6-Algona (la.) Upptr DM Meln* Thursday, Nov. 10, 1966 AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHffiRK MR. AMD MRS. Carl Morck, Sr. returned Monday after spending from Friday at Rapids* where they closed their summer home for the winter. MR. AND MRS. Kenton tome r fall and little Kim spett the weekend here ".here they visited their respective parents, Mr. tad Mrs. If jnmerfall and Mr. tad Mrs. Frank Moulton. Other guests of Mr, and Mrs. Montton were their daughter, Sue, student at Cornell at Mt. Vernon, and her roommate, Sharon McElroy. MRS. ELGIN Allen spent frod Thursday until Saturday in Ma*M City where she underwent surgery. MIKE POTTER, 10, underwent extensive leg surgery Friday at Grand Rapids, Mich. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Potter of Nevada, and the grandson of Dr. and Mrs. A, J. Eason and Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter. MR. AND MRS. Craig Smith returned last weekend after a six-week vacation trip. They visited at Winona, Minn., Chicago, in Maryland and ten days at Myrtle Beach, So. Car. They visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Plummer, at Wilmington, Delaware. They also spent five days in New York City where they visited a sister of Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Ruth Corcoran. While they were in Washington, D. C., Congressman Stanley Greigg's secretary escorted them through the House of Representatives. They attended several Notre Dame football games. MRS. DELLA McCullough will be hostess to the Delphian Society Tuesday. Presenting the program will be Mrs. Joe Lowe, who will talk about her recent trip to Europe, with emphasis on the city of Florence, Italy, about which she will show slides. With the recent floods there, this will be most appropriate. MIKE NAVOICHICK, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Navol- chick, has been promoted to Specialist 5th Class in the Army. He is located at Fairbanks, Alaska, and will have been there one year on Nov. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Navoichick will leave tomorrow (Fri.) for LaCrosse, Wise, where they will visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Funk. The group will attend the football game at LaCrosse. GUESTS OF Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson this weekend will be his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Erickson of Minneapolis. Eftherville Junior College, and Lynne Norton, student in beauty culture at Mason City, will spend the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Norton. MR. AND MRS. Mel Bay returned recently after visiting their daughter Sandra, and fcmiljr, Lt. and Mrs. Herbert Bryant at Jacksonville, Fla. They also visited another daughter, Kathy, and husband, Ensign and Mrs. Robert Percival, Newport, Rhode Island. Sally Bay, another daughter and student at St. Dial College in Northfield, Minn., recently spent her quarterbreak with her parents. Guest was a schoolmate, Mele Howland of Bremerton, Wash. Both girls had participated In the foreign exchange student program. Miss Bay was in Spain and Miss Howland in India. MRS. LAURA G. Hough returned Saturday after 2 1/2 weeks visiting her aunt, Mrs. Don McKahan and other relatives near Indianapolis, Ind. On her return trip, she visited briefly with her son Bob Holcomb at Iowa City, where he is a senior majoring in political science at the University. MARY LOUISE Miller spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller. She is a student at Drake University in Des Moines, with a major in elementary education. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Miller, Waldorf, Minn. MRS. CLARIS Kresensky was released from St. Ann hospital where she was confined for several days following a pneumonia infection. WEBB FOWLERhasundergone surgery at Rochester, Minn. A NUM BER of Algona attorneys attended a tax institute at Webster City last Thursday. They included Don Hutchison, Jim Andreasen, Russell Buchanan, Joe Lynch, Joe Straub, H. F. (Doc) Frlstedl, H. W. Miller, Lou Nitchals, Verne McClue, David Shumway, and James McMahon. MR. AND MRS. Kirk Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook attended the Drake-North Texas football game in Des Moines recently. DR. AND MRS. J. B. Harris, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Steve R. George spent last weekend in Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Milton Norton recently spent the week-end at Vermillion, South Dakota, where they visited his sister, Eleanor Norton, retired dean of women at the University of South Dakota. LESLIE NORTON, student at MR. AND MRS. Don Ferris will leave tomorrow (Fri.) to spend the weekend in Chicago and South Bend, Ind. where they will attend the Notre Dame-Duke football game Saturday. Social Club In Portland Names Officers PORTLAND - Four Corner Social Club met Tuesday in the home of Agnes Steward. Eight members answered roll call. Virginia Trenary was a guest. After old and new business was discussed, there was an election of officers. Velma Nelson was elected president, Agnes Stewart, vice president, Leita Phelps, secretary - treasurer. Agnes Stewart and Hazel Carroll were put on the calling committee. An early Christmas party was planned to be held in the home of Hazel Ruse, Nov. 29. We will reveal our Secret Sisters with a 50? gift. Each member will bring sandwiches / cookies, candy or anything good to eat. The club Christmas dinner will be held Dec. 6 in the Portland Community Hall at noon. Each to bring a hot dish, dessert, sandwiches, napkins and own dishes. It was also decided that the club give $5 to the Tree of Lights and $5 to the Retarded Children at Algona for Christmas. - o - Mrs. Edmund Larson attended the funeral Friday for Mrs. Frank Davidson, Mankato, a former Algona resident. