Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

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Reunion held at Burt by class of 1962 Burt — The class of 1962 of Bunt school had a 5th reunion Nov. 25 with dinner at Charlie's Supper Club. Present were the Ray Liohiters (Cheryl Lovstad), Burt; Allen Bartells (Audrey Gardner) Fayette; Patricia Long, Algorta; the Jim DroegemuUers (Carol Wiener), Fairmont; David BUnkofskes (Linda Ackerman), Burt; Bob Sloans (Oeanna Bernau), Corwith; Duane Gebkens (Janet Black), Ames; Roger Lavrenz, Milwaukee, Wis.; the Dennis Meisters, Burt; Keith Mitchell, Chicago; Duane Willrett, Rochester, Minn.; and the Dave Fritzes (Claudia Moore), Wis. Four were absent Getorge Patterson, Larry Westling and Joyce Angus, 'anld Evelyn Oherland, who sent a letter, Cheryl lidhter presided and Linda Bumkof- ske read the class prophey and Carol DroegemuUer read the class will. A committee Dennis Meister and Linda Bunkofske will plan another reunion in 5 years. Some of the class spent the evening Halter at the Ray Lichter's. DOCTOR /im \< .(> email TO MIIT Yuri Xhivago (Omar Sharif) anil Lara (Julie Christie) futil themselves ilesimratcly in love in this scene front Ifaviil Lean's film of^ lloris l'asternak''s "Wocfor Xhivago." Also starreil in the MtiM picture, winner of six Anailemy Atvanls, are tieraliline Chop/in, Tom Conrlenay, Alec (tuinncss, Siobhan McKenna, Ralph. Richardson, Roil Sleiger anil Rita Tnshingham, ALGONA THEATRE DONATION MADE The VFW Auxiliary met Nov. 21 at Marine Bristow's with 8 members present. Va- ieeta Griese presided. A $5 donation was sent to the Veterans home at Eaton Rapids. Gifts were sent to the Veteran hospital at Knoxville. Members are collecting Butternut coupons and labels to be mailed by Dec. 15. Mein- bers 'are also asked to save labels from Vets dog food. If enough labels in Iowa a dog can be presented to a blind veteran. The Christmas party and gift exchange will be a supper ait Cunningham Cafe 'Dec. 19. CHRISTMAS MEETING Aid will meet at St. John's Lutheran church Dec. 5. Hostesses are Lana Trunk- —Wednesday Cinema Arts Film Festival Complete Program begins: 8:00 "Breathless" 8:15 — Thursday • Friday Complete Program begins: 8:00 "Dr. Zhivago" 8:10 —Saturday Complete Program begins: 5:00 - 8:30 "Dr. Zhivago" 5:10-8:40 —Saturday Matinee Only Complete Program begins: 1:30 "Batman" 2:00 —Sunday Complete Program begins: 1-3-5-7-9 p.m. "Don't Make Waves" 1:20 3:20 - 5:15 - 7:15 - 9:15 —Monday Thru Wednesday Complete Program begins: 7:00 - 9:00 "Don't Make Waves" 7:20 9:25 hill, Iva Jurgens, Nancy Kissner, Eunice Meyer, Luella Schadendorf, Lena Abbas for the annual Christmas meeting with 50c to $1 gift exchange. Each member may bring a guest. Also give a gift for charity anl bring a dozen cookies and Butternut labels. The market basket is by Patsy Eimers, Thelca Ohristensen and Lena Abbas. WSCS TO MEET WSCS will meet Dec. 6 at Burt Methodist church. Hostesses are Shirley Lovstad, Benita Mitchell, Janice Schaeller, Blanche Long, Myrtle Zwiefel, Toots Hoppus. The program is by Mary Jean Andrews and Mildred Larson. The Thank offering on this date takes .the place of the original spiritual bazaar. Members are also requested •to bring their Betty Crocker coupons. church will mctet WtdneMty, D«c. 6. Roll dd iTTSble vem, and BtMe Study is OiriitittM meditation Of de A* ttMteii to Ml*. Iky Dremmel with devottom by •Mi*. Tom Tremry. Circle B • Hostew is Ml*, Diiiiie Mawd- srtey with devotions by Mrs. Leonard Stenzel, Circle C Hostess is Mrs. Axel Carbon with devotion* by Mrs. W W Boettcher. COUPLE MARRIED At 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20 at 'the Presbyterian chapel in Esther vilte, Beulah Dundas and Stanley Black, both of Burt, Were married by Rev. Bruce Catbreath. The Harold Pres- thuses were the attendant*. GAS STATION CHANGES ' Bob Hamilton dosed his gas station. Larry Manus will operate the K & H station in the former Standard Oil station opening Friday. Guests Thursday of Lorena Roark and Oilman Schwietert were the Melvin Hunts, Dolliver, and Helen Schwietert and Jane Barslou and Phillip McFarland. Martin Becker received many birthday pards on his 78th birthday Nov. 27. 