Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 11
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byONIETA DIDRIKSEN ona Mrs. Fred Bartholomew drove to Grand Junction Saturday to visit at the H. Reimers home and was to return yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Newsome returned recently from a trip to California by car which be- They were; and while gan on Dec. 17. away four weeks gone visited relatives of them both: at Fullerton, Ventura, San Francisco, Brea, and Manhattan Beach. Among points of interest seen were Marine Land, International Airport, Disneyland, and many others. Enroute homo they saw friends at Phoenix and Tucson and stopped with relatives at Roswell and Albuquerque, N. Mex. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp were hosts to their Couples Club on Saturday evening. Guests wero the Ed Gilmores, Russ Buchan- ans and Ted Herbsts. Mrs. Arthur Jackman left Sat urday, Jan. 15, by train from Mason City for Mesa, Ariz. There she joined her sister. Mrs. Alice Ditsworth, of Kalispell, Mont., who had gone from Salt Lake City where she'd visited her son Bob's family. Mrs. Ditsworth went first to Tempe where her son, Dick Ditsworth is an assistant professor at the University of Arizona. The sisters expected to rent an apartment at Mesa for a couple o1 months. Then they pi an'to visit the Don Ryans at Orange, Tex as, where Mr. Ryan is with Du Pont. His wife is Mrs. Jackman's daughter. They'll remain there for a time and return togethei to Algona in the Spring. Phone 295-7605 ,.H.***+*H»!~M"M.-H--H Gordon Davidson, of the Doan area, who has been critically ill for some time. A number of local Presbyterian men attended the Retreat n-Christian Citizenship held by he. Iowa Synod last weekend t the Episcopal Center near Joone. The session began at 2 p.m.. on Saturday and the lo&l pastor, Rev. W. F. Morz, conducted the Sunday morning ^orship. Others from here in attendance were: Carl Kills- ;olm,.Ted Smith, Galen DeVal- ois,. Irwin Malueg, Joe Easter and Irvin Van Haaften. Dr. Jlarence Richardson, Storm Lake, a former pastor here, ,vas guest preacher Sunday morning at the local church. Taken into membership by etter of transfer Sunday morn- ng .at First. Methodist church were Mr. and Mrs. John Put nam with Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Brandt and daughter Debbie Mr, Brandt manages the meat department at Hood's Super Market. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa hav been making frequent trips tc Mercy Hospital in Mason Citj vas stationed at Anchorage for 26' months during WW' ft. The" najor has been stationed in many places and two of the rapsers four daughters were jorn on Okinawa. Mrs. Crapser las been living here during the past year and their furniture will be stored before they leave for Alaska. Mrs. Lewis Marshall it recuperating from surgery, performed Jan. 5 at Wildin hospital in Des Moines and will return there • soon for a check-up. While his wife was ill, Lewis too, had tests made at the CVi Major Charles Crapser arrived home Jan. 1, from, Viet Nam where he had spent a year with the artillery in the Mekong Delta -region. While there he received a combat medal and the..Vietnamese Medal of honor. Major Crapser is making a career of the military and has now served 15 years. He is a 1948 graduate of Algona High. He has been assigned now to the Hercules Missile division in Anchorage, Alaska, and is taking his family there with him. His wife and four daughters will drive with him in the station wagon to the new post where he will remain three years. It is interesting to know Mrs. P. 6. Dorweiler has received news of the recent death at Dunedin, New Zealand, of her cousin, Eveline McElrea, 65 who is well remembered by older Algonians since her girlhood when she came to visit at the Robert Hutchisons and. remain ed to teach a country school fox orte year. She had visited here three times since and was plan ning to come to the States again next summer, accompanied by a sister from Sidney, Australia Many; of her old. pupils remem ber her affectionately. Miss Me Elrea never married but taught in. the New Zealand schools and cared for her parents, both of whom, lived to be very. old. Mrs. T. C. Hutchison who is now in California -for a. 'few weeks, plans to sail on a Pacific cruise March 1, on which she will be accompanied by a friend, and had planned . to visit Miss Me Elrea during the tour which will include Hawaii, 'south Pacific Islands and Hong Kong. "Thi Iperess Pile" starts Sunday at the Algeria theatre.' ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 lect bands, band festivals and tHUHSDAY. JAN. 26, 1966 —Thursday thru Saturday "Demo Derby" 7:30 "Devil's Hairpin" 8:00 "Thunder In Dixie" 9:30 also shown Saturday matinee at 1:30 —Sunday "Ipcress File" .2:15-'4:30-7:00-9:20 —Monday thru Wednesday "Ipcress File" 7:00-9:20 to visit the former's sister, Mrs that Charles' brother Russell Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore left Thursday morning for Fort LaUderdale, Fla., where they will remain a .week or so and then go to St. Petersburg to spend the rest of the winter. They delayed their departure from Algona a day or two due to slippery roads. © • ng for Installation for 1966 of- icers in the Order of Eastern 5tar. New officers are as follows: Worthy Matron, Josephine Ruark; worthy patron, Everett Stfi- ven; associate matron, Elsa 'unningham; associate parton, flay Cunningham; secretary, Charles Paxson; treasurer, Flor-, mce Sams; conductress, Valerie other events. Other business included the forming of six new committees to serve at basketball games' which had not been on the regular schedule. A horn bid was presented from Kraft Music store of Estherville for buying two new horns and Mr. Jones was granted permission to buy them. New plastic garment bags for choral robes were displayed. Williams, associate conductress,'The group also voted to make Corrinne Gabrielson; chaplain, five new bell covers for the Helen Anderson; marshal, Doro- basses to use in marching band. thea Moulton; organist, Ethel Loss. Adah, Doris Steven, Ruth, Joyce Hayden, Esther, Nancy Moore; Martha, Lois Wickliffe; Electa, Norma Walker; warder, Beautiful Sue Lloyd r>rovidt» e **>"J feminine interest in Harry Saltzman's production of Len Deighton's "The Ipcress File," a sus- pehse drama of international espionage based on Deighton's best-selling novel and starring Michael Caine. Photographed .in Technicolor and Techniscopa, the film is a Universal release. The local VFW Post and its Auxiliary held their joint SUN. Thru WED. Jan. 23 - 25 ALGONA A THINKING MAN'S 'GCLDFINGER'.... FUNNIER BY FAR! CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 A BLOOD AND GUTS THRILLER! Piles Suspense ENTERTAINMENT! HARRY SALTZMAN monthly dinner meeting on Wednesday evening of last week with a large crowd in attendance. Hosts and hostesses were: Mrs. Lorraine Schoby, Mrs. Darlene Immerfall, Mrs. Vuanita Rentz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagg, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Utt, Ed Immerfall, Donald Deal, . Gusta Hagg, Adam Berte, Ed Lich- tieg, Cecil Black, Leo Elmore, Conley Goodwin, Warren Nel son and Monte Scobba. There were 23 women present at the business meeting of the Auxiliary at which it was voted to send Valentine gifts to sons of Auxiliary mothers. It Claude Ruark; sentinel, Glen Gabrielson. The new matron's brother, Harold Stearns sang, Teach Me to Pray, as Mrs. Ruark stood at the altar and was accompanied by Mrs. Stearns at the piano. They are from Lucas and were overnight guests at the Ruarks. Doris Steven sang as her hus band was being installed as worthy patron. The chapter's gift of roses was presented to the newly installed matron by her daughter, Edith Ruark, and a granddaughter, Lynn Sehafer, who was here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schafer of Hiimboldt. Another guest was Mrs. Carrie Edgerton Woodburn, a sister of Mrs. Ru ark, who also returned home on Sunday. Fenton group protests band school conflict Fenton — A Sentrai Junior high school curriculum requirement of one semester of home economics and industrial arts for eighth graders has brought protests to the principal from 41 'Music Mothers. The mothers protested the schedule conflict which would take 15 junior high students out t was decided that the "Ways and Means" committee would )lan the "Pops Concert" table 1 ? md serving. Chaperones were named for tire State Line band festival to je held January 31 at Lincoln- Central and parents were urged to attend. Students eligible for chairs in the Northwest Band Festiva Feb. 5 at Cherokee included Mary Lou Larsen (1st chair) Rodney Jensen and Mary Ellen Ditsworth. The music department ha.' been invited to send represen tatives to the Tall Corn, Band Festival Feb. 12 at Cedar Falls for the band and Feb. 26 for the vocal department. The grade festival will be Feb. 19 at Mason City and the vocal State Line Festival will be March 29 at Armstrong. ' ** ? * LAYMEN NAME OFFICERS The Lutheran Laymans League OL St. John's Lutheran church met Tuesday with Rev. Rex Spicer leading devotions. Rev. Spicer also led the topic, election of officers was held: resident, Calvin Vaudt; vice, Stan Berkland; sec., Mrs. Victor Struecker; treas., Mrs. Bennie Berkland; Lutheran Hour representative, John Struecker; Membership sec., Em.il Bierstedt; Program Committee, Stan Berkland, Mrs. 