Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1967
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Around Algona fey ONIITA DIDHIKSEN M*ni ArWWrWrtrVSrWft^^ gotta Methodist church of which he is Custoriaft. Robert Hick* family own* from Omaha to spend tne Labor Day weekend at the C. R. Schoby home aitd attend the Nelson family reunion held 'Saturday at Call State Pirk ShcHcr House. A smaller than usual group, some thirty, were present for the annual affair coming from Spencer ami Ringsted, to meet the Algona mem bars of the family. Mr. and Mrt, Jack Gibson, Omaha, came Sunday noon for an overnight visit with her mother, Ms. Marie Ogren. Edward Thompson return. Mr. and Mrt. Chart* J. llafdgrove spent the Labor Day weekend with the Jetty Hardgroves at Toledo. Mrt. Inet Wolf* returned Friday from Chanute, Kans. She had gone there on Aug. 1, for the funeral of her old* est sister who had died in New Jersey and whose body was brought back for burial in'a country churchyard beside 'her husband and- near hdr biirthpttece. Mrs. Wofkfc remained for a month with relatives and was able to at- ed home Tuesday evening tend for the first time, an from a vacation of two weeks, annual reunion of cousins in He drove first to Austin and Adams, Minn., where he • vis- , itod .relatives of his father and ; from there went to Seneca and Springfield, 111:, to see an .aunt and a cousin. Enroute through Dubuque he called thait area. Mr. end Mr*. Jerry Anderson drove to Minneapolis Sunday for the Twins-Detroit game and came back that evening. on the Rev and Mrs. N. M. Coughenour formerly of Al- Mr. and Mrt. Arthur Sor- erisen, of Poicoffta, ., have been guests at the farm homt of her sister, Mrs. Haf- vey fteid.Hiey had fii-st vistt- ed Art's sisters, Evelyn Reese at New Providence Mid Edna Malloy, Marstialltown. The Mailoys' daughter >.d family who lived in Houston, tex., at the Uflie the Sorjen' sens were there was in Mat- shalltown at the same time they were. Enraite to Al- gotta they also remained overnight at the Fred Kutzli home in Prairie City. From here they went to Blue Earth and Lakota to visit two other sisters and plan to leave for ihomc next weekend. Arthur works half days at their son Roger's Chevrolet Agency in Burbank. He is serving this year as Commander of WWI Veterans Post in Glendale. Mr. and Mr*. Marvin Jungman, Van Meter, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins. Mrs. Jungman is a riiece of Mr. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt of Call State Park returned Friday evening from a brief vacation. They visited friends at Brighton near Lake Darling where Mr. Wyatt was formerly a Park officer; then WALT DlSNtYS NiWESf At THE ALGONA THtATftE ... and Saturday and Sunday and every other day' Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, the "Voice with a Smile'.' is ready to give you personal assistance with person-to-person calls, directory information, collect and credit card calls, etc. No matter how far we progress in bringing you the faster, easier telephoning that new/^bmrhunications techniques make ^possible, . : . v we never forget that ours is a persona/ service to you. ^^ ' Northwestern Beli FARMERS! Use LP Gas for all your farming needs - LPOAS FOR EVERY PURPOSE • Gas Heating » Water Heaters • Corn Drying • Hoghouse Heaters — and all oth.r FARM USES — •s oil u* for prompt — AVAILABLE IN 500 AND 1,000 GAL. TANKS — North Central Public Service Co. "A CompUU LP «nd Natural Ga* Soviet." 