Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
Page 20
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H I.I M<M MM > t HIM H M M f M f IfM M Hit t I Attmiid Algona ftyONIITA DIDKlKStN Phen* if $440$ ill it i t M H H H H n t m n i i-n nmu n tin nun Ardlt K vltlted her mother, Mrs. A. E. Kresetisky, lor A few days, then left Friday tti spend Che weekend with her Miht and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen, at Des Moines, From there she went to Austin to Vis* it her sister, Alice, Who is with the Presbyterian Campus Miti< istry at the University of Texas USE ADVANCE WANT ADS WANTED CAR HOSTESSES s . _i WILL BE AT THE DRIVE;INN MONDAY, APRIL 18TH AT 1 P.M. CARRY'S AIW DRIVE INN DANCE FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS The Friday, April 15th The Shy men Saturday, April 16th DANCING STARTS AT 9:00 FM. THE PINE ROOM (HOTEL ALGONA) Sun. Thru Wtd. APRIL 17-20 ALGONA CO-STARRINO (IN L OIDCN) UURENBACALL JAN ma WINTERS AGERSHWIN-KASTNERProduclion E^RIS-ARIHURHIli •nd 0tte wttl liter r«turn te New York City. Afdift hid been in Europe for almost A year and came home sooner tfait planned when she learned of the death of her cousin, Tom Kresensky, on March 13, at Rob- btnsdale, Minn, She flew from Paris to New York and thence to Minneapolis for his funeral which was held at Maiikato on March 16. During her stay lit Europe, Ardls had visited many countries, done some sightseeing, and had studied in several H. F, Frlstedt drove to Iowa City Friday for the Easter weekend with his daughter and husband, Dr. and Mrs.-James Me Leran, and brought' his wife home with him. She had been in Iowa City for a week more. or •-ALOONA (laws) ADVANCI TMUMIOAY, AMIL 14. "The Ohott In The Invisible iiitifti" now if Alfoni Mrs. Alfred Schenck get home a week ago Saturday from a trip west. Accompanied by Mrs. Ed Hough she drove to Des Moines for the state basketball game in which Algona played, then drove to Harlan to spend the night with the Horace Schencks. Then she drove on west and south; saw the George Beiers at Salina, Kans., and the Gary Schencks at Colorado Springs. She traveled alone and was tired when she reached Santa, Fe, where she visited a sister, Mrs. E. E. Pettit, and left her car. She went from there to California, stopped with a niece, Mrs. James Munson, at Covina, and saw nine nieces.and nephews in the Los Angeles area who had a picnic in her honor at which there were 40 relatives present. Enroute back Mrs. Schenck stopped with Maxine Schenck-Sech and her husband Stan at Colorado Springs, and also visited .friends at Bellevue, Neb. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter left Tuesday morning for Missouri. They will visit her brother, Gene Harris, at Springfield and mother, Mrs. Harris, al; Joplin and hope during the week they are away to enjoy the early spring bloom of red bud, dogwood, etc. An Easter potluck dinner was enjoyed at the Lloyd Wellendorf home last Sunday. Guests were: Mrs. Wellendorf's sisters Alice Wilkins and Twila Bartholomew, Algona; another sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford, Minneapolis; their brother, Dolph Miller, and his wife, Grinnell; the Wellendorf daughter, Carmen An- "IT'S A REAL GHOST" — That's what the young start of American International's 'The Ghost In the Invisible Bikini" are fright •ned of in scene from the coriMdy thriller now playing at the Algona Theatre. ^—Thursday "Ghost In the Invisible Bikini" 7:35-9:30. —Friday "Ghost In the Invisible Bikini" 7:35-9:30. —Saturday "Ghost In the Invisible Bikini" 2:05 • 7:35 - 9:30 —Sunday "The Silencers" 1:30 - 3:35-5:45 - 7:50 - 10:00 —Monday Thru Wednesday "The Silencers" 7:27-9:35 iy and Mrs, Clint tighter wtf* Friday evening dinner guests it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob^ ert Bliis in Spencer where the Robert Ellis family of Superior, Wilt, was visiting. Mfs. BUM and Mr, Ellis are niece and nephew of the elder