The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1965 · Page 11
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CLUBS Mis. Nancy MorfaU was hostess ito her sewing club Tuesday.. Mrs. Ted Larson entertained heir bridge club Wednesday afternoon. DINNER GUESTS Rev. and Mrs. G. Hallauer, Spencer,. and Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson. The Hallauer s are former Algonans and Rev. Hallauer was pastor of the Congregational church. - o- HAVE POT-LUCK A neighborhood pot -luck supper was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larsons. It is quite a large group which gets together at intervals. ctet-y METHODIST PLANS Members of the W. S. C. S. and Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist church of Algona will participate this week in one of the most important annual observances of Methodist women throughout America. It is the "Call to Prayer and Self-Denial." More than 1,700,000 in 36,000 local women's societies and Guilds in all 50 states will join in the observance. For 1965 the theme is "Attempt Great Things for God." A Sacrificial Breakfast and Quiet Day service will be held at 9:30 Oct. 28 in the church dining room. An offering is given to cover various projects. This year they are overseas medical missions to help furnish inservice training for nurses, medicines and hospital equipment, and phases along this line too numerous to mention. CARD CLUB Mrs. Bertha Pommer entertained her card club Wednesday. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Harvey Rath's birthday was observed Thursday by Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, Mrs. Christine Didriksen, Mrs. M. H. McEnroe and Jessie Sarchet, who provided the pot-luck lunch. The time was spent socially. - o - FATHER IS 94 Mrs. William Ringgenberg spent Friday at Blue Earth, Minn, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tuttle. Mr. Tuttle, who was recently dismissed from the hospital, was 94 years old Friday and Mrs. Ringgenberg spent the day with him. - o - HOSTS CLUBS Mrs. James Kolp will be hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. The following Tuesday she will be entertaining her sewing club. - o - ATTEND MEETING L. C. W. of the First Lutheran church held an area district meeting Tuesday at Fort Dodge, in attendance were Mrs. William Baker, Mrs. Pete Halsrud, Mrs. Albert Olson, Mrs. Miles Soniker, Mrs. Bless Rusk, Mrs. Emma Hagg, Mrs. Ernie Georg, Mrs. Wallace Simpson, Mrs. Jack Schulz, Mrs. Paul Lemkee, Mrs. Robert Lorenz and Mrs. Ralph Markla. - o - PRISCILLA GROUP Priscilla group of the First Lutheran church meets Tuesday at 8. Hostesses are Mrs. Raymond Gilbert and Mrs. Kenneth Seely. - o - BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken went to Jefferson last Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mittag. It was an observance of his birthday which is a week later but other commitments made it necessary to meet on this date. - o - DAUGHTER CAPPED Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt went to Ames Saturday to spend Par- SHOP FOR USED CARS ... AND TRUCKS UNDER THE NEW SIGN TODAY 3*11 WE'VE GOT A FINE SELECTION OF LATE MODEL CARS ON OUR LOT NOW. STOP IN AND TAKE A LOOK - WE'RE SURE TO HAVE JUST WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR MAYBE THE 1965 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-DOOR SEDAN, V8, WITH POWERGLIDE, RADIO, TINTED GLAS AND BEIGE COLOR, SHOWN ABOVE, IS THE ONE FOR YOU. IT'S PRICED AT A LOW - $2,295. f SPECIAL -4 DINNERS AT CHARLIES' SUPPER CLUB SOUTH OF I ALGONA WITH ANY USED CAR OR TRUCK PURCHASE OVER $500, I'c. 1964 COMET 2 door Hardtop, V8, Automatic trans. Power Steering & Brakes, Radio, Tinted glass, Red color. --------- $1750 1964 DODGE Polard Convertible, V8 engine, Automatic Trans., Pwr. Steering & Brakes, Radio, Tinted Glass, Whitewalls, Bucket Seat and Console option. Less than 20,000 miles. -— ....... - 1962 1962 1962 CHEVROLET 4 D«or Bel Air. V8 engine, Powerglide, Radio, Tinted Glass. WW tires. Black color with red interior. ---- $1175 BUICK LeSafare 4 door Hardtop, V8 engine with all power equipment, Radio, Tinted Glass. White color. EXTRA SHARP. $1295 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4 door sedan. 