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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
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Janet McOuire Is Band Queen For Garrigan JANET McGUIRE Janet McGuire, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don McOuifi, of Algona, has teen selected as Band Queen representing the Garrigan high band. She was chosen by vote of ths bawl members, and all will appear ir< the Mason City Band FestlTal this month. Janet has been a honor student all four years In high school, on the student council ind In chonis for three years. She has also been a varsity football and bajfcetbaU cheerleader, and active In many other school affairs. She plans to attend Mt. St. Scholastlca College In Atchison, Kans., with the aid of a schoUr- shlp. Her father works In road construction. 17 At Ledyard Are Eighth Grade Grads LEDYARD - Members of the eighth grade class and their Instructor Mrs. Harold Henderson entertained their mothers at a Travel Tea. Mrs. Arlowe Blome showed slides of England, Thursday evening at 8:00 the eighth grade promotion exercises were held with Rev. Victor Vriesen as the speaker. Perfect attendance awards for the year were presented to Jacklyn Busch, Noe Vlllarreal and Douglas Blome by Mrs. Henderson who also presented the class. The promotion certificates were given to the seventeen class members by Supt. Gilbert DeBoer. - o - The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Tuesday evening, June 7 at 8:00. There will be election of officers. The nominating committee is Mrs. Everett Thompson, chairman, Mrs. Dallas Green and Mrs. Glen Klocke. The Infant son of Mr, and Mrs. John Stein was baptized Monday evening May 23. He was named Joseph Alan. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. James Coady. Mrs. George Thompson went to LuVerne for Memorial Day. Her sons and their families, Milton, Kenneth and Duane all of Sioux City met her there. S/Sjt Stanley Keefe Ms TUltiag MJ parenta, fte Bernari Keefes, 9Ua<ru<fi«fiarfWl from 8te Air Fares on May 24 after baring spent tfce put yeart and ten moods in He tett on Smday to ?o to Wichita Falls, Tens where &e aa« »nroli«d it MidTn»stera Uni- r«»rilty, and wlE sfoidy (lo.) Up?** DM m*1tm ffc«rs4»r, JWM 9, 1966 Mrs. Albert Brand of SotrtS St. Paul is Tijttiaj with the. Lawrence Brands aad Oder r*L»- ti7*s la the area. Mrs. Glenn Hayi and Ranaa took sii year-old SfeeiLi Lloyd to fcrwa City Ttasda? for a medical check-ap. Osborns Hold At Family Reunion, Swea City Park SENECA - TTse Osbora Family reunion "»as held at the Swea City Park, Sunday, May 20, with approximately 73 in attendance. Enjoying the get-to-gether were Mr. and Mrs. Bob .lessen and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gsborn of Aurora, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Jon, Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Neil Osfaorn and family, Charles City ; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Osborn and family, Minneapolis ; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Petersen and family, Mason City ; Mrs. Mabel Osborn, StewartTille, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and David , also their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Knecker and Barbara, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richmond and family, Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Brown, all of Armstrong; Mr, and Mrs. Bill Brown, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Saxton and family, Fairmont ; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly, Ledyard ; Mrs. Esther Osborn and Marion Osborn, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Grassing, Ames. - o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grunhovd of Mankato and Richard Pannell, Fenton, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ted Jensens. The Grunhovds, who have spent the past year at Mankato, will be moving to Clear Lake in the near future. Mrs. Clarence (Leah) Olsen, Desert Hot Springs, California, spent the past week visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham attended the funeral of Art Schultz of Whittemore at the McCullough Funeral Home, Algona. Burial was at the Lutheran Cemetery, Whittemore. Darrtn briefly at the parental Earl ,/or?