Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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Aloono K(H*uth County \J ^— ~~~^y*\yi locriAv Aim 11 19M —ALGONA. IOWA ^Bir W THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1966 - ALGONA, IOWA Common Courtesy Always Expected New building at h Igh school Mrs. Dvork and twin babies who | Henry Looft's. are visiting here from Texas. The Jahdl picnic afid family eunion was held last week at Tuttle lake. Ninety-one relatives were in attendance. Mrs. Manford Brock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl, has been ill. She has a blood clot in tier leg and has to be in bed for at least a couple of weeks. "When your mind goes blank -turn off the sound." "bEAR""ABBY? r My i husband says that I am "sick" and in need of a doctor because I commented on the following: Before 1 am out of the car, my husband is already in the house. When we go anywhere, my husband is already in the car "waiting" for me before I am out of the house. When we go to a restaurant, before 1 am off my chair, my husband is out of the room. Re cently, at the funeral of a relative, all the other husbands and wives were standing together ir "couples," while my husband stood 20 feet away from me. D. IN PHILLtf Dear D.: If it is "sick" to «x p«ct common courtesy, then you •re indeed "sick." DEAR ABBY: Our son enlist ed in the marine corps. We didn't hear from him tor several months, so I wrote him. He wrote back saying he would be leaving soon so 1 shouldn't write to him. 1 got worried and wrote anyway. 1 didn't hear from him so 1 wrte again. This time my letter was returned to me marked UNDELIVERED. Naturally I wanted to know why, so I called the recruiting office and they told me my son had been discharged four weeks ago. Aren't the marine corps people supposed to see to it that tae^e KI^O gee nuiue once they're discharged. 1 would like to know where that crazy kid is. NO NAME Dear No: A discharged marine is given 6 cents a mile on which to get home, but he is not provided with an "escort" to see that he gets there. If a marine doesn't go directly home, it's neither the business nor the responsibility of the marine corps. DEAR ABBY: After reading the letter signed "75 and Dumpy," whose husband was an impulsive kisser, I could not shake the urge to write. My husband was an impulsive kisser, .too, which was just one of the many ways he had of saying "I love you." Four years ago my Lusband died in Korea. I wonder if "75 and Dumpy" las any idea how much impulsive kisses can be missed, and low lonely reading, cooking, counting stitches, and watching can be when that other chair s empty. Sign me ... "44 AND LONELY" Dear "D": Altho the years with your man were too few, I'll b«t fhat you two had more happiness together than many couplet who have celebrated their golden anniversaries. CONFIDENTIAL TO "ASPIRING YOUNG WRITER": Not that I qualify for giving advice on how to become a successful writer, but the best writers have the biggest wastebaskets. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, seltaddressed envel ope. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles Cal. 90069, for Abby'* booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." Sunday guests of John, Bertha, Oscar Oleson included the Denn is Moeins, Becky and Brian, Mrs Albert Danielson and Michael Mrs. Arthur Sorenson, John am Faith, Mrs. John Nelson, all o Armstrong. The dinner honored Mrs. Clair Olson. Seneca Stais atid Ie*deM, Mr*. Nina Kracnt and gfatMldi.ttght«r iaren, and Mrs. ttobeft FttfttMMr spent the Weekend at ArnoMi Park, Okdboji. Going wefe Aflfti Menz, Rose Mary, Susirtt and Ann Fortney, Linda Kfafeht, Be* erly