Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 9, 1966
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»M Teacher at Swea City The Swea City School Board received, the resignation of Mrs. Lois Graham of ttingsted, who has been teaching filth grade, at Tuesday night's meeting. The Graham family New Hampton. Positions for will move to ELAINE GOETZ, Wesley, and Glennis Edwin Amber," were married April 23: in St, Joseph Catholic church; y Father, R. W. Phillips {performed the double; ring ceremony. Elaine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Leo Goetz and the.groom is the son of Mrs. Marguerite Amber, San Francisco, Calif. .. . ,, ; ,, , •£•!;]. The bride's attendants /were Kathy Goetz and Grace pelan- der. John Cblemari was best man and Frank Bertucci, groomsman. Ushers were Terry Vitzthum and George Long. Duane and Larry Kunkel were acolytes. Mr. and Mrs: Martin Hamilton were dining room hosts. Norma Goetz had the guest book and Pat Judge and Sylvia Cink opened gifts. Mrs. Betty Arndorfer and Bobbie King cut the cake and Mrs. Erma Uchter poured ALGONA TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY girl married punch. i The bridt is a Garrigan high school graduate i and Hamilton business college in Mason City. The couple i will live in Reno, Nevada, .where he is an instrument pilot technician for the Ne vada Air Guard in Reno. M-D banquet for 200 CD A held Tuesday two teachers, third grade and band instructor remain uniilled. I'ne board met with Mrs. Alvin Jtichardson br., and discus- sea tne not luncn program, liney aiso met witn Larry buika, local manager ot the telephone company, 10 discuss cnanging tne scnool telephone system, line superintendent will move tms summer to an office in tne new part of the building and teiepnone changes will be necessary, 'fne superintendents present oliiee will become a cias&room. . Also discussed were purchases tor tne coming year and the possibility of having a Spanish Services for J. M. Jensen held at Seneca vVfffWv Funeral cervices Mr. and Mrs. H, Miller laooratory, but no uon was taken. detinue ac- 290Algona band members in concert . • . .. . .«# -.- • Four bands of the Algona Community acnools will overflow tne gym floor to give their Annual concert Wednesday nigiu. The program wtucn stares at 7:30 p.m. will begin witn. tne tfeginmng t>and playing .steamroiier, aoutnern Hoses, i'oylana r'araae, '1'unerville iruiiey ana prooaoly their moat coiorful numper, aafari. Tnis oand is made up of 3b 4th, 5tn aim ben graders who started BIG STARS) BIG HITS! BIG * SOUNDS! STARLITE DRIVE IN TONIGHT and TUESDAY. 1 \H HER MOST OtUcoil PfUOHTjj BREAKFAST "TIFFANYS SECOND FEATURE Over 200 mothers and daugh ters attended the banquet May 3 at the ICC. Hall; ' ' Preceding the meal served by the Knights of Columbus were two vocal songs by the McGuire sisters, Janet, Pat, Kathy, Betty and Sue, daughters of &U-S. Don McGuire; They we're accompanied by Madonna Heinen on the guitar and Marsha Hemken on the piano. Mrs. Tillie Ristau, the Grand Regent, - gave the welcome." ' ; V' /;: - ; : ' '•':' • "<' •'•'''." Mrs. Beatrice Miller was the toastmistress; Jean, Joyce and Joann Kunkel sang selections. A mother and daughter tribute was given by Luella Murphy and her daugnter Kathleen. A skit, On What to give my Mother for Mother's Day, was given by Josie Kunkel, the narrator and Joyce Kunkel, Donna Baldwin, Nina Steinman, Francis Dodds, Bonnie Esser, Jean Reynolds, Doris McEvoy and Mary Buscher. Center pieces were won by Mrs. Betty Moritz and Mrs. Mary Schmidt. Jane Graettinger, daughter of Mrs. Dennis Graettinger, won the May basket. Father Bruch gave a special tribute to mothers. GRADUATES AT WINONA Winona — Jo Ellen Milder, daughter of the James F. Mild- ors, Algona, will receive a bach elor of arts degree in sociology at the May' 21 Commencement at the College of Saint Teresa. She is one of 171 seniors who will receive their degrees from the Most Reverend Edward A. Fitzgerald, Bishop of Winona. piaymg tneir instruments' this year. Tne 5th and 6th grade band, consisting or 70 members next on uie program.. '1'ney will piay iviarcn ox tne lamoourines, ijitue bcout, Mexican toiK. Dance, A