Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1967
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Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phoft* WM60S MIIMMIMI dtenn f »ch««ef who i» enrolled in summer courses at the State University came home for the weekend and remained till the Fourth, then returned to Iowa City. Mr. and Mr*. Lyle Steele had as guest the former's aunt, Mrs. Amy Hoskins, of Sioux Rapids, who left on Friday, after a week here.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cutler, Cleveland, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne last week. Mrs. Cutler is the former Julia Bourne, a sister of Dr. Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker are now living in the Glenn Jones apaitmcnt on South Jones Street. She is the former Maureen Thilges and they were married on June 17. (Catherine Sorenson, who has taught at Algona High School for some years, moved last week from the Cook Apartment to Mason City where she will be on the Juri; ior College faculty this fall. Mrs. Joe Tsehetter drove to Okoboji Sunday afternoon to serve as a Counselor this week at Freshman Camp at Methodist Camp Grounds. Others serving in the same capacity are Trudy Bartholomew and Shcri Reed-Lawson. The R. I. Mawdsleys are being visited by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wiseman, of Pierre, S. 1).. who arrived Tuesday to remain for a few days. Mrs. Wiseman, a cousin of Mrs. Mawdsley, was the daughter of the Charley Corcys. once of Wesley. The Ray V. Cunningham family of the Doan area attended a family reunion at White Pine State Park, Oregon, 111., a week ago Sunday. They drove to Waterloo on the previous day and picked up Ray's parents to accompany them. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lau left Friday for New Orleans where they are visiting their daughter, Barbara McGregor whose husband is in attendance at Summer School. En- route they stopped in DCS Moincs for a wedding and also to visit another daughter at Newton. Mrs. James Emerson, Boston, the former Ruth Stokes, flew to Boston Sunday after a visit of two weeks here with her father, Guy Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley took her to Mason City airport where they had also met her on arrival there. (l*w*j JULV.-A.Jlig Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks and four children, Omaha, .... were guests last week at the till August 1. C. R. Schoby home, leaving on Monday morning. They were joined on Sunday by Mrs. Schoby's aunt, Mrs. Clifford Bowman of Spencer who came by bus and returned that evening. kee, were at Great Lakes for the graduation from Boot Training on June 21. Mrs. Deim expects to be in Algona Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel spent several days last week at Mitchell, Ncbr. where they visited his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hayes and two of their daughters who live in that area, and the third daughter who was at home on a visit from Richland. Wash. John Wayne marks his 500th motion picture fight in Universal outdoor adventure drama in Technicolor, The War Wagon," a Batjac presentation of a Marvin Schwartz production directed by Burt Kennedy. Kirk Douglas stars with him and the co-stars are Howard Keel, Robert Walker, Keenan Wynn, Bruce Cabot and Joanna Barnes. ALGONA THEATRE —Thursday Thru Saturday Complete Program Begins: 7:00-9:10 "One Million Years B. C." 7:35 - 9:30 —Matinee Saturday at 1:30 —Sunday Complete Program Begins: 1:00 - 3:10-5:10 r 7:109:20 "THE WAR WAGON" 1:303:30 • 5:30 • 7:40 - 9:40 —Monday Thru Wednesday Complete Program Begins: 7:00-9:10 "THE WAR WAGON" 7:309:30 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Knoll, Littleton, Colo., were weekend guests of her brother and his wife, the Lyle R. (Bud) Andersons. Their daughter Valerie visited at the former of an uncle in Sioux Falls while her parents made a business trip and stopped Mrs. Henrietta Bowman, on vacation from Finn's Bakery, returned home Saturday from visits with her children. She accompanied her daughter. Mrs. Clifford Carlson and daughter Cindy, of Wesley to 'Burlington. There they spent four days with another daughter Mrs. Robert Giddings, her husband and children, then at Cedar Rapids visited the son Durwood Bowman and family, for several days. Durwood is employed by the Collins Company. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Me- Arthur drove to Barrington, II11., for the wedding on Saturday, June 24, of Jcanette Gates and Peter Retzlaff, Jr.. which took place at the Salem Evangelical United Brethren Church. While in that area, the McArthurs also visited relatives at Hebron and Ald- ftock Island Railroad nearly 50 years before retirement. He had a fine rock collection which will be - sold and through his life had made a speciality of Bifd. Study, of which he left valuable records which will go to a S. D. college. He was a member of South Dakota Orith- ologists and was a regular contributor to their monthly magazine, Bird 'Notes. A brother, Elmer Peterson, Britt, and a niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, Livermore, were here for the funedal. Will study in French school for four weeks Irvington — Annette Frankl, daughter of the Gerald Frankls, Sioux City, and former residents of Irvington, left Sioux City June 28 with 14 other girls accompanied by a Sister of the Fran- ciscian Order, for Omaha, where they went by jet to New York City. They stayed overnight in New York City, and left the next day by air tot Unddti, England, where The Don Weavers, Pratfie they spent sometime sight- Grove, Ark., who have been seeing They left Londdft for visiting Mrs, Weaver's w> J^u^oft S ^M«1s»^: weeks, After school is but, they plan to touf Rome ' Mrs. Gerald Coleman, Mrs Ed Ditsworth,, Mrs. Florence Colwell, Mrs Herman Drees* Time Weaker, Mason left far home Tuesday. They Italy, Switzerland. They plan were accompanied by Keith to spend two weeks touring. Strayer who they had invited Annette is a granddaughter of Mrs. Marie Frankl, Irving* ton, Mrs. Ronald Waldera went to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday and met her husband who arrived by air from Camp Pendleton, Cailf. July 9 with their son Bobby. They will leave the Verl Patterson's to vacation for a week with them. Mr. Strayer will return home with Brian* sbn of ths Don Weavers, who is coming to this area to visit relatives. The Don Weavers are former residents of this area and Mrs, Tillie Weaver owned and lived a number of years ago on the place just north of Irvington, now owned and Albert Harms and Mrs. Kenneth Roney. f , Sheridan strayef, Charles City, will fill the pulpit in the trvington and Ottosen church' es Sunday, in the absence of his father, Keith Strayer. Vicky Siemers, daughter of the Clarence Siemers, who graduated from Garrigan high school this spring, is now employed at the Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Mason City. Vicky is sharing an apartment with one other Will ICaVC lilc Veil raiLdauii a vi MI v«igt.viif ••***» W»T.BW^« ».. u ail ofm fiu^iiv »».»... «.-~ — where Mrs. Waldera and Bob- occupied by the Leroy Christ- girl, Bernita Johnson, also of Algona, who is going to La by have been making their home, and will drive to Seattle, Wash., where Ronald will report to the navy base July 15. Mrs. Waldera is the former Janice Patterson. Sunday night the Lanny Weils, Chino, Calif., arrived at the Pattersons f6r a few days. The Weils made the decision to come to Iowa ^suddenly and the Pattersons were unaware of their plans until they telephoned from Flagstaff, Ariz. Mrs. Weil is the former Alice Patterson. The George Pertls and son Delond, Armstrong, were Sunday guests at Harold Sabin's. Delond is in the air force, and recently came from Rantoul, 111., air force base. When his • leave is over he will report to a base in California. iansens. _ The Friendly club members James Beauty College there, and families had an annual The Tony Egberts were supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Elbert's sister, the Ray Goodmans, Algona. The Leonard Hansens attended a surprise birthday supper for Richard Yeoman .... . Saturday evening. Others Bend, the Robert Sigsbees, from Algona were Terry and Mari McCullough, Dennis Diane Zwiefel and