Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
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Join me for Sundav Crunch lfidni (lOwi) Adviftct THURSDAY, OCT. 26,1M? LuVerne Methodist KPV, H. A. nits*tii*y«f LuVerne Saturday, Oct. 29 10:30 a.m.'— Youth Membership class. Sunday, Oct. 29 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. — Worship Service. Monday, Oct. 30 3:45 p.m. — Junior choir practice. Wednesday, Nov. t 7:00 p.m. — Senior choir practice. State Farm brings you NFL football on CBS-TV! (And a better deal on car Insurance, too. See me.) JIM ST. JOHN 112 N. Thorington St. Phone: 295-555C SI All. I AKM MUIUAI. AUioMoim. i. INSUKANM: COMPANY Ilium Ollitc: llliMjMimiiliiii, Illimiis BRAND NEW Alias Snow Tires Full 4 Ply— Reg. $34 SPECIAL S1499 i TAX Guaranteed for life by Standard Oil "You expect more from Standard and you get it" CHUCK BEHR'S Standard Service _ 295-3372 St. Cecilia Catholic at. fi«». Mtftt. f. f. tttui* Alfdfli MASSES AT ST. CECEUA Sunday Masses — 6:00, 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30. Weekdays — 6:45 and 8 a.m. CONFESSIONS — Satur- diys, days before First Friday and Holidays. On the hour 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 p.m. Other times by appointment. Sacred Heart Catholic R«v. Ralph Ohermlre Ledyord 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. — Sunday Masses. 7:30 a.m. — Week Day Masses. Confessions Saturday night at 7:00. Sunday 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. 8:00 p.m. — Knights of Columbus meet the first Monday of the month. 8:00 p.m. — Rosary Society the second Wednesday of tlu! month. Sacred Heart Catholic Itrv. Itohert A. Thlele Livcrmore Sunday Masses — 8 and 10 a.m. Weekday Mass — 7:30 a.m. First Fridays at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Nozorene Algona 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship. 7:00 p.m. — Young Peoples Meeting. 7:30 p.m. — Evening Evangelistic Meeting. MAKE A DATE WITH KLGA1600 kc EVERY DAY for MUSIC - NEWS - SPORTS AND ALL THE LATEST WEATHER •••••i Plug in...to modern Electrical Living With literally dozens of electrical appliances to serve you, you home's wiring must be ready to let them serve you. That means you need adequate electrical wiring, so all those labor-saving appliances get enough power to operate. Whether you're building or remodeling, make sure your electrical contractor provides • A main wiring panel of at least 100 amperes—preferably 150 or 200 amperes. • Enough branch circuits to serve various areas of your house, including 220- volt circuits for major appliances. • Enough outlets so you don't need a maze of extension cords. • Plenty of readily-accessible switches everywhere. Then you're ready to live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities Who says they dortt make .Vfesterns like they used to? Jean Simmons look* on as George Peppard and Dean Martin engage in a serious game of poker in "Rough Night In Jericho," a Martin Rackin production for Universal photographed in Technicolor. It is a thrilling, excitement-packed dramatic adventure story. ALGONA THEATRE —Thursday Thru Saturday Complete Program Begins: 7;00 - 9:05 "In The Heat of The Night" 7:15-9:20 —Halloween Costume Party Saturday Matinee at 1:00 Complete Program Begjns: 1:00 "Clarence, The Cross Eyed Lion" 1:35 —Halloween Spook Show Saturday Night at 11:30 Complete Program Begins: 11:30 "Curse of the Fly" 11:30 "Devils of Darkness" 1:00 —Sunday Complete Program Begins: 1:00-3:05-5:05-7:00-9:10 "Rough Night In Jericho" 1:20-3:20-5:15-7:25-9:20 —Monday Thru Wednesday Complete Program Begins: 7:00-9:10 "Rough Night In Jericho" 7:20 - 9:20 M !• MM'11 !• 111 I'M 11111 I..|..I..|..I..|..|.I..|.I|IM.I|..