Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1967
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"WI IIJElUr AT THE ILMNA TNEATK THURSDAY, NOV. f,1W tef noon they went to Humbr> Mt for the 25th wedding §Mi< iverwy of Mr. ind Mrs. Floyd dotv^eti, brother Mid of tiie 'lite Hugh Mrs, Chirks PftMtrttn irr- ived homo by train Sunday morning and was met M fter< ry by her soil Runell of Burl. She toad been at PtortiiAd, Ore., for more thin * month with iher daughter's family. >the Lewis Perry*, Who moved there torn WftMi Walk, Wanh., in July, ttf, Perry resigned laM. apring t* preat' <teflt of Whitman coU«ge and fe ifflw vice-preRkJettUrtii* ureY of Standard k«unnce Co. The daughter Barbarm, a senior (his year at Cartton college trfttw to spettd the Thanksgiving hoMday hen with her grtndmother. CD OP A MIITINO TODAY CDof A Court 283 of St. Cecelia's will hold their dinner and business meeting Thursday (today) «t 6:30 p.m. Jacqueline Kinden, Algona, a junior at the University of Iowa, J§ wtvifigJi wdii chairman in one of the unts of Burg* Mall, She Ji the daughter of Mr, .and Mrs, 0, B. Kinden. • • Jane Raney, a sophomore at the U of I and daughter of the Lyle Raneys, Algona, is activities chairman of her unit at Burge Hall. They will fill these positions for the 196748 icidenv id year. Residence hill unit officer! administer house rules and plan social and educational ictivitiei for dormi* tory residents. class play, "Creeping Shadows", WM well received on Seneca •Mra< Henry tlie SentraJ high school jun* Frtday evwrtfig. The <«t in- eluded m«ny 9c<iegmg «ttM>. f)£ tnCftl . vMefMI • \rtngBW&Q, Lenny Haiid, Row Johnson, Jem G*-m*in, Ltnd* Sue Kradtt, Judy BoUig, Tterwa Kennedy And M«ry Ohnemus. Oompletiftg die oast were Mi- fee JttioMfi, Dawn ffldkidgc, Paula Wiener, Bob flierle, Davtd Marlow, Wm. Duncan, 0*rt Priebe, Nancy Getoeti- «ur, Ed. FUOM and Steven Schfe*. THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATUROAY NOV. 9* 10* 11 DIRECT FROM ITS ROADSHOW ENGAGEMENT' SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES SPECIAL SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES One of the JVorld War I planes that "star" in "The Blue Max," 20th Century-Fox's action drama in Cinemascope and DeLuxe color whose human stars are George Peppard, James Mason and Ursula Andress. ALGONA THEATRE Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Mr. and Mr.. Walter (Clamp visited Mrs. Lottie Eiseniber- ger alt Bunt Sunday. A daughter born aarly Friday 'morning to Mr. and Mrs. (Me Shipler 'has been named Cynthia Ann, and wMl probably be called Oindy. The Shiplers have two other daughters and one son. .Their 'grandmother, 'Mrs. Walt Ad- iams, Stayed with them day- ttmes while their mother was at St. Ann amd an aunt Stayed nights. Mrs. Shipler and the baby were released from the hospital on Tuesday. Mr. Shipler is employed at Wei- denhoffs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow Attended a board meeting of the Mariners dub at Boone on Sunday. Mrs. Russall Medin Went to iRoohester on Thursday of last week with the Walter Bleadhs and drove her husband home to Whiltemore in their car which he had taken Ho Rochester. He was visited there by his parents< the Sam Medins, who are now alt St. Gtoud with their son Kenneth «nd his wife who were recently transferred there from Moorhead, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Black* main, of Norwalk, Visited his grandmother, Mrs. Delos Gardner last week. Roger 'has just received his discharge from army service, having spent /two yeans in the United Slates. The couple plan to locate in Ames where he will be employed. Mrs. J. Albert Raid enter- ttttned the Garden Club on Monday afternoon. Mesdames Herb Hedlund and Harley Troutmenn were co-hostesses «t the 1:30 meeting. The program, "'Flowers in Foreign Lands", was given by Pauline Batt who showed slides ta- 'ken in Switzerland, Belgium 'and 'Holland during the five years she lived in Europe with her soldier husband now Lt. Ool. William Batt. Mrs. Marcel la Messier, Minville, Ore., was a guest last week of Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klaimp.,She is a niece of the women and had come by train to Omaha where she visited a otter and then came to Hum- bolldt where her mother, Mrs. Grace Fleming lives in a rest home. