Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN flwit 9M.KOS Mr and Mfi Gl«nn S*jtr day for Mansott to conduct a drove to Artie* fof SUttday dirt net with the Larry Leaneaghs and to help celebrate the ninth birthdav on Valentine's day of their eldest son Robbie. Sauirp, who works dt Elva's Bpauty Shoo, was called to her ho«ie at Ronkfqrd by the serio"s illness of. her father who'd h/>d a hase earlier . cerebral hernprr* and suffered an* other stroke on Friday. Nancy remained with her parents over' night and returned to Algona Sundav evening. She is an only daughter, but has three brothers. Seed Meld D>y. Other Sunday evening dinner gttests at the Muckev's were the Stan MuCk- eys arid Bob Williams families. Mrs Ann Fechner of the Elite Hat. Shoo will celebrate her 45th year of business in Alpona next Saturday. Cake and coffee will be served all day to guests and new Spring hats will be on display. Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson and two children drove to Des Moines Wednesday and back on Frirtav afternoon. Warren attended the Renuhlican Fund Raising dinner Wednesday, eve- nine and an automotive meeting on Thursday morning. Meantime his wife and children visited at the home of her brother, Robert Butts, Russell Pickett, of Ankeny, drove here Sundav and remained overnight at the parental L. S. Muckeys, then left early Mon- Mr and Mr« James W. Griffith came Fridav from Atlantic remained till Sundav with *i«t mother, Mrs Mart McCall. Mr Griffith was transferred «ome time ap'o bv DX fr6m SioUx City' to Atlantic where they have now bought a home. Their son John is a" freshman at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and exoccts to enter the College of Dentistry there. Rornord Yeoman fell Friday at the back door of his home and fractured a hip. He was first taken to St. Ann hospital but was moved from there Sat- urdav to Park hospital where the break was pinned by surgery on Monday. Dallas, where she will remain for some time with the family of her daughter, Mrs V, R, Sof- flatefi, who formerly lived in Minneapolis. At the SehMl of lh*f»*<t!ort held Saturday everting at the local Order of: Eastern Star there were gtfests'ffotti Armstrong, Butt, Emmetsburg, Hum- bbldt, CorVvitH. W«*t fiettd, Garner, Wapello and Sheffield. Distinguished guests presented Were: Lora Sheliehbefger, Hum- boidt, past grand chaplain; lino- gene Ganim, Sheffield, a Grand Representative; andLevi Winfrey, a Grand chapter dommil tee member. Five Worthy matrons and two .worthy patrons from neighboring chapters were also presented, Some eighty persons attended the meeting. Mr and Mrs Roy Adams en ;ertained their son Garrtian and 'amily of Whittcmore at Sunday dinner in honor of the llth birthday of Karen on Valeii- ine's day and the 10th birthday of her sister Barbara a week larlier. Mr and Mi's -John Olson and Philip of Livermore visited with the group during the afternoon "Sex And fht Sing I* OlM" Thurtdiy for eh* week at the Algona Theatre. Suzanne McGinnis celebrated her 12th birthday on Valentine's day and in her honor the grand- narents, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves entertained at Sunday dinner the Dick McGinnis family, also Susan Plott and Kathy Walker. Friday evening Suzanne, Maria Wittkoof, Vicki Anderson, and Gayle Kirkland first went bowling together, •then had a slumber party at the McGinnis home. Mrs Harry Potter left by bus Monday for Irving, Tex., near Friday February. 