Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1966 · Page 8
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1-Ai.OONA (Iowa) AOVANCi MONDAY, OCT. 31, IfM Bulldog by Cathy Chrischilles ''Smile you're on Candid Camera" and "Cheese" were two familiar expressions around A. H. S. last Thursday when the Students got their pictures tak* en. Because of picture taking, Thursday was designated as dress-up day. # * 4f ' Girls got their boys last week to take them to the annual Sadie Hawkins dance. This year's theme was Halloween, with pumpkins and witches for dec- ofations. There was the marriage ceremony and photographs to remember the night by. All A all a good time was had by everyone. )f> tf, if. Algona got its first tie of the season by coming from behind to make the final score 7-7 against Eagle Grove. Maybe the Eagles were scared by the wolf on the field! # # # The J. V. football team chalked up two more wins last week by defeating Emmetburg 14-0 and Eagle Grove 26-18. In the Emmestburg game Duame Hunt made both of the touchdowns. # # * Last Monday Poter Tanis, former National Prison Chaplin, came and gave a folk on Ctim* Prevention, He : toM how some of too phsoftfets Mfdi'ffiied fctid fcufMd to God/ Me also told of his first experience in taking a prisoner to tM eiettric '" . , . fit* AI0«na Soil fudging team placed ftftst itl the Area I Soil Judging Comtest at Sutherland on Saturday, October 22. The team was composed of Merlyn Metgger, Warren Kellentberge?, Delmat Maims, Roger Meyer' and Terry Olson. They will now compete in the National Land Judging Contest in Oklahoma next spring. Mr. George Sairit instructor. for Mother or Dad For par«n»i, • gift oMov* . . . *he birthifon* of each child. A ti* tack for Dad or «'ring for Mother. Mother •nd D*d will *r»«iur« Family Gems at they do the warm memoriei they r«pf««»nt. Few qifti are to appreciated . . .few gifts «r« to mtaningful. Giv* • gift of love ... Family Gems. .••.., Rusk Drug & Jewelry ALGONA, IOWA JS^YNAR Fairmont man becomes 8th Kossuth fatality Kossuth County's 8th highway fatality of 1966 was reported this week with tht death of a Fairmont, Minn. man as a result of a crash Oct. 13 on highway 169 a mile south of Elmer*, Minn. Andrew Pederson died Oct. 23 in a Rochester, Minn, hospital. He had suffered head and arm injuries in a crash about 3:15 p.m. Oct. 13 when his car was struck by a panel truck driven by Michael H. Leiferman. Pederson had stopped at the stop sign and than pulled across the highway in front of the truck. His wife suffered a broken clavical and head. injuries in the crash but she is reported doing well. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst learned of Pederson's death late last weak. .VED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Emit, Whit- J3m0'fe, will be 'honored in observance of their'25th wedding anniversary, Sunday, November 5, in St. Michael's school hall from 2-4 p.m. Their daughters and son will ba hoots. No formal invitations are' being sent and all relatives and friends are invite^. : to her bridge dub Thursday evening. NEW ARRIVALS _„_ _: Mr. and MM, Richard L. Cole- .m*n of Uv&tnore are th« parents ttf MI 8 ib< 2 02. baby boy, born Wednesday, October 26th At the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Coleman is the former Yvonne Klein, daughter of the Nick J, Kleins of Livermore. There is one other child in the family at home, Diane, Mrs. Harold Sundet entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening, truest for the evening Was Mrs, LeiRoy Geving. Mrs. Geving held high score. Mrs. Jack Chrischilles was hostess to -her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle was a guest. Mrs. Paul Owens entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Don Ferris held high score. :; Married at Blue Earth Barbara Darnell, daughter of Minn., a niece of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. James Darnell, Blue Earth, Minn, and James Bier;>t2dt, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt we/re married Oetobar I at Trinity Lutheran church, Blue Earth. Attendants were Mrs. Gordon Urich, Minneapolis,' sister of the bride, Kay Darnell and Ha Darnell, Blue Earth. Flower giirl was Julie. Kramer, St. Paul, Groom's attendants were Jim Wallace, Lakota, August Bau- rnann, Lakota and Leon Darnell, Blue Earth. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. 'After a honeymoon in northern Minnesota, they are at home at 334 N.E. St., Blue Earth, Minn. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE NOW AT CHRISCHILLES' more comfort and control than your present girdle... or u t your money back PLAYTEX* GIRDLE Playtex Lycra Girdles have hold-in power that won't wash out... combined with the kind of comfort you've always wanted. That's why Playtex guarantees you'll enjoy more comfort and control than your present girdle. To prove it to yourself, just try any of these today: A. 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C; Eloilic. 80% nylon. 20% lycro tpgnde« Crotch; 100% nylon Bear Facts Cms will help senl gifts to serviceiiM The America« Red Cross will again assist individuals and or- ganizaitions Wishing to send ohristmas gifts to ll.S. servicemen in South Viet Nam. AKC iieid stafit reported this program was an outstanding morale oorater ior U.S. servicemen last year, when thousands of servioa- men received presents and card; sent through ARC cftannels and distributed by ARC field staff in {southeast Asia. This year two basic procedures tor shipment of gifts to Viet-Nam will be followed: (1) small individual gifts, cookies, and candy should be shipped through AiPO and FPO channels direociy to ARC field directors to preclude difficulties relating to large central collection and distribution points; and (2) larger items, tape recorders, camera, record players and the like, should be shipped to the area warehouse by chapters in Western Area; other chapters should ship such items to the ARC . warehouse in Land/over, Md. All containers shipped to warehouses should be plainly marked "Program 45". By SUMH Elbcrt and Ra« Ann Kollatch HALLOWEEN PARTY | A big-eyed black cat stared out from, a gay jack-o-lantern on the invitations to a luncheon party and diinn&r party, last vyeek at the Country Club set' ting the theme for "goblins and gho'-ties and things that go bump; in the might." The olub •• ballroom' b'ecams a witches den filled with brooms, sickle moons, corn ttalks, pumpkins and a ghost or two. Thie hcirtesses, disguised as witches in flowing black robss and 'po':mted hats, were Mesdames Ted Chrischilles, Q.' B". Harmes, Prank Moult&n, V. M: for Mrs., Mertie Huber, republican candidate for county recorder. Mrs. John McGuire presided at tha silver coffee service. A variety of cookies and nuts were arranged in lovely silver and crystal dishe's on the lace-covered table. Put a tiger in your ta^nk and rush to sae "Just Ducky." The first 'performance'had- already caused many people to burst at the sbams, bringing hilarious results. So make a point Noveim- bar 1 to sae the all-school play, "Juat Ducky", and hurry the seam you sava may bs youi- own! "#'.' * * Thursday, October 29, t the ubs crushed Sentral of Fenton 19-0. Future Bear members maybe? ' " # # # . . Quarter exams were given to students. Studying is work, but jays off well in tests and the future. Parents will meat with teachers November 2 to discuss the "progress of each student. HOUSEWARMING PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Ilo'xrt Hillburg were honored with a surprise hous&warming pii-Ly lr.;jt Sunday fcyentag by p'.v.;,c'ajl from Weiden'hoff C.'.-'p. A rot luck Suppar was served a.hd the Hill- burgs were prcco.it2d with a Parsons, Mitch Taylor and Rob'- gift. Mr. Hillburg is the new ert Williams. comptroller at Weidenhoff. COFFEE HOSTESS Mrs. John Schutter was hostess ait a coffee in her home lasil week Friday morning. Mrs Mertie Huber was guest of hon or. She is the republican candi data for county recorder, Mrs L. L. Riter assisted the hostess and Mrs. Don Jorgenson poured BAPTISMAL DINNER : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanson entertained at dinner receiiitly following the baptism of theiiir daughter Virginia Marie a.t St. Cecelia church. Guests were the baby's godparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Eller, Jr., and their two sons. Virginia Marie, was born dot. 3 and joined a fiamily of two sisters and one brother. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. John Eller, Sr., and paternal; grandmother is Mrs. Christina^ Hanson. rORORITY CLUB MEETS Mrs. Lou Krull of Burt was liostsss to Zeta XI chapter of Beta Sigma Phi last week. At the meeting plans were made cor a tea Sunday at the Johnson House and for the fall banquet to be held at Charlie's Supper Club Nov. 7. Mrs. Jim Cowan was named Zeta GI candidate for Valentine Queen in the sorority magazine. Mrs. Cowan will be hostess at the next meetim] which is scheduled for Nov. 14 POLITICAL COFFEE Mrs. Cecil Will entertained aj a coffee Wednesday afternoon BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Rex Taylor was hostess A. W. # # * Swehisen, scientist at Burt Mrs. George Hawcott Mrs. Helen Steward returned Oct. 19 from Mercy hospital in Mason City where she had bean a patient several weeks. She and Walter spent Sunday in Es therviile ait Ray Miller's. Iowa's ttitne fate ii i thin* faster thari the nation* al average. Strong Mate and local action is needed now to end this trend. Latest figures from the Federal Bureau of Inveati* cation show serious crimes in Iowa increased18.pet cent between 1964 • and 1965, compared with a national rise of only 5 pet cent. More recently, lowans have been disturbed by riots and hood- lumisra, which while t not classified aa serious crimes —such as murder and assault—are of grave citizen concern. All lowans expect to be safe on the streets and in their homes.. The state can take some positive steps to help local communities provide the law enforcement needed. The next Legislature should create a police academy to train law enforcement officers. Recent court decisions require definite steps be taken by officers to make sure an arrested person's rights are protected. The state should set up a method by which more law enforcement officers can be speedily, sent to • trouble spot. MURRAY for GOVERNOR Republican Stale Central Committee, Robert Ray, Cbmn. Wartburg... .College, Waverly, sparked greater-'' interest in sa- onc3 and mathematics Tuesday as he gave G. H. S. students data about 'his scientific field. Sponsored by the Iowa Visiting Sci- antiiic Program, Mr. Swensen, head of the physical science department at Wartburg, discussed polarographic reduction of earth metals and body fluids. He encouraged students to pursue careers, and broaden ideas in both science and math. f with a • •km cost WANT AD MOBILE COLOR TV The ALLEN Series FH-522 J9" tube (overall diag.) J80 5 «.In. RCA VICTOR Mwm<s COLOR TV on rollaround stand Tom's Radio & TV ALGONA Mealtime Favorite! MILK I Kids love milk's tingling t?ste al every meal... at snacktime, too. It's thirst quenching, easy to serve, and so healthy for children. Milk can't be beat for flavor, convenience and value! Call us soon for home delivery. 1 • *•*«. ALGONA — T H E A T R E — Tuesday, Wednesday, Nov. 1-2 James Coburn in "What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?" Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 3-4-5 Elvis Presley in "Spinou!" Sunday through Wednesday, Nov. 6-7-8-9 Audrey Hepburn — Peter O'Toole in "How To Steal A Million" Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 10-11-12 Howard Keel — Jane Russell in "Waco" plus Marlon Brando — Yul Brynner in "Saboteur" Saturday Kiddies Matinee, Nov. 12 "Waco" plus 4 Cartoons Sunday through Wednesday, Nov. 13-14-15-16 Audrey Hepburn — Rex Harrison in "My Fair Lady" Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 17-18-19 Roddy McDowell — Tuesday Weld in "Lord Love A Duck" plus Dana Andrews in "Johnny Reno" Saturday Kiddies Matinee, Nov. 19 ~~ "Johnny Reno" plus 4 Cartoons Sunday through Wednesday, Nov. 20-21-22-23 "Tht Gospel According lo iSl. Matthew" Wednesday Thanksgiving Midnight Show ,Nov7~23 Vincent Price — Fabian in _"Dr, JGoldfoot & Girl Bombs" Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 24-25-26~" Vincent Price -^ Fabian in "Dr,iloWfoot ft Girl Bombs" FREE SHOW ~~ ~~ ~ ~~ Friday, Nov. 25 «, Matinee Only 1 & 3 p./yj Santa CUus Qay A Thrtt Stooge Com.dy— 10 Cartoons— Selected Short Sponsored by Th« Algona Chamber of Commerce Sunday through Wednesday, Nov. 27.28-27.3Q~ Jtrry ttwi« m Connie Stevens in J'Way W«rOMl"_ Thursday through Saturday, Dee. 1.3 ~~ Gregory P«ck « Sophia iprtn in Sjtvrdty Kiddie* Mitne«, TIM, Sw of Qoehise.' plus 3 cartooas NOVEMBER 1966

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