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson returned Saturday afternoon from a visit at Lexington, Neb., with their son, Roger and family. Enroute back they stopped Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Masher who now operate the Village Inn motel on highway 30 with Scranton as their add- rass. They sold their motel at Early before making the change. Anderson's son Roger has recently received a promotion, has sold his Lexington home and the family will move next month to Kearney, Neb., where he will be a supervisor for his comhany, Ban- leers' Life, of Nebraska. Mr. and Mr,. Charles Harvey, Minneapolis, came for the weekend with Mrs. G. R. Cook and the Carl GMJdng- hams, Mason City, were here on Saturday. Both women are nieces of Mrs. Cook who was pelbreting a birthday. In her fconjar, Aiyidry Frye had an open house Saturday afternoon many friends called. Phone 295-2605 City Sunday taking his mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson to the home of her daughter Helen, Mrs. William Bradbury. Mrs. Godfredson had come early in June from California and while here had also visited a brother and had been with her son Les and his wife at Ottawa, HI., shortly before leaving here. She Will visit at the Bradburys for a time and then will fly from Omaha to Los Angeles to make an extended visit at the 'home of her son Kenneth, and with the daughter Marine's 'family, Mr. and Mrs. John Lundstrom alt Santa Susanna. Mrs. G. D. Brundage and daughter, Mrs. James arrived Monday afternoon from Little Rock, Ark., to spend a week wijth Algona friends and while' here are house guests at the E. B. Carlson home. Several social events have been planned in honor of Mrs. Brundage who 'left Algona about ten years ago when her late husband retired. Josephine Auner Barnes, the older of two danghtefs of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Auner, formerly of Algona, will be ordained into the Christian ministry next Sunday, Nov. 12. The ordination service will take place at three in, the afternoon at Plymouth Congregational-United Christian dhurch. Mrs. Barnes and her husband Walter, live on. a farm at the edge of Des Moines and have three children. She is a graduate of the state university and .did graduate study at Drake where she received her Masters Degree amid has since taken work in the Seminary there and done her internship. Mrs. Barnes was born in Algona and some of her parents' friends here have been invited to her ordination service in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mc- Anthu'r were visited last week by two of her sisters: Mrs. Nellie Miller, Wycoff, Minn., and Vivian Dutton, Burt. On Tuesday evening they entertained at a dinner with seven 'cousins present. Besides Mrs. Miller amd Miss Dutton there were Lois Hefler, Fairmont, Mr, and Mrs. Otto Riohter, of Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson arrived by plane at Des Moines Saturday and were met by their daughter Ann, a senior at Iowa State university with whom they had left their oar two weeks earlier and they drove home that evening from Ames. The Wilsons had flown from Des Moines, —Thursday One Complete Showing Complete Program Begins: 8:00 "The Blue Max" 8:10 —Friday Complete Program Begins: 6:45 - 9:40 "The Blue Max" 7:00 - 9:45 —Saturday Complete Program Begins: 2:00 - 6:45 - 9:40 "The Blue Max" 2:10 r 7:009:45 —Sunday Complete Program Begins: 1:00 - 3:05 - 5:05 - 7:00 9:05 "Two For The Road" 1:10 3:10 - 5:05 - 7:10 - 9:15 —Monday • Tuesday Complete Program Begins: 7:00 - 9:05 "Two For The Road" 7:10 9:15 —Wednesday One Complete Showing Starting at 8 p.m. iMuiiimiiiiliii