The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1965 · Page 6
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(la.) Upper DM MeJnM Thursday, Nov. 11, 1965 Ottosen Club Plans To Send Xmas Gifts *>'fKeOttosen Progressive Study &<& met Thursday with Mrs. •Jiffies Fowler. Scripture was Wrtufby the hostess. ft %as decided to send gifts to slbkee at Christmas and also to contribute pifts for Santa Clans day here. The lesson on famous paintings and painters \vas given by Mrs. Earl Olson. Mrs. Kermit Fowler and Margaret Holt were piests. - o - Mrs. Paul Kampen has been a medical patient at Mefcy hospital since Tuesday. Their two sons are staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hart FRIDAY MIDNITE SHOW (NOV. 12 STARTS AT 11:00 P.M. ALGONA DOUBLE THRILL MIDNITE SHOW that out-shocks DRACULA and FRANKENSTEIN! SECOND THRILLER I CREEPING TERROR...striking from the depflls of hell Maria lom Touch ENGLISH-CONWAY-CONNORS A BONUS FOR THOSE STILL HERE AT THE END OF THE SHOW! DOORS OPEN AT 10:30 P. M. ALL SEATS $1.00. fHUR. thru SAT., SATURDAY MAT. 1:30 ALGONA FRIDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 JE THE STOOGES PLUS 2ND FEATURE . . . SUN. thru WED. NOV. 14-17 a teen-ace Mr. and MrS. raise a f howl aba lob of / fun with their ji^^--' ^k *3 fS'Mfc* *y.h-~ &•' "A ROCK 'N ROLL ROMP WITH A GO-GO BEAT !" JACK KELLY KRISTIN NELSON !___ JERRY VAN DYKE- PERT KELTON |MAbELYNHIMES-SHEILAHWELLSo//iE'wLSOH« oT/iH Plwj "SPEED ON ICE" and Color Cartoon Al»e "FOQTBAU ROYAL" at Humboldt. Friends who visited Mrs. Kampen Saturday were Mrs. James Banwart, Mrs. Allan Wat- nem, Mrs. Ed Grimm, Mrs. Verne Waechter and Mrs. Randy Watnem of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen and Peggy visited her Sunday night. Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mrs.Roy Telford and Mrs. Essie Cooper visited Mrs. Mary Hansen at the rest home at Spirit Lake Thursday. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and Mrs. Chester Alme visited at the home of their sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Sones, at Laurens Thursday. Mrs. Kermit Fowler picked two half-ripe strawberries from her garden Nov. 7. Strawberries are a delicacy one nehver tires of eating, no matter how long the season. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family were Friday supper guests at the Olivin Haug home. It was a birthday dinner for Mr. Kinseth whose birthday was Friday, and his son Craig whose fifteenth birthday was Thursday. Mrs. Beulah Adams was a Sunday dinner guest at a family gathering at the Amos Hertz home at Laurens. They celebrated the birthday of their mother, Mrs. A. L. Goodell of Humboldt who was 87 years old. The Larger Parish youth and youth from Irvington church met Sunday from 4:30 until 7:30 at the Presbyterian church. Keith Strayer, Debbie FrohlingandJim Schultz gave devotions. The choirs from Irvington and Ottosen sang special numbers. Supper was served by the U. P. W.here. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk were in Iowa City Thursday and Friday where Mr. Van Buskirk had a check up. American Legion held a regular meeting at the hall Wednesday night. The third annual chili and oyster supper was planned for Monday night, Nov. 22. Four turkeys will be given away as door prizes, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius attended the hobby festival at the presbyterlan church at Amboy, Minn. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan of Humboldt moved Saturday into the home of the late Mrs. Bertha Jacobson. Mr. Morgan will continue his work on the railroad out of Humboldt. Mrs. Morgan is the mother of Mrs. John Monson. Mr. and Mrs. Monson are the new restaurant owners here. St. Joe Trojans Make Plans .*$ To Earn Money ST. JOE - St. Joe Trojans 4-H club held their October meeting, with Randy Berte leading the Pledge to the Flag. Discussions on a way to earn money for the club, plans for Award Night, scheduled for Nov. 18, were in- Kicky Nelson in "Love and Kisses" starting at the Algona Theatre Sunday Kcnl lifr htmbiinci and wlfr. Rick nnd Krlslln Nclnon, co-Mar a* irol- lifp hunband nnd wife in Universal'" liilm-iou* romrdy in Technicolor. "lx»p and K.IMCH." The olorv of n lecnngr tnnrrlttpr wliicli was a Mirccftuful Hrondwny piny, nlno rn-'inrs Jnck Kelly, Jerry Vnn Dyke and Perl Kellon, It was directed, produced and written for the screen bv O/.rle Nelson. eluded in the business meeting, A new historian book is to be purchased. Dennis Berte led the 4-H Pledge with Lenora Hilbert showing slides on her recent trip to Washington, D. C. and other points enroute and on the return. Lunch was served by Mrs. Ted Hilbert. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Besch, Cedar Rapids, are parents of their first child, a son born at Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids, • Nov. 6. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Becker, St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Besch, Whittemore, are the grandparents. Alan Mathew Bormann, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bormann, born Oct. 28, was baptized in St. Joseph church Sunday be Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs Harold darken, Mr. and Mrs. Henry darken, Lakota and Mr. and Mrs Peter Bormann, St. Joe, are the grandparents. Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church Sunday for Eleanor Beckei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker, St. Joe, and Richard L. Zeman, son of Mr. and Mrs THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "First Men-IU'the Moon'' 9jlO only, "The .Outlaws Is Coming" 7:30 only. SATURDAY matinee -'at 1:30 FRIDAY Midnite Show at 11:00 p. m. "Curse of the Mummy's Tomb/' Voodoo Woman" SUNDAY - "Love and Kisses" 1:30-3:30-5:35-7:40-9:40 MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "Love And Kisses" 7:30-9:40. "Nothing special — I just wanted to hear your voice" There's a particular delight about a spur-ot the-moment Long Distance call. It's the relaxed, friendly way to keep acquaintances fresh, make family ties stronger And new reduced rates are easy on the budget Lowest lates are in effect every night after 8 p m and all day Sunday Enjoy a teienhone visit - it's the next best thing to being t'v?ro' Northwestern Bell so •>-.. • • .• Just ,rj/ / to ro'in" t , . ,\ ••> C >.' long Distance 'ietAoi« '..-.I ;•'!• inr Jft!,i COlif iif cl:ltO((?i ' "I- It ;. me fast, pots M'..i' A-.I.- !.!•••' • ••;• r Arthur Zeman of Ottosen. Miss Becker, graduate of Garrigan high school, is employed at the First National Bank, Humboldt. Mr. Zeman, graduate of Twin Rivers high school, is engaged in farming. The wedding will be in St. Joseph's church Nov. 27. Sharon Lenertz was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in Sacred Heart parish hall in Livermore Sunday, with relatives and friends attending from here, Miss Lenertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz, Livermore, will be the bride of Roger Koehler, Rudd, Nov. 27 at Livermore. 3 Enrolled At Augustana, S. D. SIOUX FALLS, SO. DAK. Three young people from this area are enrolled at Augustana College in Sioux Falls for the first semester. They are among a record enrollment of 1977 students which began the college's 106th year as a Christian liberal arts college. They are Dennis Ohrtman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ohrtman of Algona, Evelyn Cherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.J.Cher- land of Burt, and Sandra Plott, daughter of a former Algona doctor. 3-Day Dairy Short Course Here Dec. 3-8-17 Kossuth county dairy farmers are invited to enroll in a three- day Dairy Short Course, urges Galen DeValois, county extension director. This three-day school will be held December 3, 8 and 17th from 9:30 a. m. to 3:15 p. m. at the V. F. W. hall in Algona. This dairy short course is commonly called a 4-M school representing Management, Milk, Marketing and Mastitis. Cost of the school sponsored by the Kossuth County Extension Service is $5.00 which includes meals, a text book and registration. Enrollment forms are available from the following committee members or the Extension office - Milton Madison, Lone Rock; Sidney Payne, Ledyard; Laurel Peterson, Swea City; Leander Menke, Swea City; Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft; Kermit Kuecker, West Bend; Alfred Meyer, Whittemore; Mrs. Paul Hum, Algona; John Ward, Swea City; Dean Schlapia, Algona; Arlan Tengwall, Algona; Dennis Mittag, Swea City; and LeRoy Janssen, Lakota. Speakers for the school are Iowa State Extension specialists and will be announced next week. Rhinestones are so named because they were first made along the Rhine River in Germany by Joseph Strasser. 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