Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1967
Page 13
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Of ipecial interest to local I cirtemiddicti U the announcement that in important »eriei of Art motion pictures has b«*n booked for the Algona Theatre beginning Wednei- day, October 25th with the film. Marriage, Italian Style, arthe "starter." So-called Art pictures are shown in Most larger cities and have a special appeal be' cause they are usually of foreign and have a distinctly con- - tinental flavor. Algona is tot' tunate to be able to show these films to a selected audience at popular prices. The pictures, six in number, will be sold for $5.00; all will be shown on Wednesday nights only and the fob lowing titles are booked: Oct. 25 — Marriage Italian Style. Nov. 8 — The Servant. Nov. 29 — Breathless. Dates open in January and February for Black Orpheus, Juliet of the Spirits, and Divorce, Italian Style. The box office price for each show will be $1.25, so patrons will save $2.50 by buying season tickets. A special arrangement for tickets allows the holder of 'a season ticket to use all six, or any part of the six, for any performance. In other words, if the patron misses one or two shows, he may still use these .tickets for a guest or guests to any remaining show. In this way he cannot lose the price of a season ticket. Tickets for this important series of Art films will be available shortly and if you are interested, drop a postcard or call the box office for further particulars, and tickets will be forwarded to you. , It must be emphasized that these films fit into the "adult category" and are unusual, both in theme and direction. They are not intended for strictly entertainment value, as we know it, but are for the somewhat unusual "foreign" manner in which they are por trayed. Again, it must be emphasized that Algona is extremely fortunate in being able to bring you these special "Art" pictures at such a low price. Larger cities usually charge as much as $2.50 for each fea- ure. The list is impressive. Alqonq Ho^uth County TttUMMY, IWT. 11,IN?, ALOONA, MWA vance Thoreson-DeBoer wedding SWM Eagle — Petrea Ann Thoreson, daughter of the Orville Thoresons, Swea City, and Jon Gilbert DcBoer, son of the Gilbert DeBoers, Ledyard, were married August 27 at Immanuel Lutheran church, Swea City, with Rev. Julius Peterson officiating. Attendants were Joyce Dickson, Ames, a sorority sister, and Gary Noble, Ames, a fraternity brother. Ushers were Craig Doll, Ames, and Mark McCoy, Ledyard. There were 45 at a wedding supper at the social hall of the church. After a wedding trip to northern Minnesota, they arc living at 1418 Carroll Ave./ Ames, where both are students at the university. of Bradgate, son of Mrs. Raymond Loos of ottosen and John Saturn of Pomeroy, ort Sept. 23 at the U vet-wore Methodist Church. The color scheme was carried out in yellow and whits and Mrs. Donna Thompson was in charge of the program which consisted of some "guessing games". Those on the committee were: Mrs. Cecil Sabrieber, Mrs. Donna Thompson, Mrs. Don Collins, Mrs. Fritz Anderson, Mrs. Royal Westberg, Mrs. Frances Collins, Mrs. Curt Fox, Mrs. Merlin Marlowe, Mrs. Faber Dugan, Mrs. Duane Williams and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann. Those assisting with the gifts were: Bea Kay of Algona, Becky Serebrin, Nadine Satern, Madge Salmon and Theda Salmon. Mr*. Molly Foth accompanied her daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul to Bancroft on Sunday, Sept. 10 where they attended the reception for the 40th wedding anniversary of her sister and husband, Mtr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard at St. John's Parish Hall in the afternoon. They