|.III|HH' Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 Mrs. Wilbur Zcigler was hostess to x her Thimble Club on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith, Deis Moines, were here Saturday for the funeral of Mrs. Don Smith. Jim is a nephew of Don, and his late parents, 'the Arthur Smiths, once lived here. Also coming home fOr their grandmother's funeral were two sons of the Craig Smiths: Mike, who is in college at Winona, and Bob from Iowa City. The Past Matrons' Club will meet Tuesday, Oct. 31 in the Masonic Temple dining room for a potluck luncheon. David Smart, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Misbach, recently was transferred by his firm from Evanston, 111., to the.home office at Rochester, N. Y., and with 'his wife, the former Mary Misbach, and little daughter Heather, moved about a month ago to the new assignment. Mrs. Ervin Handel with her sons Randy and Kent drove to Dubuque on Friday and remained with her father, Leo Callen, till Sunday. Mrs. S. A. Slater, Worthing. ton, Minn., came recently to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. Another daughter, Mrs. H. E. Luoma, and Leslie, arrived by plane at Mason City on Friday to spend the weekend at the Hemmingsen home and flew back to Chicago on Monday. Tuesday, Oct. 24, in his car, for Washington, D. C., to attend the annual meeting of the National Dental Association in session Oct. 26 to Nov. 3. While there he will visit his sister, Margaret Hoffman, a government employee Who is engaged in Child Welfare, and will also see three nephews of his late wife: Vernon, Dean and Bob Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Steele were visited Tuesday by the former's cousin, Mrs. Frances Bainbridge of Kingsley, and a friend, Mrs. Elizabeth Hackett, Riverside, California. They were accompanied •by 'Mrs. Eugene Kraft and tittle daughter, also of Kingsley. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Genrich, are back in Algona after completing a trip to Expo and plan to remain here for some time visiting their many relatives and friends, while making their home with Ed's sister, Mrs. Harry Nolle. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Houck arrived on Oct. 22 from Southgate, Calif., coming by car and have been guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. D. H. 'Hall with whom their mother, Mrs. Minnie Houck is staying. On Saturday the Lloyd Houck's two children, fiati and Sharon flew to Des Moifi* « where they were met by 'their rather and Mr. Hall, the family left this midweek for Woven, S. D*k., td visit relatives before returning to California, the elder Mrs. Houck celebrated her 83rd birthday last week and it was observed by a family dinner at Charlie's, they also spent one day touring Iowa's Great Lakes. About tin years ago Mr. and 'Mrs. John Sinko of Oak Park, Hi., were in Algona to present, a plaque which now hangs in the upper corridor of the County Courthouse. The plaque represents the . Great Seal of Hungary at the time when Louis Kosstith (for whom our County was named) was president of .that nation and was given by Mr. Sinko, a wealthy industrialist. Mr. Sinko died a year or so later. But last week his widow visited Algona. She was enroute to California from her summer home in the East and wanted to visit our Historical Museum. She . highly prizes the honorary memberships presented to her and her late husband on their previous visit here and this time made a substantial gift to the Museum project. She was entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby, Mrs. Wade Sullivan, and Mrs. William Steele on •the evening of her visit here. Guests at the Fred Geigel home on Monday were 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Geigel and Mrsittkliia Giegel-Rupp, all of Monroe, Wis., who were returning from a trip to Billings, Mont. They are cousins of Fred who were in Montana when Geigels visited other relatives at Monroe last week. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Jepson, Des Moines, were weekend guests of Mrs. L. C. Hanson and the three drove to Blue Earth on Sunday to see Mrs. Chris Knudsen with whom they had dinner at her home. Ten Algona women attended the North Iowa Conference meeting of the Methodist Women's Society of Christian , Service held Tuesday at Forest City. It was a Workshop on World Understanding and was titled: A Safari Through Africa. Local women who enjoyed it were: Mesdames Arthur Bensehot- er, L. L. Riter, Merle Webster, Sid Spear, G. R. Cook, George Wolf, D. E. Dewel, A. E. Clayton, Florence Hayden and Inez Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins were visited last week by a grandson, Charles M. Hutchins, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hutchins of Hutchinson, Minn. Charles was home on leave from Lackland Air Base in Texas. He has been in the Air Force one year and expects that he will be re-assigned at the end of this leave, While here he also called on three uncles: Arkly, Howard and Miller, who are brother* of Charles's mother. HOME ON LtAVC t»fc< and .Mrs. Virgil Leftoy Wolf, Colorado Springs, arrived home on an 8 day leave at the parental Virgil Wolfs, Bancroft and Lawrence R4e- dels. Algona. the birthday of Mrs. Wolf, the former Linda Riedelj will te Observed white they are home. ffife Wolfs will return Saturday to ft. Collins, Colo., whefre he is a CO jeep driver and mail oletk. total atmospheric pressure on your body is between 30 and 40 thousand pounds. af . THE LONE ROOK MNK Lone Keck, lowt At elota of businMs, October 4, 1967 ASSETS: Cash and balances with other banks .i~-$ 135,294.23 U. S, Government obligations direct and guaranteed ____-_.-__ _._ •_:. 290,030.35 Obligations of political sub-divisions 178,922.27 Loans and discounts (including O. D.'s) 1,447,409.98 Bank premises owned .___: 9,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 1,150.00 tOtAL ASSETS LIABILITIES: Demand Deposits Time deposits _ -__$ 2,061,806.83 1,103,484.29 902,511,13 Total deposits individuals and partnerships & political subdivisions .. Capital i Surplus ! Undivided profits "___. 2,005,995.42 30,000.00 20,000.00 5,811.41 TOTAL LIABILITIES .___ $2,061,806.83 GENERAL BANKING AND INSURANCE SERVING THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1899 A. L. Cotton, Chairman K. W. Jackson, President K. K. Jones, Cashier . Lucille Seegebarth, Ass't. Cashier Dennis Heerdt, Teller Shirley Shaw, Bookkeeper SATURDAY OCT. 26 Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson will drive to Lexington, Nebr., this weekend and 'spend several days at the home of their son Roger and 'his family. Both are on a week of vacation. A number of out of town people were included in the group who heard Miss Marian Warner of Davenport on Friday evening as she showed slides and told of her work at Hawabagh Women's College in Jabalpur, India, an interdominational school. Refreshments were served following the fine talk. Mrs. Eva Kirk has returned to her home in Los Angeles after ten clays in Algona with her sister, Mrs. Carl Wiuff, and her niece, Mrs. Allen Buchanan and family, The Craig Smiths will move next Tuesday to their new home in Country Club area & the W. B. MacDonalds will move the following day to the East Grove street house they recently purchased from Smiths. Since their new home is not fully completed, the Craig Smiths-will stay for a time with his fattier, Don Smith, Sr., in his apartment. Judo* and Mrs. G. W. Stillman drove to LaCrosse Friday afternoon and remained till Sunday with their daughter Marcia's family, Mr. end Mrs. Dan Jones and sons. Dr. K«rl Hoffman left Thursday - Friday - Saturday OCT. 26 • 27 - 28 "They're going to pin something on that sinart cop from Philadelphia... maybe a medal... maybe a murder." Sunday Through Wednesday OCT. 29 THRU NOV. 1 THEY STALKED EACH OTHER LIKE ANIMALS IN THE NIGHT! They got a murder on their hands, They don't know what to do with it, mm OFTWE NIGHT DEAN \f/GEORGE ' MARTIN PEPPARD He L/ves To Kill! He Kills Jo Live 1 ROUGH NIGHT ,n JERICHO JIAM SIMMONS 2 COMPLETE FEATURES EACH EVENING ADMISSION — ADULTS $1.25 TECHNICOLOR. COMING SOON 'DR. ZHIVACO CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 1:00 PM. SUNDAY Mon. - Tu'es. - Wed. — 2 complete shows each evening Admission — Adults $1.25 Children 50c ALGONA HAWAII

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