Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 20
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 31, 1966
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I-AIOONA (frnra) ADVANCI THUMDAV, MARCH J1,1M4 17 - ----- f^,--;•---- -;.; ... ..- ,....._ --•__.!..-J..-.-_.... - -•... - ' -•••' ------- -— ------ .--.4> i i i i 1111 -Ml I M HIM »I Ml i M M H M M M HI t > H M I Around Algona ftyONIlTA DIDRIKSEN Phont 29S4MS 4»l 111111111111111 •+444 Mri. L«Roy Peterson came from Humboldt Sunday and tdok her mother, Mrs. Clint Lighter home with her to remain for a couple of weeks during which she will also visit her granddaughters. Algoniant who watched the IV presentation of America's Junior Miss on Saturday evening were interested to see Anne Collins, of Hawaii win the personality award voted by the other 49 contestants at Mobile, and she also was named first runner-up in the contest. Anne i« 17 and a daughter of Du Wayne Collins who once taught Band at Algona High and is now a professor at the University of Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. arrived home a week ago from their annual Florida vacation at Pompano Beach. They arrived at Waterloo before the height of our blizzard and remained there until Thursday. The last winter monthly meeting of. The Drifters, a north Iowa Camping Club, was held Saturday evening at the Willard Thompson home north of Lone Rock. Since no electricity was yet available there, each of the eight families in attendance took lanterns with them. The Club is planning to make their first Camp-out of the Spring at the Algona.Fair Grounds during the annual Sports Show, April 15-16-17, if weather permits. Mr. and Mrs. John Foley, Watertown, S.D V spent the weekend at the D. H. Halls and when they went back they took Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. Minnie Houck, back to her home at Gettysburg, S.D. She had been here since December. Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney recently spent a week in Minneapolis with her children. Her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig with two of their children, John and Jane, drove here for her and she also visited .her son James and his family and another daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Weir and family, who brought her home. While in the city Mrs. Mahoney attended the seventh annual St. Patricks Day Party Which she greatly enjoyed with its Irish Band, Irish dances and Irish jokes. spending three weeks at home. He has graduated from Para' chute school and from Radio Communications school receiving his training at Fort Benning, Ga., and Kessler AFB in Mississippi. Jim is in Special F'orces and wears the Air f'orce Blue beret. He went from here Sunday by bus to Omaha where he joined Mike Baker, son of the Jas. Bakers, Algona, and the boys drove together to Cali- lornia where they were to report at Travis A.F. base for assignment. Mr. and Mr*. Gtorgi Yeoman left this morning lor Denver, Colo., where they will attend the wedding on Saturday oi Connie Yeoman to Wayne Gish. The ceremony will take place in Whatley Chapel of Colorado; Woman's College. The bride is the second daughter of the Meryl Yeomans and is a granddaughter of George. The local Yeomans plan to be away a week. Leona Smith,. Mrs. Glenn $«• ger, Mrs. Glenn. Graham and Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf drove to Sibley Sunday morning. They attended morning church service there, had dinner served in the dining room and in the afternoon were present for'the annual district meeting of Wesleyan Service Guild of which Mrs. Graham is local president. There was an election and installation of officers. Mrs. Ssger remains secretary of Missionary Education and Miss Smith secretary of Christian Social Relations. Mrs. George Wolf is member at large for the district. Mrs. Lewis Marshall has bean at Lutheran, Hospital, Fort Dodge since a week, ago Tuesday. Two of her sisters, Mrs. Ruth Heller, Buckingham, 111., and Semi-truck jacknifes Otrjr JKnft home to cdebrttr the birthday of Teri Kraft, who WM MM yc*r old. Mi*, Dunlavy THIS SEMI-TRUCK jacknifed on the Burt cutoff on highway 169 west of Burt Friday. The machine was partly across the Northwestern railroad tracks with both sections facing the same direction. Exclusive Advance Photo by Glenn Graham. Algonian, was, for the third consecutive years, one of the judges at that contest. The Dean Taylors, Warren Nelsons, and William Daus, Jr., drove to Des Moines Sunday for the annual meeting of Iowa Automobile Dealers held at Hotel Fort Des Moines. They returned home. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benscho- tsr arrived home a week ago following the, storm. They'd had a ten day vacation trip on which they .visited• Lincoln's New Salem near Springfield, 111.; tramped through Mammoth Cave in relatives and did some sight seeing at Chattanooga, Tenn., whara they attended a service at Bible Memorial Church. They then drove south to Mussel in honor of their birthdays, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and .family and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jorgensen and Barbara, Algona. Shower for Bode girl held Saturday night V Bode — Mrs, Larry Dunlavy, the former Barbara Tompkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Ver| noh Tompkins, was honored, at a Post-nuptial shower Saturday Olaf Lutheran church parlors. Mrs. Dunlavy introduced her program and gave several readings, Mrs. Norman Holland read some advice to the bride and other remarks, and Mary Lou Olson and Carlene Hanson sang "A Fellow Needs a Girl". Hostesses were Mrs. Leona Pflibseny Mrs. Marlin Pflibsen, Mrs. Garmen Pflibsen, Mrs. Don Pflibsen, Mrs. Vernon Pflibsen, Mrs. Devere Newton, Mrs.. Norman Holland, Mrs. Don Aure, Mrs. Art Zeman, Mrs. Herliev Nielson 1 ; Mrs. Ronald Olson, Mrs. Erling Malmln, Mrs. Ted Brodale and Mrs: Olvin Haug. Out of town guests were from Rochester, Fort Dodge, Newton, Mitchellville, and other towns in the Bode area. . .' : Mfefcittted her birthday, which was March 24. Mr, and Mfs, Seval Holden •coomtwnied Mr. and Mrs. Metier of Plover, to Page, N.D, Friday where they attended funeral services for Mr, Nick Holden, a brother of Seval Holden and Mrs. Metier. Mr. Holden was a former resident of the Bode- Ottosen area where he farmed Until 1935. I Diana Holden returned recently from a six month tour in European countries. She spent several days at the home of her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Seval Hoi den and. has now returned to Colorado Springs where she is employed. Eldred Holden who Is studying electronics in Min neapolis, was also a weekend ; visitor at the parental Seval i Holden home to see his sister, Diana. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Braga and son Greg of Des Moines visited at the home of Mrs. Braga's mother, Mrs. JUdy Hoover, over the weekend. Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Hoover's home also included her father, Morgan Hagan who celebrated his 79th birthday with his grandson Greg, who celebrated his first birthday. Mrs. .Florence Hammer and David of Ft. Dodge visited Sunday at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herliev Nielson. Mrs. Selma Nelson, Mr. Morgan Hagen, Mrs. Judy Hoover and Mrs.' Herliev Nielson were dinner guests Monday at the home of Mrs. Nelson's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Him- rods in Humboldt. Mr. -Mrf-MMrlfcUM.) <$$* and Mr. Wiiggtf ,wt« v dM«*f guett* * jthnifitail NWlott home in Humboldt. Mrs. fierthi Pttet** is i* covering •atteftetftrtiy from surgery at F). Dodge Lutheran hospital Friday. Mrs. Colleett Anderson of Wichita, Kim, daughter of Mrs. Pedersoti came by plane and spent the weekend with her Mother, and at the home of her lister, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Hanson. Melody Hanson, daughter of n«f Hi!** > Cedar Fall*, at her home. Mtt. Ddft ft«her, of Gftettin- ger, daughter of Mrs!. AXel Enger to recovering satisfactorily from surgery March 18 tit Methodist Hospital, Rochester, Minn, > Mr*. Ixsroy EngeT went to Rochester Friday to be with her tfsier-in-iaw for days. Mr. Ertger, Joan several . . Janet and Jeff motored to Rochester Suhdilyv and Mrs. Enger returned with them. Mrs. Fisher's ad- lueiuuy naiisvii, uougiiv^i w» c« TT««. v..~.... .— ••• -- .......i Mr. and Mrs. Royal Hanson id 1 dress is Methodist hospital, spending Spring vacation from 1 robm 422. Guests at the Vernon Tompkins home over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dun- mother-in-law, Mrs. Howard iavy of Mitchellville MrV and Shoails, Miss., and came home | Dunlavy of. Mitchellville, and Mrs. Larry Dunlavy of Nswtoh, u u _. , . , ' t ? rou ^ Missouri .where they her mother Mrs. Vernon Tomp- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mayhew and > ' • -.' A family dinner was held Sunday evening at the Don Nelson home honoring the birthday of Mrs. Nelson's brother, Elmer Lindhart, Humboldt, Others presents were Elmer's wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lindhart, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Morse, all of Humboldt. Mrs. Mart McCall has sold her horns to the Roy J. Kennes who farm south of Whittemore but will remain in Algona till May 1. She plans to take some of her household goods to Omaha Where her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Griffith, have just completed building a new home at 5339 Bay Meadow Road in which they have included an apartment for