1?th-20th the NOMADS ALGONA'S FINEST LOUNGE it Mr and Mrs J. B. AM, .accompanied by Mr; and .Mrs Ray Cunningham, of Doan, left on Wednesday for- Fort Worth, Tex., to visit the Don Asa fam ly. They will also see the Cunningham's spni George Ray, who is in training for a warrant of: ficer in helicqpter school at the army base in Mineral Wells, Tex., and expect to be away only a week. Last week Wed nesday the J.' B'. Asas 'with Mr and Mrs Raymond Krantz of Titonka, drove to-Waterloo'to call on their sister who was hospitalized for tests and .treatment but released at the weekend. Krantzes left Saturday ;for McAllen, Tex., to remain for a month. '••.••''• ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 THURSDAY, FEB. II, 1965 Tony Curtis, playing an aggressive young magazine editor, ami Natalie Wood, as the attractive psychologist-author who wrote this book, discover some of the implications of the words in this scene from "Sex and the Single Girl," riotous new Warner Bros, comedy which odens Thursday at the Algona Theatre. Curtis and Miss Wood star in .the Technicolor release, together with Henry Fonda, Lauren Bacall, Mel Ferrer, Fran Jeffrie* and Leslie Parish. Richard Quine directed. visited Saturday with Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach. Sunday visitors were the C. R. Kollasches. Sunday guests of the Theo. Bierstedts were the Dick Bier- stedts, Rolfe, Mrs. Iva Barber and Robert, Mallard, and Max Wilcoxes, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Jose Dahlhauser and Peter visited Mrs. Til Waldschmidt Sunday. Mrs. Clara Thul has been visiting the John Thuls, Cedar Rapids. Sunday callers at George Baas's were the Jack Kettlesons and Wm. Paetzes, Algona. Monday guests at Wm. Weber's were the Frank Ulrichs, ohn Dorweillers, Mrs. Mary til- ch, Mallard, the Ron Christen- ens, Rolfe, Chas. Origers, Wm. Sonnstetters, Robert Hogans, )ennis Webers and Ralph Schu- nachers. The Clayton Chambers, Mar le Rock were Sunday guests of er parents, the Ben Hansens. Mrs. Lillie Simonson, Rolfe, yas a guest Monday of Mrs. "Ida Simonson. COMING FEB. 26th - 27th — "GRAN PRES' SAL, FEB. 20 MATINEE ONLY STARTING AT 1:30 — SPECIAL SHOWING ALGONA ...INTHE BIGGEST GltGAUND GAG STAMPEDE IN THE WEST! AAM 'MUAkAMB - •' •»• *• • - • • •NDMDB K _ ^nf^r - ^^ ^WV^FWV^r^V HOPE-FUMING , JESSE WENDtLL COREY- PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION PRICES: Adults— 75c Children— 35c The Algona Federated Woman's Club met .Monday at the home of Mrs Wm. Finn, with Margaret Duraht' and Mrs Lyle Steele assisting. The program was'a talk given by, our foreign exchange student. Salvador de Souza, of Juiz de Fora, Brazil, who while attending high school here, is living at the Rex Taylor home. —Thursday thru Wednesday except on Sunday "Sex And The Single Girl" 7:15 - 9:20 —Sunday "Sex And The Single Girl" 1:30- 3:20 - 5:15 - 7:25 -'9:30 —Saturday matinee "Alias Jesse James" & 6 Cartoons at 1:30 A hqusewarming was held at the Gilbert Har greaves' home in. Irvington Township Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Hargreaves -had moved Dec. ,26th into the hew home constructed oh the site of the old house which was badly damaged by the tornado of Aug. 29th. They have been tenants for many years on the farm which is owned by Mrs Mary Staab of LeMars. Guests at the housewarming were Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves and Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis of Algona and a group of neighbors: Chas, Colwell, Ed Kain, Joe Divis, Barney Capesius. Clarence Siemer and their respective wives who were entertained at cards, and presented a gift to their host and hostess. PIKE — An 11 Ib. 14 oz. northern pike was caught by George Cor per, Spencer, Shower for Whittemore girl given Whittemore — Ella Maahs, daughter of the Maahses was given a miscellan ecus shower Sunday in St. Paul' Lutheran church. Mrs Elvi Steenhard, Mrs. Arnold