Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1966 · Page 6
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fer given ,"•> c' ^, ft [Ml-* I ' ineca a recent ! Seneca — Margaret Nielsen Rude, Poaahomtas, was given a post-nuptial shower Saturday at &. Pauls Lutheran church. Guests were registered by 'Mrs. 6—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, OCT. 3, 1*66 eiv.Tra,. s , ' CbrSages 'tare presented 18 fchV noVjidree,' her mother, Mrs, Carl Nielsen, sielei 4 , Eileen, Mrs. Ordcoft GfflhC Austiii, aunts, MrS, Leonard Steen, NortiiWood, and Mrs. Henry Larsen, Swea City; Mrs. "Fred Eficksen, wh6 also assisted with opening the gifts, and the EUde daughter, Joni. ' ' : Mrs. Delores Jensen Hovick had the program. Mrs, Henry Lo.eft gave devotions and Mrs. R. A. Busch, Rlngsted, a reading, A, g.w»ijp of girls from the ftiftg- gh school ssfig, and 'Mrs. 'gave'a reading afld de- scriptive'£osmr x ' " ' ( ' Helping opafl gifts were Susan Ericksert, Delores ttovick afld Jonl Rude, Aunts, Mrs. Leonard ?Laert and a sisbr, Eileett Grant, poured coffee. ALGONA — T H E A T R E — Sunday through Wednesday,_October 2-3-4-5 „ ...... ..'.......Elvis Presley in "Paradise Hawaiian Slylt" Thursday through Tuesday, October 6-7-8-9-lO-n " Dick Van Dyke in Walt DUnty't • "LI. Robin Crusoe, USN" "Run Appaloosa Run" Wednesday through Tue.day, Oct. 12.13-14-15-16-17-18 ELIZABETH TAYLOR RICHARD BURTON in "Who's Afraid of Virtfnla WooH?" V/ .' '„ <^j.'- .r v'_ .-'„ v* «' *••.;*, liX "•! * •ii.itjStKti.'tf ' tftjh** »''•"««-«>«i> i« ulli M._, T - 'i — important exception: No one under 18 will be admitted unless accompanied by parent. Saturday Kiddies Matinee, October 15 "Gladiators 7" plus 3 cartoons Wednesday through Saturday, Oct. 19.20-21-22 YUL BRYNNER in "Return of the 7" Sunday through Wednesday, Oct. 23-24-25-26 Jack Lemmon —7 Tony Curtis — Natalie Wood in "The Great Race" . Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 27-28?29 .' . . • Ann Margaret in "Made In faris" Bjil Williams in "Space Flight Of IC-1" Saturday Kiddies Matinee Oct. 29 *Sa^^ ; PLUS 2 CARTOONS f Saturday Midnight Show, Oct. 29 < Ray Milland ini , "Premature Burial" .»•'..'• .-— - plus — _ ''":. • . ', >•' ',. '•• -••-' .- •• ,'•'• ' John Neviiie in • i •',.•_•'" '• '•;.- -••"•' "UneartW» Slrang»r" Sunday through Wednesday, Oct. 30-31 - Nov. M-2 ' James Coburn in : "What Did You Do In The War DaWy?" OCTOBER NATIONAL MOVIE MONT induded Maddam,ca! Cliris Lonen, Eugene Peterson, Robert, P. Peterson, Alfred Petersen, Olaf .Oftedahl, Lyle England, .Herman Gable,, Fred Johannesen, Morris Berkness, Henry Loon, LoWis Breese, Rtte- sell Kauffman, Elmer Hannisch; all of the Saneca area; also Mrs, Stanley Jensen, Mrs, George Taft, .Mrs. Donald Hoein, Mrs. R. A. Busch, Mrs, Dick Larsen, Mrs. Marvin Cordeman, Mrs, Duane Hovickj Mrs. flJorman Larsen and Mrs. Henry Jensen of the Ringsted and Armstrong area, Margaret Nielsen, daughter of the Carl Nielsens and Duane Rude, PocahontaSi were married August 6 at St. Pauls Lutheran church at Ringsted. They are Uv- ing on a farm near Pocahontas. She is teaching 4th grade in the Pocahomtas school. . OFFICERS NAMED ' Sentral high school students have elected class qf ficers. The freshmen elected Linda Doocy, pres., Gary Laabs; vice, Diane Uthof, sec., and Lynette Johnson, treas; Linda . Doocey, Jill Breese and Daine Luedtke to student council. Sophomores elected Jolene Gangestad, pres., Mary Dawn Eldright, vice, Paula Wiener, sec., and Wayne Fedder- ron, treaS; Jolene Gangsted, Monifca Teresko and Ross Johnson to student council. Teresa