Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 8
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2-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MASCH 17, 1966 £ifciL 11* ; '• 59th wedding at Portland Portland -- A group of relatives c^me Thursday, evening to help; Mr, and Mrs. Tony Jandl celebrate their 5.9th wedding anniversary.. Mrs. piers, brought in a beautifully decorated wedding cake. The .group also brought in a beautiful bouquet of,cut flowers. Those attending the celebration were Mr. and Mrs, Jack Trunkhill and Scott, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill, sons Tony and David, Charles and Tom Trunkhill, all of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Curtis and daughters Donna and Terry of Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers, Duane and Gerald, Patty and Bonnie of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Hanford Brock, Woden and Mrs. Bertha Bilsborough, Algona. Mrs. David Weston, the former , Delores Trunkhill (a granddaughter) cal led and to wish them well. Mr. and Mrs. Mehrtet Trunkhill who are visiting there, at the Weston home in Winriebago,. 111., also talked to Mrs. Jandl. Mr. and Mrs. George Sengbusch and boys of Milaca,, Minn., sent two dozen red roses. Mrs. Bill Ross of Crystal Lake visited in the Tony Jandl home Thursday afternoon, bringing a beautiful wedding cake, for the Jahdl's 59th wed ding anniversary. Sean Canary ** James. B6rtM in "Thutttfcfball" opens Thursday Mr a midnight show and contMbes Friday fbf 6r)e Wetk. Mrs. Bertha Bilsborough of Algona returned; home Monday after spending the weekend in the Tony Jandl ;Home. Mrs. Bilsborough and Mrs. Jandl are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms and family attended the 40th wedr ding anniversary ^celebration in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms, last Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran church in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. James Harms and family of Fort Dodge and Mr.,and Mrs. Gary Davis and little son of Algona were Sunday evening supper guests in'the Jesse Harms home. They came up for the operi. house celebration for the John K. Harms.. . "A visit with God". I stopped, at the ChUrch to visit today, As I bowed my, head, I could hear Him say I'm glad that you came, I 'hope you will stay For your wants, ^and your needs are just prayers away". "Most of.the stumbling blocks people complain about are under their own hats". . y, as James Bond, relaxes after another brush with death jn "ThunderbalL" opening Thursday at the Algoria Theatre, through United Artists release, the reason he doesn't seem to be in a hurry for rescue by the Navy is beautiful Claudine Auger; who is all at sea with him in this Technicolor and Panavisio'h adventure./ . • • Mr. arid .Mrs, Raymond Creighton and baby spent last week at Preston visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and Scott, Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Truiikhill ari'd family, Cathy and Charles and Tommy Trunkhill, also Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Curtis dropped in a week ago Sunday evening at the Tony Jandl home, bringing home made ice cream, as an extra treat. Miss Mary Jandl and Matt Szerensce of West Bend were visitors one day last week in the Jandl home. v Mr. and Mrs. Jimrtiie Gifford and family of Bancroft were Monday, evening visitors .in thte P. W. .Marlow home. Mr., and Mrs. Billy Gifford and family were Thursday evening visitors. —Triuriday only "Arctic Safari" 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. —Thursday Midnight Show "Thunderball" at 11:15 p.m. —Fri. - Mon. - Tues. '• Wed. & Thurs. ,' ; "Thunderball" 6:00 a"nd 8:30 p.m. —Saturday and Sunday "Thunderball" Continuous from 12:'tiO ndon Good manners are, made up of small sacrifices, : '.' EXPERT POINTING AT THE ADVANCE THE BIG ONE I IS HERE ' ALGONA THURSDAY, MARCH 17 - ST. PATRICK'S MDNIGHT SHOW AT n-.is i, And Showing Friday For One Week f' ' Sat. and Sun. Continuous From 12:00 Noon ..' '*"' ,. Week Days At 6:00 and 8:30 P.M. Paul Kampens parents of son at Ottosen Ottosen — Mr. Wd Mrs. Kamperi are the parents of a son, Joel Dee; weighing five pounds, thirteen ounces, born March 7, at Mercy hospital. Grahdparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hart ,of HUmboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Karhpen. He is the third son of the family. Miss .Julia Severtson and her sister, Mrs. Iriger PoWell of Beloit, Wis. attended their sister's fiineral Feb. 2i at Sturgis, S.D. mt COMES THE BIGGEST BOND Of ALL! ADMISSION $1.25 — CHILDREN 5Qc ANYTIME SATURDAY MATINEE Sl.OQ UNTIL 6:00 P.M. Passes excluded for this show. She was Mrs. Herman Satre, 7?. They traveled later to Rapid City in the snowstorm, but arrived sdfcly at their destination. Thursday tHfey were dihtief guests of their cousins, Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen. Enrputie