Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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Reduced telephone rates start Saturday Reduced rates for long dis- ; foci la?t September, lowans will tance telephone calls within ; be saving over $1.430.000 ntniti- towa \vili bo in of fret this ?sl-: allv on charges for Hng distance Ufday, M^v 1. aociHinp to John! calls within Imva. Claude said. Claude. Northwestern Boll mn-i Under tho now night rates, nager here. The rod^ctions will, th° b\vr>«( char 1:0? for a station fange f r<\m 5 cents 1i 30 cent"' c"U «.'ithin I-WA will apply each On station calls of 47 miles or nicht from P:00 p.m. to 4:30 more. '-im. and .vutuno on {•"iinday. A The reduced rates, reo'iosted • thtv>-ivinuto «tnt'm call to anv-1 bv the I'nva 5tatf Ow^erce \vho»v in Io«-n vill co«t 00 CO' 1 ! 11 i Commission, a™ mttornrd after % i- 'oss all day ^imdny and aftri ; the chnipes vhlch \vo*M into of- ?-o<i r> m on other f'nvs. feel Fohrnnrv 1 on interstate, Kvem'rr rate*; will apnly on calls. The new rnfos aro in ae- -t.iti-in c~>Hs from (VOO to R:00 cordance with t^ri'f« filod bv ••> m vwkf'av* and all ''ay Sal- Uie comrmnv with the O.^mmi?- uHay 'in to !VOO txn\ when the Sion March 31. : t«\v nicht r?te«: y> into effect Northwestern Pr 1 .! estimate? fV WHO-*' in which reduoorl Iowa telenho"o n-ers will save -torsos \v ; 'l anplv to calls with- more than $300000 a vrsr wv 5 n to\vn will he the same as the der the new rate^ With the re- -^ho-l? which went into effoct duction for instate IMIC ois- »i % r>nrv 1 on calls to points in lance calls which wen. into of-'^thpr states. "Test Drive" Honda Burt Band mothers to buy new uniforms Burt — The Burt Band Mothers club has contracted to purchase new uniforms for the high school band at a cost of $2,900. The uniforms are being made and they ho'f> to have them for Memorial Day. Letters have been sent to oeo- pie in the commmunity asking for donations to this cause. Bonds have been purchased in past years for future uniforms. At the present time the club has bonds totaling $1,200 and $900 cash in the treasury which was earned bv porving dinnor« for various organizations, which leaves $800 to be raised. The present uniforms were purchased in May, 1950, by the | club with the financial help of the community. These uniforms have been repaired and replaced in the past years but are now beyond repair for senior band members but will be kept and altered for junior band if possible. A member of the Band Mothers club will call in the near future, asking for donations to this worthy cause. Early in the school year the club purchased a new saxa- phone costing $350, plus trade- 'n of 2 old ones. Any donation, large or small, will be appreciated. CHECKING OUT the new "Honda" displayed by the North Iowa Appliance Center at the Home Show last weekend are these four young men. Shown left to right are Paul Watkins Gary Jones, Tom Ellefson and Doug Jones. The'Honda was just recently taken on by the North Iowa Appliance firm and a grand opening is planned next month to introduce"the machine to residents of this area. : •--..- . Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. grandson Sliaun Carpenter, West Bend were Easter guests Law Day "Mock trial" will be held Friday The annual Law Day for high school seniors of Kossuth county will be held for one clay only on Friday, April 30, at Garrigan high school auditorium. About 450 students from high schools in Titonka, Swea City, Sentral, Bancroft, LuVerne, Ledyard, Lakota, Burt, and the two high schools in Algona will attend. Y Particioants will be Honorable G.' W. Stillman. court reporter Dean Parrott, clerk of court Alma Pearson, sheriff Ralph Lind- horst, Kossuth county medical examiner Dr. R. F. Snyder, and bailiff Byron Richardson. A mock trial will take place with witnesses Officer Lindhorst, Dr. Snyder.'Mrs. Jackie Muller as Mrs. Nancy Abbott; Larry Hudson as Martin Green; Mrs. Mary I. Kisch as Mrs White. Attorneys for the defense will be J. H. Andreason and V. L. McClure. Attorneys for the State will be J. J. Straub and E. J. Winkel. SAVINGS ON GARAGES! 