Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 2
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Otis reunion held Sunday at Wesley W*Uy _ An Otis reunion Was held Sunday at Edmund Qtis's. Attending were Sister Mary Immaculate, St. Paul; Stater Gertrude, South Bend, hid,; Francis Hauptmans. Tucson, Ariz.; Mrs. Margaret Bokerman, Early and her three daughters, the Larry Zubragts, Storm Lake, John Haylers, Red Oak, and Bob Veraldis, Omaha, Jim Lucases, Ames; Janet Otis, Minneapolis; Karen Otis, Mason City; Edward Otiscs, John Haupt- mans and Ray Otis. ATTEND REUNION Wesleyans who attended r ac the "*• 1200 ROOM HOTEL i NEW YORK CIYY Your Ideal heidqutrters —close to attractions, shopping, slghtseelni, _flne dining and entertainment. YEAR 'ROUND SWIMMING FREE TO GUESTS J^J^J^^llL^»» Rate*, Ineludlni TV Md •Ir-condltlonliif tram M.IS slncle II1.U doable Call: I'Laza 5-4000 or write the SHEI.TON TOWERS HOTEL Islington Aye. 4M» St., NVC Send free literature and monty< Mvlng Courtesy Card to Name Address City State i No. in Party Arriving the reunion of the decendania of the late Henry Ricke, at the park in Swea City Sunday were the George Goetzes and Arlene, George Rkke, Lou tticke and four children, Mr». LeRoy tUckc and Mike, the Dean Rickcs, Mike Vitathums. Abo attending were the Frank Kischs, Algona; Lee and Bd Rickc, Morgan, .Minn.; Roman and Jim Ricke, Ban' croft. The A. C. JDlsdicrs recently spent 3 days at Expo '67 in Montreal, Canada. They spent the August 20 weekend nt Lake Reno, Minn. The Lester Larsons attend* ed a Nodland reunion at Lake Reno, Minn. The Ray Riesbergs and son Tod, and a niece Betty Lou, Carroll were Sunday guests at Albert Ucktcig's. Sunday guests at Will Mar* itinek's were cousins, Mrs. Jo'j Sindelor and her son Stanley and wile, all of Ft. Atkinson. They were supper guests of the Harold Martincks. Mrs. Tom Becker has been hospitalized several weeks in Mercy hospital, Mason City for medical care. Donna Bleich returned Saturday from DCS Moines where she completed a JO week sum- imcr course at Drake University. She will leave August 27 for Colona, 111. where Bhe will teach 7th and 8th grade history. This will be her third year there. Donna is a daughter of the Frank Bleichs. Mrs. Calvin Meincke and sons Mark and J. C. of Jamaica, brought her mother, 'Mr?. Mary Weber home here Saturday following a 10 day visit there. The Meineckes left Sunday for their home. The Jim Raneys and son left Sunday for their home in Brookinigs, S. D., after three days at the parental, Dr. Raney and Cliff Anfinson homes. They had relumed August 16 from a visit with the Tom Forburgers in Colorado Springs, Colo. Sister Gertrude Ann, who is Mistress of Novices at Notre t^AlMMiltwi) MMMMMMMIMMM thffl* tot teveft! Seneca Frank Sinatra, acting as agent for British Intelligence, comes close to being executed by men he believes to be East German secret police in "The Naked Runner". The spy thriller, in technicolor, opens Aug. 27 at the Algona Theatre. Sinatra co-stars with Peter Vaughan, Derren Nesbitt, Nadia Gray, Toby Robins and Inger Stratton. WATCH FOR OUR Dame, South Bend, Ind., spent a week with Otis relatives. Her sister Sister Mary Immaculate, who is registrar at St. Catherines, St. Paul, spent several days over the weekend here. The Ed Dusolds and Patty, Mason City, spent the weekend at the parental, Mrs Laura Riohter's. The Mik'j Richters, Britt, were Sunday evening guests. The Kenneth Rudstromf, Memphis, Tenn., spent a week at the parental, Mrs. Laura Richter's and a week in Minneapolis, their former home. Friday evening guests of ithe Martin HamUtons were his cousins, Lawrence and Col- lelte Kockler, Bancroft, and Hheir guest, a cousin, Sister Mary Cecile, Fairmont. Mrs. Helen