The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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"If "-.ft Double feature At Algona theatre Frl.-Sat. 1 • , Michael Callan and Evy Nor- The near-sighted Mister Magoo lunel are a romantic twosome in stars- in UPA's first full-length Columbia Pictures' thrilling "The animated production, "1001 An.- £ ly , in S FunU ? incs '" ,f nt Ei >s lman ,, ifiri MI ,, . . , . ... ; Color. They star with Joan Evans bi.m Nights, released by Colurn- and H ian Garrick in Sam KaU- bia in color by Technicolur. man's Clover Production. . AROUND ALGONA . Mrs John Hopkins will be hostess to her bridge 1 club Thursday evening. — /) — Mrs Georgia Thaves is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge;. —o— Mrs Goldie Guderian spen: Sunday at Sheffield where sn« visited he 1 !' father. —o— Mr and Mrs Craig Vinson and Tom. Jane and .Peggy of Rock R; pids spent Sunday here with Mr Vinson's mother, Mrs Milton Dahl. Anita Rose Kohlhaas has returned to Minneapolis after being here for several weeks. •' ----—f )- •-— Eight Specs card club will meet Wednesday evening at the home e>f Mrs Esther Helberg. Michael Timothy, son of Mr and Mrs Richard II. Moe, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. —o— Mr and Mrs Marvin Calhoun entertained their couple card club Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson were guests. Gems From Diamond's Lead, Zinc, and Tilaniam IWHITF EXTERIOR PAINT Reg. $5.50 Value ^^ OO 5 GALLON PAIL *L _ „ ONLY $18.88 -<F Gallon Leader All-Purpose WHITE PAINT Perfect for fences, out buildings, or primer coat. 5 GALLON LOTS $11.88 39 Gallon SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT infer* I Truly a beautiful paint I to work with &.id see. Dries in minutes. iTDpn-iB a* KK.OO 3 99 Gallon FINEST HED BARN PAINT Guiran'd i Gnllon Lot SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 4 49 Gallon 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY S19.5lT WED.-THUR. ALGONA "A FINE SUCCESSOR TO 'SONG OF BERNADETTE' 'I ^ x Lillian QiiH "Pictorial lovclintit.'.. in magnificent color and tptctacltl" N.Y. Time* From W«rf«l'» ramorkobU •lory of o woman's devotion to God I (Pint limt any Pop* hat «»tr op-1 JjjJ pcartd 01 part of a dramatic film!) I rilp starring ANNIE ROSAR SPECIAL ACCOLADE IfOION OF OICINCY A tovil df loihtmonl AiKciolfI IttfOM in magnificfnl COIOI • Bk-_k... UK [,lm O.ixl.d bv Clnll MoiiKhl.* PLUS COLOR CARTOON AND "WONDERS OF ONTARIO" PRESENT DISCOUNT COUPON AND SAVE 15c EMBEZZLED HEAVEN SEE VIENNA AND ROME IN GLORIOUS COLOR! YOU'LL MAKE A PILGRIMAGE TO THE VATICAN AND HAVE AN AUDIENCE WITH POPE PIUS XII. Special Discount Coupon This Coupon pretentod at box- offico will entitle boaror to admission at the following discount prices: Children (under 12) all times 35c Juni6r* (12 to 17 yr§.) all times 60c Adults (Matinees) .N £0c Adults (Evenings) y „ 7Sk Special discount coupon value ISc R*b Johnson, student ai Drake University in Des Moines, spent the weekend hero with his parents, Mr rind Mrs Wayne Johnson. —o— Mr and Mrs Bernard "Beanie'' Cooper are the parents of their sixth child, a 3-pound daughter born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. —o— P.E.O. sisterhood will meet Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Glen Segor. T. H. Chris- chilles will show films of his trip to Mexico. •—o— Mrs J. F. Hofius, Mrs John McGuire, Mrs Fred Will and Mrs L. J. Reed have been honored by the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church with life membership pins. ? •—o— Men's Council of the Presbyterian church is meeting this evening (Tuesday) fqr dinner. Paui James is chairman of the committee with Ivan Long and Dick Meyer. _— f)___ Mr and Mrs W. J. Wegener of Clinton wen; overnight guests of Mr' Wegencr's sister, Mrs W J. Sigsbee here Monday. They also visited Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener. —o— The Kiwanis club will entertain all Algona Cub Scouts and their den mothers at a picnic Thursday evening at 0:30 at Call State Park. The Kiwanis club sponsors the Cubs. Lrtwronoo TTufzell, sftidonf Mrs Kverett Steven, secretary oi youth; Mrs Louis Kelley, spiritual life; Mrs Albert Reid, literature and M,rs Clint Lighter, supply work. Mrs W. C. McDougall and Mrs P. Collins art.' in charge work. Mrs W. C. MrDougall and Mrs Perry Collins are in charge of local