Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1967
Page 14
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Oscar Riley, 80,flest Betd, dies Aug. 11 services for Oscar 80, longtime West at the Presbyterian Chtttch with the Hev Alton jgator of the Pr«%. JDhtiixjh of JfcthervMle, tiiig.. Burial was in Unkm Cemeter livermore. i "«' ing at St. Ann Hospital in Al gon* after a -lingering illness. Stfrvtyors include two broth- em and a sister, Lyman, West ' AM*: lather, Rutland, and Mre. Ruth Necker, Livermote. /Born at Dysait, he moved to West Bend in 1918 and had aince resided there. Mr. RUey never married and resided with 'his brother, Lyman, and a cousin, Ida Riley, He was a laborer in West Bend area. jMr. Riley was a member of the 1QOF Lodge in West Bend, Lont Rock couple .The Lewis Broesders, Lone Rook, were surprised for their -391*1 wedding anniversary. • August 10, by the following friends and relatives: the Robert Walkers, West Bend; R» land Bernaus, West Bend; Orville Holdrens, Lone Rook; Cecil Bjustroms, Algonia; James Voigts and Stephen and Karla, Algona; Marvin BroeV ders and Tammy, Algonia; <Jack Daivises and Scott, Algona; Merlin Walkers, Algona; August Bernaus, Burt; Archie Voigts, Whiibtemore and Melvin Ostwalds and boys, WMttemore. Shower held for Mrs.DonGlaser A pink and blue balby shower was held on August 10 for Mrs. Don Glaser, Algona. There were twelve present. Mrs. Jim Lowman, poured. Archer Stan Warner, North Eng- ash, won the men's open: freestyle contest in the National Archery tournament in .Mississippi the end of July.,AnoUi- eflowan,, Ed Rhode, Muscat tine, took second place in the same tournament. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei Fenton Mrs. Rey Uthof , eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! The LJoyd Kerns, Melvin ALOONA fHEATRE —Thuriday thru Saturday , Complete Progflttrt begins 7:30 "Otffile Spy With Me: 7:35 "Oh Oad, Poor Dad, •Mamma's Hung you in the Sf <MO |l|n ***** ** ONE' COMPLETE SHOWING EACH EVENING —Saturday Matinee Only Complete Program Begins: "Smiley Gets a Gun" 2:00 -"Sunday . Complete Program Begins: 1:00 — 3:10 — 5:10 — 7:00 9:00 Dr. You've Got to be Kidding": 1:30 — 3:30 — 5:20 7:15 — 9:20 —Monday . Tuesday .' Wednesday Complete Program Begins: 7:00 - 9:00 "Dr. You've Got To Be Kidding": 7:15 . 9:20 STARLITE THEATRE —Wednesday thru Friday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs": 9:05 "MoMale Navy Joins tihe Air Force": 10:50 —Thursday thru Saturday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "'McHales Navy Joins the Air Force": 9:05 "Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs": 10:50 —SATURDAY MI D N I T E SHOW ONLY "For Love or Money": 12:30 —Sunday Gates open, at 7 for the Watermelon nite. "Sands of the KalaJiri": 9:OC "Way Way Out": 11:15 — Monday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "Way Way Out": 9:05 "Sands of the Kailahri": 11:05 —Tuesday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 I "Sands of the Kalahri": 9:06! "Way Way Out": 11:15 Kerns and Mrs. Amanda Kern visited Durwood Kern alt the hospital, Esitherviile Thursday. Durwood broke his leg while unloading ice ait the plant. The Charles Kerns, Ames, spent the weekend at Lloyd Kern's. The Larry Roots and three children^ Calif., have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Opal Root. Ervin Root, Ames, spent title weekend sat home. The Gerald Braces, Hay- ffield, Minn, were recent overnight guests at S. E. Stria- ley's, Sunday evening at the Stnaiey home were the Gerald Braces, Donald Voids, Lake Mills, and Lyle Hansens. Lynri Void remained for a week with his grandparents. The Ed Reimers and Gerald Reimers recently attended a reunion at Donald D. Holmes home at tivermof e. Guests P*a* 'We** of the Ed Reimers were the Herbef t Holmes and Gary, St. Louis, Mo. add Mr*. Ruby Holmes, Livermore. The Kotett Krause* and ttck fttttotte, Minneatwlis, Mrs. Joe McGovern, tikevtlte, and the David Wefebfbds Denver, Colo., attended a reunion at James Dodds home, Lone Rock Sunday. >eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Seneca Mr». Henry Looft >eeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Seneca Progressive Farmers met at Steve Fischer's with Tom Bergum co-host Tom Bergum gave a talk. The group discussed fair entries and made final plans for exhibits. Eddie Bergum will bo the September host. Eddie Bergum is reporter. Seneca Stars held their local Achievement Show August 3 at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. Club members exhibited articles made in home improvement, nutrition, and clothing projects.'Mrs. Henry Looft judged the articles and ithe girls chose ones for county competition. Plans were made to meet Saturday when entries would be tagged.' A style show was given by the girls who were entering clothing exhibits at the fair. Patricia Dreyer furnished background music. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. The,'Ted Jensens recently returned home after a week at one of the Fairmont lakes. The Joe Presthus family, Delaware, Ohio, visited last week with relatives in this area,. They were accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. , (lawa) Ad*an«a-7 THUllSOAY.AUQ.iy.tfoy Ann* Pre*hus, Alton*. John Olson is a patient at the hospital *t Esther ville. Settee* friends of the Wayne Lynches and Tom attended the bridal shower lot the tatter's bride-elect, Bridget Quinti, Bancroft, Thursday evening at the St. John's hull at Bancroft. Tom and Bridget will be married August 26 at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. friends of Nina Kraoht wilt be sorry she has not been feeling well for a week and Thursday was admitted to the Crestview Nursing Home at Armstrong. (Kenneth Beaver, who has spent a furlough with his parents, the Charles. Beavers, concluded his furlough Friday. He accompanied his sister, the Virgil Gardners, Estherville, who took him to Ft. Collins, Colo., as part of their vacation trip. The, John Behrends hod their 50th anniversary Sunday with Open House at the Methodist church at Fenton. Their grandson, Ronald Behrends, presided and announced the program which he opened with a prayer and then gave a short history of the honlor- ed couple's married life. They ihave four children, all of whom were present. They are Richard, Forest City, Leta, Topeka, Kan., Lester, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Virginia, Oklahoma City, Okla. They Ihave fifteen . grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Refreshments were served by a circle of the church women. The daughters. Leta and Virginia, poured coffee. The wedding cake was out by the daughters-in-law, with the graddaughters as wtait- How do we sell our customers? too* taw * ATCH «* OUR » SHOWING WH 'CM RIGHT HERE AT TAYLOR MOTOR CO WE'EE SHAVING PRICES ON ALL USED GARS! In a lather over the price of late model used cars? Check these special values.,. every one a beauty, every one priced to save. Come in today. 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