Johnson was also a guest. The Richard Murphys and four children, Appleton, Wis. came Saturday for several days alt the parental L. J. Root's. Karen Otis attending Hamilton college, Mason City, came home August 23 for the quarter break at her parental Edmund Otts home. She will return Sept. 7. Mrs. Edmund Otis had a coffee Wednesday mtorning of 'last "week. Guests were Mrs. Agnes Lickteig and her two daughters, Sister St. James and Sister Donna jean, Mrs. Frances Hauptman and Lois, Mrs. Don Hauptman and Mrs. Laura Richter. >Frank Bleich and Art Beenken attended a grain conditioner and handling meeting in Ames August 17. Bleich is manager of the local Farmers Coop Elevator Co. and Beenken is assistant. Beenken and four directors:Henman Bode, George Detmering, Edmund Otis and Ed Hillenga wdre at a Feloo Staitex demonstration at an experimental farm near Ames. Time to think about your LP GAS Needs with fall just around the corner SPEND LESS SAVE MORE with THERMOGAS USI IUIK THERMOGAS FOR: • Modern Homo Heating O • Low Cost Tractor Operations • Cooking, Water Heating, Clothes Drying e Economical Crop Drying Fuel Thermoaas MOVIE CLOCK ALGONA THEATER —Thursday Matin** Only O A f^^f TY^ Ci^U/tflf Glif^W DAvxIV 1 \J oVyilvlv/L* offlv/W Complete program begins Mr. Scoutmaster 1:30 and —Thursday, Friday, Complete program 7:00 — 9:10. "Few Dollars More" 7:00— 9:20. Saturday Matin** Only Complete brogram begins 1:30. "Snow White and the 3 Stooges" 2:00. —Sunday. Complete program begins 1:00 — 3:00 — 5:00 — 8:50 — 8:55. "Naked Runner" 1:15 — 3:15 — 5:05 — 7:05 — —Monday • -Tuesday • Wednesday. Complete program begins 7:00 - 9:00. "Naked Runner" 7:15 - 9:20 STARLITE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Friday laiMMMMMMMMM* the Girl Crouches had a family gathering August 1 for their son, Robert Crouches who left last week for Caaa Grande, Aril., where he is an English teacher. Present were Ed Mawdaley, Mrs. Gene Abb ott, Che Clarence Mawdsteys and Roscoe Mawdsteys, A1« r , Roscoe Mawdsleys. Jr. R. H. Thompson, Burl; Ed Wilsons, Storm Lake, Mr*. W. W. Wilson, Ertherville; Dr. Jerry Crouches, Armstrong, and Bennie Crouch who is at home from college at Ames. Bonnie returned to Ames where she will begin her junior year in home economics in Diatetics. The Carlos Petersons, Sal- vang, Calif., visited the Alfred Petersons last Sunday evening. Other guests were the Holgar Petersons of Algona, Eugene Friesths, Fort Dodge and Clarence Cheevers, Ringsted. The Alfred Petersons attended the 25th wedding of the Emmet Eastmans Sunday •ait Armstrong. The Clarence Cheevers were also in attendance. The Jerry Wilbergs and the former's father, Martin Wilberg of Fenton left Monday for a few days with the* Marvin Wilbergs and Bill Helgens, St. Paul, and Lloyd Wil- bergs, Minneapolis. Mrs. Nina Kracht, patient at the hospital at Estherville was dismissed on Wednesday. A Johannesen reunion Was held at Comsrud Park, Fairmont with 35 present including Mrs. Christesna Vahldieck and the Wally Btnkmaiw, Waillingford; Mrs. Anna Pros- thus, Algonia; Mrs. Edna Johannesen and the John Johan- nesens, Lone Rock; Martin Wilberg, Fenton; the Ronald Johannesens and Jennifer, SweaCLty; Mrs, MarlysKrueg- er and Tommy, Fairmont; the Fred Johannesens, Bancroft; Jerry Wilbergs, David Loolts and Henry Loofts, Fenton. The Alfred Petersons attended the wedding of the former's nephew, LeRoy Hanat Mansfield, « Complete program Thoraon, , Fred Browns, Ma- —Saturday Only "The Killers" — 12:30. —Sunday • Tuesday Complete program begins 8:30. "The Mod Gambler" 8:35. "Harper" 10:30 —Monday. Complete program begins 8:30. "Harper" 8:35. "The Mod Gambler" 10:30. USi IOTTIIO THIRMOGAS IOR; e Stock Tank Heating e Poultry