Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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(fowi) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1966 Many attend Appreciaton Day at Livermore Livermore — There was a large attendance at the "Appreciation Day" held by the Farmers Coop, elevator Wednesday, March 2 at the Legion Hall. Coffee and doughnuts were served during the forenoon and afternoon and 340 people attended the fish and chicken dinner at noon which was prepared and served by members of the Legion. Guest speakers were Richard Conners, who spoke on chemicals and Earl Surratt of the C.C.A. who spoke on fertilizers and also showed slides of the recent trip to Florida. Those winning merchandise prizes were Jerry Wolf, Mrs. Alfred Zellar, Mrs. W. H. Kohlhaas, Danny Insko, Ed Ander son, Alfred Zellar, Mrs. Rose Nelson, Mrs. Emil Welter and Mrs. Don Kiley. Vern Fiderlick is manager of the elevator. Uf»W WOMEN MEET Mrs. Harvey Morey was hostess to thfe United Presbyterian Women at her farm home Wednesday afternoon with 10 members answering roll call. Plans were discussed to hold a bake sale at the Old Timer's Cafe Saturday afternoon, March 26. Mrs. Jessamine Miller gave the devotions and Rev. Hindman gave the lesson. Lunch was served by the hostess. LUTHERAN AID The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the Fellowship hall in the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Karl Boessler and Mrs. Fred Hints as hostesses. Mrs. Raymond Graaf was in charge of the business meeting and Pastor Stock gave the religious thought. Mrs. Harold HoUck gave the lesson which was on esians. Lunch was served. QUITS BUSINESS Dick Schultz has given up the trucking business which he has had for many years and is now employed at the Farmers Co-op, elevator starting March 1. Mr. and Mrt. Bill Erpelding, who recently moved to Oelwein and son Roger of Vinton were overnight guests on Friday in HICKORY DICKORY DOCK LOWEST LONG DISTANCE RATES are in effect every night from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. and all day on Sunday. You can call anywhere in the U.S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00* or less. Enjoy a telephone visit at the lowest rates in history—it's the next best thing to being there! *Only $1.50 or less from 6 to 8 p.m. daily ; and all day on Saturday;. Three-mirrute I •tation rate. Plus'tax. ,," . ' Northwestern Bell the Ted Wagner home, fhelfi son Tommy and daughter Cindy remained at the Joel Reding home at LuVeme to finish out the school year in the LuVerne school. Mr. and MM. John Olton loft Monday afternoon for a month's vacation trip to California Where they will visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. bill Smith and live children at Padficia and Mr. Olson's sister md family and two sisters of Mrs. Olson, also other relatives enroute. Tho three children of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach and their families held a family dinner Sunday at the Marvin Lamb home in honor of their mother's birthday which was Feb. 29. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gronbach and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gronbach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gronbach and family of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lamb and family. Don Clerk it the new ••let- man for the Stark line of Truit trees, shrubs and supplies in this area and will be glad to order any stock for you. Mrs. George Lenerti was hostess to the Contract Bridge club at the home of her daughter, the Ted Wagner home on Saturday. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Nick Bormann received high prize, Mrs. Bob, Wonderly second high and Mrs. Jessamine Miller the -travel prize. Mrs. -Wonderly was a guest, i:; Tom McKenna has returned home after spending the past three weeks in the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge where: he had minor surgery and was a medical patient. Mrs. Walton DeWitt is assisting in his care as he is a bed patient but progressing satisfactorily. • Mrs. Ernie Logue and Mrs. Dick Schultz spent a couple of days last week at the Floyd Nickle home in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach spent last week in Rochester, Minn, where Mr. Gronbach went through the clinic. They spent the weekend at their home returning to Rochester on Monday. The Neighborhood Card Club met at the Allan Foth home Wednesday afternoon. The hostess served a 2 o'clock dessert luncheon and at cards Mrs. Harold Roethler won high prize, Mrs. Bill Wilson low and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad travel. Mrs. Raymond Graaf was a guest. Ralph Myers, who has been a patient at Iowa City for several months, is now able to stay FoiMootid liar o< Thai Darn Oaf term ip ovorywhort Myron May : .;__; !_ 206 High fMm Strl*« American Legion 246? Sawyer's __—._ 2443 Artderselt Motors : 2421 High Ttam Game Sawyer's : „_ 925 Andersen Motors 850 American Legion ^ ;__ 848 25th wedding surprise party at tone Rock Pet*. 24, 7 MxS. i 02. They have bens. WATCH THAT CAT — Haylcy Mills finds a clus to a kidnap, ping en a watch around tho nock of D C., feline star of Walt Dit- ney't suspente-comedy, "That Darn Cat." The Technicolor feature it bated on the bett-telling novel, "Undercover Cat.' —Thuri.-Fri.-Mon.