Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 14, 1966
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sale for at LuVerne dated LUVerrti—The Legion AukiU iary met in new Legion Hall Monday with 17 members present and 'Mrs. Allen Blake presiding. THe Unit has purchased a ^ _ — -.«.., J/ M * ^imo^u. a piano .and the progress reported on needed improvements. Mrs. Earl John reorted birthday and anniversary calendars order has been placed. The unit expects to realize $177 on this project. , Mrs. Marie Jackson is chairman of drive for coffee strips to be turned in now, or contact Mrs. John and Mrs. Blake. This is the last year to collect the coffee strips. They have seven new subscriptions for the "Bomb", unit magazine. It was voted to have a bake Goods sale Nov. 19 at the new Legion hall. Entertainment was by Mrs. ftoy Guy, refreshments by Mrs. Lu- ciftda Stone' and Mrs. Bert Ratn- its. Mr*. Do«n« Nt*l had Cinaita 8 Monday. At play,' high, Mrs. Jess Lindobak and low Mrs. Lichty. Th« Jo*«ph famlK/» » Webster City have moved to the tenant house on the TheeS Schnakeniberg farm Where he has employment. They have three pre-scihool children. The Jack Delaneys have moved to Vinton. Th* Harold Traugert wcr« Sunday visitors in Ames with their son, the David Traugers. Elaina Sehnaktnbcrg, f rath- man at Ames was a Weekend Visitor with her parents, the Thees Schniakeniberg'Si She came for the junior class play in which her brother, Henry was ' in the cast. The Allan Blake's sen, Robert and daughter, Mrs. James Lenz, visited Sunday in Green Mountain near Marshalltown with, .the H. J. Langbehns, parents of Mrs. Blake. . The Edward Lenzes and Mrs. Asslng went lo Sunday for the funeral of a &>us< in, Oscar Burke, 73. Mrs* Allan Blake .Nfetlvtd word Monday that he*- faiher, H. 3. Langbehn, Green Mountain, was rushed to the Deacons hospital in Marshalltbwli Mowing a corn picking mishap, the fingers on one hand welre ed. • > Letters to tile Dear Editor: Please send our Advance to Kenneth Medin 1514 19th South Moorhead, Minn. Have had a beautiful fall at the lake, real warm weather and very good fishing especially the past two weeks. After a few weeks here at Kenneth's, we plan to come to Iowa at 1 Thanksgiving time to spend some, time at our son, Russell's at Wihitte- more. Thanking you for changing the address for the paper. We always enjoy getting the r. *hd Mtt. Sotn ^ Do fefljdy tl ? At$wia Advance dHiihg to rtiy honie fof fttefiy year*— does ^dOVcftiortherti fata very Well* Had ft, very long dry suminer tnd f*U— heed rail! very Irilfth,, , ' A f J \ ' .,,;,' Did etijd^ my visit to jnld- West liit April amHi>ettt tetfer- al days In Algona visiting did Mends and relatives and noted gf eat progress in Algona and "" ' My Kindest Personal Wishes Martha S. Goicoechea fjOO West fifth Street Reno, Nevada 89503 ATTEND MEETING Curtis Luraf Feitton and the Frank Bteichs, the Dean .Rickes and the Herman Bodes, Wesley were among more than, 1000 persons attending the first an nual meeting of the Farmers Regional Co-op in Omaha on Nov. 9. ,,. X ^WUWWW^^ EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE SHEAKL FALL ! . ,.,.-- " -. . CLEARANCE BIG REDUCTIONS ON BOTH FLOORS STARTS MONDAY November 14th Ladies' Coats L1LLI ANN - YOUTHGRAFT - BETTI JEAN In only four years in Algona SHEAKLEYS hat already set a fine tradition . . . SALES THAT YOU AND YOUR NEIGHBOR ARE PROUD TO ATTEND. No special Purchase — All Brand Name Merchandise. Reg. to $55.00 Reo. to $99.00 Reg. to $180.00 NOW $ 19" to $ 39" NOW $ 44"to $ 74" NOW 74" to $ 120°° Ladies' Fall Dresses JUNIOR - MISSES - HALF Reg. $8.98 to $12.98 Reg. $14.98 to $19.98 Reg. $22.98 to $35.00 NOW $ 5" to* 7" NOW $ 9" to $ 12" NOW $ 14" to $ 19" LINGERIE BRAS — GIRDLES — SLEEPWEAR 30 to 50% off MILLINERY V* Price FALL SUITS ONE RACK — Reg. to $79.98 $ 14.99 to '54.99 CAR COATS Reg. $19.00 Reg. $20.00 NOW '10.99 NOW S 12.99 FALL SWEATERS ONE RACK Reg. to $14.98 NOW 5 5 99 to »9 99 MATCHING SKIRTS Rag. to $14.98 NOW $ 6,99 to $ 9.99 Children's Department 2nd Floor Girls Coats 2 to 6x 7 to 14 Regular $14.9$ to $33.00 Now $ 10"to'24 9 ' Girls Dresses 3 to ox 7 to 14 Regular $2.98 to $12.98 NOW T' to $ 7" GIRLS Sweaters & Skirts Regular $2.9t to $10.91 NOW T to $ 6" MVHW8 ON QUALITY MAUD NAME NERONANDISf Ladies & Children's Fashions MONDAY, NOV. 14, 19M Burt club has program on buying habits Burt—The Woman's club met Nov. 7 at Rochelle Scott's with Ruth Clapsaddle and Lilliah Fredeiickson assisting. There were 32 members-present. Ruth Patterson reported $35.49 rev ceived in Burt for