Gade Mrs. Ralph Nichols, and Mrs. Dorothy Rosenthal won prizes at cards. She will-be 'married to Tilford Egland, Cylinder, Feb. 28. Ra Ed Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones Portland Mri Vietor Fitch Mrs. Rollo Moore and family, r. and Mrs. Chris tlaase and Jernice were guests in the Levant Moore home Wednesday af- li .ernoon, in honor of Evelyn Moore's 4th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cox of Swea City Were Thursday eve- nitig visitors in the Bernard Meister home. Mr. Cox is a brother of Mrs. Meister. Leona Haase and her sister, Bernice Haase went to Fairmont Thursday Where they did some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister were Sunday evening visitors in the George Koestler home. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert has been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zvviefel and Kendall were visitors in the Levant Moore home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meister of LakeView called at the Bernard Meister home last Monday after noon, enroutc to Wisconsin. Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy called on Mrs. Lawrence Govern Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meistei were Monday evening visitors in the John Welp home in Bancroft The Portland Progress Club time: Arlene Jandl. Wood and Edith Sunday guests at Mervin, Johnson's for birthdays of Lisa will meet Thursday afternoon ind Lewis were the Cecil God-! Feb. 18, in the home of Mrs. Eva redsons and William Stows. | Shipler, withi Vera Fitch assist Humboldt, and the Harold ant hostess Roll call: A Tribute Krantzes. The birthday of Har- to Washington or Lincoln. Fun old Krantz was also observed. The P. A. Holcombs will return this week after two weeks at Baltimore. Md., with their on, the Martin Holcombs. Sunday they and the Thad Johnsons, (Helen Linde), and the Harry Slyces (Mae Peterson) and the Martin Holcombs planned to be together. The Orville Thoresons had as guests Sunday for the 10th birthday of their daughter Heidi, the Walter Goraczkowskis, Harvey C. Larsons, Cecil Thoresons, Pastor Bengston family, the Lloyd Thoresons, Mrs. Otto Larsen and Melba Kittelson. Every Friqay Ni'te — 5;30 p.m. to 0:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. SEA FOOD SMORGASBORD Johnson House 295-2441 ALGONA H ENJOY an evening off FUN and HARMONY M the Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Lucy Besch, Smith's Lake. from Bay of West Okoboji THURSDAY Thru WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18 • 24 ALGONA The nation's #1 best-seller becomes the screen's best-sizzler. "SLICK, STYLISH, WHOOPINGLY Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood and Henry Fonda and Lauren Bacall and Mel Ferrer in the Single Girl >'. Bicords wonderful sound U»ck album »Vailablt now!| C»S!«fifo» FfSNJEFFRIES • IESUE PARRISH and EDWARD EVERETT MORION «l» COUNT BASIE and HIS ORCHESTRA • Piijlvcetf t» WM T ORR Maurice Jesch, the Jim Besches, Mrs. Pearl Besch and Dennis, the Ar- lold Lalliers and Donald Miller, Algona, attended the wedding of )onna Rae Besch, daughter of he Ray Besches, Litchfield, Minn., and Dennis Patrick Stein, also of Litchfield, Saturday at St. "'eter and Paul's Catholic church n Litchfield. That evening all were entertained at the Ray iesch home. Enroute home they visited the Jerome Besches and !lem Besches at Kasson. LONE ROCK SHOWER A miscellaneous shower was jiven Mrs. Dennis Howe, former fancy Schmeling, daughter of the Harold Schmelings, Saturday, at Lone Rock. Ruth Weber, daughter of the Nm, Webers, entered St. Ann icspital Sunday as a medical patent. The Anthony Hansens (Rita Bachman) have a girl born Feb. 