Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1967
Page 11
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Marcello Maitroianni eyes Sophie Loren suspiciously in this scene from Joseph E. Levine's romantic drama, "Merrjege — Italian Style," coming in color end wide-screen Wednesday, Oct. 25, to the Algona Theatre, through Embassy Pictures release. ALGONA THEATRE —Thursday HELD OVER One Complete Showing Complete Program begins: 7:30 "The Dirty Dozen" 8:05 —Friday and Saturday One Complete Showing Each Evening. Complete Program begins: 7:30 "Is Paris Burning?" 7:45 —Saturday Matinee at 1:30 —Sunday Complete Program begins: 1:00 • 3:00 - 5:00 - 7:00 - 9.00 "Blow Up" 1:15-3:15-5:157:15-9:15 —Monday • Tuesday Complete Program begins: 7:00 • 9:00 "Blow Up" 7:15-9:15 —Wednesday Cinema Acts Festival Wonder of Austria 8:00 "Marriage Italian Style" 8:15 TAYLOR'S RECENT TRADE-INS 1967 Used Ford Galaxie 500, 4 door hardtop, 390 V-8. Power steering, power brakes. Light Turquoise color. Newish! 1964 BUICK Sport Coupe, LeSabre, automatic transmission, V-8, solid white, extra nice. . 1964 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 door, V-8, Cruise-o-matic. Blue color. Clean and sharp. 1964 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 door, power steering, Cruise-o-ma- tic, radio, V-8. Solid white with beige trim. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 door, power steering, V-8, Cruise-o- matic, radio. Light blue with matching trim. 1962 OLDSMOBILE Fiesta Station Wagon, power steering, power brakes, automatic transmission, radio. Solid white color. Extra nice! ' , , , 1962 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 door, power steering, radio, Cruise- o-matic. White color. • 1962 MERCURY Monterey Custom 4-door sedan, power steering, brakes, seats. Nice beige color with matching trim. 1962 VOLKSWAGEN Deluxe 2-door, radio, steel grey color, extra nice. 1961 DODGE Station Wagon, 3-seater, power steering, automatic transmission, V-8 engine, extra clean. 1961 CHEVROLET 4-door, Bel Air, power glide, V-8, clean, 2-tone. 1961 FORD Falcon Station Wagon, Fordomatic, 6 • economy engine. . 1961 MERCURY Convertible, power steering, power brakes, automatic transmission, radio. Sharp! . 1961 FORD Fairlane 4-door, V-8, automatic transmission, radio. 1960 T-BIRD 2-door Hardtop, Air Conditioning, power steering, sharp. , 1960 RAMBLER 4-door, automatic transmission, power steering. 1959 VOLVO 2-door, 4-speed, clean. AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!! • 1968 MUSTANG (New) 2-door Hardtop • 1967 MUSTANG (New) 2-door Hardtop Services for LoiieRoek on Saturday Lent Reek — Funeral services for Frederick Schultz were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, Rev. Albert Bullock, officiating, assisted by Rev, Marvyn Schultz, Little Rock. Bearers were Arthur Pearson, Alfred Schultz, Ronald Schultz, Charles Zoller, David Lynch, Sr., and Harlan Blanchard. Burial was in Burl township cemetery. Frederick Schultz was born to Frederick and Albertina Schultz, south of Hurt, Feb. 16, 1878, and died Oct. 11 at the Heritage Home, Bancroft. He attended grade school at Buft and graduated from Capital City Commercial College, Des Moinee. Me was married to Louise Anderson who died in 1915, A daughter was born. Rella, who died at the age of 6 years, and a son Roscoe who lives at Milwaukee. Wis. Mr. Schultz was married to Ida Krueger in 1916. They operated a grocery store in Lone Rock for 54 years, having sold their business in 1966. The Schultzcs had their golden Wedding in May 1966. Mr. Schultz was a imember of the Presbyterian Church and sang in the church choir for 10 years. 'He is survived by his wife Ida, son Roscoa, two granddaughters, Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Jack Schmietz • (Sharon) New 'Berlin, Wis.; one great grandson Jeffrey; 2 brothers, Ben, of Spencer, and Will, Cedar Rapids; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by five brothers, Herman, Otto, Robert, Al- >bert and Charlie, and two sisters, Minnie Dow and <Martha Gross. Mrs. Esther Osborn was a dinner guest at Milton Madison's Sunday. She is (Mr. Madison's sister. Sunday evening they attended a farewell for Mrs. Osborn at the Bancroft Baptist church. She is moving to Fairmont. David Radig, son of the Wilfred Radigs left Sunday for Des Moines where he will attend .the United Electronics Institute. ,,.