iiiiiniiiinliuliiHiiiiiiiininnHHiiilHimiHHKH thence San Francisco and • then to Hawaii where they met their son John. He had received his discharge from the navy at Seattle and then flew back to Hawaii to see more of the islands with his parents during their stay. John was graduated from the State university of Iowa in 1964 and then spent three years and four months in the .navy and had just completed his second tour of duty in Viet Nam. He remained to take some examinations necessary for graduate study whenever he enrolls and will be home later this week. While in Honolulu the Wilsons were guests of friends. The wife, a Japanese-American and Mrs. Wilson were in post graduate .school of nursing together many years ago in Chicago, and had not met in a long time. Under guidance of these hosts they were privileged to see most of the island of Oahu and also visited Maui and Hilo from I which place they flew back to California. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman drove to Windom, Minn., to visit an aged cousin of Mr. Yeoman who had recently been hospitalized. And on Monday the Yeo- mlans visited her brother, Raymond Farrell, at Lyle, Minn. Friday Mrs. Otis Day came from Clarion and with he* •daughter and son-in-law, Mr. anld iMrs. Willis Colwell, and Mrs, .Hugh Colwell attended a Saturday afternoon wedding at the Clear Lake Lutheran church of Mrs. Day's granddaughter, Barbara Kramer v of Dallas, Tex., to Roger Shook, and all were guests at the wedding dinner that followed. On Sunday Mrs. Hugh Colwell had a dinner guests the Willis Oolwells and daughter 'Barbara and Dr. and Mrs. >H. C. Barcwart, of Adel, Char daughter Lois.) That af- THURSDAY- Mr, and Mrs. lowell S*mn tod family drove to Sk>wx USED TYPEWRITERS Royal H«rme$ $ Smith-Corona R.C.Allen Remington 20°° and up! Lightweight & Regular & Office Typewriters .SEVERAL USED ADDING MACHINES HUTZELLS SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES ONE COMPLETE SHOWING STARTING AT 8 P.M. FRIDAY- 2 COMPLETE SHOWINGS FEATURE STARTS AT 7:00 AND MO SATURDAY - MATINEE AT 2:00 2 COMPLETE SHOWINGS FEATURE STARTS AT 7:00 AND 9:40 "Devil- may-care dogfights in the skies... devil- may-care' love affairs on the ground!" -.Vrir \\trk Timn Wild and exciting with fighting biplanes! .^Absorbing!" 20t!)C«niliy-FO)l presents ADMISSION — Adults $1.25 Children 50c Starts Wednesday THE MIRISCH CORPORATION PRESENTS JAMES A. MICHENER'S NOV. 15th 4 DAYS ONLY PANAVISION- COLOR by DeLuxe SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY NOV. 12.13-14 CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 1 P.M. SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY —2 COMPLETE SHOWINGS 20ln Cenluty-fox piesenls AUDREY IKI'IIIJIIN ALIIKIIT FIIWEY THEY MAKE SOMETHING WONDERFUL OUT OF BEING ALIVE! Coming STANLEY DONEN'S TWO FOR THE KOA1 V |music - HENRY MANCINI • Panavision 18 Color by DeLuxe ADMISSION — Adults $1.25 — Children 50c DAVID LEAN'S FILM IMM 10R /l \<.0 :N I'ANAVIMON ANU Ml 1H(I( (HUM 1968 TORINO GT fASTBACK AS WE SMUG Your Ford Dealer's got the Better Idea cars. Now ••• he's making up for lost time. Nobody else has Better Ideas like your Ford Dealer. 48 great new cars in 5 complete lines. You'll find Better Ideas like 6 brand-new Fqirlane models called Torino-all with the luxury ride of a 116" wheelbase t Ford LTD, XL and Country Squire, the only cars in their class with disappearing headlamps as standard equipment • Sporty Mustangs nobody's yet been able 1968 MUSTANG HARDTOP!above,l»ft), FORD XI FASTBACK (above, right), LTD 2-DOOR HARDTOP (bottom) to match § The first 6-passenger Thunderbird § Falcon—the roomiest compact with twice the model choice of other compacts 9 ?-vyay Magic Door- gate on all three sizes of wagons • Two-way SelectShift Cruise-O-Mgtic for every engine 9 Forced-pir yentilatipn- the kind of Better Idea Ford pioneered... and still does best. IIOiAiTSTATiSTIiiT TAYLOR MOTOR CO. IOWA

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