Jensen, Kathy,Merrill, Pat* ricia frreyer, Corrine Johnson^ Audre, Cathy and Carrie Bet« gum, and Barbara Andre. , PICTURED IS the new building which is under construction on the north side of the Algona high school. It will be used for special education classes such as remedial, reading and will be completed by the beginning of this school year. Federal funds of $10,000, furnished under the Elementary Secondary Education Act, will pay for the 26 by 30 foot structure. Lone Rock family to the Philippines Lone Rock — Mrs. Eugene Pruitt and children will leave on Aug. 15 for California, and then will fly to Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines, located south of Manilla. The Pruitt family is oining Master Sergeant Pruitt who has been stationed there since March. Mrs. Pruitt is the former Verdabelle Behrends daughter of the Ornie Behrends and has been living in Lone Rock for the past six months. The Pruitts will be stationed in the Philippines for the next year arid'a half. Style winners of Lone Rock Rockets named Lone Rock — The Lively Roc kets held achievement day Thu rsday at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The sewing achievements of the group were judged by Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca, and Mrs. Thoreson, Swea City. There were eight sewing entries includ ing skirts, dresses, housecoat, formal, etc. All entries were judged worthy of going to the Kossuth Fair. The program included a good grooming contest. Each girl modeled a dress she had made and was judged on the dress and her grooming. Winners of the contest were: .Senior, Kathy Binzen; junior, Brenda Bernhard; intermediate, Linda Doocy. Each girl brought a dessert she had made to help with the refreshments for the evening. Mrs. Rob- © —Thursday thru Saturday "Promise Her Anything" 7:00 - 10:06 "Village of the Giants" 8:48 —Saturday Kiddies Matinee Cartoons 1:30 "Smiley" 1:54 —Sunday • "Modesty Blaise" 1:30 - 3:46 6:02-8:18 The Bill Mullins left I'or home in Phoenix, Ariz., on Thursday. They had been visiting Mrs. Mullins' parents the Ralph Bierste- dts. Mrs. Mullins teaches fourth grade in Phoenix, and Mr. Mullins is employed in a bank there. ert Binzen is the leader. GRADE PUPIL PICNIC —Monday Thru Wednesday "Modesty Blaise" 7:00 - 9:16 husband's parents the Jack Quinns, Lone Rock. Mrs. A. A. Krueger visited sev eral friends and relatives on i two day trip to Minneapolis Wed nesday and Thursday. She vis ited the homes of the Theodor Thomases, Forest Lake, Minn Kermit Krueger, and the Rev Benjamin Meyers. The Ralph Bierstedts attended a family picnic at Cedar Falls Sunday. They spent Saturday at Roger Palmer's there. Mrs. W, V. Colwell, Algona, had Mrs. Jess Blanchard, Mrs. Curtis Olson, Mrs. Eugene Pruitt for an evening of bridge for Mrs. Blanchard's birthday. Mrs. Dennis Priebe had Mrs. lav. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Bylander nd son, from Linstrom, Minn., isited over the weekend. Mrs. Jylander is Mrs. Jandl's niece. Mrs. Martha Davis (an aunt), ind Mrs. Harold Koenning (cou- in), of Moorhead, Minn., came Monday evening to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ray itch. Tuesday they and the Fit- Fair exhibits for Lone Rock, Seneca, chosen Seneca —Seneca Stars held local achievement show at the Lone Rock Legion hall July 29. Hostesses were Linda Sue Kracht, Cathy Bergum, Kathy Merrill, and Ann Fortney. The group had 57 exhibits which were judged by Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht, Lakota, and Mrs. Henry Looft, to be entered in the county fair competition. Winners in the dress revue contest were Susan Fortney, junior, Barbara Andre, intermediate and Anna Menz in senior. 