Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1966 ALOONA ((•*•) AOVANC§-J «i < t Hi i HIM ii tin i n H m M H n 11 HIM MI n n n Around Algona ftfONIETA DIDRIKSEN Mr. .and Mrs. John Maurer, of Midland, Tex., visited Monday With Mrs. Fred Pannkuk where they were luncheon guests. Mrs, Clyde Ridenour, Roches' ter, Minn., visited her mother, Mrs. W. J. Payne, from Tuesday of last week to Sunday and attended the funeral of her uncle, John Beiser, on Thursday morning. Meantime, Mr. Rideiiour and the children were at Okoboji for a family reunion with his mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson drove to Walker, Minn., on Thursday for a few days of fishing and were expected home on Tuesday evening. Phon« 295-2605 •* l"H-M"h+4"H-l--t"H"l I"H-H- •M-t St. Ann for a ruptured appendix. The Claude Houghs are moving Saturday into Mrs.. Frank Ostrum's tenant house which had been occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Veldhouse and two children who are moving to Minneapolis. Ronald had been employed as a linotypist at the Advance shop. Mr. Hough works at Weidenhoffs and his wife at the telephone office. J. D. Cash is recovering from an emergency operation per- Charlene LaBarre is driving to Dututh today to attend the vvwa- ding of friends on July 2, and plans to return Sunday to prepare for her own wedding July 9, to John Connelly, of Denver, who is employed by Shell Chenv ioal there. She was guest of honor yesterday at a shower at the Country Club/ Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingel, and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen attended the Looft family reunion held Sunday at Swea City. Mrs. Antone Johnson left by bus Tuesday for Cedar Rapids. There she is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller and a third sister is coming with her daughter from Miami to join them, so three of the five sisters will be together. Mrs. Johnson expects to oe away a week or so. Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham wife and two children also were there. Janet Scuffham accompanied Leann Helmefs to Pilot Knob where a reunion of the Helmers family was held at that state park. Dr. and Mrs. M. G< Bourne went to Chicago last weekend where the doctor is attending a medical meeting and they will also take a short vacation, being away two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pingel and two children hit Saturday for Devils Lake, Wis., where they are spending a week. Bob is on vacation iioin JaC.\ s U Tire Service. After a visit of several weeks here, Mrs. Alice Ditsworth left Tuesday for her home at Kalispell, Mont., going by train from Mason City where she was taken by her sister, Mrs. Arthur Jackman. The two women had spent the winter together in the southwest and Mrs. Ditsworth had vis ited at Mrs. Jackman's since their return. William Beiser, called here for the funeral of his father John, Sr., is remaining with his mother through this week. Wil Ham teaches in a private high school in New York City. NOW SHOWINO AT ALOONA TH6ATRI James Stacey pre he is .sleep-walking when he i 4-H News discovered on the girls' side, of >the ski hostel in "Winter A-Go-Go," exuberant new Columbia Pictures release in color. Starred with Stacey in the film are William Wellman, Jr., Beverly Adams, Anthony Hayes, Jill Donahue, Duke Hobble and Tom Nardini. ©23 Bob Farnham, Chris Conn, Greg Betts and Dennis Miller accompanied Richard Palmer on a attended the 16th annual reun-! recent trip to Florida on which ion of the Yorks (Mrs. Scuif-' sightseeing and education were ham's mothers family), held on combined. They arrived home a Sunday at McHose park in I week ago Monday after an ab- formed Tuesday of last week at Boone. Jim Scuffham with his sence of two weeks, during which they stayed longest at _ Daytona Beach and Sarasota. FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT 9 P.M. Rain Postponement — Races Will Be Held Following Friday Night FEATURING The Midwest's 'Newest' and 'Fastest' 1/2 Mile High Banked Race Track MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. THIffiS. Thru SAT. JUNE 30-JULY 1 -2 ALGONA SPECIAL CHILDREN* J»HOW Saturday July 2 at 1:30 "Apache Uprising" Plus 4 Color Cartoons SUN. Thru WED. ALGONA JULY 3-4-5-6 Continuous Shows Sunday from 1:30 — Mon. Mat. at 1:30 p.m. GEORGE VOSKOVEC • RUPERT DAVIES • CYRIL CUSACK and '•«•'""•«"••""" i. •«•»'.,», >.,».». MM*'-me SPt PAUL DEHN and GUY TROSPCR • IN TOM im coio- >, JOHN u CAW V.H EI•»!».•<[.