UNICEF by the Girl Scouts. The program on the Challenge of being an informed buyer was introduced by Lefie MoMuilen. A skit, Will the real economy size package please stand up, was by Leona Lacy, Virginia Fries, Ruth Alice Patterson, Elva Boettcher, Lavina Hanson, Betty Cranston, Benita Mitchell and Lettie Vogel. The pro and con on "Its What's Inside That Counts" was given by Beth Miller and Theca Cbristensen. A book review, "The Customer is Always", by Lewis Meyer, was given by Vera' Bradley. The next meeting Nov. 21 will be at Darlene Herrick's with Lavina. Hanson and Lottie Vogel assisting. Pat Phelps, IFYE, Swea City student will speak on her Summer in Finland. STAR WINS AWARD There was a good attendance at Eastern Star» Nov. 8. Mrs* William Basler was a guest. The station of Esther was honored with nine members present who had had this office. A memorial service was conducted for Alice Anderson. Several members attended Chapter at West Bend Nov. 7. Associate Matron Shirley Amesbury gave a report of Grand Chapter at Cedar Rapids. The .Deceniibeif meeting will include a Christmas party with a 50c gift exchange. Rest Hotte, Bancroft feat , and also v^ited the Roy Rings,< tb-jtfjft «k££&f '• frfci\ji at jt'^AJUCH^itiS'i^^J f * ctOrfs and inmaio ningsaoTia. Chti.^iah VVorkei-s sthool at Emmetsbtirg will be Nov. 13, the third and last school for lejldef< ship traihing. The fall quarterly confcrnic^ \Vill be at Good Hope church at ?i30 p.m., Nov. 15. School was dismissed edrly 9 bosuse of ley w»di itrtl U & t Circle met Nov 0 at Mar' ion Westling'* with only two members, absent. ,Plan* were made foi- tfie Fftiimortt tour. Nov. 21 ahd th«i membeM will meet at the Ervin Ulses home at 8:45 a.m. Call if not able to go. the Brvirt Lynches, BeUlah , Denriis Duiidas andlowftj ALGONA LAN WEEKLY CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES Nov. 14-20 Is MTMML lEUt MMfUM WEEK • ' * f » r *% I > Remember Open Bowlers,— You, too, are eligible'to bowl in this event and are also eligible for the $50 Savings Bonds plus many other prizes. - Prizes are posted on our bulletin board at the Lanes. HAVE HOUSEWARMING The Q. A. Bjustroms, Maynard Wiogands, Ed Larsons, Hanold Andreasons, Clarence Christensen, Henry Bahling, Louis Heerdt and Celia Scott took .filled baskets for a housewarmirtg party for the Alvin Andreasons at their new home on, East State in Algona last week. COME FOR FUNERAL The Alex Rubianos, Romney West Va., and. Roger Taylors Des Moines, spent several days with their mother, Mrs. Nina Kraft and attended the funera! f their father, Aaron Taylor ail ilgona, Nov. 12. . The Jess Davisons, and Kedth Osceola, visited his sister, Mrs FIRST ANNIVERSARY OPENING Help MS celebrate.pur FIRST year of partnership in the ALGONA BOWLING LANES. ,. 9:00 A.M. TO 6KM P.M. 10' BEER CHEESE & CRACKERS All Hie bowling yon want only 25 C per line ...-..; (Not Eligible For TV Entry) PLUS DOOR PRIZE Come in and put your name in the box for the drawing. You may win a beautiful, Portable TV to be given away, absolutely FREE. Just bowl 3 lines and drop your name in the box. Nov. 27- SCOTCI MULES Let Taylor Motor Co, wish you a "MERRY CHRISTMAS"--- FREE "TAYLOR CHRISTMAS BUCKS" WITH EVERY USED CAR SOLD FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 23 i ! I MfM*M« ' .A* '"VI A,VI MW WMf • Mt M»AAI '.,Vf,AA| >.,\ NO.. (This Bill Is Srapte Only - Not Ntgoliabla) $ NAME, ADDRESS., These "TAYLOR CHRISTMAS iUCKS" arc good in any Algona store from now until Dec. 24. They must be redeemed no later than Christmas Eve. * Mr. Merchant -- This "Taylor Christmas Buck" is redeemable for cash at Iowa State Bank, Algona, upon receipt. Merchant's Name. Signed-By. wn wp mry van iwp IMP lilfg iwf IWIP •> im imt imr i * ft HERE'S WHAT WIU ONE IN... f 250 to $ 500 Used Car $ 20 'Taylor lM«ks" (Trade Difference) $ 501 to $1000 U*ed Car $ 50 'Taylor iufki" (Trade Different*) $1001 to $1500 Ustd Car $ 75 "Taylor Buffe** (Trad* Difference) $1501 and up Ustd Car $100 "Taylor iwck»" (Tr«o> Diffartnct) You get 'Taylor Christmas Bucks" you can i for Christmas presents in Algona stores with tvory Tay» lor Motor Co. used car sold from now thru Ofc, «$ f Th» higher priced car you buy, tho more Taylor CHrittmta Pucks you got to spend. All Taylor Christmas Bucks must be redeemed Algona stores and before Pec. 25. They sre a$ money. The best part is that you take *dy*n Taylor's low, low used car prices and Christmas Bucks. Over 50 cars to chopse late model Fords and Mercurys arriviiig daUy Q» new 1967's! §§

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