Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 16
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i^ALOONA (low.) ADVANCf THUMDAY, Mi. 17, IfM m 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 in Around Algona by ONIETA DlDRIKSEN Phone 595 2605 41 H'I ! r M"l>! •H-1--H-M-M-H M I I I !• !• I I i I I !• I I 1 t I I II I I I H Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith, Woden, were guests at the Bob Ellefson home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shack«l> fortl visited Sunday at the Roy SWvens home near Wesley. Mrs. Thelma Adsit, Whitewater, Wis., was a guest Wednesday at the J. B. Asa home, driving from Clear Lake where she had been called for a funeral. She also visited at the Ray Krantz home in Titonka during a brief stay. She is a cousin of Mrs. Asa and Mr. Krantz. David Steven, now working at the Saw Shop in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven. Mrt. Wade Sullivan l«ft Tuesday on vacation. She accompanied her sister, Mrs. Gilbert Knudsen, of Emmetsburg Who planned a leisurely drive to Houston where they have cousins, then they will stop over in New Orleans on the return trip, planning to be away four to six weeks. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Lounsbury, their 58th wedding anniversary. Both are still active and get about in their own car in spite of ad* vancing age. Bertha Godfrey returned Monday to Ames after spending the weekend with Algona friends. She and two other members of a Birthday Club, Esther Quinby and Antoinette Bonstetter, were honored at a luncheon Saturday noon at which the hostesses were Hattie Wilson, Laverne Johnson, and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Simons and daughter Nina, of Ames, spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week with the parental Harvey Johnsons who entertained their son Larry's family of Algona at dinner a week ago Sunday. Bob Holcomb, who is a junior at the State University, visited his mother, Mrs. Laura Hough, for a few days during the recent semester break. Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Whitey) Voigt left for the West Coast on Feb. 5, going by train from Perry where they left their car. They are visiting the Glen McMurrays at Glendale, another aunt, Helen ZLttritsch, at Los Angeles, the Wesleys at Escondido, and planned to go south as far as San Diego. Whitey is on a month's vacation from the Post Office. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haupert spent the weekend before last with the latter's sister in Lincoln, Nebr., going by bus from Spencer where they left their car. Mrs. Joe Tschetter will drive to Huron, S.D. on Saturday, if weather permits,' to observe MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from mi nor aches and pain often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism. Bursitis, Lumbago, Back ache and Painful Muscular aches. Relieve these discomforts or your money back. On sale at HONSBRUCH drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wadleigh and two children, St. Louis, also Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips and daughters, Des Moines, came to spend the weekend with their father, J. J. Wadleigh, and to celebrate, a bit late, his birthday which was on Feb. 9. Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney recently had as weekend guest her cousin, Paul Ferrigan, of Chicago, who came by train to Fort Dodge on Feb. 4 and remained till Feb. 7. Bruce Eckhart, Humboldt whose wife is a cousin, met Paul and brought him to Algona. While here he also visited with Mrs. Mary Nelson, sister of Mrs. Mahoney, and on Sunday evening they were guests of Minnie and Ada Schick for dinner and cards. of Mt§ dettit it fortunt, Calll., i on Jan. 20, of Mrs. John Hough whose husband is a son of the late Ed Hough. The deceased is survived by a son and her husband who is in the lumber business. The VFW Post 2541 and Its Auxiliary held their joint din* ner meeting Wednesday evening, Feb. 9, at the VFW Hall. Valentines were used for table decorations. Hosts and hostesses were the Willard Zeiglers, he Lewis Marshalls, the Harold Sabins, Helen Johnson, Atha Hardgrove, Al Sage, Carl Nelson, Dr. D. J. Shey, Don Sjo- jren, Dick Cook, Ray