The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1966 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 23, 1966
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25 Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1966 Afgona, (la.) Upper Oes MelnM-9 Eugene Minards, Algona, will observe their silver wedding' aaniversary with an open house, Sunday, Nov. 27, at their home at* 400 N. Roan St., Algona. Their children will be hosts. They are Don Minard, Mrs. Larry Reefer and George and Janette, all of Algona. Mrs. Don Grant, No. Car. will not be able to attend. They invite; their relatives, friends and neighbors to attend. Brother Of Whittemore Man Dies, Indiana WHITTEMORE-Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Siems and Mrs. Lydia WiChtendahl left Thursday for Evansville; irid. where they attended the 'funeral of Werner Siems, 63, Saturday. tyerner Siems was the son of the 1 ; late Mr. and Mrs. Chris Siems and was born two miles east of Whittemore. He attended St. Paul Lutheran school and graduated from Concordia Teacherg College'in River Forest, HI.,. June, 1923, and has been teaching in Redeemers Elementary^ school in Evansville ever since. He had been ailing for several years. He is survived by his vafe, three daughters and a son. One brother, Erwin of here, and three sisters, Mrs. Dora Haack of Fenton, 'Lydia "Wichtendahl of Whittemore,! Mrs.. ;Noah Reisner of Lotts Gre6k;'ahd a sister-in- law, Mrs. FriedaSiems of Fenton also survive. One brother, George, and a sister, Esther, preceded him in death. ;V , -o' James Schultz purchased Mrs'. Qlara Vaudt's home and will take possession Dec. 15. James is employed with the State Highway Commission out of Whittemore. Ralph Walker sold his farm three miles north and a half mile east of Whtttemore to Silas Metzger of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Walker will move Dec. 1 to their home which they pur-" chased in the fall of 1965. Mrs. Forrest Gilmore, Mrs. Thomas Dunphy and Margeurite Heinrich were honored with a birthday party at the home of Mrs. Gilmore. Others present were Mrs;- 1 Arthur Heidenwith and Dorothy Rosendahl. The evening was spent playing cards and a lunch was served. - At the Thomas Dunphy home Sunday evening in Honor of Mrs. Dunphy's Ibirthday, which was Saturday, i v were M:r. and Mrs. Arthur Gacfe of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade and Paul, Mr. and : Mp. Arthur Heidenwith and Dorothy Rosendahl. Mr. and Mrs. William Gade and daughter and Mrs, Willetta Bierstedt were afternoon callers. The evening was/; spent playing cards. \ The American Legioft Auxiliary meeting was held Monday evening. Gifts were brought arid sent to the gift shop at Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Gifts were sent to the child at Glenwood. Court whist was played. Mrs. Theresa Hyink won high, Mrs. Leona Streit, low, and M-s. Ella Kollasch, door prize. Holy Name Society of St. Michael's parish held their meeting Tuesday night. Election of officers took place. New officers are Vern Mueller, president; Norman Lane, vice president; Maurice Fickbohm, Jr., secretary; Edward Berte, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Simon- s6n and the former's mother, Mrs. Eida Simonson, attended the funeral of Herbert Halverson, 76, brother-in-law of Mrs. Eida Simonspn, who died of a heart attack. ". Mr; arid Mrs. Roger Dreyer and family of Sioux City, spent the weekend here at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and with Mr. Dreyer's mother, Mrs. Alvina Dreyer, Fenton. Leo J. Elbert was the winner of the shot gun given at the Legion party Tuesday evening. Homemakcrs At Lone Rock Plan Meeting ;; LOJifjE ROCK- Fenton Town- . ship Homemakers club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Clair Bollinger of Lone Rock. Sixteen ladies attended the afternoon meeting where they made plans for their Christmas meeting which will be held at the home of Mrs* Roy Jensen, with Neva Thompson assisting. The December meeting will be held Dec. 16 and it will be a pot luck at 12:30. There, will be a gift exchange of a homemade gift, and fruit will be packed to be given as gifts in the community. The •lesson for the ..meeting Friday was given by Harriet Bollinger. Mrs. Roy Bierle was assistant Hostess. - o - •Curtis Olson manager of the Lone Rock Telephone Co. had an appendectomy Thursday morning at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. He mil be hospitalized until early next week. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry D. Sims and four children arrived this weejc at the home of her parents, the Jolm Newbroughs in Phoenix, Ariz.! IfThey have spent the past four ye&rs in Turkey and will be stationed at Miami, Florida, after a 30-day leave. Mrs. Sims is the former Janet Newbrough, grandaugtfter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and the late Mr. and Mrs. Lem Marlow, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Jensen of Hackensack, Minn, are visiting friends in the Lone Rock area. Tney arrived Wednesday and will stay in Lone Rock until Saturday at which time they will leave for Muscatine to visit their daughters there before returning to Minn. Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained a few friends Thursday in honor of M:s. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus spent from Thursday until Sunday in Atloona where they visited Mr, and Mrs. Ed Moore, in Centerville at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Halsrud and at their son's home in Garner, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus. Lone Rock Presbyterian Church has scheduled a Thanksgiving service on Thursday at 9:30 and have also planned the annual Sunday School Christmas service for the Sunday evening before Christmas, Dec. 18. The program is entitled "Christmas is a Miracle' , the first rehearsal will be Nov. 30 at the church at 4 p.m. The Clarence Kraft family left for Evansville, Ind., Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Kraft's father. Mrs. Curtis Olson and children returned home Sunday after spending the weekend with her sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Jack' Henry in' Eagle Grove, while Mr. Olson is hospitalized at Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge. Sunday, the Olsons were guests at the homeofMrs. Olson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tegland of WEXL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS MONDAY, NOV. 28 Watch For Qwr Grand Opening The Near Future Belmond, for an early Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained the E.M. Jensens, Willis Cottons and Roy Jensens Saturday for a breakfast. The E. M. Jensens left Saturday for a months visit with their daughters in Muscatine before returning to their home at Hac* kensack, Minn. Call Attention To Special Election BURT - An election for a Board of Education for the new proposed 5-county area Vocational School and Community Col* lege will be held on Thursday, Dec. 29. At this time one director from the area of Algona Burt, and LuVerne, will be elected to serve on the board. Anyone interested in filing for this position, can secure nomination papers from the office of Supt. Quintard, Kossuth County Superintendent of Schools. Nomination papers must be filed by noon, Dec. 9. In Burt, voting will take place at the City Hall. Night Owls The Algona Promenade rs will be hosting their 3rd annual Night Owl square dance Saturday, Nov. 26. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. at the VFW hall and end at 5 a.m. Warren Howies, Grand Junction and Cliff Haley, Indianola, will be calling. All square dincers and spectators are welcome. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO, TisirsfATf TEL, 295*3549 ALGONA WE HAVE A SELECTION OF HOMES IN ALL PRICE RANGES s - -*f, Less Than $5,000 2-story home located iq the near-east part of town. Fixed If up nicely on the inside. ..NEW LISTING — A huge, shaded lot with a panoramic * view. 3-bedrooms and full bath. PRICED TO SELL. $5,000 - $10,0ft Older 3 bedroom, 2-story, spacious closets, remodeled ^kitchen with built-in cupboards and dinette. Water softener, gas furnace. This home is well worth the price; asked. '•% Noftii Jone&Street, older 2-story house:. WithyZ-bedrooms- j^and-full bath ubstairs and one bedroom and ^j twiith down.: • Lots of good closet space. This home is another that is- priced right. •, NEW LISTING — Older home, 2 story with unattached garage. Located in east part of tcjwn. NEW LISTING — 2nd house east of St. Cecelia s school. V Older 2-story home with years of living comfortably at a very reasonable price. $10,000 • $15,000 A colonial 2-story home with attached garage, and fenced If in back yard. The location is tremendous. Living room, dining room, kitchen downstairs. 