(Jow«) ADVANCE MARCH 10, 19*6 Engaged ^ W«tlty_— Mr. and Mrs.- Leo 5bfetz*announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Elaine Katherine to Glenn Amber, son of Mrs. Marguerite Amber, Des Moines. They will be married Saturday, ApHl 23 in St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley. She is a 1964 graduate of Garrigan high school and Hamilton's Business College, Mason City, and is employed i" Des Moines. He is a graduate of Technical high sch- Ool and is ,an insti-umetrt pilot tefeMciatt; f6f the air gtififd ill Reno, Nev., where they will live. The frwin ftosheihis, Madison, Wis., Spent the March 6 Weekend at the parental H. E. ttem- mingsen's. St. Joseph's GUlld Will meet in the> parish hall March IS. A pot luck luhch will bi served promptly at 6:4E> p.!tt. Circle 2 will furnish the hot meat dish. The Jerome Judges, Boone, spent the weekend at the parental Leo Gioetz'S. ., Teresa Fairell, Algona, Was a Friday night guest of Janet Studer at Gayle Studer's. SPAGHETTI SUPPER ..Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thilges had a spaghetti supper Sunday evening and 500 was played. Theresa Thilges won High and Darlene. Daniels had low. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Hilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daniels, Mir. and MfsV CHUck Day, Mr. and Mrs. Al Schadendor/, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thilges, Marvin and Theresa ThilgesYand Mr. and Mrs. John Daniels of Britt. SCOUTS SELL TICKETS Bancroft Cub Scouts.of pack 91 are selling tickets to the Scout Show at Swea City March 26 f rbrn 7:30 until 9 p.m.; and they will have 1 a display booth at the event, to be held in the Swea City high school gym Patrkl*, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Reilly has accepted a position as sales representative at Colorado Springs, Colo, for the telephone company. She has been employed ih the local office here f of some time. She has a brother-in.-law and sister; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Simpson* who live near Colorado Springs. Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Butch are parents of a son born February 26 at the university hospital, Iowa City. He has been named Gerald Elton and weigh^ ed 8 pounds and 5 ounces. There is another child in the family, a son Robert Alien two and a half years old. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Pratt are the maternal grandparents. Mrs. Milton Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, Dave and Debby of Pella. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt returned Saturday from a two weeks visit in California and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Draper of Fairmont, Minn. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Don Cook and Jack Allen briefly at Upland. Most of the time was spent sight seeing. Mrs. Harold Smith had has a gjuest last week Mondlay her FULL-LENGTH ACTION-PACKED ADVENTURg FILM! err Hnntim IM t^ t MKM most »»tt minilicint K«Mry wr filmed! SEE JjS h tM l^^ Mltt '•«*f «*"t Fishing you drum about., .ami high adventure nimlMfori.plioto(rj»M! Trophy hunt for Moose, Dall Sheep, Black and Grizzly Bears and Caribou. This hunt is made by planes, weasels and horses. Outstanding scenes of the famous Bald Eagle and other northern birds — filling the screen — fox dens and cubs. Witness Eskimo life far out on the ice in search for food, also the rarely seen Eskimo Dance. WATCH THE GREAT HUNT FOR THE BIG POLAR BEAR CLOSE UP SCENES: LOTS OF ACTION! SEE ALL OF THIS AND MUCH MOREI * BEHIND THE HUNTER SCENES * HIGH ADVENTURE * MAGNIFICENT SCENERY * LAUGHS GALORE if RUGGED HUNTING SCENES * EDUCATIONAL — PLUS SEE IT IN ALGONA THURSDAY, MARCH 17 ALGONA THEATRE TIME: 6:30 AND 8:30 P.M. ADMISSION — ADULTS $1.50 6 - 18 Yrs. — 75c CHILDREN Under 6 Yrs. FREE sister, Mrs. Orville Kanawha. Beresford, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson went to Mason City Monday where Mrs. Hobson was to be Pitted with glasses at the clinic. She had cataract surgery a few weeks ago and it met with excellent success. Mrs. Harold Smith had as a and