Sams and loy Johnson. Mrs. Ed Wolf, Auxiliary president, distributed pins to several nembers during the dinner tour. A 25 year pin was given to Mrs. Anna Hilenga; 20 year pins went to Clara Drayton, Clara Funk, Linnea Hiserodlt, Joyce Hutchison, Darlene Immerfall. Pins for 15 years of member ship were presented to Helen Chamberlain, Dora Hagg, Zelma Johnson, Alma Marshall, Mar garet Reese ,Leona Sabin, Emily Shackelford, Wilma Strayer, and Frances Wiese. Myrtle Etherington, Joyce Schoby and Louella Wolf received 10 year pins, and five year pins were awarded to Mary Simons, Marie Penton, Vera Erpelding and Doretta Plumb. There were 39 members present for the Auxiliary's business meeting with Mrs. Wolf presiding. Kathy Taylor, Lynn Buchanan, Linda Busch, and Jenilee Hutchinson, members of Girl Scout Troop No. 434, presented a Certificate in recognition of sponsorship by the Auxiliary, and the Auxiliary presented hem with two flags. Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson is troop leader. Mrs. Beatrice Miller was welcomed as a new member and t was voted to donate $10.00 to ;he Foreign Student program. The Silver march netted $5.23 and cancer project brought in $7.31. The door prize went to fuwns, all of Algona, and the ll Goetschs of LuVeme. Sunday callers at the J. M. Pattersons were Mr. and Mi*. Hoy Dady of Mount Ayr. Mis. Dady is the former Wana Patterson. "The Cincinnati Kid" tome* fe the Algona Theatre Sunday Mrs. Ed Hough received word THURS. Thru SAT. FEB. 17.19 ALGONA DAVKIMAlCOlM-o-iM** UNNKMffMM Helen Chamberlain and the cancer project gift, to Marie Penton. The next joint meeting will be held on March 9th. Irvington By Mae McLean Ann-Margret, as a gambler's woman with a roving eye for men — and Steve McQueen in particular — in Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer's "The Cincinnati Kid." The excitement-pitched Martin Ransohoff production, in Metro- color, also stars Edward 6. Ro> inson. Karl Maiden, Tuesday Weld, Joan Blondell, Rip Torn, Jeff Corey and Jack Weston in one of the year's most important casts. ©33 —Thursday thru Saturday "Seaside Swingers" at 7:30 only "Beach Ball" at 9:05 only —Saturday matinee at 1:30 showing "The Five Pennies" Plus 6 color cartoons —Sunday "The Cincinnati Kid" 1:30-3:25-5:20 7:25-9:30 —Monday thru Wednesday "The Cincinnati Kid" 7:25-9:30 PLUS SECOND SWING HIT! The sw/ngin'est ever.' Gvl Go! Joseph E, tevine patent* JotinLeyton Mike Same | Freddie and the Dreamers! THEATRE Saturday Matinee Feb. 19 only - all :30 DANNY KAYE in "THE FIVE PENNIES" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS Mrs. Wayne Byerly and daughter of Ames were recently in this area visiting the Lawrence Millers and Mrs. Nell Potter, the latter of Algona. Mrs. Potter accompanied them back to Ames, to visit her sister and husband the Scott Moores. Mr. Moore recently had surgery, but is recovering. The Moores are formerly of this area, Mr. Moore having been employed many years ago by the late John Frankl. At that time the Moores lived in a tenant house on the Frankl farm. Mrs. Hazel Sabin recently had a letter from Mrs. Opal Barker, Oscondido, Calif. Mrs. Barker reported that she had attended the Algona picnic there and found the Henry Gu- derians and the Gerald Roch- leaus also in attendance. The U.P.W. met last week Thursday afternoon at the Irvington church. The second chapter of the book "A Reluctant Missionary" was studied under the direction of president, Mrs. B. O. Davis, Mrs. Martha Adams, Algona, resident of the Grayson Nursing home, Des Moines, recently suffered a stroke and is reported to be in a serious condition. During the past several years Mrs. Adams has had to have both legs amputated. She is the mother of Mrs. Dwight Sabin Des Moines. The Gary Norcross family moved last week to Humboldt Gary has been employed for sometime at the Harvestore Go there. Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Sabins were, the Bil Funks, the Duane Rileys, the Carl Goetschs, the John Put Ledyard youth wins Catholic Scout award Ledyard — Robert Powers son of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Pow ers, was presented the Catholic Scout award "Ad Altare Dei" a it. Mary's Catholic church in itorm Lake Sunday. A high mass was celebrated by Bishop Joseph M. Mueller at noon. The awards were presented to 50 Catholic scouts by Father James HcCormack, an Eagle Scout from Sioux City. A banquet was dt 1:30 with Bishop Mueller as speaker. Robert is a member of ;he Ledyard Sacred Heart Ca- jholic church, C.Y.O., and the Lakota Boy Scout Troop No. 49. Mr. and Mrs. Powers and Margaret attended. SUN. Thru WED. FEB. 20-23 ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 He's! take on anupne, at anything, anytime ,.,/t was only a matter oftufha earn9 flr&tl NETRO-COIDWYN MAYER n<e«cm« STEVE EDWARD G. ANN- McQUEEN'ROBINSQN-MARGRET KARIMAIDEN-TUESOAYWELD IN A MARTIN RANSOHOFf PRODUCTION OAK BIONMU • RIP Wit • JACK WESION • CAB CAIIOKAV Dun couples observe their 25th weddings An Open House was held Sunday afternoon at the Doan Methodist Church honoring the 25th anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Hay V. Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Asa. The event was sponsored by children of the two couples: George Cunningham, Viet Nam; Janet, a student at Morningside; Che ryl and Rachelle at home; the Philip Asas of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hazlett, Mason City, Alan and Anthony Asa, at home. The women are sisters, daughters of Hazel Krantz Hutchison and the late Rea Hutchison, but did not have a double wedding. Ray Cunningham and Elsa Hutchison were marriec on Feb. 6, and Evalene Hutchi son was married to Fred Asa on Feb. 16, both weddings tak ng place at the Waterloo Presbyterian church. The Asas came at once to tossuth county and farmed in he Doan area till Fred was called to military service. Then ils wife and son. went to Wa- erloo to live with the Cunning- lams and when Ray too went nto service, the two sisters, each with a small son, remained together. After receiving his discharge, the Fred Asas returned to the farm on which they have continued to live. Cunninghams stayed for a time in Waterloo, /hen they too came in 1948 to ;he Doan area and are living on the former Krantz farm which belonged to Mrs. Cunningham's grandfather. About 200 friends and relatives gathered Sunday to do them honor on their silver anniversaries. A program: Through The Years, was presented by the children. The Tea Table was done in the Valentine theme with a Heart shaped cake for each couple. Among out of town relatives present were: .The Earl Hut- chisons, an uncle, the Kermit Iverson family, a sister of Ray, Waterloo; the John Petersons (she is the women's sisjter)), Clear Lake; and Frank Asa, a brother, ftufand. Other guest* came from Charles City, Forest City, LuVerne, Humboldt, Swea City, Burt, Gilmore City besides many from Titonka and Algona. Portland Mr*. Victor Fitch 8 p.m. - UP.YP. tmetini. flow* Lesson: "Predestinatioti" led fay " " lev, Walter F. Mon. Mitch: Mike French. 6:30 p.m. — Mariners Club meeting. Pot Luck Sweetheart dinner. "Travelogue" presented by Walter and Velma Morz and Joe and June Potnphui. Wednesday, Feb. 23 9:30 aim. — Mid-week prayer and bible study meeting. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Harrington, Debra and Roxanna of Des Mod- nes came up to spend the week end in the Hugh Williams tiome. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Howard Sparks home. George Hix of Doan and Arthur Hix of Sexton called at the Dwight Ruse home Tues day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps were 1 Thursday evening visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels of Britt were Thursday evening visitors in the parental P. W Marlow home. 6:30 p.m. — Couples Club meeting begins with a potluck «\ipper. An informal program follows until about 9 p.m. All couples of the church are invfc ted to participate. Wednesday, Feb. 23 (Ash Wednesday) 6:30 a.m. — Holy Communion Service. Churches First Presbyterian ••v. Walter f. Mars Algona Thursday, F.b. 17 1:30 p.m. — U.P.W. Circles will meet. Circle "A" — Hostess: Mrs. Earl Miller; Co-Hostess: Mrs. Willard Gregson; Program and Devotions: Mrs, Willis Etherington. Circle "B" — Hostess: Mrs. Trella Patterson; Co-Hostess: Mrs. Norma Bailey; Program: Mrs. Harold Sabin; Devotions:- Mrs. Andy Crawford. Circle "C" — Hostess: Mrs. Kenneth Strayer; Co-Hostess: Mrs. Clark Godden; Program and Devotions: Mrs. Merlon Baker; Circle "D" — Hostess: Mrs. Al Agena; Program and Devotions: Mrs. Dick Meyer. 