•<.! SOLMFUN • A SALEM PRODUCTION MARTIN RITT Dennis's brother Scott accompanied Mr. Palmer on a summer trip two years ago. The four boys in the party will all be sen- ors in the fall. Don Frederick, Wilbur Zeig- .er, Robert Black and Hugh Black left Saturday noon for Kille Lacs Lake taking Hugh's Taller, and remained there fishing till Tuesday. —Thursday and Friday — "Apache Uprising" 7.03 -10:52 "King Rat" 8:40 —Saturday Children's Matinee Cartoons 1:30; "Apache Uprising" 2:01 ;:;-... ,, —Saturday T "Apache Uprising" 7:03 -10:52 "King Rat" 8:40 ' —Sunday "Spy Who Came In From Cold" 1:33 • 4:52 - 8:14 "Winter A-Go-Go" 3:27 - 6:49 10:11 —Monday "bpy vVho Came In From Cold" 1:33-8:35 "Winter A-Go-Go" 3:27 - 7:03 10:25 —Tuesday and Wednesday "Winter A-Go-Go" 7:03 - 10:25 "Spy Who Came In From Cold" 8:35 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thompson of Des Moin.es, brought the lat ter's mother, Mrs. Albin Spong berg, home Saturday afternoon Mrs. Spongberg had driven to Davenport with her son Vernor and his wife on Memorial day She remained there for thre weeks, then came to Des Moine* tended a sales meeting lasl weekend at Pequot Lakes, Minn. also went to Portland for the Ki wanis International session. Dorothy Butts arrived Tues day evening of last week, driv ing her car from Washington D. C. She will remain for a time with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Butts, and assist her nio- and remained a weak z>t her I ther in caring for Mr. Butts, daughter's. The Thompsons plan to stop again in Algona this weekend en route to a vacation Mrs. Mrs, Mrs. Chas. Patterson drove to Chicago Heights on June 16 and remained till the following Mo.i- day at the home of her son Wendall whom she reports to bo slowly improving and now able to walk some without help. David Phillips arrived Saturday for a tariff visit with his mother Mrs. Kitty Phillips. He had been in Rochester, N. Y., where he read a paper b3fore a Physics Conference and was enroute back to California when his mother met him at Mason City. David will receive Physics at the his Ph. D. in University in Berkeley this fall and in October he will become an assistant professor at the University of California branch in Santa Barbara, His wife, too, is working for her doctorate at Berkeley, hers, in Chemistry. The Dwaine Lighters with their three sons, daughter Ann, and a friend of hers, Pam Peterson, of Esther ville, recently drove to the Black Hills, taking a trailer, and vacationed from Thursday to Sunday. Four Algona couples: Mr. and Victor Parsons, .George Towers, IX-~™rj«i. Mr. Mi 1 . •RiiJBj* n^ o v».~»~j •.—». ».-.—; Tsnkbn*Peircs, and the Al Agones spent last weak at Baudette, Minn., on Lake of the Woods, and returned home Saturday evening. They found fishing very good. When Parsons arrived home they found their son ere: the deceased's sister, and usband, Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'ane, Eldon; their son, Keith 'ane, Des Moines; a sister-in- aw, Mrs. Corda McClure, with ons Glenn and Kenneth with heir wives, Bloomfield, and Dr. . D. Smith, M.D., Des Moines. W. C. Irelan's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clellan Irean, a sister and her husband, read by a n Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Blanker the projects. vorn, Bloomfield; and a sister- n-law, Mrs. Cliff Irelan, Newton Among 'the Middletons were lobert's mother, Mrs. Guy J. Middleton, her sister, Mrs. Lesie Archerd, Mr. and Mrs. Frank memb Middleton, all of Clarion; Mr. game. and Mrs. Richard Middleton, of Belmond. Friends who came from away were: Harry Murphy and Miss Edna Murphy, Blairsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Silas Banwart and their sons' families, all of whom are tenants on Irelan's farms; and Betty Kohlhaas-Brand, Clarion. Mr. Irelan is still critically ill at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. There is much surgical work to be done when he is able to stand it. No visitors are allowed and he was not informed till Sunday •evening of his wife's death. It is thought that Mrs. Irelan's remains will be taken to Riverside for burial a bit later on. Serving as pallbearers at the service Monday morning were L.. S. Muckey, E. L. Wolcott John Kohlhaas, Jack Chrischil and les, Frank Middleton, Clarion and Kenneth McClure, Bloom•field." 1 Mrs'.''Mld'dleton -named a's honorary bearers for her mother: W. J. Fuller, Spencer; Bernard L. Main, Mason City; Cliff Irelan, Newton; and Russell Bu- CRESCO CHUMS The June cookout meeting of the Cfesco Chums 4-H club met at Call State park. Roll call was answered by 15 members by "My favorite outdoor recrea* tion." Sheila Frideres gave a report on "Conference." Talks were given by Edna and Marian Frideres on "Stay stitching and darts," Becky Buscher on "Let's practice posture," and Diane Hoethler on "Care of teeth." Mrs. Edna Frideres was a guest. The June Workshop of the Cresco Chums 4-H club was held at the home of Susan Smith. Roll call was answered by 15 members by "What you may bring to the achievement show." Demonstrations and talks were given by Sharon and Mariyn Roethler on "Making and attaching a collar," and Susan Smith on "Why use interfacings and application." Guests were Mrs. Virgil Roethler and Mrs. Lawrence Besch.