6 cyl. engine, standard transmission, Radio, Tinted Glass. White color ----- _- $1075 : CHEVROLET B«l Air 4 door 6 passenger Station Wagon. V8 engine, Powerglide transmissipn. LOW Mileage. Extra clean with low mileage. „„-.._. ~,.~^.,- $1425 1961 CHEVROLET Impale 4 door sedan. V8 en. \ gine, automatic transmission. Beige colpr \ !yith Fown interior NICE. — — $1075 1961 \RAMBIER 4 door Station Wagon. 6 cyl. Vngine, standard transmission, Radio, : ,fin%d Glatt. Green. This is one of extra dean low mileage wnits. ........ $795 1960 CORVAIR 700 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission, radio, low mileage, a real runner. Green color. $625 1960 CHEVROLET Biscayne 2 door sedan, 6 cyl. engine, automatic trans,, radio, low mileage. Engine just overhauled. White. $695 1959 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4 door sedan. 6 cyl. engine, standard trans., Radio. — $495 1959 BUICK LeSabre 2 door Sport Coupe. V8, Power Steering, Automatic, Radio. White color. REAL SUCK. $495 1959 FORD 2 door Hardtop Convertible. EXTRA, EXTRA CLEAN V8, Automatic Trans. Has to be seen to be believed. ___ $575 1958 FORD 4 door sedan. V8, Automatic, Radio, 1 Owner. $295 TRUCKS 1961 INTERNATIONAL'/2 ton Pickup. V8 engine. 3 speed transmission. Radio, Heavy duty front and rear spring. Wide box. Low mileage. $1075 1961 CHEVROLET '/» ton Pickup, 6 cylinder, 3 speed transmission. $975 1955 FORD \t ton PUkyp. 3 speed. _.. $375 QUALITY USED CAR BANK RATE « TRUCK WARRANTY FINANCING Elvin Prosley in "Harom Searum" Coming to the Algona Theatre Sunday Co-starring Mary Ann Mobley. Fran Jeffries & Michael Ansara Thursday, October 28, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Dej Moinw-11 KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 $| HAU AlOONA, IOWA PHONI 2954554 ••••••••••••••i B i BBilHB9MiMV>BI9B>BBBBBBB9BBBBBBB>BBBBBBBBBHBBIIBBBBBi ents Day with their son Alan, a student at the University. From there they went to Iowa City to attend the capping, Sunday, of their daughter, Betty, who is attending the State University of Iowa school of nursing. - o - BIBLE CLASS Bible study class met Wednesday at the Methodist church. Mrs. Webb Fowler was the teacher. - o - MR. AND MRS. FermanHeinen were visited Saturday and over night by Mr. and Mrs. Larry St. John, Moorland. MR. AND MRS. Merle Chamberlain and Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinen went to Mason City Thursday to see Mount Kinseth at Park hospital. ; MR. AND MRS. George Heinen lyent to Fort Dodge Thursday tifa visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Huen. .' .,' .,;.:. ..'/.;, JERRY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pilcher is in service and left Oct. 4 for training at Lackland Field, Tex. WENDELL FEASTER has taken over management of the Hutzell Cities Service station. Floyd Hutzell is teaching liberal arts at Sentral school. MR. AND MRS. Evert Richardson, who moved to Riverside, Calif, four years ago, are here visiting his father Wylie Richardson and brother Paul and wife. They are also spending some time with friends in the vicinity. HUGH BLACK, Louise and Jimmie, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf, Mike, Tony and Mary Ann of New Haven are going to McGregor with Mr. Black's camper and will spend from Friday till 'Sunday there and perhaps other places along