Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
Page 10
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i$—AL60NA (iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, D6C. 8, 1966 CHRISTMAS GIFT PROM THE Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA $25 SAVINGS BOND WILL BE GIVEN AWAY DIG. 10 , , • ft • • .••••••> • DEC. 17 DEO. 24 Drawing will be held Friday Evening of each week. Winners will be announced on'the 12:15 News, Saturday, Dec. 10, 17 & 24. REGISTER AS OFTEN AS YOU WISH ' ' " ' ' • ' - - ' • AT THE "AT THE TIME & TEMPERATURE CORNER" ALGONA, IOWA M «'-.,4*^»..'» 4*-».*..'- *•* » **tt,l ~4 Holiday Fair attracts 600 to Titonka church Titonka—>The annual Christmas Fair, Holiday Happiness was held Thursday at Good Hope Lutheran church. Exhibits were entered in- the morning from 9 to 11 a.m. A tea was served in the afternoon to view ers, a,nd refreshments were served in the evening following a program under direction of Mrs. R. Cosgrove. There were 600 guests, and some rt,ot registered, so the Titonka Federated Oluib, sponsors of the' fair feel this is the largest attendance since they started presenting the Christmas fair. Daughters Club will te held at Good HofiS pJiiifch, Thursday, December^ ail2:30 p.ta. for the nteetitii m Opal SimpSott, Bet* Mr. and Mrs. Mick-Will of ^s'halltown and .Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Agard of Mankato, Minn, sbdnt the^weelcend at the Freff m* Mrs. Harry L. Mtw »««eeeeoeeee»»»»eeeeeo»+ Dawson. Craig Veleefle Hayes, 'a mis* fllohary to Haiti spent Wednesday and overnight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Long, On Wednesday a group of neighbors and friends gathered ait the home of Mr. and, Mrs. Long and kll.\*-\SVL*m£f »l* ^ V|**«» fcrf»«m» r -w V '--J -.. ty Filter, tor6tta Bfoesdff ahid MargUerite Ko'llasch, The program will be presented by Minnie Walker, Maiiys Bjustrom and Grace Bjustrom. There Will be ; a gift exchange pnd members are reminded to ,,«,.*... —.—..-.—.-.--•--•. • bring a toy to be mended. Miss Hayes showed slides talked .on her missionary ^work in Haiti. : Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Harley ami family of DCS Moines spent Wednesday to Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Long. Other guests Thanksgiv ing day were Mrs. Mae Long Mr. and Mrs. Waliie Hanson aM Verle, their daughter Cyn- of low* . City spent Thursday and Friday. Mr. and. Mrs-; Harold Nielsen, rMiV atfd .Mrs/ 'Harold Nifelj sen, Jf>, arid family, Mf. and Steve Agafd of 'Manl^tb, Minti., ,and Mr and Mrs. **son and sons were -.~-- r -, daf guests at *he Fred SANTA CLAUS COMING The Titonka Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring three Christmas drawings. The first is Dec. 10, another Dec. 17, an:d the last Dec. 23, when Santa Claus will be in Titonka with treats for the children. The Titonka V.F.W. Auxiliary met Tuesday at LaVaughn Wib- boh's with Donna Dreesman assisting hostess. FOUR CORNER MOTHERS The annual Christmas party of the Four Corner Mothers and •»l I 1 i LITI I II t I I H'M"l"M-.-l-H"lvM.i I.I » » ' l-M'-Mll 1 I"M«H-H and Chris of Chicago, 111. spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gourley. Other guests on thanksgiving day were Mr. and Mrs. Waltei- Kir,chgatter and Mr. and, Mrs. David Jlohnsoni Jr. and son. Eugene Waltman, returned to his home Wednesday from tihe Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt. . Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson, Kenny and Debbie of Ack- Icy spknt' Thanksgiving day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 C. .B. Robinson. Keimy remained, until Saturday. Mrs. Wilbur, Merriam returned to her home on,,'Monday, from the Hancock Menibrial hospital, Britt following'surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stroup and Tom of Hampton,, and Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Marr were Thanksgiving iday dinner guests of Mrs. Viola Brown. [ Mr. and 'Mrs. Gene Wagner and family spent Thanksgiving day with her mother, Mrs. John douse at Ayshire where they tad a family gathering at the Methodist church. ! , Rev. and Mrs. Walter Disch, Mrs. Bernice Oxley and Mrs. Viola Brown, were Sunday dwir ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilhite. Mr. and Mrs. PauJ Houston of Denver, Colorado visited Thurs- cXllvL » v.m.av*j VB»**-»-«. M™~—- o v-. thia of LeMars also spent the weekend at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Lorris Long of Des Moines were guests Saturday and SuinV day.: ••'. -. •:.'