(,, Susan Blanchard, daughter of the Don Blanchards, Lone Rock, was chosen Queen at the Estherville band festival Saturday. Susan is a senior at Sentral high school which she represented. She is the band majorette and is active in chorus, basketball, soft- 'ball and track. A reception will be held Tuesday evening at the Sentral high school. The Ladies Sunday School class of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will meet October 30 to pack and wrap Christmas gifts for servicemen in the Lone Rock community. Anyone haying the addresses of these servicemen .should contact Mrs. Clair Bellinger or Mrs, Delmar Fischer, Lone Rock. (Mrs. Bill Shelton, Mrs. Delmar Fischer and Steve spent the weekend at Swlsher visiting the Larry Menz family. The Rodger Jensens and Cathie spent Friday at Ames. It was parents day at the college, their son Rodney is attending. Rodney accompanied them home for the weekend. IAPTISMAL RlTIf Baptismal rites were held Sunday, October 8 for Clarence LeRoy, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence Bruns, Rev. William Noland of the Methodist church officiating. Sunday, October 15 Eric Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson was baptized in the same church by the pastor, Rev. Noland. METHODIST MYF MEET The Methodist senior MYF is planning a hayride party Sunday, Octdber 22. To be eligible to go, the person must have attended two meetings in Odbober afrtd must have permission slips signed by the parents and returned music, Sherry Boettcher and Vicki Dreyer; reporter, Kay Dreyer; telephone committee, Julie Wcgener, Donna Baxter and Cheryl Lieb. Cheryl Lieb is a new member. i ^^^^^_^ PROGRESSORS ELECT The Fenton Progressors 4-H club met Oct. 12 at the Fenton Community hall, with 21 members and 4 visitors. Election of officers was held: President, Bob Bierle; vice, Ted Pompe; sec., Gary Laabs; itreas., David Voigt; reporter, Lynette Johnson; telephone committee, Lee Dreyer and Wayne Gerhart. Darlene Ut- hof gave a talk on manners. Lunch was served by Max Borchardt and David Voigt. The Fred Jentzes spent several days last week with the Rev. and Mrs. Gus Bone at Grey Eagle, Minn. Sunday afternoon visitors with Mrs. William Elmers were the W. H. Meyera, Algona, and Hans Hansens, Estherville. The Fred Jentzes, Eldon Hurlburts and Herman Maah- es were Sunday dinner guests at Donald Hurlburt's. The Gerald Jentzes attended the wedding of Mrs. Jentz's cousin, Duane Hudson Wednesday evening at Mallard. BRAND NEW Alias Snow Tires .Full 4 Ply—Reg. $34 SPECIAL $1499 + TAX Guaranteed for life by Standard Oil TRUCKS 1963 Ford F-350 One Ton Truck, Duals, V-8, 4 Speed, wi»h or without excellent service body. 1963 Chevrolet Corvan, Side and Rear Doors, Radio. includes $400 worth of Special Bins i Drawers, An excellent vehicle for service work of any type. Very Good Condition! 1949 Dodge 2 Ton Truck, 2 Speed Axle. Runs and looks very good, An lideal older farm truck. BEST SELECTION IN THE AREA OH 1961 A 1962 MODELS! IS TO CHOOSE FROM »• ALL MAKES ft MODELS - ALL EXCELLENT BUYS! TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Ford, Lincoln ft Mercury - Sales ft Service •••••••••••MM Fenton RHONE 295-3504 ALGONA, IOWA lUMMMMMIHMIIIimilllllll ••••MMMMMMMMM OFFICERS ELECTED The Fenton Forwards girls 4-H club met Monday evening with Karen Jentz hostess. A talk on choosing and buying towels and sheets was given by Debbie Bierle and a talk on color schemes was given by Sandra Seegebarth. A demonstration on care of floors was given by Sandra Seegebarth and a demonstration on slips and slip covering was given by Evelyn Bierstedt. Election of officers was 'held: President, Diana Mills; vice, Debbie Bierle; sec., Evelyn Bierstedt; treas, Barbara Baxter; historian, Susan Bierle; photographer, Jean Pompe; recreation and to Patti Muckey by October lfc. MOMEMAKERS CLUB The Plum Creek Homemakers club will meet Wednesday, October 25 with Eleanor Mawdsley and Mildred Scuffam as hostesses. Roll call, Safety precautions in the home. Lesson, Protect the People. Leader Ardeen Sampson and Inspiration Maude Jergensen. 