Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1966
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•-AIQONA (l«wa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, AMU 7, If* IIIMlllllllMMmimiMMHI Around Algona Phone 29S460S fryONlETA DIDRIKSEN 41 > I H 111 IM I M I I I M I I I I I H IM I I M I I M M H H I IIH Mri, J. N. Ktnefiek enter* ttined her Bridge Club of eight members at a one o'clock lunch' eon on Thursday of last Week. Mrs. R. O. daughter, Mrs. Biuttrom, her Frank, Moulton, with Susan and Phyllis drove to Manchester a week ago Sunday where they spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Simmons. Then enroute home on Monday they stopped long enough at Mt. Vernon to tour the Cornell College campus. A Stork Shower honoring Mrs. Jay Davis was held Sunday afternoon at the parental Charles Davis home on East Grove. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel got home Sunday evening from Houston, Tex., stopping enroute to stay overnight at Dallas Where they visited Duane's 'brother Don. Mrs. Dewel had gone earlier by train to Houston and Du ane left a week ago Friday to see his daughter's family and bring her home. Judge and Mr*. 0. W, Stillman plan, to drive to LaCrosse, Wis. this weekend to spend Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones and three sons, their daughter Martia's family. Tht Cecil Biuttrom* and Quentin Bjustroms arrived home from an extended stay in Florida just in time to greet the big snow of March 23. With II power, tut oil from their homes, they lived in the campers in which they had traveled over Motida so were mofe fortunate than some of their neighbors. Mrt. Stephen KtMffek with daughters Katy and Stephanie are coming today from West Des Moines to remain through Easter with Dr. and Mrs. Jonn N. Kenefick. Mrt. Anton* Johnton got home Saturday. She had first visited relatives at .Cedar Rapids, then Went to Oakland, Calif., Where she made her usual win ter visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hartman, came back to Boone and speni a tew days there, then her sister-in-law and niece brought her home alter a three months absence. Merle and Arlo Pannkuk came Saturday to visit their parents, the fted Pannkuks. Merle lad flown from California to Minneapolis where Arlo lives and they drove from there together. Mn. Lyl« Math** received word of the birth of a son oh March 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mathes at Green Bay, Wis. Hhe weighed 5 Ibs. and 5 oz. and has been named Mark Lyle. He weighed 5 Ibs. and 5 oz. ard and the first grandson of Mrs. Mathes to bear the Mathes name. Richard is with the Wisconsin Public Service at Green Bay. • „ ;''..,' '•';' '•" "''. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson, W.It O.,n.y «*«*„*. f>«tth" opening Thuriday at The Alfena Oithliunil« and "WlmM. The UK HUM,-. Okli.;. MUW Mrs. Anna Hoard, Mft. Floyd Moofe, Fullerton, S.D.; with Mr, and MM. Juliu* Maadie, Bttfke, S.D., and MM. Win. M«hu>e'i *i*W, Mr*, frank Thompson, of t)odge Center, Forest City, came eral of Mrs. Joe for the fim- Lichter on then PLANT NEW GENERATION PIONEER. HYBRIDS i . . BRAND', '. ' .._'•,••. ; Of course, you want TOP YIELDS and PROFITS from your corn acreage. Pioneer New Generation Hybrids "teamed* up" with today's modern corn cultural practices will do it. A good selection of adapted varieties is available right now. We'll gladly help you select the ones that will do best for you. Tuesday of last week, spent the afternoon with Mrs. Marie Ogren. Mrs; Larson is a sister of Wm. Specht. Jay Finnell, enroute home from Tinker Air Force base at Oklahoma City, stopped a week ago Monday for. an overnight visit with his . aunt, Mrs. Carl Pearson' He' is ,on three weeks leaye which he is spending with is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan innell, at Brainerd: Jay has ieen in the .Air- Force for some .me and had a four year as- ignment in Germany. His broker Pete is in the Navy, pre- sently stationed on a'ship Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. Bill Bartlett, Mary Thomten and Linda Parsons came Friday evening from Morningside College and are enjoying a ten day Spring vacation. Barbara Bart- iett is arriving today from Storm Lake to spend the Easter weekend at home. Mrs. Chas. Patterson who was called to Chicago Heights because of the