Voigt is junior president, Jim Voigt, vice, Betty Wehrspan, sec. aiii'd 1 Gene Hartman, treas., Marlin. - Berkland, Mary -Ellen Dtts- worth, arid. Teresa Voigt, student council.; Tom Strcucker was elected president of the senior class, Bill Hassel, vice, Rita Luedtke, sec., Ron Rpcken, treas., Tom Streucker, Mike Lee and Mary Lou Larsen, student council. HAS 86th BIRTHDAY ,/:Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue ; spent Sunday at Mrs. Kathryn Dpege's, Algona, for her 86th birthday. Mi'S.Doege, who has : not been in the best of health recently was feeling somewhat better and was able to sit up for a few minutes and visit with the numerous friends and ; relatives who remembered her on her birthday. BAND AT AMES : : 1! The Sentral high school band went to Ames last Saturday and participated in -the 13th annual ?alls. Mrs,/Helen Willianll ot Ptovideflia ^vas also pYe«- efft. They.atsd aititended the Cat tie CortgielJi ait ' ' West Bend youth weds JANE MABRY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mabry of Bloomington, 111;, and Dean P. Cuplin, sort of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Cuplin of West Bend, were married Saturday, Sept. 3, in the Shipley chapel of the First Methodist church at Iowa City. Rev. G. E. Peckham of West Bend officiated. A recep; tion for wedding guests was held,at the Old Capitol Inn after the ceremonies. The couple is now at home lit Iowa City after a wedding trip to Colorado. The bride t* a senior in the University, majoring in Elementary and Special Education and Psychology and the groom is also a senior there, majoring in business administration. . " ' '',-', Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw ter of Mgona visited Sunday, at the Ifiome of their toother and wife/ Mr. tnd, Mrs. R. C.- Welter. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdrnan spent' the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gkyre, Mr. and Mrs. George Guenther\and family and Mrs. Katherine Han r sen were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram in honor of the birthday of Mr. Glawe. Mrs. Lizzie Gorton of the rest- view home in Britt, Mrs. Martin Thompson and Mrs. Herb Mewes of Kanawha visited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs, Jesse Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence of Fort Dodge visited ,Monday With Mrs. Esther Kouba. Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen visited Sunday with her -'mother, Mrs, Clara Wolf in LuVerne. Deanna Sloan was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and. Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen. ,' A daughter, Ginger Lou, was born Sept. 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Meyers at Ackley. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Fleming of Manchester, Ohio, arrived Saturday for a visit with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming. Weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fleming and family.antUJean Fleming of Moirtes, Sunday guests were Mr; and Mrs. Wayne Fleming of Guttenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Will, Mrs. Lea Gildner in Minneapolis. , Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock spent file weekend at the Don Dunfee home in Waterloo .and attended the Cattle Congress. Marilyn ftaawn of Webster City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kratiss. ' Lester (Bud) Foley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foley, left Mon day for service. Mrs. Addle Hamm ' and her daughter, Mrs. Art Kraft of Renwick attended the