Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 12
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4-ALOONA (ttwi) AOVANC1 THURSDAY, JUNf M, 1*4 Operators to sarvt you He'll find you more captivating, alluring and excitingly unknown in a new hairdo! PERMANENT SPECIAL Open Friday Nights! SHEAKLEYS BEAUTY SALON Call 5-3477 Algona Sunday Thru Tuesday JUNE 19-20-21 ALGONA PARAMOUNT PICTURES w KURT UNGER KIM Officers Mied for Auxiliary, Legion, at Hurt fcurt—At the last regular Legion and Auxiliary meeting the nominating committee reported the following officers were elected and will be installed July 5: Pres., Elva Boettcher, vice, Wantelee Hawcott, Sec,, Thecla Christensert, treas., Luella McWhorter, chaplain, Cela Scott. Sgt., Leona Lacy, historian, Gladys Hawcott; executive board, Beth Miller, Helen Wermers, Leona Lacy. Officers of Knoll Post are the same as last year: Commander, J. L. Miller, adjutant, H. J. Lacy; historian, Ray McWhorter; Sgt., Nels Nelson; finance officer, O. H. Graham. THI DOCTOR AND THI WIPI Thursday thru Saturday JUNE 16-17.18 ALGONA YOUVE HEARD ABOUT IT ON TV )|i/ -SEE AND ENJOY IT IN ITS ^•ENTIRETY ON OUR BIG SCREEN' YOU MUST SIT IN FROM THE OF THE WILDEST POKER BURGESS MEREDITH- KEVIN MCCARTHY* VWIwtv SIDNEY CARROU Prated ar.d D«c!ed by FEOER COOK " Burgess Meredith, as a lonely Texas doctor, restrains Joanne Woodward from running to her husband, Henry Fonda, felled by a heart condition, in this scene from "A Big Hand for the Little Lady," new comedy in Technicolor which opens Thursday at the Algona Theatre, All three star in the Warner Bros, release, together with Jason Robards, Charles Bickford, Robert Middleton and Kevin McCarthy. Fielder Cook produced and directed the film. Jane 11 to visit her cousin, Mrs Wm. Rogers, t patient in a fa* pitai there. They returned Sun* ' ' ' HOME PROM TRIP The Wallace Hawcotts and Kenneth returned Saturday from a two week tour of the west. Places of interest visited were Grand Teton national park, and Craters of the Moon national monument. They visited at Vancouver, Wash., and at Long Beach, Wash., with an uncle Vernon Wallace, and many state parks on the Pacific Ocean along the Oregon and California coast. At Biggs, Calif., they visited the Charles Runcheys. He is Mrs. Hawcott's father, and also Mt. Lassen national park. They took in Los Angeles Farmers Market, Knott's Berry Farm, and Disneyland, Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, and Grand Canyon national park in Arizona. They saw Mesa Verde national park at Cprtez, Royal Gorge at Canon City, and Garden of the Gods at Colorado Springs. ATTEND CONVENTION Lura Sewick and Mrs. Helen Brown, teachers at Forest City, and Frances Steffin, math teacher in Mason City high school, left Sunday to attend the national Education Assn. convention June 26 to July 1 at Miami, Fla. Lurk will visit her brother, the Albert Sewicks, Fort Pierce, Fla., whose daughter Sharon graduates June 17 at the University at Tallahassee, Fla., as a math major and will be employed at Bethseda, Md. Helen Brown will visit her son Earl Brown at Vero Beach, Fla. Miss Steffin will attend a classroom, teachers workshop at Tampa after the convention. Lura also plans to visit Clarice Larson at Lakeland, Fla,, who formerly taught at Forest City. Next year the convention will be held in Minneapolis. AT SUMMER SCHOOL June 11 Fred Hilton went to Bemidji, Minn,, to take a 10- weeks summer school in guidance and counseling. He will be guidance counselor in Burt school for 1966-7 school year. He has been in Burt seven years with 5 years as high school principal. His wife, Esther Hilton, will have the summer remedial program for five weeks again this summer starting June 14, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., for reading, language, arts and math. Their son Gerald Ray will go to Mankato State college this summer. He will be a third quarter junior majoring in biological science, physical education and German. ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Lorena Roark, Helen Schwietert and Jane Barslou attended the wedding June 11 of a nephew, William Hunt, son of the Melvin Hunts, Dolliver, who graduated Friday at Mankato State college. He married Ruth Ann Landmesser, who is bookkeeper at Morrell Packing Co. at Estherville. The wedding took place at 2 p.m. at St. Patricks Catholic church in Esther- vine, followed by a reception at the Cardinal. William Hunt will be employed by the Monsanto Chemical Co. St. Louis, Mo. ON TV SHOW ' Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Burt, Win. Hantelman, Fenton, and Mrs. Duane Lieb, Lone Rock, will appear on Eve' Kitchen at 4 p.m. June 16 over KQTV, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Meyer will tell of the Mission Fairs at Whittemore June 18-19 and at Garner June 25-26. Hantelman, whose dauglv ter is a missionary nurse in Nigeria, will show a replica of Eket hospital and an African vilji- age, and Mrs. Lieb and others will model native costumes. Members from, Burt Lutheran church will have a booth on Bibles at both Mission Fairs. PROGRAM IS GIViN Members of the Bib}e school at the Burt Presbyterian church hadi a pot luck supper June 13 at the Legion hall. A program was given after Sunday school at the church service. C&mes were played at the Burt park before and after the supper. They had planned to go the Call state —Thursday and Friday "Big Hand for the Little Lady" 7:00,'--9:05 —Saturday "Jig-Hand for the Little Lady" 1:30 • 7:00 • 9:05 —Sunday "jrudith" 1:30 - 5:03 - 8:36 "The Slender Thread" 3:25-6:58-10:31 —Monday and Tuesday "The Slender Thread" 7:00-10:33 "Judith" 8:48 park, Algona, but it was too wet •there after, the rain. ;; DUTTON REUNION The 60th Button reunion was held June 12 at Burt Legion hall with 71 present. Officers Pres., Leon .Warden, Fairmpnit, vice, Glenn Teeter, sec.-treas., Hazel .Teeter. Guests were from St. James, Blue Earth, Fairmont, Sargent, and Burt, Algona, Lake Illllilllllllll Park, Webb, Ida Grove, Marion, Ledyard, Storm Lake, Hampton and Dows in Iowa. They voted to meet again, next year. GROUND BREAKING , The congregation of the Burt Presbyterian church will have a ground breaking service at 2 p.m. June 19. Alvina Hasse and niece Mary Ohristensen, Wesley, went to Iowa City Sunday to visit her sister Ruth, a patient in the hospital there. A birthday dinner was served June 11 at Anna Meyer's, Corwith, for birthdays of Mrs. Etta Holdren and Mrs. Larry Manus, both of Burt. Others present were the Larry Manus children Lori, Danny and Kurt, Mrs. Geo. Mannis, Mrs. Verle Elmore and Kristi, Mrs. W. W. Gillespie and the Phil Puffers and Joe. Labell Olson has sold his trailer house in Burt and it will be moved by Mr. Bierstedt to Blue Earth. The Robert Richters took Mrs. Helen Vogel to Springfield, Mo., iiiiiini . . The Mels Nelsons are on a fishing trip to Leech lake, Minn., this week. Guests at the Roland Chafees Sunday were the Leslie! Soten* sons, Algona, , ' Guests Saturday of Mrs. Louis Scott were heir couUM, Mrs. Verna Lampe, Joliet, fil.« Mrs. Laura Binzen, JoUet, III, Mrs. Anna Newbrough, Humboldt, and the Art Longs, . Bancroft. The Russell Cooks, Henry Jo- hansens, Glenn Teeters and Raymond Nelsons met at M, L. Dutton's Burt Sunday for birth* days of Linda and Beverly Nelson. A special birthday cake was baked, and decorated for the girls. The Eugene Meyers attended confirmation Sunday at the rural Trinity Lutheran church near Marcus. A niece, Rebecca Brick son, was a member of the class. They were guests of the Lowell Ericksons, Remsen. Guests Friday of Mrs. Lottie Isenberger were Mrs. Alice 01 ander, Kalispell, Mont., and her daughters, Mrs. Albert Tom* son,, Morris, Minn., and Mrs Stanley Tautges, Helming, Minn, also the Walter Klamps, Algona. Mrs. Olander is the former Alice Stewart. Mrs. Klamp is a niece of Mrs. Isenberger and a grandniece of Mrs Alice Olander. Mrs. Nettie Lavrenz was hostess Thursday to the Birthday circle. The next meeting will be at Hilda Gross's July 14. Mrs. E. A Junkermeier, Neoma and Alma, spent June 12 in St. Paul, Minn., at Max Dauben- berger's for their 2-year-old son Todd's birthday. He is Mrs. Junkermeier's great grandson. Oth er guests were the Harold Dau- benbergers, Des Moines, and Rex Daubenberger, Iowa City The Losl Goods and James, Og dan, were also present. The Paul Espes arc moving to the Larry Holding house this week. He is band teacher am she will teach English in the Burt schools. |W HIGHER RAJE from the Greatest thing growing-Passbook-Handy Savings! 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