Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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Lone Rock girl wins honor as student nurse L.6H* Reck — Joan WiclHcn- dahl, 'daughter of the Ed Wich- 4—ALOONA (lewa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 26, 19*5 Icndahls, rural Lone Rock, was chosen student practical nurse of the year at the school of practical nursing at Mason City. Joan, 18, is a graduate of Sen- trat high school and began nurses training last September. She will graduate in August. A supper sponsored by the Mason City unit of licensed practical SUN. Thru TUES. MAY 23 • 25 Box Office opens at 7:00 Show Starts at 7:30 P.M. A film of unrivalled magnificence, A triumph of sight and sound and sensation. You don't know what "spectacular" means, until you've seen M-G-M. ROBERTTAYIDR-DEBORAHKERR STARTING AT 7:45 — FUN GALOREI CARTOON ..^FEATURETTE! PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS nurses was given In her honor May 10, POPPY DAY SATURDAY The Legion Auxiliary will have the annual sale of Memorial poppies Saturday. The pop- ples are made by veterans of 3 wars, working in hospitals and work rooms throughout the country. The ones to be sold in Lone Rock were made by a veteran at the Iowa Soldiers Home in Marshalltown. CIRCLES TO MEET U.P.W. circles will meet May 20. - Mildred Circle will meet with Frances Thomson, Tena Jensen co-hostess. The lesson will bo by Marjoric Person. Lucille Circle will meet with Edylhc Cotton, Jean Marlow co- hostess. Neva Shaser had the lesson. The evening Nancy Circle will meet with Carol Bras, and Dorothy Kraft will have the lesson. © ' -^•Thursday thru Saturday "Swinging Paradise" 7:i(M):45 "Go Go Mania" 8:45 only ; ' —Saturday matinee at 1:30 —Sunday "Of Human Bondage" 1:30-3:05-5:15-7:30-9:40 —Monday "Of Human Bondage" 7:30 - 9:40 —Tuesday and Wednesday "Days Of Wine And Roses" 7:00-9:15 "Of Human Bondage" starts Sunday at the Algona Theatre, Mrs. Marvel Blanchard and Lori, Spencer, and her brother, Gary Schmidt, were weekend visitors of a brother the Dennis Schmidts, Sigourney. Kermit Kruegcr, St. Paul, was home overnight Wednesday at his parents the A. A. Kruegers. He came to Sherbum, Minn, with a student from St. Paul Bible college and he then flew Kermit from Fairmont to Algona. Kermit returned Thursday to St. Paul driving a car for this fellow student. Mrs. E. A. Lee was given a birthday party Saturday at Willis Cotton's. Other guests included Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Melford Mitchell and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth. Elsie Wilrctt, Algona, was a Sunday guest at Frank Flaig's. The Frank Flaigs were Sunday callers at her sister the C. W. Hcerdts. Mrs. Ethel McChcsney, Van Nys, Calif., came last Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Amanda Pettit, and other relatives. She came to Minneapolis by plane and Bernard Pettit and Mrs. Glenn Householder met her there. Mrs. Ed Blancliard flew from Fairmont to Eau Claire, Wis. Friday and was met there by her sister, Mrs. Clifford Mueller, for the weekend at Stanley, Wis., visiting her sister. Kim Blanchard, Spencer, spent the weekend with his grandfather, Ed Blanchard. Several women turned out Tuesday and cleaned the main , part .oft the church. <vV later xi»tc will be set for the cleaning of the basement. The Henry Scheppmans, Algona, were Sunday callers at Ben Schmidt's. Susan Blanchard, Spencer, spent the weekend with her Although secretly planning to marry another man, Kim Novak pretends to respond to Laurtnet Harvey's