Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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*«'ji One chance out of 7,000 brings color TV set to Titonka couple Alqono Ktmuth THURSDAY, OCT. 6,1966 - ALGONA, IOWA I MR. AND MRS. A. C. Henoh of Titonka are shown with the new Curtis Matties Color TV set won by their son, Richard Hench, pictured at right, in the Advance's subscription contest which ended last Friday. The son's name was pulled from over 7,000 registration blanks by Mayor William Finn /Saturday morning in the drawing. The Henches had subscribed for the paper for their son, who is stationed in Colorado in the Air Force, when he was home on leave.;. He signed the registration blank but kiddingly told his mother that if he won the set, they could have it. Wesley church dates Harvest Home festival Wtslty —The annual Harvest tome festival will be held Ooto- bel 9 in the Evangelical Free church. The special afternoon service will be for the 80th anniversary of the church. Rev. R. tiernttsen, Muskcgon, Mich., will be speaker at the> Sunday evening service and will be speaker at the evening services through Tuesday at St. Anthony Nut* tig Home in Carroll. His wife led 2Vfe years ago. He is sur* vivcd by 6 sons and 2 daughters; many grandchildren and great grandchildren. / SURPRISE PARTY The Leo Goetzes were given A surprise 40 the wedding party at their home Sept. 29. Cards werfe rlayed and lunch was served by .he self-invited relatives. A gift was presented. Wednesday. ATTEND FUNERAL The Albert Lickteigs, Mar garet and Ruth, Don and Dennis Potthoff and the Lou Lickteigs attended the funeral of Mrs. Al bert Lickteig's father, Henry Riesberg, 84, at St. Augusta Catih olic church in Halbur Saturda. at 10 a.m. Mr. Riesberg died I pieted two y*if* of eottegc. FMii. want ta fiitiy Sunday tad tinted Schfautii's daughter Marilyn, I another sister, Mrs. Margaret Bancroft, is attending the LaiEckerman, and other w James School of Beauty in Ma-1 The Jim Lucases, Ames, I son City. the relatives in fiai-ly Sundfcy Af vitt Larsons visited his aunt, The Richard Smiths were Sun- Mrs. Carrie Anderson; and Mrs. I day guests of their daughter the .Anderson's brothers, Obed and Leonard Studers in Iowa Falls ohtract bridge club Saturday Orville Larson/in Holmes Sun< ^attended the baptism <of rnnnnnn I \MV*J | I W *•••*w »- — •—--™— — j — — Mrs. N/F. Weber will have her Sister Mary Dorothea, Green Studers Sept. 20. ]J« paternjil auction bridge club Thursday Bay, IH, ahd hersister. Sister S d f«^l * h ^± rIIMU1 StU The Curtis Andersons and the Lester Larsons spent .several days last week in Rapid City S. D., where they attended the Evangelical Free church centra district conference. Mr. Ander son is pastor of the local Evan gelieal Free, and the Upper Flat churches. Enroute' to Rapid City the Andersons called on Ronny Johnson, a student at Augustan* college in Sioux Falls, S. D. En route home the Larsons calle< on his sister, Mrs. Elma Lyitf and a brother, the Duane Lai sons in Rock Rapids. Iternoon. day. James Leonard, born to th< Iternoon. M^WtJ ] X~Ut) M««V« *«.%*•, u*vww*j mxMLVvv*. l l_» » .' , Mary Leon, Chicago, spent the ders, were also guests. Many Wesleyans atttended the weekend at the parental Mrs. Sopt. 25, weekend guests a cliicken supper Sunday at the Theresa Foertscli's. Many rela-IGeo. Ricke's included Ed Wei Cathoh'c parish in St. Benedict. I lives Called Melvin Gesme, Tipton, and home. at the Foertsdi | ors, Dubuque; Arden Hovlands and daughters, Minneapolis; Mrs. Pearl Holder, Stanwood, 1 Mrs. Teresa Otis went to Min* Mrs. Jack Frideres,^Wilmington, were Friday and Saturday guests at his sister, Mrs. L. L. Lease's. The Marion Halls, Hanlontown, were also Friday guests of her sister, Mrs. Lease. The Benny Wagners, Fort Dodge, visited his mother, Mrs. Al Wagner, Sunday. They all visited Al Wagner, resident at Good Samaritan Home in Algona. The Ben Schrauths were Sunday guests at their daughter the Floyd Byrnes, Moorland. Emily Byrne, who is attending St. Joseph's nursing school in Sioux City was home over the weekend. Another granddaughter of the Schrauths, Lillian Williams, DeKalb, 111., is attending the university of Arizona at Tempe, taking training in Vista and plans to work with the Navajo A1*.ft W* -* W* VrVIM ^^ «n»u »» v«a>v w mimmmm i •- ( . — - neapolis Monday and atttended 111-! and the Lee Rickes, Mor- three-day nurse's meeting. gan, Minn. All attended the lick- The faculty of Garrigaa high ^^^ ^^S 'trS 6 «i>hnoi Aiffnna attpmipd a teach-' Larry Carters, Austin, Minn., school, Algona, attended a teacn wefe gu ^ t8 Q{ ^ mckes ^^ day evening. A number of Wesleyans attended the Republican meeting at Algona Monday. A 