Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1966
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(lew.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 1966 Delinquency of juveniles to be Burt club topic Burt — Woman's Club vWll meet Jan. 31 with hostesses Mary Jean Andrews, Genevieve Graham, Lulu Hawcott. The program is The American Home, Concern for our Children. There will be a panel discussion by local Clergy on juvenile delinquency including the Revs. Bruce Calbreath, M. C. Davies and Wm. Scheer. ATTEND CONVENTION Over 2,000 delegates from cooperative elevators in Iowa are in. Des Mpiries this week for the 62nd annual meeting of the Farmers Grain Dealers convention Jan. 24-25-26. Attending from fiurt are the J. L. Millers, the Dean Andrews and Larry Manuses. The Glenn Teeters plan to. attend one day. J. L. Miller will represent Burt. elevator. the as HAS NEW JOB George Becker resigned sales representative of the Ashton Wholesale Service Co. Starting Jan. 24 he will be sales representative for the Rock Island Millwork Co. with headquarters in Rock Island, 111: and the main warehouse in Waterloo. BAKE SALE SATURDAY Circles of the W.S.C.S. will have a bake sale Saturday, Jan. 29, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. chell's electric shop. at Mit- The Albert Bleichs returned Jan. 21 from a six weeks visit with their daughter LaVonne and family. Lt. and Mrs. Jerold THURS. Thru SAT. JAN. 27 • 29 ALGONA TWO BIG FUN-FILLED FEATURES! She Strikes Fire in a New Kind of Man... ^ANN-MARGRET MICHAEL PARKS "BusRiLEyS Ato JN TOWN «"•«*« IANFT MARGOLIN • BRAD DEXTER, A Unhmi MIM *, *««,.* COLOR PLUS SECOND FUN FROLIC IT TAKES OFFgHEteHE OTHERSlE/%Orft STARRING MOREEN MARTIN i Skaggs, Wendy, 3 arid Mark, 1 live at Virginia Beach, Va. He is in the navy stationed at Norfolk. They took many trips on weekends visiting Washington, D.C., Arlington National Cemetery, Jamestown and Williamsburg. Joel Ohipman continues to improve and can walk without crutches. A phone connection may soon be arranged so he can listen in on school classes. C. B. Chipman broke his left wrist a few days after Christmas when he fell off a stool while working in his basement. The wrist still bothers but almost healed before most neighbors and friends heard about the accident. Mrs. George Ackert, St. Paul, is visiting the Carl Reynolds home. Mrs. Werner Struecker, Algona, and Mrs. Terry Struec- ker, Rutland, were visitors also Sunday. Jan. 28 Fortnightly club met with Clara Reynolds. Thursday a coffee was held at her home for her birthday which was Jan. 26. Mrs. Lillian Schrader taught kindergarten classes in Burt school for Mrs. Sybil Dangelser Jan. 24. Mrs. Rena Buell was a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, the first of the week. Mrs. Clifford Curtis, Mrs. Chas. Curtis and Mrs. Walter Rentz visited Mrs. Julia Warne Sunday in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Rodney Giddings, Spirit Lake; visited the Walter Rentzes Jan. 23. The Vern Shiplers and Mrs. J. P. Steven visited Mr. Steven Jan. 23 at St. Ann hospital. He was released Monday. Rev. M. C. Davies attended the annual Iowa Pastor's school at Simpson college, Indianola, the first of the week. Lura Sewick, Forest City, spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Art Leason. The Larry Bunkofskes, who live in the Sewick apartment, will move the last of the week to the Boeckholt house northeast of Burt. He is employed at Wei- denhoffs, Algona. The Glenn Teeters were guests Sunday at G. R. Cook's, Algona. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Feb. 1. Hostesses are Elva Boet- "HALLELUJAH TRAIL" STARTS SUNDAY AT f HI ALGONA Burt Lancaster stars as a cavalry colonel in "The Hallelujah Trail/' opening in Technicolor and Ultra Panavision Sunday at the Algona Theatre, through United Artists release at popular prices and continuous performances. Lancaster's first foray into total comedy, the wild-and-wacky story is about the misfortunes that beset a wagon train carrying 1600 barrels of whiskey. Direct ed and produced by John Sturges, the film co-stars Lee Remick. Forty-one on latest Twin River honor roll Livermore — The following members of. the Twin Rivers Community High School achieved the academic honor roll for the first semester of the 19651966 school year. In order to make the ihondr 'roll a student 'B" avefage or Chris Hoyt, must have a above. Freshmen Elaine Sorlien, Alice Eastman, Russell Thompson, Marsha Hacker, Marlys Kemna,' JoEllen Meyer, Julie Ver Steeg, Lorrie Wendt, Valerie Monson and Mary Wilson. Sophomores — Doug Logue, Steve Bergum, Kathy Jacobson, Marlyce Tompkins, Jan Bjordal, Cynthia Lempke, Linda Vosberg, Nancy Eisenbarth, Jeanette Evenson, Dale Rossing and Marge Thompson. Juniors -— Dave Hoyt, Geri Vedvik, Carlene Hanson, Roberta Rolland, Trudy Rossing, Dennis Kissinger, Carol Fiderlick, Mary Kozajda and Richard Zei met. Seniors — Virginia Kemna, Bob Roethler, Peggy Olson, Ed Miller, Liz Wickre, Cheryl Heggen, Meg Holmes, Bob Cooper, Jerry Johnson and Terry Nelson. Kenna, son of Mr. and Mrs. fii* chard McKetihS, Liyeriitttre, has graduated ffoffl, •; the tosferuit Training Command at the Great Lakes Naval base in Chicago as Recruit Petty Officer 1st CJass 2nd Platoon Leader, by'virtue of his special talents and abilities. His new .address is now U.S.S. Simon Lake A S33-% Fleet Post Office, New York, New York 09501, To Philippines after carrier duly in Viol Nam Appointments made by Livermore council tcher and Mary Nelson. W.S.C.S. will meet Feb.,2 at the Methodist church with hostesses Charlotte Habeger.i Lydia Manus, Lurena Soderberg,, Phyllis Wiener, Inez Graham, Toots Hoppus. Program is by Benita Mitonell, Beulah Davis and Blanche Long. The Hubert Campneys, Ruthven, visited the 0. A. Campneys and Walter Oampneys Sunday. BOWLER — Retired physician H. N. Anderson ("Doc") of Woodbine took up bowling three years ago at the age of 86! The bowling lanes -at Dunlap recently honored "Doc" for making an unusual score by picking up a 7-10 split for a spare; the first time it had been done at that lane. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCEI ••bn ^Z^ ^t]^r •• \Ki UHU IBB —THEATRE— 'PRODUCED BY HARVEY JACOBSON WILLIAM N.WITNEY • DAVID MALCOLM Saturday Matinee Only At 1:30 A lone U. S. Astronaut Space-Ship Wrecked On Mars! j. *$„»'""' .-i. ON MARS TgCMfUCOtM® ••"• PAUl'MANTEE VICTOR LUNDIN.MONA IKE WOOLLY MONKEY-AUBREY SCHENCK-BYRON HASKIM UHEUWMljOHN HIGGINi-.K«.»Ki,«<»TlCHNISCOPE' t^Tft PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS :i FREE CANDY BARS — WHILE THEY LAST Sunday Thru Wednesday, Jan. 30 - Feb. 2 THE WEST WAS MK m w»,wK,Mtiifnmt-MCKH HALLELUJAH TRAI cot 0 " W^ Acrid* THE MIRISCH CORPORATION BUHI UUIWSIEI IEE REMICK JIM HVnON PAMELA TIFFIN I.JOHN8TURGES 1 HALIEIUJAH TRAIL nwm i Sunday thru Wednesday, January 30 thru Feb. 2 "Hallelujah Trail" Burt Lancaster — Lee Remick Thursday thru Saturday, February 3-5 "ZEBRA IN THE KITCHEN" Jay North — Martin Milnor — Andy Dcvinc "GUNFIGHTERS OF CASA GRANDE' Sunday thru Wednesday, February 6-9 Tony Curtis — Jerry Lewis "Boeing Boeing" Thursday thru Saturday, February 10-12 Joseph Cotton — Darren McGavin "THE GREAT SIOUX MASSACRE" Plus Rod Taylor in "YOUNG CASSIOY" Saturday Only, February 12 FREE DENTAL SHOW at 10:00 A.M. and 1:30 P.M. tor all children with approved Dental Cards. Regular Admission Otherwise. "TARZAN GOES TO INDIA" Plus 6 Color Cartoons Saturday, February 12 at 11:00 P.M. VALENTINE MIDNIGHT SHOW! Double Feature Spook Show! Peter Gushing in "GORGAN" and "THE SKULL" Sunday thru Wednesday, February 13-16 Burt Lancaster in "The Train" Thursday thru Saturday, February 17-19 "BEACH BALL" Edd Byrnes — Chris Noel Plus "SEASIDE SWINGERS" Saturday Only Feb. 19 Special matinee at 1:30 "5 PENNIES" plus 6 Color Cartoons Sundoy thru Wcdnesdoy, February 20-23 "The Cincinnati Kid" Steve McQueen — Edward C- Robinson Thursday thru Saturday, February 24-26 Alec Guinness in "Situation Hopeless — But Not Serious' Plus