Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1967
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JULIE ANDREWS STARS IN JAMES MICHENCR'S 'HAWAII ed tat week with Mends and Wtotives Mi m community. Ottifct cullers were MM. tifen Burt, Mm. FYed ttatti, Swei Y////////////////////////////////////////////////. Services for Mark Bierle at Lone Rock Julie Andrews stars in Michener's epic "Hawaii," which arrives at th« Algona Theatre on Wednesday for the first time here at continuous performances after a record road show engagement. Film is being released by United Artists, a Transamerica Company. ALGONA THEATRE —Wednesday thru Friday One Complete Showing only Complete Program begins: 8:00 '^Hawaii" 8:05 . —Saturday MATINEE AT 2 P.M. Complete Program begins: 8:00 "Hawaii" 8:05 —Sunday Complete Program begins: 1:00-3:00-5:00-7:00-9:00 "The FlinvFlam Man" 1:153:10 - 5:10 - 7:10 - 9:10 —Monday - Tuesday Complete Program begins: 7:00 - 9:00 "The Film Flam Man" 7:109:10 —Wednesday COUNTRY MUSIC NIGHT Complete Program begins: 7:10 "Hootenamny Hoot" 7:15 "Your Cheating Heart" 9:00 "Tennessee Beat" 10:40 Mrs Fern Krueger had is guests t Wednesday evening for a belated birthday party for Mrs. Esther Fiat*, T«na Jensen and Mesdames Bernice Jensen, Edith Cotton, Maxine Jensen, Beulah Lee, Anna Mitchell, Martha Peter' son. They 'had lunch at Van's in Algona, then returned to the Krueger home. Edward Schmidt, son of the Robert Schmidts, is spending a week with his parents. Edward is working at Griffith, Ind. Mrs. Evelyn Earing & Mrs. Glen Householder arrived home after a month in Cali* forma. They and Mrs. Howard McChesney of Van Nuys, Calif., who has been here visiting relatives and JJriends, flew from Omaha to Van Nuys where they spent some time at the McChesney home. They also spent a week at Shell Beach with the Dale Barings. At Omaha they visited the Paul Englens and on return they visited the Darrel Householders at Omaha. Lone Rock — Funeral rites were, held Monday, Nov. 13 at 2 p.m. at tlhe Garry Funer- 'al Home in Bancroft for Mark Bienle, 83, Lone Rook. Rev. Albert Bullock of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church officiated. \ 'Mr. Bierle was born Oct. 10, 1883, in 'Morgan County, West Virginia; and died Friday evening of a heart attack at his home. •He .had 4 sisters and 2 brothers who preceeded him in delath and is survived by many nieces and nephews. Bearers were Harlan Blanth- ard, Alf Krueger, Henry Sohroeder, Bernard Pettit, Eugenie Harson, John Dixon. Burial was in the. Hurt ceme- Engaged DATE CAMPAIGN Mrs. Erich Seegebaith has ibeen appointed as U. S. O. Campaign chairman for tlhe town of Lone Rock. She is now working out details of a <hlouse to house drive to be conducted during November which has been designated as U. S. O. month. She asks: "This is the very least tlhat we at home can do for our servicemen, many of whom are our neighbors, friends or relatives. They are risking their lives daily so that we may enjoy the many freedoms which we have and too often, take for granted." CIRCLES WILL MEET Lenore Circle will meet Thursday, Nov. 16 at 2 p.m. at Rodger Jensen's with Mrs. Y/////////S//////////////////////////////////////. William Marlow assisting. Mrs. Robert Fortney has the lesson. Ruth Circle will meet with Tena Jensen. Mrs. Har- *teii Blandiard has the lesson. Fern -Gircile meets with Mrs; Lawrence Newbrough. Mrs. Dennis Priebe has the lesson. The James Jensens and Brenda, Albert Lea, visited last weekend with their parents, the Roy Jensens and Robert Hannas. Weekend guests at Jim 'Marlow's were the Don Jensens, Hackensack, Minn. The Merton Larsons of Mason City, were weekend guests at Dennis Priebe's. The Ladies 500 club met alt the Legion Hall in Lone Rock Wednesday with pot luck. Callers Wednesday at the Frank Flaig's were the Max Flaigs, West Beach, Virginia. Max is still in the Navy and a member of the navy band. He, his wife and boys visit- Mr, and Mrs. Harold Inglett of Lcdyard announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Jean, to Joseph Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil W. Wolf of Bancroft. Miss Inglett is employed at the Redwood Inn, Fairmont, Minn, and Mr. Wolf is employed at Kemna Motors in Bancroft. No definite wedding date has been set. Baptists to hold concert on Nov. 19 Swea City: A concert of sacred music, favorite hymns, spirituals, and all old time gos- "pel songs by the Laymen Quartet of Holland, • Iowa, will be held at the First Baptist Church in Swea City, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 19th at 3 p.m. A cof- Cee hour in the Guild Hall will follow. This progam is being sponsored by the Baptist Youth Group. DEDICATION DATE CHANGED Lakota: Dedication Sunday will be held .Sunday, Nov. 26th instead of the 19th at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. However pledges for LIFE can be brought in Sunday the 19th. Henry Steenh'ard will be in 'the Parish Hall to recieve these. ON THE QUART SIZE MRS. CLARK'S SALAD DRESSING ^^HBfaHHiaJH! •••^mron^^mn •^•^^^•M^nmyn Tear Out Coupon and Present to Grocer THIS COUPON WORTH ON ONE QUART Mrs. Clark's Salad Dressing A sensational money-saving offer to acquaint you with the delicious flavor an<J finer quality of Mrs. Clark's Salad Dressing. Save 15* on a quart bottle —with this coupon —good for a limited time only. If you alrea.dy use Mrs. Clark's Salad Dressing, accept this coupon as p extra dividend. TAKE THIS TO X (JHOCEB OU^R: Mrs. Clark's Foods will redeem this coupon for 15c cash plus 2c fir hi™ tiling i( you and customer have complied Win terms of this offer. <-«»ip"«fl C»sh redemptign value 1/20th of l cent Bart eouMil receiver forwarniip •ur» — The Burt oouncU voted to purchase a plectron receiver to receive wan*i«« and instructions in case of disaster or for weather warnings. They also voted to allow the Corn Belt Power Coop elevator to install a trans- hitoionjjine pole on the dty lagoon alto. AT MATRON'S CLUB Sixteen members attended the Eastern Star Past Matrons club Thursday at Jessie' Long's, Algona with Trella Patterson assistant. Ellen 'Holmgren had the program. The next meeting will be the Christmas meeting Dec. 14 with Lillian Fredrickson and Ethel Dremmel hostesses. NEW BUSINESS A new business place in Burt will open soon in the former Pratt drug store budldrng. The opening date for Nadine's Sundry and Gift and Hobby Shop will be announced later. ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Esther Millet attended the funeral of Herman Harms, 87, at Peace Lutheran ohurdh in West Bend, Nov. 11. He was the hudband of iher aunt. CONCERT THURSDAY The Burt school band will give its annual concert Thursday evening. The Burt Mothers club will serve coffee and cookies after the program. The J. P. Stevens, Burnadine Opheim, Dawn and John spent Nov. 12 in Ionia at Jim Steven's. The John Rashes, Algona, were guests Nov. 11 of Mrs. Jessie Rash. Mrs. Anna Zanke, a guest alt Lake View Methodist Home in Fairmont, was 94 Nov. 10. Friends in Burt sent birthday cards and a birthday party was held at the Home for those who had birthdays in November. , Guests Sunday for a turkey dinner at Vern Shipler's were the Clarence WesUings, Barnum; George Westlings, Hunv boQdt; Lawrence Westlings, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Elsie Nelson, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Doris Holtapp, Pomerory; Mrs. Stella Johnson family, the Oscar Westlings, Fort Dodge; Lloyd Gangstads, Badger; Mike Gtllilands, Fort Dodge; Etta and Jackie Volk, Humboldt; the Val Gene West- lings, Algona; Ray Westlings; Dennis Shiplers, Pocahontas. The Vaughn Wallaces, Mason dty, were guests Sunday at the Gladys Hawcott home. 'Burt Woman's dub will ift*. "• • • :" '.'