Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 14
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&-AICONA O«NW) A6VANCE THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1965 ALGONA Sitanliy,May16 MATINEE ONLY The Bowery Boys! "SPOOKS RUN WILD" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION 7Sc CHILDREN 3Sc New fire truck put in service for Burt area Burt — Vorn Shipler and ,as a second truck. The truck purchased in 1938 will be dismantled. Walter Steward has been a member of the fire crew 46 years and fire chief the last three years. He has been town marshal 42 years. They service R4M> sections in four townsliins, Portland. Union. Plum Creek. and Burt and also the town of nurt. S TO MKPT , Circle* of IV WSCS will meet Chief Walter Steward brought jMav 1fl. Inez Circle evening, hos- the new fire truck home Anril I tesses. social committee, devo- 31 from Luvorne. Minn. Tlio i lions. Shirley Wanner, orogram, unit cost $15,000. The GMC monitors: roll call, sisters. Ha?.chassis was purchased from^M CirHo. 2:15 n.m ( hrntosses Bradley Bros., Algona. and thcjMarv Sarchot and Ella Siesbee; fire equipment ws Supolied by j devotions. Lorraine Camonov. Luverne fire equipment com- 1 nrouram. Marion w ps tlinp. roll panv. Rurt will use the Inter- 'mil, revelations. Mildred Circle, national truck purchased in 19522:15 p.m.. hostesses Marilyn ENDS SATURDAY "HUSH ... HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE" Shown at 7:00 • 9:20 SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY MAY 16- 19 ALGON SCREEN SKETCHES To VAST.NEW HORIZONS, To TELL THE EPIC STORY OF THE GREAT SOUTHWEST! WftfeTIf fff fl|BB COLUMBIA P1CTWM ^*Mf>w A ,*!«* »f»C8LER.Prod u c.k>o : Ciil COLOR CARTOON • Johnson and Mary Baer; devotions Vcra Schwietert, program* Phyllis Wiener, roll call, hlP vest. ^ : BAND DATES CON<*6KT The school band will give_i concert at 8 p.m. May 14 at (He gym. After the concert the band Mothers club will serve free coffee and cookies in appreciation of the donations given for trie" new band uniforms. . Mrs. Michael Scott has been hired as 9th and 10th grade, English teacher at .- Sentral school. •••••; Mrs. Myrtle Ewcfel and Patsy attended confirmation at Fenton Methodist church for Anna Mae Menz and Wefte guests of the Clarence Mcnzes; A dinner was held at <Dovl<i McFarland's for Jerry McFa_f- land who was confirmed Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church. Mrs. Ed Blumcr, Algona, ,yt*> ited her mother, Mrs. Emma Manus, Sunday at the Gertrudl Ackerman home. || Guests Sunday at Ed SmitH'ii Jr. for Jill's confirmation were "Major Dundee" start* Sunday at the Aif«fla Thtitre. the Harold Berns, Cedar Ra|. r ids, Ben Wuertzes, Walthajllj Minn., Elmer Wuertzes, Austin, Minn., Mrs. Ed Smith Sr. andiHs E. Rachut. V The D. C. Millers, Laurens, were guests Thursday at J, L. Miller's. Guests Mothers Day at O. ]H. Graham's were the Bruce (Grahams and the Gordon Grahams! The Legion Auxiliary county meeting was held at Algona May. 11. Several Burt members attended. : Mrs. Elsie Lockwood returned Friday from Florida where she had spent the winter. ^ Guests Sunday of Mrs. -Myrtle Zwiefel were the Cletus Charlton Heston and Senta B«r- ger find romance amid bettle,.in "Major Dundee," new Jerry Bresler production in Panavi- sion and color. The 'Columbia Pictures release also stars Richard Harris, Jim Hutton, James ; Coburn and Michael Anderson, Jr., and co-stars Mario Adorf •and Brock .Peters. : day and then return to the IBs- thefville Holy Fatuity hospital, Confirmation was held Sun* day