'James Meyer, Harold Elmers and Ervin Borchardt. Hosts for the evening were the Bennie Berklands and Jmil Bierstedts. was asked that gifts be brought to the Coast to Coast Annex from where they will be mailed by the committee. Letters were read from men in service^ in Viet Nam. who had received Christmas gifts from the Auxiliary and who expressed their thanks. The Silver march netted $3.09 for the Cancer fund and the gift for the Cancer project was $5.90. The usual door prize went to Helen Johnson and Atha Hardgrove won the gift for the cancer project. The two organizations > will meet again for dinner together of the Sentrai Concert band. They felt the music program was vital since colleges requir music appreciation courses. Sentrai school administrators took the stand that an exten- ive music program is offered or-junior high students and, in addition, to junior high band and diorus,,,,music. appreciation s taught as an academic course o all seventh and eighth grade students. It was pointed out that the ivaluation reports by the state department of instruction ha >een complimentary of the jun or high industrial arts and and their separate meetings on Feb. 9. business Maurice McMahon, Minneapo Ms, with his sisters Marian Schmidt, Storm Lake and Ruth Car penter, Marshalltown, were here last week to dismantle the MICHAEL CAINE house of their late mother, Mrs. S. E. McMahon, and all re turned home on Saturday. The house had been sold to the Harold Nelsons of near Irvington who will move there with their family the first of February. WHAT BULLETS DON'T DO TO EXCITE YOU —THE LAUGHS WILL! ! ! AUMIUML KUtit Clara Shilts acted as Ins tali ing Officer Saturday evening 31 the Masonic Temple; Darlene Claude was Installing Chaplain and Ethel Loss, Installing organ ist; at the annual Open meet WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS The Fenton Woman's club met at Mrs. Charles Newel'; ast Tuesday with Mrs. Paul Eigler co-hostess. Mrs. Ed Brunn and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod had the program. They showed col ored slides of interesting places in Arizona and the desert anf its vegetation. Fifteen member answered roll call, "New Yea traditions at home and abroad.' The February meeting will b at Mrs. Esther Frank's wit! Mrs. Ja'6k Schwartz co-hostess. NEIGHBORS MEET The Friendly Neighbors clu met Thursday at Mrs. Hans Baago's with Mrs. Rueben Luedtke assisting. Fifteen members were present. Mrs. Herscel Hartman Thursday Thru Saturday, Jan. 20-22 ALGONA Saturday Matinee at 1:30 / FOR THE EXCITEMENT OF A LIFETIME !! /7T A 3-S734AT A A KAC/NG THRILLER! \ Langerman convenience r oods. January birthdays were Mrs. Hans Baago and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger. Mrs. Lester Baxter was a guest. nome economics program. Ad-' and Mrs. Albert -ninistrators said it did not gave the lesson, seem feasible to eliminate these ;wo courses in order to allow junior high students to participate in the senior band in light of the well-rounded music program already offered to junior high students. "The conclusion that students would not meet college requirements if they were not allowed to participate in senior high band as junior high students is misleading," officials said. At the meeting of Music Mothers during which the protests were lodged, a request also was presented asking that the school music fund pay expenses of Sentrai school's outstanding musicians as they become eligible for entry in All-State band, se- FENTOK FORWARDS MEET The Fenton Forwards met recently at Barbara Baxter's. Several members gave talks including Sandra Seegebarth, Kay Dreyer, Betty Wolter and Debra Bierle. A film strip on wardrobe planning was shown. Guests were Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl and Mrs. Roy Bierle. Of G< &• DEMO DERBY LACE >/; 7 e .afcife-ajajj.' tufr^^f^a,. Jtf CAfi SMASHim RACINQ 7MRHU Wfore the \ is the, P^4X m 5,000 TOP GIFT STAMPS WITH EACH USED CAR Yes, a very special offer FOR 10 DAYS ONLY — ends Saturday, Jan. 29. We'll give 5,000 TOP GIFT STAMPS (distributed by the new Dunn's Sure-Save Market) with each used car sold during this period. Get top quality plus a special stamp bonus at TAYLOR'S now! FORDS 1965 FORD Fafrlane 500 Sports Couo«s, bucket seat's, Cruise- a-matic, radio. Dark blue finish with matching trim. Spotless. ' . 