illness of her son, Wendall, came home a. week ago Tuesday when she learned of the critical illness of her sister, Mrs. Hugh Raney. She remained for the funeral of Mrs. Raney yesterday and planned to leave today to return to Chicago where her son remains in serious condition, though he is reported to be somewhat improved. Mrs. Inez Wojfe arrived home Thursday evening. She had been with relatives at Savonburg, Kans., during the month ol March and enroute home stopped two nights in Des Moines at the Don West home to visit them and Mrs. A. D. Lehman —Thursday "Winnie The Pooh" 7:00-9:10 "The Ugly Dachshund" 7:35 - 9:45 —Friday "Winnie The Pooh" 3:15-7:00-9:10 "The Ugly Dachshund" 3:50-7:35-9:45 —Saturday and Sunday "Winnie The Pooh" 12:15 - 2:25 - 4:35 - 6:45-8:50 , "The Ugly Dachshund" 12:50 - 3:00 - 5:05 - 7:15 • 9:25 — Monday < "Winnie The Pooh" 1:30-7:00-9:10 "The Ugly Dachshund" 2:05-7:35-9:45 —Tuesday : "Winnie Tha Pooh" 7:00-9:10 "The Ugly Dachshund" 7:35-9:45 no frost to injure .< They always bring back with them and [ht pineapple and some neloni. MM. Kuhn is always fr erected in the Wild flowers of trut region Mid they itoMgdi to PIONEER. • •AND SEED CORN See or Call Your Local Pioneer Salesman. R. I. MAWDSLEY — ALGONA AARON STEUSSY -~ ALGONA TED HOOVER, Sr. .,_ r^A L SSft HENRY SCHROEDER LONE ROCK EUGENE KOLLASCH (Jiggs) BODE WALTER VAUDT WHITTEMORE EVERETT ACKERSON — WESLE V ' ftflif littred Tridtmarkt of NMttr HI-Brid Corn Co, I960 •v Monterey 4-door, Mercomatic, radio, Power Steering and Brakes, solid blue color, spotless, nice family car. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD A MERCURY SALES A SERVICE >ones in the lower ;rown together and Orville Duncan entered Mary reeley Hospital at Ames on uesday of last week and the ollowing morning had surgery one on his left arm which was rushed in the auto accident of .ug. 25, from which he has een slowly recovering. The two arm had had to be eparated surgically. He was dismissed Sunday afternoon and :ame home with his wife-who lad remained for the week with him at Ames. Mrs. Katharine Krause re- urned a week ago Saturday rom California. She and a sis er who accompanied her, Mrs; of Milwaukee, apartment at Monrovia for five months. Mrs. Strnad went home immediately after arrival here. <aida Strnad, had shared an A group of local Eastern Stars drove to Woodbine Saturday and back late that night They went for:Friendship Night at the Woodbine chapter a which Mrs. Claude Ruark's sis ter, Carrie Edgerton, was initia ted into the order. Mrs. Ruark who is worthy patron, and Ev erett Steven, worthy patron, o the Algona chapter, served as guest officers in the East for the initiatory service. Mrs. Ruark's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stearns, were re-affiliated in the Order at the session. Other Algonians present were Claude Ruark, Mrs. Fred Shilts, Mrs. Steven, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sams. Mrs. Adrian Sterling and daughter Helen drove to Webster. City Saturday afternoon for he 'funeral oi Mrs. Sterling's >rbther, Jim bateman, 77, held at the Baptist Church. Mr. Bate^ man, a retired building con- ractor, is survived by his widow, two daughters, and a son. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton took their twin daughters, Lyn- rie and Leslie to Omaha on Thursday evening and from there they flew on Friday morning to Fort Defiance, Ariz., to visit their older sister Siri and tier husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartsfield, both of whom teach on 'an Navajo Indian reservation about 4U miles from where the plane landed. The girls will be away till April 11, plan to see the Grand Canyon, and ev- The body WM taken to Albuquerque, home of the deeeued, where mother funeral WM held on Tuesday. The Jtffiet Me Gilire* and Ray Kuhns left fol lowing the service here and John McGUire with some of his nephews from the St. Joe area flew down for the service there. The sisters who had come from South Dakota remained here at the McGuire home till Monday. Mr. ami Mrs. tern Mtdln toft Thursday for Moorhead, Minn, where tney will spend a couple of weeks at the home of their son Kenneth before going on to their home on Woman Lake near Hackensack, Minn. They had spent the winter with Al gona and Whittemore relatives Accepted into the local Math odist church on Sunday morning