Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 2
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(tews) AbVANfit l mediate class \fy Cliarlene Bra-, * THURSDAY, JUN1 9, IMft !ce and helper Carol Jbnes. Rev. . *__ —I Bullock conducted thfe comfnu-, mi flp« l 'nidattt's class. Music was eorK NflllPV rl&AnAf ! ducted by Mrs. Milton Madison, •lUIIVf I IWIIvl | The program was give'n at chut- j '• |ch Sunday morning with a pot| luck picnic diflher and swim- • mittg at the Swea ; , City park afterwards. •••..•; ! • . -..' - . L '..; ..!.;• • - . | The Jess Blattchai-ds visited in Des Moines from Friday to f Sunday with relatives. Moltie.i Blanohard remained in Des Mo*' v ines where she will attend A..I.B, business college beginning given shower at lone Rock Lone Rock A miscellaneous shower was given Friday night in the Presbyterian church for Nancy Fischer who will be married Saturday to Bill Shelton. Scripture and prayer were by Mrs. E. A. Lee. Songs Were by Susan Blanchard, Ann Fortney, Mary Madison and Judy Kraft accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Jones, A skit ;was given by Lucille, Seegebarth, Joan Hammer- strdm, Jean Hammerstrom, Kathy Jensen, Janell Newbrough and Susan Neswold. Hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Don Blanchard, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Jess Blanchard, Mrs, Willis Cotton if Evelyn Earing, Mrs. Gerald Erpelding, Mrs. Rob't. Fortney, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Glen Householder, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Russell Jensen, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Rose Kraft, Mrs. Clarence Kraft, Mrs. Richard Krsipp, Mrs; A. ;A. Krueger, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Mrs. L, Newbrough, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Kathleen O'Donnell, Mrs. Dennis Pfiebe, Mrs. Mrs. Leo Ramus, Art Prieba, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Erick Seege barth, Mrs.' Andrew Thomson, Mrs. L. Walsh and Mrs. Dave Weber. ; x . -4. , -.; BIBLE SCHOOL CLOSES The Presbyterian Bible school closed Saturday with 50 children having attended with 37 with,perfect attendance. The kindergarten class was , taught by "•• Verdsabelle Pruit and helper Jill ^Blanchard. Jo Ella Miller and Janet Hammerstrom substituted one day for them. The primary class was taught by Marjprie Person and helper Linda Knoll; the junior classes by Beulah Lee and Dorothy Kraft and helpers Susan Blanchard and Mary Madison; inter day. Word, has been received by friends that Rev. Lester Dacken, ; Elmhurst, 111. and his brother Rev. Russell Dacken, Winona, Minn., left Monday on a thres week's tour of the Holy Land. Lone Rock girl spends summer in Lone Rock — Ellen Bullock, daughter of Rev. and Mrs, Albert Bullock, who f has taught elementary music last/ year at Corning will leave by plane from New York June 9 for a summer in, Europe.' She will arrive ' in Luxembourg .June 10 and will observe and experience native situations in France, Germany, Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg before going to Berlin, Germany where she will work in a hospital June 16 to August 13. The, job and arrangements were made through the American Student Uhformatioh Service. tfoor prize. Gladys, i daught&r 'iW the^ Htfoid thulsf will be "ni^*iM in JSt# jjjfe^h's cttfifch Miiggeli & fifteyft, tori" orthe.Adoijj'h Mayers, Ringsted, Juffe 18, at 10:30 a.m. 1^ : ito1iiti; Bertss and M*th Merged -iiom here, and Mrs. ijditalcl OfreS, Mary and