activities; Mrs Lloyd Muckey, membership; Mrs Kennelh Modin, publicity and printing; Mrs R. O. Bjustrom, audit; Mrs William Runchey, Goodwill Industries; and Mrs W. J. Sigs- l)cc and Mrs Walter Klamp fire the floral committee. The nominating committee is Mrs Leonard Maasdam. Mrs George Balluff. Mrs Clarence Hunt and Mrs J. B. Asa. Mrs Mary Brower of Geneva is here staying with her grandchildren while Rev. and Mn Myron Brower are in Cleveland, Ohio attending general assembly of the Presbyterian church. . —o— U.P.W. will have a pot-luck luncheon at 12:30 Thursday at the church. Mrs Leora St. John will give devotions and Mrs A. D. Crawford has the program on national missions. . r\ Scott Voyles, son of Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles, was seven years old on Thursday and his mother had a birthday party for him. Guests were Jim Pergande, John Sjogren, Jim Harris, Tom Burt. Tom Ellefson, Billy McDonald. Scott Buchanan and Mark Will LAKOTA NPWS Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson of Bancroft arc the parents of ;> son born May 4 at'(he Buffalo Center hospital. He weighed P Ibs.. 14 117.. and has been named Kevin Wavne. This makes the 27lh grandchild for Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson and he was born on Mrs Thompson's birthday. The Lincoln Townshin Homemakers club will meet May 20 at the home of Mrs Louis Wingert Assistant hostess will be Mrs Ed- waid Slurldahl. The Lakota Garden Club met Tuesday uflernoon at the home of Mrs Maynard Herlxke. Mrs Fred Bauman gave the topic. Sunday guests at the Albert Rippcntrop home were the La- Verl Follman family of Titonka, the Nyle Ripponlrop family of Buffajo Center. Afternoon visitors were the Maynard Rippen- trops and son. , Ten Boy Scouts and leaders, Gottlieb Rieffer and Cecil Anderson, enjoyed an outing Monday evening at the Cecil Anderson home. Boys attending were Paul Kruse, Bruce Meurer, Mark Hamilton. Eugene Paulson, Gary Anderson, Mike Buckels, Virgil Lewis, Jerry Garrelt, James Paulson and Dean Koppen. Sunday evening guests at the Adolph Poppe home for Mothers Day and to observe their 44th wedding anniversary May 10. WM-e Mr and Mrs Albert, Slcper, Mr and Mrs James Mayno and family of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Albert Goetz and family and Mr and Mrs Junior Poppe and Zada. Sunday guests at the home -of Dr. and Mrs P. C. Geilenfeklt were Mr and Mrs Leo Johnson of Curlew, Mrs Amelia Koppen. Tuesday, May 17, I960 Algona (la.) Upper 009 Moln«*~9 Minor Mishap An auto driven by Leond H. Senenfelder, ?,«. & a pickup driven by Lars Skaar. oil. both of I.t.d- yard, collided there at 10:30 a.m. Monday. The Senen [elder auto Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper was herulcd west and the pickup south at the time of the crash. Damage was estimated «t $305 by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who mve :(.ig,'iterl. BETTER PRINTING for less - Upper Des Merinos Pub, Co., Ends Tonight (Wed.) "THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK" PLUS "DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS" 2 Day* Only! Wed.,-Thur. May 10.19 Daily Maiin.w 1:00 P.M. Evening. 7:00 and 9:00 P.M. "Our Regular Prieti — Adult Matinee 75c Evening 90c Junior Anytime 75c Children , 50c Wednesday and Thursday — "Embezzled Heaven"., Matinee!, both days at 1 p.m.; Evening, 7:35 - 9:40. Friday and Saturday — "1001 Arabian Nights", 7:00 - 9:50; "The Flying Fontaines", 8:30. Saturday Mat. — "1001 Arabian Nights", 2:00; "The Flying Fontaines", 3:25. Sunday — "The Tall Story", 1:10 - 3:20 - 5:25 - 7:30 - 9:40. Monday thru Wednesday — "The Tall Story", 7:35 - 9:40. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY OPEN AT 7 P.M. ENJOY OUR . Each lovely highlight captured and held in memorable photographs. We'll be pleased to discusi our complete professional wedding service. Just give us a call. Isaacson Studio 124 N. Moore AEgona Music pupils of Sister Mary Ricardo and Sister Mary Arthur will have two recitals this wcsik at St. Cecelia's Acadcmv. Pupils in grades 3, 4 and 5 will appeal- Tuesday evening and grades (i, 7 and 8 Thursday evening. —o— Mr and Mrs Jim Peiiocosi are here from Southgate, Calif, visiting Mr and Mrs Bcccher Lane and Mrs J. W. Pentecost. ' Thi; baby daughter, Pamela, who has been with her Lane grandparents for several weeks, will return home with them." , Q..