Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1966
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THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 — AL6ONA, IOWA Complete pledge THE KOSSUTH Medical Association and the Jaycees made the final payment on their $1500 pledge to Ollie Nasby, manager of the Good'Samaritan Home. Making the presentation are, from left to right, Frank King, president of the Jaycees, Mr. Nasby, and Walt Turchin, treasurer of the Jaycees. In 1963 there was masi' immunization of the Sabin oral polio vaccine. Receipts from contributions at that time made up the money given the Society. Dr. Rooney was president of the Kossuth Medical, Assn. at that time. The supplies were ordered and administered by the doctors. The Jaycees aided in the immunization program by registering persons who availed themselves of the vaccine. he elementary music program n Fenton April 1. The program s under the director, of Leroy Sras. A free will offering will be taken this year instead of selling admission tickets as in aast years. ATTEND WEDDING Several friends, neighbors and relatives from the Fenton area attended the wedding o Kenneth Kerber and Marlys Thompson at Estherville Friday Kenneth is the son of the Lyn don Kerbers, rural Fenton They plan to live in Phoenix where he is stationed with the air force. TO MUSIC CONTEST Fifty-five students from the Sentral high school will com pate in the soloist and ensem bles contest in Arnolds Par Saturday. They will represen 14 vocal solos, 14 vocal ensem bles, 7 instrumental solos am 22 instrumental ensembles. Bob Hep* and f utfttf'V tar in "I'll Tatca Swttfcn «ftft- fl« Sunday at tht ra, • Rock, Sunday morning. She weighed 6 Ibs., 12 oz. The Kraus** nave two other girls, Julie and Joanie. The Fenton Town and Coutir try Women's club met last well at Marie Hantelman's with ane Voigt co-hostess. Mr. Han- elman showed films of Nigeria tid Susan's work over there. Members of the club will Visit the Kossuth County home April Tuttdty Weld cottars with Bob Hop*, Frankia Avalan, Din* Merrill «nd Jeremy Slate in "I'll Tike Sweden/' eemedy with music opening in Technicolor Sunday at the Algona Theatre, through Unitsd Artists release. © GIVE BAND PROGRAM The Sentral Band soloists and ensembles gave a program at 7:30 p.m. Monday evening in the Sentral School gymnasium. Record crowd for Ottosen market sale Ottosen — Perfect weather Thursday helped to bring the largest crowd ever to attend the Ottosen Market Day sale. Six auctioneers cried the sale and there were three sale rings. The sale began at 10:30 and continued until 6 p.m. More items were sold this year than ever before. ,There were several antique hand corn planters, an old hand potato planter, a player, piano an old phonograph, lamps, dishes, furniture, a very large assortment of machinery; and items of every description. Four women sat at a kitchen table (which was to be sold) in the Commercial club building playing cards as they waited for the 'auctioneers to sell the items in which they were interested All area towns were represen ted, as far away as Cowrie Goldfield, Manson, etc. Each year a family from Corydon attends and there were also people from Fairmont. ons also visited her grandmoth- ;r, Mrs. Marie Christiansen, and Hilda Nielsen, at Rolfe. Sentral Music Mothers plan Jr.-Sr. banquet Mrs. Maude Blanchard was a Sunday guest at Don Blanchard's as were Mrs. Wendell Steven and children. The Lester Johnsons, Algona, visited her sister, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Friday. Mrs. Donald Hainzinger was released on Thursday from, St. Ann hospital where she had been a patient following a car- truck collision. The 500 Birthday club met Fenton — The Sentral Music Mothers met last week and made finishing plans for serving the Schrock supper Saturday evening. They discussed plans for the junior and senior banquet. Officers, the ways and means committee, and the bo ar.d members will meet March 24 to "discuss the banquet in more detail. Members voted to charge eighth grade students who were dropped from the band because of curriculum changes, only the cleaning fee for uniforms and not the rental fee. They also ordered a rack for hauling choral robes and approved the overhaul of a baritone. Chaperones were named for the solo and ensemble contest to be March 26 at Arnolds Park and the vocal festival to be held at Armstrong March 31. Monday with Guests were Joan Bellinger. Jeanette Dreyer and Anita Theisen. Anita won high prize and low went to Carol Meyer. Tuesday callers at Norman Bollinger's were Mrs. Larry Ra- Bernie Tara mus and Denise, Mrs. Kramer and Brenda, Frink, Mrs. Stan Berkland, Ta nia and Lennis, and Mrs. Jerry Waite and Starla. It was a .birth day party for Kristine Bollin ger. —Friday and Saturday. "Mr. Moses" 7:30 only "The Glory Guys" 9:30 only —Both features showh Saturday matinee starting at. 1:00 —Sunday j '. "I'll Take Sweden". ' 1:30 -3:20-5:15-ThlS-9:20 -Monday thru Wednesday "I'll Take Sweden"; : 7:20 - 9:30 , . ' DIEFFENBACHIA Unusual plants are still making news his month as evidenced by the more than 8 foot dieffenbachia >lant owned by Mrs. Albert Weeks, Hudson. The plant is wo years old and has now reached the ceiling in their living oom and is full of leaves. Lucy Nielsen, dies suddenly L«fi« Rock — Mrs. Detman (Lucy) Nielsen, 63, Sundberg, Minn., formerly of Lone Rock, died suddenly March 18 at Rice hospital in Willmar, Minn. She was born Nov. 22, 1902, in Illinois and came to this area as a young girl with her par onts, the Arnie