Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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V .*V .v. / 2-ALOONA tlowa) ADVANCE go.>n Sept. 20. the 1 ' lesson on THURSDAY, SBPT, W ( 1W4 Little Leaguers at Wesley see a twins game Wrtfoy —,There were » lit- tie Leagufe baseball ptayet* taken lo Minneapolis Sunday for the Twins and Detroit game. The boys' expenses were taken care of by citizens' donations. Chas. Vestrum, Steve Doughan and Rolliri Heard have coached the Uttle Leaguers. The players were taken to the game by the John Bauers, A Loebigs, David Kleins, Steve Dou ghans and Everett Ackersons. They had sack lunches on the trip. The Kleins treated the drivers and their wives to a steak dinner at their-home after the trip. AT DISTRICT MltT The .Bill Goete*. Merle fa* mussens, L. Leases, Alvin Becker and Father Gerald Zdmtn t^ tended the 8th district Legfon and AuxiHary fall conference at Boone Sept 25. GoeU is 8th district commander, Becker is 8th district adjutant ind Father Keiman is chaplain. Rasmussen is commander of the Ideal Legion post. Mrs. Goetz had been choS- ch as assistant chairman of the laii- styling was given by Mrs. Margaret Pratt. Many Wesle$tf» attended tftt chtekfift dinner Sunday at St. MitJiael's Calholit church in Whltterrtftre. Weekend guests* at A. N. Richtsnteier's were Mrs. Prank Lavicky and Francis, Seward, Neb.y and Mrs. Frank tmoff, Dwight,'Neb. Tney were enroute to Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Lavicky Was to have a post-surgery cHeckMib. The Jferfnan Studers hive a new gr&ftdSbh, born Sept. 20 James Leonard, to the Leonard HOMEMAKERJ MEET ' Wesley Homemakers met with Mrs. Stanley Simpson Sept. 20 with 16 present. There were two gue^s. Jeane Boleiieus .was assistant hostess. Opal Nygajard gave the lesson. Chairman -Edna Wubben also had. part of the program in which members par ticipated. Fern Paulson hat recreation. ••MMl Dick and Bob Bleich, at jun ior college at Estherville, speni the weekend at the parents Frank Bleich's. They, were ac companied by a classmate, Kev in Lennon, Sioux City. Donna Bleich, Who teaches in Moline 111., also Spent the Weekend at home. The David Hilberts and Duffys, Algona,, were Sunday callers at the parental Norbert Hilbert's. •, •- .••»'••..•:•. .. •;• •' • :', ' • • •-'•• ••- •"...• : -.: I AH eyes are? on - - - ' , **•': The Legion meet' Oct. 5. Auxiliary will * A. boy was born Sept. 7 to the Richard ThuJI vand, has been named Th«rtwas John. Mrs. .Thill is the former Sheryl "Haw, daughter of Mrs. Maurine Harr. Mr. Thul was home on a weeks furlough. He has beetf transferred from Ft. Monmouth, N, J. to Ft. Bliss, Texas. This is their Studers of Iowa Falls. They now have 4 sorts and 3 daughters. Mrs. Leonard Studer is the former Mary Kay Smith, daughter of the? Richard Smiths. ' Mary 6eth Nelson, who'at- tends Briarcliff at Sioux City pent the Weekend at the parental Charles Nelson's. The "Red" Johnsons, of Wis cousin, visited her brother, the lichard Hammonds last week ftey all went to Glenwood tfinn. to visit a sister Florence lammond. Advance "sub" contest ends this Friday With the dose of the Algona Kossuth County Advance subscription campaign scheduled for 5:00 p.m., Friday, Sept. 30, candidates are; making a final concerted effort to obtain subscriptions. In order to be counted in the campaign, all subscriptions must be turned in to the campaign'de- partment not later than 5 p.m. Friday. , A board of local* judges will audit the subscription records of the candidates and will announce the winners. First prize in the campaign is $800 cash. Other cash awards are $500; $300, $150, $100 and $50. Candidates not receiving prize money will receive 20 per cent commission on all sales. If the commission exceeds the prize the candidate receives the greater amount. As is customary, no standings f the candidates are published, during the final days of the campaign. In this way each contest- nt has an equal opportunity to secure subscriptions and votes during the final days of the campaign. This is a very close race' be- ween several of the candidates MERCURY • '' '' ' over 20 models of Come »ee the BIGGEST NEW CAR SHOWING IN ALGONA HISTORY . Mercurf cars and Ford cars and trucks ON DISPLAY in our showrooms this Friday converted our entire garage and showroom to display spac* for this big showing. See almost we vo •very model Ford and Mercury ON DISPLAY AT TA^LOR FRIDAYI first child. A number of Wesleyans attended thfe first of the concert series at Forest City Sept. 27. The L. T. Roots spent the weekend in Council Bluffs with their son Tom and family, The Harold Hemrrangsens spent the weekend "visiting in Nevada, Sac