Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 18
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4-ALOONA (low.y ADVANCi THURSDAY, SEPT. §, 1966 OF ALGONA -BY MOLLY M«<DONALD Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder returned recently from taking the son Bill to Atohison, Kans., Where he entered his freshman year at St. Benedict's College. Enroute the Milders visited Mr. and Mrs. Pat Daugherty in Centerville, la, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ludwig became parents for the first time on Aug. 14 with the birth of a daughter, Debra Kay. She Was born at the Emmetsburg hospital and weighed 5 Ib. 12 oz. Visitors at the W. L. Jensen home for several days last week were Mrs. A. Q. Johnson of Sioux City and Mrs. M. C. Sha.ffenber- ger of Hinton, la. The guests had attended Morningside college with Mrs. Jensen and the three taught together at one time. Mr. anci Mrs. Charles LaBarre had as their guest for two weeks - recently Mrs. LaBarre's sister, Mrs. H. S. Struble of Viri- ton, la, Mrs. Struble returned home last week Tuesday. Jtannie Milder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder, returned home Aug. 23 from spending pant of the summer at the Dr. Karl Hoffman cottage on Okoboji caring for Dr. Hoffman's grandchildren whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Al DeCrane of New York. ' * . Mr. and Mrs. Dean Prentice, Mark, John and Mary Lou visited Mrs. Prentice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wempe of Tetrill, la., recently. Out-of-town guests at the wedding Aug. 27 of Sandra Dettman and Darrell Parcel were Mr. and Mrs. James Fox of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. James Parcel of Riceville, la. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith drove Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. James Meyer, to Mason City last week Monday where she enplaned for her home in Chicago. Mrs. Meyer had been visiting the Smiths and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming of Whittemore for two weeks. Paul Seiler, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Seller, left from Mason City last week Tuesday for Soutn Bend, Ind., where he will be a senior at the University of Notre Dame. The Frank Moultons and the Leo Immerfalls became grandparents Aug. 27 with the birth of a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Immerfall of Mason City. Mrs. Immerfall is the former Kay Moulton. The baby hat, been named Kimberly. Mrs. John Deim was home for a weekend recently from Ames where she is working and taking classes at Iowa State University. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott hao as their guests over the Labor day weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bedell of Spirit Lake. Jim Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Finn, flew to California last week to visit a school friend, Herbert Manning, Jr., son of the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Manning of Santa Monica. Jim will remain on the west coast for two weaks and will also visit relatives while there. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Gunder spent the Labor day weekend vacationing in northern Wisconsin near Tomahawk. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan took their son Greg to Grinnell last week Wednesday where he is enrolled as a freshman. Mrs. John B. Clayton and three sons, of Atlanta, Ga., left Saturday, Aug. 27, for Atlanta SUN. Thru WED. SEPT. 11-12-13-14 STARLITE DRIVE IN M Tom andL%lRMa... .are side M*? by side! IUMTEDUTISTI- WHTK-KIUK WED. Thru SAT. SEPT. 7-8-9-10 STARLITE DRIVE-IN •i mm ii IIIIIH illiilllillllllllilllllllliBllllllllllllillhllinilinliilllP^^ Is this the way to make a funny movie? J you bet it is! HAROLD BHLLOU IHHWCHnniHE SECOND FEATURE MATT HELMISHOOTS THE WORKS! '"" MARTIN ,_. , . -fc , asMATTHEUrf THIS SILENCERS SPECIAL LATE SHOW SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 OLIVIA dttUVlLUND WARNS YOU: THE MANAGEMENT WARNS YOU: DONOTSEEITALONE! deiuiiiuio TRAPPED,., DEFENSELESS,,, A two week visit here with her tether, M. W. Metch. Mr, and Mri. MtMn i«y drove th*ir daughter Sally to Northfteld, Mlhh., Sunday wftefe she is enrolled at St. Olaf as a freshman. Mr. «nd Mri, 0*n« Hoed w«r* visited tecently by Mrs. Hood's sister, Mrs. C. W. Conner of Des ivtoines. Wetktnd vUitor* at tht hem* of Rev. and Mrs. William Norland recently were Mr. and Mrs. Wiliord Kolpin, Ronnie and Diane, of Estherville. Mr. and Mri. Jerry Moffitt were visited over the Labor day weekend by Mr. Moffitt's brothers, Jim and Steve Moititt 01 Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes went to Waterloo Monday to attend a family reunion there. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay were visited recently by Mr. Bay's brother and his wile, Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Bay of Sun City, Ariz. Rev. and Mrs. William Norland attended a district picnic at Okoboji for ministers and their families recently. The picnic was held at the Methodist camp. Mr. and Mrs. Steve McCall have purchased the Jim Milder home on Call street. Mr. ana Mrs. Milder have bought Mrs. Joe Greeniberg's home at 309 E. The families will move a- jout the first of October. Mr. and Mrs. William Finn ,vere notified recently that their son Jim .has been named recipient for a training award for religious leadership by the Order of Eastern Star. The Estarl Award provides a fund for religious education. Jim will begin 'his first year in the theological sem- nary at the University of Dubuque this fall. Weekend visitors at the V. L. under home recently were Mr. under's daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stoots- oerry of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood were guests of Mrs. Hood's sister, Mrs. M. J. Eisciheid in Fort Dodge re- ently. Sally Bay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay, visited her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kuehl in Millard, Neb., for a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rohlck returned home last week Monday from a two week absence during which Mr. Rohlck was in sunv mer camp at Fort Benning, Ga., with his reserve unit and Mrs. Rohlck visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Janousek in Gregory, S. D. : The Gene Hoods spent Labor day weekend in Minneapolis visiting their daughter Mary Jean. They also attended a Twins game while there. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bailer had as weekend visitors recently their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Milan Bragg of George, la. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones '»»»«»e»«e»eeeeeee«ee«»e Recent visitors at Tom Preston's were the Keith Griffiths, Panorama City, Calif. Most of their visit was at Estherville, where her mother Mrs. Joe Preston, is ill at Good Samaritan rest home. Guests recently at Mervin Johnson's were the Louis Ling- ards, Plain, Wis. They came for The Good Guys American officers in "Battl* of The Bulge" are portrayed by stars Henry Fonda and Robert Ryan in the dramatic Technicolor production for Warner Brot. Opening on Sunday at the Algona Theatre, the film also stars Robert Shaw, Dana Andrews, George Montgomery, Ty Hardin, Pier Angeli, Bar- l"r» Werle, Charles Bremen, Werner Peters, Hans Christian Blech, James MacArthur and Tolly Savalas. A Sidney Her- 1.1*11 in cukocmiion witn United states Pictures production, "Battle of The Bulge" was produced by Phillip Yordan and Milton Sperling. the Peterson-Mart Armstrong. wedding at The Mervin Johnsons recently took a niece, Delilah DeZeeuw, home to Orient, 111., after a week at the grandparents, the Truman Johnsons, and with the Mervin Johnsons. The Johnsons also visited at Owen, Wis., at Paul Isenberger's. The Otto Falks, Spicer, Minn., were recent guests at their daughter the Laurel Petersons. The Cecil Thorsens and Lloyd Thorsons attended the state fair at Des Moines. Petrea Thoreson visited her parents, the Orville