295204 ALGONA I umber tycoon I). J. Mulrooney (Walter Brcnnan). at the wheel of his pride and joy, a 15)30 Rolls Roycc, drives his grandchildren, Rodney and Elizabeth (Matthew Garbcr and Karen Dotricc), through the California Redwoods where they become involved in an adventure with two lost gnomes in search of a lost colony of little people, in this scene from Walt Disney's comedy, "The Gnome-Mobile," starring Brcn- nan Tom Lowell, Mathew and Karen and Ed Wynn, costarring Richard Deacon and Scan McClory and featuring Cami Sebring. Ellis Kadison wrote the screenplay based on the novel by Upton Sinclair. Robert Stevenson directed. James Algar co-produced. Buena Vista releases. drove to Mt. Pleasant to visit a cousin and attended Uhe annual Old Threashers Reunion. They came home via Ottumwa and at Des Moines visited Mrs. Wyatt's mother, Mrs. May Mills, at Hutchison's Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa were recently visited by the former's sister, Mrs. Bessie Jei)- kins, of New Orleans. She left last Thursday with two other brothers, Fred Asa, Doan and Frank and his wife, Rutland, for a family reunion held annually in Illinois and was to visit there for a time before returning to New Orleans where she lives witlh a daughter's family since giving up her own home in Racine, We offer you more than just a convenient delivery ... we make sure that a reliable supply of LP- Ga» is always on hand, ready to serve all VOUF needs! The first fall meeting of DAiR will be held on Tuesday., Sept, 12 at Sid's Cafe. Hostesses will be Mesdames James ,Lyte, Warren Jones, and GrR. Cook;.-'-.' '• '. . -' •:* Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Adams.returned, almost .Mj) weeks ago from a; trip ;by bus ito Washington^ D. C. rid a visit with their son, Herbert., Jr.. and his family. He is a tedhni- oarertgi'heer in a Heavy Equipment outfit of the Army in which he has served 14 yeafcs, and has bsen stationed at Port Belvoir, Va., while living at Woodtoridge, Va., but left there on Au g. 22, for an * assignment in Thailand. DUJ- , ing two weeks there his parents were shown over Wash- ' ingto and had a wonderful time. Herbert Jr's wife and four children will remain at ! Woodbridge while he is overseas. • Irving (Pudge) Miller took his son Dennis to Wavedy on Sunday where he is enrolled in the freshman class at Wart- !; burg College and remaiinted to start wrestling practice at .„ once. Mrs. Bertha Pommer accompanied her son and his wife, the Henry Loofts of Fenton and the daughter and her husband, the Gerrit D^ Waards of Titonka to Amos on Sunday, here they had a falmily gathering at the home of Dr, and Mrs. J. J. Henrich- sens, the daughter Margaret. : The three daughters of the Henrichsens were all at home. Two w'ho are married, were there with their husbands, Louise from Wilmington, Del, and Sara from Colorado U, whore her husband,, who returned last Spring from Viol Nam, is now in law school. The youngest daughter, Mary is beginning her semior year at Radcliffe College. Bob Amunsen came by bus from Minnesota Friday evening and met his wife -and children who came from Breda Where they had spent the preceding week with her ' parents. They were guests till Monday at the J. K. Lytle home. Mesdames Fred Geigel and Wes Bartle'tt attended a Music Reading Clink hold from 9:30 to 2:30 on Saturday alt the Oarlcton-Stewart Music Store dn Mason City. There were dome 130 people present and the Clinic leader came from Racine, Wis., with music he had chosen ranging from numbers for High School groups to Church Choirs. Steve George of the Algona H S Music department was also there and two former AHgonans: Grace Miller Gross- enjbach', who now -teaches at Maqtyoketa,' and - Wjargarei. lieiase, 'who teaches music at €resco and is the daughter of a former Methodist Algona district superintendent. Mrs. George Scuffham entered Park Hospital at Miason Oiity on Wednesday of last week and on Friday afternoon ALGONA THEATRE —Thursday Complete Program Begins: 7:00 - 9:05 "Georgy Girl" 7:20 • 9:20 —Friday Thru Wednesday Complete Program Begins: 7:00 • 8:30 "Legend Of Boy Eagle" 8:30 "Gnome-Mobile" 7:05 - 9:25 —Matinee Saturday at 1:30 —Sunday Complete Program Begins: 1:15 • 3:35 • 6:00 - 8:25 "Legend Of Boy Eagle" 1:15-3:35-6:00-8:25 "Gnome-Mobile" 2:00 - 4:306:50 - 9:20 STARLITE DRIVE-IN —Thursday and Saturday Complete Program Begins: 8:00 "Return of the Seven" 8:05 "Russians Are Coming" 10:00 —Saturday Mid-nite Show Only "Bunny Lake is Missing" 12:00 —Friday and Sunday Complete Program Begins: 8:00 "Russians Are Coming" 8:05 "Return of the Seven" 