Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 6, 1965
Page 7
Start Free Trial

TNUMDAY, MAY 6. IMS - ALGONA, IOWA - vance Jury says "Nat Guilty" Harold Grow home tof Allen Gross's confirmation. Other guests were the Donald flidi Gerald Radigs, Gene' Rad Omaha, Mrs. Alex flattig, Fenton, the Glen Berntsons, Paul* ina, Dr. Henrlcksons, Armstrong, Pastor Vehlings and M. P. Scnormans, A card party group brought a pot luck supper to the home of Ralph Bierstedts last Sunday night for the fiierstedt'a 25th wedding May 23. Guests includ ed the Wilfred Radigs, Ornic Behrends, Lyle Mat-lows, Eldott Marlows, Dick O'Doritielfc, Ervin Wetzels, Merwin Marlows. A monetary gift was presented. Mrs. Amanda Pettit, Who had '' was the verdict of this schools attended and the jury, pictured above w " t , n the Te^s Murder Trial" at the ith representatives from most county schoo, . ;Day last Friday at the Garrigan high shown during the session. -™ :SchpQl.. About 450 students from .-10 county high, - Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. group spring rally at Lone Rock Lont Reck — The Algona Zone spring rally of the L.W.- M.L. of the Lutheran church met, .Friday, afternoon .at the Lotts .Creek church with 183 present. Mrs,. Albert yyarnke, Des Plaines, 111. was the speaker and subject, in the morning was-'Where Jesus Walked". She also had a film on the Holy Land. In. the afternoon .her subject was L.W.M.L. around the world and she stressed missions. OFFICERS ELECTED The Happy Homemaker's club met Wednesday at Mrs. Henry Schroeder's. It was the end of the club year and a report was given by Ellen Holmgren. Election - of of fkers was held and Mrs. Clair Bellinger was elected chairman and Mrs. Harvey Larson as co-chairman.: The afternoon was spent playing bingo. The May meeting will be held at Mrs. Harold Holmgren's. LIVELY ROCKETS MEET The Lone Rock Lively Rockets met April 10 at Linda O'Donnell's. ..Linda .O'Donnell and Kathy Binzen were selected 'to go to. district, camp at Clear Lake in June. Girls eligible to go, to state conference were given papers to fill out. Ellen Lynch and Phyllis Cherland will be going on a tour of Minneapolis. A mother's tea was planned. Jean Anne Bollig.is a new member. Talks were given by Patsy McCleish, Jo Anne Binzen and Kathy,.Binzen. A demonstration was by Linda O'Donnell. A leader presentation was by Loretta Binzen. Linda O'Donnell showed her personality book and gave a tour of her bedroom. Susan Lynch is reporter. AT CONVENTION Mrs. Alfred Peterson, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard attended the Iowa School Food Service Assn. convention at Marshalltown May; 1. They joined the other members of the Kossuth group in Algona and went by chartered, busi DATE MAY BREAKFAST The U.P.W. will hold a breakfast May 6 at 9 a.m; in the church parlors. Hostesses'will be Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Clinton Rath, Mrs. Kenneth Jackson, Mrs. Eldin Marlow and Mrs. Joe Culbertson. The Wilfred Radigs attended the confirmation dinner at the Corsair Monza Sport Sedan Chevy U Nova Sport Coupe Chevelle Malibn Sport Coupe Chevrolet Impala S slight stroke of the left side last week, is at home and recovering. The Gordon Blahchards, Ma- Son City and the Chet Almes, Ottpsen, visited Sunday with their mother, Mrs, Maude Blanchard. The Almes Will leave this week for Wyoming to visit their daughter, the Roger Mad- sens. The Wayne Meyers, Algona, Were Sunday guests of her parents, the Arden Hoveys. . The James Smiths, Swea City, wore Sunday callers at Lc Roy Brass's. i The H. M. Olsons, James Olsons, Humboldt, and Carl 01: fons, Livermore, were Sunday guests at Curt Olson's for Kalhy Olson's 6th and Grandpa Olson's birthdays on the same day. Mrs. Andrew Thomson had a birthday group Thursday afternoon. Guests included Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Ruth Kruegcr, Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Mrs. Rose Kraft. The Frank Dreycrs, Jack Tic- mans and Arno Julils, Fenton, spent Sunday at Oclwein at David Dreyer's for their children's birthdays. Scott is 2 and Dart-in is a year old. The James Jensens left Tuesday for home in Aberdeen, Md., after 2Vi> weeks with their pat- ents, the Roy Jensens and Robert Hannas. Word has been received here by friends of Clarence Martin, who taught school here some time ago, that he will be graduating from the university of Texas May 29. Mrs. Delrnar Fischer and Steve went to 'Svvisher Friday to visit her daughter, the Larry Mcnzes. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, and the A. A. Kruegers were Sunday guests at E. A. Lee's. Mrs. Kenneth Studer, Bancroft, and Mrs. A. A. Kruegcr attended a distributors meeting In Albert Lea, Mian, Wednesday. OFFICE SUMLIM At THE ADVANCE Corresponds! WANTED FOR WHITTEMORE AREAI CONTACT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE — 295-2424 -World's "Fair, Yellowstone," Niagara; Mackinae Pridge, summer cottage? See us for the right Chevrolet 'so you'll make it in style, Wke a lively Corvair. Or the style and 'economy of a Chevy II, Or a youthful Chevelle, favorite in its size class, Or a luxurious Jet'Smooth Chevrolet, The last three are availably (with the economical, spirited Turbos-Thrift $ix. You can order a Monza. with up to HO hp. You can't find a newer car or a better time Ito buy one. Come in^piek yours now y^ fttdlfQt aiiCWilliitl! S«t"yourChtvrokt dealer for a new CHEVROLET • CHEVELLE * CHEVY S * CORVAIR 14 OU4 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. fW CORNER Of SeuiTHQUSf AI-QONA PHONf *®*£®®**®®^^ SATURDAY, MAY 8th ; 9:00 A. M. until 9:00 P. M. SUNDAY, MAY 9th 1:00 P.M. until! 0:00 P.M. \ Floral Hall -- Kossuth Fairgrounds - Algona —SEE — .* Special Car Models of WICK, CADILLAC, CHEVROLET, CHRYSLER, DODGE, FORD, .^UPOBILE, 1P^ * Terrific Stage Show ACTS DIRECT FROM CHICAGO i Harry "King" Cole is the fabulously funny, outstanding Master of Ceremonies. A one man show! Seiler and Seabold have a sparkling variety of acts, including magic, ballet, and other dancing. Their skiis however will stop the show. They perform difficult technical steps, spins, falls, splits, and somersaults that get continuous laughter. FREE 7-UP and DR. PEPPER Served All During Show -•WIN FREE- A NEW AUTOMOBILE—Your choice of nine different makes. Drawing will lake place at 9:00 p.m. Sunday. You need not be present to win. Second prize is a fine stereophonic record player console. Admission Tickets $1.00 Including Tax Tickets Available at Any Aiyona Csr Dealer or Parts Jobber. Sponsored by AUTOMOTIVE BUREAU Algona Chamber of Commerce Harry "King" Cole 1 y I i I 1 I I jj I is I

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free