The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1960
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trtrf* UhJH (W*d.) "0«,t*bo" - "Twilight Fo/The God»" DRIVE-IN THEATRE ,. Al-GOfMA , THURS.-FRi.-SAT.-SUN, SHOWN FIRST ON OUR PROGRAM; Nominated For 7 Academy Awards! JAMES STEWART LEEREMICK BEN6AZZARA ARTHUR OtONNELL EVEARDEN KATHRYN GRANT •nd JOSEPH N. WELCH M Judrt W«.w SECOND OUTDOOR THRILLER! 2HHJHTHROUGH A THOUSAND DANGERS COMES A PROUD PEOPLE.'*»>W 4VI4I pig and brawling as the West itselfl TECHNICOLOR* JACQUES PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS - ADM. 75c THIS THURSDAY is. BUCKNITE! Y€$ f'lr . • . YOUR CAR AND AH ITS OCCUPANTS W/LL JBf ADMITTED FOR ONE BUCK (A DOLL ait TO YOU] YOUR DRIVE - IN THEATRE CLOSES FOR THE SEASON AFTER SUNDAY NIGHTS SHOWING. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE WATCH FOR OPENING DATE NEXT SPRING ! 2~AI§6Ati do.) Upper DM MoinM Tuesday, Sept. 13, Have Guest Day At Lolls Creek Church Sept. 9 Lone" Hock — The Lotts Creek Ladies Aid wore hosts to a guest day Sept. 9. Aids from the Whittemore . and Fairville churches were in attendance. The Program'was opened with a hymn and prayer by Rev. C. Kautsch of Whittemore. Mistress of ceremonies. Mrs Roger Long announced the program: Mrs Wilfred Radig gave a report: solo, Doris Beck; group singing; a skit by Mrs Franklin Rusch. Mrs Elmer Ruhnkc, Mrs Orville Kressin, Mrs Ray Laabs. Mrs Roy Bierle, and Pastor Kautsch; a reading by Mrs Stanley Opheim. Hostesses were Mrs Walter Krause, Mi's Kcrmit Kuecker, Mrs Richard Kuecker, Mrs Ray Laabs, Mrs Duane Licb and Mrs Edwin Lieb. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and family visited in the Les Johnson home Sunday at Kenyon, Minn. Mr and Mrs John Cotton were recent guests in the Willis Cotton home. The John Cottons arrived home 10 days ago from Sula, Montana, where John was with a Ranger station. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris visited Tuesday in the Emma Manus home at Hurt. Mr and Mrs Ira Dutton of Algona were Sunday callers in the Wallace McArthur home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen are happy to announce they received permanent custody oi Becky Brandow Friday at Da- kola City. Becky is in the 5th grade at Lone Rock school. She is 10 and daughter of the late Harold and Eva Brandow. The Larsens also have a daughter, Linda, 19. ,. The Happy Homemakcrs club met in the home of Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen Wednesday. N Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt of Austin visited in the Ben Schmidt home Sunday. Susan Hantelman of Fenton recently visited in the P. M. Christenson home. Susan left for Minneapolis where she will enter the Abbott hospital School of Nursing. Mr and Mrs c Clinton Rath werq? Friday callers in the Robert Heifner home at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Rath were Saturday visitors in the Francis Sanford home. Mrs Harvey Larsen was hostess to the Doan W.S.C.S. Sept. 8. Nellie Miller of Wykoff, Minn. spent from Tuesday until Thursday in the Wallace McArthur home. Ruth Klarr and daughter, Norma Jean and the George Brinkman's of Mason City were Sunday evening guests in - the home of Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur. Seneca Group Names Officers Seneca — The Blakjer Wo- mens Missionary Federation met Thursday with Mrs Otto Wilberg and Mrs. Curtis Olscn as hostesses. Bible Study was presented by Mrs Ted Jensen. Mrs August Nelson presented the department of Christjap Nurture. Readings were given by Mr Henry Wil- ALGONA FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY IT IS mm THAT YOU SEE >v}jjft K FROM THE VERY BEGINNING- Surely you do hqt havt your meat course after your desserij «t 4*#ncr r YOU wiU ttwefore understand why \ve JM-.e gp insistent Uwfc you enJQy .PSYCHO from start to finish, exactly as we in tended that it be served. We won't allow you to cheat yourself. Every theatre manager, everywhere, has been instructed to admit no one after