Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1967 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Hoiorroll for Swtral school given tin befkUrtd, SuMrt Bi**rt- *M, M*r Ellen Ditawwtti, Rachel Gtde, (ktie HftftHMfi, Carol Jones, J«ckte Jones, Pafti Kauffmtn, Owwt Kether, Robert Krtuw, M*r«o ftusoh, Sandra Seegebarth, Teresa Voigt, $«ft«c« — high school students have mafe the honor roll at v Seti- tttrt for the first quarter. Lteted are those who have achieved a B avenge, Angus, Mar- Junidri—James BoiMg, Judy Boltig, Mary Dawn Bldrtdge, Jotene Gangestad, Mike Jackson, Theresa Kennedy, iittda Kracht, Cindy Lock wood, David Marlow, Steve Schlci, Paula Wiener. Sophtmor**—Kevin Brace, James Breese, Linda Doocy, 1 WEDNESDAY NIGH.T ONLY NOV. M COUNTRY MUSK NIGHT 3 BIQ FEATURES The immorfol H&nk W///iams 1 GEORGE SUSAN RED SHOWS START AT 7 P.M. EACH SHOW SHOWN ONLY ONCE FRIDAY MATINEE -NOV. 2«h Santa Glaus Day FREE MOVIE AT 1 & 3 p.m YOU'LL SEE: "FLIPPER'S NEW ADVENTURES" I Thursday thru Tuesday - Nov. 231-28 THURSDAY — Features at 1:30 — 5:00 — 8:30 FRIDAY— One complete showing at 8 p.m. SATURDAY — Matinee at 2 p.m. — Evening 8 p.m. Sunday — Feature at 1:30 — 5:00 — 8:30 MON. & TUES. — One complete showing at 8 p*m. ADMISSION Adults — Evenings & all day Thursday & Sun. — $1.50 Saturday Matinee $1.25 — Children (anytime) 75c No passes honored on this engagement WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS I MEIRO-GaWVYN-MAYtR ai i S o,«ACAraO PQWI PROCUWN DAVID LEAN'S FILM DOCTOR /UI\A<;O GEpNEOWJN-JUUECHRISriE-TOMCOURlW ALfCGHSS • 8IOBHAN IttNNA • RALPH RCHWDSON DIMCTtOBY DAVID LEAN IN PANAVISION' AND UETMCQLQH Bfuee GefJiArt, Jensen, Lytinette JtihfifMti, Peggy Kaufiman, Melt* Krause, Katie Luedtke, lift* da Sur.de, M«tk Voigt. EfHhman ' Mike fiefk- tanoV Debfa Bicrte, Steve Cher land, Mai-k GangesUd, Jaflet Holcomb, Ann Krause, SuMn Luedtke, ted Potnpe. Eighth *- CarHe Betgutn, Paula Berktend, Myron Cyphers, KareH. Feye, Wayne Gerhart, Jane Germann, David Hading, Gene Miller, John Nyman, Boland Ostwaid, Maria Waite, Debra Zumach. $«v«nfh—Vicki Bruhn, Kay Dreyer, Lavida Gingrich, Joan Mammerstrom, Carol Jolinson, Mike Kennedy, Sandra Knoll, Joy Kraft, Alke Krause, Ginger Peril, Barry Priebe, Leann Schlei, Qndy Voigt. SKITS ARE GIVEN Blakjer Lutheran church Women held a treasure chest ingathering at the church Thursday with Mrs. Bdna Johannesen in charge. Two skits were presented, Where Your Heart Is by Mrs. Johnn- neson, > Mrs. Elmer Krause, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Curtis Olsen, with Mrs. Henry Looft as narrator. The second skit, The Missing Treasure Chest by 'Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Mrs. Raymond Bergum. Mrs. Ted Jensen was elected to the ways and means committee and Mrs. August Nelson will have charge of the clothing for charities. Bible Study was by Mrs. Elmer Krause. A pot-luck lunch was served by •the ways and means committee,. Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs. Elmer Krause. The December meeting will feature Christmas by the officers. Mesdalm- es Henry Wilberg, Henrietta Thompson and Julie Thompson will be hostesses. SENECA STARS MEET Seneca Stars met at Debra Nyman's Saturday with 13 present. A report was made the group earned $27 for gleaning corn at Lyle England's. They planned a Christmas party Dec. 9 at Denise Votteler's. Plans were also made to visit nearby rest homes shortly after the Christmas holidays. Talks and demonstrations were by Joy Andre, Barbara Andre, Anna Menz, and Ann Fortney. Shiela Madden was a guest Carrie Bergum is reporter. PARTIES PLANNED Seneca Progressive Farmers met at DttrreU, Douglas . and Arlen Nyman's last Monday evening. They planned a theatre party and also a Christmas party for'the December meeting. Kossuth County Fair checks were distributed. Arlen Nyman gave a talk. Dennis Wilberg and Randy Cyphers will be December hosts. Edward Bergum is reporter. The Carl Mundts, MUiford, were last Sunday guests at the Raymond Bergum's. The women are sisters. ; The Elmer Hanisches and Robert Hanisches, Fairmont, attended the wedding of the former's nephew, Roger Hartley and Mary Ellen Hopkins at .the Methodist church at Rolfe last Sunday. The .Robert Jacobsons, Maynard, were last weekend guests ait the paternal Curtis Olsen's, The Olaf Oftedahls visited their daughter, the Donald Dokkens,, Waltham, Mum. 'last Tuesday and Wednesday, They attended a Lutefisk supper as guests of their daughter Tuesday evening. The Terry Jacobs, Eagle Grove, were last weekend visitors at Olaf Oftedahls. ALGONA Steven. * FURS IN "DOCTOR ZHIVA60" f classmates Saturday fof his AI0MU (!»w«) A^AMA^I Opheiffi eft*efliili«<i flh birthday, -...«—-- —..-..-- Furs, soJIatlerinK'tit ivonitw, play 11 lurifr part in lite coslnntr* by noleil ilfsiifner Phyllis Ihtlton, crralnlfor lirrahlinc Chaplin anil Jitlic Christie in ftai-id Lean's Jllin n( ltari» INiafrrnnJc'a "Itoclor XhirtiHH," as well at • oilier members ttf the all-star fast. /It left, Miss Chaplin as the aristocratic Tonya of I ha film, winner of six Academy /tiranln, compliments a fray outfit with hal, collar ami muff of Mark fox. M rifht, Jnlie.Christie, Itortraying iMra, bnmlles up in a coat anil hat of bearskin. The August Nelsons had as guests a week ago Thursday the former's sister, the Fred 'Browns, Mason City, also Mrs. Nellie Thorson, Ring- sled. -..••< Mrs. Ray Uthpf OFFICERS ELECTED .' The Friendly Neighbor club met last Thursday evening at Mrs. Art Zumach's with Lizzie Meyer assisting hostess. Mrs. Edwin Luedtke and Mrs. Leslie Baxter were guests. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Jim Langerman elected president, Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, vice, Mrs. Elmer Krause, sec.-treas., and Edith Laage, historian. Mrs. Arlo Ranney gave two readings. Mrs. Herschel Hartman gave a talk on the laundry clinic held at Algona. f »••«»•••»••»»»••••••»•• f Burt Mrs.-George Hawcott ALGONA THEATRE —Wednesday Country Music Night Complete Program begins. 7:10 , "Hootenanny Hoot'.' 7:15 "Your Cheating Heart" 9:00 "Tennessee Beat" 10:40 —Thursday (Thanksgiving) Complete Program begins.' 1:30-5:00-8:30 "Dr. Zhivago" 1:30 - 5:00 • 8:30 —Friday Complete Program begins. 8:00 , "Dr. Zhivago" 8:10 —Saturday Complete Program begins. 2:00 - 8:00 "Dr. Zhivago" 2:05 - 8:05 —Sunday Complete Program begins. . 