1 The Lone Rock Lively Rockets held achievement show at the Lone Rock Legion hall July 27. The exhibits were judged by Mrs. Cecil Thoreson and Mrs. Henry Looft. The group will enter 46 exhibits at the Kossuth fair. Dress revue winners were Brenda Bernhard, junior, Linda Doocy, intermediate, and Kathy SEE WHAT'S NEW in the LONG GREEN LINE AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR AUGUST 16 thru 19 DON'T FORGET THE BIG FREE BEEF BARBECUE THURSDAY NIGHT, AUG. 18 ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE "Your Farm Equipment Super Market" East of Algona on Highway 18 Benzin senior. VISIT IN ARIZONA The Earl Crouches went toj Casa Granda, Ariz., with their STARLITE. WED. Thru SAT. L~ iL\-u. A u*_-»jv»ci i )' vn^-j M»»V* «».« — »•*• v^aOc* vri cttiuca, r»j. uu* j w .11*11 uu^«u , ches went to Livermore to visit soll) ,the Robert Crouches, help-i relatives. They had dinner with : , mg them get settled in their new I the Ernst Raneys and called on i home. They also visited with his' DRIVE IN AUGUST 10-11-12-13 2 FIRST RUN ATTRACTIONS the Guy Raneys, Myrtle Stiltz, the Herbert Raneys and Beth Olson. Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevenson were dinner guests and Mrs. Maude Barrett of Lakota was an afternoon visitor in honor of Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Koenning. They are leaving on Friday morning for Owatonna, Minn., where they will visit other relatives and friends. On the way here, the ladies visited the Donald Raneys at Butterfield Minn., and were dinner guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk hill and family, Mr. and Mrs Dick frunkhill and family, Mr « , TT u „», Mrs. Dennis Priebe naa M Mrs Lawrence Newbroug^ E p itt and famil at rs Plnrpnrfi Behne.. Mrs.. Art ,.°__ ,,,_., j... /-m „ Mrs Florence Behne,. Mrs Art ^ - er Wcdnesday . other guests Priebe, teachers at the Lone he j. Marlows and Jim Rock grade school, took the chi - Srhmifit _ Kiddie's Matinea SAT. AUG. 13— 1:30 P.M. ALGOMA SMILEY dren of the 4th, 5th and 6th grade classes on a picnic to Tuttle lake Thursday. There were 45 present for games and prizes. Each took a sack lunch. Mothers and guests were Mrs. Clarence Kraft, Mrs. Elmer Krause, Mrs. Alvin Cyphers, Milton Madison, Ralph Hammerstrom, Art Bergum, and Eldin Marlow and Clinton Rath. starring SN. RALPH RICHARDSON •^ JOHN McCALLUM J'CHIPS" RAFFERTY ' t LONDON FILM . lileiul by 2011) Cinluty-F« PLUS — THREE COLOR CARTOONS PICNIC IS PLANNED The Lone Rock Legion and Auxiliary will have a joint picnic Aug. 14 at the Fenton park. In case of rain it will be held at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The picnic will be a pot luck noon meal with drinks furnished by the Legion. The next meeting of the Auxiliary is Sept. 7. Schmidts. Mrs. Hattie Shaser, rural Lone Rock, fell Aug. 1 and broke her leg. She is in the hospital at Estherville, room 301. Mrs. Shaser is 86 and makes her home with her son the Albert Shasers. «»»»»»»»+»»»»»*•»»»»»»•»+ Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch ousins, the Kenneth and Roy Jakers, and the Henry Winders. 'hey returned Wednesday. The lobert Crouches, who have been iving at Ida Grove, where he has been .teaching English, has accepted a similar position at Casa Granda. Ronald Behrends, CPA employed at Auburn, visited Vernon Wilberg one day before Vernon's wedding. Ronald was unable to attend the wedding. The Clarence Genriches and three daughters, rural Titonka, moved last week to the farm southwest of Seneca where the Marlin Wegeners formerly liv- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood. Jean and Randy, visited last. Sunday evening in the home of Mrs Wood's brother, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Von Bank at Whittemore THURS. Thru SAT. AUGUST 11-12-13 SEVEN ARTS-RAY SlA PARAMOUNT PICTURES p-esent ALGOMA and Mrs. Clarence Diers anc family of Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Hanford Brock of Woden came to help Tony Jandl celebrate his birthday, which was July 22. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl had a call from their daughter (Lavina) Mrs. George Sengbusch of Milaca, Minn., telling them that her husband, George Sengbusch ad met with a very serious ac- ident, when he slipped while aling hay and injured his head. Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy, were Tuesday morning isitors in the home of Mrs. Eliabeth Kennedy and afternoon visitors of Mrs. Ralph Carlson. Mrs. Edward Harms of Titonka was a Thursday afternoon visitor in the Dwight Ruse home Mrs. Rosa Ollom and Mrs. Ver .a Mortensen from St. Paul Minn., were guests in the Tony Jandl home from Sunday to Thursday. ed. The farm is now owned and operated by the Leonard and Joe Maddens. Mr. Genrich is employed by Bob Mitchell in the implement store at Fenton. The Jack Loofts, Sara and Tom, Rochester, Minn., spent the early part of the week at Mrs. Maude Blanchard had her 85th birthday at her home with guests Mesdames Frank Flaig, Carl Peterson, Jack Quinn, Ruth Krueger, Henry Schroeder, Jim Long, Andrew Thomsen. Mrs. Willard Quinn, Castro Valley, Calif., and baby Tara returned home this week after visiting relatives in the area, in- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret were Sunday dinner guests in the parental P. W Marlow home. The Meisters anc Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and baby were Sunday evening supper guests. Catherine Trunkhill and Jan ice Trunkhill came a few day early and brought a birthda cake for their grandfather (Tony Jandl. They cut the cake anc gave the men helping bale hay a serving. This was Wednesday . Mrs. Tony Jandl of Titonka and Mrs. Clarence Diers of Ban croft attended the funeral o Carl Watson, Monday at Britt Iowa. Mrs. Jandl and Mrs. Dier also attended the funeral of Mr Jandl's nephew, John Lock, a Mallard, Iowa, Friday. Mrs. Robert Wood visited i the S. R. Parson home Thursda morning, also visiting (Barbara Typewriters + Rental + Service + Sales We have • complete Typewrit*! Service — Rental of used m» chides, service for ALL me- ' :hirids and sales of new and used ypewriters. BpvSULilVAN 'iBMELCHIOR.lOUIS M.HEYWARO-ifl MEICHMR-MA8IO BAVA'FUWIO LUClSWO STARLITE FBI. & SAT. ONLY AUGUST 12-13 DRIVE-IN AUGUST 12 Everybody Is A Winner MOVE FUN WHSN THEYSEE... SCHOOL and OFFICE SUPPLIf i NO ONE ADMITTED WHILE THE COFFIN IS BEJNG OPENED I ll'illg X d.CLI'l V**« *•» v**v* ***• »*»«| •»».*»——-» o - eluding Mrs. Quinn's father, P. and the girls could not get a M. McNertney, Bancroft, and her way Friday, which was his birth- ft.*:.:t: f/ O'eiKbi SaeeiSlofU^to^ii'tiy f ms s- ,>,- -_, -, Wtt RUBIN-ARIHURHILK-WLLIWPEPBLATTY mwx^w-:- ;«v:.\; ?-.*-•; m^ SECOND FEATURE TEEN-AGERS ZOOM TO SUPERSIIE AND TERRORIZE A TOWN! SUN. Thin WED. AUGUST 14-15-16-17 ...the v/ertei's deadliest TERENCE STAMP • DIRK BOGARDE HARRY ANDREWS... I MICHAEL CRAIG] See You At The Fair! See The Latest In Farm Equipment FEATURING • Minneapolis-Moline • Brady • New Idea • Hsider • Blair PLAN NOW TO ATTEND! Buscher Bros. Implement 1015 N.Main Algona/ Iowa inCOLOIUoVISTASCOPE PLUS NO DEMONOPHOBIACS* ADMITTED! VINCENT PRICE Nathaniel Hawthorne's * People Who Have Irut'Onal Fears Of The Supernatural M.i/ Not Be Granted Poi mission To View nils Shocking Picture! TECHNICOLOR u^

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