John- rtiej Poft: ; t)odge, wetit td Cedar Rapids; f tresday to the Ray Key's.' Mrs, Berte and ; Mrs. Hey are .sisters, daughters of Math who has "been a visitor in the Berte home here the past twd months from Deli Rapids, S;D, Mr, Mgrgen remained in the Hey 1 hohie, the others Went Dubikjue to visit with Sister Carol- Ann, fOSF at Xavior hospital, Dubuque. Sister Carol Ann and Mrs. Orres are daughters of the John Bertes. They Becker - Weber weddinjg Lester Bullock left Friday for his summer work at Steamboat Rock. The John Ramuses, Garner, and Linda Ramus were Sunday guests at Leo Ramus's. •'• The Art Persons and Ralph Hammerstroms attended the wedding Sunday of Roger Hoppe at White Bear Lake, Minn. Roger Hoppe is the son of Ruth Hoppe and the late Ed Moppe, Fairmont. fir THURS Thru SAT JUNE 9-10 11 ALGONA , A UNIVERSAL PIC1UM J SECOND FEATURE , 20th Century-ro • .• COLOR by DE LUXE SUN. Thra WED. JUNE 12-13-14.15 ALGONA >••»•««» r£ A teeth-chattering, funny-bone shattering hunt for a spook-killer in a haunted houst that will tie you inknoUs!, „, ._ I JOAN STAIEY IUH ReOMQKOOICK SARGENT St. Jot — At St. Mary's Catholic church in Humboldt Sandra Kay Weber and Donald E. Becker were married May 14. She is the daughter of the Dale Webers, Humboldt, and he is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. 3eorge Becker, St. Joe. The Rt. Rev. Msgrs. J. E. Toan performed the double ring ceremony. Music was by Mrs. Delmar Cram who accompanied soloist Kathy Collins, Livermore. Shari Weber was her sister's maid of honor and Sandy Pelitz was bridesmaid. Bob Becker was best man and Ed lllg was groomsman. Ushers were Ron* aid Julius, Gilmore City, jcousin of the bride, and Ted Collins, Livermore, nephew of the groom. A wedding dinner was served to 170 guests in the Legion Hall in Humboldt followed by a reception in the afternoon. Mrs. Jerry Witham and Mrs. Dennis Grebner served punch. >Mr». Gerald Larsen had the guest book. Mrs. Henry Janssen, Humboldt, and Mrs. Eugene Thul, St. Joe, cut the three tiered visited Sister M. Benvanuta, QSF, and Sister M. Bonavita, OSF, Mt (j .Sit Francis Convent, Dubuque, and With Sister M. DeoTilla, OSF, at Cascade: They are sistets of Mr. Berte. They returned; Thursday. ; ., Richard Kirsch, Tucson, Ariz. is visiting : his parents, the Peter Kirsches. Richard, 1965 Garri gan graduate, is attending hair styling and barber school in Tucson. ' SON KNOT f § Sf ARS IN THE eH09t fr^-'jfjjgggjll' ifofnia. • they ateo viMted Sehwidteft's aunt, Mrs. Paul Mr. Slid Mrs, Roger SMtan,d family were Memorial Day difl- 1 " gttfe&ti in the hdfhe ~of 'Mrs. Scott'' -Otttft . *H&8* •' daUght&f, Mty. "60 ^ffelatiVeS -ttfA. friends "fifoftt:. Bilrt, BanC'fOft, est* were Mf, antt Mrs; Harold Andfeiitett *rtd Mr, ahd Mrs. Al- ; vin Andfeasen, -"••' n. --n,?;--.• , Mrs. Befrtafcl Phelp Minnie Spefrifig wetlt i son where they visited the cemetery and also visited a niece, Mrs. Willis Bracky, in Thompton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe had A reception in their home AiUdrea- sen went to Clear Lake./.. test Sunday, wh6f6 they attend&d a gathertng in hoflot of Mfs. An- uhcle, Walter^ Port's 80th birtJiday. Aba : ut 40 fete' tives in all attended the gathering coming from Burt, Algona, Forest'City and Belle Plaine and Princeton, Minneapolis, Rochester and Fairmont, Minn. SMALL TOWN REPORTER oor- rrayed by Don Knotts in "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken" hrlr»o« tht 3-time TV Emmy award winner (for the Andy Griffith show) to the big screen in Univertal't hilarioui comedy photografphi^d in Technicolor. ', t-v,*.'