The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1966
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*~Algona (la.) Upptr Ott Molnti Thimdoy, topttmtm 1, 1*44 MR. AND MRS. William Eisenbacher spent Sunday with her aunt and uncles Mr. and Mrs. H. Peter Johnson of Dows, Iowa. There they also saw her other aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Greaves, of Alhambra, California, whom she hasn't seen for 4 years. MR. AND MRS. Walter Ewen, Larry and Jeanne spent two weeks at Washington, D. C. They attended the wedding of their daughter, Marianne, August 23. MRS. KATHRYN MAHONEY has been visited by various relatives the past two weeks at various times; her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.DonLud- wig, Nancy, Tom, Becky and Jane, Minneapolis; and another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Storck, Douglas and David, Washington, la. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wier, another son-in-law and daughter, and Pat, Kathy, Jane and Patricia from Minneapolis. While here, each of the families, accompanied by Mrs. Mahoney, went to Humboldt to see her sister, Mrs. Mary Nelson, at the nursing home. Mrs. Anna Blain was here from Gary, So. Dak. She came to visit at Sexton with her brother, Henry Bailey, and many others in the vicinity. MR. AND MRS. Perry Lowman and family returned Friday from a month's visit with relatives In Portland, Ore. MRS. FRED MEYER and Juanita went to Cass Lake, Minn. Sunday and there met the parents of Mrs. Jerry Meyer of Coulee Dam, Wash. Jerry Meyer was recently discharged from the armed forces after six years, the last of which was spent on Okinawa. He is presently employed at Boeing Aircraft, Seattle, Wash. MR. AND MRS. Jess Dugan and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan met Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends of Davenport at Des Moines and attended the Iowa State Fair.' • ••-•? . 4 MRS. C. N. ROBINSON and Mildred have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Thomas of Lake City, Minn. RECENT GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan have been Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly and Kathleen, Sioux Falls, S. D. MRS. ED HOUGH, Mrs. Alfred Schenck and Gertrude Woith, Owatonna, Minn,, have returned from a vacation trip, Mrs. Hough and Miss Woith going to Mears, Mich., where the former's son, Bob Holcomb, is working at the dunes. He will soon enter the University at Iowa City for his senior year. Mrs. Schenck visited at East Lansing, Mich., where she was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ketchum and also visited Mrs. Christos Barbatis, Athens, Greece, with whom she had worked some time ago. MR. AND MRS. William Geering have as guests this week their daughter, Mrs. Everett Black and Paula, Glen Ellyn, ni. Rev. Black was transferred there from Spencer a few months ago and is pastor at a Baptist church. - Other weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Law, St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Law is the former Mary Ann Black, granddaughter of the Geerings and a daughter of Mrs, Black. GEORGE YEOMAN suffered a leg Injury a few weeks ago while using a power mower and is still not allowed to walk much, MRS. ADELE WHITE was visited Tuesday by her late husband Claude's sisters, Mrs. Irene Morris, Bagley, Mrs. Edith McDonald, Omaha, and Mrs. Leora Lillie, Linden. MRS. C. N. ROBINSON and Mildred plan to spend Labor Day weekend at Spring Valley, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Robinson. MRS. CLYTffi ROEPKE was visited Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cameron, Mlnot, N. D., and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roepke, Tama. A picnic was held at the State Park. MR. AND MRS. Nick Maharas are vacationing in northern Minnesota. ALICE CONDON has been visited by her nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. David C^Lary of Carroll. HENRY BONSTETTER Is a patient at St. Ann hospital. He has not been in good health for some time. ' MR. AND MRS. Roy Hutzell have had as gue$ f jQarnes^Acker-,. man, "former' resident here- anicf now living at Tucson, Ariz. He also visited a longer time at Rochester with Mr. and Mrs. Enos Ackerman. MR. AND MRS. Bob Chambers have returned to Pomona, Calif., having concluded a visit with Mrs. Chamber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Riddle, who have been spending the summer here. They also visited with Mrs. Bertha Spear. MRS. LORRAINE RIDDLE is here from Claremont, Calif., visiting her mother, Mrs. Bertha Spear. Her husband, the late Wayne Riddle, died suddenly a few years ago. MR. AND MRS. Harvey Johnson and Mrs. Ellen Dailey spent Friday at Mason City with friends. ALGONA HELD OVER 3 MORE DAYS THURS. - FRI. . SAT. SATURDAY MATINEE - 2 P.M. NIGHT - 8 P.M. PARAMOUNT PICTURES is PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF THE .GREATEST MOTION PICTURE OF ALL TIME! PRODUCTION die Sen MADONNA, DAUGHTERolMr. and Mrs. John Gisch, has returned from Amhurst, Mass., wherfe she attended summer school and is at Windom, Minn, teaching in the school system where she taught last year. DR. AND MRS. Ray Potter went to Mason City where the former had a routine checkup. No surgery has been necessary