Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1966 · Page 15
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I^ALOONA (low*) ADVANCt THURSDAY, MAKCH 3, 1966 HH i inn ii i in i 1 1 M i > i n i M n HI 1 1 n m Around Algona by ONIETA DlDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 *MI1I 1 II I I II I 1 I I Ml I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I 1 I I I I I I I l4-H"t"M"»"H"H-t- Iowa University students ere enjoying a week of vacation between terms and will resume classes at Ames next week. Mrs. Arthur Jackman who is vacationing at Phoenix with her sister, Alice Ditsworth, writes titat they are staying with Florence Howard, former Algona girl, and are enjoying their sojourn in the sunny Southwest. Among others she mentioned seeing were Mabel Livingston, Wtezel Vera, and Ann Curtis with Whom they all had dinner. Or. and Mrs. H. C. drove here from Des Aillaud Moines Monday of last week and remained overnight, completing Ihe sale of their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zeigler and three of their four children came Saturday from Marion for an overnight visit with his par- fents, the Wilbur Zeiglers, then went to Forest City to have Sunday dinner with her mother, ,MiTS. Ned Johnson, before returning home. They picked, up .their oldest son, Paul, at Cedar Falls enroute. "Never too Late" Opens Sunday at the, Algona Theatre, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby are going to Omaha tomorrow will remain for the weekend with the son, Robert Hicks, his wife and their four children. Mrs. Vic Hiserodt left by bus Saturday for Phoenix to visit her son Donald and his family, planning to be away two weeks. She had made trips there earlier : by train and plane so thought a bus ride might be interesting. Don is State Supervisor of Man Power development training for Arizona. He and his Wife have two children. Randy Harms, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Harms, left a week Ago last Monday to begin basic training in the Army. He was in his senior year at the State University when he enlisted. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson left Saturday morning for Florida and will be away on vacation for three weeks. They went to St. Petersburg and joined the Ed Wolcotts with whom they planned .a trip to Key West. They will visit scenic spots in Florida enroute and on returning home will travel along the Gulf, then north through Arkansas and Missouri. Dr. Hoffman, for whom Mrs. Anderson works, is also on vacation. Rodney Scuffham, son of tha John Scuffhams, is home on leave after completion of basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and will leave tomorrow for Fort Benning, Ga., to continue schooling. Mr. and Mrs. C.. R. Schoby with Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter drove to Worthington, Minn., last Friday. They called on Rev. O. W, Brand, former Methodist pastor here, who now lives with nis daughter Joyce and her two children. Mrs. Brand, a multiple sclerosis victim, and a patient at the Nursing Home in Worthington, remains mentally alert, altho muscular paralysis is increasing and her friends find her gradually losing ground. Jim Pickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett, Ankeny, has joined the Army Air Force and left Des Moines Monday to begin his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood. He hopes, when that has been completed to enter Officers' Training at Fort Benning, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger drove to Ames Saturday for Commencement at the Dniversi- ty where their son-in-law, Larry Leaneagh, received his degree in Engineering Operations. They were accompanied by Larry's grandmother, Mrs. Harley Palmer and her daughter Lorraine Dale. Larry's family will remain at Ames till school closes but he will begin working next week for Goss Printing Company in Chicago. Others of the family who attended the graduation and reception were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Armintrout, Des Moines, Roger Wright and Ann Seger, Iowa City. Also in attendance at the Commencement were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duerr of Algona, whose son Fred received a de- Bean supper attracts 500 here last Tuesday Ft. Dodge Wednesday on water s and laundering. Holt, Spencer, had surgery at the Spencer hospital Wednesday. He i* a former res- Paul Ford re-creates tha rola ha originatad on Broadway of tha aging, irritabla and irrefutably funny Naw Englander who discovers to his surprisa that ha has not lost his powars of procreation. Photo is from Warnar Bros.' motion pictura version of tha comedy "Never Too Late," which opans Sunday at tha Algona Theatre. Maureen O'Sullivan, Connie Stevens and Jim Mutton, also star in the Tachni- color-Panavision film. A crowd of more than 500 persons were served at the much-publicized Bean Supper held Tuesday evening of last week at the VFW Hall. The largest number arrived together at Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Bronea © gree in Industrial Administration. Fred will work at Ames for a time for the University Press until he enters the Air Force. Mrs. Gordon Davidson of the Doan area is now at the Britt hospital after being at home for several weeks from her hospitalization in Mason City. J. B. Asa, a brother, has been taking his turn with other 'members of the family in staying with her nights. 