3 bedrooms upstairs. Large, gracious 2-story home. With solid oak interior and " fireplace. Situated in the south part of town on a beautiful shaded corner-lot. P NEW LISTING — 3 bedroom home with new aluminum siding, combination; immediate possession. Let us show you this one. $15,000 • $20,000 New 3-bedroom ranch style home with attached '"garage, screened-in porch, beautiful and efficient kitchen. A stately older home with 3 bedrooms and 2 full fbaths. New kitchen with the convenience of plenty of dining area, TV room, too. 2- story home in shaded addition. 4-bedrooms kand 1 1/2 baths. Bright basement. 1 1/2 car garage. $20,000 • And Up East part of town, split-level, new home. On ^•corner lot. Everything new, convenient and well planned. .Beautifully landscaped,3-bedroom ranch style home with a lovely kitchen. East part of town. 3-bedroom ranch style home with a pastoral. Insetting yet local only 5 blocks from couri nouse. Only 1 year old and has comforts of a new modern and well planned home. New modern split level with 6 bedrooms. Im- Kmense living room, designers kitchen with all extras. Just built and on the market, NEW LISTING — 3-bedroom ranch style home K\vith a recreation room in basement. Paneled • .family-dining room. Located near 1 St. Cecelia's and Trinity Lutheran churches, . TWO NEW LISTINGS - Now under construction, 2 homes l^that can be finished to your heart's desire. Select the colors, draperies, and carpeting that you like. RICKLEFS - GEELAN REAL ESTATE ARNIE RICKLgFS Phone 295-2170 MIDGE KUESTER, Sales Phone 295-327) JIM GEELAN Phone 295-3829 4 Portable ZENITH TV's ALL YOU NEED TO REGISTER IS A CORRECT DRIVER'S LICENSE . . . REGISTER AT GARAGE OR IN SERVICE STATION Register at station or garage for one of .four Zenith portable television sets to be given away on December 24. Jf XSH pupate or take delivery of a new or used car between November 7 and December 24, you also win $100, if you are also one of portable T-V winners. OUR COFFEE POT IS ALWAYS ON! Stop In Garage And Enjoy A Free Cup TIRE SALE NOW ON All Tires Purchased Are Balanced FREE On Our ' New Tire Balancer The Cleanest Used Cars In North Iowa ALL SIZES MUD& SNOW TIRES in stock CUT THIS OUT AND BRING WITH YOU - IT'S WORTH $1 ON EACH TIRE PURCHASED THROUGH NOV. 30,1966 - ONE SLIP TO EACH CUSTOMER PRESENT AT TIME OF PURCHASE Name Address Phone No. 1 1966 CADIUAC Calait, 2-dr. hardtop, full power, air conditioning, 19,000 miles. 1965 BUICK LeSabre, 4 door hardtop, power steering and brakes, air conditioning, 12,000 miles, beige in color. 1965 CADILLAC Fleetweed, 4 dr. full power, 4 new tires, low mileage. 1965 BUICK Electro convertible with full power and air conditioned. Dark turquoise w/white top. 11,000 actual miles 1965 BUICK Special, 4-door sedan, one owner, low mileage, V-6, R & H, 3 speed trans. 1965 BUICK Riviera 2-door hardtop, power steer- Ing, power brakes. 1965 CHEVROLET Impala, 2- dr. hardtop, V-8 automatic, new tires, black in color. 1965 BUICK LeSabre, 4-door sedan, power steering and brakes, maroon in color with white top. 1964 PONTIAC Catalina, 4- door hardtop, V-8 and 235 horsepower, uses reg, gas. Power steering and brakes. Beige in color. 1964 CHEVROLET Impala 4- dr., power steering and brokes, factory air conditioning. 11964 PONTIAC Starchier, pwr. steering & brakes, light blue in color. 1964 FORD Custom, V-8, 4- dr. R & H, auto., black in color. 1963 CHEVROLET Impala Super Sport, 2 dr. hardtop, four on the floor, bucket seats, white in color.' 1963 PONTIAC Bonnevllle 4- door hardtop. Dark turquoise in color with vinyl interior. Equipped with power steering & brakes radio and heater automatic. 1963 DODGE, 2 dr. hardtop, GT, 6 cyl., red in color and interior, w/bucket seats, 3 speed trans. 1962 BUICK Electro 225, 4-dr. power steering and brakes, electric, seat, champaine in color. 1962 BUICK LeSabre, 4 door hardtop, power steering and brakes, coral in color. 1962 CHEVROLET, 4-dr. sedan, V-8, automatic. 1962 CHEVROLET 9-passenger Station Wagon, V-8, Power Glide trans. 1962 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic "B8", 4-dr. power steering and power brakes, dr. hardtop, V-8 and brakes, factory air con- 1960 CHEVROLET Station Wa. gon, 6 cyl., automatic trans., new tires, very very clean, tires. 1960 BUICK, 2 dr. hardtop. Full power, Two-tone green. IN STOCK - NEW BUICKS - PONTIACS - CADILLACS No Salesmen or Salesmen's Commissions To Pay -* You deal direct with owners and save I SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTiRS BUICK ... PONTIAC ... CADIUAC ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-3591

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