in the Methodist church for Anna Mae Mefi Gloria Nock, Terti -Voigt, «BUly Jbiifican, Greg Johes, Roger ttansen, Stephen Schlei, Allen Hall, John .Shaw, Peggy figgiirth. Judy :M6ntgomery had a stum' bef party ftfday for ,hef 18th birthday, and guests were Debby sykesy Debby Hesvik, Bonnie Pech, Carmen Heidedkef, Leap' dra Larson, Marilyn Maag, Mary Ellen Forshee 1 , Beth Phelps and Mark Voigt and Bruce Gerhart. Walther League Of St; Luke's Lutheran church, rFairville,' elected officers last Thursday evening. New president is Kay Wiener, vice, Cherilyn Kerbefy sec.; Delana Voetteler; treas., Linda, Schmeling; and Christian growth chairman, Renee Mantel' man. Confirmation will be held May 16, at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, with a class of seven, Carl Priebe, Nick Mueller, Nancy Geitzenauer, Gary Eimers, Michael Jackson, Colleen Menz, and Linda Kracht. Carol Shaw, Minneapolis, visited her parents, the Don Shaws, Friday through Sunday. She returned to Minneapolis with the Bob Johnsons who were weekend guests of 'Mrs. E. J. *Frank. .Zwiefels, Gary Brian Zwiefels. Zwiefels, .and Guests Mothers Day i at ;,Don Mitchell's were Keith Mitchell and Loveda -Kohlwes, Des Moines, and Judy was home Friday to Sunday from Iowa City.'Other members of the family phoned. Guests Sunday at Howard Batt's Sr. for the confirmation of Howard Batt Jr. werevthe Wm. Batts, Harold Batt. Des Moines, John Millers, Robert Anguses, Harold Reimers, Humboldt, Don 'Reimers family, ^Mrs. Anna Reimers, Rev. Scheers and — Thursday thru Saturday ' "Hush -Hush. Sweet Charlotte", —7:00 and 9:20! •Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Spooks Run Wild" Plus 6 Color Cartoons — Sunday "Major Dundee' 1:45'- 4:15- 6:45- 9:20 —Monday thru Wednesday "Maior Dundee" 7:00 - 9:25. Mrs. Kenneth trones -the Harold Minos were Sunday guests at Elmer Bailey's. Mrs. Lillian Gabel returned recently from her son's, the bar- old Gabels, Longmont, Colo. She spent 4 months at another son, the Floyd Gabels, Fayette, Mo., and three .weeks wth'the Darokl Gabels. Janet Anderson, daughter of the Kenneth Andersons, Estherville, was awarded a $120 scholarship to the Estherville Junior college to cover one semester's tuition. She is a senior in the Eetherville hlgli school, and 41th in the 1 class d£477, with & grade average of 3.42. She is the granddaughter of the. Clifford Andersons and the late Joe Tfreston and Mrs. Preston. ' - the ; birthday.club;met,at Mrs. Arthur Kracht's Thursday for birthdays of Mrs. Kracht, Mrs. R. s. Mather, and Mrs. Ronald J6hnson. the Claude .JohnsortS were Sunday guests at Everett Johanson's. The Everett Rippentrbps at•tended a program at Woodward Sunday. Dale Rippentrop-had a part in the presentation .fit the school gym. The Floyd Brekkes, ; Wendell Ditsworths and Mrs. Con Brekke were Sunday guests at Howard :Brekke's, Bingham Lake, Minn. Chas. Bensons, Alpona. Guests Mothers Day at Helen Weiske's were the Raymond Lavrenzes and Julius Steckers. Algona. Luella, Mrs. Albert Bauer, Tacoma. Wash., called. The L. E. Riebhoffs visited the daughter Lorena in Des Moines Friday to Sunday. Guests at R. WiJlrett's Mothers Day for Mrs. Claus Wibben wereithe Herman Willretts, Mrs. Donna Tech and David, Britt, the Af/R. Willretts. Albert Wib- bens 'and .Ellen. Ben Faulken, the Bennie Wibbens, Kurt Hankins, /all' of Algona; Mrs. Ernest Haacjc I^iyermore. and the Gar-^ bie W.ibbens, Whittemore. Weekend guests of the Walr Iac6 Hawcotts were Vernon Wal- l^ce, 1 . Etta Holdren and Gladys Hawcott. • • • Guests Mothers Day at Roscoe