by transfer of letter from otner churches were: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Salisbury, from Clinton; Mrs. Florence Hayden, Ware; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Handel and son Randy, who came from West Union; Mrs. Marilyn Kuester, West Virginia, all of whom are, now living here. • The^ R»Vv ; N;" M: v Coughenour conducted a special Baptismal service Sunday afternoon at which the following received the rite of baptism: Mrs. Shirley Downing and her children Teri 'June; Michael Troy* and Melody Dianne. Others were David Victor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund; Michelle Dawn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jaques; Jeffery Donald, son of the Donald D. Jor- gensons; Jeanne Man and Don aid Ray, children; of Mrs. Dale Kent; Daniel Lewis, son of Mrs pick ft dagger bloom ptlm, from the a flower Texas which Weighs three to four fhf Kuhits left home §o wetc away almost nths. ..f.rt , AT THE ADVANC1 INJOY AN iVlNINOO* PUN AND HARMONY AT THE 7B. AMOAL PARADE SHOW AT ALflONA H. 8. AUDITORIUM 8:00 P.M., SATURDAY, APRIL 16 ONE WEEK AFTER EASTER FEATURING Marilyn Kuester; son of Mr. and Daniel Lee Mrs. Gerald Webb; and Lisa Ann, daughter of Mr. wick, and Mrs. Willis Wood Mr. and Mr*. Gordon Kuhn arrived home Monday afternoon from Port Isabel, Tex., stopping at Ankeny on Friday to remain at their son Bob's for the weekend. 'They report an exceptionally wet and cool winter in south Texas although there was Mid States & Astro- QUARTETS WITH KOSSUTH CHORUS AND OTHERS Get tickets now from any BarbershopDers or reserved seats at Rusk Drug in Algona. MID STATES FOUR ARE CONSIDERED AS THE TOP COMEDY QUARTET IN AMERICA STARTS TODAY! THURSDAY, APRIL 7th . NOW THROUGH TUESDAY, APRIL 12th ALGONA as a happy honeymoon goes to the dogs! Dodge Polara SOD If you think a convertible has tg be small and stuffy to be sporty and spirited. Dodge has a happy size-surprise for you. Polara 500. This beauty was made to match the excitement of anything on the road, and with all the extras you like. Like Polara 500's roomy, all-vinyl interior and soft bucket seats that raise eyebrows every time you lower the top. Like Polara 500's standout styling that draws sightseers every- where. Like Polara 500 's standard 383 cu. in. V8 kicking up a storm while you ride in the sunshine. Like the man said—you don't have to go small to go sporty. Go big. Go Polara 500. The Podge Rebellion wants you. JOIN THE DODGE REBELLION 9990| DIVISION CHRYSLER QOHPOHATIO* erything else they can cro\yd into the time allotted them; all of this a graduation gift to the twins from the Hartstields, A daughter born on Saturday, April 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Farrow, has been named Sheri. She is the third daughter for the Farrows and her sisers are Mrs. Steve Canady, Burt, who is staying at home for a few days, and Janice, a teenager. Here for the funeral on Sat' urday of William McGuire, 73, who died while on a visit at Dodge Center, Minn., were his widow, their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kuhn all of Albuquerque, N. Mex., the son James T, McGuire anc iiiiiiiiuiuuiuuiuiiuiuiiiiiiHiy HI—HO For Confirmation CARAVELLE «lvl«len of lutova from $10.95 DEANS • Watches • Chin* • Gifts TECHNICOLOR' Dean JONES • Suzanne PLESHETTE • Charlie RUGGLES Sct««npl«yby Co-producer ' •'••'•' Direclid by ' ' ALBERT ALEV • WINSTON HIBLER • NORMAN TQKAR Rlitiud by BUENA VISTA Dillnbulion Co.. Inc. .'61965 Wait D.jney PiodiKlion* Just as you know them,.. Pooh and his.'/rres/stib/e.friends Walt Disney Winnieth* Percival Motors. 800 South Phillips St, ALGONA rWAICH "TWE BOB HOfJ C«BY5tE8 THEATBE". WEPHIESP4Y »« ||C-Ty. pHEC| YOUR LOCAL LISTINGS.- Gentlemen and Ladies The FISHING TIME HAS ARRIVED, Be ready — gat that catting reel CLEANED AND REPAIRED. It'* possible you will need a new line. If in need of NEW 1966 FISHING TACKLE, we have many rods, reels and lures in fteck to choose from — all yoyr needs, nite crawler food and buckets. ; GIT YOUR MINNESOTA NONRESIDENT FISHING LICENSE HERE -ALSO 1966 IOWA LICENSES TOO - . . DiWDRQfMNAT • • • BECKER Sporting Goods OF HALL A lo«n« OUTDOO FUN FAMILY! FRIDAY, APRIL Mb TkrN|b TUESDAY, APRIL 12lh HIT NO. 1 HIT NO, 1 ~f &NOMONO Adults |1.0Q £HII,DJ1|N UNQER 12 FREE

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