the start of each performance of PSYCHO. We said no one — not even the manager's brother, the President of the United States or the Queen of Eng. land (God bless her). *'. fo hejp you poopprato with this extraordinary policy, we »re lis^pg the starting times below. •Treasure them with your Jife-,or better yet, read act accordingly. . jM^^ SHOWN FRI, - SAT. - MOM, - TUiS, AT 7:15 - 9:20 ,, SUNDAY AT,..10Q.. 3;05 - 5;10 - 7:15 - 9{3Q rj- 1 m< berg and Bertha Olsen. New officers were elected. Mrs Martin Wilberg, president; Mrs Fred Johannesen, vice president; Mrs Elmer Krause, secretary; Mrs Laurence Johannesen, treasurer; Mrs Odey Gherland, assistant treasurer, Mrs Henrietta Thompson and Mrs Ted Jensen, auditing comm.; and Mrs Olc Pcdersen, ways and means committee. Mrs Henry Wilberg was elected secretary of (.'duration and Mrs Henry Looft, secretary of stewardship. Seneca Stars Meet The seneca Stars 4-If c 1 u b held election of officers Monday at the home of Jolleen Mueller. Alyce Peterson was elected president, Bonnie Crouch, vice president, Andrea Stcfanski, secre- taiy; Jill Jensen, treasurer; Jolleen Mueller, historian; Candace Vaudt. reporter; and Cheryl Jensen, photographer. C a n d a c e Vaudt gave a demonstration. Marlene Smith gave an illustrated talk and Jolleen Mueller also talked. Mrs Earl Crouch will be the new club co-leader. Janet Walker Of Swea-Eagle Receives Award Swea Eagle — Janet Walker was presented the God-Home Country Award of the Lutheran church Sunday morning. This award is given to deserving 4-H, FFA and FHA, Girl Scouts and Camp Fire Girls who are also active in service in and through their church. Janet has been a member of the Luther League, Sunday School secretary, and has sung in the senior choir. She has also held offices in District and Conference Luther League, and has been a member of the Bible Camp Board, for tnis area. Miss Walker was presented by Mrs Maynard Jensen, a reprcsen- tive of the county 4-H committee and her mother, who has been her 4-H leader, pinned the bronze medal on fyer. Coming to the Algona theatre Friday thru Tuttdtiy Mr and Mrs John Kelly and family and Mr and Mrs Joe Preston took a picnic supper to Gomsrud Park at Fairmont Sunday eyeninj;. , ...... . ^ 'Mr and Mrs A. J. Von Bank. Mr and Mrs Jack Rcecc and Clarion and Mr and Mrs John Sturm and family were Sunday callers at the Joe Grabianowski home. Mr and Mrs Walter Magnuscn were Sunday evening callers at the Christian Madsen home. Sharon Magnuscn was an overnight guests Sunday at Pauline Paulson at Armstrong. Mrs June Fothergill and her baby moved into Swea City. Sho disposed of her farm machinery Aug. 26 at auction, after her husband, George Fothergill, had been fatally injured when attacked by an enraged bull. Mrs Gordon Garrison recently returned from a guided lour o; Mexico, Central and South America. She spent most of the summer on the tour. Mr and Mrs Ormal Guinn and family attended the Goodgc- Coulson reunion at Estherviilc. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Allen Jones and family of Des Moines came Saturday for the reunion and are visiting .the Guinn's for a few days. Mr and Mrs narold Roalson took their daughter, Patty, t(; Des Moines Sunday, where she will begin a secretarial course at A.I.B. Mrs E. E. Thompson was a minor surgery patient at Holy Family hospital, ' Estherville After four clays in the hospital, she is to remain in bed at home for 10 days. A 500 club enjoyed a barbecue and picnic supper at the park in Sweu City Sunday evening. Present were the Elmer Jorgensons, Harold Jones, Art Andersons, Wcldon Brandts, Otto Pingles. Wayne Jorgensuiis, Gordon Jones, Virgil Jensons, Marlin Pauls and Albert Pauls. (ANTHONY PERKINS-VEU HUES-JOHN GAVIN- Bollig Family Reunion Held; 66 Attended A Bollig family reunion, complete with pot-|uck dinner, was held on the home farm near Seneca Sunday, Sept. 4. A total of 6G persons attended the get- together. J'ruscnt were Mr and Mrs Ben Bollig. Ojjden, Utah; Mr and Mrs Peter' Bollig, Minneapolis; Mr