Guy Madison in "Gunmen Of The Rio Grande" Sunday thru Wednesday, February 27—March 2 Poris Pay — Rod Taylor "Do Not Disturb" —Thursday thru Saturday "Girls On The Beach" 7:30 Only "Bus Riley's Back In Town" 8:40 Only —Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Robinson Crusoe on Mars" -Sunday "Hallelujah Trail" 1:30-4:00-7:15-9:10 —Monday thru Wednesday "Hallelujah Trail" One showing only starting at 7:30; feature at 8 p.m. Livermore — At the January meeting of the Town Council, Earle Armstrong .was re-appointed Town Marshal with Noble Harris as assistant marshal for a term of two years and were sworn in. The Library board was also re-appointed for two. years with the following members: Bertha Baessler, librarian board members, Julia Behounek, Margaret Devine, Florence Altman, Dorothy Malkmus, Mildred Raney and Leona Hintz. Three representatives of the Public Service Co. met with the council in an effort to obtain a franchise for natural gas for Livermore. This was tabled for further study. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Louis Behounek was in the hospital in Ft. Dodge one day last week for a chest x-ray and a check up. Marvin Lamb went to the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines one day last week for a checkup. He returned home the same day. Graduates Livermore — Duane R. Me Livermore — Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morey, Livermore, received a telephone call from their son, James A. Morey M.M. F.M. who is on .the USS Enterprise now in the Phillippines. He called from Olongapoo, which is near Manilla. The USS Enterprise recently returned to the Phillippines after being in Viet Nam since November. James left Norfolk, Va. on September 28 for his overseas duty. He has been on the Enterprise since January, 1965. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon, January 20, in the home of Edith Jandl with Arlene Wood assistant hostess. 15 members were present, ..Margaret .Govern, B t'y Miller, Stella Wiskus, Mary Rasmussen, Sarah Stewart, Eva Shipler, June Sparks, Grace Trenary, Viola Becker, Ethel Smith, Ella Lampe, Hilma Carlson, Arlene- Wood, Vera Fitch and Edith Jandl. Mrs. Conrad Graham and baby and Elgena Young were guests. Roll Call: My biggest laundry problem and payment of dues. Viola Becker was presented a gift, she has been ill for the past two months with a bad cold infection. There will be two extension lessons, one in February, "Household Efficiency". Arlene Wood and Betty Miller will get the lesson. In March, a lesson on sewing machines and attachments. A paper was passed, each to write down what they would like in future lessons. A vote was taken and passed to have secret sisters again for the coming year. Names were drawn for the secret sisters. It was also voted to have fun time again this year, Mrs. Bernard Meister and Mrs. Dennis Meister will be two new members. The meeting was then turned over to June Sparks, who was in charge of the program and presented us with the lesson, "Convenience Foods". The hostesses served two hot dishes and cake contained in the lesson. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Ethel Smith and Myrtle Zwiefel. Roll call, "A Valentine Poem". Program: Household Storage and arrangement. Fun Time, "Previous Hostesses." Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were Sunday evening visitors in the Victor Fitch home. Mrs. Lester Gayken and sons, Bobie and Jimmie of Britt were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Gayken and family left for Arizona Thursday morning where they will visit her sister and parents, the Leo Clarks. - FEBRUARY -1966 ALGONA COMING SUNDAY, FEB. 6 BUIW at KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. No, 1 Hot Spot FOR THE No. 1 Ooal ON THE No. 1 Car Trade today for a '68 Ckovollo 300, 300 Ooliuo, MalikH or Super Sport 306! GO FOR MORE! at Kossuth Motor Co. "Your Chevrolet Sales & Service Center" 5-3554 ALGONA

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