7 o'clock banquet preceded the meeting. Tiie John Yourigwirths, Gail and Dawn, Lucille Girner, and Dave Loebig attended the 55th annual Associated Grocers meeting in Des Moines Sept. 25. The Len Arndorfers visited Vicki and Dan in Cedar Rapids Sept. 25. The Elmer Dounghans visited their daughters, Sister Kevin and Sister Damian, also in Cedar Rapids, Sept. 25. er's meeting in Carroll Monday, so there were no classes. Cleaning bees were held in the Evangelical Free church several afternoons by volunteer workers. The Leo Goetzes and Kathy visited their daughter and sister, Sister M. Leo, in Waterloo Sept. 25. Sister Leo teaches second grade in St. Mary's school, her second year. Sister Mary Immaculate, who teaches at St. Catherine's St. Paul spent 10 days with the Edmund and Roy Otises. She is the former Fideiis Otis, and sister of Edmund and Ray. The Edmund Otises, Carol and Karen, Ray Mrs. Minnie Bleich had her Indians in Arizona. She had com- Otis, and Sister Immaculate Mesdames Rita Youngwirth Marilyn Lickteig, Colleen Studer, ing over 12 pounds. aasier «H»epii jn»nwr/»u«wf» Ga., wis i guest at Tom Lfck' teig's Friday and Saturday, Mr*. Uckteig had been aft ***•§ of Sister Joseph Marie, • dteti* tian, in a Georgii hospital befof* the former's marriage. ' a Atomic program Is dalod for AlfOM The Algona high school is one of 53 in Iowa to participate in a demonstration program Rpon* sored by the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission. The program here will be November 29. The program, This Atomic World, consists of a 40-minute assembly presentation followed by dal* room sessions with science students. The program is operated for the AEC by the Oak Ridge Associated Universities. . - I RADISH — A 7% lb. radish was grown this summer by Charles Dolash of Toledo. Dolash never uses fertilizer and'in his garden he' also grew turnips weigh* ,-!* 4 .1 National greup to present play at Titonka The nationally known Bishop's Company of Burbank, Calif., will appear in. person in Highlights from George Bernard Shaw's classic play Saint Joan on Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. in the Titonka Methodist church. From the finest of English literature comes this story of Saint Joan, the story of the Maid's faith and inspiration. Joan's many faceted character from the peasant girl of Lorraine through her final consummation in Rou en, was jiev^i; 1 iriore contemporary than loday when our world rests upoii'the conscience of eacn -man and woman "and their personal decision. . The roles of the men who com*- pieted Joan's history provide a great portion of the excitement in this unusual evening of theatre. Meeting the challenge with deftness and skill, the actors present their several roles; the pompous Squire de Beaudricourt; forceful and staunch Dunois, Captain of the French forces; the sympathetic but militant churchman, Lad von u; the childlike and whimpering Charles, the Dauphin, Frances' uncrown- ed King; the sincere and sinister Inquisitor; and the Archbishop of Rheims Cathedral. The Bishop's Company was founded in 1952 by Phyllis Beardsley Bokar and is in its fourteenth year of bringing fine drama into the houses of worship in America and Canada. It has appeared in over 7,000 churches of all denominations and has a touring record of over a million miles. The Bishop's Company will appear under the sponsorship of the Titonka Sr. M. Y. F. Pal Pholps crowned Swea City quoen • Pat Phelps and Eugene Per son were crowned, queen and king of the Swea City Homecoming Friday night. The Trojans complated festivities with a 14-C win over Thompson. Parents oJ the royalty are Mr. and,.Mrs. William Phelps and Mr, 'and Mrs O. 'R. Person. Attendants were Kathy Roberts, Vickie Haag Craig Larson and Dean Grieman. AUTHOR — 30-yeiar-old Eugene' Olson., former Bode farm boy, now an instructor ait Luther college, who uses the seudonym college, who uses the pseudonym A Personal Biography" and its sale has now reached over the million mark. The million-copy first-run edition is unprecedented in paper-back editions. RUSK DRUG CUTS PRICES TO SAVE YOU MONEY These Prices Represent Savings of 30% and More on Many Items In Our Store! They are HEW REGULAR PRICES - GOOD ANYTIME!!! Western Iowa Benevolent Assn. $1,000 BURIAL PLAN WHY LEAVE A BURDEN ON YOUR LOVED ONES? WHO WILL PAY THE HIGH EXPENSES WHEN YOU PASS ON? HELP ONE ANOTHER IN TIME OF NEED A BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION IS COMPOSED OF A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO AGREE TO HELP ONE ANOTHER IN TIME OF NEED BY EACH MEMBER DONATING A SMALL AMOUNT WHEN A FELLOW MEMBER PASSES ON. 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