Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 16
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•-AlOOrU (lewa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, Fti. 10, IN* i i i ii j i'i H i ni <»i m n n n m m i i1111mint M 111 mi returned to their own home Thursday where they Around Algona fcyONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 795-2605 j > 11 H 1111111I 1 IMI IMIlIM!I III 111llllll1111111 Mrs. JeM Orubb hai been at St. Ann since early last week for tests but hoped to be released yesterday. Preparations are being made for a large attendance at a "Bean Supper" to be held on Feb. 22 at the V.F.W. Hall under sponsorship of the County Historical Society who are thus reviving a custom which was traditibnal in Algona on Washington's Birthday. Lynn Keith, a sophomore at Waldorf College, Forest City, Spent the weekend with his par' eats, the Kyle Keiths. Mrs. Jes. Griffith came Thurs- day from Atlantic to see her mother, Mrs. Mart McCall, who had become ill Wednesday night and was taken to St. Ann. She was released on Saturday and Sunday accompanied her daughter back to Atlantic where she had recently spent several weeks with the Griffiths. Bernie Linnan who is working at Minneapolis came Saturday for the weekend with her parents, the Luke Linnans and returned on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Newville were released from St. Ann hospital a week ago Monday and then spent a few days at the John Jennings home in Sexton HELD OVER FOR SECOND BIG WEEK! "JET" MYNK Ends Saturday, Feb. 12 APPEARING NIGHTLY ON OU3 STAGE! HOME OF GOOD ENTERTAINMENT were remaining when this was written. Mrs. E. J. Evers has >een going in each day, preparing their, meals and looking after their needs. The Ben Webert recently moved from Britt into the former Jrethorst house on highway 169. Before going to Britt they lived for some years on a farm n Plum Creek Township. An Open HOUM will be held at the Doan church on Sunday afternoon, February 13, from 2 bo 4, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham on their Silver Wedding anniversaries. The women are sisters and the event is being sponsored by children of the two couples. A short program is being planned for 2:30. Barbara Bartlett, who teaches at Storm Lake spent the weekend at home, riding with an Eagle Grove girl as far as Humboldt where her mother met her late Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore are leaving tomorrow for an extended vacation. They will drive first to Sioux City to spend the weekend with relatives and friends and then on Monday start for Yuma, Ariz. There they'll visit the daughter Mary's family, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moon and three children. This will be the Shores first trip to the Southwest and they plan to remain until Spring. Mr. Shore, a retired mail clerk, recently resigned as caretaker at the Masonic Temple and Walter Klanip has taken his place. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Peirce on the weekend of Jan. 28-30 were their son George with his wife and three daughters, also Mrs. Margaret Bingaman, all' of Waterloo. a year ago and is In a Nursing Home. All of them wUl be well with her husband who has been almost completely helpless since i« suffered a stroke more than remembered by older Algonk ans. Former Wesley man victim of Viet Nam war Wesley — Vine Cruise and his sister, Mrs. Phyllis Mullin, Britt, flew to San Geronimo, Calif, last week to attend the funeral of a brother James, 46. who was a victim of the war in Viet Nam. Burial was in Golden Gate cemetery. James enlisted in the navy in 1939 and had served in the coast guard and at the time a tos death was in the merchant Marines. He was a son of the late Jack Cruises, former Wesley and Britt residents. He is survived by his widow •urt Lancaster In "The Train" M home Feb. 3 from Mercy tart* Sunday at the Alflena Theatre On Hwy.169 - HumboM, la. NEXT TO JOHNNY'S STEAK HARBOR •Tr*<!