Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 24
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1966
Page 24
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•-AIOONA (low.) AOVANCt THUMDAY, MAY If, 1f44 Get more done on a busy day with a Great jor cony6nience4privacy, too. Housework seems to-go much faster with helpful, step-saving extension phones nearby. Helper- phones! • , TO ORDER, call the telephone business office or ask your telephone man. Northwestern Bell Thursday thru Saturday MAY 19-20-21 ALGONA ^ _^ WW4DL ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~ ^^•^^^^••••••Ifc .^IMI^IIIIIIINJINIjt ri4IIHHMMsV : ^^^^^VIUUHsV^^ it s . FUN!* it's F1GHHN! ifs •' FIREWORKS! when ; EUHS is .EDWARD SMALL presents ' ELVIS PRESLEY;FRANKIEANDJOHNNY M D«DOUG LAS HARRY MORGAN SUE ANE LANGDDN NANCY KOVACK AUDREY CHRISTIE SUN. Thru WED. MAY 22-23-24-25 ALGONA A Hip Hilarious art-warming Honey of a movie! is the Mother Superior '' II is the Angel with Angles 1 M I till 1111 til 11 M H H H111HI•Ml MIM H Around Algona •yONIITA DIDRIKSIN ' Ptiww 2f5-240S " m H m M ri:l n I'll t ti it H 111 m n MM mm in Mr. and Mr i. C. R, Setteby spent the weekend with the Robert Hicks family in Omaha. Yesterday Mr. and Mn. Ed Wolcott drove to Iowa City Where Mrs. Wolcott had her eyes examined at the Clinic, ;hen they spent the night at ^airfield with her sister's family and are bringing the moth' er, Mrs. C. F. Wheeler, back with them to Algona to remain for a month or so. Mr. and Mrs. Data Deals, Davenport, were weekend guests of Theo. Logan, of the Johnson House. The Algona Fmfcratod Worn- an's Club met at the home of Clara Amesbury Monday for a 9 o'clock May breakfast. Co-hostesses were the Program committee. The program was Conservation. 'Mrs. Steve Wickliff talked on, "In Our Forests Are Many Mansions", and Mrs. Elizabeth Schenck discussed Enemies of the Forest There were 16 members present. till after High School Commencement on May 31 when her grand daughter, Sue Moulton, will be graduated. The Four Corners Mother* and Daughters Club met on May 12 at the home of Herlinda Kirsch with Sue Bjustrom assisting. Roll call, What 1 Never Get Around To Doing, was answered by 28 members and two guests. A large assortment of baked goods and numerous handmade articles were brought for auction among the members. Bernice Shaw reac two articles entitled, "Hie Farmer's Wife," and "Why I Am So Tired." The club's June meeting will be their annual Guest Day. Ints Kntcht left yesterday to return to San Lorenzo, Calif, where she had been in secretar ial work for the last two years She had spent ten days with her parents, the H. M.iCnechta, —Thuriday and Friday RoMlInd RiMMll and Naylty Mill* in "Traubto With Ana*U" ttsrf. fit Sunday at the Alftttt Thiittt< . . lord Often tte'_....... nry Wilbefg and Mrs Looft WiiTtfve Jh«Mr*SL r*m trted on K1CD, Sp*n<*r, Hie Ted Jensen* are expect* mg the arrival of Ml*. Jensert's parent*, Dr. and MM. Loui* A. Rosalind Russell as Mother Superior in a convent school where Hayley Mills, left, is a high-spirited teenager, makes • dress for a student in this scene from "The Trouble With Angels/' Columbia Pictures comedy in color, Also starred are Binnia Barnes Gypsy Rose Lee, Camilla Sparv, Mary Wickes and screen hewcom er June Harding. who met her plane at Minneapolis and returned her there for the trip back. Mr. and Mrs. Gltnn S*g«r drove to Knoxville Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Stev en Donnelly, a cousin of Glenn . Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gillespie were the latter's niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Danowski, of Linden, N.J., who came April 22 and left for home last Wednesday. They came to attend the wedding of a cousin, Shirley Kissner and Dean Anderson on April 30, besides visiting the Gillespies and other relatives. Mrs. Wayne Goodman spent the weekend in Fort Dodge with tier five year old son Brian who had dental surgery 01. Saturday at Mercy Hospital and remained there from Friday to Sunday. Dr. Duane Schmidt, a pedodonr tist, did the work. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Paul Puffer home were Mr. Puffer's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Puffer, of Britt, with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Puffer, of Corpus Ohris- ti, Texas. On Sunday evening the Paul Puffers >and two daughters attended the High School Baccalaureate service at Corwith. Mr. Puffer has a nephew n the graduating class there. J. B. Asa drove to Rochester Saturday hoping to bring home lis wife who had surgery on her right hand and forearm last week Wednesday. However, he found on arrival there that she had developed phlebitis and was to be retained in St. Mary's Hospital for a time longer. Mr. and Mrs. George Scuff- ham drove to Boone Sunday afternoon to visit the latter's aunt, Mrs. Frank Kline, of Pilot Mound who has been hospitalized at Boone following a heart attack on Tuesday. On Friday evening the Scuffhams called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch at Livermore after learning that Mr. Pooch was suffering from an inner ear trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Slob. will leave Saturday for San Diego; Calif., where they will visit Al's mother and two brothers. It will be Mrs. Slope's first trip to California. They will drive to Ames and their son Rick, a student at Iowa State, will take them to Perry "to, catch their train, then will keep the car to bring his things home from col- leg© the following week. The Slobes plan to be away two weeks or, so. R. F. Perry took his brother- in-law, Howard French, to Des Moines early yesterday where Mr. French entered Veterans Hospital for a check-up and treatment. While he is away, his sister, Cidney Laird, is staying with Mrs. French who recently had surgery at University Hospital. Dr. Karl Hoffmen end his assistant, Mrs. R. W. Anderson, attended an all day meeting of the Iowa Lakes Dental Society held Saturday at Crescent Beach Lodge, Okoboji. The Clinical program was given by Dr. Olai Langland, professor of dental ra'diology at 'the State University and Francis Sippy, instructor in clinical radiology at the dental college. Their program title wasj Dental Radiography Technique^ and Interpretation. Dr. Hoffman remained at his Okoboji cottage for the weekend and Mrs. Anderson rode with Dr. Le Roy Strohman to and from the meet-, ing. Mrs. Frank, Moulton, Sr., Mil ohell, S.D., has been visiting in her son Frank's home during the past week and will remain "Frahkie & Johnny" 7:00-9:00 —Saturday "Frankie & Johnny" 1:30 - 7:00 - 9:00 —Sunday "Trouble With Angels" 1:30 • 3:30 • 5:30 - 7:30 - 9:30 —Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday "Trouble With Angels" 7:00-9:05 to Los Angeles, saw the Grand Canyon, visited in Denver and Kansas City, then came to Des Moines where the Dorweilers picked them up a Week ago Saturday and are showing them something of Iowa during their sitay here. The MeElreas are due to sail from. Montreal on May 27 and enroute east will stop over at Niagara Falls and perhaps Washington, D:C. and New York City. They are going around the world during an eight months absence from home and will first tour Ireland where Mr. McElrea was born, then go to England; the Continent and on East via the Suez Canal. This is their first visit to the States and follows his recent retirement. They have a married son and a married daughter in New Zealand. Mr. McEirea is a cousin of Mrs. Dorweiler. •»ppenhagen, Alliance, ay, The Pappenhftgens will here for the graduation of their granddaughter, M Jensen, at the Sentral school Miy 23. They expect to itay t week, Mrs. Cecil Bailey had a birthday Sunday, May 15, and guest* included the Robert Lynch* es, Alfred Petersons, CedJ Baldwin* and their guest, Mrs, Blanche Hansen, Santa Anna, Calif.; the Hans Jensens, Bancroft; Ted Jensens, Donald and Mrs. G»y Cronks, Armstrong; «nd Shel- - - **" don Merrills ^ Fetiton, M»» 4 C. F. Wegeher and Mrs. Merle Austin, Fenton, were Monday OtUers it the Bailey honie. Callers during the afternoon were the Harry darks and the former'S sister, Mrs, Florence Williams, all of Rockford, 111. They ire cousins of the Baileys. ' ' i H6NOR — David Steinberg, soft