Bshrends Sr. She was. educated in the Ringsted school. Sept. 2, 1929, she was married to Detman Nielsen in Algona. They lived for three years in Chicago where he was employed i« ft itteet car conductor. They returned to Iowa and 'armed for the next 19 years in the Lone Rock area, then moved to Missouri for two years. In 1954 they moved to Sund- jerg, Minn, where they have lived since. She is survived by her husband and a son, LeRoy, New London, Minn., and a grandchild. There are seven brothers, Arnie, Lone ftotk; Stebott, Km- metsburg; Vtrtlfcftt, Kans., Laverne, ttmtt* Roy, Mason (Sty; Jac, berg; and Byron, ThompW*. Funeral service were at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church with Rev. Albert Bullock officiating with burial in Eastlawn Memorial cemetery in Aigofilu Pallbearers were A. A, Kiiie- ger, Art Priebe, Ralph Bierstedt, Bldon Marlow, Junior Hurlburt and Merwin Marlow. Friday and Saturday MARCH 25-26 ALGONA Visitors at Lester Wehr- spann's last week were the Ernest Habcgars, West Bend, Mrs. Melvin Bratland, Bode, Mrs. Leo Tofteberg, Mrs, Charles Schmidt and the Martin Meyers. The Allan Watnems were Friday visitors at Harry Barkve's Jr., Cylinder. The Gary Schultzes, Cedar Falls, visited the Alfred Schul- tzes from Saturday to Tuesday. The Eldon Ellingsons, West Concord, Minn., were Wednesday visitors at Melvin Ellingson's. Mrs. Eldon Ellingson and SHERIFF GIVES TALK Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst was the speaker at the meeting of the Fenton Community club Monday evening. A dinner was held at the Fenton cafe at 6:30 and the program followed. Sheriff Lindhorst gave an illustrated talk using slides on the subject of forged and bad checks. He also gave interesting sidelights on general duties oi the sheriff's office. The spring Kindergarten round-up for the Sentral schoo system is to be held Thursday March 24, at 7:30 at the high school building. The Norman Bellingers were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bollinger's grandmother, Mrs. . C. Gushing, Fairmont. Two students from Sentral ugh school were awarded num- aer one ratings at the state peech contest at Lake Mills Saturday. They are Mollie Blanhard with a dramatic reading, and Robert Krause with an oratory on Viet Nam. The Paul Voigts, Gerhart iantelman and Rev. and Mrs. Jliss attended the Lutheran Home Finding Society meeting at Fort Dodge last Monday. MUSIC PROGRAM Events in American History will be the general theme foi MODERN TILLAGE at its FINEST! Zion Lutheran, Ruthven, March 24 at 7:30. This is a sound and color film shown at the Protestant Pavilion at the New York World's Fair. They also received an invitation to view the film "A Letter to Nancy" March 28 at the Mallard theater, no admission fee. The Richard Underwoods, Jefferson, were weekend guests of the Albert Mitchells and Clarence Underwoods. The Ole Petersons and Albert Mitchells were Sunday guests of the Oscar Hansens, Blue Earth The Morris Mitchells were weekend guests of the Arnold Hellers, Marble Rook.. Mrs. John Geitzenauer wa hospitalized at Estherville last week after a fall. £-rays show ed there were no broken bones The film "The Power of the Resurrection" will be shown next Sunday at St. John's Luth eran church, Fenton. This wil be followed by a home-made ice cream social for the benefit o the scholarship fund. Marcia Theisen, daughter o the Melvin Theisens, had several classmates at a party for her 7th birthday last Tuesday afternoon. The Larry Ramuses, Lone DRIVE Members of ?airville have St. Luke's at been invited to Rock, James Meyers, and -the Stanley Berklands were recent guests of the Virgil Borchardts for Mr. Borchardt's birthday. The Eldon Hantelmans Sandra and Terry Voigt and were Thursday guests of the Larry Buschers, Algona. The Walter Krauses are the grandparents of a girl born to a showing of "The Parable" at the Howard Krauses, Lone BRADY FIELD CULTIVATORS WITH TRUE, ACCURATE 6' OR 9 SPACING! 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Who says a '66 Ford rides quieter than Jean Bauchet's $ 12,000 Facel Vega? Jean Bauchet! Ford's Quiet Man, who recently toured Europe demonstrating the exceptional quality of the '66 Ford to owners ol some ol the world's most expensive cars, here discusses a '66 Ford XL with Monsieur Bauchel outside oi Monsieur Bauchet's Pa/is tioma. ''Such smoothness, such silence," says Jean Bauchet. "Your Ford is quieter, M'sieu. S&L Ford's quiet quality is the result of advanced engineering features like a revolutionary new frame that "tunes out" road vibrations... the strongest body ever on a Ford. But the quiet ride is just one of rna_ny reasons why you're ahead in a Ford all the way. Only Ford in its class offers • Stereo-Sonic Tape Player option that brings you over an hour of uninterrupted music of your choice, on each self-threading, snap-in tape cartridge. • Magic Doorgate for wagons (standard equipment) that opens out like a door and down like a tailgate, depending on whether you are loading kids or cargo. • Silent-Flo Ventilation (on 4-door hardtops) that brings in fresh air and gets rid of smoke and stale air with the windows closed. • Even Ford's keys are special—they're double-edged so they fit in locks either side up. Visit your Ford Dealer and test-drive a '66 from Ford. See how many ways Ford can put you ahead in '66. You're ahead in a FORD all the way! MU: w • UL»U • ifeu* • IIXLUU. . r;.v • ;n.\:.iwj TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 320 EAST STATE STREET

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