12, 3 Ibs. 12 oz. She has two sisters. The George Baases had their club Sunday, Norman Lane, Mrs. Garmon Adams, Lewis Duffy, Mrs, Lawrence Rirsch, and Albert Kramer won prizes. The Don Conrads, Lake City, were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. James Alig. The Harold Knechts, Algona, The Eugene Papenfuhses had as guests for the 30th anniversary of the Herb Papenfuhses Friday, Ernie Wheeler, the Ed Frerichs, Ray Grams, Estherville, and Larry Grams, Welcome, Minn. Eagle Homemakers met Feb. 9th at Mrs. Walter Goraczkow- ski's with 10 members present. Mrs. Goraczkowski read a letter from Mrs. Norma Morgan extension home economist. Plans for,a Style Show were made for the March meeting by Mrs. Virgil Cummins. Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt and Mrs. Jim Koons will lave the next meeting at the iurlburts. At Maynarcl Jensen's Sunday for birthdays of Mrs Joe Preston and Mrs Nina Traub were the Kenneth Andersons, and the Marvin Boevers, Estherville; the David Earps, Crystal Lake; Mrs Roger Linde, the Tom and Jim Prestons, and the John Kellys, Armstrong. Mrs Traub and Mrs Preston are sisters. Mrs Traub, who has been making her home at Des Moines, is planning to come to Swea City to make her home with Mrs Preston. The house owned by the late Mrs Mary Seylar in Swea City was purchased recently by the Rudloph Petersons. The John Nymans were Sunday guests at R. E. Peterson's. FREAK ACCIDENT — James Atkinson, Sheffield farmer, and his hired man, Henry Baschke of near Rockwell, were pinned down by a pile of frozen baled straw early this month. Atkinson suffered a broken leg and bruises and Bachne body bruises. Fortunate for Atkinson, Baschke was able to get out from under the heavy bales and wjth the farm tractor with loader lift the straw from the pinned man. Lutheran church women met Wednesday with Mrs. Carroll Olson hostess. Mrs. Loren Daniel, vice president, presided. The lesson, The Transformed Heart, was by Mrs. Howard Thompson, assisted by Mrs. Richard Kinseth. There was a discussion on purchasing new chairs. Mrs. Dean Loos is the chairman of group I. PIONEER — August o. Rystad, 85, of Rembrandt, was honored by the Iowa Retail Hardware Dealers Assn. at Des Moines as he began his 49th year in the hardware business. He owns and operates the Rystad Hardware '"with 'his' 'son-in-law, Warren Anderson. 6th ANNUAL Barbershoppers Parade Show AT ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Saturday, February 27 7:30 p.m. featuring 2 CHAMPION QUARTETS Kippers & Astro-Naughts with Kossuth Chorus and others. Get tickets now from any Barbershopper or reserved seat* at Rusk Drug in Algona. 12-13-14 SALE All fresh stock and never sold! Some demonstrated on floor! KLGA IS ON THE SCENE HEAR PHONED REPORTS LIVE FROM WATERLOO IN THE GLASS "A" STATE WRESTLMO TOURHAMENT, REPORTS WILL BE BROADCAST THIS FRIDAY * SATURDAY WITH THE FINAL'RESULTS SUNDAY. LISTEN TO KLGA F«r All Tin Ohn "A" Slate WrftMng Tewnm*! Rtsvlls. 1 — Full size Zig-zag in complete portable ..... $ 69.00 1 — Singer Slant o-matic 500 — Reduced ,.'.,. $99,00 1 — Anker ZZ ........... '/ 2 I — White ZZ — Reg. $194 ......... 1 — Reclaimed New Home in Walnut Cabinet 1 — Damaged Desk Hal. Yi PRICE $ 94,00 $ 59,00 PRICE Damaged Cabinets $34.50 ea. CLEARANCE SALE OF TRADE-INS i FULLY GUARANTEED AND GOOD AS NEW J — M/W Portable (near new) ........ $ 29,00 Singer in Nice Lime Oak Cabinet ..... ... $ 49.00 White Open Arm Automatic ......... , $129,00 (H« tubular arm for slfeves, etc. — likt new) Singer Slant Needle Portable (like new) ...... $69.00 NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO ALGONA, IOWA

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