Nancy Helmke and his fiance, Mrs. Leigh, Ed Berninghaus, Whit- Elizabeth Helmke, all of Al- temore, and Bob and Don- gona, and the Ronald Sabins, had a picnic at Spirit Lake Sunday. Attending guest day at the Burt Presbyterian church picnic at the fairgrounds Sunday. Mary Boldridge, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, the William Boldridges, Algona. The Wayne Smiths, West j from the Irvington church last week Wednesday were na Norcross, LuVerne. A cake was baked and cut in the shape of a stock car by Donna Norcross and decorated by Nancy Leigh. Richard drives No. U stock car in Algona and at Mason City. »-/M»JilIV*«JiJ 11 11J (IllCl h) IU I' IJ ^ VI IV^KlllVVtJ **fc ••%*«•«•« —• • • •— • - . •— here, then they picked her en, 111., and at Walwprth, Wis. up enroute home. WATCH FOR 1968 RCA HOME ENTERTAINMENT LINE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods, a son and daughter, of Buffalo, near Davenport, were Sunday overnight guests at the E. L. Wolcotts. Frank is Mrs. Wolcott's son. Overnight guests there on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. John Waggamon, of Fairfield, who came to see the—women's They also stopped in Bcloit to see cousins, Louise Thompson and Fannie Foster, 88, whom they had earlier planned to visit next fall. Helen Dingley drove to Des Moines Thursday, taking Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardslcy who flew from there to Austin, Texas. A family reunion is [being held there in cele- STARLITE DRIVE-IN —Thursday and Saturday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "Von Ryan's Express 9:15 "The Swinger" 11:30 —Saturday Midnight Show "Flight From Ashiya" 12:50 —Wednesday and Friday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "The Swinger" 9:15 "Von Ryan's Express" 10:55 —Sunday and Tuesday Complete Program Begins: 9:15 "Three On A Couch" 9:30 "The Nanny" 11:30 —Monday and Wednesday Complete Program Begins: 9:15 "The Nanny" 9:25 "Three On A Couch" 11:20 THEATRE AL.GONA , IOW/X Thursday-Friday-Saturday JULY 6-7-8 2Olh Century-Fox pr«i»nl» FRANKSMATRA TREVORHOWARpI ^i^^^^^^^^^H^^H^i^^l^^^^^^H^i^ ^ Thursday - Friday - Saturday JULY 6-7-8 A MARK ROBSpN PRODUCTION COLON BY DC LUXE mother, Mrs. Ila Wheeler, at bration of the 25th wedding St. Ann, where she has been anniversary of the Charles a patient for several weeks, but is now improving. COMING SOON TO . . . TOM'S RADIO & TV Algona John Deim has completed his boot training at Great Lakes and is now at home till July 12 when he will return to that Naval Base to attend 14 weeks of Medical Corpsman's School. His mother, Mrs. John Deim, Ames, and his sister Grctchen, Milwau- CLIP AND SAVE Q Beardsleys, Jr. The daughter Margaret Ann, flew from Maryland and Walter's family were to drive from Midland, Tex. The only one absent is Tom, of Riverside, Calif., who was unable to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Me- Arthur attended funeral services on June 28 at Preston, IIMMMimilHimiMMMtllMlllimMIIMMtNIIMlllllMlinMMHIIHMIMIItl Minn., for a nephew, Steven Miller, who had been killed in Viet Nam on June 19, after leaving, for that war area on May 5. His grandmother. Mrs. Nellie Miller, of Wycoff, Minn., had received a letter from him only a few days before news came telling of his death. Others in attendance at the funeral were: Vivian Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hildman, with daughters Patricia and Kathleen, Burt. SECOND BIG FEATURE "THE SWINGER" —I^MHMBBMBi SATURDAY, JULY 8th MIDNITE SHOW RICHARD WIDMARB 6EOB6E CEASOaS Filmed in PANAVISION Released Him ' . '' ^fEKTMJMOBUHITED ARTISTS 'his IsCAThe Way It Was riLuoi 1U8BT \ JULY MOVIE CALENDAR o z Thursday thru Sunday, June 29—July 2 "ilURRY SUNDOWN" Plus "HIRED K1LLHR" Monday Only — July 3—HiisU to Dawn "UASFUTIN THE MAD MONK" "THE REPTILE". "PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES" "CORDON" Tuesday thru Saturday, July 4-8 Fireworks on July llh Games — Fun — I'rl/cs "VON RYAN'S EXPRESS" Plus "THE SWINGER" Saturday Midnltc Show "FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA" Sunday thru Wednesday, July 9-12 Jerry Lewis in "3 ON A COUCH" Plus "THE NANNY" Thursday thru Saturday, July 13-15 John Wayne In "WAR WAGON" Plus "WHAT'S NEW PUSSY CAT 1 Friday and Saturday, July I4-1S Double Feature Mldnlte Show "DIARY OF A MADMAN" Plui "PSYCHO" Sunday thru Tueiday, July !