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*-*lfonei (la.) Upper D*« Main** Thurtday, F*b. 1, 1968 Sweo Family Dinner Held At Walkers SWEA-EAGLE - Guests at a family dinner at the Ralph Walker home Jan. 21 included guests of honor, George Neve, Mrs. Adolph Kloth, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lastine and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lastine and family; other guests were Mrs. P.A. Holcomb, and Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Holcomb and Steven. Hosts and hostesses were the Ralph Walkers and Dori, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanson, Mrs. Gregor Deim, Pearl Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dahl and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Farland and Sheri. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Dori were guests of the Lowell Farlands, Ceylond, for the 6th birthday of Sheri. CASINO ROYALE Shown above, the training school for spies to which David Niven as Sir James Bond sends Joanna Petfet as Mata Bond, his daughter, when she agrees to help him in the course of Charles K. Feldman's "Casino Royale," Columbia release in Panavision and Technicolor. The 007 spoof has several James Bonds, 17 international stars and 200 international beauties. - o - IS IN ARMY Lyle Rippentrop, son of the Everett Rippentrops, left for Des Moines last week where he was inducted into the Army. He went to Ft. Bliss, Tex. to await further orders. I aena *l today tor our ALL NEW DESIGN COLLECTION 46 ALL NEW MODELS ALL NEW FLOOR PLANS ALL NEW STYLES ALL NEW INTERIORS _ t»tfi-.-.!- I "ELLENDALE" This is without question the most beautiful and the most magnificent home _planning catalog of any company in the country. For your copy of this all- color book of hundreds of home building ideas — send $1 to U.S. HOMES, 5390 2nd Ave., Des Moines, la., or call your local Home Consultant: RONALD TAYLOR 1001 N. Minn. Algona, la. Phone 295-2217 ~_- (5-55EOW) Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop took Dale to Charles City Monday to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koons and family were supper guests recently at the David Dontje home at Forest City. Several persons from the area attended the wedding of Kandis Strayer and Richard Bailey Sunday at the Methodist church, Ceylon, Minn. Miss Strayer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer, formerly of this area. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Krumwiede and family, Mr. and Mrs. Johnle Tobin and children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Richard Mather is attending a nine-month course at the School of Automation at Des Moines. He is studying data processing, key punchboard and computer machines. Dick was discharged from the Navy Nov. 12, 1967. The Jim Koons were Sunday visitors at the Irvin Smith home, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nyman were Sunday evening visitors at the Laurel Peterson home. The Laurel Petersons and family were recent guests at the home of his brother, the Allen Petersons, White Bear Lake, Minn. Several from the area attended the golden anniversary of the Brink Shiplers at the Methodist church at Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Gies and sons of Fairmont were recent callers at the home of his parents, the William Gies, Sr., Swea City. Whoopee! Grand Opening Held, Sexton Station SENECA III only...$79 PlUSfft.T. Y* W ttkir iriels it tki riffct price lit! tutins ti fit Hint lifiriif g^VICTOR *Slmple-To-Operate »1O Key A. Full Keyboard "Repeat Key *Total/Sub-Total Control Upper Des Moine* Pub. Co. Ill E. Call St. Algona, Iowa Marlene Smith, daughter of the Verl Smiths, who attended the Iowa School of Beauty Culture in Des Moines, and received her license in cosmetology in November has enrolled at Grandview College in Des Moines. She left Sunday for Des Moines and will begin work on an elementary education degree. She has spent the interim visiting her parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus of Lone