Mrs. McCall. Mrs. Griffith is coming Sunday to spend a week with her mother and will come back later to take her to Omaha. _ —_ funeral on Monday of their grandmother, Mrs. Lillian Dixon, also visited Mrs. Marshall at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Riter drove to Des Moines Thursday for the Spring State meeting of Republican Women and Mrs. Riter, state Membership chairman, attended an executive meeting that evening. She was joined on Friday by Mrs. R. M. Thoreson, Mrs. Marc Moore, Mrs. M. H. Hohsbruch and Mrs. John Schutter for the noon luncheon at Kirkwood Hotel at which national president Mrs. Dotty Elston was guest speaker. Mrs. Riter presented membership awards and our Sixth district won the highly prized traveling elephant for highest membership. Mrs. Moore was among county membsrship chairmen who were recognized, Mrs. Sohutter, Sixth District chairman, gave the welcome at the evening banquet where Iowa's Sen. Jack Miller was featured speaker. On Saturday five Algona young people: Eleana Febles, Sherri Baker, Peg Schutter, Bob Nichols, and Vince Esser attended Young America Day sponsored by the Iowa Council. Don Hemphill, Milford, representing Sixth District in the Young America Speaks contest, won 3rd place. Tom Hutchison, an Mrs. R. W. McCullough spent most of last week at Ida Grove with her mother, Mrs, Jessie Mi- ohaelson, who was hospitalized there. After dismissal from the hospital, Mrs. Michaelson spent a few days with her sisters, then returned on Sunday to her home at Gushing. Lone Rock is without |ower for 97 hours Lone Rock — After 97 hours without electricity, water or telephone service our community has become aware of how handicapped we are. People had to get together in homes where there was heat and a place to cook. Telephone service is still out but will be restored as soon as possible. Mrs. Maude Blanchard spent from Friday till Sunday at the diet Alme home, Ottosen, to get away from the cold house after the electricity went off. Many from here attended the wedding Sunday, March 27 of Georgia Marlow to John Bollin- gcr at Burt at the Lutheran church. The Lsg'.on Ham Party will be held Saturday evening at the Legion Hall April 2. Coffee and sandwiches will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig entertained their two daughters and families at a Sunday dinner and Mrs. Sophia Engstrorn. Mrs. Don Aui-e had charge 1 ^ of ;• the Ft. Dodge. Sunday afternoon this group were guests at the Jim, «on of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons, left Sunday after THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced EmbaJmers and Funeral Directors , ^M. m ^^ RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE "•"•"I 4Bi MM* Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 889-2796 — FENTON RINOSTED PHONES: IW-1006 - PW-1001 - 894-1970 BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND I FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE . . . The Charles Russell Orchestra featuring JIMMY NOONAN. Vocalht (Playing good standard dance tempos) Saturday, April 2 ALGONA 2 BIG EXCITING FEATURES! THURS. Thru SAT. ';*••••-*' i " _'.; • . " " MARCH 31 • APRIL 2 The most incredible sight DANA ANDREWS 1HS :. CV ENOFIELD-STANlEY BAKER PRODUCTION «nuuuwnncnMc SUNDAY Thru WEDNESDAY, April 3 • 6 . ^.^t^•>^*X';|^^;^H•^^^, l . v . • , '- •" "Home of Good Entertainment" On Hwy. H9 Next to Johnny's Steak H HUMBOLDT, IOWA Don't fink. Gome Mrs. Randall Fisher of Red Oak vifited several days last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nora Quill. Mr. and Mrs. .Darrell Johnson, Mr. and-'Mrs. Dick Matheson of Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Matheson •; of, Armstrong attended the Sports Show in Des Moines Sunday. Miss, Gloria/ Hanson .and Mr. Tony Ringger of Minneapolis spent Saturday, and. Sunday at the Art yHanson home. 'Sunday - MAY WE SU8BEST - You have your lunch with us. Choose from a complete luncheon menu. WE Wm BE OPEN SATURDAY, APRIL 2nd FOR4-HDAt FROM 8A.M. COFFEE SHOP Algona, Iowa my movie! -Daisy Clover Nataue WOOD CHRiStjOPHeP piummep IN A PAKULA MULLIGAN PRODUCTION' oaisai ciover • PLUS • tHUIH GORDON COLOR CARTOON HOT ITTIACW SATURDAY • SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY ALGONA YOUVE HEARD ABOUT IT ON TV HI/.-. SEE AND ENJOY IT IN ITS /ENTIRETY ON OUR BIG- SCREEN! ifM/JV-t: . i" x>fc the B>u>tJuyt6 G * K. GORDON MURRAY ANOTHER WONDERFUL FANTASY ' straw ipun into goM! tht mad littb nan of magic! tho wedding of tho king to daughter! iif ™ >W - --. >->^i <.,„ - •,„•••» - » - • v ^;, >x -<£v.4ii Enchanting Makt Itlitvo Fran § Crcat Fairy Tab Classic i •* •> .- rjA^BwS&aiSsW" *• * % 4 COLORSCOPC FOR THIS ATTRACTION ALL SEATS 50c

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