-.-_ Alqona high school seniors of the Presbyterian church will be honored Sunday at th" mor^'v services. Elders Paul James, Er-, E""J and Wesley Hardy, fathers of seniors, will par'ieio'il | in tii ( . sot-"'ce and Keith Slrayer will give the sermon. —.(*)__ Mr and Mrr. Glen Cri"v. farm er Algonans now of LiHabra Calif., have been visiting Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles here.! On Mother's Day, the Voyles entertained a family dinner at which Mr and Mrs Bob Lovstad. Burt. and Mi and Mrs Hanford Voyles, Sac City, were also guests. ^...-O Tho couples club of the Firs! Lutheran church will, have a dinner and business meeting at 6:30 Wednesday evening ot t h c church. Mr and Mrs Ernie Georg, Mr and Mrs Melvin Bay. Mr and Mrs Duarie Carson, Dr and Mrs Harold Erickson, Mr and Mrs Robert Garms, Mr and Mrs Arnie Gerdis and Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert are in charge. ._, ,Q Daughters of the American Revolution here have installed new officers.! Mrs Donald Patterson. Burt, is regent; Mrs Elizabeth Schenck, vice regent; Mrs M. G Bourne, chaplain; Mrs F. L McMahon, treasurer; Mrs W. G McCullough, recording secretary: Mrs G. R. Cook, corresponding secretary; Mrs James Lytle, registrar; Mrs E. W. Lusby, historian; Mrs,,Henry Tjaden, genealogy; and Beth Annis, librarian. —o— Members of a local sewing club, with their husbands, attended a performance of "The Private Life of Susie Wong" at KRNT theater in Des Moines May 7. Attending were Mr and Mrs Dave Smith, Mr and Mrs Jerry Anderson, Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson, Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles, Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor Mr and Mrs Glen Jones, Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove, Mr and Mrs Herb Weydert, Mr and Mrs Don Krause,' Mr and Mrs Don Asa, Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins and Mr and Mrs Marvin Calhoun. New officers have been elected for W.S.C.S. a,t the Methodist church. Mrs George Wolf is president; Mrs H. S. Montgomery, vice president; Mrs V. M. Parsons, recording 1 secretary and Mrs Arthur Benschoter, treasurer, Mrs N. M. Coughenour is honorary vice president. Mrs John Wilson is promotion secretary. Mrs John Hayes, missionary education; Mrs John McGuire, Christian social relations; Mm ALGONA Friday - Saturday - 2 Big Features ! 9so Saturday Matinee At 2:00 COLORFUL SPECTACLES OF FUN AND DARING 1001 WONDERFUL SOUNDS AND SIGHTSI COUMBU PICTURES PRESENTS AFUUUNOTR fitf) ANIMATED FEATUM IQQI ARABIAN NIGHTS TEMCOUft THE NEARSIGHTED MISTER MAGOO and ALADDIN CHILDREN 25c SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M. from *ebgMusty Stage 9na£i)! anthonyferkins Janefcnda and the •fabulous uialston S«r HARCCONNElBf ** — PLUS — HURRA* ^.LK*.«>*«*Sai qOLOR CARTOON THE STAGGERING STORY OF THE STRONGEST MAN WHO EVER LIVED! His incredible feats of strength...his, seduction by the infamous Delilah...t have echoed through the centuriesL CECIL B.DEMlLlE'S the most awesome moment in history—when Samson i pulls down the huge pagan temple, crushing his enemies under tons of stone—as written in the Book we live by! Samson- armed only with the jawbone of an ass-defeat a Philistine army of hardened warriors! the seduction of Samson by the infamous Delilah who robs him of his mark of power and delivers him to his enemies! I the cruelty of the Philistines | exerted on Samson when they blind him I with a white- hot swordl Samson strangle a lion bare-handed, crushing the beast to death with his grip of steell CECIL &.DEMiLLE > s H SAMSON«iDELILMr ANGELA !l"'i"f HEDY VICTOR GEORGE LAMARR-MATURE-SANDERS-LANSBURY-WILCOXON. PLUS-SteCUND FEATURE HE RULED A SAVAGE WORLD WITH THE FURY OF HIS RSTS! — PLUS — 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADULTS 75c CHILDREN FREE PAT ERNEST VM4C7X' SQUARE JUNGLE SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY -2- BIG FEATURES PACKED FULL OF ACTION! PAUL KELLHIM BACKUS -UIGH SNOWDEN • A UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL PICTURE The love story of the white 1 tfiiJ$sionary and the Eurasian soldier...under the China sky! S[ 2cx Ingrid Curt Rob«rl. ""BERGMAN-JURGENS-DON AT SECOND BIG 6-GUN COJIUflKJ |^U|RANO-|J§Ii.CfiABB£- HARIfi BOOTH PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS

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