Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1967
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tnwui dws in Arkansas R*tk — Friends of tfw Fnuik Yates family, Sulphur Springs, Ark., were saddened by the death of Mrs. Vote*, 73, August 12 following a lingering illness. 'Mrs. Yates was borti near Lone Rock, the daughter (Sylvia) of the William Dehnerts. for several years, following the marriage to Frank Yates. (they lived on the farm now occupied by the Roy Bierles. Services and burial were Tuesday, August 22 at Clinton, HI., a former home. Survivors are her husband Frank, two sons and three daughters, one sister, two brothers. One daughter died. REUNION OF LONOS A Lone Rock reunion was held at the Lone Rock Legion 'hall Sunday with 96 registering. States besides Iowa were Illinois, Montana, Arizona and 'Minnesota. Hostesses were the Bernard Giffords, Burt & John 'Longs, Waterloo. Prizes were won 'by the Willard Thompsons, Lone Rock, Mrs. Chris Long, Algona and Mrs. Johnson, Elmore, , ATTEND FUNERAL Several from Lone Rook attended the funeral of Oscar Riley at West Bend. Mf. Riley is the uncle of Mrs. Memin Marlow. Attending were the iMerwin Marlows, Mrs. Georgia Marlow, Del Marlow, Mrs. George Kissnels, the Harian Marlows, Dick O'Donnels, and Ornie Behrends. HOUSE IS SOLD Tuesday night of last week an auction was held in Lone Rook to sell a home owned by the Sentral school district. The James Marlows bought the home at the sale. This house has been the home of the Don Blanchards for many years. ATEEND WEDDING The Alf Kruegers attended the wedding of Jonathan Dakem, son of Rev. and Mrs. Russell Dacken, last weekend alt Mound, Minn. They also spent Sunday ait Kermit Krueger's. 'Pam and Pat Thompson spent last week in Minneapolis with the Gary Sehultzes. Guests last week at Bernard Millet's for a picnic were Mrs. Margaret Ewoldt, Leon, Craig and Jim, Mrs. John Ghristenson, Lori and Jimmy, from Whittemore, the Jerry Meyers, and Carl Ewoldts, Ai- gona. Mrs. Woodrow PeVtit and Peggy took Lance Corp. Richard Peltit to Omaha last week whete he went by plane to Camp Pendelton, Calif., for intensive training. On the way home they stopped at Logan and visited the Butch Pettits. Argil accompanied them to Omaha where they visited the Herbert Underwoods. Mrs. E. A. Lee had a belated birthday party Thursday morning for Mrs. Nan Blanchard, Guests were Juliana Jackson, Margaret Jones, Fern Krueger, Ruth Blanchard, Susan Neswold, Britt, was a guestt. Leonre Madsen and Maxine Jensen were unable to attend. Marilyn Bollinger left Monday for Grundy Center where she will teach 5th grade. The Nick Doocys left for a vacation ait Walla Walla, Wash. The Marlyn Bausmans, Jodi and Tim, spent from Friday to Monday at Dell Marlow's. Mrs. Marilyn Bailsman called Sunday at Mrs. Georgia Marlow's. The Rev, and Mrs. Bullock and Ellen returned Thursday 'from a month vacation as far west as California visiting relatives and friends, Guest day will be held Sept. I at 2 p.m. at the Good Hope Methodist church. Women from the Lone Rock Presbyterian church 'have been in- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEl Nnttn, l«w« [xptritnc«d Imbolmtn and Funtrgl Oirtctori New Algona couple 'Louise Aniria Paulsen. and Roger Eugene Rochleau were mafried Sunday, August 13 ct 2:30 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Martnus Paulsen, Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rochleau, Algona, respectively. Rev. Harold Andersen performed the double ring ceremony. John Petersen sang and was accompanied by Ruby Mae Petersen at the organ. The bride, escorted by her 'father, was attended by Esther Paulsen, Armstrong, maid of honor and Agnes Paulsen, Es- therviUe, bridesmaid, both sisters. Attending the groom were his brother, Gary, as best man and groomsman was James Kain, St. Ansgar, a friend. Ushers were James Paulsen, Ringsted and Richard Roch- leau, 'Minneapolis, both brothers of the couple. Ricky Rochleau, Minneapolis was ringbearer and Kristine Evans, Estherville, was iin i iiiiiiiiinti i iiiiiiii i iiiiiiinimiH vited. The Robert Binzens had as a week's guest, the Stanley DeinSngers and Eddie, Mrs. Fred Oldani and granddaughter Oatlhie. Both women are Mrs. Citizen's sisters. They 'are from Joliet, 11. Weekend guests also were the Laveme "flinzeh's^ 1 ".