Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 21, 1966
Page:
Page 16
Start Free Trial
Cancel

(lt*aj ADVANCi THUtlPAY, AMU. 21, 1HI 11 H H 11 11II H M I H m Ml I 111 Hi HI M m M I M I f Around Algona ty ONIITA DIDRIKSIN Phone WS-2405 ill hi I M t1 mini in t < 11 M M m H i m n 11 H n n MH. W. C. Taylor entertained her Thimble afternoon. Club on Monday MM. C; ft. LaBtrr* was die* missed Sunday from St. Ann Hospital where she had been a patient since the previous Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Wolcott arrived home; Thursday afternoon from St. Petersburg, Fla., where they'd had an apartment since late November. Bnroute back, they stopped to spend Easter at Baltimore with the son Larry's family and again at Davenport where they visited overnight with,the Frank Woods family, Mrs. Wblcott's son. Hervey Steven became ill while at church Sunday morn ing and was taken to St. Ann where he remained for a couple of days. Mrs. IMI Wolf* drove to Ft, Dodge Saturday to call on Mrs. G. M. Squires at Lutheran Hos pital from which she hoped oon to be released. Mrs. Squi res is the widow of a former Titonka minister and while on a visit to a daughter at Rockwell City had a fall which resulted in back and knee in- uries which sent her to the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zeigler and little Laura Ann came from Minneapolis Friday and remain ed till Sunday with his parents the Earl Zeiglers, and attende< the Sports Show. Mrs. Chas. W. Patterson came a!2'x8'waHof SfLF-AOHfSIVt PLASTIC costs only $10.46! home Sunday Heights where from Chicago she had again been with the family of her son Wendell who remains a patien ait a Chicago Hospital following a massive stroke on March 14 He is slowly improving and i is hoped that he may go home in a couple of weeks and con tinue therapy as an outpatien at a rehabilitation center. Mr*. Harry Ward was dismis sed Monday from St. Ann wher she had been a patient for on week. In a fall at her home some ribs were broken and pie urisy and pneumonia followed. Mr*. French to Iowa City fti* day morning and she had surety that afternoon for MI intestinal obstruction, * si* hour peraticfl, from which she•'«•*• ted well and they came home Saturday. Russell left Tuesday o fly back to his work at Phoe- The Prairie City News is car* ying stories titled, Know Your eighbors, and the second story n the series under date of April 14, features Mrs. Fred tutzli, wife Of a teacher and ormer school superintendent there, but better known in Algona as the former Elsie Specht. She is pictured with some of her handwork, parch- nent greeting cards, waste bas- cets, etc., for she has many creative hobbies besides being a wonderful cook. Sharing baked goods with neighbors and fri- »nds is a regular event at her louse and her doughnut recipe, [or which she is widely known is printed. Mrs. Kutzli formerly lived in Algona, is a sister of William Specht and their father Carl, was once Algona's mayor Mr. end Mrs. Gerald Rochleau and the latter's mother, Mrs Odeal EUer, visited from Thurs day to Monday with Sgt. an< Mrs. Robert Batt and daughter Roberta at Fort Leonard Wood On Saturday they attended the graduation ceremony of the Lea dership School of, Basic Combat Training of [which Robert was a member. On Sunday they toured Lake of the Ozarks region. Robert Batt is a drill sergeant working with new recruits at the army base. His wife is a daughter of Mrs. Eller. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Run chey spent the weekend wit his parents, the William Run cheys and all had Sunday din ner with the Wayne Smiths fernley,'who works for 'ihe Sa sbury Co. of Charles City, was ransferred the first of the year rom Indiana to Iowa, but his wife is remaining on the farm n Indiana until they get located in Iowa. Their daughter is " student at Hope College Holland, Mich. This will could cost lip to $144 in . real wood. See whit you save when you use CON-TACT! Looks ind even feels like wood,'thanks to exclusive Carv-Etch embossing. So easy to apply: just peel off backing, press op will.; No nails, no piste, no tools! Self-adhesive plistic is washable and durable. Come choose: 10 wood- grains, many more patterns tnt colors. 