£^^^«^?;*32^^^3^jr*2^Af££??Tr?4^MB£$r 'l^^fKis^^^^mS^i^^^fK^^.'^i^^Kttt. iniiniiiinnnnnnnnnnnnf 01 TIM HEX! UFIU.- Phone 295-3749 for VIKING Fuel Oil and Gasoline DIRECT FROM PIPELINE In "Th» Train" opening Sun day at the Algena Theatre, thro ugh United Artists release, Sui anna Flon portrays the curator of a museum in Occupiei France. The adventure story o Pronch resistance to Nasi oc cupation stars Burt Lancaster Paul Scofield and Jeanne Mor eau. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa drove to Waterloo late Saturday afternoon to see the latter's sister, Mrs. Rea Hutchison who is receiving care at Schoitz Memorial hospital following an injury in a car accident when several ribs were broken and a knee injured. Asas were acconv panied by their nephew Philip Asa, his wife, and son Todd, of Titonka. They returned Sunday. home Kathleen Griffin, who teach es at Garner, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs,,Mel Griffin. The previous week she was accompanied home by ano- her teacher, Jane Banning. Rev. and Mrs. Walter F. Ion and children came home Thursday of last week from Wi- hita, Kans. were, on Tuesday, 'eb. 1, they attended the fun- ral of Mrs. Morz's mother, Mrs. bhn Nelson, 83, held at Metropolitan Baptist Church. Mrs. kelson is survived by her husband, two other daughters, and a son, all of whom live at Wichita. Mrs. Morz had gone there >y plane on the previous Satur day and the minister and children drove down on Monday. i DEPENDABLE ECONOMICAL CLEAN BULK WAGON DELIVERY TO ANY POINT IN CITY OR COUNTRY PHONE 295-3749 PHONE 295-3749 VIKING OIL CO Roy Stoffel, Mgr. JUST NORTH OF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA brother Vine Cruise, Wesley and 5 sisters: Mrs. Vernon Ewing (Kathy), DoUiver; Mrs. Phyllis Mullin, Britt; Mrs. Bob Kelly (Van), Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. E. B. Myhr (Pat), Ft. Collins, Colo.; Mrs. Wayne May (Jean), Columbia City, Ind. One sister, Mrs. Kenneth Dwyer (Donna) is dead. VISIT PARENTS Sister Giovanni of Milwaukee, Wis. came Friday evening and spent several days here visiting her father Vic Loebig, a heart patient in the Britt hospital, and her mother who is a resident ait West View Rest Home at Britt. Sister Micheline, Milwaukee, who had spent a week here with her father and mother and other relatives left Sunday. Others of the family who were here over the weekend were the Ken Rasmussens, Forest City, Larry Cooks, Spencer, John Loebigs, Ankeny, Elery Loebigs, Ames, and Merle Loebig, San Antonio, Texas, who came Feb. 1, called by the serious heart attack of his father the evening of January 30, WED 50 YEARS The Frank Johnsons are plan ning their golden wedding Jan uary 20 at the Evangelical Free church. They have two da ugh ters: Mrs. Stan Simpson, Wesley, and Mrs. Paul McNeil, Spirit Uke, ATTEND FUNERAL The John Paulsons and many fiends attended funeral servi- es in Britt Methodist church Aonday afternoon for his fa- tier, John Paulson Sr., 89, who ied Feb. 4 in the Britt hospi- —Thursday thru Saturday "Great Sioux Massacre" 7:30 Only "Young Cassidy" 9:10 Only —Saturday "Tarzan Goes To India" 6 cartoons at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. —Saturday midnight Show starting at 11:15 p.m. :, "Gorgon" and "The Skull" •—Sunday : "The Train" i : 1:30-4:00 6:30-9:15 •— Monday thru Wednesday "The Train" 7:00 and 9:30 The lesson on household efficiency was given by Mrs. Erma Kunz and Mrs. Agnes Stevens Methodist Youth Group meets Feb. 13 at 7:30 p.m. An officia board meeting was held Feb. 8 at 7:30, and choir practice is at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 10. i L,eo Hanig entered the Britl hospital Feb. 3 for medical care Lawrence Koppen was broug _._ r _ Mason City, whetc he tad surgery for removal of a kidney. Jack