Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1965
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I—ALOONA (le*a) ABVANCithrec ttaclofs and oilier ma- THUtSDAY, JAN, 21, 196$ Almanac (Continued from Page 1) Algona, Btilck (2); George Wildin, Algona, Chev.; Lawrence or Lorelta Thilges, Bode, Pont. AUCTIONS JAN, 28 — Joe Ford closing out sale, at farm located 2Mz miles east of Bancroft, % mile south and Vi mile east. Sale includes 100 head of livestock. ehlfiery, Quihn & Clark, auc tiofteers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Full sale details in Advance soon, Jan. 2$ — John Clark farm auction at farm located one mile east and 2V£ north of Tcrril. Complete line of machinery phis 155 head of hybrcd hogs and 21 sheep. Burns, Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Emmet. County State Bank, Estherville, clerk. Sale details in Monday's Advance. Jan. 29 — Herb Rancy closing out farm sale, at farm located 7 miles north of Humboldt, one mile cast and isl place north. Sale includes full lihe of machinery (three tractors), 40 head of cattle, 75 head of hogs and other Items. Andersen & Kleve, auctioneers; Ltvcrmore State Bank, clerk. Full sale details Monday, Jan. 25. Feb. 3 — Henry Rustcmier closing out sale near Bancroft. Quinn & Clark arc the auctioneers and sale details will appear In the Advance soon. Feb. 4 — John Weydert closing out sale. Quinn & Yungc- jbcrg, auctioneers. Full sale list- 'ing in Advance soon. | FEB. 5 — Oliver Mathson sale at farm 2 miles north and 4 The HUB Clothiers - MID-WINTER - ALUNERCHANDISE FROM REGULAR STOCK! Mens A Boys Winter MEN Were to $16.95 up Sizes 36 to 46 BOYS Were to $10.95 up Siies 6 to 20 Mens wert to $21.95 up Sites 38 to 44 Boys war* to $16.95 up Sites 8 to 20 SWEATERS Choose from coat, or pull-over styles • orlon or wool blends Mens were to $8.95 Sites 38 to 46 Boys were to $16.95 Sizes 8 to 2Q TiwBIBP flHHHP ^HiPr flPip ^^B ^^Rj Sale starts Thursday HAMS miles east of West Bend, Of 4 miles south and 3 miles east of Whittemore, of 2 miles west? 6 miles south and 4'A miles Wist of Junction J69 and 18 north Of Algona. Machinery and misfieli laneous. Quinn & Yufigeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in Advance later. Feb. 8 — Alvin fcrtoelding closing out sale, at south edge of St. Joe. Complete line Of good farm machinery. Yungeberg it Kleve; "Red" Madscn, clerk. Full sale details in Advance later ( FEB. 22 — L. P. "Shorty" Neppl farm sale, at farm located two miles north, two miles west and one mile north of Sherburn, Minn. Sale includes. 73 head of purebred and high grade Guernsey cattle plus full line of machinery. Wedel, Clark & Kahlcr, auctioneers; Farmers State ' Bank, Shcrburn, Clerk. Full sale details later. Alice Wernert found dead, 84 years old I Funeral services were held I Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Alice T. /Wernert, 84, a long time Algona resident. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated. I Mrs. Wernert was found dead in her home Sunday morning. Mrs. J. D. Burns had taken her to church for many years, and when she didn't come to the car the police and the John Sneres were summoned. Alice T. Olson, daughter of Emma Marie Munson and John Olson, was born Feb. 22, 1880 in Sheldon. She was married to Ignatius Wernert in Algona in 1904. A son, Dr. Ignatius J. Wernert, Pittsburgh, Pa., survives. Also surviving are two grandchildren and a niece and nephew, Mrs. Catherine Bacon, and Stuart Thompson, Phoenix, Ariz. Burial was in Calvary cemetery with Hamilton Funeral home in charge. Pallbearers were Mark Stanton, Louis Me-. Enroe, Eugene Zender, John Ka- Engaged MR, AND MRS. Sam Mogler, West Bend, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ruth Ann, to Terry Schafer, son of Mr and Mrs August Schafer, also West Bend. The wedding will be Feb. 28. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Bohannon. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! Engaged MR. AND MRS. Kenneth. Bird! Britt, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen, to Wayne Christiansen, son of Mrs. Elvira Seeks decree as the son of dead woman George Weinzetl, Currie, Minn., has filed suit in district court for a declaratory judgment that he be declared the illegitimate son of the late Al< vina Tiede, LuVerne. The case is filed against the Zion Lutheran church, LuVerne, Radio Station KttJO, the Lutheran Hour, and the church ex^ tension fund of the Iowa District West of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, According to the petition Weinzetl was not acknowledged in the will which left the entire estate to the church groups named in the petition. Weinzetl asks the declaratory judgment in order to contest the will. SweaCityans injured in Titonka crash ; Two Swea City men were injured Friday night when both struck a parked car five miles west of Titonka on the blacktop road. v Taken to Estherville for hos- pitahzation were Albert J, Johnson, 56, and Paul Kauffman, 49, both of Swea City. Johnson