18" widi 4I> yard Insist oh < Your Guarantn of Quality 'Algona's Leading Variety Store' "0*4 Yeuriell A Collate Oirl" now ihewlftf at the Algona Theatre SOCIETY Jean O'Brien, Mary Ann Mobley, Chad Everett end Chria Noel are swingers to a watutl number in Metro-Ooldwyn-Mayer'* tune-filled romantic comedy, "Get Yourself a College Girl." Nency Sinatra also start in the lilting color attraction, which features a group of internationally famous musical combos end recording personalities, including The Dave Clark Five, The Animals. Stan Geti and Attrud Gilberto, The Jimmy Smith Trio, and Freddie Bell with Roberta Linn and the Bell Boyt. in Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts of Montevideo, Minn.,.were here for the funeral of Fred Pann- cuk Tuesday of last week, and visited friends during an overnight stay. Seven local women ettended the Spencer District meeting of Woman's Society of Christian Service held Wednesday at Bs- therville. They were Mesdames Don Nelson, N. M. Coughenour, John Hayes, Roy Hutzcll, John Thompson, George Wolf and Webb Fowler. Russell French came from Phoohix last week to see his mother,. Mrs. Howard French who was ill at St. Ann Hospital He and his father accompanied Mary Lou Mewdsley' came from Minneapolis for the weekend with her parents, the Clarence Mawdsleys and was also home for Easter. Miss Mawdsley is dietitian and manager of North Star Cafeteria which located in North Star Center of downtown Minneapolis. The Algona Federated Club met with Mrs. Geo. Wolf on Monday evening with Mrs. Roy Adams assisting. Thirteen girls of Troop 439 Girl Scouts were present in uniform and they gave the History and Growth of the Girl Scout movement, describing some of their completed projects and singing some of their fun songs. They were ac- cbmpanied by their leaders, Mrs. Keith Christie and Mrs. George Harris. Mrs. Inez Wolfe reported on progress at the new Good Samaritan Home and named some —Thursday "Get Yourself A College Girl' 1 7:00 - 10.20. "A Rage To Live at 8:35. iday "Get Yourself A College Girl" 7:00 - 10.20. "A Rage To Live at 8:35. —Saturday "Get Yourself A College Girl'' 7:00 - 10.20. "A Rage To Live at 8:35. —Sunday "Flight of the Phoenix" 2:05-4:25-6:50-9:54 Monday "Flight of the Phoenix" 8:05 —Tuesday "Flight of the Phoenix" 8:05 —Wednesday "Flight of the Phoenix" 8:05 geant, and hopes to enroll in Officers' Training. He was home on a three day leave for his wedding. His bride is a graduate nurse, currently working at University Hospital in Minneapolis. Jim expects to be home on a two weeks, leave next month and his wife will then go with him to lis assignment. M-D CLUt MIITS ; the Creico Mothers and Dau* ghtefs club met list Wednesday at LaVonne Henry's with Janette Buscher assisting. Roll call was an exctiange of flower seeds. There were 20 members and one guest. Mrs. Lawrence Wtnkel, Ids Hackbarth and BernetU Wil din reported on the county meeting at Titonka. Ida Wildln and Leona Sabin gave the lesson. The next meeting Will be at Marie Buscher's. ; DATE SOTH WEDDING Open house for Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn in celebration of their 50th wedding willbe Sun day, April 24, at 520 S. Wowrter street front 2-5 p.m. at the lome of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein. Assisting will be their son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhn, Ankeny. No invite- ions are being sent and they have requested no gifts. SORORITY MIITS Zeta Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met April 11 at Sharon Cowan's. They voted to support cystic fibrosi* for the Beta Sigma Phi state project. June Krull is chairman of the committee to purchase stereo records for the Good Samaritan Home; The Ritual of Jewels will be given at Four from this area will leave (of a tour to Washing April 2*. A bus leaves *t ft a.m. and pick* up a al youth here at 7 a.m. to travel day and night till 6 p.m. the next evening, They will spend April 8P to M*y 3 to Washing- tofUKaW tte m py*j£! area are Jaiwsi torsloU, Suit, Ruth B*ed, Titonka, KAthjeen Halvefson, ArtttStrOftg, attd Mr*- P^ckhim, West fiend. rtvv " ' i. The Catholic Action Guild of St. Cecelia's parish will have a 24, *t 7:30 nm. in; Sti' Cecelia's r * • Arle Pannkuk and his family of Minneapolis, here for the funeral of his father, Fred Pannkuk, on Tuesday, returned the following day to their home On