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett were Sunday dinner guests in the Andrew Hanson home at Swea City. Betty Hanson was home from Iowa City where she is taking pre-nursing for the weekend. The election board, Lloyd Bartlett, Donald Ringsdorf. and Bernard Phelps, substituting for Glen Larsen, attended the school of instruction at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson attended a housewarming at Alvin Andreasen home in Algona Sunday evening. Fourteen neighbors and friends gathered for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf visited Donald's mother, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf, Sunday evening in the Heridage Rest Home, Bancroft. It seemed to them she was some better. Mrs. Ringsdorf suffered a stroke in her home several days ago. Her brother Mr. and Mrs. Davison and Keith Davison of Osceola came Saturday afternoon to see her. .They returned home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson and boys of Louisiana are here visiting relatives and friends. They were Tuesday supper guests in the P. W. Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister were guests Parents Day at Upper Iowa University at Fayette Saturday. They got there for the morning registration at nine and the noon luncheon and were guests in the afternoon at a football game between William Penn and Upper Iowa, Upper Iowa winning 60 - 20. Immed- for a special Christmas... Make this the Christmas you'll always remember by giving a beautiful diamond to the one who means so much. Call our store now and make an appointment for a private showing in our exclusive new diamond room. Over 90 styles of quality Kaynar diamonds — including the famous Marquise cut. Call today for a showing. A Jmsjll (town Payment & Your Good Credit Rating Entitles Yew ?• Yf*r Chalet Of 90 Style* Of Diamond Rings. Rusk Drug & Jewelry lately following the game, they enjoyed tea in the president's home, Dr. and Mrs. Garbe. In the evening they attended a Talent Show. Remain: :.„ for the night in Fayette, they returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monte and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret were Sunday dinner guests in the parental P. W. aiarlow home. Douglas John Harms, 2 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. Harms, has been in St. Ann hospital since Thursday with what started with a sore throat, sending his temperature up to 105 degrees. Mrs. Forest Willis of Titonka accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spear Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith visited the Belmond area recently and stopped to visit the Linsworth Petersons at Britt. "One way to sate money -retreat instead of charging." "tout* Cottnty'i Favorite Newspaper" 80 Percent The United Fund here hit 80 percent of its $15,400 goal tor 1967, according to dfficttfe this wee*. The totM does nol Include all of the residential area of the city. Let TAYLOR MOTOR CO. give you your Christinas Shopping money this year! * * * * * * ,:•* * "TAYLOR CHRISTMAS BOCKS" with every used car sold from now until December 231 The folks at Taylor Motor Co. are going to help y 9 u pay for your Christmas Shopping in Algona . . . with FREE "Taylor Christmas Bocks" with each used car sold at Taylor's beginning today and continuing through Friday, Dec. 23. Here's how it works ... you buy a Used Car at Taylor's at their usual LOW, LOW PRICE . . .then Taylor's gives you "Christmas Bucks" to spend in Algona . . . if tho TRADE DIFFERENCE between your cars is $1100, you get $75 "TAYLOR CHRISTMAS BUCKS" that are worth $75 in trade at ANY ALGONA STORE . . . you can even spend it at our competitors if you like. The higher priced used cars will get more Taylor Christmas Bucks with them. Remember — it's the difference in your trade that decides ^SmSlI l Sl/ l B V S:?* t M* A t L TAYL ° R ? HURISTMAS BUCKS MUST BE ADEEMED AND SPENT IN ALGONA NO LATER THAN ON CHRISTMAS EVE, DEC. 24." You can spend them for anything, anywhere or anytime until Dec. 24. And here's an idea — give Mom a Taylor Guaranteed Used Car and then you'll still have some Taylor Christmas Bucks *b add • little extra perfume, lingerie or maybe some jewelry. . Redeemable ONLY in NO.. ...ii . —. .— — — . ..—.^— . .•,, r-.*— ar-^-^^^T^J-i-^-UJ^^^y^lJO^Jlgg^l^^ (This Bill Is Sample Only - Not Negotiable) NAME. ADDRESS. These "TAYLOR CHRISTMAS BUCKS" are 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 Here's what we'll give you... $ 250 to $ 500 Used Car (Trade Difference) 5 501 to $1000 Used Car (Trade Difference) '1001 to $1500 Used Car (Trade Difference) '1501 and up Used Car (Trade Difference) $ 20 "Taylor Bucks" S 50 "Taylor Bucks" S 75 "Taylor Bucks" $100 "Taylor Bucks" Motor Company "FORD & MERCURY SALES ft SERVICE"
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