Mawdsley's Jr. were the Martin Seekers. Mrs. Ethyl Hain, Aleona, Thees Schnakenbergs and Mrs. Adelheid Schnakenberg, lUVerne, the Frank Beckers. feorge Beckers and Harold Jeckers. Shown above is Leo Sankey, owner of the Sankey Ready-Mix Sand and Gravel, Britt, receiving delivery on one of two new GMC Ready-Mix trucks he recently purchased from Joe Bradley Equipment, area headquarters for: With Mr. Sankey in above picture are, left to right, Garland Bradley, M, Joseph Bradley Harry Boekelfnan, GMC serviceman, «nd Joseph P. Bradley. Ready-Mix Trucks Cattle Trucks Road Construction Trucks General Construction Trucks All-Purpose Farm Trucks The Truck you need for your fob —New units presently in fteck. — A'wayi a fine $electipn of used trucks to choose from. I LET US DESIGN A GMC for You GMC SALES CMC SERVICE GMC PARTS "General Motors-trained iren in every department" JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT 9-2411 "Al|oni'i ACTIVi Track Dealer" A160M \V%%%^%>V>V,VNVA'^VAV>V>'»NV^AVAV»VirVVVV l ^V»V^V Fenton Jean Priebe Sunday guests of Mrs. Elsie )reyer were the Orval Ein- spa'hrs, Webster City, and Ray Oreyers. Mrs. Anna Ohm visited over he weekend with her son, Mar in, Fenton. She also spent Sun day .afternoon with the John "Ichallins. She was to visit in Algona Monday through Wednes- The Carl Schaubergers were Sunday guests at Harold Inglet's; Ledyard, for Judy/s first communion. ."" • ' The Leo Neubauers-apd Mrs. Robert Pekarek. Iowa-Fallsi arid the Sgts. Carl Hellers; California, were weekend guests/of Mrs. Albert Paul. The Marlin Pauls were Sunday.guests." The William Gieses were'Sun- day guests of their son, the Billy Gieses, Truman. Minn. Billy Gies has accepted a position with the International iHaryes- ter Implement Co. : at Truman The family moved -there two weeks ago from; Algona, where he had ..been employed. •:•;. The Leo Crbwieys, .Earl Pres- tons, Howard Prestons and Emory' Prestons were Saturday guests at Virgil'Preston's for the birthday, of Paul. .: The Qle Johansbns. apd fAlbert Andersons were "Sunday'^.guests at William Tqbin's.^tlie : Johansons also, called ;iat v their igrand- daughter :'. :: the •;' rJerry:: iWegners who mbyed last jweek- to rural Fairmont. 1,:;. /;; ;',.,•'.. Tony Lohse -and ( his. son 'and; daughter,, Clarence .Lohsie, Fairmont, .arid Mrs. 'August Robison, attended the funeral,of the elder Mr. Lohse's brother, .Mr. August Lohse, 87, at Raymond; Minn.'Tuesday. Mr. Lohse also received word his sister, Mrs. Anna Newel, 90, Fresno, Calif., is critically ill. Mrs. Newel is formerly of Fenton, and has many relatives there. The Clifford Beadles, Tony Lohses, and Vern Mortenseris, Hutchinson, Minn., were Sunday guests at August Robinson's. The Harold Jones, WilJiam Thompsons, Dettmer 'Thompsons, Martin Tokheims and 'Harold ;Fischers attended. the ;hids- torical society at Burt .Sunday. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson told of the "Old Swea". ' v Adult Fellowship of the Methodist church met at Bloyd Montgomery's Sunday. A film on missions was shown. Mrs. Harvey •Work had devotions and program. Mrs. Maus assisted as hostess. The Ed Montgomerys, Dolji- ver, were Sunday guests at :Floyd Montgomery's. THISACCIDENT^ WON'T COST EITHER DRIVER A CENT! New! No deductible collision charge whenbotN drivers have State Farm insurance! No other conpany can give you such a good deal because State Farm Mutual, the world's largest car insurer, now insures over 8,000,000 cars—far more than any other comj pany. 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