Brooding e Pig Brooding e Cooking, Water Heating, Clothes Drying ThunrJiy aAerrrton M Nttftl GtnhtndUf't, Aftnitrong ind visited with titeif gueat, § eoti. stft of Mrs. Petersefi from H., Ohio. eai 4-H mem- are attending the mftft Stile Fair this week and arc giving demonstrations there, Douglas and barrel NynUm who took the Kossuth County boys demonatrattonjeahi competed Monday morning. Unda Krachtv of (he Seneca Stars was also a competitor at the State Pair wtth her spe- dal activity demonstration on "Dog Cafe". The Seflcm club tin tint several exhibit* to the a*te fair. Rote Mary ***> fwy li exhibiting an acceaiofy Arteft Nynpti a j^i^j^i DMM|^ WOI .HD* ^ iHBjH^t a wooo* • gar, and Mr, Mid Mrs. H fi HM*, ina- ianota, ttiii summer. Mike Cyphers, entomology collection WM sent to the Hale . Mn. AflVMc wnMiHaii w Biat Chain, Minn., and her parents, the EJmcr Lttehefi, Atexandrta, S. D., vietted recently at Henry Loolti. Turnip A giant 5'/4 pound turnip was grown in the garden of State ». Cteiw, the former JuUa Wmgert, Dutwque, apent t week at the parents, Clare Wlngert'i. Die Robert Cooper* and two children, Van Ntiytx OaM, viatted her unde ami aunt, the Lao Hanigs end the BUI AJ^^>^^^^_ w ' megrerv t KLGA RADIO •'"•'•" •. ' " .''•." : * • -• Has added the ESSA weather wire—a direct teletype from DCS Moines Weather Bureau. ; This enables KLGA to receive forecasts, weather conditions and . £ - ' ' • ' : ,' ' - ' ; '" '"'.,' ' ' ' ,-'"'*•"' ...(special Weather Bulletins to pass on to the public faster and more accurately. '.,,..,..' . , , : .....„,. ANOTHER ADDED CONVENIENCE FOR YOU •'•'•• • :.' ''' FROM -. ••• V •'•' •...•• ' '• '"'. KLGA ai;'i.»:.iH-i:;>i 1 *** .' 1600KC Nelson reunion was lh «W August 13 at the city ••>: ?:"!'•* •f-n.'f Muemans, Grove City, Minn.; Lester Hassbrooks, Sheldon, Leo Lenninger, Bancroft; Randy Lenningers, Mrs. Jerry Parsons, Merle Halversoiw, Algonia and Mrs. Betty Moll and children, St. Charles. The Kenneth Braytons, Algona, visited Bertha Olsen Sunday and all went to the hospital at EsthervUle and visited John Olson who has been SO. PHILLIPS ST. IN ALGONA BACK-TO-SCHOOL CARS PICK THE PRICE THEN PICK THE CAR All cars are in excellent condition for the price. Eye appeal for the young drivers in your family. GOOD, SAFE, DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION. '800 TO MOOO 63 FORD GALAXIE 4 dr. 6 cylinder. Radio. White. 62 FORD GALAXIE 4 dr. 8 cylinder, Standard transmission. 61 MERCURY Convertible. Power steering. Power brakes. Automatic transmission. 62 FORD Station Wagon. V8. Automatic transmission. Radio. 60 THUNDERBIRD 2 dr. Hard Top, Full Power, Air. WO TO <800 63 CHEVROLET MONZA 4 dr. 6 cylinder, Automatic transmission. 62 FORD GALAXIE 4 dr, 6 cylinder. Standard trans. 61 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 dr. V8. Automatic trans. 61 COMET 4 dr. 6 cylinder. Standard transmission. 61 FORD FALCON Station Wagon. Automatic trans* mission. Radio. 6 cylinder. 61 FORD FAIRUANE 500 4 dr. V8. Automatic trans. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. ford, Uncoin & Mercury - Sales & Service Team up with this 4-PIYNYION CORD TIRE for care-free vacation driving Here's the best tire value going—or coming back! The BFG CUSTOM LONG MILER means what it savs—longer mileage built into its BIG EDGE tread, Strong 4 plys of nylon cord for safety's sake. Built to handle long jaunts at turnpike speeds and take,extra vaca- tion.loads. So get our Tire Value Calculator. Answer 7 simple questions about your kind of driving. And the Calculator will tell you if the CUSTOM LONG MILER is best for you. Your BFG Dealer has it — and now's the time for you .to get with it! 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