14 x 22 w/2 x 6 Roof Rafters $467,00 16 x 22 $49000 20 x 22 $579.00 20 x 24 $622.00 22 x 22 $612.00 22 x 24 $636.00 24 x 22 $651.00 24 x 24 $672.00 16 x 22 garage only $15.62 per month (36 mo.) THESE GARAGES INCLUDE: 9" wide door on .14' & 16' width garage 16' wide door on 20' and wider garages Genuine Frantz garage door in 1200 series Service door with key in knob lockset I/a " plyscore on roof 235 Lb. weight thick butt shingle; 8" Redwood Dolly Varden siding 1 x 4 Corner braces Gutter and eve trim in clear pine Service and garage door jambs in clear pine All nails 2 slip head garage windows Aluminum siding corners 3/8" exterior plywood soffit on ill 12" overhangs OS door and wood trim in clear brick molding UNITISD BUILDING CENTERS, IN0, S. Phillips Ph. 5-2619 ALGONA Merle We! lender i now home from D. M. hospital Irvington — Kenneth Roney vent to DCS Moines Friday of ast week and brought home VIerle Wcllendorf, Algona, who iad been a patient at Veteran's lospital since January 4. Merle vill recuperate for a time at he Lloyd Wellendorfs before oing to his own home. Sunday visitors at .the Ronald abins were the Chas. Reiset- ers, Eldora. Mrs. Reisetter is sister of Mrs. Sabin. The Kenneth Roneys and /Irs. Hazel Sabin went to Jeferson, this week where the vomen attended Presbytery on Tuesday. Paula and Debra Eisenbarth, daughters of the Henry Eisen- >arths and Jo^n Eis-:hen, daugh- er of the Robert Eischens, all of this vicinity performed in a piano recital at the St. Benedict Parish 7-Iall Sunday, ApVil 25. Other mipils of Mrs. Tony Grandgenett who played in the ecital were, Debra Arndorfer, torwith, Mary Depan of AJgona, Marv and Margie Bie'rl, St. Benedict. The girls are all students of the St. Benedict school. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Imm'er- 'all, Algona, went to Iowa Gity over the weekend to see Mrs. [mmerfall's mother, Mrs. Mary Dole, who is hospitalized there at the University hospital and is scheduled for surgery Wednesday of this week. Easter guests at the Robert Casey home, were the Clarence Marion and Eugene Casey families, all sons of the Robert Cas- eys. The Robert Skillings recently snent the afternoon visiting al the home of Mrs. Skilling's par ents, the Ray Fitches of Burt. Mrs. Skilling's' sister, Mrs. J<Jsse Schmidt of Ruthven was also a visitor there the same- day. The Jesse Schmidts recently returned to Ruthven after spending three months in Dallas, Texas. In the evening the Skillings went to Livermore, where they visited another sister, Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz, who recently returned home from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had been hospitalized after surgery. l.u Verne Fern Bigings Mr., and Mrs. lolumbus, Neb., Ernest Olson, were Easter of Mrs. Georgia Barton and daughter Alice Wagner. Mrs. Elden A. Guess underwent surgery Monday, April 26 at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curry and children visited Sunday in Bode with his .brother the Howard Curry family. '.'..'. Guests Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Huff and Harry were their son and 'brother the Herbert 6-ALGONA (I0wa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL ft, IMS Huffs, Teresa, David and 0<5Ug- las, Springfield, 111. The meeting of Couglas Edward, btfh Feb. I!, 1&65 was their first While here they visited the par-, ents of Mrs. Huff, Mr. and Mrs.' Mike Wilt at Jeffefsdn. They al- ; so came for the birthday of Mrs. Huff's aged grandfather 1 at Jefferson. Mr, and Mrs. Mcivin Kubly, LuVerne, his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ruberg, Fort Dodge Visited Sunday in Mason City with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Nissen. They report Mr. Nissen very ill suffering from cancer. Mr. and Mrs. Nissen were former early residents of LuVerne. Any friends wishing to send get well cards, his addr#:s is 924-N Jackson, Mason City. Weekend visitors of the Bert Thomas family were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, their son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomas, St. Paul, Minn. Sunday visitors were a granddaughter the Merle Birnbaumer family, Northfield, Minn. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Thomas, April 23. Mrs. Charles Him, son, Lester, LuVerne, her niece, Mrs. Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday with Charles Hinz, patient in the Veteran's hospital, Des Moines. . They report Mr. Hinz had further surgery there April 22. Mrs. Clarence Krause is a patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge since April 21. Mrs. Allen Blake, son, Robert, attended a family dinner at the home of her parents the H. J; Langbahn's Sunday at Green Mountain, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, Fort Dodge. They were former LuVerne res- idenfs. ' ~ "••:."-' : diamfc«flaifiS M Limi Srove. Mr; and M«, Hewy &*Hch \m* Shirks and Chambeflains »lf i * atiil j.--K h*±x?A*f Ail j«l a^fafetf , *ft« « i* I • . Of Waterloo Wefe VisHefS i« __ Vefne and guestsof his bf other the Fred Goetsch family. Mf. and Mrs, Hugh Shirk vU- iled Wednesday to Thursday With hef sistet tfie Kenneth spent part of the winlef togeth ef at Sfifsisota, Ma, Qu§*ts In the Chamberlain home were cousins ttie Ban tdh family of Madisoft, Wise f weekend vsitors with her sister, Mrs. Georgia Barton and relatives of Mr. • 0]son at Bode! Easter weekend quests in the parental Albert Wilhelm home were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hunter and boys, Ralston; Neb., Mr, and Mrs.' Richard Larson, Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson, 'Knqxville. Easter Sunday, guests 'were"." llie"-Roger Daysj Humboldt: Lew Hipoens, Thor; Dennis Wilhelms, Belmond; Loren Wilhelms, Boone; Keith Wilhelms, Sac City and Milton Wilhelms, LuVerne. An Easter egg hunt Sunday, afternoon ,was enr, joyed by the -grandchildren. • •> Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer, son John Blumer were in Ames Monday to .attend the funeral of Mrs. Earl Hanson, 60. Mrs; Hanson was a cousin of Mrs. Paul Blumer. She was a long time member of the faculty of the Iowa State University; Ames. Visitors' Monday evening in' the Mrs, Georgia Barton home, were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Braun, El Paso, Texas, and his sister, Miss. Marion Braun, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Abbas, GARDEN CULTIVATORS FOR RENT BY DAY OR HOUR SEVERAL MODELS AVAILABLE! IOCAUY OWNW IP WQLF, Owner, AL0QNA NATIONALLY ORtANtUO Phont 295-5432 Spring Clearance Sale on DAUS Extra Clean Used Cars 1964 OLDSMOBILE F85 Cutlass, Straight Stick, Radio, Heat. . er, whitewall tires, white color, red interior. 13,000 miles. Like new. ' 1963 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 4 Door Station Wagon, Hydramatic, Radio ,Heater, Power Steering, Power / Brakes,.New Set of White Wall Tires. One Owner, Low Mileage. 1963 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 4 Dr. Sedan, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering., Power Brakes, White Sidewall Tires, One Owner. Looks and runs like new. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 4 Door Sedan,'Automatic Transmission, radio, heater, power brakes. One owner. NOW $1875 1962 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 Holiday Sedan, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater. Power Stecrinq, Power Brakes, White Wall Tires. White with a Red top. 1962 CHEVROLET Imnala 4 door Sedan, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, Whitewall Tires. NOW $1795. 1961 COMET 6 CvL 4 door Sedan, with straight Stick, Radio, heater and Whitewall Tires. ONLY $995 1961 COMET 6 cyl., 4 dr. Station Wagon with straight stick. RAH and whitewall tires, only $995 1961 RAMBLER Custom 4 door Sedan, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, Reclining Seats. 1961 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Whitewall Tires, Factory Air Conditioning. 1960 RAMBLER Deluxe 4 door Sedan. Straight stick, heater, Whitewall tires, Green color. 