Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1966
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l-ALOONA (fewi) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAM. 6, 19M Algotta, and the tattef's daugh- tcr and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. O. ,f. SLmohs, of Ames. Richard Steven ha* been home on a 15 day leave with his parents. Me has completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood and his parents, the Ev,61*611 Stevens, drove down to I Waynesvilte, Mo., on Dec. 21 to pick him up and brought another recruit to his home at | Arties. Richard will leave by Diane tomorrow for Aberdeen ' Proving Grounds in Maryland j where he will be enrolled in Automotive Mechanics school. iThe Stevens' son-in-law and [daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert IKiess, of Charles City, were al • so here for the weekend. j Adrian Sterling ha* been at St. Ann hospital since Dec. 27 ;and was under oxygen for a jweek following a heart attack. He was much improved at this writing and expected to be able to go home by the end of this week. 50th wedding anniversary MR. AND MRS. Robert Sarchet, Burt, will have their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house, Sunday, Jan. 9, from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Burt Methodist church. They were married Jan. 12, 1915, in the Burt Methodist church and have lived in the area continuously. Their children will host the event. They are Robert Allen, Fairborn, 0., Kenneth, Burt, and David, Dayton, 0. No invitations were sent but relatives and friends are invited. They request no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn , left Monday for Texas and their (fourth winter at Port Isabel. As usual, they are traveling in their camper in a. leisurely fashion and will first stop for two days with the son Bob's family at Ankeny. They like also to camp at National Park in Hot Springs, Ark., enroute and enjoy a few days there. This winter, while away, they will reach their 50th wedding anniversary on Feb. 28th. •Mill I Around Algona byONIETA DIDRIKSEN 4H-HHH^H~HH-H-H~H-HH- Phone 295-2605 Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein and son Rick drove to Lyle, Minn, last week Monday on a business trip and also stopped at Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster went to Des Moines a week ago Friday to spend the Christmas weekend at the home of their son Richard, then drove from there to Sigourney for a brief visit at the home of Mrs. Webster's sister and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Buhr, and returned home the following Monday. The Curtis Haahrs attended funeral services Sunday at Fairmont for William Olson, father of Mrs. Haahr, who remained with her mother for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Etherington received word of the birth of their sixth grandchild, vhen a son was born on Dec, 30, -o Mr. and Mrs. Jason Ethering- tpn, of Little Rock, Ark., their first child. He was named Jason Lee for his father who is a radio announcer on Station KX- LR. The new baby is also the sixth great grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Jess Grubb. 4H~H4HH^"HH"H"HMH"MHH-K the other daughter, her husband and children, the C. E. Harmons, of Algona. Kim Deal returned Sunday to Gladbrook where he teaches music after spending the holidays with his family here. He was guest soloist Sunday morning at First Methodist church. Jack Guster, son Gerald and his wife, all of Omaha, were Christmas guests at the home of the Russell Ousters. Russell is another son of Jack. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Peirce had as guests for Christmas and that weekend their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sheridan and family, and their son and his wife, Mi-, and Mrs. G. A. Peirce and children, all of Waterloo. And on Christmas Day they were joined by Guests in the Harvey Larson home a week ago Sunday for a belated Christmas dinner were: Mrs. Effie Teeter, Roger Brandow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arend, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John Teeter and Stephanie, Normal, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson and baby John, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder, Lone Rock. Double feature program thawing at th« Algona theatre Wednesday thru Saturday — "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "Kimb«rly Jim" George Hamilton and Susan Oli ver enact husband and wife in "Your Cheatin' Heart," Metro