Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1967
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trrrrri-iTM 111 i'tii Around Algona ky ONilTA DiDRiKStN Prwit »«40S UwU Mon., will be i guest of Mrs. W. A. Foster this evening and overnight before continuing to Minneapolis. Phyllis DilUr find* hcntlf in an embarrassing situation (as the mprtssion gees) when she joins the search for Bob Hope and seven others who are on the lam in "Eight On The Lam." The United Artists release in Color by De Luxe, will open SunJay at the Algona Theatre; ALGONA THEATRE —Thursday Thru Saturday Complete Program Begins: 7;00-9:10 "Africa, Texas Style" 7:20 9:30 —Matinee Saturday at 1:30 —Sunday Complete Program Begins: 1:00-3:05-5:10-7:00-9:05 "Eight On A Lam" 1:20 - 3:25-5:10-7:20-9:25 —Monday Thru Wednesday , Complete Program Begins: 7:00 - 9:05 "Eight On A Lam" 7:209:25 STARLITE DRIVE-IN —Thursday and Saturday Complete Program Begins: 9:15 "WAR WAGON" 9:25 "What's New Pussycat" 11:30 —Saturday Mid-nite Show "Diary of a Madman" 1:20 —Friday Complete Program Begins: "* 9:15 "What's New Pussycat," 9:25 "WAR WAGON" 11:30 1 —Friday Midnite show "Diary of a Madman" 1:20 —Sunday and Tuesday Complete Program Begins: 9:15 "Cast A Giant Shadow" 9:25 "After the Fox" 12:00 —Monday Complete Program Begins: 9:15 "After the Fox" 9:25 "Cast A Giant Shadow" 11:15 COMING ILJLLIbMIM Product ± ThaPOWlt sraiRcase DENNIS TECHNICOLOR* FMMWMNEI IMS. nOMjft Wesley, spoke at an All' Church Family Night at the Presbyterian Church on Wed' nesday evening, July 5. A sextette of girls, pupils of Mrs. V. K, Rising, sang during the program. They were: Bea Kay ' Marshal}, Karen Peterson, Kathy Skow, Debbie and Sara Huber, and LuAnn Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Puffer and daughters had as dinner guest* on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Edgar and son Jay, of Mason City. A daughter, born en July 5 at the Britt Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Asa of the Doan area, has been named Angelia Sue, and weighed nine and one half pounds. The Asas have ,a.four year old son Todd and the family lives on the farm of Mrs. Rea Hutchison, Waterloo, who is Philip's grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Steven left Saturday on a two weeks vacation. They drove to Chicago, thence to Detroit and into Canada, planning to go as far as Montreal and visit Expo before turning back. Ella Zumach and her mother, Mrs. Ida Zumach, drove to Okoboji Sunday and are remaining in one of the > Wheeler cottages for three weeks, Miss Zumach, a local teacher, will commute daily to Spirit Lake where she is enrolled for a three weeks extension course being conducted by the University of North Iowa, Cedar Falls, which began on Monday, July 10. Th* C. R. Schobys, Dr. L. R. Potters, Roscoe Mawdsleys and J. D. Cashes were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton at their Okoboji cottage. Calvin Wadleigh, St. Louis, spent the weekend in Algona visiting his father, J .J. Wadleigh, at Good 'Samaritan Home II. He! flew to Des 'Moines and drove from there. He reported that his brother- in-law, John Phillips, of Des •Moines, is now at home convalescing slowly from a severe heart attack which kept him in Mercy Hospital for several weeks. His wife is the former Louise Wadleigh. Tho Rogor Anderson family came last week from Lexington, Net>r., and visited his parents, the R. W. Andersons, and at the home of his 'brother Jerry, till yesterday. a a f ADOS NEW BRIGHTNESS NEW LIFE TO CARPETS! YOU can do a spotless job in minutes.., no wetting! Restore the beauty of your carpeting the HOST way . . . ready to walk on immediately. Do a thorough job using our HOST Electric Up-Brush as easily as you can vacuum. HOST Dry Cleaning Compound cleans all fibers—wool, nylon, acrylic, polypropylene, rayon, and cotton ... and it's dustless, too. The Electric Up-Brush works dirt loose—brushes up matted pile. Furthermore, you do not have to buy this remarkable machine. You borrow ours. HOST is approved by leading carpet mills. party clean carpeting — right away WATSON WTERIORS up relatives and records of the family in Connecticut, then traveled the New England Coast to Canada. They went to the Expo in Montreal and spent some time in Acadia and went to Halifax, on the Nova Sootian Coast before turning back, and again stopped with their daughter enroute home. Mr*. PlortflM P»t«r«on U back in her Algona apartment after an extended stay in Duluth with her son Ron's family who brought her home more than a week ago, and also visited Mrs. Ron Peterson's parents, the Ralph Browns in Fort Dodge. Th» GUch family had a Fourth of July picnic at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Arcnd. In attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gisch and family; Mrs. W. K. Specht and Bill, Philip, and Debra, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gisch and family; Mr. and Mrs. Peter. Arndt; Rose and Christine Arndt; Mrs. Anna Weir, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Lichter and Todd, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kohlhaas and family, St. Joe; 'Mr. and Mrs. Luke Hamilton and children; Mrs. Frank Mescher, Mrs. Mary Gisch, •Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kohlhaas, St. Joe. Mrs. J. B. AM