.', • . •• /;/.' : •.:'•• Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barker of Rock Valley spent over Thanksgiving with his mother Mrs, LUoille Johnson : and with Mrs. Esther Kouba. Mrs. Sylvia Izzard attended the Messiah at Britt on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Oxley of Cedar Falls spent Friday and Saturday at the John Oxley home. Mrs. Gail Skelley was also a Friday dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Milp Lackore and Harley of Forest City, Mrs. Harold. Oxley and Mrs. Ethel Beer enjoyed Thanksgiving at the John Oxley home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert attended the Silver Wedding Anniversary Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Saxton at Ring: day evening Brown. with Mrs. Viola Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Smith of Sdialler and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murrary of Ames were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman. ; Mrs. Sylvia Izzard and Mrs Lester Hash attended the funeral of Mrs. Harvey Stevens on Tuesday afternoon at the Meth odist church in Algpna. j Thursday guests of Mrs. Syl via Izzard were Mr. and Mms Maynard Hoick and boys 6 Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nal and family and Mr. and Mrs Ted Johnson- and family, Mrs Hattie May of Algona was an evening visitor. You're Invited To: PURINA OPEN HOUSE AT % •««T FARMERS SERVICE CENTER 515 SO, PHILLIPS ST. — ALGONA, IOWA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10 8:00 A.M, - 5:00 P.M, WIH _ Free Door Prizes ENJOY - Refroshmenlt All Day SHOP - Special Discounts On Merchandise LEARN - Aboul Bulk Diseevhle, Grain Dank, Grinding, Mixing and DeUvery Services. STOPIN—HAVE FUN! SEE OUR LINE OF FAMOUS PURINA CHOWS & HEALTH AIDS. MEET OUR PEOPLE. HEAR ABOUT SERVICES WE OFFER. A SERVING YOU sted. Robert Whitmore of Madrid was' a Sunday guest at the Lee Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Helton and family were Thanksgiving ay guests at the Howard Dan lartog .home at Mitchyille. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Williams were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland William, Fort Dodge. Paul Scheffleman, student at Fayette spent the Thanksgiving weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schefflemian. Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph Werner- sen of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., visited Friday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dawson of Des Moines visited Sunr day morning at the Leslie Dawson home. Mrs. Neil Johnson and Lance of Des Moines are spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean. Steven Dawson, student at the University of Iowa spent the Thanksgiving weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy PRIVATE SALE of Kossuth County Farm To Settle Estate THE OSCAR W. JOHNSON 160 ACRE FARM described as follows: '" • :>! The Northeast Quarter (NEV4) of Section Two (2). Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th, P.M., Kossuth County, Iowa, containing 160 acres more or less, subject to easements of public utilities and established roads and highways, it offered for Mlo, and bids of interested persons are solicited. This farm ic loc«M five miles North of Wesley, Iowa; or four miles south and two and one-half miles East of Titonka, Iowa. TAXES: Sellers will pay the 1966 taxes payable in 1967. Possession will be given on March 1,1967. TERMS OF SUE WE'RE LOOKINQ FORWARO TO i i M i» H-H Bidi shall be for lump sum for tract irrespective of the acre. •ft, 10% down payment, Balance shall be due on or before March 1, 1967, upon final settlement and delivery of abstract showing merchantable title and warranty deed, METHOD OF SALE; The heirs offer this property for sale and will accept Wdi received by the undersigned on or before December 15, 1964, AM bids shall be sealed and addressed to MILPREQ I. CARLSON, f/o, Steumway, Kelly * Fristedt $75, Algona, Iowa 505H f «ch l?id ihill b* «ccpmp«m>tj by • 10% down p*ym«nt. Bid* will It 9J*'*** *» Nf!^ r !5/ !9 ¥' I*" 1 .*?** 11 *** 1 " W 1i! f rtc«iv»d; contract will bf prtp«r«d. Th* h»ir f r«serv« th« right t^ r§jtS* «ny «nd tII bi«lir MUDREO I. CARLSON, EXECUTOR — 4Y' £ FRISTfpT, Atterntyf f«r fwtcytor 575, ALQONA, IOWA 50511 WOULDN'T SHE LOVE A SEWING MACHINE FOR CHRISTMAS? Come in now while our selection is coniplete. Choose from a wide range of models and prices. North Iowa Sewing Machine Algona, Iowa NOW 15,OOO of Each Saver's Funds is Insured , for Safety by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation THE SAVINGS our savers have entrusted to us as a specialized ings institution have consistently earned high returns in complete safety. Now, through Congressional action, these cash reserves are automatically insured for safety up to a new total, $ 15,000, You can be making the most of your money, too. While our savers are adding to their accounts to move them toward this new higher limit, you can be opening your own account. Put your money to work now earning our regular generous returns, Current Yearly Rate All Savings. ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AND 6-MONTH INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All A«ount« Fully Insured to $15,000 Save From Th,e I5tfi r~ Earn Frojn The 1st SINCE If 17 - ALGONA, IpWA , insured up to $15,000 tarlM«nl Sav|ogs of Washington, P. C. tosur*noi Con»r»tio» * ™

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