— Sheila Frideres, reporter. THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY JUN£ 30-JULY 1-2-3 DRBVE1N WHITTEMORE BOYS The Whittemore Boys 4-H There nev/er was a man ALAN •MANOON WIU9C «« JACK PALANCC olub held their annual club tour on Tuesday, June 14. During the tour the entire club traveled to each member's home and saw his projects. Information was read by a member concerning At 6:30 that evening each member, accompanied by his family, gathered at St. Michael's school grounds for a picnic supper. Afterward: many of the members participated in a bail ttlOft BY DclUXE • CINEMASCOPE SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY, JULY 2 IRVINGTON IDEALS Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at the St. Benedict hall June 18. Vice-President Sharon Hix presided. Five visitors were present. A discussion was held for dates for Achievement day, the July and August meeting. Demonstrations were given by Frances Jenkinson, Rachel Jenkinson and Barbra Mayer. Jim had come from Travis Air ent. Force Base, in California, on an unexpected leave and he will be here till July 5. On Sunday they drove to Spirit Lake to see their daughter Linda who is working at Crandall Lodge this summer. chanan, Algona, although none o the four was able to be pres- DOLLAR OR LESS buys a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) if yo^call after 8-p.m. or anytime on Sunday. Plus tax. Call tonight! Northwestern Be!! A HERMAN COHEN production • An ALLIED ARTISTS Picture/ SPECIAL MIDNIGHT PREVUE SUNDAY, JULY. 3 — The In Comedy of theYaar about MakkigOut! DANY"SAVAL -CHRISTIAN* SCHMIDTMER- SUZANNA LEIGH^THELMA RjTTER-} Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan and the men's mother, Mrs. Edith Buchanan, drove to Tama for the funeral on Monday afternoon of Mrs. Pauline Russell, who was a sister-in-law of the elder Mrs. Buchanan. WILLIAM WEllMAN. JR. BEVERLY ADAMS ANTHONY HAYES • Jill OONOHUE • DUKE HQBBIE Mrs, J. B. Black and two daughters, of Bellevue, Wash., near Seattle, came June 18 to visit her mother, Mrs. Chris Long, and will be here till July 5. She will also visit her brother at Esther ville. Mrs. Long entertained at a coffee Thursday afternoon for her daughter Zelda who was in school with Mrs. Harold Ros- thler, Livermore, the former Jean Clayton who was accompanied by her daughter Mary; and Mrs. Carol Jensen and daughter Cheryl, of Lone Rock. The mothers, Mrs. A. E. Clayton, and Mrs. Arthur Jackmari, were also guests. Mrs. Clint Lighter, her son Dwaine and his family picnicked Sunday at Gull Point state park, Okoboji, with Spencer 'and Superior, Wis., relatives. Mrs. Lighter's nephew, Bob Ellis, of Superior, recently received his master's degree at Rutgers University in New Jersey;and his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bliss, of Spencer, went east for his graduation. After touring Washington, IX C., and other places in the east they returned to Iowa together and met the Iowa relatives at the Sunday picnic. The elder Mrs. Lighter's granddaughter, the former Patty Peterson, and her husband, Michael Jensen and their son Mike are moving from Humboldt this week to Arvada, Colo., and Michael will be with the Weyerhauser Lumber Co., in Denver. ;J m * * • t • • ( •••*•• .••• v 'PLYMOUTH Luther Hartman, who has been at the Algona Grahams store, has been transferred to Ottumwa where he will be assistant manager at a large new Graham store. While here the Hartmans lived in an apartment at Roy Hutzell's. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bartlett left Perry by train Monday night for Portland and the Kiwanis International convention. Wes is a trustee and had to be there early for a Board meeting. His name is up for re-nomination at this meeting since two terms are allowed. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes left Sunday for the same meeting but they are driving and Bartletts expect to return home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leaneagh who at- The Lawrence Pingels drove to Mason City Friday to meet Mrs. Marie Greabert, of Chicago, at the airport. She is also visiting other relatives in north Kossuth; was a guest Sunday at the Looft family reunion held at Swea City, and will remain in this area for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Robert Middleton, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan, flew from Riverside, Calif., to Des Moines, Wednesday after learning of her mother's death and her father's critical injuries Tuesday, June 21. Mr. Middleton and the two daughters, Debbie and Becky, drove Uirough arriving at Fort Dodge Saturday afternoon. He is taking a three week vacation so they will re-main for a time at Fort Dodge and Clarion where his people live. Relatives who joined the Mid dlettons here for Mrs. Irelan's funeral on Monday morning TRAIN YEAR/50,000-MILE POWER WARRANTY* IS STRONGER... LONGER! AND HOW! # Chrysler Corporation warrants the following parts of its 1966 cars for 5 years or 50,000 miles, ' whichever comes first, during which time any such parts proved defective in material or workmanship will be replaced or repaired at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer,' without charge for such parts or labor: engine block, head and internal parts, intake manifold, ' water pump, transmission case and internal parts {exceot manual clutch), torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle and differential and rear wheel bearings. 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