Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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>*•*********•**•*•*«•** Around Algona hy dNItf A DIBftlKStN f»hon« 295-5AOS Mr. and Mr*. 6. W. Sfitlman tpeht Saturday and Sunday al ALGOMA THUR.-FRI.-SAT. JUNE 3-5 ALL THE ADVENTURE YOU COULD EVER WANT- TOGETHER IN ONE GREAT BIG, EXCITING SHOW! , plus 2nd action thriller! The Man With A Gun Is "TAGGART" ';•'.' Starring Tony Young — Dan Duryea in COLOR Maxwell, guests of the letter's cousin, Anna Holland, Mrs. still- man's parents are buried in the cemetery at Maxwell, her former home. Allen Higley c«m« home Thursday from Sioux City where he attends Trinity Seminary, then accompanied his parents, the Leslie Higleys, to DCS Moines on Friday where Mr. Higley had a check-up at Veterans' hospital. They returned home that evening. Mr. Higley who has been suffering for some time from •V.V.NV.SV.SW.S'.SV.V.V.' A-GO-GO! PIER 18 - on Highway 18 at CLEAR LAKE, IOWA •-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCt THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1*6$ a back ailment, therapy at home. is receiving PRESENTING ... Discotheque Dancer- Direct From Chicago The Algona Federated Woman's Club will hold a Benctit Cotfee at the home of Mrs. John Thompson, »lo K. Elm, on t-ri- day morning, June 4, from 0 to 11. Tnc ptiunc is invited to come and snare in their lund raising tor Community projects. Mr. and Mr*. E. L. Woleott Went to I'ort uodgc lor dinner Sunday noon, May JO, at wmch the golden wedding oi the latter's cousin and nor husoand, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley, ot La- Kota was ooscrved, though the actual anniversary fell oil May 20th. Among the guests present were Mrs. ueys mother, Mrs. Jay Wheeler, ub, who lives in a rest home at uuiialo Center, and her sister, Mrs. Florence bhanor, 87, ot Mason City. Word from Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddlc has them staying at Mountain Home, Artc., last weekend enroutc to Honda on an extended vacation. 'Iheir son Don and his wile are now operating the Acreage Motel. Mrs. Harry Potter arrived home Wednesday of last week alter a lengthy absence. She went to Irving, Tex., near Dallas, on Feb. 10, to be with her daughter's family, the V. II. Soruatens, to whom a son, the fourth child, was born on March 3. She remained there till late in April, then came to Omaha lor a brief visit with another daughter, Mrs. Ed Zender, and family, and went from there to Minneapolis, arriving at her sister, Mrs. Win. Campbell's, the day before Mr. Campbell died following a long illness, then remained with her till last week. Judy, daughter of the L. J. Knolls, returned home last week from Omaha where she has completed her sophomore year at the College of St. Mary. She will be employed this summer from June 8 into August at Camp Hantesa, Boone, as Camp Counselor for the Campfire girls. Larry Leaneagh brought his sister-in-law, Ann Seger, home BI&GER-BRI&HT€R-SttARPER fig WED. THRU SAT. JUNE 2-5 • THEATRE -j~\ AL^ONA , IOWA. we-IN 1 IVIESj Thursday is BUCK NIGHT The Whole Car Load For $1.00 IT'S HIGH VOLTAGE ENTERTAINMENT! ft Shearing Look At "Love" In A Frosty Town! JIR0M T.V. TO THE GIANT MOVIE SCREEN £ ? ... AH Those Wonderful People THESE WERE THE GIANTS WHO FOUGHT AND LOVED THEIR WAY TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD! ...JOHN n STEWART WAYNE-GRANGER ..EflNIE r KOVACS-FABIAN .and Continued Witti The RETURN PEYTON PLACE Based on the Novel by GRACC MEIALIOUS JERRY WALD-S ***** JBF NORTH To ALASKA VWi Mlck.y »h»u;nnr»y 'HENRY HATHAWAY 'JOHN LEE MAHIN MARTIN RACKIN-CUUDEBINYON lEtNKMAScooe • COLOR by PC UIXC JOHNNY MORTON *»«•» ••MQIIH IQ SATURDAY UTE BONUS SHQW at NO EXTRA CHARGE """"HOU SiWfH if"" DAMNED" ^r «r»^ BOTH fCATURCS N BEAUTIFUU .COLOR Thursday from Ames where she has completed her ffeshtnin year at the University. She will work again this summer at Templar Park, Spirit Lake, b& gititling next Monday, Roger wrigtu, Wavcrly, was ner guest Friday and Saturday anu ac- cornpaniett Ann and ner lather, uieun bcgcr, to tne blairsburg cemetery on baturuay. 