love-making in this scene from "Of Human Bendage." The new MGM-Seven Arts production is based on the ctlt brated novel written by W. Somerset Maugham. grandparents the Ben Schmidts Sunday guests at A. A. Krue ger's for her sister, Mrs. B. A Lee's birthday, were the Melvin Meyers, Swea City, Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, and the E. A Lees. Mrs. Jesse Blanchard and Mrs. Fritz Newbrough went tc Des Moines Saturday. Mrs Blanchard visited her parents the II. K. . Drowns, and Mrs Newbrough attended a photo grapher's convention Sunday They returned home Monday. Shower given at LuVerne for / .rrrnirr) nr,vHittu vH n a May bride CSEB BI&&ER-BRIGHT€ft-5HARP£R uve-IN flES THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 SATURDAY -'•'MAY 20-21 -22 THURSDAY IS "BUCK NITE" THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 iM Wi!!^ V•-"-•; '•.'•,' '-• : > S> ' : :: A:; W < ::C:''\*:. : ^-;''-. : ^- •^••-•X *v 1 > .. . : . * V-: : .-^ V --; v.v ^ -.^:-:^^; W.W *-.">?'iVy!t"S:--*":•:• 9CUHA PEYTON PUCE MICUAti ROM Based on the Novel by GRACE METALIOU5 COMIC M«KCNZt€ LANA TURNER HOPE LANSE t uee PHILIPS LLOYD NOLAN * ARTHUR TERRY MOORE' RUSS TAM8UYN DIANE VARSi RO*€*TA SEE x ,, IT Now In VJ BEAUTIFUL ,, COLOR PUU5 2 Color Cartooni TFRANCIOSA LAN5SURY C0i °* * MVUM Meyers, Fort Dodge, was zed Vicki Jo Sunday it the uVerne Zioti Ev. Lutheran hurch with the Rev. H, T, Mueller officiating. Sponsors ere an aunt, Sandra Jatussen, Des Moines, and cousin Bftrt >elby, LuVerne, Guests df Mrs. iltiati Seiby, aunt, Were the lev. ft. T. Muellers, Edward Lenzes, parents and sister. Cemridt Sunday tehe«l *!••• amities had a picnic following unday morning in the LuVerne J.U.B. church. A social hour ollowed, Mr*. Clara McClellan wtnt t« DCS Moines Friday to visit her on, the Glen McClellans. The Keith Smith*, Homboldt, isited Sunday with her parents, he Harold Meyers. Visitors Sunday in the Btrt homas home were the Stanley tfanchesters, Fort Dodge, the "erne Smiths, Dayton, Orville Longs, Des Moines. Tht Jam** Radleys, DM VIoines, were Sunday guests of her parents the Milo Pattersons. Tht David Zittrituht*, Maywood, suburb of Los Angeles, lave a six pound daughter Me- issa Sue, born May 14. She is heir first child. Mrs. Zittritsch, ormerly Shirleen Schnetzer, is daughter of the George Sen netzers, LuVerne. Tht Rtv. Ralph Hindmans vis- ted Saturday in Le Mars with heir sons, the Keith and Neal Hindmans. Mr*. Laura Mtytr, Amts, vis- ted Saturday at her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Selby's. Tht Ernest Mtytrs, Whiff* more, visited Sunday with his sister, the Herman Hinzes, and brother, the Harold Meyers. Weekend gutsts of Mrs. Gter ia Barton were her sisters, the Ernest Olsons, Columbus, Neb. Laverne Jeffers, son George and his friend, White. Water, Wis. A get together was held in the Lu Verne town hall Saturday eve ning for the friends. Mrs. Dtlorts Dttmtring, Ota watomie, Kans., is visiting this week at former home aric friends in LuVerne, and witl her son, the George Detmerings Wesley. Since the death of Mr Detmering last year, she ha sold her farm at Paola, Kans and retired in a home in Osa watomie. They were farmers in this area before moving to Kans as. Tht Don Basktrvillts, Dt Moines, visited in LuVerne Saturday. Tht Arnit Elbtrts, Harlan, were weekend guests of. her parents, the Edwin Martys, and grandparents, the Henry "Kub- fysr. -;r ; r-;-.