The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1960
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1 ' ' , Thieves Steal Cash, Machines At Sentral High 2~Aljjbn0 (Id.) Upper Del Moinet Tuesday, Dee. 6, 1960 ALGONA Mrs Alice Clayton is a palient nt St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. the family Christmas pol-luck of the Moose lodge is planned for Sunday, December 18. A. L. Jackman is recovering from surgery at St. Mary's hospital, Hochester, Minn. —o— Mrs Frank Ostrum suffered several broken ribs in a fall last week. She is at her home here. .—o— Mrs Homer Clark and son, Nicki arc spending today (Tuesday) at Mason City visiting Mrs Danny Miller. •u-u- f) urn Algona Garden Club had a workshop meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs William Dau. Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler spent Sunday at Garner where they visited friends. Mr and Mrs Vaughn Rising have a new grandaughter, Beth Margaret, born recently to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jon Rising. Jack Vipond, Bill Sigsbeo, Bill Bourne and John Plait will accompany their coach, Dick Palmer, to Iowa City Thursday for a three day debate meet. The boys are seniors at Algona high school. ._ (,— • Awards were made Tuesday evening at the meeting of Pack 70 of the Cub Scouts. Floyd Hul- new cubmaster. Eddie and Bruce Bennett, Randy Burris and Steve Kajfwski. new Cubs received their Bobcat pins. Kay Moulton had an appendectomy Tuesday evening at. St. Aim hospital. She is the daughter of j Mr and Mrs Frank Moultnn anr! j a freshman at Aiuona high school. —o— Mr and Mrs Charles Devlne are the parents of a daughter. Sharon Hose born Nov. 28 at St. Ann hospital. She weighed 8 pounds. 7 ounces and has two brothers and two sisters. Tom Hutchison, who is attending Stanford University 'underwent emergency surgery last week in a Palo Alto hospital for a kidney ailment.-He is the son of Mr and Mrs T. C. Hutchison. The W.S.C.S. of Ihe Methodist church will meet for luncheon at 1 p.m. on Thursday. The December circle, Mrs Don Nelson and Mrs O. R. Cook arc- in charge of a special Christmas program. Mrs V. K. Rising will be at the organ in the sanctuary for the prayer service preceeding the meeting. —o— Guild, business women's circle of the Presbyterian church elected new officers for 1961. Miss Friday Midnight Show At 11:15 ALGONA 1 —• • • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^* H ™*^^^*^"*^* NB> * JHW >*^»lwUiBHRHMKiJnHM9HHlB THE MOST EVIL, BLOOD-LUSTING DRACULA fo OF ALL! Slirrinr PFTFR fREDA JACKSON - MARTITA HUNT • YVONNE MONUUR feeds h.s unearthly tlesires on youth and beauty... as he turns a girls' school into, a Chamber of Horrors! . ALL SEATS - 75c PLUS "3 STOOGE COMEDY' AND COLOR CARTOON THURSDAY MATINEE AT 2 P.M. Thur. - Fri. - Sat. ALGONA SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2:00 \ A NEW TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE PLUS A VERY SPECIAL TREAT ! ADULTS - 75c KIDDIES - 25c •nwTTMouGHT Hi WAS/I RACCOON — REX ALIEN SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY - CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P. M. . .^gg^.j The Rousing Rollicking Story Of America's Ever-Loving Overseas G.l's J "THE RED. WHITE AND BLUE STAR-BRIGHT SHOW OF THE YEAR I Swing Out And Sounds "G. I, BLUES" CHILDREN 25c PLUS Color Cartoon And Color Parade A vu Simpson, is president: Mrs Ivan Parrot, vice president; Mrs Goliiie Guck'i ian. secretary; Mrs Marc Mooic. treasurer and Mrs lli-nry Fursl. service chairman. The or'jiani/atitin will have their Christmas party Dec. 12 tit the home of Mrs John Zalaxnik. — o— Mrs Allen Buchanan will be hostess to her biidge club on Thursday evening, , f\ , Mrs Jim Gcelan and Mrs D. J. Shey arc entertaining ai a Christ- iras tea Wednesday afternoon at the Geelan home. —o— Mrs Wayno O. Hanson has been named MothtT-ol'-the-Mon- th for December by the members of the Presbyterian Wednesday Nile Youth Club, -o- Mrs Ivan Long will be hostess to her church circle at a Christmas party Thursday afternoon. Mrs Lyle Mathes will entertain her circle at 2 p.m. —o— Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor are parents of a daughter born Dec. 1 at St. Ann hospital. She weighed 8 pounds and 6 ounces, and has four sisters and a brother. —o— Nicki Clark is home on a thirty day leave from the Navy with his parents, Mr and Mrs Homer Clark. He has been stationed at Jacksonville. Florida and will return there Dec. 17. He recently re-enlisted for six more years. Personnel of the S & L store here had a Christmas party Saturday evening at Van's Cafe. Entertainment