Rock we re Sunday after noon callers at the Everett Withams. The Seneca Saddle Club members held a card party Saturday evening at the Dennis Rolling home at Bancroft. Five hundred was played at three tables. High prizes were won by David Lynch and Mrs. Everett Witham. Mrs. Raymond Lind of Dolliver and Joe Lynch of Lone Rock won the low prizes and travel prize went to Raymond Lind of Dolliver. Pot-luck refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre With Your Personal Property • INSURE IT 3 WAYS WITH A NEW HOUSEHOLDERS' PROTECTIVE FLOATER! Covers against Loss by • FIRE INCLUDING w r1 ** EXTENDED COVERAGE t THEFT • OTHER HAZARDS Blossom Insurance Agency . DGPQi ALGQNA, IOWA SEXTON - Sexton's newest business had a more than standing room only crowd for the grand opening Friday night. A total of 149 guests had signed up by 9 p. m. when the party was just getting started at Ed Eischen's remodeled station and new cafe. Sending flowers for the occasion were the Kirschbaum Garage, Sexton Store, the Federal North Iowa Grain Co., and a group known only as The Sexton Boys. Providing music for the evening was a new combo with a big future, composed of Virgil Bierl, George and Ed Lickteig, Russ Cole and Frank Hrubes. Guests who pitched in to help in the kitchen were Mrs. Peter Kirsch, Mrs. Ed Eischen, Mrs. Maurice Eischen and Mrs. Art Hix with Charles Colwell, Dick Grandgenett and Emil Listekow serving the crowd and Art Hix on patrol duty. Among the sponsors of the prizes for the evening's drawing were Dick Grandgenett, Dick Lickteig, Roy Hansen, Oscar Froehlich, Larry May, Dave Seller, Kirschbaum Garage, Emil Listekow, Don Bormann, Al Bormann, Elmer Youngwirth, Don Carroll, Ralph Simon, Roger Arndorfer, the Colony Inn and Monsanto Fertilizer. Winners in the drawing were the following, for a case of beer each: Irene Klein, Irene Bierl, Don Bormann, Clarence Elbert, Marie Jackson, Gary Green, Frank Hrubes, Beverly Colwell, George Lickteig, Jan Ruger, Bob Maahs and Frank Youngwirth. Cash winners were R. Rosenmeyer and Palmer Rurup, $5, and Larry May, $10. Gas winners were John Kain and Don Bormann, $2; Bonnie Esser, 25 gallons; Si Simon, 25 gallons; Earl Zeigler, 50 gallons. Linda Froehlich won a knife set and Jerry Kisch, a case of Pepsi. Since the cafe was covered with wall-to-wall people on the night of the opening, a description of the new building might be in order. The interior walls are finished in a medium brown wood paneling with matching dark brown tables, with bright orange chairs providing a touch of color. The floor is beige tile and the curtains a modern design of gold, brown, white and orange. So, at last the town has an appealing place for a passerby to stop for lunch. - o - The Sexton Friendly Club meeting for January has been cancelled after being postponed, as the hostess, Mrs. Leo Thornsen, had planned to go to a wedding last weekend. But things just didn't work out as she is the latest victim of a mighty strong virus. The club meeting was to be held Saturday as the hostess works during the week in Algona and not a weekend meeting because the club secretary happened to win a case of refreshments last week at the grand opening. The February meeting will hopefully be held on the joined other members of Mrs. Andre's family, the Louis Lammers of Graettinger, at dinner Saturday evening at Sioux Valley. The dinner honored their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lammers, on their 40th wedding anniversary. Sunday School classes will resume again Sunday morning, Feb. 4, at S:45 a. m. at the Blakjer Lutheran church following a month's vacation. Mrs. Ordean Kabrick is the Sunday School superintendent. Becky Jensens name was unintentionally omitted from the list of 1968 Luther League officers of the Blakjer Lutheran church. Becky is the new secretary of the organization. last Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Jennings. The Sexton population is staying fairly healthy except for a few serious cases. Mrs. Nell Opheim is making a recovery from a week at home with