Mrs. Lighter, On Sunday the Dwaine lighters here were hosts at an Easter dinner, with the Ellis family and Mr. and Mrs. Bliss present, also Mr. and Mrs, Clarence iochleau and Mary Lee, Bob lochleau and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Gene RochleaU and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pergande and four children, Ann Lighter and Mrs. Clint Lighter. The Robert Elli- ses left early in the afternoon planning to stop over at Minneapolis enroute back to Superior. Mildred Sehtnek-Harrlngton, Minneapolis, stopped briefly Friday, at her brother Alfred's while enroute to Harlan where she spent Easter with the Horace Schencks, then stopped in again on Monday enroute home. 11 meetings. In dttffB of_iT- WfflieiMftir Will M Mk_LSoflf it dTfcSW Miidf** fiMflteftft, Mrs. Don lUg, MM. Adeline BULOVA For Graduation DIAMOND DRUM Oqulilttly cirved en* p!«CM hold two ihimmerlni dlimondi. 17 jiwili, In yellow or whlti. VOUft CHOICE *WK $3995 derson with Dale and Laurie, Des Moines; their son, Lamont Wellendorf with his wife and children, Cindy and Mike, Algiv. na; also Mrs. Elmer Potter and her house guests: Mrs. Clifford Thomley, California, and Mrs. William Bell, Des Moines. They formerly lived here and were daughters of the Everett. Elys. Mrs. Thornley rode to Minneapolis with the Craw fords Stm- day afternoon and flew back to the West coast from there, Mrs. Anderson and children also drove home in the snow storm that afternoon and the Dolph Millers went in time to pick up their son Dale at the airport where he arrived after an Easter vacation in Chicago. Mrs. Tern Thompson, Des Moines, came Thursday and remained till Sunday with her i ther, Mrs. Albin Spongberg, during the Spring vacation in Des Moines where she teaches Rindergjrten. Mrs. L. C. Hanson went te Mason City Friday evening and remained till Monday with the Maurice Mortenson's, her daughter's family. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Henrichsen, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Garrit De Ward, Titonka, with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca, were Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Bertha Pommer, and all had dinner together at Van's Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Peirce were at Waterloo from Friday to Sunday, spending the Easter holiday with their son George's family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves drove to Des Moines last week so he could have, a check-up at Veterans' Hospital and went from there to Council Bluffs and Omaha where they spent the Easter weekend with their daughter's family, the Dr. Matthiasens, and with the Kenneth Hargreaves'. in Constitution Hall, night stop has been enroute for the two Mrs. Bourne, a past the local D A R, is a delegate from the chapter, and hopes to other things while in tol. She will return the 24th. An over arranged day trip, regent of going as Algona do a few the Capi- home on The Stanley Muckeys with Pat and Jimmy drove to Shakopee Saturday to spend Easter with Mrs. Muckey's parents, the Julius Blinkmans, and came back Sunday afternoon. The death of the Rev. Robert H. Forrester, 91, on March 31 was reported in last Saturday's Des Moines Register. He servec the Algona Methodist church 1923-25 and is well remember ed by older Algonians. The min ister had retired- in 1949 and lived at Boulder, Colo., where he died and was buried at Den ver. He is survived by three sons and two daughters who were small children when thej lived in the Algona parsonage His wife died eleven years ago There are eight grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton went''to- Audubon Friday am are spending this week with th former's sistars, Mrs. . M. M Morrow, and Eleanor Norton who is'there from Ver million S.D. Tlje Q\ryaine C. Lighter fami Mfk Ed McOuif e. The itert Thuk, Regina, s*sk, Canada, and the, latter'* modi' er, Mrs. Nettle Templeton, Sask,, Canada, were