Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 11
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Hurt winners are named in music contest Burl —. Biirt school had 16 fentries in the elementary, mu^ sic contest Feb. 19 at Mason City. Chaperones were Lavina Hahson, Ruth Patterson and DODGE 4-door Sedan, 6-cylinder engine, radio, heater, light green finish, extra clean. 1395 00 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Mrs, Larry Coney, the music in* fctructor. Accompanists were Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Janet Becker and Kathy Patterson. Winners of blue ribbons were clarinet trio by Carol Sill, Dai 1 * lene Miller and Cynthia Sorter- berg; French horn solo by David Hanson; flute duet by Nancy Herrick . and Jolyn Scheer; .uba solo by Robert pevine; tumpet solo by Pamela Soder- jerg; clarinet duet by Marilyn 3 erson and Marcia Soderberg; irum solo by Mayme Lavrenz; ;rumpet solo by Becky Cranston; baritone horn solo by Pranklyn Becker; trombone solo by Kevin Fraser; alto saxa* phone duet by Lennis Waltman and Dale Fraser. Red ribbon winners were clarinet solo by Mark Behreinds; flute solo by Cynthia Sill; trumpet solo by Cynthia Cranston; flute solo by Cynthia Patterson; French horn duet by Connie Sheirbon and Ruth Long. 1AND MOTHERS MEET Burt Band Mothers club met Thursday at the school in the band room. Hostesses were Eleanor Stenzel, Darlcne Herriok, Mildred Mescher, Lavina Hanson and Betty Miller. Thirteen members were present. Wanta lee Hawcott gave a report on the dinner served for the Federal Land Bank and Dorothy Sheirbon gave a report on the pork, producers dinner. There was a discussion about buying a new bass clarinet but no decision. Nine senior band pins were ordered. Debbie Kohlhaas .'Da Not Disturb" ojMni Sunday At fh« Atgani Ttottr* at the parental Fred Milton's Dinner Sunday was for the birthday of Fred Hilton. Mrs. George Ackert, St. Paul, is a guest at the Catl Reynolds home. Guests Sunday at Odey .Cherland's for her birthday were the E. C, Schwieterts, Albert Bleichs, Mrs. ,B. E. Miller, the Carl Reynold^ and Mrs. Geo. Ackert. ' Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher day gueste wefe the Wallace Un» rberg}, Port Bodge. the Mike Ffohiings were Sunday guests at Jay McCoJ- lough's^ Eagle Grove. Mrs. Sam Thorsland, Bode, aM Mrs. Roy Enockson were Tuesday coffee guests of Mrs. Earl Olson. The R. M. Hansons, Ahkeny, were Tuesday and Wednesday visitors at Eugene StrUther's. Mrs. Ida Worster, Rolfe, and the Laurel Worsters went to Ft. Dodge Sunday as guests of the Harlan Worsters. ifofnia,' as" well a§ tKfee nieces'' and two nephews. ' Me served in the tf. S. r4aVy in World War 2 in the South Pa> MOTORING IN THE ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE are Doris Day and Rod Taylcr in this seen* from th« 20th Century-Fox romantic- comedy, "Do Not Disturb" in CinemaScope and Deluxe Color opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Taylor plays an American businessman transferred to England, while Doris Day is his well- meaning, but sometimes meddlesome wife. Ralph Levy directed. I ST. PATRICK'S DAY DANCE Thursday, March 17 — ALGONA VFW HALL — "DAY* • TED HERBST BAND $1.00 Per Couple played a trumpet Solo and Marilyn Cherland a solo on E flat horn. Mrs. Wallace Hawcott showed slides and movies of the Burt high school band taken at band festivals and on Memorial Day in the past as well as the present and later events. BACK FROM FLORIDA The Arie Dittmers returned Feb. 19 from a plane trip to 'ampa, Fla. They left home 'eb. 3. Tuesday, Feb. 15 they ,vent by plane to New York to isit his sister, Gladys, Mrs. jyle Morris, and a son and daughter at Northport at Long sland. Then by plane to Chicago to visit the Lester Mitchells and their son Norman and fam- ly. They flew to Mason City ,vhere the Eu Claire Meyers met them. They were guests Sunday at the Meyer home. In Florida hey visited the Quentin Bjus roms at the home of a nephew the Ronald Harlans, Titusville Pla. They also visited the Ray Smiths at St. Petersburg an< talked to Verda Kienitz and Olive Person also in St. Peters burg. —Thursday thru Saturday "Gunmen Of The Rio Grande" 7:30 only "Situation Hopeless But Not Serious" at 9:05 —Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Gunmen