. A birthday dinner WM aer' ed Sunday at the Ronald Jufg- «rt for Allan's, Nov. 11 and Ronald's, Nov. 9. Quote were Mrs. Arthur Cody and the Kenneth Codys, all of Cylinder. The J. L Millers and fid Fredricksoti* attended Parents day at St. Olaf college in Northfield, Minn. Their granddaughter Michelle Mill' or is a student at St. Olaf. They attended church at the Lutheran church and had dinner at the cafeteria on the campus. Michelle's parents, the Lawrence Millers, now live in Japan. Fidelia Class will meet Nov. 29. Hostesses are Edna Smith and Stella Geesman. Roll call is my hobby. The program is by Jessie Rash. Members of the lions club are .taking orders for the annual callender at $1. The David Millers, Ohino, Calif., called Mrs. Esther Miller for her birthday recently. The Friendly Birthday dub met Nov. 13 at Edith Tieman's. Mrs. 'Ronald Jurgens and Monica visited school Nov. 8 and had lunch at noon. They visited Allan's classes in 6th grade and Brenda's in 3rd grade from '10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Parents were requested to visit school during the month of November. Thomas maintains ambulance service The Thomas funeral home at Fenton and Ringsted is maintaining its ambulance service for the people of that area. They are serving not only Fenton and Ringsted, but also the Seneca area, as well as emergency calls from outside that territory. , Cedric Thomas said the first of the week he intends to maintain the service as part of his operation of the funeral chapel. wound in Vietnam Mrs. Bess Conftelly of Bah* croft received word last week that her grandson, (Marine, Walter «f, Thomas was wounded in Viet Nam on November 8. He is hospitalized in Viet Nam with a rifle shot wound in his shoulder, Me had been in action only two weeks when Wounded. He is .the son.Of Mr, afid Mrs. Walter ThftrtiaS, §f". bf Ofetf-oit, Mich., the * former Winifred Conftelly; Me attended college 1 yestfJtftoJ 1 to his service duly. Two other Thomas sons are fl college student, 19 and a 12 year old. Fir« burnt 40 acres of corn, Sot. The Bancroft fire department was summoned last Saturday aftertio&fi to assist the Swea City fife defartMefil ift the 1 coli;* tool of a cof»i field fife at the Hafold f Ischer farm; two m east of Swei City. The fife, believed to been started by a cigarette thfoWn from a car of a pass**, ing motorist, burned an estimated .40 acre's of 'Unpicked corn. nm iin i m a* CLASSIFIED AM IN TMl ADVANCE 01T QUICK RIIULTfl inr NOV. 19'20 CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 1 P.M. ON SUNDAY 2 COMPLETE SHOWS EACH EVENING — MON. A TUES. ADMISSION Adults $1.25 — Children Sue ONLY NOV. JJnd CoiHtry Misk Night SHgFMhmt 1. Heetmanny Hoot 2. Your Cheating Heart 3. TtnntttM Beat STARTS AT 7P.M. EACH SHOW ONLY SHOWN ONCE. ^ 3 SHOWS FOR THE PRICE OF ONEI ADMISSION Adults $1.25—Children flOc See us for watch V Jewelry repairs When it comes to the fixing, trust to us for a perfect job on wglch or jewelry. Modest rales. Algona Theatre DIRECT FROM ITS ROADSHOW ENGAGEMENT! SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES SPECIAL SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY NOV. 15-16-17-18 ONE COMPLETE SHOWINO EACH EVENINO AT 8 PJI. MatiMt Satarfay al 2 P* NO PASSES HONORED ON THIS ENGAGEMENT Adults — Evtnings $1.50 Matin**.— $1.25 Children (anytime) 75e IN BIG SCREEN THEATRE-COLOR! James Micheners 'Beautifulffierce Vision opRiradise aa THE MIRISCH CORPORATION PRESENTS • JULIE ANDREWS MAX VON SYDOW RICHARD HARRIS ; • in THE GEORGE ROY HILL-WALTER MIRISCH PRODUCTION of "HAWAII" ELECTRIC DRYER • High Sptcd Drying Systam • Three Temperature Salaction • Variable Tim* Dry Control • Permantnt Prtss Wa«h 'n Wtar Cycle • Friction Door Latch • Air Fluff StUction • Safety Start Switch ' REGULAR RETAIL PRICE • Metal Lint Trap, •«Vt«-eltan % FoMr.WayV.ntmg • OptraUton 120 or 240- Volt C ire wit • Porcelain Enamel Drum and Top • Cushion Mounted '/< H.P. G E Motor 146i80 LESS MUNICIPAL UTILITIES REFUND PRE-HOLIOAY SPECIAL 131 M ASK THE AtGONA MUNICIPAL ABOUT REFUNDS ON ALL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER 919f.i»tlf AtQOWA, IOWA MUM "We Sell the Best and Service the R«»t"

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