1:30 - 5:00 - 8.30 "Dr. Zhivago" 1:30 - 5:00 8:30 —Monday and Tuesday Complete Program begins. 8:00 —Wednesday Cinema Arts Festival Complete Program begins. 8:00 "Breathless" 8:15 A birthday dinner for Mrs. Phil Puffer was held Saturday at Mrs. Lawrence Gillesp- Algona. Others present; Union Thanksgiving Serv- 'ioes at Bunt Presbyteriani i..<ahtirdh Wednesday alt 7:301 werQ^jVtrftn,Etta .-• '.'piroi Speaker is Rev. M. $.', George Manus, Davis. The union choir is di- • Blmore and . reeled >by Mrs. Harold Grov- : Mrs. Anna Meyer. ** - ': .m • . i. _ . _. _ f A • Mrs. Verle daughter and er. Nadine's Gift and Hobby •store opened for business 'Saturday. Mrs. Brian ZwiefeU and Shawn and Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel were guests Thursday at Lawrence Zwiefel's in Algeria, Guests Friday after the basketball game at Myrtle Zwiefal's were - the .Brian Zwiefels and Mrs. Merrill Zwiefefl, Allan and Eugene. 'Guests Nov. 17 at F. L. Ryerson's were SeUiria Clifton and Lulu Hawcott. Mrs. D. A, Kobs of Mt. Horebi Wis., returned Satur 'Members of Aid of St. John's Lutheran church had a successful bake sale Saturday at the Cunningham Tea Room. Fortnightly Club will' meet Nov. 24 at Elva Boettcher's. A & B club had a one o'clock luncheon. Saturday at Celia Scott's for her birthday. Elva Boettoher, Elsie Winter, Mary Nelson, Jane Scott and Luella McWhorter at- 'tended the County .Auxiliary meeting at Wesley 'Nov. 14. The John Masons, New Carlisle, Ind., visited several days at the parental J. P. Steven's day after a week at the Paul and with her, sister,, the, Burn- Espe's. Mrs. Espe is her adine Opheim family., Mrs. daughter. Mason is the former Jean ONCE YOU INSTALL A JOHNSON STOCK TANK HEATER THERE'S NOTHING ELSE TO DO BY HAND (Unless you want to applaud.) . , - THEY'RE ON THEIR I^GLORY STOMPERS ...in the DEADLIEST CYCLE WAR ever waged! Ckrisbnas needs 3 fangs CHILDREN . , . SANTA CLAUS .., emel MONIY! Open your 1968 Christinas Club Account NOW! Children might not und«r$t«nd what menty hat to do with Chrittmas, tine* Santa brinqi everything ... but you knew! Wouldn't it bo nice to pay for all thoie gifti in eaih ... «nd heve no bills in January? Here't how: SAVE EACH WEEK $ ..50 1.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 HAVl NEXT CHRISTMAS $ 25.00 50.00 100.00 150.00 250.00 500.00 Home Federal Savings & Loan Assii. All Accounts Fully Insured to $15,000 / Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AND 6-MONTH INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES i <-•• it: '.'.'"- *t This year give her gifts that make "scents." See our en- The Johnson StQck Tank Heater is the no-work way to keep your stock tank iee free all winter. .Johnson made the first LP gas stock"tank heater. They know how to build them so they'll work. , ;.. Prove it to yourself. Try the Johnson heater FREE for 30 days. If you aren't completely satisfied, simply return it. All you pay is the small gas cost. THERMOGAS CO. OF AtGONA chanting as* sortment of fragrances, cos* metics that are especially useful, pleasing, priced right! To Delight Her.., See Our Selection "AH of your Brand names" iQ.fNUUHSl, If$»tl4l ^^v^^tf • Rusk Drug & Jewelry

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