The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1965
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2-Aleono (la.) Upp*r DM MolrtM Thursday, Nov. 18, 1965 Robt. Binzens Honored On Silver Wedding SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blnzen were honored on their silver wedding anniversary- Sunday, Nov. 7, at the Legion Hall at Lone Rock. Cards were played at seventeen tables with prizes being won by W. R. O'Donnell and Mrs. Ray Briele, havinp high scores for men and women and Mrs. James Long who won the travel prize. Refreshments were served at a table centered with twenty-five long stemmed American Beauty roses, a gift from children of the honored couple. Mr. and Mrs.BurdellWassels, daughter and son-in-law of Minneapolis and daughter - in - law, Mrs. Bob Binzen, Jr. of Ames were home to join in the festivities. One of her children Bob, Jr., is on the USS Inde- pendance on duty in the South China Seas and Patricia, Kathryn and JoAnn at home. Hostesses Included Mrs. Gene Bollig, Mrs. Wayne Lynch, Mrs. Wlllard Thompson, Mrs. Frank Meyer, Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mrs. Paul Bernhard, Mrs. William Bernhard and Tena Jensen. The honored couple was presented with a silver service from members of the Modernette Club of which they are members, also other gifts and remembrances from friends and relatives. Cheerleaders for the 1965-66 basketball season were chosen at Sentral last Friday. Chosen were CandaceVaudt, Pam Tipple, Deleana Votteler, also Mary Dawn Eldridge, Cheryl Berkland and Carol Jones. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson spent last Thursday with the former's sister Mrs. Nellie Thorson at Ringsted. Another sister, Mrs. Fred Brown and husband of Mason City were also visitors at the Thorson home. Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Krause home Included their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause of Cedar Falls, also Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted. Mr. and'Ntrs. Ge'ne Bollig en- pertained at dinner recently in honor of their son, Mark Anthony's first communion. Guests Included Mark's grandmother, Mrs. Clara Bollig of Bancroft, also the Clarence Metzgers, Algona, the John Jdetzgers, Estherville, the Henry Irmiters, Armstrong, the Gordon Bolligs, Bancroft, the Cletus Muellers, Whlttemore the Kenneth Bolligs, and Howard and Donald Bollig. Immediately following the Communion service at the St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, all of the above named were breakfast guests at the Gordon Bolligs at Bancroft. Mrs. Earl Crouch accompanied Mrs. Dale Wiesbrod and Mrs. Russell Eldridge of Fenton to Sioux City recently where they were guests of Morningside College for Parent's Day. Bonnie Crouch is a freshman at Morningside this year. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson are the parents of a baby girl born Sunday evening at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville, The baby weighed eight pounds and seven oz. She was welcomed into the family by four brothers and one sister, Portland Club Thanksgiving Program Held The Portland Social club met Thursday afternoon, Nov. 11, in tbe borne of Hazel Larson, All of the 13 members were there but one, Mrs, Esther Williams. Those attending were Josephine Arend, Elvira Cbristensen, Jessie Miller, Effie Teeter and Elgena Young, all of Algona. Ella Lampe of Bancroft, Edith Jandl, Mamie Fitch, Elizabeth Kennedy, Alieda Harms, Shirley Lovstad and Hazel Larson, Roll call was "Memories of a Child- • hood Thanksgiving." Ella Lampe was in charge o! fun time. Bingo was played, all winning prizes. Tbe next meeting will be a one o'clock Christmas luncheon, held in the home of Effie Teeter, with Shirley Lovstad assisting. • o Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson, near Britt, Thursday evening. Donald Peterson, son of Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill, and Bonnie O'Rryan of Sallon, Nevada, were married Oct. 30. Donald is stationed in the Navy base there. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks recently attended the Hancock County Little Theatre play, "January Thaw", held in the Britt grade school auditorium. Daryl Sparks had a part in the play. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson went to Minneapolis Saturday where they spent the weekend with their daughter and family, the Jack Thompsons. This was to celebrate their 34th wedding anniversary and also Edmund Larson's birthday. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Paterson and little daughter, Donna, were Sunday dinner guests in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carlson and Kimberly were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Jesse Harms home. Sunday evening visitors in the Edmund Larson home were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and family, Mrs. Ronald Ortman, Robert and Sandra and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad and Sandra. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul were also Sunday evening visitors in the Larson home. The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon in the Cunningham Tea Room in Burt. Ethel Smith and Myrtle Zwiefel are hostesses. Roll call, "A Thanksgiving Thought." Program, "Wise Buys when Sales Shopping." Fun time by Arlene Marlow and Hazel Steven. Harris Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and family went to Alden Sunday where they visited uncles and aunts. "The fellow who rocks the boat is usually not the one at the oars." NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES? We havt them. Upper Des Moinea Pub. Co., Algona. "Marriage On The Rocks" open* Sunday at the Algona theatre. Boss & Prospect OTTOSEN i By Mrs. Donald Usher tn search of a new secretary, Dean Martin, portraying a bachelor advertising man. Interviews a prospect for the Job, voluptuous Slgrld Valdls. The funny, scene is from "Marriage On The Rocks." Warner Bros.' new comedy about marital complications which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Miss Valdls Is feat* ured in the Technlcolor-Panavlsion release, Martin stars together with Frank Sinatra and Deborah Kerr. The film was directed by Jack Donahue. Depew Circle Meet ing Held FENTON - The North Circle of the Depew Lutheran church met last week at the home of Mrs. John Finnestad. The lesson was given by Mrs. Gerald Cody and Mrs. Bertl Berkland led devotions. Guests of the circle were Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad, Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mrs. Donald Twait, Mrs. George Jorgensen, Sr., Mrs. Duella Cody and Mrs. Bert Possum and Lois Kessler of Fairmont. - o Mrs. Ervin Johnson was hostess to three tables of bridge Thursday afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mrs. S. A. Dunlap of Tyler, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunlap, Marcla Louise and Charles, and Mr. Cliff Dunlap, THURS. Thru SAT.i NOV. 18-20 ALGONA 2 BIG EXCITING FEATURES I SUZiE .WILDING Dtrectw) ty JOHN PATRICK • RICHARD QUINE t WoM CntKpmw, Int-Wortddlm MM Co.MwWn DnTeProri ^^^^M rnuiwiuvntU m TKhnlcoloi*' .CHRISTOPHER LEE and ROY CASTLE with PETER GUSHING as'Or.Terror'-mlS'SeblKr SUN. Thru WED., NOV. 21 - 24 They should i stood in bed: The story of the tired husband...the bored wife ...the happy bachelor with the mad pad...and the big switch that began with that go-go girl in a cage I SHOCKS CESAR MERMIONE TONY JOHN NANCY ROMERO-BADDELEY-BILlMcGIVER-siNATRA-LOPEZ all of Memphis, Tenn., were week-long guests of the Ray Dreyer family. Rotation Honor FENTON - Ted Grelnert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grelnert, was recently honored by the Rotary Club of Algona. They presented him with a trophy for "Outstanding Dairy Work" In 4-H. Ted has his own dairy herd. He is a senior at the Sentral Community high school. The digger wasp lays its eggs on tarantulas, which serve as food for the young wasp. U. P. W. met Friday with Mrs. Albert Thorsen hostess. Naomi Struthers gave the lesson for Mrs. Mary Leitl. Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk read from "Concern." Kathy Jacobson celebrated a birthday Thursday. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs.Don- ald Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons. Earl Olson celebrated a birthday Sunday. Guests at their home were Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Pfllbsen and family of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultz and Cozette of Cedar Falls spent the weekend at the Alfred Schultz tiome. Those who came to visit with them and to see Cozette we re Mr. and Mrs. Bill Faulstick and family of Whlttemore, who visited Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard and Jonathan and Mrs. Maude Blanchard of Lone Rock, who came Sunday. Mrs. Roger Madsen and children of Sheffield and many Ottosen friends came to see the baby. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer entertained at a card party Sunday night. Five tables were at play. Dean Telford and Mrs. LeRoy Worby had high scores. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson had low scores. LeRoy Worby had travel and Howard Thompson received door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wehr- spann, Tammy and Jodie of Omaha spent the weekend with the Lester Wehrspanns. Other Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratland of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ostrum and daughter of Algona. The Maple Lawn Good Will club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Henry Olson. Tenmem- bers were present. Myrtle Hewitt gave the lesson on wills, estates and taxes. One hundred persons attended the annual Veterans pot-luck supper held at the Commercial Club Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin were Sunday supper guests at the Fred Scharf home at Ft. Dodge where they celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Malmin's birthdays. Gloria Tofteberg of Ft. Dodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers of Wesley, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend and Mrs. Albert Thorsen were weekend visitors at the Archie Struthers home at Iowa City. Another brother, Stanley Struthers of Joliet, 111,, was also a visitor at Iowa City. Oliver Kinseth took Mrs. Kinseth and Mrs. James Barber of West Bend to Mason City Thursday where they stayed with Mount 0. Kinseth at the hospital until Friday. THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "The World of Suzie Wong" 7:30 Only. "Dr. Terror's House of Horrors" - 9:40 Only. SATURDAY MATINEE - On Stage 1:30 Only "Bart" of Barf s Clubhouse." On Screen - "Hey There, It's Yogi Bear" and 6 Color Cartoons at 2:00 p. m. SUNDAY - "Marriage On The Rocks" - 1:30 - 3:35 - 5:40 7:40 - 9:40. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY"Marriage On The Rocks" 7:15 - 9:20. JALGONA Saturday, Nov. 2 MAT INI! 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