City and Storm Lake. M.Y.F. met Sunday in the Methodist church. The official church board will meet in church Friday evening. the plane Robinson, attendinf Luther college in Decorah, speni tjie weekend alt the parentar Chas, Viainim's. , The Methodist parsonage has been rented to die Gary Lud wigs, who will move soon from the farm southwest of Wesley Two babies were baptized Sun day in the Methodist church by Rev. Frank Considine. They were the OrvUle Weitand's Jon Darrell and Duane Price's Melody Ann. There were no classes Monday in the G»rSrith-W<*tey school. The teachers attended the teacher's meeting in Britt. The David Seabergs, BurMng. ton, have a daughter, Kristin tJaye, born Sept- U. They have one other child Siri Ann, 3, The Geo. Seabergs are ttie paternal grandparents. The Britt hospital Auxiliary will hold a bake sale and sell lunches Saturday, Oct. I in the electric Ught an4 power office in Britt beginning at 10 a.m. Tne Arviii Ltrsoiii visited the Norman Swtnsons, north of Aus- Minn. Sunday and your subscription may mean ;; the , difference of several huh- • • dred dollars to any particular !! candidate. ; Prizes and commissions will '• be paid upon condition that can- ' didates return to this office all ; materials furnished by the Ad- ! varice. .'•'. ' ' ; Subscribers should note this • will also be their last chance to : Irave their name included in the ; drawing for a free 21" Color '• '• Curtis-Mathes TV console set. ;; ^ Drawing''will be made Saturday ;; morning. '•'• (It should also be mentioned ; at this time that the date on the paper of the Advance subscribers has no bearing on the lue date. The Advance changed Its circulation department to a card file after the contest two years ago and no longer changes the stencil, but rather the office card,) (Thus, until a stencil wears out, dates will still appear on your paper but the actual due date of the paper is kept in a card file in the Advance office,) tended Die harve* festival at Upper F!il Mrs: O. M Johnson, Rockford , widow of § fornwr Wesley w*s a _guest at Lester other' friends. She had at the 7§ttl anniversary of Th> |ohn Muehes went ts Min neapolis Sflnday f oy the Tj^ef gam*. Thjy stopped brief JyV Ami Les'to visit the Al . Many wrahers of «|ie Evan- gelioal fVi^e church tttended the annual hfj-yett festival at the church Sunday. for A.S.C. office w Al FRIDAY - Sept. 30 • - • • . • '• . y ...'*,,•'• -. • . - , •'- • . ) • Showing All Day 9 a.m. to 9 p. You'll b* way^eaVfrfY'67 WfS a%l^«'lPshow |oii why during the premiere shiWing of the new Fords Friday of this week . . . you'll see the newest Ford engineering magic ideas . . .with a major body styling change for the third consecutive year. See new comfort, new convenience and new safety features including TILT-AWAY STEERING WHEEL . . . DUAL BRAKE SYSTEM . . .POWER FRONT DISC BRAKES . SELECTSHIFT CRUiSE-A-MATIC DRIVE, plus many more. The 1967 Ford is three inches longer than its predecessor, giving it a lower, longer silhouette. Choose from FORD—FAIRLANE—FALCON—MUSTANG — THUNDERBIRD at Taylor Motor Co. in Algona. ' Si Joe Mrs, fylveiter Wafner Mercury continues its expansion in the upper end of the medium-priced field for 1967 with three luxury models in two new top-of-the-line series . . , they are the Mercury Marquis, a formal two-door hardtop with rear roof pillars, and the Mercury Brougham series (shown at left), which offers four-door sedan and hardtop models with rich, luxurious interiors ... and then there is the Mercury COUGAR, America's first luxury/sports car at a popular price. 16 Mercury models to choose front all available at Taylor Motor Co. I- 1 '-! • The Joe Pockendorfs, of Cpld Springs, Minn., were visitors here with the E. J, Gales. Mrs Gales is a sister of Mr. Dock endorf. Mrs. Anna Faber had her 82nd birthday Saturday with relatives and friends calling- Mrs, John Thul returned Friday from St. Ann hospital, Al- goni, where she had been a patient sevenl days, Mrs- Maggie Tbilges entered St. Ann hospital in Algona on Thursday as a medical patient. The Joe Ringsdorfs, Centerville, spent the weekend here and at Algona with relatives and friends. The Peter Reelings ST., Algo- m, were Friday visitors with Mrs. Anna Fsber. St. Joe Trojans 4-H club met with Jerpme Kohlhaas. The pledge of allegiance was led by Mike Berte. Record books have been handed in and plans for the new year discussed. 4-H pledge was led by Marvin Kohl- biff- Lunch was served by Mrs. Richjrd Kohlhaas. Reporter is Marvin Kohlhaas. 20 Models to Choose From V FREE COFFEE and COOKIES •^ Taylor Motor Co. Ford-Mercury Sales and Service TRUCKS TOO

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