received facial lacerations, deep cuts on the forehead and a bruised chest. , , , JCauffman had a cut on the chin and chest bruises. The parked car was owned by George R Merron, Bancroft, and he had left the car on the highway fac ing west when he reportedly went fishing. ' A car driven by Rick A. Looft, clow, Leo Immerfall, and Lloych^ hri?tiansen - Algona. They .will _ ' * lin «•* f\ ««• ji ft I7'^vl-» C\n — A. A.1_ _ T^_ be married Feb. 27 at the Evangelical Free church, Britt. Need Printing? Call tho ADVANCE! sv.v^d%"«v 1 Taylor's Special-of-the-week id of Swet City, sidcswipcd the parked vehicle and h« tiiffi*! afduftd it the next intottectioh to check oft the dAffifge, While he was returning, the Kiuttffiftfi cat 1 hit the f>afked machine. The Looft machine had just |50 in damage but the KiUttnum car Had 1600 in damage. Patrolman Tom Cogdill investigated and filed charges of ille* gal parking on the highway against Merron. Fithir of Lriyanl man diu at 67 Ledyard — Funeral services were held on Friday for George William Hoffman of Hale, father of Byron Hoffman, Mr. Hoffman, 67, died on Jan. 12 at the Jackson County Public hospital at Maquoketa, from a stroke. His death was unexpected. Surviving are his wife and six children, four brothers and one sister, also ten grandchildren. The final rites were held at Wyoming, with the Rev. Norris in charge of the service. Burial was in the Hale Township cemetery with the Hayden Funeral home in charge. REAR CAR CRASH Donald R. Riedinger, 16, stopped at a stop sign when he was headed East on State street at 4:45 p.m. Saturday and was hit from the rear by a car owned by Garrigan high school and driven by Marie M. Halbur, a Bode teacher, because she couldn't stop on the ice. Estimated damage to the Riedinger vehicle was $75 to the rear bumper and $150 to the left front fender, headlight and radiator of the /other car. No charges were filed. DATE SUPPER Swea City — The Evening Star Circle of the Swea City Methodist church will hold their annual public, soup supper Saturday with serving at 5 p.m. at the Swea City school lunch room. The circle is made up of young mothers afid this i* their annual fund raising project for the Women's Society. COLLID6 IN ALLEY A ear driven by John H/Han* sclman and one driven by Patricia Voyles collided Monday at 5:45 p.m. in the alley behind gender's. Mr Hanselman was headed west and the other south. Estimated damage to the Voyles left front fender was $75 and none to the Hanselman auto. No charges were filed. MUSCULAR ACHES ' PAINS fake PROVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and . Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. Hontbruch Drug • Algona LIFETIME CAREERS We want mtn who are interested in • permanent petition. This is year' round work and will average you $8,253 per year to start plus fringe benefits. * ' •' : . '. We ere e national company, and one of the leaders in our. field. Our training it one of the finest and promotional opportunities are excellent. If these things are what you desire for a career and are available for immediate employment, apply Pat K. Patterson, Colonial Motel, Algona, Iowa, Thursday, January 21, 5 - 7 p.m. only. SEMI - ANNUAL 950 00 1960 PLYMOUTH Fury 4-door sedan, Automatic Transmission, radio, 2-tone beige and white finish T with matching trim interior.*' Extra clean and special price this week only at ..___ WATCH OUR SHOWROOM FOR THE USED CAR SPECIAL EACH WEEK — PRICE WILL BE POSTED ON EACH CARI • 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 4-door, Cruiie-a-mntic, radio, chestnut color (and interior) with white top, spotless inside and out. ft) 1963 FORD Galaxie 4-door, Fordomatic, power steering ^ and radio, 3 • 1963 FORD 2-door with 6-cylinder, straight stick and radio, • 1962 MERCURY Meteor 4-door, V-8, radio and Mercom* •) 1961 COMET Station Wagon, solid red, stand, transmit' sion, 6-cylinder engine, real economy. •) 1961 FORD Galaxie 4-door, radio, solid white, extra clean, •) 1961 FALCON Station Wagon, Fordomatic and radio, •) I960 FORD Convertible, locally owned and well cared for, Power Steering and Brakes, radio and Ford* matic, white sidewall tires. A beauty. •) I960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door "I" cylinder, Automatic. NEW ECONOLINE VAN IN STOCK, WITH SIDE AND REAR DOORS — WINDOWS ON .ALA SIPIS. IMMEDIATE 'Of LIVERY. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF OTHER LATE MODEL CARS AND A NUMBER OF 6QOP, CLEAN PICKUP TRUCKS!!! AtOONA.IOWA "FRIENDLINESS ANB KEYNOTES TO OUR QPiRATION" Taylor Motor Co. SHOE CLEARANCE HERE'S THE ONE YOU'VE WAITED FOR . . . .TWO EXCITING RACKS OF CURRENT STOCK SHOES — PRICED FOR 'ACTION CLEARANCE.' > * STARTS FRIDAY JAN. 22 RACK 1 PUTS- STACKS VALUES TO $8.95 NOW 5-3504 FORD & MERCURy SALES & SERVICE — RACK 2 HEELS - CASUALS VALUES TO $13.95 NOW SNOW BOOT CLEARAWAY VALUES TO $1545 ALL ONE LOW PRIM 788 STORE CLOSED THURSDAY TO PREPARE FOR SALE "THi WITH SHOES - SMART SHOPPERS

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