- easoa home Monday morning en- rcnte from Des Moines to Darfcy, Montana, •»!-,«» he is to be ia Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meysr, Todd arid .Mie Marts :i w»us- faer? Tisited via Mrs. Martha Schroeder and Barbara Sunday. They vere also aero to attend the 13M ?rad«atiflfi; class re- onion. Tfee Meyer's daughter •ns born March 20. Mr. and Mrs. Au^ist Kiink- siek and Luelia, Mrs. Lena Warner, Mrs. Irrin Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Errln KUnksiek and Cirls , Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klinksiek and family 'wer* pests it the Harold Warners for lunch foUr/ving the eighth ?rade promotion Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard KLink- siek and family attended the Immamiel Lutheran church in 8w»a City -vtiere Carol Brings, rJauijhter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brings -vas confirmed and a dinner -was aeid at her parents home follo'vin? the services •which the Klinkseiks attended. S. M. Derald Goetz left Monday by plane from Ft. Dodge for California. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetz, Rodney and Keith and Miss Pamela Rusher of Lakota took him to Ft. Dodge, Derald had spent about ten days at his home here, and returned to his destroyer. Monday evening Mrs. Lily Ehrlch and Mrs. Helen Farrow of Elmore visited at the Gus Slrnonsmeier home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz and Janls Goetz of Blue Earth, were guests at the Roger Geotz home at Mapleton, Minn. Monday. The Roger Goetz family has moved to Mapleton this past week end, after purchasing a home there In April. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klock and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Soderberg and family of Rochester, Minn and the Gerald Soderberg family enjoyed a family picnic at the parental Herman Soderberg home Sunday. Mrs. Ida Darnell was pleasantly surprised when members of her family Joined her for dinner at the Redwood Inn In Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fennema, Cherie and Jay Don of Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallentine and family of Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs, Ted Wallen- tlne and girls were guests at the Harvey C. Larson home at Swea City where they joined other members of the family at a breakfast honoring Mr. and Mrs. Larson on their 25th wedding anniversary, Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Runks- meier, Mr. and Mrs. John Darnell and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson attended baccalaureate at Eyota, Minn., Sunday evening and Mrs. Ida Darnell attended the graduation there Thursday evening. Linda Udstuen was a member of the graduating class. WHITTEMORE Mary, three-year-old daughter of Mr. and M"s. Bud Busher- feld, underwent minor surgery at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Tuesday and is now at home recuperating. Leo J. Kollasch was dismissed from St. Ann hospital, Monday. Simon Klsch became suddenly ill while in church at St. Michael's Thursday morning and was taken to St. Ann where he is reported as getting along nicely. Jon Anderson, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson, had