1965 FORD 2-door Fairlane 500 Sport coupe, bucket seats, Cruise-a- matic, radio, V-8, dark blue finish, in perfect condition. New $3200 $ 2350°° TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORP & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE —Thursday thru Saturday "The Reward" 7:30 only "Ship Of Fools" 8:40 only —Saturday morning at 10:00 "For The Love Of Mike" 6 color cartoons. —Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Ihe Palomino" Plus 6 color cartoons —Sunday "Never Too Late" 1:30-3:15-5:00-7:10-9:20 —Monday thru Wednesday "Never Too Late" 7:25 - 9:30 Swea-Harrison Homemakers met Feb. 15 with Mrs. Harold Jones, Mrs. Ralph Walker assisting. The lesson was by Mrs. Maynard Jensen and Mrs. Tom Preston. Mrs. Jensen talked on storage of clothing. Mrs. Preston talked on efficiency in the kitchen. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson and Mrs. Emil Larson will have the next lesson on sewing machine care and attachments. Mrs. Laurel Peterson and Mrs, Brownsville 'the Daileys saw the Amunsons, the Sam Kuhns, and the Joe Buschers, Sr., 'wha are wintering there. A recent Iowa Area edition of Together Magazine carries a picture of Florence Prouty who has been awarded the Javiera Spencer Award by the Association of American Women of Chile. Miss Prouty has worked with the children of Santiago, Chile, for 26 years. As a child she attended school in Algona when her parents lived here and later finished High School at Garner where they moved. She took nurse's training at the Methodist Hospital in Sioux City and became pediatrics nursing supervisor. In 1940 she went to Santiago's Sweet Memorial Institute where she set up a day nursery and kindergarten for working mothers, a program which now takes daily care of 135 children, and where she continues to serve. A son, the first child was born Friday, Feb. 25, to Mr. and Mrs. James L. Steven at Minneapolis. The baby weighed 7 Ibs., 6 oz., and has been named Brian James. He is the first grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven who have three granddaughters, Mr. and Mrs. Pick Cowan left Friday by car for Olympia, Wash., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walbridge and two little girls, their daughter Judy's family. They spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs, Jim Steele at Willmar, Minn., where they recently moved from Algona. Cowans plan to be away two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Scuff- ham were honored Saturday on their 40th anniversary by an evening party at the home of their soft Jilri. Relatives here for the event were Mrs. Scuff- ham's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kraft, with two of their grandchildren, Waterloo; an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, Pilot Mound, la.; a brother, Herman Lyon, his wife and two daughters, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Benschoter and Arlen, Mr. and Mrs. John Scuffham, Rodney and Jim, Lola and Ivy Scuff- ham, Janet Scuffham, LeAnne Helmers, Angela Johnson, Mrs. Sadie Hopkins, all Algona; Mrs. Margaret Wagner, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts, Montevideo, Minn. A buffet supper was served with Mrs. Lyons cutting the August Brandt will have the March 15th meeting. The Darrel Bishops were Tuesday guests at Richard Looft's, Ledyard. The Russel Strayers, Ceylon; and the Warren Broneses were Thursday callers at Kenneth Brones's. The Francis Torines were Saturday guests of his parents, the Perry Torines, Bancroft, for his. 83rd birthday. Other , guests were the Howard Nagels and Mark, Sherburn, Minn. Mrs. Gene Thompson, Mrs; Francis Torino and Mrs. Ervin Link attended the Baptist Mission Society at Fort Dodge Tuesday at Mrs. Josephine Moore's. The Maynard Jensens and Duane Jensens were guests Suii- day at David Earp's, Crystal Lake, for the 3rd birthday of Michael. The Claire Earps, Albert Lea, Minn., also grandparents, were also guests. Mrs. Maynard Jensen was a surgery patient at -the hospital at Estherville Wednesday through Friday. Mrs. David Earp, Crysta'l Lake, came to visit at the Jensens Wednesday. Callers at Walter Hans's last week were Mrs. Harvey L. Lar 1 son and Ronnie, and the Dillard Bishops. The Ormal Guinns were Saturday visitors, at Laverne Larson's. Other 'visitors