visitor* to re with relatives this week. Bat i* t nephew of Mr. and MM. John Thul «nd Mrs. Louise Thul, a son of the late Nick St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner »»ee««ee»«e«««eeeeeee»ee CD of A will meet Wednesday, April 13 in St. Joseph's school hall with Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. Nomination of elective candidates is the main business of the meeting with election, of officers at the May Past Johfi AjjUJ Knights l , ty Grand Knight Bernard were in charge of the supper. CALVII — Multiple births are becoming common ott the Myron Miller farm northeast of KiTon* ' ' > . TBIEATUC x I.COIMA IOWA WwhMfef TbN|h Sahinlai, April 13-16 3 lie KATUMS 1954 Chevrolet 3/4 TON PICKUP Motor overhauled, 4-speed transmission, dual wheels, wide 7x8' comb, grain and stock rack. Perfect farm truck. $ 595 TAYLOR MOTOR 00. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE SECOND BIO HITI Sht> Strifes Fin in a Ntw Kind of Man... BRWDEXTER AMwuiricin HIT NO. 31 TAMMY and the DOCTOR SANDRA DEE ETER FONDA (.ROSJHUIIIiElli "^BBte^, -^ ~ s . * .4 Ve>hIH1^^ I A UH)Vt«$Al flCTWC THURSDAY IS "BUCK NWHT" ' A CARLOAD ADMITTED FOR $1.00 'V,WfPM Rugged as ill outdoors 17 Jewels, self-winding, certified waterproof, shock resistant. DEAN'S • Watches • Gifts • China 'Wolsrprool at long as cpss, crystal on<* crown am Intact. All prlcei plus lax Wednesday Through Saturday ALGONA inures somBttiinc HORRID for Everyone! When a pretty GHOUL trades in her bed sheet for .1 BIKINI 1 mum WCK •HOSTS i» III mulfi r -' ' *w sy » »e» wiwi- ^THfOMOR If ^PANAVISIOW^ bHB teI»aallliMilOLllttN V Lw'M KfiVt Mr, and Mrs. Roger Didriksen and three sons came Satur day for an overnight Easter visit with his parents, the Anton Didriksens, and left for home aarly Sunday afternoon in the snowstorm. Our '66 Ford has one of the world's quietest rides...the strongest Ford body ever...a new-concept frame...and a unique suspension designed to take the thumps out of bumns. I -i . ''"'.''"".'.':''" * (With our family the quiet doesn't mean much. But it^ nice to luiow.the quality'•there.) "*'" . Services were held at Waterloo for Robert Albright, a former Algonian, with a number of local relatives going down for the funeral. Among them were: Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dodds, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dodds, also Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn, Fenton. Mrs. Albright is a sister of Jas. Dodds and the women who attended her husband's last rites. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt took with them three sisters of the deceased, one of whom was Mrs. Eva Mittag. Mr. tnd Mrs. Jerry Anderson and three children drove to Lexington, Neb., on Thursday and returned Monday, spending the Easter weekend with Jerry's brother Roger and family. Mrs. M, Q. Bourne is to Pes Moines this afternoon and early tomorrow will leave there with a group of thirty-four other {owa women who will tra yej by chartered bus to Washr ington, P.C. to attend D A R's Continental Congress which will be in s,ej$4p April 17-22 witli meetings being 4966 LTU JY.FORO The quiet-riding Ford is a roaring success. After driving a '66 XL or LTP by ford, owners of such luxury cays as a band* crafted Jaguar and a $14,000 Mercedes said that Ford was even quieter than their custom-built cars. • And Ford offers ipuch more: Stereo tape player option for the inusic of your choice. • Optional automatic speed control for foot-free cruioing. • Ex- clusive Magic DOOM tit on atation wagor* swmgi out like a, door for people :-. down like a tailgate for hung on. • Safety/Convenience Control, Panel option. ha§ llghta to warayou if f \&\'» low or door's ajajr, See your Ford Dealer lord 66OB You're ahead in a FORD all the wav! MUSIANQ • BROMCO • F*1.CO«I • F»|RlM(g »^^ ^WW^ WW**^ V JORO THUNDtRIIRO TAYLOR MOTOR CO 139 iAST ITATi $T«iDT

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