„:'—••.' ; , Mrs. Tillit Hunt, Rockwtll r ity, visited Friday with the , Lone Hock, spent Sat- urdiy at the Walthef League camp at OkobojL they went to make decorations for the con* entiOil to be held May 28-30. Mri, Merit Maati, Mrt, Mtn- ry Marty and Mrs. Anne Marty visited in Hardy Monday with rfrs. Ella Waito, living in the Dale Kitley home, Ruth Elmtr, Hebron, N, D., dsited Friday with cousins, Mrs. Anne Marty, the W, A. Martys nd Melvin Martys. She is home n furlough and is a missionary n Japan. She spoke in the Lu- Verne E.U.B. church Friday. teacher. Mrs, Henry Looft was a guest of the Bancroft Blue and White club at their annual Mother's Tea, Thursday at Jim Oliver's, Bancroft, A tribute to mothers was read by Marilyn Prlester, F6NTON FORWARDS The Fenton Forwards met on May 10 with Linda Kruse. - All mothers were present at Moth* er's Tea. Kathy Mortensen join* ed our club. A talk was given by Diane Luedtke. Demonstrations were given by Rita Luedtke and Linda Kruse. Lunch was served by the food committee, Seneca Mrs. Htnry Looft The It. S. Coast Guard was established Jan. 28, 1915. TEEN-HOP •oforlno KIOA "Go*d Ouy" Art Jones V.F.W* ItW to 11:30 — May 41 Admission $1.00 Algena Iowa 37* LuVerne — There were 50 at the pre-nuptial shower for Mary Lee Darby Sunday in the Zion Ev. Lutheran church! Hostesses were Mrs. Chester Sill, Mrs. Donald Bormann, Mrs. Gerald Ramus, Mrs. Bert Ramus, Mrs. Allyn Brink, Mrs. Thees Schrvakenberg, Mrs. R. C. Wai- line, LuVerne, Mrs. Fred Hinz, Livermore, and Mrs. Fred Will, Corwith, A program in charge of Mrs, Hinz and Mrs. Schnakenberg consisted of a solo by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., Burt, reading by Mrs. Brink and several games. Mrs. Brink made the doll for the gift table and Mrs. Sill, pillow for the ribbons, Guests were registered by Mrs. Gerald Ra mus and pouring were Mrs. Hinz, Mrs. Dale St. John, Phyl Us Quebe and Clara Schnakenberg arranged gifts. Mary Lee Darby will marry Jerry Quebe May 29. BROTHER IS DEAD The Max Blocks received word Friday of the death of his brother, Edward H. Block, 89, at Marinette, Wis., May 5. Henry Kublys. Mrs. Hunt arid the late W. S.| Hunt were long ime farmers in this area. The Fred Goetsche* w«r* vis- tors in Bancroft Friday with iis ! ,sister the Ernest Behnken- lorfs. It was the birthday of. itrs. Behnkendorf. The Harrison Cords visited Thursday in Des Moines. The Howard Beyers, Waukee, were weekend visitors at James ilallory's. The women are sis- Mrs. Uydia Lund, LuVerne, her brother John Rentz, Britt, at- .ended the concert of the Corwith-Wesley high school. Her randdaughter, Krisi Nerem, is a member of the band. They were guests at Tjeren Nerem's. De Ray Uchty and Brett, Mr son City, were Saturday guests of his mother Mrs. Faye Uchty They were enroute to For Dodge to a high school track meet. Mrs. Julia Pergande returnee Thursday from two weeks witl relatives at Blue Earth. Her sis ter, Mrs. Florence Lament brought her home. Sally Prior and Mickey Baker Mason City, visited her father William Prior, and friends Sun day. She will graduate in nurs es school at Mercy hospital June 5. Mickey, son of the Cecil Ba kers, Enunetsburg, formerl; LuVerne, is employed at ! green house and floral shop in Mason City. The William Goetsche* Sun day called on cousins the Joe Sykes, Blairsburg, and at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge with her cousin, Lou Yacum Humboldt, patient there. They also called on Mrs. Clarence Krause, LuVerne, medical pa tient there. The daughter of the William ters, The Jack Cooks, Dos Mbinos, visited last week with her parents, the Harrison Cords. The Earl Johns, LuVerne, his mother, the Andie Wernets, and us sister, Mrs, Robert