'ine LMI-« ry Leaneagn lanuiy came from /vines bunuay anu bogcrs accompanied tncm to Spirit Lake wnuru tney camped ' in tneir lent overnight, tnen remained in Aigona un Wednesday, uir' ry plans to attend tnc lirst session 01 summer scnooi at tne university starting June 9. Mr. and Mri. Robert Hleki and their lour children, Prairie Village, Kans., were Memorial wceKoiid guests at tne 0. K. bcnooy Home and returned to Kansas Monuay. boo, son ot Mrs. bcnooy, is employed by Calitorma i j ack, canners oi Del Monte products, and lormerly lived at bpringucld, Mo. Mrs. Will (fcva) DaiUy of Bristow, Okia., is expected to arrive tomorrow to attend her Class ot 1910 reunion this weekend. She will be accompanied oy her son-in-iaw and daughter lictty, Mr. and Mrs. Joiln Hodges, and their two cmlaren ot liartelsville, Okla., and they will be guests while nere at tne Clian Daiiey home. Eva Dailey's mottier, Mrs. Maurice Uersnam, well rememoered licre by older residents, celeorated her 92nd birtnday at bristow last Sun- clay, and is quite well but was unable to accompany the' family to Algona, Uiougn she would have loved to come. Chan bailey's sister, Mrs. Grace Liesch, 01 Milwaukee, and a friend, Mrs. l-*at Anderson, came by bus Monday to tort Dodge where the Daileys met them tor a few days visit here. Grace works fat St. Luke's hospital in Milwaukee on the switchboard and at the admission desk. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd Lloyd with their two daughters, the Leonard Warners, Merle Chamberlains, and Harold Sie- ferts went from Algona to Spirit Lake Saturday where they joined the Drifters, a countywide organization of Trailer,: Campers, for a weekend camp- out on Big Spirit Lake's Marble Beach. There were people there from all over Kossuth, 11 trailers in all being included. The Don Nelsons had planned to go to Manchester Wednesday, of last week to attend graduation exercises at Delaware Community high school where, their granddaughter, Jo Ann Dc- Groote was one of the 54 seniors. They did go Wednesday morning and back Thursday afternoon but • learned Monday that Jo Ann had suffered an accident Monday while on the Class Picnic at Backbone State Park. She fell from a skate board and broke two bones, one in right leg below the knee, an ankle bone, and' cracked the heel bone. She spent the night at the hospital where the leg was set and placed in a cast, but was able to appear at Commencement in a wheel chair. When her diploma was -brought to her a large bouquet of roses was also presented by the Class which she had led in their Baccalaureate procession on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Irving Meline visited from Monday to Thursday last week at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. • Chas. LaBarre. They live at Deerfield Beach, Fla., near Pompano. From here they drove to Minneapolis where they have rela lives then back to Texas enroute home. They have one son in Kansas City, one in Houston, and their daughter lives at Se guin, Tex. Mr. and Mrs, Fred E. Skinner, Springfield, 111., were guests from Friday evening to Monday