Of The Rio Grande" Plus 6 Color Cartoons , —Sunday "Do Not Disturb" 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:30-8:30 —Monday thru Wednesday "Do Not Disturb" 7:00-9:10 Lenten services will begin at the Trinity Lutheran churches at Ottosen and Rutland with the Rev. Robert J. Le Mont in charge. Ash Wednesday the Ottosen congregation had a 6 o'clock pot luck carry supper, followed by services at 6:45. Lutheran Church Women met Wednesday with Mrs. Melvin Ellingson. Mrs. Loren Daniel gave the lesson. Kathy Williams and Chad Cooper, students at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at the Oscar Williams home. Steven Williams, Molin, was also a week end guest. Other guests during the week were the Richard Wil liams, Hardy, Wm. Chantlands Humboldt, and Neal Olsons. The Orlando Grefstads, Or ille Olsons and Tom Olson Jode, and Mrs. Donald Usher ttended funeral services fo: Arthur Fisher at Perry Wednes day. BUILDING COMMITTEE A dinner was held Sunday fo: the building committee at Burt Presbyterian church. The campaigners reported on the drive for funds at a fellowship hour. This follows 7 or 8 weeks of preparation and a week of meetings. There are 93 percent of the people behind this project. There is no definite objective at the present time. The gifts and total amount pledged is ,$54,500, ,,Thg^building committee will ''meet' again and the congre- gation will decide in the near future on the project. EX-RESIDENT DIES A former Burt resident, Mrs. Charles Adams, 79, died last week at the Grayson Rest Home in Des Moines where she had been a patient several years. She also lived in Algona. She was the former Martha Dettman, sister of George Dettman and Paul Dettman. Funeral ser vices were held in the Presby terian church in Algona Monday with burial in Burt cemetery. Margaret Holt was a Thursday /isitor at Russell Hutchinson's lumboldt. Mrs. Lawrence^ Anderson an girls, Duncombe, were Saturda ;uests at Henry Olson's. Sur f HUftSftAV, MfJ* ft, IM- |T11 t""""" dfic from 1&42 until ,1048. ALGON THURS. Thri SAT. . 24-26 AL&MfilfiSt as a jolly jailer with more bars {hah brain's Reuben Johnson found dead at Bancroft Bancroft — Funeral services 'or Reuban Johnson, 55, of Bancroft, were held Monday at the Jarry funeral home in Bancroft. }ev. Victor Vriesen officiated and burial was in the Greenwood cemetery at Bancroft. The Bancroft American Le gion conducted military rites at Lhe grave. Mr. Johnson was found deac in his trailer home at Bancroft Friday afternoon. Death was due to a stroke and it is believed he had been dead since Tuesday. He was born Oct. 31, 1910 aft Bricelyn and attended Grant Center grade school and later graduated from the Bancroft high school. He had been employed by a highway construction company. Mr. Johnson is survived by two brothers, Burton of Ledyard and Carlyle of San Gabriel, Cal- GOnFRlEO jlipm RWKoi lyUJvL Fv^M^w^SiiFRiEOREllii^OI PLUS SECOND HIT! A SWEEPING DRAMA OF THE UNTAMED WESTI fillY MADISON ««WfattE.nL GUNMEN H RIO ORANDE ticraicM SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 "GUNMEN OF RIO GRANDE" >•Plus Six Color Cartoons , \'-. Sunday Thru Wednesday, Feb. 27 - March 2 at ELETRONIC SPECIALTIES Admiral Dual Speaker 21" Portable TV --^fe- DUAL-SPEAKER HI-FI SOUND-Two Admiral Quality Alnico V speakers, matched to the cabinet for greater tonal depth and dimension! FLAT SCREEN. SQUARE CORNERS-Shows entire pictures, as broadcast- without clipped corners! BETTER PERFORMANCE AND DEPENDABILITV- Precision-crafted advanced Q-20 20,000-volt horizontal chassis with reserve power tor sparkling picture brightness and de- exclusive €*i 'FLAT FACE" 21" PORTABLE TV The CAMBRIDGE • Model PH2UU Dual-speaker design in lightweight, luggage-thin cabinet. All 82-channel UHF/VKF reception. Wide-angl* Steelbond picture tube. Built-in retractable handle. High-impact plastic cabinet in Bisque Brown, CHOOSE PROM OUH COMPLETE LINE Of ADMIRAL PORTABLE TV The PLAYMATE PS310 Series Lees than 12 Ibs.l Rugged steel wrcprirounil frame; precision- cr;:IloU horizontal chassis, tilsc!;, red or wh.U>. > ^S^^^inS&Kv&iitiOMlI^^ The PLAYMATE 13 PG1330 Series Precision-crafted horizontal chassis. Earphone jack, front channel indicator. Black, red, green, white. The NAUTICAL PH1530 Series 14,000-volt precision-crafted horizontal chassis. 