3:45 p.m. — Youth - Club meeting. 7:30 p.m. — Sanctuary Choir rehearsal. Sunday, Feb. 20 9:30 a.m. — Sunday Church School. Class for all ages begin ning with two year olds. 10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship Service. First Mtthodist Mtv. Frank I. CamMlrit, Palter Wtsicy Thursday, Ftb. 17 7:30 p.m. — Choir practice. 8 p.m. — Methodist Men. 2 p.m. — Circle No. 1 at Mrs. Ben Eden's home. Sunday, Ftb. 20 9:30 a.m. — V'arship Service. 10:30 a.m. — Church School. MYF on 2nd and 4th Sunday nights at 7:30 p.m. Official Board on 1st Thursday each month at 8 p.m. First Lutheran Mv. Robert rV loftn* Algona Thursday, F«b. 17 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. — Weekday Church School, grades 3 through 7. 7 p.m. — Senior Confirm* ion class. 7:15 p.m. — Chancel Choir and Senior Choir practice (com bined). Sunday, Ftb. 20 8:10 a.m. — Quinquagesima Sunday Early Worship Service 9:20 to 10:35 a.m. — Sunday Church School classes for al ages from three through older adults. 10:45 a.m. — Later Service with the installation of 1966 Of 7:30 a.m. — Luther League breakfast. 7:30 p.m. — Holy Commun- on Service, beginning the ser- es of special midweek Lenten ervices—a time to deepen our aith, witness to our love for hrist, and walk with Him to Calvary's Cross. Give Mother A Break! Let the Historical Society get supper and do the dishes. Bring the whole family. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY BEAN SUPPER V.F.W. HALL Tuesday, Feb. 22 5 to 7:30 P.M. — MENU — Beans, Ham. Rolls, Salad, Dessert, Beverage Adults —11.25 Children (under 12) — 75c ENTERTAINMENT ALL EVENING Piblic Invited SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for youl Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA- CLEAR Decongestant tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus.cavities. One "hard core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily — stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at your favorite drug counter, without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out this ad — take to store listed, Purchase one Pack of Syna-Clear 12's and receive one more Syna-Clear 12 Pack Free. . . ' • . ' . •'-''. ' HONSBRUCH DRUG — ALGONA The truck from the Goodwill Industries in Sioux City will make stops at the Methodist and Bethany Evangelical and Reformed churches February 21. Anyone having articles they would like to send is asked to have them at the churches by 9 that morning. At the first annual meeting of the Ledyard Lumber Co. Monday the following officers were re-elected: John Kramers- meier, president; Leon McCoy, vice; Engelbart Logemann, sec,; and Melvin Logemann, treas. A paint demonstration was discussed with plans for a first anniversary observance March 21. Melvin Busch was released from the Park hospital in Mason City Monday. Tim Doocy was released from the Blue Earth hospital Friday. He was admitted on January 17, released two days and then spent another eleven days. Mrs. Ralph Johnson, formerly Ledyard, now in Buffalo Center, was admitted to the 10 Center hospital Monday. Sita Johnson and Betty Herzog, Minneapolis, spent last weekend at Harold Herzog's. Darwin Jorgenson, Des Moines, visited the parental Earl Jorgensons last weekend. Sunday evening the Youth Fellowship of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church were guests at the Lutheran church in Swea City at a Valentine party. Thursday Dr. H.H. Murray, Lakota, was at the Ledyard school to talk to the third graders on correct care of the teeth. Father-Daughter — A father- daughter combination this year heads the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges at Fulton. E. A Teters has been installed as noble grand, while his daughter, Mrs. Vern Said, will serve as noble grand of the Rehek alis. We're giving good deals and immediate deliveries on all five '66 Plymouths. Why? To keep our sales success on the move. Move with us...test-drive a '66 Plymouth today! PAA "Plymouth—a great car from Chrysler Corp, 95 KEN'S AUTO SERVICE 1929 N. MAIN STREET ALBONA

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