the Mississippi. MRS. HAROLD Hobson and daughter, Mrs. Harold Schumacher of Whittemore, spent Wed. at Marcus with friends. MRS. MARIE Kunz has returned from Rochester and Minneapolis, after a few days spent there, going first to Rochester and joining her cousin Esther Burke and going then to the Radisson Hotel where they attended "The Golden Strings." MRS. FLOYD Turner returned Sunday from Des Moines where she visited her daughters, Mrs. Ruby Walton and Mrs. Marjorie Apple. Her grandson, Richard Apple, student at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, came here to spend the weekend with her. MR. AND MRS. James Merryman have been visited by the latter's mother, Mrs. Bernice Terry, Milford. She also spent time with Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman and Mrs. Irene Spurgeon, sister of Mr. Merryman. MRS. FREDA Nicol, Milford, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman Tuesday en route home from Mason City. MRS. JOHN Ramus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau, .is, fining her husband at.SJt., Joseph, , Mo. where he .has been stationed a few weeks and will probably be there several more weeks. She has closed he r apartment at Garner and will be at St. Joseph during her husband's stay there. He is a relief depot agent. MR. AND MRS. Ted Larson are leaving Nov. 1 to spend the winter at Clearwater, Fla. This has been their custom for the past few years and they rent the same apartment each year. During their absence they have their home here looked after by a friend. Mr. and Mrs. Larson spent three days last week at Okoboji with Mrs. Andrew Vest- ergaard. Kossuth Demos Plan To Hear Veep On Nov. 13 Vice-president Hubert H. Saturday OCT. 30 II p.m. '"Won Of • DOORS QPiN AT 1Q;3Q _P Humphrey will be In Des Moines on the evening of November 13, 1965 for a statewide Iowa Democratic Party dinner to be held at the Veterans Auditorium, said Joe Straub, chairman of the Koe- suth County Central committee. Tickets tor Vice-President Humphrey's dinner are available from all Kossuth County Central Committee officers. In addition to the county chairman, they are Ruth Hurlburt of Swea City and Lavonne Lindhorst and Lawrence Winkel of Algona. Also selling tickets to the dinner are Florence Studer, Lu- Verne; Ray Steven, Corwith; Pat Bradley, Hurt; Mary Gengler, Whittemore; and Ray Thilgesj, THURSDAY thru SATURDAY"Finger on the Trigger" 7:30 only. "Taffy and the Jungle Hunter" 9:05 only. Saturday Halloween Costume Party on Stage. Matinee at 1:30, on screen "Taffy and the Juncle Hunter" plus 6 Color Cartoons. Saturday Midnite Spook Halloween show at 11:00 p. m. SUNDAY - "Harum Searum" 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:35-9:35 MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY"Harum Searum" 7:35-9:35. SAT. MAT. AT 1:30 Come Early For Choice Seats!' ALGONA KIP046S I..WANT FUN ?... ATTEND QUO BIO- r i k^ FREE COCA COLA TO EVERYONE 1 i FREE COCA COLA* TO EVERYONE \ AND THE JUNGLE HUNTER 99 RIGHT OUT OF A JUNGLE BOOK OF ADVENTURE! 5 • ON OUR STAGE • AT 1:30 P. M. - COCA COLA HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST 9 BIG PRIZES TO THE WINNERS OF THE FOLLOWING AGE GROUPS: 2 THRU 5 YRS.; 6 THRU 9 YRS.; 10 YRS. AND OLDER 3 PRIZES TO EACH AGE GROUP THRU THE COURTESY OF COCA COLA CO. WIN 6 PACKS OF COCA COLA PLUS FREE PASSES TO A FUTURE SHOW Xldi«» - All Thi» For Only 50e - Adults - 75e THUR. thru SAT. OCTOBER 28-30 "KEEP YOUR EYE OH THE INDIANS AND YOUR FINGER ON THE TRIGGER!" ,,,, RORY CALHOUN TICHNISCOPt TECHNICOLOR ALGONA RIGHT OUT OF A JUNGLE BOOK OF ADVENTURE! AND THE JUNGLE HUNTER", EHNICOlir SUN. thru WEDNESDAY, Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 08! a ,*, •0!^£f- •* IK9 %P^0' «*»ni.OR Hi

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