Bravick, Jritt, attended the funeral of an uncle, Sam Henson, 87, at Rushmore, Minn., Thursday. His wife survives. Mrs. John Schnake«Serg, Irvington, her mother, Mrs. Sofia L«nz, Garner, niece Elaine Schnakenberg, LuVerne, and Rita Seneca Progressive Farmers met May 10 with Lowell Muel er, Ricky Johannesen co-host. Lowell Mueller and Brian Johnson were elected to District 2amp at Clear Lake, June 2254. Committees were appointed o plan the club tour in June. Ferry Wilberg told of an effort o support the club treasury. Lowell Mueller led a discussion. Sentral high school will hold jaccalaureate services May 23 md commencement Tuesday, Way 25. Henry Galbreth, associate executive director of the Iowa Association of School Boards, Des Moines, will be commencement speaker. He edits the Iowa School Board Bulletin. The Rev. ; Rex Spicer, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will give the baccalaureate address. Mrs. David Looft was called to the Fairmont hospital Tuesday where her father had been taken following a heart attack at his home near Truman earlier that evening. He is recovering. The A. N. Storms, Des Moines, spent the weekend at Cecil Baldwin's. The Raymond Bergums at tended baccalaureate at the Ringsted high school Sunday and were coffee guests at the Vic Ostergaard's for the latter's son, David, who is graduating. Tilda Johannesen, Minneapo lis, visited Sunday with her sis ters, Mrs. Christina Vahldieck hVallingford, and the Henry Loofts; and with her brothers ;he John Johannesens, Fred Jo- nannesens, and Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry. The Calvin Vaudts visited their' grandmother, Mrs. Kate Wegener, Algona, 'Mother's Day. The Earl Crouches and Dr. Jerry Crouches; Armstrong^ attended the wedding ^ of Earl Crouch's niece, Joyce Jorgenson, and Roger Carr at Waterloo, last Sunday. Enroute home they visited !!the Dr. Albert Eliasens, Plainfield. Mrs. C. O. Bailey had a birthday Saturday, and guests for coffee were the Raymond Ber- gums, Mrs. Iva Witham, Mrs. C. F, Wegener and granddaughter, Mrs. Elmer Hannisch, the Sheldon Merrills, Jr., O. R, Pat- NOW, HELP STOP BACTERIAL SCOURS WITH NewNutrena Plg-16 Pig-16, Nutrena's new starting feed, helps stop Necro and Bloody Scours. Also helps maintain gains in the presence of Atrophic Rhinitis. , . ; This new Nutrena feed provides low cost, fast-growth nutrition and young pigs'really'like its taste. Scours control, pig.starting nutrition'and palatability tested at Nutrena Research Farm. See us tot details. 5-2741 ALGONA Federal N. la. Grain Co. 5-5073 SEXTON Nutrena tersons, Ringsted, Mrs. Connie Reimers, Mrs. Florence Petersen, the Robert Lynches, Fred Johnsons and Mrs, Don Crorik. The annual award night was held Tuesday evening, May 18 at the Sentral high school. Athletic, music and commercial and homemaking awards were presented. Certificates of promotion were presented to the eighth grade class. There was an exhibit by the industrial arts department with Robert Burkgren, SUNDAY and MONDAY MAY 23- 24 some ALGONA can't help themselves... there would always be men in her life... all kinds of men...and always Philip to come back to ...to degrade and despise. Metfo-GoWwyn-ltevef pcesente A Seven Arts Production KIM NOVAK-LAURENCE HARVEY ROBERT MORLEY • SK8HAN McKElA • ROGER UVESEY Ends Wafcasiay CHARLTON HESTON eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ALGONA CUFF RICHARD: WAIIER SLE2AK ,»HAMPSHIRE « SHADOWS;;; THURS.IhnSAT. MAY W' 22 IN €01011! 2 BIG FIRST RUN HITS I BOTH IN COLOR? 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