of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Steinberg* Buffalo Center, was awarded the highest degree that can be conferred by the State Asso* elation, F, F.A. David was honored at the 38th State Leadership Conference. held in Cedar Rapids and given the Iowa Farmer Degree. Only two per cent of the membership in the F. F. A, is awarded the degree. Past President Mildred Zeig ler served as installing Officer for new officers named last month. Then the annual draping of the altar honored deceased members. Plans were, made for Memorial Day observance All interested members wiJ meet at 6 a.m. at the Oul Room and the Auxiliary colors will be represented at the early services held at the Bridge and various cemeisries. , Mae Fitzgerald received the door prize; 'Emily Shackelford, the cancer gift prize, and tKe Silver march for the, Cancer Fund was $4.19. Mesdimts C. R. Schoby, J. D. Cash; -M. G; Norton, L. R. Potter, and D. E. Dewel spent Monday at Spirit Lake, guests of Mrs. C. L. Plott. . Burt Mrs. Geerg* Hawcott Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Thompson of Cottonwood, Ariz., visited at the Wm. Runchey and Max Miller homes from Sunday to Wednesday of last week. From here they went to Milford and then were to go to northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. While in Iowa Mrs. Thompson attended a 50th anniversary celebration of the Farm Bureau Women's group in which she formerly worked in the Buffalo Center area. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. DorwciUr have been entertaining most interesting guests; Mr. and Mrs. James McElrea, of Auckland, New Zealand, who arrived in Vancouver April 23, then went MAY IS RADIO MONTH ' Mr. and Mrs. Dean ' Benschoter entertained at dinner on Sunday the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Leninger and three children, tleman, Fenton; the parental Arthur Benschoters; and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Steenhard of Algona. The 1st birthday Dean. Benschoters' son of the Kevin was celebrated. The monthly dinner meeting of VFW Post 2541 and its Auxiliary, was held Monday evening, May 11. Hosts and hostesses were: Mr. and Mrs. John Goodman, Mae Fitzgerald, Mrs. Lula Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, Roy Black, John Levy, John Nauholz, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams, Twenty-six Auxiliary members were present for their business session at which Mrs. Ed Wolf presided. It was voted to send $5.00 to the VA Hospital Day at Knoxville. S. M.; Sgt. and Mrs. Jack W. Wallace, Homestead A.F.B., Fla., visited May 14 at Mrs. Gladys Hawcott's and Wallace Haw G. ;Hawcott. They were visiting relatives in Peoria, III, Mankato, v Minn., Masoii City and Burt as he will go overseas soon. He has been in the air force 24 years. • ' ,. • '., '•' ,;••., The Wayne Manns, Amber Mann, Estlierville, and , Boy Mann visited May 15 at Claude Whitehall's Jr. in Readlyn. Mr. Whitehill is principal of the Readlyn school. Mrs. Whitehill is the former Wanda Mann .and their daughter Cynthia is.a senior; this year. All attended baccalaureate at the Wapsie Valley high school auditorium. The Commencement will be Friday. Cynthia Whitehill plans to attend beauty school. Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. David Looft will have the Blakjer Lutheran Women at a regular meeting Thursday at the church. Mrs. August Nelson will have devotions and the ENTERTAINMENT INFORMATION COMPANIONSHIP ^*HW rl^P w i^lHBffil PWP^w h North Iowa THE BIG VOICE Repdy now,' The SUPEF? All OTHER rt version of ttHr$Qrii# ;( 1 ^i j \\ hrf>. t ,; sleek new design, - - pries, See the Swp^r NORTH )©W APPLIANCE 1 <! H^NDA 'tw • rferiM ,*• -f j * \ & \ *, • Sinday Thrwi|h Wednesday MAY 22:23.24-25 SECOND FEATURE Paramount'Pictures Presents Jackie Gleason Technicolor* ? LAUREL *• LINDA PuteKb; JKK W -IncMtrttCMl HJIOTU'torjtyb) J)CII HKHroiltatdCOBM COT1H ii « PWUHW PiKC! WED. Thru SAT. MAY 18-19-20-21 STARLITE - * THURSDAY 15... BUCKNITE! /e? '>.r YUUtlCAH AHO ALi ITS OCCUPANTS WILL U± ADMITTED f-UH ONE BUCK

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