also called at the homes of Mr. and' Mn. Albert Elfbecker and Mr. and Mrs. Alb Kayser at Bancroft. Mr. and Mr». Fred Hinti and Mrs. Corniel Smith spent Sunday in the Dwayne Miller hbme ait Geneva. Mr. Miller, a former teacher in the Livermore school, now teaches at ;Ackley. There are three girls in the family. Mrs. Ray Uthof Bridal shower Fenton Sept. 10 for Thola Salmon Livermore — A bridal shower was held at the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon Sept. 10 for Miss Thola Salmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salmon, who will be married to John Saturn, Jr., The Paul Saxtons, Norfolk, Va., were Thursday guests of Mrs. Florence Saxton. They also visited Mrs. Hary Hanson ait the Valley View Rest Home, Armstrong. Mrs. Florence Saxton and Pete were Sunday guests at Torger Maig's, Depew. Mrs. Florence Saxton and Pete were Wednesday guests at Delbert Saxton's, Cylinder. The Bob Losses were Sun- day afternoon guests at Norman Finnestad's. Evening guests were the Gene Vaudte and Angela, Arnos Finnesfclds and Marlys, and Lucy Lofstrom and Butch Lean, Swea City. The George Hildretihs toft 'Monday after two weeks at Homer Matthiesen's. Friday guests of the Matthiesens were the George Hitdreiths, Louis Trusse-ls, Des Moines, attd Mrs. A. J. Hildreth. The Frank McFalls and Rsx Wolfs were Sunday guests at the Forest Whisler's, Webster City. Iris Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday at Mrs. Frank Me- Fall's with Mrs. Jessie Newel co-hostess. There were 15 members and a guest, Mrs. Roger Ritchie and daughter. .Devotions were by Mrs. CuH- iss Lura and Mrs. Ed Reimer?. The Clarence Arbogasts and Carl Becks have returned from a fishing trip to Horsn ,Shoe Lake, Richmond, Minn. The Merlin Wegeners and Virgil Borcharclts were Sunday guests of the Harlan Eim- crs. The David Bcrklands, Paula and Jeff, were Friday evening visitors at Stanley Berkland's. , The Larry Alts, Mrs. Robert Retterath, Minneapolis, and the Art Krauses were Saturday guests at Stanley Berkland's. ' The E. W. Hindcrmans. Owatonna, Minn., were Fri- 'day coffee guests at Frank McFall's. The William Dewalls, Dak? Voigts, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and 'girls, and ihe Mclvin Berklands spent Sunday at the Spencer fair. The Walter R. Smiths, St. Petersburg, Fla., spent the weekend at Floyd Duncan's. Sunday guests at Herman Maah's were the Fred Jentzes. Mrs Lena Jentz, the John Kerbers and Walter Jenfaes, ^Fairmont. The Tony Miciles, Des Moines, have a boy. He weighed 8 ibs. Mrs. Micile is the former Peggy Voigt. < Mrs. Charles Newel spent ilast , week at Richard McCarty's at Hartley. Mrs. Robert Sewell and son ,Ricky, Long Beach, Calif., .have been guests at the par, ental G. M. Jorgenson's the .past month. They also visited the Don Jorgensons, Algona, land the George 0. Jorgen/sons, Fenton. Weekends were spent at Spirit Lake in the Jorgenson cottage wiWi all three families present. Ricky spent one Week in Mason City with a schoolmate. Both boys returned to Long Beach by train as school opened there Sept. 11. Mrs. Sewell stayed until Sept. 16 and flew home by jet from Minneapolis. James B. Williams, Ottumwa, was a visitor at Emil C. Bleckwenn's last Wednesday. Mr. Williams and Mr. Bleckwenn were fraternity brothers and roommates at Iowa State, Ames. It had been 40 years since they had seen each other. Keith Hurlburt, son of the Eldon Hurlburts, was taken by plane from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, to St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn., Wednesday morning. The Fred Jentzes expected to go to Rochester Tuesday and bring him and Mrs. Eldou Hurlburt to their home at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Ray Stoeber spent the weekend at Irvin Kassulke's, St. James, Minn., Ray Stoeber, Irvin and Kent Klausske spent the weekend on a fishing trip in Minnesota. Mrs. Rose Krausc went with the Howard Krauses as far as Gray Eagle, Minn., where she visited a week at Rev. G. O. Bohn's. Mrs. Bonn and Mrs. Krause are sisters. The Howard Krauses went to Deer River for the week. A CHURCH ml SERVICES Immanuel Lutheran Rev. Arnold E. Vehllni Letts Creek Thursday, Sept. 21 Sunday School Staff meets. 