--': .^ ••, ; -,,.-^ [.,--..»„ The Joe Culbertsons and Vernon, and the Alfred Sdhulitzes, Whittemore, spent a week vacation in northern Minnesota, Canada, and Wisconsin. The Carl Ewoldits, visited the Hilbert Stohteniberg families of Pipestone, Minn., and ait Canton, S. D., with Mrs. Helmuch Timm and Emil Timm. The 500 Ladies dub met at 'the Legion hall Wednesday afternoon with prizes going to Mrs. George Kissner, Mrs. Leo KBssner, Mrs. Leo Schmidt and Mrs. Wallace McCarther. Hostesses were Letta Weber, Bernice Jensen, Jean Marlow. The Joe Culbertsons, Jr., took the Carl Ewoldts, Algona, to Anthon Saturday to visit the Walter Kobs. The Curtis Carlsons, Kiron, called at Willie Kruse's. The Photo by Gltnn't Studio flower girl. They were nephew and niece of the couple. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen as host and hostess. Suzanne Nielsen had the guest book, Doris Nielsen and Janicte Wagner served punch, Berthina Petersen and Joan Leek poured coffee and Darlene Swartz and Mavis Evans cut the cake. Waitresses were Diane and Donna Nielsen, Kathy Hanson and Kathy McGregor. Opening gifts were Marilyn Rochleau, Marlene Lichliter, Carolyn, Gibbs and Pat Anderson The bride is a graduate of Ringsted high school and Man* kato Commercial College, is presently employed at Me- 'Maihon and Cassel Law office. Mr. Rochleau is an Algona high school graduate and engaged in fanning. * The couple took a wedding trip to (he Black Hills and are living near Algeria. Robert Mittags, Clara City, Minn., also called. The Joe Culbertsons met Ohalrlie Bishop and the George Balbcock family. in Fairmont Sunday night for a picnic supper. The John Longs were Saturday night guests at Jim 'Long's. •• " • •'-"•• •• •• •- ."•• •' '•• The C. W. Wisemans, Des iMoines, were weekend guests of the Gus Blanchards. The Harian Blanchards had as guests from Wednesday to Satunlay, Mrs. Bdanehord's launt, Mrs. Gladys Barker, Phoenix, Ariz. The Leslie Baxters attended the wedding of her niece Jean Phelps to James Butoe Saturday night at the Methodist church in Emmetsburg. Mrs. Baxter cut the wedding Sunday night callers at ttie Willard Thompson's were Mrs. Laura Binzen, the Richard Binzens, Mrs. Verna Lampe, Mrs. Joe Sokolowski, Phillip and Joan, all from Illinois. The Burdell Wessels and Gail, Minneapolis, were weekend guests of Mrs. Weasel's parents, the Robert Binzens. Ambvlfiict ffrviff Fontrgl May if ItftrrtdToUl With Confid.nc« Mienti Hutzell's hat everything for Former Burt IN LOM Rock mil is dead Htfiry A. Ntlton L«n« Matlt — The *eni, Rodger lefisent, Orvtlle B«aedorff», Yale, Mended the funeral al Red Oak Thuri- day for Dr. George Elvidgp, 71, of St. Petersburg, Fla., who died in a Red Oak hotpi- M alter a heart atXack while Visiting relatives of Mrs. Eldridge there. Dr. Bktridge, son of Joseph •Ad Stella Peck Eldridge, wtw bdrn at Butt, June 19, 1896. He grew to manhood in 'Lone Rock, attended St. John's, Ban* croft, university of Minnesota, and .the medical school of the university of Illinois. After practicing medicine «t Perry for a number of i they moved to St. Peters- . . PROlATE ,0f WtU, 6t APPOINTMtNT Of EXECUTOft, AND *_ ..'i'OTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTtD IN THE ESTATE Of HENRY A. NELSON Dccemcd. ..You at* hereby notified tbo» on fhe '9^ ^ ef Auoujf, 1 967, -the loit will ond feifomtm of Henry A. N«l*m deeedMd bearing ddtc. of tfw 2<th ooy of Deterhber, 1963 wd* odmltted to probate In the above named tourt and that Elweod Ne.Uon was appointed executor of sold e»fot*. ^*^ Notlte 14 further fllven that arty action to let aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one yeor from the dote of the second publication of this notice, of thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further olven that all pertom indebted to sold estate we requested tb mok« immediate payment to the undersigned, art) creditors having elalmi against said «tat* shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, o« provided by law., duly authenticated, for ollowant*; off) unless so filed within 41* month* from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or Mid) iuch claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 10 day of August, 1967. Elwood Nelson Executor of sold Estate Titonka, Iowa $0480 Address Winkel 4 Wlnkel Attorney (s) for said Executor Algono, Iowa SOS II' Address Date of second publication 28th day of August, 1967. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, August 21 and 28, 1967 'It DRIVE-IN THEATRE /\L£OlMA , IOWA SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY AUGUST 27-28-29 THURSDAY, AUO. 24 FREE BACK TO SCHOOL SNOW Uibtfls Partway for* TWO SHOWS .M.,~Pick up ticfcttft at the followlnf firm! KLOAIoeUo Hub C«MI to COM* * Fvitnty Star* Upper DM M*in«t Pub. Co. Iowa Start* Bank SAL Department Star* Graham'* Nontbruch Rtxall Drug Ct* V0IHM9S wlWwWw Diamond's Frtdtf !ck V * S Hardwwv HwtMll't Security State Bank tomgoari Ben Franklin ShtaMty's is survived by his wife, the former Frances Giltner, of Red Oak, two sisters, Mrs. R. J. Edwards, (Neva), Sand- atone, Minn., Mrs. Roy Jensen (Bernice), Lone Rode, one brother James, California. Services were held at the Nelson Funeral Chapel at Red Oak .Thursday and following cremation at Forest Lawn cemetery, Omaha, burial was at Riverview cemetery, Algona. Servicemen WSWITCH£D-ON" THRILLER wifh rhcKOOKIEST CRIMINAL YOU EVER SAW. "i Edward L. Bristew FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO. (AHTNC) — Army Private Edward L. Bristow, 19, AMI of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bristow, LuVerne, completed an eight-week general supply course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., August 4. He was trained in maintenance stock records for the receipt and issue of supplies and materials. He also learned typing and general administration procedures and storing of various Army / supplies. —105— 'Louis dark, Nevada, celebrated his 105th birthday on July 29. Mr. dark is very active and enjoyed the family gaithering held in Nevada of 81 persons not only from many towns of Iowa but also' from Missouri and ' Calif ornSa . '< *V ...owL BOTH ARC IN COLOR! i* ...HIS k£Y-WORD WAS "KALEIDOSCOPE" ....HIS ACTIONS, A , NEW "SCOPE" S< ABOUT GWLS.' TICHNICOLOI* PR MNAVISIOM Hi FROM WAHNIPI MOS, r G!RLS THINK HARPER! K KICKY ill" ...BECAUSE HE MAKES 7HCM FEEL FUN NY Hi Paul Newman You mutt have ticket* to bo admitted You'll See CLIFTON WEBB in Mr. "SCOUTMASTER" AND CARTOONS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY AUGUST 24-25-26 The man twith no name is back... The man in black is waiting. STARLITEl DRIVE IN Tfueatte iorSCHOOl! Typiwriltrt CORONA and othtr mo- dtli •• low «i II2.SO National and Car Firry f Nottbook. paptr $ttn« Bookf Irttf 6am "The Store That Specialist in fenoel $upplie»" Hutsell's School & Office AISONA FIRST SHOWING IN ALGONA Wednesday thru Saturday AUGUST 23-26 CORNERED! AHOT SUMMER NI6HT...APACK OF STRAY 'CHOPPER JOCKEYS'... An innocent girl is first prize in the dirtiest game ever played! AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL™^ BOR._ IPSERS .COLOR he uncoils, strikes and kills! OAWIttCTWWtt LE VAN CLEEF- 6IAN MARIA VOLONTE IN BIG THEATRE COLOR First Feature Starti at 7 P. M. 2nd Feature 9:10 P.M. SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 "Snow White and the 3 Stooges" MATRON ON DUTY — ALL SEATS SOc SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY-WED. AUG. 27-28-29-30 ARKED FOR IURDER! RtCOMMtNOEO FOR yATURt AUDIENCES FtUS IICONO FfATUIti MIO-NIQHT IHQW ONLY ^ SHOW STARTS AT DUSK was stripped of reason and turned into a man wifh an urqc to KILL 1 SIHIATRA A* SAM LAKER }„ |§§[ HIAKED RUIHIHER ItCHNItOLUK' ItLHNISlUrV frum WAKNIH BKUb Slowly t»wystripp«i ' Sanfi Uaker down until th»re wac nothing but animal Wt... THISISGEORGY. THIS ISGEORQY'S THIS IS GEORGY'S ROOMMATE. . ROOMMATE'S i ROOMMATE.

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