15" Steel- bond picture tube. Black, white. Electronic Specialties GENE FAUUSTICH, Owner Qi«gonal Street ALGONA MRS. CLARK DIES Friends and relatives here re ceived word that Mrs. Marion Clark died Feb. 20 in South Bend, Ind. She had been ill for several years with cancer. Before her illness she was a teacher in the South Bend school. The darks formerly lived in Burt, the John Clarks in 1920's; Good Will truck will be in Burt March 8. Leave material at Burt Methodist church base : ment. The speech contest will beheld Feb. 25-26 at Burt. Gwyneth Teeter, Mason City, spent the weekend at the parental Glenn Teeter's. The Fred Davises visited his nother Mrs. Art Davis at the Good Samaritan Rest Home in ,aurens Sunday. She fell several weeks ago and cracked her pelvic bone and has not been able to be up since then. LeRoy Davis, employee at Burt elevator, is in Kansas City this week taking a fertilizer course. The P. W. Marlows have a 6 Ib. 14 oz. daughter born Feb. 19 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They have two married daughters and a 15 year old son Douglas. The grandparents are the Will Giffords and Mrs. Clara Marlow in the Bancroft Rest Home. The Will Giffords now have 14 grandchildren. Guests Sunday at Will Gifford's 1 were the Marvin Marlows, Lone Rock, Richard Robinsons and Martin Smiths, Algona, and P. W. Marlow and Douglas. The Union World Day of Prayer service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Burt Presbyterian church. Tom Lewis, a Negro college tudent, will be speaker and fur- lish music at Burt Methodist hurch Sunday morning. There were 30 from Burt Me- hodist church at the family night program Sunday at Good Hope Methodist church with >rogram on Indian Americans >y Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Davies. The Merle Richards, Britt, visited Sunday with Mrs. Etta ioldren. They had just returned from a visit in Tampa, Fla. at their son Ralph's. The Vern Shiplers spent the weekend in Des Moines and visited Dennis Shipler at the Veterans hospital. His arm is healing nicely and he is in good spirits. Other callers at the hospital were Roger Chafee, the Larry Manuses, Dai-win Koep- kes, and Melvin Johnsons. The George Beckers, and Mrs. Ethyl Hain were guests Sunday at Martin Becker's, Algona, for Mrs. George Becker's birthday. Mrs. Wm. Batt returned Thursday from University hospital in Iowa City where she had been a patient a month. Fortnightly club will meet March 4 with Mrs. Ben Bahling. Gerald Hilton, student at Mankato State, spent the weekend at home. The James Traegers, Des Moines, were also guests YOUNG LUTHERANS FACE FACTS ABOUT SUCCESS Some people think success is having money. Cash is important, but it's tough to always have enough saved for every emergency. That's why so many young Lutherans own AAL life insurance. Ft saves while it protects. Call this local Lutheran for his professional advice. EDWIN P. RUDD, FIC District Representative Box 284 Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5049 AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS (AAL) PLUS COLOR CARTOON I 11 carit tie my shoes yet. But I can change the stereo tape cartridge in our'66 Ford. You just pop it in. Our Ford also has a light that warns my father if a door's ajar. And one switch that locks all doors. Ford makes things work easy. 0 wish they made shoes.) Slip your feet into a fast-selling '66 Ford and see how easy life can be. Take Ford's handy twin-edge ignition key and start one of the world's quietest riding cars. • Turn on lord's stereo tape player (available on all models) and enjoy the music of your choice. • Lock or unlock all doors with one switch on the optional Safety/Convenience Control Panel. • Settle back in the rich interior of an LTD by Ford. • Try Ford's Magic Doorgate for wagons: Swings out like a door for people and down like a tailgate for cargo. • Discover Ford's Engineering Magic for yourself. Take a '66 on the Q.T. (Quiet Test). TEST-DRIVE AMERICAS TOTAL PERFORMANCE CAjBj FORD MUSTANG- 8RONCO-FAt.CON-FAIRI.ANC FgRD-THUNDERBIRO SAVE NOW! Best values yet at your Ford Dealer's 3rd Annual White Sale! * TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 320 EAST STATE STREET ALGONA,

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