Tihoresons, recently. She has been, a life guard at Walther League camp tor the summsr. She went to Ames for rush week and is an orientation leader. She will begin her sophomore year studying veterinary medicine. Mrs. Melvin Pavik and children, Chicago, were recent callers at Tom Preston's. Mrs. Lillian Gabel spent two weeks in Longmont, Colo., at her son, the Darrel Gabel's. When Darrel brought her home, her other son, Floyd and family were there for the weekend from Gmlocothe, Mo. The Ed Frerichs family visited recently with his lather, Fred Frorichs, Mankato. The Carl Frerichs, Grundy Center, and Mrs. Louise Frerichs were recent guests at Ed Frerichs home. Mrs. Louise Frerichs is a great-aunt. The Lyle Westfalls, Graettinger, were recent guests of her sister, the Ed Frerichs. Mrs. Roy Anderson left for a few days at her daughter, the Keith Riedesels, Rockiord, 111., to help care for her new granddaughter, Heide Lynn. She was born Aug. 23 and has a brother, Paul, 4. She weighed 8 Ib. 6 oz. Mrs ; . Riedesel is the former Margarr et Anderson. The Walter Magnusons traveled 5,000 miles on their trip west to see their daughter, Sharon, at Costa Mesa, Calif., and daughter, Lucille, the Everett Hon? nettes, at Denair, Calif. At Phoenix, Ariz., they spent two nights and a day visiting the Marvin Owens, who have a 32-apartment motel. The Owens lived in Swea City for a time. She was Margaret Buchann, who lived in the Wast Chain area bafore her marriage, as did Mr. Buohann. The Magnusens visited the Donald Magnusens, a nephew, at Gardena, Calif., and with Mrs. Pearl Jensen, a Buchann girl also, at Tacoma, Wash., and at the Martin Cromwell's, Seattle, and saw the Space Needle. The Richard Magnusens were also there. At Everett Honnette's, at Denair, the Jerry Ericksons, East Chain, were also there. They met the Wayne Jorgonsens at Wall, S. D. They visited John Swensen, student pastor at the Swea City Immanuel Lutheran church a few years ago. He is married now, and a girl, Kristine Loudse, was born the night the Magnusens were there. This was at Canyon City, Colo. The Albert Andersons, Jenni fer and Jerry, visited cousins, the Virgil Petersons, at New Brighton, Minn., and spent YORKy/ves you real all-purpose grain drying usefulness. The York Grain Drying System gives you the best buy for each dollar invested. With York you'll handle your grain drying chores faster, easier and with less grain damage, The York System was proved on the farm .,. de« signed and engineered by grain drying specialists, iii today for a demuustratiou. YORK GRAIN DRVING ADO HANDLING SYSTEMS Algona Implement Co. —Thursday and Friday "Don't Worry We'll Think of a Title" 7:00 - 9:54. "Incident At Phantom Hill" •>•{•;; • 8:23. —Saturday "Don't Worry We'll Think of a Title" 1:33 - 7:03 - 9:54 "Incident At Phantom Hill" Hill" 2:53 - 8:23. —Sunday "Battle of The Bulge" 2:00 3:00 - 8:00. —Monday Thru Wednesday "Battle of The Bulge" 7:00 10:00. few days at the Peterson cottage at Isle Lake. Danny Anderson and Lyle Thompson visited the Dells of Wisconsin on a recent weekend. The Francis Sullivans were Sunday visitors at Joe Salic's, at Guckeen, Minn.; for birthdays. ANNIVERSARIES — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Foster of Greenfield were honored at a recaption on the occasion of their 65th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bodensteiner of Ossian celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Aug. 21. Officers for Burt classes are Sept. 3 from Mctcy hospital it Mason City. , The Henry Andersons, Logan, visited last week with Mrs. Lottie Isenberger. they brought her home; after a month at their home in Logan. The Aaron Kleibers, of Hum- Burt — School band officers are: President* Norma Harms; vice, Charlotte Lappe; sec., Char' lene Lappe; treas., Diann Miller. Class officers are — Seniors: President, Norma Harms; v. p., Linda Meyer; sec., Diane Hoppus; treas., Paillette Arend. On the council are Joyce Baumgard, Nancy Ackerman. Class sponsors are Thomas Herrick and