Goldwyn-Mayer's dramatic and moving story of the late country • western singer Hank Wit liams, one of the most popular composers and entertainers of his time. Filmed in Panavision, the picture features ten of Wil Hams' greatest song hits, sung on the sound track by Hank Wil liams, Jr., himself a popular re cording star. Also starred are Red Buttons and Arthur O'Connell. those present many guests who arc prospective members were invited. The Walter Bleichs spent Christmas with their daughter's family, the Dennis Wuebkers, at Edina, Minn. The Wuebkers then went to Jefferson, la., for a belated Christmas celebration with his parents and returned here Thursday of last week to remain overnight enroute home, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Peterson and two sons, Duluth, came to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Florence Peterson, and returned home on the 26th. The younger Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rlalph Brown of Fort Dodge, were in California for the holidays and to visit their three sons, Everett, Vaughn, Tom, and the respective families. While there they attended funeral services for four months old Brian, son of the Tom Browns, who died very suddenly from pneumonia. There is an older daughter in that family. Ralph Brown was to return to Fort Dodge this week, but his wife, Zelba, will remain in California several more weeks. ceased, and it will bt for sale. Mn. Stephen Kenefiek, Step- lanie and Katy, of West Des koines were guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. N, Keneiick from Wed- lesday to Sunday. They now live with young Mrs. Kenefick's Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown, who recently left for Florida to remain all winter. Mrs. Kenefick is taking some courses at Drake and is in her senior year there. Dr. end Mrs. Dean F. Keeb and their five children went to Sigourney to spend Christmas with the respective parents: Mr. and Mrs. Dave DeCook and Mrs. Kenneth Koob, The brothers and sisters in both families were also home for the holiday which was greatly enjoyed by all. Koobs drove down on Dec. 23rd and came home on the 30th. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson drove to Royal to spend New Years Day with their son-in-law and daughter, the Harold Andersons. Mr. Anderson had just returned from a hunting trip in Canada and brought back with him a moose. The Robert Bennetts purchased the Ryland Phillips home on south Wooster street last week and will move there Feb. 1. Meantime their present home at 111 Sweeting is for sale. Bob is a linotypist at the Advance and his wife works for Bell Telephone. They have three children. Mr. Phillips has been transferred by the John Deere Compiany to their home offices in Moline, 111., where he began work Monday. They have bought a home in Moline and expect to move near the end of January. At a meeting of the Pink Ladies held last week Tuesday at Good Samaritan Home, officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Don Smith, Sr., vice pres., Mrs. A. Z. Slagle; sec.- —Wednesday thru Saturday "Kimberly Jim" 7:00 & 10:00 "Your Cheatin' Heart" 3:30 —Saturday matinee at 1:30 both features shown —Sunday "Ecco" 1:30 - 3:30 - 5:40 - 7:40 - 9:40 —Monday thru Wednesday "Ecco" 7:25 - 9:30 treas., Mrs. L. G. Maasdam; party chairman, Mrs. Anne Presthus; devotional chairman, Mrs. Ralph Markla. The Boys of' DeMolay held their usual New Years Eve party at Masonic Temple Friday night. Beginning at nine in the' evening there were talks and games till midnight. Then the group attended the midnight show at Algona theater, and returned to the Temple for games and recreation till 6:30 Saturday morning when breakfast was served by Mrs. Russell Guster. Mr- Guster is DoMolay Dad. There are some 35 boys in the organization and besides Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney went by bus to Washington, la., on Dec. 23, and remained for a week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Storks and their two sons. Besides being with them for Christmas, she also celebrated her 81st birthday, then returned home last Thursday. The Kyle Keiths moved into their new home south of Good Samaritan on Dec. 12 and had their four children with them for Christnias. Larry and Jean Keith Klein arrived Dec. 24 from Elko, Nev., where both are teaching, and Lynn was home from Waldorf College on vacation till Jan. 12. One daughter is still at home and the son Roger was married at Little Brown church on Dec. 26, to Virginia Banks, with all of the family