he L,evee song and Celebra- drove to Council Bluffs Saturday to attend a wedding in which their daughter, Maree, was a bridesmaid. The bride was Maree's roommate at Drake, Phyllis VVaite. Following the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Miller drove to Des Moines for a Drake University concert Sunday afternoon. ,"" Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hershberger had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clark of Clear Lake.. Mrs. Clark is Mrs. Hershberger's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan spent the April 29—May 1 wee- Kend at the Cowan cottage on okoboji. Tney had several weekend guests. bill Bournt, ten of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. bourne, spent the Mother's Day weekend with his parents. Bill is a freshman in medical school at Iowa City. Mr. end Mrs. H. M. Smith had as their guest recently the latter's sister, Miss Mary Streit of Fort Dodge. She drove up with another sister, Mrs. M. K. Fort College in Pella, la., where the girls attended a concert given at the school, Seen at the ALGONA By T. H. C. were .held at the filakjer Luth* eran church, near Seneca, May 4, for J, M, Jensen, 88, who died at the Elim Nursing Home at Princeton, Minn., Monday where he had lived for the pa* three years. Julius Martin Jensen Was Uon. 'i'ne 65 piece Junior High Bana hopes you will enjoy tneir nve niauoers: Gallant Marines, Hansel and Greiel, Rhumba ivumoah, Migmy uik' a Hose aau Tropical i wilignt. The members 01 both morning itiiu atternoon High School lianas (izu strong) combine to play some or cne numoers that uitjy piayea at tne Clear LaKe Ooaffcreuce ttand Festival, Tally no, Andante irom 1'scniakow- bin symphony, tsoiero tor , ureeusieeyes and /.arago- za. Bear Facts By NEIL NURRE -ORDER NOW- June Bearing Strawberry Plants • DUNLAP •CYCLONE • OGALALU Annuals & Vegetable Plants 49c per box Clematis BEAUTIFUL CHRYSANTHEMUMS Duncan's Garden Center North Qf Acreage Motel , Iowa The Garrigan Track Tom totaled up a score of 49 team points in the Bulldog Relays at Algona High Saturday. The Mile Relay Team, consisting of Mark Goe.tz, Tom Plack, Bill Reding and Dick Bleich, won Garrigan's first track trophy by coming in first in that relay. The mile and 880 relay school records were broken at this meet. Dave McCarthy placed first in the high jump to break another school record. Don Potthoff placed second in the shot put and John Studer third in 'the discus. — GHS— Monday, May 2, all Cullen and returned to Dodge several days later with a niece, Miss Betty Streit. " John B. Kelly, Emmotsburg, was a dinner guest of his sister, Mrs. \Y."Vv. Sullivan Tuesday evening. Mr. Kelly was en- route to a bankers meeting at Fort Dodge. Mrs. J. D. Lowe and Mrs. George W. Setrit entertained two tables of bridge at the. Johnson House Friday afternoon. The luncheon feted Mrs. John N. Keneiick who is leaving on a trip to Europe later this month. Mrs. Kenefick was presented with a bon voyage gift. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst returned recently from a two-we-, eks stay at Cada's Resort on Table Hock Lake in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensei^ joined them there for a week. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes drove to Ottumwa Sunday to spend the day with her mother, Mrs. E. L. Kirkpatrick. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bangs wore visited by Mr. Bangs' mother. Mrs. N. S. Bangs, Sr., for a few days last week. The senior Bangs was enroute from Florida to her home in St. Paul. '-' f Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon and Jim spent the weekend at their cottage on Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes recently attended the National School Board Convention iq Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Prentice and children drove to Ruthven Sunday to attend Mass said by Mrs. Prentice's cousin, Father Michael Wempe of Long Beach, Calif. Father Wempe was ordained a week ago in California and flew to Ruthven Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wempe, to celebrate his first Mass in Iowa. The Wempes are former Ruthven residents.' Mr. and Mrs. Vern McClure and children spent the weekend at Thayer, la., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McClure. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood attended a bankers meeting in Clear Lake Wednesday afternoon. Dinner and entertainment followed the meeting which was held at the Surf. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Bradley had as guests over the April 29 —May 1 weekend their daughter Cindy, a freshman at St. Ca- The Chase deserved a better billing than the Thursday, Friday, Saturday spot it got locally. It was really a smooth, well directed film, filled with subtle bigotry, explosive violence and mean provincialism. Perhaps, as Time magazine suggests, it was a bit overacted but the action was fast and furious, with never a dull moment and fine timing of suspense in every; scene, basically, it was a scatning indictment of a small Texas 'town where gun-toting was routine and where, apparently, wife swapping was just as common. Marlon Brando gives an excellent accout of himself as the champion of human rights, a role which he seems compelled to endorse in film alter film. Angle Dickinson, as his sympathetic and understanding wife, is effective in a role that demands little. Janice Rule, a freewheeling, round heeled matron of the swinging set, stands out as the most dominant and unsavory member of the fine cast, which also includes Jane Fonda, Miriam Hopkins, Robert Kedtord and James Fox. Tne Chase, while not strictly current and new, is certainly an outstanding and exciting production. Our Man Flint, scrapes the bottom of the barrel when it comes to downright suggestive ness and sex—a far cry from The Silencers, which also "spoofs" the current James Bond 007 type films but does it with some finesse and humor. j As a- matter of fact, most of the dramatic sequences in Our Man Flint are objects of laughter because of their absurd complications. When I first saw the lecture in the jam-packed Orpheum theatre in Minneapolis, the audience seemed convulsed with belly laughs, not "with" the .action but "at" the action. However, viewed in the right light, Our Man Flint is a thoroughly entertaining picture, due to the various gadgets and inventive microphones concealed in unusual places, and it is pure satire, with liberal doses of humor. After all, U.N.C.L.E., born Jan. 1, 1878 at Seneca. His parents were Peter W. and Ma* ria (Jacobson) Jensen. He lived his early life in this area and for a time operated a farm in Seneca Township. March 20, 1901 he and Sena Christensen were married. He owned and operated a grocery store in Ringsted from 1911 until his retirement ten years ago. Since the death of his wife in January, 1959, he has made his home with the Wendell Jensens at Princeton and with his granddaughter, the Paul Lemkes, Algona. He was a member of the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ring- ted. Survivors include one son, Wendell, of Princeton, Minn., one sister, Mrs. P. H. Jensen, Fenton; three grandchildren, Mrs. Paul Lemke, Algona, Mrs. Leroy Stevens, St. Cloud, Minn.; and Paul Jensen, Princeton; and mitd ftigttt* ftelfAim total WM in the Bl«kj« Uthmn church cemetery. Coining from 4 diatom* were the Wendell Jensen*, Princeton, Minn.; MM. Leroy Stems, St. Cloud, Minn,; the R*lph Jensens and Martin Jensens, Mankato; Forest Ohristensona, Ce* dtr Falls; Bernard Jensens, Cla rion; Otto Roxins, Mankato; C. W. Hanson*, Spencer; Mervin S Petersens, Stall* City; J. Theodore Ahart, Ames; A. M. Lent* kes, Robert Lemkes, and Paul Lemkes, Algona; Mrs. Gene Madsen, Bradgate; Palmer Jensen, Bancroft; the Maynan Jensens, Mrs; V. W. Blomster Mrs, CecilThorson, Art Claus- ens, Swea City; Charles Morris Ruth Kreuger, Mervin Christenson and William Christen sen, Lone Rofck; the Arnold Gaardes, Mrs, Lorraine Ander son, Ernie Lauiitzehi Mrs. Lyn don Opsal, O. L. Helgasons Calvin Jensens, Donald Jensen of Armstrong. four great grandchildren: ; Funeral • services for, "f| Julius Jensen were held on Tuesday at Princeton, Minn, at the Harfsen Funeral Home with the Rev. Richard Levine officiating. Mrsi Gerhardt was the organist and Hilding Heru, soloist. The Rev. Harold Anderson