surgery Tuesday morn- Ing at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Herman Zumach became ill while helping in the Zumach Market Tuesday morning and was rushed to St. Ann, but was released Wednesday and is recuperating at her home. ...BUT LONG DISTANCE RATES ARE LOWER I Thirty years ago a Long Distance call was a big event for the average family. Putting the call through often took several minutes, and the cost could put quite a dent in the family budget. Today you can call anywhere in the nation in a matter of seconds. Your voice is carried across the miles as clearly as if you were phoning a neighbor. And as for cost—just look at these comparisons: 3 MINUTE STATION-TO-STATION RATES DAY RATES JM« L D«l MQinti tp Stittlf Sioux City to MUml Pmnport to Photnlg Council Bluff* to N*w York Maion City to Nf w Orlt«ni $3.25 9.00 4.25 4.29 3.60 im $1.70 1.70 1.55 1.65 1.45 MIGHT t SUNDAY RATES-1966' $.90 .90 .80 .80 .75 •Lowest rates in history are in ellect after 8 P.M. daily and anytime on Sunday. During those periods you can make a 3-mlnute station cull to anywhere in the U.S., except Hawaii arid Alaska, (or jl.OO or less. ^^^ Northwestern Bell (S) DON KNOTTS IS THE HERO OF "THE GHOST AND MR. CHICKEN" STARTING SUNDAY AI GO N A THEATRE their time in an attempt to serve HERO — Don Knoll« rtcrite* a tponUneou* kiaa from Joan Staler •* Skip Homei^r. hi« rompelilof for h*r hand, and Dick Sargent. hi* bo««. look on in «h* hiUriotn l'ni*?r*al romcd?, "The Gho»f , and Mr. Thirk^n." pholocraphtd in Terhnicolor. Alan Rafkin di- rrri*<l for producer Ed«ard J. Monlaenf. LuVerne Man Is Engaged To Wed July 23 vV. J JUDY EDWARDS Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards of Graettlnger announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Judy to John Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Jennings of LuVerne. The wedding will take place July 23 at St. Paul's Lutheran church In Emmetsburg. Miss Edwards, 1965 graduate of Graettinger high school,-*is currently employed as secretary at the Spencer Municipal hospital. Her fiancee, a 1964 graduate of Algona high school, Is presently employed at Weiden- hoff Corp., Algona. Both Riverdale 4-H Units Meet ST. JOE - The Riverdale Rustlers Unit I 4-H club held its regular monthly meeting, May 21, at St. Joe school hall. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Ellen Bormann and the 4-H Pledge by Sandy Wagner. Janice Erpelding and Maribeth Thilges gave illustrated talks. Colleen Reding gave a demonstration. The annual May Basket exchange was held. Maribeth Thilges and her mother were hostesses. Mothers were gnests. Riverdale Rustlers Unit n 4-H club met May 21 at the St. Joe school hall. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Carrie Thilges and Linda Mae Reding led the 4-H Pledge. Illustrated talks were given by Jane McGuire and Elizabeth Zeimet. Diane Bormann and Sandy Kollasch, and Jean and Joan Reding gave demonstrations. Michelle Thilges and her mother were hostesses, with mothers as guests. Give Contact Points If You're Seeking Work Kenneth C. White, manager of the Ft. Dodge office of the Iowa -State Employment,.Service, has 'asked that all area youth Uooking for work as' well as farmers looking for help this summer be sure to contact their local.volunteer farm labor representative. "These civic, community minded men are donating THURS. - FRI JUNE 9 - 10 A UHMRSAl PICTURt - SECOND FEATURE Rilmn by 20th Cjntury Foi COLOR by DE LUXE SUN. thru WED. JUNE 12 - 13 . 