noon at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Anton Didriksen. Sunday guests were the other two sisters, Mrs. Frank Seeley and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe, Ames, The first time the four had been together in several years. Also here were Mr. Thorpe and his sister Clara who lives in Des Moines but had come to Ames for the high school graduation on Monday evening of the Thorpe's granddaughter, Beverly Buehler, of Balboa, C. Z., who has lived with them during the past year while completing her senior year. She will fly back to Panama this week and will return to the States with the entire Buehler family when they vacation iti Iowa during August. Then Beverly will go to Arizona where she is enrolled for nurse's training it the State University in Tempe. Mrs. Buehler, the former Eleanor Thorpe, well known here, teaches in Junior college at Balboa where her husband is 8 Panama Canal pilot. Their older Daughter, Judy, will be a senior next year at Jacksonville Univefsity in Mor-ida. Mri. J. 0, C«rt wat a patiinf at Pafk hospital in MasOfl City most of last week receiving* treatment for a kidney infection and is now convalescing at home. DRIVE-IN THEATRE ALGONA , IOWA Sunday thru Tuesday, June 6 • 8 THE 'BABY PARTY* THE BIRTH OF A BABY THEY SAVE LIVES WITH A PASSION,,. AND MAKE LOVE WITH ABANDONI ,.. and their new loves I THE DOCTOR'S BIG CASE ' "THE ATTACK r*— MICHAEL CALLAN • OEAN'JONES-TELLY SAVALAS .. , BARBARA EDEN; STEFANIE POWERS • KAY STEVENS;' ''," ; PLUS SECOND FUN HIT! PAUL NEWMAN-JOANNE WJODWAHO THEnCTURETHATTAKESANEWATimiDf TECHNICOLOR •&•••••• mwwsr*i«ii . , . i " . A NEW KIND OF LOVE MAURICE CHEVALIER YOUR LUCKY ENTERTAINMENT NUMBER — 295-7171 U MATINEE ONLY AT 1:30 fiEGINUD BECKWITH ti (MM TUCK EILEEN MOORE PATRICK HOLT « *»< PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS SUN. thru WED. JUNE 6-9 I ..wild man! Is it possible that the dead can be reborn? Tray Donahue •.-,'., .AND ...V..'., .-. ... Joey Heatherton in'My Blood Buns Cold" WITH Barry Sullivan Jcanette I^olan Nicholas Coster* >ROM WARNER MOS. 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But we invite you to judge the new Ford for yourself, Visit your Ford Dealer, Take a no-obligation test drive, You won't find Ford offering the rare handcrafted luxuries of a Rolls-Royce, but you will find a hushed ride and solid feel you never expected in a popular-priced car . . . proof of Ford's deep-down quality, New Quality • 100% new body- strongest ever on a Ford, Frame tunes out irritating road vibration • New suspension puts a big ultra- soft coil spring at each wheel New Luxury LTD's • Decorator interiors, thick nylon carpeting • Wal- nutlike vinyl inserts on doors and instrument panel • Rear-seat center arm rests, five ash trays (4-door hard tops), padded instrument panel New Power • Big, new 289-cu. in. V-8 standard in XL's and LTD's * New BIG SIX—biggest Six in any car, standard on other Galaxie and Custom models Visit your Ford Dealer soon! ! acoustical consultant! conducted testa !• which 196S Fords (Galaxie 500 Sedan, XL and LTD Hardtops) with 289- cu. la. V-8 engines and automatic transmissions rode quieter than a new Rolls-Royce, Tests were certified by the U.S. Auto Club. Test Drive Total Performance '65 Best year yet to go Ford! FORD RIDE WALT PISNtY'S MACIC SKYWAY AT THE FORD MQTQR COMPANY PAVILION. NEW YORK WORLD'S FAI» . 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 LT0 4-Poor Hardtop STREET Save Now at Your Ford Dealer's Red, White and Blue Sale? TAYLOR MOTOR CO. ACGQNA, IOWA

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