for his ailment and he is making g« 1 recovery. MR. AND MRS. John Wike and Dominlck, Ames, have been guests of Mrs. Wike's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch. Mrs. Wlke Is the former Rosemary Gisch. MR. AND MRS. Ben Herbst of Anaheim, Calif, are expected here Sept, 11 to visit at the parental homes, Mrs. Olive Herbst and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams. JIM PICKETT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Picket, former Algonans now living at Ankeny, is leaving for military training at Ft. Benning, Ga. MARGARET YEOMAN is teaching again this year in the school system at Gladbrook. Her mother, Mrs. Mary Helen Yeoman, is enrolled at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, and has entered upon her second year there. MR. ANK MRS, Ed Blumer have been visited by the tatter's sister, Katherine Mantis, Washington, D. C., brother, Edwin Mamis, Santa Clara, Calif., Albert Mamie, Milwaukee, Wise., and Oliver Sigler, Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. George Yeoman had as Sunday supper guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Olson of Waterloo, Mrs. Esther Koube, who was here Friday and Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Carpenter, Goodell, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson and daughter, Zona, of Corwith. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Streit spent Wednesday and Thursday at Okoboji with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan, Des Moines, who have a summer home at the lakes. Charles Streit went there Sunday and will remain to come home with his parents. Incidentally, Charles celebrated a birthday while there. MR. AND MRS, Geo. Scuffham spent Sunday at Ruthven with the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, Pilot Mound, who have a trailer house at Lost Island Lake. SHOW TIMES - THURSDAY - FRIDAY - 8 P.M. ADMISSIONS ADULTS NIGHTS - $1.25 SATURDAY MATINEE ADULTS - $1.00 CHILDREN ANYTIME - 50c K.O. DEALS IMDCARS Do some roadwork in a savings-priced OK used car. Championship Savings for our '66 End-of-Model Knock Out I CHECK THESE LOW PRICES: 1965 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4-dr., V-8, powerglide, radio, whitewalU. This is a cream puff, only 15,000 miles. 1964 CHEVROLET Impala, 4-dr., V-8, powerglide, radio, tan and beige color, driven 27,000 miles. 1963 COMET, 4-dr. sedan, 6-cylinder, reg. trans., radio. A real gas saver. 1963 FORD, 4-dr. sedan, 6-cylinder , reg. trans., a lot of miles left for the money. 1962 CHEVROLET, 4-dr. sedan, V-8, powerglide, radio, light green with white top. 1961 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. sedan, 6-cylinder, reg. trans., very clean, an ideal second car. 1961 CHEVROLET Impala convertible, V-8, power- glide, radio, whitewalls, exceptionally clean. Cream color with white top. One owner. 1960 CHEVROLET, 4-dr. sedan, V-8, powerglide, radio. 1959 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. station wagon, V-8, automatic trans., very good mechanical condition for ONLY $275. 1957 MERCURY, 2-dr. hardtop, V-8, automatic trans., power steering and seats, radio. A bargain at $275. 1957 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. sedan, 6-cylinder, reg. trans., a go to work car for ONLY $175. TRUCKS 1962 CHEVROLET Vz-ton pickup, long box, 6-cylinder, $995. 1961 CHEVROLET %-»on pickup, short, wide box, 6- cylinder, $875. 1959 CHEVROLET 1-ton truck, flat bed, 4-speed, heavy duty rubber, $625. 1953 DODGE %-ton pickup, grain box, good runner, $225. CHEVROLET 1-STOP SERVICE Southwest of Courthouse Square THIS CARNAGE ON THE HIGHWAYS - Excessive speed and failure to yield the right of way account for most of the scenes such as shown above. Even the introduction of new safety features by the auto manufacturers may not be able to protect the reckless, foolhardy driver from himself in situations such as these. IF YOU'RE PUNNING ON DRIVING OVER THE LABOR DAY WEEKEND ... YOU WILL BE THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT SAFETY FACTOR GOING FOR YOUR FAMILY THIS WEEKEND WE HOPE THESE NEXT FEW DAYS WILL TOP OFF A WONDERFUL SUMMER FOR YOU. JUST REMEMBER THAT LABOR DAY IS A TIME FOR TAKING IT EASY - ESPECIALLY BEHIND THE WHEEL OF YOUR CAR. NATIONAL CHILD SAFETY WEEK I SEPTEMBER 7-14 NOW THAT SCHOOL'S OPEN WE URGE YOU TO DRIVE WITH EXTRA CARE . . . DURING CHILD SAFETY WEEK - AND EVERY WEEK. THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING ALGONA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS: TAYLOR MOTOR CO, FORD-MERCURY SALES & SERVICE ALGONA FRIENDLINESS A COURTESY IS THE KEYNOTE KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. CHEVROLET SALES t SERVICE AMERICA'S NO. 1 CHOICE OK USED CARS KEN'S AUTO SERVICE PLYMOUTH - VALIANT SALES & SERVICE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REIU)U>ERS Ai/THOHizio PUTMOVTH PEAL** 09 CHRYSLER Jjjj MOTORS CORPORATION 1023 No. Main Algona DAU'S OLDSMOBILE & RAMBIER 125 SO. DODGE ST. AIGON A PERCIVAl MOTORS DODGE-CHRYSLER SALES & SERVICE ALGONA AUTHORIZED DEALER CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION SCHULTZ BROS. - Transportation Hoadquartort BUICK - >ONTIAC - CADILLAC Gas for Lou - Premiums ALGONA

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