The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1965 · Page 9
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MR. AND MRS. Erwin Wiltgen went to Livermore Christmas eve to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wlltgen. Christmas they had as evening dinner guests Mrs. Wiltger.'s family, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Koppen, Mr. and Mrs. William Koppen of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Schmidt, Garner. WESLEYAN Service Guild dinner was held Dec. 27 at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Leo Stevens gave the program, 'Trip to the United Nations," devotions were given by Mrs. Ernest Hutchison and Mrs. Goedon Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. James Utt entertained the former's employees and wives at a 7:00 dinner Dec. 18. In attendance were Messrs and Mesdames Richard Frideres, Harlan Haas, Lowell Fehr, Marvin Tripp, and Gary Lane and Linda Buscher. Other guests later in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. HowardStephenson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Pool, who recently moved to Renwick, visited friends here and were accompanied by their son Larry who had come from San Francisco, Calif. NEW YEAR'S FRIDAY MAT. ONLY ALGONA ALL rju SEAT; JUC "3 STOOGE" COMEDY Plus 6 Color Cartoons THE FUN BEGINS AT-' 1:30 P.M. FREE! FREE! SMARTY-PANTS PATCHES! AND COMIC BOOK! FREE CANDY BARS I v.vJw.v.v.v.! A FAMILY dinner was held Christmas at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus at Burt. Present were the parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whitehill, Mr. and Mrs. A. Tabako and Leon, Garden GroVe, Calif., and Mr. a-U Mrs. Harold Angus, Santa Ana, Calif. The son Claude, Jr., and family of Readlyn will come here later. MR. AND MRS. Grant Gerl- Ing and family, Carmen, m., came to Humboldt to spend Christmas with Mrs. Gerling's sister, Mrs. Bob Oberman and family. They are daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clement and will come here to see the Whitehills and guests. Mrs. Whitehill is an aunt of the women. MR. AND MRS. Don Hutchison are spending the holidays at Saint Helens, Ore. with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newton and family, and were joined by their daughter Joanne, Tucson, Ariz. MR. AND MRS, James Walker, his mother, Mrs. Nettie Fisher, and sister, Mrs. Nora Garner, are being visited over the holidays by Mr. and Mrs. Lathan Walker of Princeton, Wis. Lathan is a brother of James. MR. AND MRS. Charles Walker left last week for Gothenburg, Neb. to get their furniture as they are moving back here. Mr. Walker will be employed at Weidenhoff. MR. AND MRS. James Walker have legally adopted their grandson, Howard Richard Walker, 14. A grandson, John Walker, petty officer 2/C, has been here from Memphis Tenn. on a 30 day leave. He will have a leave again in March. He is an Algona lad and was graduated from Algona high school four years ago. The Walkers have another grandson, Robert Pryor, who is in the air force stationed at Malstrom, Mont. Debbie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Utt, observed her twelfth birthday Dec. 22 and had as guests at 7:00 refreshments Becky Meyer, Elana Frankl, Candice Schultz and Sandra Faulstick. An evening of record playing was followed by a slumber party. MR. AND MRS. Tom Verhuel had Mr.,and.Mr,s.,Jam.e£ Schneider, Cross J ;liake, Minn., as Christmas guests."' A BOARD meeting of the United Presbyterian church will be held Jan 6, followed by the general meeting of the women. Coming Friday to Algona theatre for Gala New Year's attraction. ALGONA FRIDAY, DEC. 31 MAKE UP A PARTi JOIN IN THE FUN I STARTING AT 7,15 AND 10:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS LASTING COMPLETE FEATURE AT MIDNIGHT AND HELD OVER FOR MORE FUN! SAT. thru TUES., JAN 1 - 4 Evening Performances Start at 7:00 CONTINUOUS SAT. AND SUN. FROM 1:30 —•*^—— "' '"" PARAMOUNT PICTURES From the four wlncU they came, the four brother*, their eywtmoking and their fingeri itching. THESONS OF KATIE ELDER TECHNICOLOR s WWftVISION ,'N CO.«TAHRINO MICHAEL ANDERSON, JR. 'JEREMY SLATE ADMISSION NEW YEAR'S EVE - $1.00 OTHER TIMES -9Qc ALGONA FREE SHOW WED., DEC. 29 MAINTEE AT 1:30 ANT TIN nn mi BNWtiHlinMI K v • MTHI WHITI HIM PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS COURTESY BY "TALL PAUL'S" hospital where she had medical care after a siege of virus pneumonia. The G. M. Studers went to Mason City Saturday where they attended the wedding of their niece, Marilyn Lang to David Myli. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Nygaard, went to Sac City Dec. 10 to attend the funeral of an uncle, John Prescott, 81. A. J. Renger and daughter, Mary Lea of Bancroft, will spend Christmas with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Bill Koppen and family. 4-H Club of Wesley township went caroling Monday evening, Dec. 20, then held their holiday party In the Joe Skow home. Wednesday, Dec. 29, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Det MolnM-9 Mrs. John Bleich attended a C. D. A. Christmas party in Britt Thursday evening. All grade pupils of the Corwith-Wesley school held a' Christmas party with their teachers at Corwith Tuesday evening. The high school pupils and teachers held one Wednesday evening at Corwith. The American Legion held a Christmas party In the hall Saturday evening. They will sponsor a New Year's Eve party there. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Raney of Brookings, S. C. will be holiday guests In the parental Cliff Anfinson and H. H. Raney homes. Robert Van Hove came Frl-' day from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. where he has completed basic training.. He will spend a furlough with his wife, the former Judy Seaberg, In the parental Geo. Seaberg home and with his parents in Buffalo Center. Mrs. John Bleich will accompany her sisters; Dr. Alice Sartor of Charles City and Mrs. Mary Oesterrelcher and son LOUIS of Tltonka, on a 2-week ; * vaction trip to Phoenix, Ariz., Las Vegas, and points In Calif- . ornia and Mexico. They left Dec. 22. THE PLOT — John Wayne and Dea.i Martin star as two of the four brothers In Hal Wallis 1 "The Sons of Katie Elder," a Paramount release in Technicolor and Panavision opening Friday at the Algona Theatre. The other sons are portrayed by Earl Holliman and Michael Anderson, Jr. Based on a story by Talbot Jennings about the efforts of four brothers to erase the black mark from their family name, the screenplay for "The Sons of Katie Elder" was written by William H. Wright, Allan Weiss and Harry Essex. Henry Hathaway directed the film, on loca- tton, in the Pancho Villa country in Mexico. MRS. JOHN Helmers spent the Christmas weekend at Fort Dodge with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen and family, and was joined there by her other children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson, Robbie and Roger, Brainerd, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers, Tony and Terry, Aurora, 111., and Mr. an Mrs. Richard Helmers of Duncombe, METHODIST W. S. C. S. will meet Jan. 6 for a 1:00 luncheon. Mrs. Roy Burris and Mrs. Rusell Cook are chairmen. The lesson will be "Automation and Leisure." MRS. FRED Wegener had as dinner guests Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, Burt, Julie Thompson, Shakopee, Minn., ?aid Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz and family. iiiinniiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii 1 Sophia Hlldman, Beatrice and Leo were recent guests In the home of the former's daughter, the Norman Rowes at Ft. Dodge. Other guests were the Keith Neu- roths, Algona, Mike Neuroths, Ft. Dodge and the Kenneth Hoffmans, Marshalltown. Urban Neuroth was a patient In the Britt hospital several days last week for medical care. Mrs. Chas.Gault, former Wesley public school teacher, suffered a stroke Sunday evening, Dec. 12, and Is hospitalized in Britt near her home. Her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Lawrence Baylor and Mrs. Henry Wetland, visit her frequently. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frank were among six guests of honor at a Pow Wow banquet given by the Archer Petroleum Co. at Belmond last week. Renee Bauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer, was brought home Dec. 14 from the Britt WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studar Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll GUILD MET St. Joseph's Guild met Dec. 14 with', a large"'attendance.'' Election 'of officers was held. Agnes Stevens was elected president; Mildred Arndorfer, vice president; Laura Klein, treasurer; and Carol Youngwirth, secretary. A pot-luck lunch was served at 7 o'clock. Door prize was won by Erma Kunz. Circles 8 and 9 were in charge of serving and the bingo game that was played. Hertula Wingert, president of the Guild reported that a pick-up load of boxed clothing, donated by members of St. Joseph's parish, were taken to Blue Earth, Minn, by herself and her husband recently. From there the clothing will be distributed to needy missions. - o Junior leaders ofWesleytown- ship 4-H Club met Friday evening in the Joe Skow home for a farewell party for 4-H county president, Roger Scuffham. Mrs. Otto Henderson and Mrs. Kate Flora visited a former neighbor, Mrs. Mary Bradfield, Mason City, Dec. 13. Nell Frimml entertained her auction bridge club Dec. 16. Mrs. Viola Studer will have the next party Jan. 6. Urban Neuroth and David, Mrs. J CHILDREN (under 12 year?) - 35c EVERY APACHE ARROW POINTED TO NELSON-BARNES TAYLOR iSfitiTO'iysstiip.iiincrareiii An Altoci»HO PfOduct'l. Inc COLOR fry PC UJXJE ALGONA WED. - THURS. DECEMBER 29 - 30 THURS. MATINEE AT 1:30 EIVIS PHPSLEY rauow THAT DRpAM PANAVISION' Make Plans NOW lo Attend Our BIG NEW YEAif tVE SHOW JOHN WAYNE "THE SONS OF KATIE Telephone Excise Tax to be reduced January 1,1966 You get all the savings Beginning January 1, your telephone bill will reflect a welcome reduction in the Federal Excise Tax. For most telephone services, local and long distance, the tax will drop from the present 10% to 3%. Each succeeding January for three years, there will be an additional 1% cut until the tax is completely eliminated at the start of 1969. This tax has always been paid by you, the telephone customer. Now that it is being reduced, you get the full savings. We're happy about it, too. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company Another Big CMC from Joe Bradley Equipment «"* jf >''' j*^*' % i fc lilii Above is a GMC truck, 4000 series V-6, which went to Kenneth Hill of Titonka, recently, from JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT in Algona, area GMC dealer. Mr. Hill will use the truck for grain hauling on his own, and he is also connected with Jerry Schutjer implement of Titonka. Pictured in "front of the cab are, left, Louis Egel of the Bradley shop force, Mr. Hill, and Joe Bradley Jr., parts man at Bradley Equipment. If it's anything in the truck line, GMC has it, and JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT invites you to stop in and talk it over. Ready-Mix Trucks Cattle Trucks Road Construction Trucks General Construction Trucks All-Purpose Farm Trucks The Truck you need for your job -Lef Us Design a GMC for You "AUTHORIZED GMC DIESEL, AND TORO-FU5W DIESEL SALES & SERVICE DEPARTMENT" GMC GMC GMC SERVICE PARTS SALES "General Motprs-trained men in every department" 5-2421 JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT "Alpna's ACTIVE Truck Dealer" ALGONA

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