pneumonia, but she and Glenn Gabrielson will both have to do some shopping for clothes to fit their new slender sizes. Glenn is making a good recovery from his surgery at Rochester as long as he follows orders not to lift anything heavier than his shoes. It will probably take the longest to get him unspoiled after all the attention. The Gabrielson's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Murphy and Mark, came from Cedar Falls for the weekend. Glennda is now teaching at Janesville while Wally is employed in an abstract office in Waterloo. Even the accident victims are making good recovery as David Hix looks much better after being cut on the face by a flying sheet of steel while on the job in Algona. It required 12 stitches, but healed quickly if only the black eyes would go away as. easily. Ed Eischen has found a lunch counter isn't even a safe job as he seriously cut a finger while slicing cheese I Mrs. Art Hix accompanied Mrs. Roger Anderson of West Bend to Grinnell where they visited the Val-Hi dog kennels. Mrs. Anderson raises boxer dogs at her West Bend farm home. Mrs. Glenn Gabrielsonaccom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Evert Steven to an Eastern Star meeting at Charles City where the Steven's daughter, Mrs. Robert Kiess, was installed as Associate Conductress. Mrs. Nell Opheim accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise to Mason City where they visited Strother Wise who is in the hospital following a serious heart attack. He remains under intensive care. Spring must be just around the corner. Mary McMahon is leaving for her annual visit to Dallas, Tex. this week, but just be prepared for the annual snowstorm we get when she heads back home. SERVICE Mrs. G. H. Maxon of Jewell was honored recently for her 30 years of service on the social welfare board in Hamilton county. Upon her retirement she was presented with a painting of her home. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER! 3? Are Named On Honor Roll At West Bend WEST BEND-The high school honor roll for the first semester is as follows: Seniors -Tom Baas, Barb Banwart, Dale Banwart, Linda Bonnstetter, Carole Christensen, Terry Collins, Cynthia Gade, Wayne Grimm, Lucy Casebolt, Carmen Montag, Susan Montag, Jody Schneider, Stuart Simonson, Marilyn Stetzel and Ray Wirtz. Juniors - Karol Banwart, Alan Blair, Linda Thatcher, Mike Wirtz and Nancy Zohbon. Sophomores - Cheryl Anderson, Matt Baretich, Mavis Bruellman, Eileen Fisher, Patty Schuller and Lavilla Zaugg. Freshmen - Kathy Banwart, Marilyn Banwart, Susan Banwart, Mona Bruellman, Jim Crawford, Christine Frohling, Grant Gearhart, Mary Hough, Marlene Metzger, Sherry Roupe and Dennis Struecker. - o James E. Fehr, who left Dec. 27 for service in the U. S. Army, is now stationed at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. Dr. H. P. Sherman, who attended the state veterinary convention at Des Moines this past week, presented a paper on sheep scabies at the meeting. Peace Lutheran Ladies Aid varied their regular program at the meeting Thursday by the presentation of a socio drama, "Lord, When Did We See You f\ accompanied by slides. Taking part were Mesdames Roy Buenger, Harvey Buenger, Alvin Hanselman and Henry Lauck. The Aid welcomed a new member, Mrs. Dean Grimm. Hostesses were Mrs. Art Anderson and Mrs. Arnold Zinnel. Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Ostermeier were called to Collinsville, ni recently by the death of her mother, Mrs. August Biettchert. In recognition of their 57th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuchsen received a letter of congratulations and a gift package from the H. J. Heinz Co. Lon Brown returned home Friday from Palo Alto Memorial hospital where he was a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Bargman spent last Sunday with her father, Lafe Hinton, Worthington, Minn., and helped him celebrate his 88th birthday. A miscellaneous shower for Eula Heinhold, bride-to-be of Arthur Mogler, was held at the Rebecca Lodge Friday evening, fiamm mm amn j