and Mrs Joe Snook, Minneapolis; Mr and Mrs Paul Neimstrom and son, Chicago; Mrs Mike Welch and. daughter, Algona; Mr and Mrs IlotjiTt Metxger and son Fqft l)odge; Connie Metx.ger, Des Mgjnes; Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger, Jr. and daughter, Alg«na; Mr and Mrs Clctus Muller and fH»1Jly> Whituworc. Mr antj MI-JS Ljouie JCoJiasch and family, Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger, Sr., Al- yona; Mi and Mib Jeiiy Fateful Meeting of Anthony Perkins and Janei Leigh has chilling consequences in Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho," the master mystery maker's newest Paramount production which arrives Friday at the Algona Thcwtre. V,era Miles and John Gavin are also starred. Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Henry IrmittT and family, Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollig and family, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Gordon Bollig and family Bancroft; Mrs Clara Bollig, Bancroft; Donald Bollig and Mrs Gene Bollig and family, Fenton. Progressors Of Fenton 4-H Elect The Fenton Progrossors 4-H club held its September meeting at the home of Brian and Craig Borcharclt. The meeting was called to order by President, Darrel Berkland. Two new members joined the club, Dennis Laabs, Earl Jentz and Dick PC-' members resigned, Bernard Loabs, Earl Jentz and Dick Peterson. Election of officers was held with the following results. President, John Ruger, vice president, John Jentz, Secretary, Dennis Newel and Reporter, Jim Laabs. New leaders who were elected were Hershcll Hartman and John Ruger. 'A delicious lunch was served by Mrs Borchardt. The best .selling book in. the world is the Bible with more than twenty-five million copies being printed annually. Junior Class Will Present Play Sept. 30 Ringsied — The junior class is busy at work on its class piay "Caine Mutiny Court-Martial." It will be presented Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at the Rtngsted gym. Arlen Hanson is play. director. Wally Larson, and Mike Christcnsen have leading roles. The three churches of Ringst- WESTINGHOUSE FREEZIRS •'••is Capacity... IOW COSfl *•• (fsf Prices start as ftA JBA Beecher lane Appl. Algona ALGONA Attention Kiddies SPECIAL MAT. SAT. AT 2 P. M. PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS! Ki , d .r 25c ed, St. Paul's, St. John's and Presbyterian, will hold' d A rtcc t. 21 at tion for'teachers Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. at the Presbyterian church. It takes 50 railroad car* to transport the' New York City telephone directories from Chicago which prints the major volume of the nations telephone directories. U. S. HOMES the N«w "Cop* Cod" - $1116 72 N«w Model! From $3775 — HUNDREDS OF OTHERS TO $20,000 Delivered And 8eml-Fini«h*d On Your Lot And Foundation. — • 30-day Delivery; • Build Any Plan; • FiMit Materials And Workmanship; • Bar* Up To $3500; • Cuh Discount. Writ*, Call or Come In for FREE COLOR CATALOG. 215 S. Ackley ELEAD WEGNER Phone CY 4-3700 Algona (37-38) WED. Thru SAT. FRANK SINATRA!! DEAN MARTIN SAM MY D AVIS» PETER IAWMRJ TECHNICOLOR* PAN AVISIO;, 1 ^: ^WARNER BROS.' JOEY.BISHQP AKIMTAMIROFF • HENRY SUVA [CHESTSUPS REQ SKELTON • GEORGE RAFT, mm If tt CHA$E,'ScN>enp!jy by; HARRY BROWN and CHARLES LEDERER • Produced and Dusted ty LEWIS MILESTONE »OCSCHtSTtRfSCOilCfiOI|"'Muiic Composed and Conducted b/ NELSON RIDDLE ' '" Plus Color Cprtoon — Adm. Adults 90c — Juniors 75c ENDS THURSDAY - Bridget Bardot In "A WOMAN LIKE SATAN" No one...BUT NO ONE...will be admitted to the theatre after the start of each performance of PSYCHO* FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY Tie master 1 suspense- showman creates something new -and altogether different- in screen excitement!!! itVtt »•'•*«'••'»V«ViVt*»V»V«tV W«T. »«ltr yffw ••• tlw picture. Direcjed Base*) on the Novel by Robe^ B!gch Plus , Cplgr Cartoon Fri. - Sat. • Mon. - Tots, Shown At 7:15-9:20 JUNIORS ~

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