Dean James. Juniors — President, Linda Becker; vice, Deborah Stenzel; sec., Sandra Ortman; treas., Debra Kohlhaas. Council, Tom Lien- ter, Linda Becker. Sponsors, Harley Hanson, Deanna Campbell. Sophomores — Pres., Howard Batt Jr.; vice, Diane Person; sec., Janet Becker; treas., Patricia Sheirbon. Council, Donna Larson and James Ruhnke. Sponsors, Richard Campney and Fred Hilton. Freshmen—Pres., Mark Cranston; vice, Jill Smith; sec., Marcia Soderberg; treas., Marilyn Cherland. Council, Danny Konl- rtaas. Sponsors, Paul Espe and Connee Espe. Eighth grade — Pres., Franklin Becker; vice, Marilyn Person; sec., Rebecca Cranston; treas., Vicki Westling. Council, Kevin Fraser and John Chapman. Sponsors, Larry Coney and Charleen Brace. Seventh grade — Pres., Robert Devine; vice, Roger Sarchet; sec., Carol Sill; treas., Craig Giddings. Council, Howard Eimers and Cynthia Soderberg. Sponsors are Richard Strouse and Waldo Kruse. SCHOOL ELECTION School board election will be held at the Burt town hall from noon to 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12. Up for re-election are directors for 3-year term Ronald Jurgens and Ronald Gardner, and for treasurer is H. E. Rachut for two year term. boldt, were guests Mrs. B. E Miller. recently of The Harold Reimers family, of Humboldt, Mrs. B. E. Millet and Mrs. Ann Reimers had a picnic Aug. 31 at the Burt park. Enrollment at Burt Community school is 271, 78 in 9th thru 12th grades, and 193 kindergarten thru 8th grade. Mrs. Nell Opheim, Sexton, was a guest Wednesday of Mrs. Bur- naciine Opheim. The F. L. Ryersons, Selina Clifton and Lulu Hawcott visited Thursday in Rockwell City with Mrs. Edna Staley Crain, a former resident of Burt. Jolly Ten club met recently with Mrs. Charlotte Habeger for a corn roast. All members were present but Mavis Johnson. Shirley Habeger and Lori were guests. The Duarie Habegefs and Mrs. Charlotte Habeger spent Sunday in Humboldt to see the 6 Ib. adopted daughter who came to the Richard Furst home Aug. 26 from the Hill Crest Children's Services, Dubuque. Her name is DeAnna Marie Furst. AUCTION AT AUSTIN, MINN. . All pffiV'VffflAiM NAtToNAl imOW°SHOW TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1968 tun p.m.-Himpshlr*, Polind China (KM p.m.-Chiittr White, Ouroc WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 19M 4:00 p.m.-ltrhshir*, Yorkthlr* (M p.ffl.-ltndrMi, Spot TopQuplity..Jrfrnttiv»Prl(«j I |; : Football Trip MINNESOTA VIKINGS vs. Perry Steward, Montezuma, spent the weekend at home. Walter Steward returned home -hose. It's great for your ego. No other stockings in the world feel like Supp-hose Regular by Now you can feel good while your legs feel good. Supp-hose Regular give your legs maximum support and comfort. Plus the fashionable look you love. And'Supp-hose Regular wear and wear and wear. Wear Supp-hose Regular the next time you want to look'and feel your best. Your legs wih look great. But'mpre important your ego will feel great top, C^ly $4»95 a pair rise liilles BALTIMORE COLTS Sunday, Sept. 18 — Tickets $15 Per Person — Couples Invited FOR RESERVATIONS CALL — 295-3257 or 295-5253 : Sponsored by Hagg-Turner American Legion Post ALGONA LIMITED ENGAGEMENT SUN. - MON. • TUES. • WED. SEPT. 11-12-13-14 3 COMPLETE SHOWS SUNDAY AT 2 — 5 — 8 P.M. MONDAY • TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY SHOWINGS AT 7 & 10 P.M. HRSTHME IT POrUlM PRICES! Warner Bros! super action show of shows! BATTLED BULGE w MONiimr- IY mm • CHARLES mm • m mm 'Battle Of The Bulge" Admission Prices Adults — Sunday and Evenings SI.25 Children — Anytime 50c THURS. Thru SAT. SEPT. 8.9 • 10 ALGONA ... A Wild, Howling J?omp with those TV Clowns from thej Dick Van Dyke Show...A Movie So Cr«azy...They Wad No Name fop It...But... Dont Worry, We'll Think Of A TITEE SI..* MOREY AMSTERDAM ROSE RICHARD MARIE-DEACON *—/%/$--' A GALAXY OF TV lAFFFAVOftlTCa'.j lHNTEO ARTISTS „ WAIF TIL voy SEE k JANUARY, ' Ft*. FOR r-H RILLS! ROBERT DAKWWEA

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