funeral Friday of Sari Benton' at EJagJe Grove.' ' s \ 1: ; ; ; ! ". ".. ! •".''"' ' ' Lt. and Mrs. Thomas Mullins of California arrived at.,the John Mullins home Sunday, where they will .visit a few weeks. Torn lias just returned from duty in Viet Nam. Enroute to Corwith they visited his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. William Mullins at Phoenix, Ariz. iMr. and Mrs. Steve Agard of Mankato, Minn., spent the weekend at the home of her parents, MrV and Mrs. Freid Will. Mr., and Mrs. Carrol Grani visited his mother, Mrs. C. E. Cram at the Darwin Morris home at ' „' attended tfie republican dinner at Algona ort Monday-Bind heard S-anator Jack Miller speak. Mr, andJMrs. ttela Yeoman and family enjoyed Sunday dinner at Gary felbsrt home" in Klehf- me, "'"'", Mrs. Phil Puffer and Anna Meyers Werfe Saturday gueoU at a birthday .dinner at the Verle Elmore home ill Algona in honor of Mrs. L. W, Gillespie. * John Widen, student at the Dunnwoody Institute, Minneapolis, spent' the weekend visiting Corwith relatives and Mends. .Mr,, and Mrs. Lao Elbert visited Friday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Hanson at the Turner nursing home at Armstrong. Sunday Afternoon callers at the Jack Shipman home were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shimimel anc Jim of Aberdeen, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shipman and family, Mrs. William Shipman and family, Mrs. Esther Kouba and Mrs. Wiffie Brown and Mrs. Edna Mae Reese of MarshaUtown. ' Albert Johnson attended the Tri-County Creamery meeting at Whittemore Saturday. ' Mr. and Airs. Lee Williams and Mike Geary were Sunday dinner guests at the Oral McCullougih man home in Forest City. Afternoon and callers were Mr. and Mrs.' El- Check-up high school band day.The mass- andJohn Sample of Des Moines. wood Geary and Pam, Mrs. Christina Caskey and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller. .Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert left by train from Perry Monday evening for Inglewood, Calif., to at tend the wedding of their son Dean to Florence Dietrick, Oct. INSTALLED — At the 140th session of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Order of Odd Fellows held in Philadelphia last. month, Knoxyille's A. M. Black was installed as its Sovereign grand master. LohrvUter Sunday guests at the Ben ed bands performed during the half-time- of- the: game between ISU and Oklahoma. Approximately 77 students from Sentral made the trip. The Sentral band will enter the band festivals at Estherville and Algona. Queen candidates for the festivals were chosen last week. Cheryl Berk land.was chosen as Algona band queen,' Vickie Elmers, Estherville band queen and Mary Lou Lar sen, the Mason Oity band queen. SENECA STARS MEET Saneca Stars met with Ann, Roseimry and September 12. Susan Fortney Kathy Merrill presided. Carrie Bergum report cd on her 'trip to Junior Camp at Madrid. Ann Fortney and Linda Sue Kracht reported on district 4-H camp at Clear Lake They met at the leader, Nina Kracht's Tuesday to complete record books. The books .were to be judged Tuesday evening. " DOW Phone 295-3762 FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAILY S23'fA$T STATE East End Grocery ALGONA, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and Danny, of Industry, Mr and tfrs. Charles Brown and girls of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lenz and Randy and- Mrs: Viola Brdivn were all guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. Eldon Reddle .and family a;t Riceville. Mr. and Mrs, Aiihur Livingston visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf in Algona. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening, Got. 4, at the home of Mrs. C, B. Robinson with Mrs. Frank Rockwood and Mrs. Ray Perkin assisting. Jane Nail, of Des Moines, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Marion Nail. Mrs. Winnie Brown and Edna Mae 1 Reese of Marshalltown spent the weekend with Mrs. Esther KdltM. **' '• '"'•'•••" '" . ' " : : ~ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Des Moines spent the weekend' With Mr, and Mrs. 6r- viUe Anderson and Mrs, Marion Nidi.-- ,-" •':"-*• '••'.. - .. '•& Edward Mettille, brother of Mrs, Harry Foley and Mrs. Mary Rockwood, has just returned from Viet Nam, a,nd is visiting them for a month. -, Eugene Livingston returned to his hipme from the Hancock Me- rnorial hogpjtaj, Britt, Mrs. Trlentje Sluik has so^ her home to Juan Avila and she has purchased a home at Britt and moved there, Mrs, Puane Heinen and infin> daughter returned to fr<>m th^ BeJmond hospital. M^-. and Mrs. Mick Will o| MarghaHtown and Mr, and Mr*. Roger Will of Minneapolis spenj the weekend With tiw Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Mr, an4 Mrs. Earl Gjersted visited his father, Guy Gjersted ft •the Luthtrao hospital in Fort Dodge Supt^y. Ed Nail returned to his tli§ Ye^rans hflspitai Krebs home were Mr. ,and Mrs. Don Krebs .and family of Cedar Hapids, Mr. and Mrs. Birney Krebs and family and Mrs. Augusta Krebs of Lake Park. Gary; Oxley of Dallas, Texas; is spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley. On Sunday they were guests at the Gene Oxley home at Cediar ALGONA TONIGHT — TUES. — WED. OCT. 3-4-5 ' POLAR Permanent "1 ' V VAf^, «; ^^ ANTI-FREEZE 1.49 WITH'RUST, INHfBITOR ,, -NONE BITTER- Tested and Approved by State Bureau of Inspection and Licensing 50-50 Mix Protests to % 34 Below Zero GALLON IN YOUR OWN CONTAINER Pifinount Pictunt Prtstnti EU/tSPRESLEV STARTS THURSDAY 6:00 P.M. SEE US FOR THE NEW United C.D. Motor Oil The ONE OIL FOR USE in ears, trucks, tractors, gasolint, L.P. and diesel engines. No finer motor oil made. • Exceeds car manufacturer's Test Sequences • Exceeds MIL-2104B Specifications • Recommended for the most severe heavy duty, gasoline, L.P., and Diesel engine service. WE HAVE ALL THE GRADES OF HYDRAULIC MLS FOR EVERY MAKE TRACTOR •,.'"' ' •'•' •.' • •' • '•-..'••.'•• • " '''„>* .'•"'•' "' See Us About Your Farm Grease Needs! Mr. ?n4 Mrs. JCeith Pierce an4 family have rented the house vft- cfte4 by Mr. and Mrs. John K^ mer an4 have moved in. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary and family visited Sunday at $$ home of Mr. and Mi-s. Oiial VI& Cullough in -Forest City. Ray Perkin returned to Ms home fr»»vttje University nospj- tal, Irnva City, fo^owing siUM- ery. Robert Welter of Mfeson City visited Monday with his parents, MJ, ana Mr§. R. c. w^r. 'Misses Edith and DeUs We*- PHONE 296-3748 Oct. is National Movie Month! That OTHER Crusoe never had it so good! ROY STOFFEL, Owner JUST NORTH OF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA LT. ROBIN mUS01S,U.S.N Mirtreno CONGRATULATIONS TO; Fr«n?i» Erf*|djn| ft §9111, Bode; Dtyid $«Wn, Al»on«; itrbiri J«r^«n*on, AJf«n«; «nd Ptwy fftlijif AH^n*, «n thtir bly* ribbon winning <ll 9 f which wtft fed 9|| Nvtr«n« B««fc«k« 32%. Fill booking n 9W «v»il- •Wf ft "• : • ' ^ ^ • ^=B|p^P ^^^^" "^^^^ ^^flp ^^^9 ^^D^IPI^P ^^^ ^^^^^^* ^^^^^^^ ^^f~ • ^n^^ ,^^v ^^^S ^^i^W ^kW 41? SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET AIQONA, IOWA i

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