14- 15 KOOKY I TheHorror'is TECHNICOLOR i| ... JOAN STALEY LIAM REDMOND DICK SARGENT stated Mr. Area Volunteer Farm Labor RepresestatlTes vfiere students are orfsd to fears fbeir names and fanners to eafl wfiey they need help haying, walking soybeans or vtiatever.the work may be are as foilcnrs : Alf ana - Larry Kooll, Larry's Recreation; Bancroft - Donald Murray, Murray's Elevator; Feston - Paul Eigler, Fenton Drag ; Ledyard - Bernard Rainy, Fanners Co-op Elevator; Lu- Verne - Clarence Nielsen, ffielsea's D-X. Swea City - Jack Van Norman, Van Norman Drag; Titonka Jobs Stott, Fanners Elevator; Wesley - AI Loebig, AI's; West Bend - A. E. Pertle, Pertle's Real Estate & Insurance ; Whittemore - Delbert Wichtendahl, Meyer's D-X. dffioff, Rafes to Minnie Olthofl 5-20-66 UfidiT. 1/2 Nl/2 & E. 1/4 3-39-27. Patzstaek, James ARoseaanto Laurence R. A Margaret Kees $-19-66 Comm. at NE corner of El/2 SE1/4 (see rec.) 1&95-29. Brtzstadt, James A Roseann to Leslie A Adra Faber; Lawrence R. Kees et ox 5-19-66 E 1/2 SE/4 exc. see rec; 1893-29. Notes Of iervicemei St., Algona, ha« returned from Vietnam to San Diego aboard the amphibious force flagship USS Eldorado after seven months in the Western Pacific as a unit of the Seventh Fleet in the South China Sea off the coast of Vietnam. Eldorado served as a flagship for Hear Admiral D. W. Wulzen, Commander of the Pacific Fleet Amphibious Force and took part in several amphibious landings on the Vietnamese coast. Real Estate Transfers' USS ELDORADO,—Electronic Technician Third Class Thomas J. Zaugg, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius H, Zaugg, 322 S. Smith MUSHROOMS A king-size mushroom measured 8 1/2 in. high, 12 In. around and weighed 1 Ib. It was found by Bob Hoover, son of Mrs. Lowell Hoover, Bloomfleld, this spring. Another unusual mushroom was found by T. J. Wellet, DeWltt, It was a clump of 16 to one root and was found near DeWltt. WEDNESDAY THURS. - FRI. - SAT. JUNES -9- 10- 11 DRIVE-IN Branson Bldg. Serv. to Jerry L. Payne et ux 5-20-66 Call's Add. Iot8 blk 74; Algona. DeGeeter, Victoria &. Screal to Arthur J. Goche 5-19-66 Undiv 4/5 int. In NE1/4 21-98-28. DeGeeter, Victoria & Screal to Leo N. Goche et ux 5-20-66 Undiv. 4/5 Int. In Call's Add. lots 5 4 6 blk 9; Bar, croft. Goche, Arthur J. & Agnes; Edward N. & Julia Goche; Walter J. & Louise to Leo N. Goche et ux 5-20-66 Undiv. 4/5 int. Call's 3rd Add. lots 5 & 6 blk 9; Bancroft. Goche, Leo N. & Ertna; Edward N. & Julia; Walter J. & Louise to Arthur J. Goche 5-1966 Undiv. 4/5 int. in NE1/4 2198-28. Kluger, C. S. & Verna T. to John W. & Nora D. Burnett 5-17-66 Richmond's 4th Add. lot 4 blk 24; Swea City, Luedtke, Helena, Wdw. to Marvin H. Luedtke, ErvinC. Luedtke; Esther Ackerson; Donald W. Luedtke; Verda B. Chrischilles 5-19-66 Undiv. 1/2 int. Lot 6 blk 10 S. 30* Western Town lot Go's First Add Log 5 blk 10 being blk 8, 9, 10, 11, & 12 Subdiv. of blk 1 & 0. L. A,, B., & C.: Fenton. McCullough, Delia sgl. toRol> ert W. McCullough et ux 5-1866 0. P. (subj. to life estate) lot 3 blk 75; Algona. 3 BIG MONSTER THRILLERS THURSDAY thru FRIDAY "Gunpoint" 7:00-10:17, "Weekend at Dunkirk" 8:36. SATURDAY - "Gunpoint" 1;30 - 7:00 - - 10:17, "Weekend At Dunkirk" 3:06 - 8:36. SUNDAY - "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken" 1:30 - 3:39 -5:48 - 7:57 - 10:06. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "The Ghost, and Mr. Chicken" 7:00 - 9:09. COLOR CLIFFORD EVANS- NOEL WILLMAN EDWARD DE SOUZA- JENNIFER DANIEL- BARRY WARREN SECOND BIG HORROR - FILM YVONNE DECARLO CARLOS THOMPSON IN - THIRD BIG SHOCKER - CIDC" NI\C JOAN ASHLEY - SANDRA KNIGHT IN "FRANKENSTEINS DAUGHTER" ' THURSDAY NIGHT IS BUCK NIGHT -A CARLOAD FOR $1.00 - SUNDAY MONDAY • TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 STARLITE DRIVEIH* A/bw For The Fun Of. Ar W£ST...OLD,3ndN€W! # V £•!*£! IN .«."' W ..H WALTER BRENNAN Montgomery CLIFT • Joanno PRO HARRY MIIY, Jr,. COUIM QUAY . NOAH HIM, Jr. t/" IVi?j/er/7 ft/n/.. 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