in. attendance at the wedding. The house on east State street Where the elder Keiths had been living for a year was sold to Mr. and Mrs Jerry Davis who have one daughter and they moved in immediately. He is employed al the Hilton Service Station Meantime the Kyle and Wayne Keiths have been dismantling the home on south Minnesota oi Mrs. L. W. Keith, now de- Mr, and Mrs. Sam Medin o< Hackensack, Minn., were at their son Kenneth's in Moor head from early November til! just before Christmas when they came to their son Russell's at Whittemore. They are also visiting at the Walter Bleich farm home and will divide their time between the two places till they return to northern Minne sota in early Spring. Their old est son, Carl, of Willow, Calif, recently returned home from Saigon where he had been sen' last January by the Foremosi Dairies to put a creamery plant into operation in Viet Nam, an experience he much enjoyed. Medins also report news of their son Kenneth's family who formerly lived here. The son Douglas will receive his Mas ters degree in Psychology next Spring at S.D. University. Rosemary, now Mrs. Dale Moeykins and her husband were both graduated from Moorhead State College in June. He is now doing graduate study there and Rosemary works at the college in civil service. The older daughter, Sandra, Mrs. Bob Rooney, and her family still live in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and children, Webster City were Algona visitors last week end and attended service Sun day at First Methodist church where Mrs. Smith was formar secretary. Tom Kenefick returned on Monday to school at Ho Springs, Ark., after spending Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain were hosts at a New Year's Eve party for their card club of six couples. Guests were the Leonard Warners, Vincent Essers, Melvin Christensens, Robert Knudsem, and Tom Vi- ponds. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vander Waal drove to Kankakee, 111., on Dec. 23, and remained for Christmas and till the following Wednesday with their son Lee's family, spending one day in Chicago. They had gone to Forest City on the Sunday before Christmas to be with their daughter Jackie's family, the Bill Hutchisons. Lee is now sales manager at the Penney Store in Kankakee. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson entertained at dinner on Christmas Day, the parental John Thompsons and son Edward, and the Harvey Johnsons, all COME UP > & "GO-GO" TO THE MUSIC OF THE GRAND PRIX SATURDAY, JAN. 8 MUSIC STARTS AT 9:00 P.M. SHARP! The Pine Room ALGONA, IOWA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 SUN. Thru WED. JAN. 9 • 12 ALGONA YOUVE HEARD ABOUT IT ON TV )|l/- -SEE AND ENJOY IT IN ITS y ENTIRETY ON OUR BIG SCREEN ' AN INCREDIBLE ORGY OF SIGHTS AND SOUNDS e secret, illegal dueling clubs of Berlin! the precise violence of Karate, the art of the empty hand I The Horror of the last performance of the Grand Guignol! jT says; 2)|vonEvah pierce his throat with swords! If this film frightens you, it's because the world is frightening! If you find it horrifying, it's because the world is filled with horror! If it shocks you it's because we are a shocking race! If you find it filled with beauty and hopii you have understood it! Narrated by GEORGE SANDERS i" TECHNICOLOR J« and WIDE SCR£fN A CRE9A-ROMA 8ELeA6t ««<*»/ RIZ ORTOLAN! ol 'Menijo C«"«' fimt "NOT FOR CHILDREN • . • PLEASE DON'T SEND OR ASK THEY BE ADMITTED!" WED. Thru SAT. JAN. 5 • 8 MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1:30 BrinqsYou... JIM REEVES In A Dazzling Musical Bonanza... as The story of o man whos N. folk $0095 Became An American Legend!,, rbnkWILLIAIW heati •Heart SUSAN OUVERtftEP BUTTONS "JHUR O'CONKIELL the holiday vacation with ^ till parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Kenefick. Mr». Roy iiottftm hi* learned from a niece (the former Norma Walker), that her family, Mr. and Mrs. frank Simmerman and two daughters* of Tucson, Ariz., lost their trailer, its cabana, and all of their possessions on Dec. 23, in the flash flood of RUJito Creek which covered • half mile art*. Th« Zitntnermans ale now staying with friends. Mr, and Mri, Ofcnrt S«W and Ann were in Ames for New Years Eve, with the Larry Lea- neaghs. Roger Wright of Waverly, was also a' guest. Ann and Roger returned to classes at Iowa City on Sunday. Advertise In the Advance — For a Healthier I lew lye fear "Quality You Can Taste" ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO. 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