10:15 Starlite Drive-in Theatre Closes for the Season, See You Next Year. Mr. a«d Mr*. GleflH JeftCs ihosted a Jones family reunion over the weekend at their home oh South Jones Street. Among those present were: 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hoffman and three children, Milford, Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and children, Mr. and Mirs. Don Ohtistenseti, Dies Moines. They were joined by Mrs. Bessie Jones of Good Samaritan home. She is moth- or of Harold, Glenn and Mrs. Lett and met five of her great grandchildren for the first 'time. The guests arrived Saturday evening and some remained through Monday but Sunday was the big day of the gathering. • The Algona Woman's Club was assigned the month of August for service at the County Home and last Thursday, Aug. 31, they went there to entertain a,nd take a treat to the residents. On the Community committee were: Mesdames Perry Collins, R. O. Bjustrom, E. W. Lusby and Miss Clara Amesbury. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dearchs and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ouster were in Iowa City for the wedding Saturday afternoon of Plait's younger son, John Charles, to Denise Mama Dumon. The ct'remony took pliacc ot Chrst the King Lutheran Church. George Platl served his brother as best man, coming witili his wife and little diaugjPht^r from Aurora, 111. A Rehearsal dinner was held Friday evening at the OxYbke Inn, A mania. John and his bride are spending a short time in northern Mrontana, her homo and will return to Iowa City early next week. She is Head Nurse in Obstetrics at University Hospital and John ha.s one more year of Law School. While completing that, he is also working part time in an Iowa City Law office. . f HUMDAY, lir*T.»,1f|J fast vwsfck their two softs, . Don and Jack Clapsaddlc hefe and with the Dr. J. G. Clapsa<Mte« at Buft, planning t«f 'about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clap saddle arrived from Cap Mrt Bernata s Lynk and Mrs. Ellen Marshall were in Sioux City Sunday where they attended the Golden Wedding anniversary for Mrs. Lynk s brothelr, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wolle- Mrs. Lynk, his only sister and six nieces and a granddaughter poured. Mrs. Alex Dermand returned from Palos Verdes, Cailil, Whore she visited her son. Nidas and family for six weeks. She also visited many former Algona people there. While tiheirc she was given a prvate tour of the Mattel Toy Corporation where Nidas is Personnel Manager. Mrs. Dermatid left Tuesday for Chicago where she will meet her husband, Alex, Thursday at O'Hare airport on his return Crip from Greece, where he has been the past two months. This was his first trip back to his native country since coming to America 54 years ago. The Dormands will visit their daughter. Katliy who lives in Chicago, before returning to Algona. The O.E.S. is sponsoring a picnic next Sunday at 4 p.m. at Call State Park. All Masonic families and Demolays are invited to bj present. Each family sh.uild bring table service and a covered dish. Colfee and iced tea will be furnished. If the weather is bad, the picnic will be held at tho Masonic temple. REPORTER — Norway's Blanche Williams, 82, is retiring from her news reporting job wiith the Norway Star Ihis month after 11 years. Mrs. Williams began gathering news of her town when she was 71 years young and is still very interested in community affairs. underwent < surgery from which she is making a good recovery and may be released soon. She is in Room 107 ENDS THURSDAY SEPT. 7th Last Time Tonight JAMES MASON• ALAN BATES-LYNN REDGRAV DRIVE-IN THEATRE ALONA , IOW/X THURSDAY Thru SUNDAY SEPT. 7 Thru 10th 2 BIG FEATURES FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT FRIDAY Thru WEDNESDAY SEPT. 8 Thru 13th 2 Shows Each Evening — Fri. - Sat. - Mon. - Tues. • W«d. MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:30 CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 1 P.M. 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