60th WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Julian Peterson observed their sixtieth wedding anniversary Sunday, October 15 and open house was held from 2 till 4 o'clock. Arrangements were made by their son-in-law and daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson of Royal. 7th BIRTHDAY Mrs. Robert Bonnette gave a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of the seventh birthday of her daughter Brenda. Guests were Laurie Smith, Debra and Susan Householder, Vicki Peterson, Angela Johnson and Christie iMeneke. FALL FESTIVAL The Methodist WSCS fall festival is being held Thursday, October 19 beginning at 9:30 a.m. Luncheon will be served from 11 a.m. till 1 p;m., priced at $1.00. The public is invited. SCORPTOMIST CLUB The Soroptomist club met Wednesday, October ifi. Pfo- gram by Florence Bjustrom and .Frances Grantham. Pfo- gram, Community Service. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Lloyd Muckey was hostess to her bridge club last week Wednesday after' noon. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Alex Dermand entertained her bridge club Wed' nesday afternoon, October 18. CIRCLE MEETS The January circle of the Methodist WSCS meets Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. William Castle. A CHURCH ml SERVICES Immanuel Lutheran Rev. A, E. Vehling, Pastor Letts Creek Saturday, Oct. 21 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. — Saturday School. Sunday, Oct. 22 10:00 a.m. — Divine Service with Holy Communion. 9:00 a.m. — Sunday School and Bible Classes. 7:00 p.m. — Reformation Banquet at St. Paul Lutheran School Gymnasium at Whit- temorc. Wednesday, Oct. 25 7:30 p.m. — Choir rehearsal. Thursday, Oct. 26 8:00 p.m. — Board of Education meets at St. Paul Lutheran School at VVhittc- more. Immanuel Lutheran Rev. Win. Stock Livermore Thursday, Oct. 19 7:00 p.m. — Choir rehears- 8:00 p.m. — Walthef Leag- Alfefifi (!**•) A<fMM**»3 ue *• GOOD FOOD ALWAYS I "You expect more from Standard and you get it" CHUCK DEHR'S Standard Service 295-3372 COMPLETE LUNCHEON INEAL 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. — $|00 Short Orders-Steaks-Chops ORDERS TO GO Open 24 Hours Friday and Saturday BLUE & WHITE CAFE 301 South Phillips Phone 295-9173 we/come to CHARLIE'S Phone 295-9132 CLUB 9:00 a.fn. ~ 9:00 a.m. —. Bible School. 10:00 am. — Divine ~Wof. Sunday, 5*1, 22 ship with singing by the jUft- 9:00 a.m. — Sunday School, ior choir mmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmm*mmii»m'+ FEATURING: • Ga« Conversion* • Kohler Fixtures • Myers Pumps R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3234 ALGONA HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND "The DIRTY DOZEN" Through Thursday FRIDAY - SATURDAY OCT. 20 - 21 ONE COMPLETE SHOWING EACH EVENING MATINEE SATURDAY 1:30 PARAMOUNT PICTURES SEVEN ARTS/RAY STtRK picsenl ADMISSION — Adults $1.25 Children 50c SUNDAY -MONDAY -TUESDAY ONE MILE SOUTH OF ALGONA, IOWA OCT. 22-23-24 CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 1 P.M. ON SUNDAY 2 Shows Each Evening — Monday A Tuesday fll BEST FILM OF 1966!" National Society ol Film Critics A Carlo Ponti Production Anronioni's BLOW-UP Vanessa Redgrave David Hemmings • Sarah Milet COLOR Recommended for mature- audiencct A Premier Produclioni Co., Inc. Bclcaio PLEASE ADULTS ONLY NO CHILDREN ADMITTED ADMISSION — Adults -1.25 WEDNESDAY-OCT. 26Hi ONLY CINEMA ARTS FESTIVAL CURTAIN TIME 8 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOWING 'ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 Joseph E. Levine (weienli W* &** , . Loren Mastroianm )e *i> Embassy Pictures Rnn. ADULTS $1.25 Marriage Italian Style ,. 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