1960 BUICK Invicta 4 Door Station Wagon, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, White Sidewall Tires. Now $1495 1960 FORD Galaxie 500 4 Door Sedan, Automatic Transmit, •ion, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, White Sidewall Tires. Whit* Color, 1959 OLDSMOBILE 98 4 Door Sedan, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, 1959 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 4 door Sedan, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Whitewall Tires, Medium Blue Color, Air Conditioning, 1951 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 4 door Sedan, Hydramatic, Heater, Outside Mirrors, Charcoal with White top, real nict, 1951 RAMBLER Ambassador Custom 4 door Sedan, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power •rakes. Air Conditioning, 1957 OLOSMOBILE 88 4 door, Hydramatic, R & H, power brakes. NOW — $595 19M OLOSMOBILE Super 88 4 door, Hydramatic, RAH, new beige paint job. 1956 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 door Holiday Sedan, Hydram.tic, Radio, Heater, Whit*w«ll Tires, Grit n and White color, 195$ iUICK Century 2 Door Hardtop, Automatic Transmis- tien, Radio, Heater, White with Blue top, Unufually Ml theie can carry a 0, W. Warranty OLDSMOBILE BAITS DAU 9 & $«Vth Podg, ALGONA, IOWA Wedding Photography at Its Very Finest Your bridal album captures forever all , the' wonderful moments of that great day of days. It will become one of .your most precious possessions. We work lovingly arid carefully to make it'so. Call us for details. Phone 5-3800 for Information. Algona, Iowa' •• 1963 FORD 2-door 6-cyl. Galaxie, radio, vintage bergundy 1963 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, Beige 1961 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl:, Galaxie, automatic, radio, White 1961 FORD 2-door, 8 cyl., Club Victoria Galaxie Hardtop, automatic, radio, power steering, power brakes, White 1960 FORD <«-door, 8 cyl., Country Sedan 6 pass. Wagon, ' automatic ,radio, Green : ' 1960 FORD Ranch Wagon 4-door, V-8 engine, standard transmission, radio 1960 FORD 2-door, 6-cylinder, Fairlane, Blue 1959 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, Tutone Tan FORD 8 cyl. Country Sedan, 8 passenger Wagon, overdrive, radio, Red FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Fairlane 500, automatic, radio, power steering, Red aV White FALCON 2-door, 6 cylinder, Futura Sport Coupe, automatic, radio, blue 1961 Bvick Convertible Complete with automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, spotless light blue finish, low mileage, perfect condition. 1957 PLYMOUTH 8 cyl. Sport Coupe, Savoy, automatic, Black 1958 MERCURY 4-dopr Station Wagon, automatic, power steering, power brakes, Grey 1959 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radio, Pink and White 1959 EDSEL 4-door, 8 cyl, Ranger, automatic, radio, Green 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800,4-door .automatic, radio, Turquoise A White 1958 MERCURY 4-dr., automatic, radio, power steering, power brakes, power seat,. Red A White 1957 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radio, Tutone . _ .Brown- '..;• "-•'.''. 1955 PONTIAC 4-door, 8 cyl. Star Chief Custom, automatic, power steering, power brakes, Beige 1956 CADILLAC 4-door, full power, 2-tone Blue and White, extra, clean, very sharp mechanically 1960 PLYMOUTH 4-door, 8 cyl., Fury, automatic, radio, power steering, bronte and white 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door 88 Celebrity, automatic, radio, Turquoise 1960 CHEVROLET 4-dr,, 6 cpl. Biscayne, automatic, radio, power steering, Blue A White 1961 COMET 4-door, Station Wagon, radio, Rod 1962 CHEVROLET 2-door, 8 cyl., Bel Air, radio, whit* USED TRUCKS 1964 FORD Econojint Station B y|| Blue 1963 FORD 8 cyl. heavy duty F-600 Truck, Red 1962 FORD I cyl, h**vy duty F-600 Truck, Red I960 FORD « cyl- F-1QQ Pickup, white 1960 IHC Pi«kup, '/2 Ton "GJT YOUR AUTO SHOW TICKETS AT TAYLOR MOTOR CO. — COMING MAY 1-9" Taylor Motor Co. "Friendliness and Courtesy Always" §t|te & Jone* Street* AJgona

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