were Mrs Larson's brother, the Jack Zim mers, Fairmont. Mrs. Carl Lofstrom and William, Alfred and August Melz were Sunday guests of an aunt, Mrs. Marie Pahl, Amboy, Minn., and attended the 60th wedding 5 o'clock but the tables were constantly being refilled till nearly seven, Along with a fine profit, $400, to the County Historical Society, there were also 100 new memberships in that organ ization sold by Angus Cotton and his committee. Much of the food, especially the brown bread and the white cake, was donated and prepared in many homes. Host and hostesses for the event were: August Slagle, Mrs, L. R. Potter ana Mrs. J. C. Cash, dressed in Centennial costumes Glenn Seger played organ music during the oinner hours; a high school string trio played and the Barbershoppers sang a tew numbers, Place mats were donated by the Iowa State Bank and napkins by the Security Bank; Mrs C. K. achoby anu ivirs. A. Ma gle were responsible for decor ations; Mrs. Don Smith Sr. was in charge of the dining room Fred Plumb took care of the tables and hall arrangements Stewart McFadden arranged toi the entertainment; Dr. L. R otter was in charge of advance ticket sales; and Mrs. Wayne Keith was chairman of the ood committee. The officers in the Historical Society and their committee wish to express thanks to those who took charge and to many others who assisted in making ;he supper so huge: a success ;hat it is hoped this event may become a tradition on Washing- tons tfirtnoay as it was in tne earlier days in Algona. »eeee»e»»eeeeeeeeeeeeeee dent here, Lawrence Telfofd reentered Mercy hospital Sunday and had surgery the following Saturday, Mrs. Richard Kinseth, Mrs. 3d Nessen and Mrs, - Albert Thorsen were Tuesday Visitors at Donald Usher's. Lu Verne Pern Bigings The Henry Heftl's, Jr. had a card party Sunday evening Winners were the Henry Het ti's, high; Harding Hansens, se cond and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Jr,, 9-bids.. Mrs. Carl Hanselman had the Progressive club Monday. A potluck dinner was served with the husbands as guests. Mrs. Roland Walline had the program. Myrtle Hewitt, home economist of Humboldt county, gave the lesson on taxes, estates and wills. The Neighbor Card party met Sunday at John Pergande's. Receiving high was Mrs. Milton Wilhelm; low, Mrs. Kenneth Green, and for men, high to Gene Casey and low Kenneth Green. Mrs. Marion Casey received travel. Allen Blake was called to Los Angeles, Calif, where his mother, Mrs. Oral Blake, is critically ill. The Oral Blakes were spen ding the winter months in California. Peter Reding, Aigona, is in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. He is the father of Mrs. James Stahl. prtee md Mrt. Al Lentftt otid high and Mrs. Robert Algoe low. Mrs. Hazel Sanders and Miss Altman were guest*, Three eauptes went te ft* home of Mr and Mrs. Bill Wilson Sunday evening to help them celebrate their wedding anniversary which is the 29th of February. Cards were the evenings entertainment and lunch was brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Htitir, Barbara and Linda of Spencer and Mrs. Heiter's mother, Mrs. Wilcox of Emmetsburg spent Sunday in the home of his mother, Mrs. Lela Heiter, and celebrated Mr. Heiter's (Donald) birthday. He was enroute from Texas to Wisconsin with a truck load of vegetables. Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker and Mr. and Mrs Nick Berte Sr. and sponsors Mr and Mrs. Nick Berte Jr. and wo girls were supper guests Sunday evening in the John berte home at Kanawha. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher »»««»eeee«ee»»»»e»«»»»ee Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey arrived home last Friday evening from Texas where they had gone before Christmas. They visited Chan's brother Allan who is now retired and living at Brownsville where he had a number of fruit trees in his own yard. They also visited Allan's son Jim at San Antonio. He is in Civil Service at Kelley Field and will be remembered as having lived here with the Chan Daileys for some time. Enroute back, the Algonians stopped at Bristow, Okla., to see their sister-in-law, Mrs. Will (Eva) Dailey, and her mother, Mrs. M. C. Dersham, both well remembered by older residents here. Mrs. Dersham, at 93, still lives alone in her own home well looked after by her daughter who is next door - while in wedding cake and serving the cofee. Mrs. Kraft, The Klines and thQ Krafts were overnight guests of the honorees. Jack Williams, a junior at Drake, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams. Lutherans Can Insure Against Mortgage Foreclosure Lutherans rely on special AAL mortgage protection plans. If you should die, AAL life insurance provides the funds to pay off your mortgage. Leave your wife a deed — not a debt. Call this local Lutheran for his professional advice. EDWIN P. RUPD, FIG District Representative Box 284 Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5049 AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS (AAL) Mr. and celebrated Mrs. their James Allen 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Jan. 30, when, their sons Bill and Dick entertained them and the families at dinner that evening at Van's Cafe. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Geering who served as attendants to Bernadine Cavanaugh and James Allen when they were man-led on Feb. 26, 1926, at the Algona Methodist church. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bestenlehner, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Cook and the son's families. The birthday of Mrs. Cook was also celebrated. open house at Vernon Center for the Albert Pahls. Visitors at Harold Carr's during the week were the 0. B. Koons, Lakota, Truman Johnsons, "Zip" Koons, Lawrence Reelings, Armstrong, and the Fred Langermans. The Homer Henriksens, Ringsted, were Sunday visitors with her parents, the Everett Ripperi- trops. The Vernon Cutlers, Trimont, Minn., visited their niece, the Everett Honnetts, Turlock, Calif. Mrs. Honnett is a daughter of the Walter Magnusens, The Cutlers planned to go by Salt Lake City, but because of snow went by way of Las Vegas. The August Robisons visited her brother, Clarence Loose, at the Fairmont hospital last Thursday. He had surgery Wednesday and expected to be hospitalized for a week. The Vern Mortensens, Hutchinson, Minn., August Robi sons, Hollis Beadles and the Ken Johnsons, Fairmont, helped the Clifford Beadles to move to the Ed Bauer farm Saturday. The Jake Koehls, Hancock, Minn., were Friday guests at the James Banwart's. They were en- route home from Peoria, 01. Weekend guests at the Ban- warts were Kathy Koehl, St. Paul, and Sheila Schmidt, Humboldt. Wayne Fehr, West Bend, was also a Sunday guest. Einar Holden, Sanborn, N.D., was .'a Saturday visitor at Lenhard Holden's. Oscar Satern, Jamestown, N.D., was *a Friday caller. The Raymond Wehrspanns and Mrs. Millie Thomas, Ft. Dodge, were Saturday visitors at H. E. Olson's, Webster City. The Ernest Nafkes, Sommers, were' Sunday visitors at Lester Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott VrV 1962 FORD Oalaxle 500, fdoor with V-8 engine, Cruise-a-mMic drive, radio, solid white color with red vinyl interior, EXTRA CLEAN. 1195" TAYLOR MOTOR GO. FORD oV MERCURY SALES A SERVICE SPECIAL MORNING SHOW! SATURDAY AT 10 A.M. ONLY ALGONA PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS ALL SEATS 50c — SPONSORED BY BETA SIGMA PHI THURS. Thru SAT. MARCH 3-5 ALGON Mrs. C. M. Baker was hostess to the Deal and,. Chat Bridge club at her home Friday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Miss Florence Altman received high SAT. MAT. ONLY AT 1:30 Kiddies 35c Wehrspann's. Robert Thacker, Osage, visited at Arthur Petersen's Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Gail Stoddard, Titonka, was a Friday guest of Margaret Holt. The Roy Jacobsons visited his brother, the Walter Jacobsons, Rembrandt, Sunday. The Roy Enocksons were Sunday guests at Laurel Worster's. The Bernard Jacobs, Bradgate, were evening visitors. The Sam Kropfs were Tuesday visitors at Richard Kropfs, Ruthven. The Lester Larsons, Emmetsburg, were Monday visitors at Carroll Olson's. The Earl Osborns, Cylinder visited Wednesday. Margaret Holt visited Mrs. Rosa Zaugg and Mrs. Elizabeth Anliker at West Bend Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mrs. Plus 6 Color Cartoons PLUS SECOND THRILLING; HIT! Nominated for 8 Academy Awards! Best Supporting Actor-Michael Dunn Best Picture Of The Year! Best Actress-Si mono Signoret Best Actor -Oskar Werner Lee Marvin is great! Lee Marvin is brilliant! Lee Marvin is hilarious! Vivien Leigh • Jose Ferrer _ Vivien Leigh — Jose Ferrer SUN. Thru WED. MARCH 6-9 ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 P.M. Louis Jacobson, Hellickson and Usher attended Mrs. Howard Mrs. Donald an extension meeting at the 4-H building at Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons returned home Thursday afternoon, February 24 from Texas where they spent about two and a half months visiting their daughters Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver and family at San Antonio and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dvorak and the new twins at Arlington, Texas. While there, Mr. and Mrs. John Oldvera and Mr. and Mrs. Parsons went to Cocoa Beach, Fla. to spend a week. They had a wonderful vacation but we're glad to be home again. , 3QTH ANNIVERSARY March 30 Thru April IT MINNEAPOLIS ARENA PERFORMANCES: EVES.: Tues.-Wed.- fhurs.-Fri. 8:30 SAT. (April 2 & 9): 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. SAT. (April 16): 1, 5 and 9 p.m. SUN. (April 3 & 17): 2 and 6 p.m. SUN. 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