1965 FORD Galaxie 500 LTD 4-door Hardtop. Factory Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Brakes, full power, vinyl roof, 12,000 actual miles. ABSOLUTELY SPOTLESS. 1964 FORD Country Sedan, 6-oassenger, V-8, Cruise-a-matic, radio, power steering, solid black color with matching interior. Very good. 1963 FORD Custom 2-door, V-8 engine, standard transmission, beige color, extra nice, radio. 1963 FORD Custom 2-door, y-8 enaine, standard transmission, beige color, extra nice, radio. 1962 FORD Galaxie SCO, 6-cylinder 2-door, Standard Transmission, very sharp, solid white with black and white interior. 1962 FORD 4-door Galaxie 500, power steering and brakes, radio, Cruise-a-matic, Solid White Color. 1961 FORD 4 door Galaxie, V-8, radio, Cruise-a-matic, two- tone turquoise and white, clean. 1961 FORD Galaxie 2-door Hardtop. V-8, Cruise-a-matic, turquoise and white, extra sharp. 1960 FORD Ranch Wagon, 4-door, V-8, standard trans. 1960 FORD 2-door Victoria Galaxie Starliner (fast-back), Cruise-a-matic, radio, power steering. Cream color, extra nice. 1959 FORD 4-door Galaxie, Cruise-a-matic, radio, solid white, extra nice. MERCURYS 1963 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, Breezeway roof, light beige color, Mercomatic, Power Brakes, sharp. 1963 MERCURY Monterey Custom 4-door, Power Steering and Brakes. Multi-drive transmission, burgurdy color with matching interior. One'owner. 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800, power steering and brakes, Bronze color, extra nice car. 1961 COMET Station Wagon, 6-cylinder, standard transmission. 1960 MERCURY Monterey, 4-door sedan, power steering and brakes, Mercomatic, blue color with matching trim. Fine second family car. 1960 COMET 4-door Sedan, standard transmission, radio, light green color. Motor recently ovehauled. This is a sharp one. The Kenneth Bellingers had as guests Wednesday for Mrs. Bollinger's birthday the Wayne Bollingers, Wilmar Wichten- dahls, Edwin Wichtendahl, Jeanette and Marlys, Lone Rock the Gene Tietzes, Delbert Geit- zenauers, Norman Bellingers and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl. The Norman Bollingers were guests Saturday evening of the Eulan Schuellers, Titonka. The Bill Krauses, Fairmont nd Kenneth Bollingers, Har fey Bollinger, and Mervin Wai ace were Sunday guests of Mrs. Charles Weisbrod. Elizabeth Ann Laabs, daugh- er of the Arnold Laabses, was baptized Sunday at St. John's .utheran church. Sponsors vere Mr. and Mrs. Bernard ,aabs. She was born Dec. 15 at Estherville. Guests of the ^aabs were the Rev. Rex Spic- ;rs and Rexann, Kathy Devan, he Bernard Laabses, Mrs. John ^uhr, and Greg Thilges. Sunday evening guests were the Harold Feyes. COON — Emmett Simon, Tommy and Irwin Simon and Bob Budden of Cascade have more than 74 coon bagged since the season opened Oct. 16th. Several of the coon weighed over 25 Ibs., with the biggest so far about 29 pounds. TRUCKS WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store 1965 FORD Va-ton Pickup, V-8 engine, Custom Cab, Deluxe two-tone paint, beige and white. 13.000 actual .miles, rear bumper. Spotless and still in Ford New Truck Warranty. 1963 FORD Econoline Van with side windows and side and rear doors. Extra nice. 1961 FORD F-600 4-speed & 2-speed, V-8 engine, 8:25 tires. 1958 FORD F-600 2-ton truck, 2-speed and 4-»pe»d, 8:25 tires with new Fiasco 14 ft. grain box, heavy duty hoist. Ready to roll. 1955 STUDEBAKER %-ton Pickup with box, overdrive, heavy duty. 1950 CHEVROLET Vi-ton Pickup, 3 speed transmission, very good mechanical condition. OTHER MAKES 1963 DODGE Model 330 4-door sedan, 6-cylind«r, standard trans., radio, spotless turquoise finish with matching interior. 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door "88", Auto. Trans., V-8, radio. 1960 DODGE 6-passenger Pioneer Station Wagon. Power Steering and Brakes, Automatic Transmission, V-8 engine, solid red color with matching trim. 1957 CHEVROLET Convertible, Power Glide, V-8, radio, black finish. "See the Mercury Man ... in the bright orange Parka." TAYLOR MOTOR CO. ALGONA, 1QWA

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