'Sunday the George Beckers were callers with gifts. , The Junior Auxiliary members of the Legion were busy the last of the week making 30 Christmas tray favors. Douglas Black and Alan Takatsuka, Maui, Hawaii, both students at Cedar Falls were guests at Glenn Black's for Thanksgiving vacation. Doug is a sophomore majoring in math. Guests Thursday at Glenn Black's were the Jim Kail- asches, Swea City, Truman Shackelfords, Algona, Ed Ditsworth, Irvington and Duane Gebkens, Ames. Guests Thursday at Dick Allen's, Algona wefe tine Fred Gebkens and Riehtfd' Cteb- keti. Mi*. Jtoftie todh Was a guest of Mrs. C. L. Webb Wednesday to Sunday Thursday Mrs. Jessie Bash, Mrs. Webb and the John Rash family 'Were guests at Gary Webb's. The Lawrence Doeges at' tended open house .for the golden wedding of tile Will' lam Petersons at tht Methodist church in Titonka Sun* day. The Lee Tattles of Glen- vitle, Minn., were callers Sunday at Lawrence Doege's. Guests Thanksgiving at the A. C. Hinckley's were the Don Thomsons, Iowa City, James Brehms and Billy, Sioux City, and the Bill Schatzes, Cedar 1 Rapids. The Bill Schatzes also visited his mother in Menno, S. D. James Brehm has been named area manager in Ida Grove for Iowa Public Service of Sioux City effective Dec. 1 Mrs. Brehm is the former Oarilyn Hinckley. Nadine's Sundry, Gift and Hobby shop in Burt will have the grand opening Dec. 2 Iva Woltz and Lydia Manus will assist in the store. Ceramic classes will be held in. the rear of the store. Patricia Zwiefel, Junior at State Teachers in Wayne, Neb., came home Wednesday •for Thanksgiving vacation and returned Sunday. Guests Friday at Myrtle Zwiefel's were Mrs. Cecil Householder, Mrs. Ronald Householder and Renee, and Mrs. Judy Cook. The Legion and Auxiliary will! meet Dec. 5 at the Legion Hall. Hostesses are Ruth Alice Patterson aind Leqna Lacy. Members are requested to bring Butternut coupons and labels so they can be mailed by Dec. 15. Guests Thursday of Mrs. Ant Larson were Harry Se- wick, Iretoti, And hi* ter Bttttie, Chicago. Saturday curie* LiiMii and LUN Sewkrk wete guwU iftd 8ufl< day Helen drown And Lura Sewidt, both of Fore* dty were ctilefi. GUM** Thinkagiving at Martin Becker's were the George Beckers, Ethyl Hein, Thee* Schnakenbefgs and •the Frank Beckers and David Sttlte, the Harold Beckers, Roscoe Mawdsleyjr Jr., Ray McWhorters and Tom Tren- dry and Kenneth. An anniversary ceramic plate Was presented to the Harold Beck' ers as this was their 20th wedding anniversary. The H. J. Lacys leave Dec. 5 for Florida. They will spend the winter in Winterhaven, Fla. On the way they will stop at Columbus, Ga. to visit a son, the John Gamache family. The Stanley Blacks will spend several weeks in the West and will visit the Gary Blacks in Corvalbs, Ore. Mrs. N. C. Ribs, Tony and Nick and Bill Hamilton, Fort Wdrth, Texas, were guests Thursday to Sunday at.Bob Hamilton's. All were guests Thanksgiving day in Wapello alt the Hamilton family gathering. The Jerry MoMullens, Gal- 'laway, Neb., have a 6 Ib. 9 oz. daughter Rebecca born Nov. 21. The G. H. McMullens now have two granddaughters and three grandsons. • Guests Sunday at Brian Zwiefels were the Charles Schraders, Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and Patricia Zwiefel for the second birthday of their daughter Shaiwn, Tlie W. W. Boettchers and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Fen ton, were guests Thursday of Mrs. Charles Schemmiel in Swea City. .Esther Sorenson and Helen Vogel returned to Burt Monday after a short stay at St. Ann hospital in Algona. GIVES KNITS THE SLIP A new underdrawing for kniti by Kayser.® The skirt is Taftalene® so knit can't cling. Flower Song lace richly adorns hem and nylon bodice. Sizes: 34-40 Average 32-36 Short $7.00 IN ALGONA HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND Thursday and Friday—On* Complete,Showing a 8 p.m. f turday — Matinee at 5 p.m. — Evening at 8 p.m. WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! METRO. GOIDWYN- MAYER PRESENTS ACARLOPONTI PRODUCTION DAVID LEAN'S FILM , OF BORIS PASTERNAK'S DOCTOR /lli\ \< ,0 No passes on this engagement FURNITURE WATSON Interiors Decorater-wood Cigarette Tables, Antique white, fruitwood and distressed Pecan $14.88 BONANZA of ,\ Storewide Savings for Christmas Pleasure for the Home at Read's 3-pce. Room Group of Flexsteel Early American Sofa-2 Wing Chair^ •MMtVH SAVE 10% TO 30% Admission— Adults $1.50 Children 75c Sunday Thru Wednesday DEC. 3 THRU 6 whenyouVe I ...don't got it made... make waves! B{«; metro-goldwynmayefp' tony Curtis Claudia cardinale «s martin ransohoff production Filmed in the way-way-way * out West, in the land ol glutes and pects [ where the boys and girls are reall) surfing it up) hi* £ontinM9U* Show» on Sunday 7 i ? p.m.^ Adult. $ pr Adults •lit r t 3-pce. Set Now '399 SAVE '140 Flexsteel All-Nylon SOFAS , . . and rubb*r cuthiont. Famouc |if*timt construction on ALL pifCM. SAVE MO Choic* of Color* 1 '178.00 '•-•5S f'<3 larg* group of to- faf, in mod*rn, contemporary and Carly American. SAVE *50 1198.00 FURNITURE 8984211 Occasional CHAIRS $ 58 & '68 Wing Back Rockers 78 & '98 - PONTIAC - FUXfTifI - MOO*i WQFORO _ WATSON INTERIORS ;4.,./a

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