7:15 p.m. — Lower grade teachers. 8:00 p.m. — Business Meet,• ing- 8:15 p.m. — Upper grade Teachers. Friday, Sept. 22 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. — Communion announcements. 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. — Communion announcements. Saturday, S«pt. 23 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. — Saturday School. Sunday, Sept. 24 9:30 a.m. — Divine Service. Holy Communion. 8:30 a.m. — Sunday School and 'Bible Classes. 7:30 p.m. — Algona Circuit Bible institute at immaniuei Lutheran Church, Lotta Creek. This includes a special class for Young People. TiiMday, Stfrt, 26 8:00 p,m. — Board of Education Meeting at St. Paul Lutheran School at WhitUs more. Wednesday, Sept, 27 10:30 a.m. — Lutheran Women's Missionary League Rally at Trinity Lutheran Church at Algona. 7:00 p.m. — Parents-Teacher's League at St. Paul's Lutheran School at Whittemore begins with pot-luck supper. Saturday, Sept. 30 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. — Saturday School. First Methodist Kev. Frank L. Conildlnc, Pastor Corwlth Sunday, Sept. 24 9:15 a.m. — Church School. 10:30 a.m. — Worship vice. . iMYF on 1st and 3rd Sunday nights. - - ' . 8:00 p.m. — Official Botfe) on 1st Wednesday night e*di month. Wednesday, Sept. 20 5:00 p.m. — Annual Stnof* gasbord at Corwith Methodist Church. Serving until all are served; Adults $1.50; children 5-11 • 75c each; under 5 - SOc each. Thursday, Sept, 11 3:45 p.m. — Junior Ohoir. 8:00 p.m. — Chancel Choir. Tuesday, Sept, 26 7:30 p.m. — MaSon City District Churohmanship meeting with Bishop Thomas preaching at Mason City 1st Methodist Church. Sept. 25, 26 and 27th: 93rd Annual WCTU State Convention at Clear Lake Methodist Church. A cordial invitation is extended to all. It's Dividend Time at the Land Bank We arc owned by the people we serve. As owners, our members of record May 31, 1967, will be rccclvinR dividend checks, payable October 1, 1967, amounting to 6% on the stock they own ... in this manner they arc sharing in the earnings for the past year. 26 Dividends have been paid to stockholders during the past twenty years. If you need a long term loan on land, stop in. Let us tell you how you can automatically become a member-owner of the association—entitled to dividends, to all of the other advantages of a modern Land Bank loan. Federal Land Bank Association of Algona (South of Pinnty'i) I, H. Mulchlnl, MUniftr K«lth R. Hopp, AMlltint H.ltn H»i, Anltlint LEYS "The Fashion Center in Algona for Women and Girls" trie many Autumn Spice looks of fashioned in Orion* Sauce for the group . . . the go-glow group that makes the biggest stir. Spicy sweater toppings in piquant shadings to make the zestiest connections with a skirt and pants collection, All, 100% Orion acrylic in fall-fresh colors. Sizes 5-15. A. Rib-patterned pullover, $8.00. Pleater that takes great panes, $13.00, B, Short-stop slipover. Fly-front pants, $13.00. C. Mock-turtle knockout, $13.00. Plaid kiltie, $13.00. D. Color-spiced cardigan, $12.00 Panel-front pleater, $13.00. E. Rah-rah rib top, $8.00. {•'??%• .'.'/- ; H. •DuPont trademark lor its acrylic fiber > Jit - : ''» Sj I - ' »••*•»• ^ N ' x »-<lll "C ?

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