Mrs. Frank Smith had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. llvin Moore and family of Muscatine. They also stopped at Osage to visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oakland were at Forest City Sunday vis- ting .with Mr. and Mrs. Lester p ierson whose son, Bob, was 1th the Oakland's son John in he Peace Corps. John is now n Georgia for a short time in he interests of the Bechtel Reining and Petroleum company f New York City with which ie is associated. Mrs. Frank Ostrum returned Saturday from a two weeks vis- t at Dubuque and Oelwein; At Dubuque she was with her grandsons, Steve and Jerry and wives, and at Oelwein she visi- ed with sisters. Steve is em- )loyed in a furniture store and Jerry with the John Deere company. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley will je visited Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fletcher of Northern Minn., and they will bring with them from LuVerne, Minn:, Mrs. Linda Rathjen and Mrs. A. L. Connell, sisters of Mrs. Laura Hintz, mother of Mrs. Seeley. Mrs. Hintz makes tier home most of the time With the Seeleys. Mrs. Henry Seiler and her daughter Mrs. Martin Bleich had as guests, at a family dinner Sunday Mrs. Bleich's children, Father Bleich of Ossian, Katherine Bleich, R.N., Rochester, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Besch and family of Whittemore. Katherine returned to Rochester Monday. Mrs. Gale Stockwell was visited Sunday at St. Ann hospital by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahn, Mason City. Mrs. Stockwell suffered a heart attack February 15 -but it is expected she will be dismissed this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schoby spent the weekend at Omaha, Neb. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks and family. Mrs. Paul Cash came Tuesday from Des Moines and took Mrs. John Cash with her to Minne- 'apolis, Minn, for a few days. of Mifttteftpolis, wire Minn* al Engaged MR. AND MRS. Glenn Kunert of Thor announce the engagement of their daughter Karen Kay to Dennis E. Zweifel, son of Mrs; Laura Zweifel, LuVerne, and the late Adam F. Zweifel. She is a graduate of Luther college at Decorah, and is teaching in the Madison, Wis., public schools.* He is a graduate of Ames, is affiliated with Acacia fraternity. Since ..completing hi:; active military obligation, he is a computer: programmer with Deere and Co. in Moline, 111. A July 2 wedding is planned. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Ted Abbas Sr., Humboldt, announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy Kayte, to Gregory Arrowood, son of Sally .Arrowood and the late Burton Arrowood, Algona. Miss Abbas attended Waldorf college and is employed at the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Arrowood is in the army and presently stationed at Fort Rucker, Ala,, for aircraft maintenance schooling. No wedding date has been set. Sioux City visiting with Mr. Bomgaars mother, Mrs. H. H. Bomgaars, 92, who Is a resident at Sun Rile Manor Rest Home, Her sight is failing but she is mentally alett, Mr, ami Mr«. Ted Fliher were visited, Sunday by their son Victor and family, CoHdth, Mrs. .Sarah Smith, 5$, who fell a fM weeks ago at Mason City and broke a leg is now in the Rest Home near the clinic at Mason City and after therapy can be discontinued, she will enter a Rest Home closer to Algona, or possibly here. Her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Steinman, went to Mason City Tuesday to spend the day with her and her son, Frank Smith, has been there recently and plans to go again very soon, The doctors stress that she will not be able to keep house again. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan are leaving Friday via plane for a week at Palm Springs where Mr. Linnan will attend the American College of Trial Lawyers. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Strayer and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zentner went to Cedar Falls Sunday to see Jane Geilenfeld who is hospitalized there with a knee injury suffered in an auto accident. She is a granddaughter of the Zentners and a niece of the Strayers. She was dismissed Wednesday but will be on crutches attending classes at Iowa City. % Mike, son of Mr. and Mrs; Craig Smith was home for the weekend and brought with him a friend, John Guntner. Both are students at St. Thomas college, St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stebriti took their daughter, Diane, Mrs. Martin Kirsch to Mason City to entrain for Texas. The Kirschs have been living at Houston, but will now be at Dallas where he was transferred as accountant manager for General Foods. Burt girls have a date night with the Dads Burt — The Junior Girl Scouts and the Brownies had their Dad-Daughter Date Night at Burt school Mf^n^Swith 56 Valentine. The Giddings family moved to Dallas, Texas, the SteVe Kennedy* have rented the **..._-. j ^ •*.-. J . • ,j( ' i tM . - i Jti . L residence f the Moore house moving there Sat urday. He is employed at Ken's Auto Service in Algona. , . SCHOOL IS DATID Eastern Star Will Have tt» school of instruction in the hall March 12 with luncheon . for guests and officers at 11 a.m. and school following. There will be an initiation in the eve ning program. Bernies Market at Burt had its grand opening last week, Free baskets of groceries were won by Russell Serdahl, LeRoy Davis, Nancy Kissner, Etirl " er, Adella Ulses, Marion Westling, Gladys Hawcott, Dorothy Bernau, Floyd Sill, Wayne Mann, Clarence Doubek, Janici Trunkhill and Mertie Huber. Other prizes were won by Maxine Angus, Phyllis Wiener and Ralph Johnston. The Perry St. Johns, Minneapolis, visited Friday and Saturday at the parental Stanley Black's in Burt and the Jud St. John's in Algona. The Jim Fredricksons, Rockwell, were weekend guests at Ed Fredrickson's. The Girl Scout Drive for funds sponsored by the Woman's club is not complete, with $77.50 having been collected: Those who have been missed may contact Ruth Patterson or Virginia Fries or any niember of Woman's club. Mrs. Viola McDonald spent the weekend in Sioux City. Her daughter Frances was soloist in a concert March 6 by the Morh- ingside College Oratorio choir and brass ensemble. Frances is a sophomore student at Morningside college majoring in music. Mariners club met March 6 at Burt Presbyterian church with eleven couples present. Devotions were by Larry and Palma Holding, and the program by Duane and Marjorie Mawdsley. The surprise number by Leonard and Marlene Stenzel was charades of TV programs for the members to guess. Hosts were Jterdld and lid terfiafd and Jeart Gifford. Clarence Sdirader, Hobbs, New Mex. ( »taent several days with relatives here and attend* ed the Lillian Schrader funeral Saturday it Clear Lake, He is dean and A psychology teacher at Texas Technological college. Donald Patterson went tb Billings, Mont., 6n business. , Nettie Fischer returned Tueft- day front St. Ann hospital whe- ref Ihe was a patient two weeks after a fall in her hortie which Too LiU To Clauiff »«•»««•«»»»•»»••»»»»»•»»« FOR SALE — One used oak of, fice desk, $25/Read's Furniture 10w20 heclt ' kram** and Mrs, Theeia Christen^n teft Tuesday on a trip to Missouri gttd Oklahoma. They Will Visit ttoerg Krantz at Fort Leonard Wood, Linda KraAta, ttudewiat Kansas City unlvefsity, and ft* ty Chrlstensen in TulM, OkU, tfte fitehard Lavtenw* spint Sunday iti Lake Mills at Gilbert Mrt,,lAren2 and Mrs. MEN OR WOMEN PORT DODGE DIVISION office of large corporation has immediate openings in this com- inunity for one lull-time person and two or three part-time employees who could, work weekends and/or evenings. Write P. 0. Box 446, Hampton, Iowa •— 50441. OPPORTUNITY v ; For Men or Women Earning Less than $1,000 Per Month! YOU Should tie investigating auto Sccidents .and other loss claims for insurance adjusting firnis. Expenses paid and (iar, furnished. We train you at home 'in your spare time and give free placement .service; you.. Keep your present job until. ready> to switch. Pick your Ideation; full or .part; time, .people' needed almost everywhere; For personal Interview in this area to .see. if you can qualify for this specialized training write at once to: North American Claims Training Division, 3435 East Bayaud Ave.; Denver, Colorado 80209. 20* BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Dick Norton Is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Vincent Bernardo entertained her bridge dub Wednesday evening. DATE CARD PARTY The Lone Rock Legion 'Auxiliary is sponsoring a.500 card par-, ty at the Legion hall March 10, 8 p.m;, with prizes and lunch. The public is invited. RUGS UPHOLSTERY/WALLS Cleaned the Von Scharder Way. No fuss,, no muss, no odor, cleaned the Van Schrader dry foam way. Rugs can .be used the same day. Phone for free estimate today. Ben Bruhns, 3221. Richard Jergeris, 4561, West Bend, Iowa. 20tfn Galaxie 5M, 4-door with V-8 engine; Cruise-a-matic drive, radio, solid white-color with red vinyl interior; EXTRA CLEAN. 00 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD A MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, former Algonans who moved to Waterloo to take over management of a motel there, have purchased the Dale Cole house on south Harlan street and plan to spend the weekends here. The Coles have moved to Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Atherton spent the weekend at Carpenters ville, 111., a suburb of Chicago, with their son Jeff and family. Mrs. Joe Lichter is hospitalized at Iowa City for medical treatment. Guests of Mr, and Mrs. William T. Becker Sunday were their son William Jr. and family of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bon* gaars had as guests last week Thursday Mr. and Mrs. James Sparkle" in never-crack, never-chip, carefree shining Corfam*. 'Ccifam i: 0' Ponl'i feg/jferej trademark lor il: ms.-.-::.L;L- p:r;^cr,c uppi-r a.a:triol AAAA to C'c All Sizes — All Widths All Lengths — All Color* present. Each girl prepared a box lunch and each box was decorated in a Scout, St. Patrick's or similar design. A song fest was led by Cynthia Cranston and Barbara Batt. The Flag ceremony was conducted by Cynthia Patterson, Carol Sill, Jolyn Scheer and Kim Troutman. Linda Hall was invested as a Brownie and Charlene Curtis as a Junior Girl Scout. Carol Sill and Jolyn Scheer received the Sign of the arrow. All 22 Junior Girl Scouts will receive the Toyma- ker Badge. The Brownies entertained with their rhythm band and the Junior-Girl Scouts had 3 skits.' The girls and dads enjoyed folk dancing. A friendship circle was formed and all sang taps. AID MAKES PLANS Aid met March 3 at St. John's Lutheran church, Devotions were by Elizabeth Radig and Eunice Meyer. Pastor Scheer had the topic. Plans were made for the Mission Fair at Whitte*more and Garner in June. The Aid will purchase a coffee win. March 18, members and families will observe the silver anniversary of the Wilfred Radigs with Group I in charge. Hostesses were Dorothy McFarland, Lilly Bleich and Mary Lou Marlow. DIES AT 104 Services were held at West Bend March 8 at the Presbyterian church for Mrs. Mary Stagman, 104, who died Saturday at her home in West Bend. She and her husband had a hardware store in Burt from 1906 to 1908. They moved to West Bend in 1908. He died in 1928. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs Goldie Wilson, West Bend, and a son L«e, Quincy, Wash., two grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. ATTEND FUNERAL The Chas. Schraders, Mrs. Brian Zwiefel, Clifford Schrader, Clarence Sehrader, the Stanley Blacks, Louis Franzens, Eugene Wolfs, Dr. M. I. Ljch- ters from Burt, and many from Lone Rock and Titonka attended .the Lillian Sehrader funeral at Clear Lake March 5. SISTER 1$ Df AD The George Pattersons attended the funeral of her sister, Blanche Stensrud, »t Lake Mitts March 1. She had been in. the hospital one week but had aot been well since major sjur- igery in June. HOUSE! ARE CHANCED Clyde Moore bought the Gro- IT'S COLOR, COLOR FULL BLOOM EASTER Juniors Lights and brights, solids and prints ih lovely profusion go and glow for Easter. See colors in full bloom, in our excellent assortment of fashions for pretty parading. $ 18.00 For those who know clothes. Parade- leading fashions.
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