•-!• "CAST A GIANT SHADOW" Plus "AFTER THE FOX" Wednesday thru Saturday, July 19-22 "RELUCTANT ASTRONAUT" and "TEXAS ACROSS THE RIVER" Mldnlte Show Saturday "MY BLOOD RUNS COLD" Sunday thru Tuesday, July 2J-2S "FISTFUL OF DOLLARS" Plus "FORTUNE COOKIE" Wednesday thru Saturday, July Zi-2» "SHAGGY DOG" Mid •ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR' Sun. thru Wed., July 3»—Auf. 2 Peter Fonda — Nancy Sinatra "THE TRIP" Plus "SECRET AGENT FIREBALL" o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves went to Alexandria, Minn., a week ago Monday with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Mathiasen, of Council Bluffs, and they shared a lake cottage for the week but did not find fishing too good. On Saturday they came to Okoboji and spent the night with the Richard Cooks in their trailer. From there the Math- iasens returned home Sunday and a grandson brought the Hargreaves back to Algona. They are in Des Moines today and Harry is having a routine checkup at Veterans' Hospital. Sunday Ihru Wednesday JULY 9-10-11 -12, Recreated! ? as never beforel with .all its realism! savagery and! scenic splendors! captured on the Giant Screen in breathtaking COLOR by De Luxe.l ANOTHER MEMO»*M9j!yiliAV»s PORTRAIT ! STARRING IWIEIKM 5crH<npl,iy by inrans - at STARLITE DRIVE IN THEATRE - KM* CLIP AND SAVE CLIP AND SAVE JULY MOVIE CALENDAR I Thurs. thru Sat., Junr 29—July I • Vat Boonc in "PERILS OF PAULINE" Sunday thru Wednesday, July 2-5 Elvis Presley in "EASY COME EASV GO" Matinee Tuesday, July 4th Thursday thru Saturday, July 6-8 "ONE MILLION YEARS B.C." Sunday thru Wednesday, July 9-12 John Wayne — Kirk Douglas in "WAR WAGON" Thursday thru Saturday, July 13-15 Hugh O'JJrian in "AFHICA, TEXAS STYLK" Sunday thru Wednesday, July 19-19 Bob Hope — Phyllis DiUer in "EIGHT ON A LAM" Thursday thru Saturday, July 29-22 Walt Disney'* •ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR' and "THE SHAGGY DOG" Sunday thru Wednesday, July 23-24 Doris Day in "CAPRICE" Thursday thru Saturday, July 27-29 Peter Fonda — Nancy Sinatra in "THE TRIP" Sun. thru Wed., July 39—Aug. 2 Sandy Dennis In "UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE" n *5 > 9 S? - at ALGONA THEATRE - CUP AND SAVE After an absence of more than two weeks, Mrs. Sid Spear came home Friday evening. She traveled by bus, going first to Barrington, 111., for the wedding of a granddaughter, Beth Bat-tells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bartells, to Robert Brewer. The ceremony took place Saturday evening, June 17 at Salem Evangelical United Brethren Church. Following the ceremony, Mrs. Spear accompanied her son Elmer Lattimer's family to Highland, Ind. After a few days there she visited another daughter, Betty, in Chicago and then was in Rockford at the home of her brother Hugo Hans, before coming home, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shifts were accompanied by Mrs. R. 0. Bjustrom and Mrs. Lyle Mathes to Boone on Sunday for an Open House at the Eastern Star Home to which three of Iowa's districts of OES were invited, Mrs. Shilts 1 being one of them. Mrs. W. C. Dewel went with the ambulance to Clear Lake, S. D., where a service was held on Wednesday for her brother, Alfred Peterson, 87, with a second service being held here on Thursday at McCulloughs. Pallbearers were: Wilbur Zeigler, William Runchey, Wayne Smith, Douglas Wildin, Lloyd Wellendorf, and Anton Didriksen. The deceased had worked for the Nanny had btw m the family Sunday Ihru Wednesday JULY 9-10-U -12 rmr wvww in turn. Nairn mail responsible ...m SOU KIRK DOUGLAS 2a as ilLLIAM DIX and PAMELA FRANKLIN - jii'if swiffiR-SETH HOLT a. tht Children (kSEVEdMIS-HM«»EI1FIU)HWOWIWl SECOND BIG FEATURE ROLLS AND THE SCREEN Playing Threezy Isn't Easy... J But It's COLUMBIACOLM iMMETUEKH ^Mr^lrTUP* JIBHFWIPV DMACUUCH " (A JERRY LEWS PRODUCTION) TECHNICOLOR

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