Robinson had as guest* for his 14th birthday January 30 David Kelch, Convith, and Sunday Jiis grandparents, Hhe Clarence Robinsons, Convith, and his grandmother, Mrs. Olive Erdman, were guests, Burrell Lease left Sunday for lis home ih New York City following a week with his mother, Mrs. Veva Lease. The LeRoy Rickes left Friday by car for Mesa, Ariz, for several weeks visiting at their son Jerry's. Jerry owns and operates a iandtor service. Mike entered the 7th grade in the same school he had attended on previous visits there. The Rickes will also visit a daughter Betty and her roommate Kay Hil» bert, Glendale, Calif., and Julia Ricke, who is employed at a Motorola plant at Tempe, Ariz. Mrs. Benny Studer entered an Iowa City hospital the fore part of the week for leg surgery. The August Studers left by rain for Long Beach, Calif, for several weeks at their son Duane Studer's. Wesley Honiemakers will meet Feb. 15 at Merrill Zwiefel's with Mrs. Ray Carlson assisting. The lesson on household efficiency will be given by Mrs. Stanley Simpson and the hostess. A Valentine exchange will be held. The Merle Giddings, Council Bluffs, spent the Jan. 30 weekend with the Gordon Giddings here and at Ted Hinders, Woden. The Orville Smiths went to Chicago Feb. 3 for the funeral of. her father Peter Render. Mrs. Geo. Gremmer returned Feb. 3 from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had surgery Jan. 27. Mrs. Hazel Gerdes writes from Albuquerque, New Mexi co, that the thermometer had registered 6 above for several mornings, which is very unusual for that area. Snow on nearby mountains made skiers happy as they see little snow there. Women of the Evangelical Free church will be hostesses to Methodist and Upper Flal women February 25 for World Dty of Prayer. Mrs. SteVe Howard of Shenandoah spent Jan. 30 id Feb. 5 in her parental, P. C. Haynes hottte. fhe Don Vogels, Lohrvilte, were Sunday guests at the parental, Mrs. Jo Meurer's, for the 9th birthday of Janelle Vogel. Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Perry and Howard French took the latter's wife, Grace French, to Iowa City on Monday where i1 was expected that she woulc have surgery this week. She hac first been at St. Ann hospita" for a time, The annual Masonic pbserv ance of Washington's Birthday will take place this year on Feb. 17, at the Temple begin ning with a 6:30 dinner served by members of the Eastern Star. It will be a Fellowship night: an Open meeting U which members may brin_ guests. The evening speaker will be T. G. Zacharias, of Ackley, who is chairman of the Iowa committee on Masonic Education and a past grand jun- lior warder. There will be music I by a local high school vocal group, The Anodynes. Dr. LeRoy I. Strohman, Worshipful Master of Prudence lodge, has arranged the program. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew returned Saturday evening from Minneapolis where she had spent two weeks with her sister and brother-in-law, the L. H. Crawfords. While there she talked by phone to Mrs. Oscar Erickson and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ferd Erickson. They live together in the former's home and Mrs. Ferd spends her days al. St. Joseph's Guild will meet 'ebruary 15 with Circle 1 on he serving committee. Father Phillips or Father Zeiman will ;ive a talk on the Sacrament of Sxtreme Unction. Holy Name society will meet Thursday, February 17. An operetta will be given at Garrigan Feb. 17-20-21 Jan. 30 guests at the parental Mrs. Emma Olson's for her birthday Feb. 1 were the Don Olsons, Ft. Dodge, and Oscar Wagners and Dell Gidner, Ma son City. Pupils of St. Joseph's parochi al school are conducting the an nual magazine subscription drive. Prairie Neighbors met Feb. 8 with Mrs. Maud Studer with Mrs. Agnes Stevens assisting. Protect Your Inveslment In Farm Buildings, Equipment! 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