-Tuet. Wed. "That Darn Cat" 7.10-9:25 —Saturday and Sunday "That Darn Cat" 12:15 - 2:30 - 4:40 - 6:55 - 9:10 at his home, going back every 30 days for a check-up. Lawrence Murray of Ft. Dodge and Anna Murray went to Ayshire Thursday on business. Ted Wagner and his brother Orvil'le of St. Joe went to Watertown, So. Dakota on Friday to attend the funeral services of their cousin, Ray Roby on Saturday. They returned home Saturday. The Twentieth Century club met at the home of Mrs. Jessamine Miller Tuesday afternoon. Due to the absence of the president, Mrs. John Olson, Mrs. Miller conducted the business meeting. The religious thought was given by the hostess and the music was "Spring Song". Election of officers was held with-the following being elected: Mrs, Karl Baessler, president; Miss Margaret Devine, vice; Mrs. Hazel Sanders, secretary and Mrs. Jessamine Miller, treasurer. Mrs. Hazel Sanders gave the lesson "New Farm Recreation Areas" and lunch was served by the hostess. p lone Rock — The Dale Sclv roeders entertained at a surprise party for the Clair Bollin- gers for their 25th wedding. Present were the Jr. Hurlburts, Merwin Hurlburts, Neva Thompson, the Erwin Wetzels, Sylvester Braces, Henry Schroe- ders, Marilyn Bellingers and Owen Berhow. High prize for men was won by Henry Schroeder, low to Clair Bollinger, high for women Mrs. Clair Bollinger, low to Mrs. Sylvester Brace, and travel to Mrs. Erwin Wet zel. They presented the Bollin- gers with a silver serving tray. ATTEND FUNERAL Several from Burt and Lone Rock attended the funeral Saturday of Mrs. Lillian Coombes Schrader, 58, at Clear Lake Burial,was in the Clear Lake cemetery. She taught school here many years ago. ATTEND SHOWER Many from here attended the shower Friday for Georgia Marlow in St. John's Lutheran church at Burt. She will be married March 27 to John Bollinger at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. another boy and one girl The Alfred Schultzes, Ottosen, and Gary Schultzes, Cedar Falls, were callers at Mrs. Maude Blanchard's Sunday. The Craig Blahchards, Minner apolis, were Weekend visitors at the parental Don filanchards. Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, visited this weekend with her grandparents, the Fredrick Schultoes. The Henry Schroeders visited the S. M. Orvicks, Thursday at Ledyafd. The Woodrow Pettits were Sunday guests at H. A. Blanchard's. The George Longs, Bettendorf, spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Ruth Krueger and daughter, the Jerry Wib- The Henry Schroeders spent the weekend at Siouk City with their son, the Laverne Schroe- ders. ON CHOIR TOUR March 4, Carol Mae, daughter of Pastor and Mrs. 0. J. C. Geri* ke, left on a goodwill choir tour of Southwestern States. The St. John's Academy Choir of Win* field, Kans., where she is a student, will appear in Kansas, Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. The choir is utilizing the quarter break for the tour. A short side trip is planned by the choir into Old Mexico. The choir will give 13 concerts in 10 days, returning to Winfield March 14. Firmer JifON honor Calvin Tschettef, sort of Mrs. Jos. Tschetter and the late Jos. Tschetter here, was awarded third in the state for the annual jaycee distinguished service * ward, He dperates a grocery store at Eagle Grove. The awifd is based on contribution to com* mtinity Welfare and leadership ability. A Jefferson derttist, Dr. E. E. ilouk was first; Don Gabel, Ottumwa, at the federal aviation agency, was second. Tschetter was named outstanding Jaycee of Wright county. There were over 100 nominations for awards given at a recent state-wide banquet held at Nevada. David J. Cotton, who was. here with his grandparents the Willis Cottons, for a week returned to his parents, the John Cottons, Spencer, Sunday. The A. A. Kruegers spent the weekend with her sister, the Ronald Christensons, Belgrade, Minn. Lester Bullock, Storm Lake, spent the weekend with his parents the Rev. Albert Bullocks.: Mrs. August Will and .Mrs. Jess Speraw, Winnebago, Minn., visited Mrs. Amanda Pettit Sunday. The Willis Cottons have ; returned after two months in Florida. The John Cottons, Spencer, have a boy Daniel Taylor, born Thin. Thra WedMsfay, March 10-16 ALGONA SATURDAY AND SUNDAY CONTINUOUS FROM 12:00 NOON They're all tangled up with a .Siamese secret agent V. "^ll wait Disneys most hilarious comedy ...and wherever he turns up it's A RIOT OF FUNI THAT DARN CAT Star,ing.HAYlEY DOROTHY .'RODDY NEVILLE' Co-liming EISA and ED PLUS COLOR CARTOON — ADMISSION $1.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE — 50c Technicolor' STARTS THURSDAYi MARCH^17;.^- ST^ PATRICK'S MIDNITE SHOW! SEAN CONNERY in ' THUNDERBALl TOP SIX BOWLING W L Pioneer 59 45 Pete's Garage __.__,_ 59 45 K.C. 59 45 Smith Lumber 53 51'• Vote's Place 48 56 Livermore Lanes ___ 36 68 High Team Series Pete's Garage 2476 Smith Lumbar 2422 Pioneer 2402 High Team Game Smith Lumber 858 Pete's Garage 840 Pioneer 836 High Individual Game Virgil Smith 214 Al Sinclair— 209 Leo Bormann 205 High Individual Series Virgil Smith 577 Leo. Bormann 557 D. Becker 538 DOMINO LEAGUE W L K.6, Hardware 71 33 Sawyer's 67 37 American Legion __ 67 37 Dick's 54 46 Andersen Motors __ 50 46 Town Tavern 50 54 Livermore Oil Co. _ 49 55 Livermore-St. Bank _ 47 57 Mike's' Serv. 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