to Ibwa they were app^llfed it'lHfr sight ttf Very large numbers of cattle, piled up along fences, that had suffocated in the storm. Mrs. Ed Nesseri of West feend was a Tuesday afternoon caller at the t)bnald Usher home. bbmbihed Leriteh services were held Thursday night, with the Pocaliohtas and Irvihgtbh churches. Rev. Lee Corey of Po- cahpntas, Rev. Hindman of Lti Verne and Mr. Keith Strayer all spoke. The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Essie Cooper. Mrs. Roy Telford was co-hostess. All but two mehibers answered roll call to "MehiOfy Gents of Long Ago". Miss Myrtle Hewitt, Humboldt, county Home economist, give the lesson on business, making wills, the importance of signatures on legal papers, etc. Daughter of couple is married Bed* — Mr. arid Mrs, Verflbh Tompkins, Bode, ahrtPtjhce the marriage of theft daughter Barbara. DeS Mbines and HY Lziriy Duriiavy, alsb of Des Moidfcs. The ceremPhy took plAck Saiiir- day, Feb. 26, in the chapel of Trinity Lutheran church in Des Moines. The. Rev. Paul Stephart officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. Duhlavy is the son of Mr. arid Mrs. Howard punlavy of Mitchell ville. Bill Colyn, friend of the groom was best man. The immediate families and close Mends of the bride and groom attended the wedding. A reception was held at Noah's Ark in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Dunlavy are at home in Newton. The bride, a graduate of, the Twin River high schttbl in Bode f ,ahd th<J Iowa Mfethpdist Hospital Sxrhbol of Nursirig had been employed at IMH but wilt noW wPrk ih thfe Newton, hospital. Mr. Dunlavy is employed at the Newton Maytag .Cbmplny, NEW DAUGHTER Mr. iitid MrS. Oavid Opheihl, Ft. dodge, are parents of a daughter borh March S at Lti-- therah hospital Mrs. Ophelhi was vocal hitisic teacher ih twiti River^ Schools last yea 1 *. Mr. and Mrs. Art Christiansen and Mrs. Martha Christiansott visited at the Harry Yblfc hPHte in Arnolds Park Sunday. Mrs. Sophia ErigStrottl, 3lO 4th 1ST. of Humbbldt, moved Wednesday into the .Hew hohie recently for her Pttfe, block South of main street in Bode. . Mr. and Mrs. Vertib'H Tottip- kins Visited last Week at the home ^f their daughter Barbara; Mr. and Mrs. Larry DUrilavy, who recently hioved ,tb Newtoh from DeiS Moiries. The Tompkins spent the weekend with their daughter Ginny in Mirthe- apoiis and another dau|htet, Naftcy, Mr. and Mrs* Bill Mayhew ift Rpehestefi . M'rt' ttenfy Attdefibh ftM Mrs. Ed Pederson and daughter Joni Lee of Ft. Dodge visited relatives in Bode Monday. Mrs. Dial Olson accompanied them to Bode but returned to Port Dodge with them, where she is staying while her husband is a patient at Lutheran hospital. Mr. Olson is recovering satisfactorily from rfecelit siirgeryy Mrs. Nora t Sorlein accompanied her daughters, Mrs. Harriet Lyons and Mrs. Nadine Brazier of Clarion to Bode , Monday. Mrs. Sorlein, former Bode resi- detit, Visited at the hohie of Synneva Dale and with other frie- Hds. Mr. ana Mrs. Merle Opheim of Iriwa City are parents of a daughter bdrh last week in Iowa City. She Has beeri named Bc- riita Linn. Mr. attd Mrs. Floyd Palmer of Bode are the mater- hal grandparents Mrs. Palttier spent last week ih Iowa City with her daughter. Miss Edna christiansoh is a medical patient at Ft. Dodge Lutheran hospital. v 1961 St.tlftrt Wagoh, 4-doef with 6- eyllrSd«r «ngint, Stahdkrd TriHi., radio, iolld r»d IIHtih with rtd and whitt rHttthlng intiHer. thrdm. lu^«g« rack, Wr the eeonomy-mihdad family. $ TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD A MERCURY SALES A SERVICE Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touth in MINNEAPOLIS 19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heating }' Restaurant 1 Room service Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool Conveniently located to shops and airport BOILEVARD CONGRESS MOTEL 5637LyndaleAvt.,So. Minneapolis, Minnesota Phone 612 TA 5-4488 On U. S. Hwys. S5 & 35W. 3 miles North Int. 494 ire only two words we can use to express our feelings. to the people of Algona and the surrounding area.... to the donors ' ' • V and contributors to our new home --and to the co-operative contractors who helped with the construction It is with deep and sincere appreciation that we express our thanks to all of those who helped in any way wtih the solid- tatidn, construction and finished product of the new GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER in Algona. Your help, thought fulness and moral support was invaluable and essential in the realization of this fine addition to the Algona community, And thanks to the miiiiy people who visited us Sunday at our Dedication and Open House, Your kind words of praise were most appreciated. GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER - Mr, wi Mn. Olli* Nitky, Co4taMtlratort

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