•'; ,•;.•. • © ^ » u 3 wedding cake. Dining room hosts were the Eugene Juliuses, Gilmore City, and Alise Sorenson's, Humboldt. Mrs. Lonnie Kirchoff, Mrs. Richard Zeman? 'Mrs. * Don DeWinter and Judy Cuthbertson opened gifts. She is a graduate of the Hum- oldt high school in 1964 and s employed at the First Nation- 1 bank in Humboldt. He is en> >loyed with the Becker Con- truotion Co., St; Joe, They spent a two week wedding trip to the West Coast and will live in St. Joe. Rev. Nicholas J. Becker, M-D banquet held June 2 at CDA at St Joe St. Joe — The CD of A Mother-Daughter banquet was he^ Id June 2 in St. Joseph's school hall with 181 members and gi£ ests attending. Riverdale Rustlers 4-H club members, leaders, and mothers were in charge of preparing and serving the dinner. District deputy Mrs. George Montag and her guest, Mrs. G rge Kjar, West Bend, Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, Rev. Marvin Boes, here, and Rev. Gerald Fisch, Livermore, were among the guests. Carol Erpelding, Denver, received the gift for coming the longest distance. Mrs. Peter Becker received the prize for most recent first time grandmother. Mrs. Nick Zeimet and son Wendel Zeimet, Roundup Mont., left Sunday for home' after, a 10 day visit here at the son, Ray Zeimet's, and with oth er. relatives, and friends. ^ The Robert 'Kirsches" have 1 son born June 3 in St. Joseph Mercy '.hospital in Fort Dodge This makes two boys and" three girls in the Kirseh family. The Lorenz Bor.manns are the nui- ternal grandparents. The Robert Altmans last Sunday had a Bittner family gathering. Guests were the' Jbsdpjf* Mitchells, Elkhart, Ind.; Mike O'Conners, Richard Bittners, Archie Bittner and Charlene, and the Verne Boumas, all Ft. Dod- Victor; Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Mary and Norma went/ to Alden nday^v where they visited ;in he Leonard Itcjs home. Other guests in the Ites home were Jlr, and Mrs. Robert Ites and amily, and Mr. and Mrs. flat Puttkamer. '' ' • .• '>' : '•<••. -J-l Roger Bullock of Milton and Miss Linda Chris of Milton were guests Over -the weekend in the Jesse /Harms home. . - - • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad and family, Mr. and Mrs, Edmund Larson, .Mr. and-Mrs Jesse Harms, Mary and Norma John Lovstad, Roger Bullock and Linda' Chris enjoyed a, pic nic at Crystal: Lake, Memorial Day. Mr. arid Mrs. Edmund Larson visited ,iri the .Harvey Larson home Sunday afternoon after visiting -in some of the nearby cemeteries; Thursday and Friday V "Gunpoint"-7:00-iO:17 , "Weekend At'Dunkirk" 8:36 —Saturday ' ,'; -"','"' : - • "Gunpoint" 1:30 - 7.00 -1 ; 0:17 "Weekend At Dunkirk' : 3:06-8:36 " "'' —Sunday "The Ghost & Mr. Chicken" 1:30 - 3:39 - 5:48 - 7:57 - 10:06 —Monday Thru Wednesday "The Ghost & Mr. Chicken" 7:00 - 9:09 iranville, brother of the groom attended the wedding. Guests were from Moneta, Livermore, Humboldt, Bode, Ottosen, Rut- and, Dakota City, Hardy, Ankeny, Algona, Sac City, Goldfield, Council Bluffs, LuVerne, Palmer, Des Moines, St. Joe, Estherville, Wesley, Fort Dodge, Bancroft, Granville, Storm Lake, Rolfe, Phoenix, Ariz. Lansing, 111. Mr. 'and; Mrs. Clare Cunning ham of Gienview, 111., Mrs. OUve Person and .Mr. and Mrs. Henr> Smith'; and 1 Ramona were Tues day evening supper guests in thfe Tom Trenary home. Mr. Cunningham is a cousin of Mrs. Trehary. They came out for a few Mr. and Mrs. Art Baum and Mr. and- Mrs. Fred Baum and baby of Minneapolis, brother and nephew of Mrs. E. C. Schwietert, spent the past week end ih'Uthe Schwietert home. Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Becker returned Thursday evening after spending about a week in Indiana.: They left Saturday ge. morning to attend the Indianapolis Memorial speed races. They also visited relatives in Tell City, Derby and Cannelton, Ind. Barbara Dugan of Davenport, a niece, accompanied them on the trip. Willard Schwietert, brother of E. C. Schwietert, was a Thursday evening supper and overnight guest in the Schwietert home. He left Friday to Visit other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott attended the graduation exercises for Barbara Reding at Whittemore, Sunday and a ..buffet supper in the Reding home/ Mr. and Mrs. Mary Meyers, an aunt of Mrs., Bernard Prielps and Mr., and Mrs. John Pink of Buffalo Center visited last 'Wednesday in the Phelps home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps went to Rolfe Friday night;where they attended the gradua tion of Mfss 3 Faith' Walton \and later the reception in ; .the., Walton home. Mother, (Mrs. Minnie Sperring) who had been visiting in the Walton home, returned home with the Phelps to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert went to Lakota Monday evening where they visited an old friend of Mrs. Schwietert, Miss Francis Schroeder, who has been spending a lot of time, in Cali- STARLITE JED. Thra SAT. JUNE 8-9-10-11 DRIVE IN -3 BIG MONSTER PICTURES- and Mary Kay Capesius, daughter of the James Capesiuses, bom May 29, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Alvin Bormanh and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann by proxy for Mary Joyce Capesius, St. Petersburg, Fla. Thursday the feast of Corpus Christi, an evening mass in St. Joseph's church at 8 o'clock was preceded by a procession. Mrs. Robert Altman was surprised for her birthday June 3. by relatives for coffee and birthday cake and a-social afternoon. She received "cards and hankies. Attending were Mrs. John Altman. Sr., Mrs. John Altman Jr., Mrs. Merlin Altman family, Mrs. Tom Altman family and Mrs. John Roeder and daughter. The Roger Thuls, Carroll, spent the weekend with their parents, the Ralph Redings and Harold Thuls. Gladys Thul was given a pre>nuptial shower in St. Joseph's school hall with relatives and friends attending. Assisting ai the gift table were her sister Sandy Thul, and a cousin, Joyce Dorn'bier. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Cyrill Kellner and Mrs. Ralph Reding receiving prizes. Laurie Becker EFFECTIVE JUNE 18th Tl* MIowhiK Will to CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS CargilUnc. - Algona Ftdtral North Iowa Grain Co, - Sexlon Hommt M Elovilor - Galbraith Mgoii firaii I Food - Algona Famor'o tonrioo Cotlor SUN. Thru WED. JUNE 12.13.14.1? STARLITE DRIVE-IN HIS STRANGE GENIUS FED ON LOVE! UCOL011 HERBERT J. YATES prtunts Magic Fire « WODOCIIOH YVONNE DE CWHO-pOS THOMPSON -RITA GAM- VAIENT1NA CORTESE and nUN BADEL •« Richard Wagner Serunplty by Btrtita Hirdlng, E. A. Dupont, David Chantler . . . liHd UPM Noy«l by Btrtlti Hirding • Oiiglnil Music ol Richard Wagner Muikil Suptrvisof Erich Wollgini Korniold • Produced and Directed by William Dieterli ... A REPUIUC PIODUCTION SECOND BIG SHOCKER WAYH WwW^B^R 991MMMp| ' THIRD BIG FEATURE wildest guyi and gafs In the whole Wtld Westl THURSDAY IS,,, UCKNITE! • YOUHCAR ANV ITS OCCUPANTS w ILL at ONI BUCK uonaH ro

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