movie I clock I ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete Program begins: 7:009:00 "The Ambushers": 7:15 9:20 SATURDAY Matineee only Complete program begins: 1:30 "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come": 1:55 SUNDAY - Complete program begins: 1:00 - 3:50 - 6:35 - 9:15 "Casino Royale": 1:30 - 4:20 7:05 - 9:25 MONDAY & TUESDAY- Complete program begins: 6:45-9:10 "Casino Royale": 7:00 - 9:20 WEDNESDAY - Cinema Arts Film Festival - Complete program begins: 8:00 "Julietofthe Spirits": 8;20 DIRECT FROM FACTORY NEW LIVING ROOM SUITES JUST ARRIVED America's Finest Furniture at Sensible Prices LOOK AND COMPARE Your Choice of 40 Rugs, 12x12 up to 12x18, Ready to Go- Your Choice . , , PETERSEN FURNITURE Fenton, la, We Deliver Birthdays Get Observances In Fenton Homes FENTON - The Neighborhood Birthday Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Weisbrod to celebrate her birthday. Guests were Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Roelf Miller, Mrs. Ed Schlei and Mrs. Amanda Kern. Thursday evening guests at the Eugene Huskamp home for Trudy Kay's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James, Mrs. J. Wallace Smith, Chan and James, and Mrs. Wayne Elfers, Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer attended the wedding of David Matthiesen at Glidden, Saturday evening. Thursday supper guests at the Howard Bruhn home were Mrs. Lester Theesfield, Armstrong; Everett Anvick, Calif.; Mrs. Rick Holm and Kirt, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nielsen and family, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolfe and girls were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Eugene Huskamp home. Mr. and Mrs.Duane Melingand Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Skaar home at Primghar. Saturday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. J. Wallace Smith in honor of Trudy Huskamp were Trudy and her mother, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast. Unique Party Planned Feb. 10 At Cylinder The Freedom Township Women's Club will hold its annual Farewell-Welcome Party at the Cylinder Town Hall on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. Special guests will be those who have moved into the township during the year and those who have moved away. Members are asked to bring card tables and cards, and provide a covered dish lunch. All residents of the township are invited. THOMAS"""" FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmtri and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 119-2794 RINGSTID •660006 •64-1001 166-1970 COMPLETE TELEVISION VIEWING 7 CHANNELS (PLUS P.M. RADIO) NO CONVERTER • NO ANTENNA FOR INFORMATION: ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES 616 DIAGNOl - ALGONA, IA. CALL 295-3215 FOR FREE TRIAL SMORGASBORD SUNDAY Serving from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Baked Ham Country Style Fried Chicken Meat Loaf Complete Dinner — Choice of Salad and Desserts All you can eat — $1.50 per person, children under 3 years, free. FENTON CAFE FENTON, IOWA Held Over Thru Saturday, Feb. 3 t-i"'"»' MUM MflRTIN 0! MATT HELM- THE HMBUSHERS Suggested For Mature Audiences | Adults - $1.25 Saturday Matinee - Feb. 3rd At 1:30 "THE LITTLE SHEPHERD OF KINGDOM COME" PLUS 3 CARTOONS Matron on Duty - All Seats - 50c Algona Theatre SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY - FEB. 4-5-6 CHARLES K. FELDMAN irmnli inrrui IMIM IIMM: PETER SELLERS URSULA ANDRESS DAVID NIVEN WOODY ALLEN JOANNA PETTET ORSON WELLES DALIAH LAVI ,, t*VflfJ BOfAlI lht».» wiuv li'-inj .t. hf HfftBAtPEItTj'ulTHt 11 JIM** ||U!,S Recommended for Mature Audiences CASINO ROYALE IS TOO MUCH FOR ONE JAMES BOND! BIG THfATRf COLOR SUNDAY — Continuous Shows from 1 p.m. MONDAY TUESDAY - Feature at 7:00 & 9:20 SEE THE NEW JAMES BOND MOVIE! CINEMA ARTS FILM FESTIVAL Wednesday, Feb. 7th 8 P.M. Adults-$1.25 ALGONA FFII 1 Ivl^l * HIS mis i is < OHM' I I I UN K i n i in UUET OF THE PIRITS BEST FOREIGN FILM OF

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