officiated at the services at the Blakjer Lutheran church. Mrs. Henry Wilberg was organist and the soloist was Ralph Jensen, Mankato. Bearers were nephews and were Calvin, Donald, Maynard, and Ted Jensen and Lorenzo THREE CONFIRMED Three were confirmed the Blakjer Lutheran church Sunday with the Rev. Harold Anderson in charge. They wer Becky Jensen, daughter of th Ted Jensens, Cathy Bergum daughter of the Art Bergums and Coleen Olsen, daughter 01 the Gaylord Olsens.; Mrs. Robert Burt had the Mo dern Mixers Tuesday afternoon The extension lesson was given by Mrs. Henry Looft. Mrs. Fre< Jphannesen ,wa^, birth)day mem Jen The June-meeting will be at Alvin Cypher's. tiuestis ; wi Mrs. Lois Berhow ^nd Mrs. GOT HIHUJUIUU Juniors attended the annual Law Day sponsored by the Kossuth County Bar Association held in the Algona high school auditorium. The Day consisted of a mock murder trial which actually took place in Texas. — GH5— A Pep Rally was hold at Garrigan Friday, April 29 in repog nition of Spring Sports. Coaches Kramer, McCall and Cooper gave talks on baseball, golf and track. The Qarrigin Varsity Chords attended the Neujrnan Music Festival at Mason City Wednesday, May 4. --GHS— Tho GHS Track Team attend ed the Bronco Relays at Bei- m,ond Tuesday, May 3. The team compiled 25 team points, TV's successful mystery is simply "Flint", watered down for family consumption. COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst entertained their couples bridge club last week. The group included Mr. and Mrs. Russ Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp. Russ Buchanan was high for the evening, and Mrs. Herbst was second. for • Weddings Proms • Special •» • Events donj J ., Children,, EXPERT 'PRINTING ATTHE ADVANC1 Ctft theAOVANCit DIS& After 8 p.m. and all day Sunday you can make a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for. only $1.00 or less, plus tax. Enjoy • family reunion by phone I MorthwittefnBe«(J) >-•• i fiuri ifiinst infection from 28 infectious bactirii Wilt may be present on the skin when a minor cut, burn or •crap* occurs. Mycitracin' Triple Antibiotic Ointment • No sting ... No stain. • Promotes healing. ^^Tfl SEE THE EXCITING MINNEAPOLIS <i and stay at W. R. FRANK'S MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just 5,Minutes From Downtown and Mpls. Auditorium Faciri'i Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute ol Arts Be Correctly Attired in the Newest and Finest, Formal Wear LEUT AiQOM. IOW* therine's, and her roommate, Diane Rausch of Bismarck, N.D. Mrs. Wad* Sullivan was visi ted over the weekend by her daughter, Sheila, of Minneapolis. An assistant editor in the public relations department of General Mills, Sheila was hw> ored recently by the Twin Cities Industrial Editors Association for one of her stories which appeared in the General Mills magazine. Sheila received the award for outstanding work at a dinner given by the editors association. Joel Htrbst and R«y Funk spent last week Friday through Sunday at Spirit Lake for the opening of the fishing season. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan were visited over the Mother's Day weekend by their daughter Bernadine of Minneapolis. Mr, and Mrs. L»o Cffffi wore in Chicago over the weekend for a reunion with si$ couples, friends from Mr. Cassel's law school days at the University of Michigan. They stayed at tli« Pearson Hotel, and returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloy4 Bohannon and daughter Ann and Mr. MJTS. Lawrence Kees and . ter Pamela spent last week Friday through Sunday visiting several college? in Iowa and Missouri. The t\yo, girls wfU. enter college nest fall Ainong schools they visited was MAY IS RADIO MONTH DISTINCTIVE DINING Fimout For . Quality «t Medtrati fricti. HEATED POOL With Sccludtd Sun Terrace, . Poolsid* Si'rvic*. 100 LUXURY UNITS ConditlMMtf With Complete Hotel Service*. BUS Mail Coupon for FREE Color Brochure: NAME. Ft»t ; Tnnsp'ortition • to Airpoit, Tnin ind Bus I Cinters. Also Mel. Sli- i mnocec dium,. Gulhrii Ttuitn ' " UIIIIt «- •tnd Othtr Point} Upon I ;RtQU«t.,- „ CITY -STATE. fo, R.ver.,|loM. Write. 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