was dismissed Thursday from St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester and came home with her husband that afternoon. They returned to the Clinic on Monday morning where Mrs,. Asa was to have a check-up and surgical stitches were to be removed. Graduates Lone Roek — Nancy Christensen, daughter of the Ronald Christensens, Belgrade, formerly of Lone Rock, was graduated June 22 from the Minnesota school of business at the Minneapolis Art Institute. Nancy received a diploma in the Accounting and Machine course. She is now employed at the Aladdin Laboratories and Manufacturing Co. in Minneapolis. Before enrolling at the Minnesota School of Business, Nancy attended Northwestern College. She is a 1965 graduate of Belgrade high school. flight. The Algona man had not been back to Greece since he migrated to America 53 years ago and expects to find many changes. He will visit his old home town, Nehoria, and many other apote during two months there where he still has friends and relatives. Me plans to return home by plane in September. Meantime Mrs. Dermand is remaining for a longer time with her daughter before driving home. The V. K. Risings learned that their granddaughter Beth, daughter of the Jon Risings, Minneapolis, fell from her bicycle on Thursday of last week, breaking a bone in her left leg very near the spot where the same bone was broken two years ago, and she was hospitalized till Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Jackman arrived home Friday from Saskatchewan, Canada, where she had gone by bus two weeks earlier. Leaving Mason City on a Thursday morning she was in Regina the next 'morning going via Mason City, Minneapolis, Fargo, and Winnepeg. Her objective was Liberty, Sask., where she and her late husband had farmed for 15 years after their marriage and where he had gone several years earlier. Mrs. Jackman noticed many changes, in that Big Farming is now done and people from the country are now moving to the small towns. Liberty is some 60 miles north of Moose- jaw in a wheat country which right now needs rain badly. The Jackman family came back to Iowa in 1934 and 20 years ago, with their two younger daughters, drove back there for a visit also touring Montana and the Black Hills. This time Mrs. Jackman returned through southern Manitoba and visited ah old friend in Killarney not far from the North Dakota border. Mr*. F. i. Seeley, Ames, is a guest of the Anton Didrlk- « Akjena (!**•) tHy RSBAV, JULY Jl, Jftfcf sens, who met ti«f bus it Fort Dodge yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Ervin Handel and son Kent got home Saturday morning, coming by bus from Dubuque where Mrs. Handel had been with her parents for more than a week. Her father, Leo Callen, is hospitalized there following a heart attack, and Mrs. Handel remained with her mother until he was thought to be improving, altho he will have to remain in the hospital for several weeks yet. The Hand- ' els were vacationing at Crescent Beach, Okoboji, when .', they learned of his illness .; so' 'their"'';', vacation 'was cut"'! short. '; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermand left Monday to drive to Chicago where they have visited their daughter Kathy. Then today, July 13. Mr. Dermand flew to New York City where he boards a Greek liner, the Queen Anna Maria, for Athens. Bill Chriscos, Rockwell City, accompanied him on the Michael Kenefick, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., flew back there on Saturday from Minneapolis. His brother Tom had met him at the airport three weeks earlier and they joined his family, the Dr. Keneficks at their summer cottage on Big Sandy Lake. He returned with them to Algona and visited • here two weeks. Mrs. Kenefick and children are again at the Lake after taking Michael to the airport on Saturday. Harvey Steven went to Aiden on July 4th with his son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and 'Mrs. Everett Hodgins is here spending two weeks or more while the Leo Stevens are on vacation. The Gilbert Benschoters ar« rived home a week ago Sunday from a month of vacationing in the East. They visited a daughter in New City, N. Y., then went on to New England. They hunted \ tit the *~ 1200 ROOM HOTEL NEW YORK CITY Tour Meal headqiwrten — cloM to attractions, thopplnf, •IfhUecInf, flnt dining and entertainment. TBAB •BOUND SWIMMING POOL PBBKTO CaH: PLasa MOW or write the •HELTON TOWBM •OTBL Leitaf ton Ave. «MI £._ hJTC Send* fret*UteratHro"and mosey- earing Courtesy Card to Hi Addreu City Mate No. to Party__. Arriving, 3fS-ill* CALL ITiiiT CLOSED Cleaners PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS AN IVAN TORS PRODUCTIO DRIVE-IN THEATRE ALOIMA IOWA THURSDAY • FRIDAY - SATURDAY JULY 13-14-15 JOHN WAYNE KIRK 'DOUGLAS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY JULY 13-14-15 2 SHOWS EACH EVENING STARTING AT 7:00 P.M. MATINEE SATURDAY 1:30 ROLLS AND THE SCREEN TECHNICOLOR V PANAVISION® SECOND BIG FEATURE presents Potw Sellers Peter OToole Romu Schneider Cepuclne Paula Prantlss and leatl but not Ian Woody Allen IMS HCTUK • and Queit itar Ursula Andreas, Reiu»d thru UNITED ARTISTS TECHNICOLOR* Whats New Pussycat? 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