Thursday Mrs. Pannkuk and her son Murl took his wife and children to Minneapolis to catch a plane for their home at Thour sand Oaks, 'Calif., and were luncheon guests at the Arlo Pamikuks. Murl returned to Al gona with his mother but wil this am like. Mrs. Lusby told the story friends here for the funeral on of the things still needed there leave for California later to make that place more home- week. A host of relatives of towels hemmed by blind women of Iowa. It was voted to have a "Coffee" sometime soon in order for the Club to raise money for their pledge to the American Field Service Student Exchange. Date and place will be announced later. Mrs. Eva Wille, who had been patient at St. Ann from Tuesday of last week, was dismissed Monday after undergoing a ser- es of tests. Her nieca and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank >oyle, of Ellsworth, visited her twica at the hospital and. wil frive up again soon to check on ler. Net-O Printing? Call the AOVANCEJ the next meeting April 25 at Jeff Priebe's; : ; DATE OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham of rural Algona will .hold bp<bn, house at their home Sunday, A] ril 24, from 2 - 5 p.m. 'for ~ 25th wedding: Their children are sponsors. All friends and relatives are invited: WINNER — State winner of the D. A- R. Good Citizen A. ward is Erma Johnson. Monte- zurna. Erma is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldoh Johnson and a senior at Montezuma community school. , SUN. THRU WED. APRIL 24-25-25-27 LGONA Our No. 1 Henley Tuesday of last week, came only for the day. Mrs. Kay Edwards of Colorado Springs arrived a week ago » visit her sister, Mrs. Wl' G. McCullough, coming from Newton where she had been with two other sisters since Christmas, and will remain in Algona for several weeks. Tlie most popular shirts of the year, as only our favorite maker can do them. Correctly styled, trimly tailored. In lots of smashing colors. Free and easy cotton knit with built-in stretch. Famous forwashability. Site* 2 to 14 SHEAKLEYS Feshien Center" Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Stanley Muckey and daughter Patty drove to Ankeny Saturday for the wedding at eleven o'clock of the Muckey's grandson, James Pickett to Patricia Ann Uguline, of Ankeny. The ceremiony took place at Lady Immaculate Catholic Church. Jeffrey Pickett served his brother as best man and bridesmaid was Pat Moore. A wedding dinner was served at The Breeze House and a reception was held later at the Uguline home. James, a son of Mr. and Mrs, Russell Pickett, former Algon- ians, spent one year at College in Maryville, Mo,, then enrolled at Drake University for a year and a half before enlisting in the Army. He is now at Fort Leonard Wood, an honor ser- FLEW THEM.. ...IHTO HEII! NOW HE HAD TO GET THEM OUT BUT HOW? JAMESSTEWART THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY APRIL 21-22-23 ALGONA MORE FREE SECOND FEATURE n MESENT9 JOHN O'HARA'S fl RUBE * TOIJIK1 PANAVISION 1 BEIEA?CP THf V UfiP ARTISTS FOR LONGER-LASTING RQLIER SETS ' •KEOUIAR AND' t*TRA HOLDING Reg. 11.5? 99* HARRISON'S 'Algona's Leading Variety Store' SPECIAL CHILDREN'S $HOW SATURDAY AT 1:30 THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC fOUND<JION piesenU UNPEB T.H| AUSPICES QF wwiWi^wBHr COLOR by K tUXi SItRtOPHONICSQUW HOLD H! HEGULAJI TONI'S NO-PERMANENT PERMANENTS . . .with exclusive Hidden Body that hides while it holds. Lets you keep that "no permanent" look. One for soft curly styles... one for amooth, straight-looking styles. TORI UNOURLY TOM REGULAR PERMANENT Reg. $2.25 Reg: $2.00 '1.77 HARRISON'S " "Arena's Leading Variety Store" SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY APRIL 24-25-26 COLONby DE LUXE to Mminl Ndum IM. ProduetiM FIRST RUN SHOWING! WED. THRU SAT APRIL 20-21.22-23 STARLITE DRIVE IN, AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE • Produc.^TOHO CO, Ltd. 9i9«4 A«»fi€»" lnUfiution»l Piclurn SECOND FEATURE — DARE YOU TAKE THE TRIP IHTO THE 25THCENTURY? -*»•», •*%s * '"< *.»" \ UNIVERSE AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE (BJ964 American Internjtionsl Pictures THURSDAY IS... BUCKNITI! fey •• r YOUHCAR AHD /Ui IT5 OCCUPANTS WILL Ut ADMITTED FUH ONE BUCK a aouan ro YOLI^ r "t

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free