of Helena, Montana spent the weekend at ic parental Carl Gerzoma home. Twelve ladies of the Prosbyti-r- n church attended Guest Day the Congregational church in uffalo Center Friday. Mr and Mrs Verlyn Lomaster Buffalo Center were Sunday ening visitors at the home of • and Mrs Herman Wirtjes. Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell spent the weekend in Grand Junction visiting the Elwyn Flowers. Mr and Mrs Virgil Wells of Blue Earth were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Signe Nelson. Thursday evening, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray attended a dinner at the Algona Country Club. The Tn County Dental Society entertained their wives. Auxiliary Mef Good Samaritan Home Auxiliary met at the home of Frances Holtzbauer April 25 with ten members present. This is a new organization whose purpose is to give of time and tuleivts that will be of interest /to those who are •esidents of the home and also :hose who are shut-ins in their own homes. New members are needed to heilp in this work and anyone interested is asked to contact Annie Presthus, president. Golfers Second Alan Holt shot a 47, Clay Mowers 48. Craig Lewellyn 49 and Sucky Buchanan and Bill Bartett 51 each as Aigona high school's golf team wound up second in a 'triangular golf meet at ihmietsburg April 24 with a 195 earn total. The home team won he meet with a 154 total an4 " ' was third with J98.
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