was by Jim Carroll, manager ol the Penney store, who sang several numbers. Cards were played and there was a gift exchange. —o— A new Methodist Coupl°s Club is being organized. The kick-off niecting is scheduled for Jan. 8 when Mrs America for 1960, Mrs Clark Priebe of Ucs Moines will be the guest speaker. The committee in charge will be Mr and Mrs Clifford Skogstrom, Mr and Mrs Charles Dearchs, Mr and Mrs Sheridan Cook, Mr and Mrs James Hershberger and Mr and Mrs Rex Tavlor. Walt Disney's, "Jungle Cat" "The Hound That Thought lie Was A Racoon" Thursday thru Saturday "Jungle Cat" 3:00 and 10:00 "The Hound That Thought He- Was A Racoon" 7:05-9:10' Saturday matinee at 2:00 « Friday Midnight Show "The Brides Of Dracula" at 11:15 p.m. "G. 1. Blues" .Sunday 1:00-3:10-5:25-7:40-9:55 Monday thru Wednesday 7:30-9:40 » Door Is Pried Open; Mosi Of Loss Insured Fenion — Thieves, believed to h.i'.e been professionals, forced their way into the Sentral high r':onl east of Fenton, sometime Wednesday night or early Thurs• i.iv morning, and stole $95 in (•a^h and a quantity of business maeliincs from the school office. Olaf Oftedahl, school custodian, iliM-iiVf'red the robbery when he opened the school early Thursday morning. Entrance to the building was gained by prying open the east door, close to the business and administrative offices. The cash was taken from the school safe, which was unlocked. It was intended for change in the basketball games played Friday night. The school had deposited about $1,400 in the bank Wednesday, retaining only the amount necessary for change. Three typewriters were taken from the office, a microphone for the intercom system, two movie projectors, and a briefcase that belonged to Howard Tomlinson, teacher. Personal papers in the briefcase were taken also. Sup't. P. G. Kc-oppel said that filing cabinets and a key filing case were also broken into. Everything was covered by insurance except the movie projectors. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and State Bureau of Investigation agents were called, and began their search for the criminals. Fingerprints were taken in the area. There was evidence that the intruder's car needed water in the radiator or nad frozen. A waste basket was used to carry \vatcr from the school to where the car had evidently been parked, and there, were muddy footprints at the spot. Fenlon Forwards Met The Fenton Forwards 4-H Club held the November meeting in the home of Betty and Judy Wolter. Judy Bcrkland gave a talk on 'A Girl and Her Figure'. Judy Woltur presented a demonstration on 'Good measuring .equipment and how to use it'. Jeanclte Witchendahl gave a demonstration on 'How to Make Frosting'. Diane Vaudt gave a talk on 'Why It's Important to Eat Meat'. Queen candidate for 4-H fun- night is Joan Wichtcndahl. Group activity Vas working on 'Who Am I' folders. The 4-H members made plans to so Christmt-s cnrniin> T Mrs Kenneth Bellinger and Mrs Larry Alt were guest mothers. W.S.C.S. Xmas Program The Womans Society of Christian Service Met Thursdnv afternoon for its annual Christmas program. The church parlors LOOKING f OR SOMETHING DIFFERtNT TO <rlV£ FOR " Give Theatre Tickets, Packaqed In A Beautiful Christmas Card 2 TICKETS WITH EACH CARD Coming Dec. 15 ALG' MERCHANTS FREE THEATRE PARTY GET YOUR FREE TICKETS AT STORES DISPLAYING THE RED AND GREEN WINDOW CARD SUDDENLY THE WHOLE KNEW HE* SECRET! Torture, killing and vicious passions-^ incrtdibla courage/ Here is one of iha most shocking dramas aver dared-ripping atyoyf emotiygy like no o PLUS.2 COLOR CARTOONS - CONTINUOUS FROM 1 P. M. CHILDREN URGED TO ATTEND THE MATINEE AFTER SCHOOL were beautifully decorated for the occasion by Mrs Raymond Stocbcr and Mrs Wilfred Stoe- bcr. Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, in charge of the devotions, read from the Books of John and Matthew. Mrs Arnold Hanson presented a lesson on the origin and other interesting facts aboiu our beloved Christmas Carols. She was assisted by the choir, Mcsdames Clayton Ditsworth, Warren Jones, Dale Wcisbrod and Fred Mortenson, who sang the carols. Hostesses were Mcsdames Harvey Walker, Ray Lister, Kenneth Walter, Daryl Householder, and Junior Hurlburt. Bryan Mortenson went to Ames Friday where he took the A.C.T. tests. On Saturday, he accompanied his brother Ronald, a student at Ames, to Rock Island Illinois, where both wrote Civil Service Tests. Mr and Mrs William Mantelman and family spent Saturday evening and Sunday in the parental W. B. Schmidtke. Also on Sunday they were guests in the Waldmar Schmidtke home in observance of their 20th wedding anniversary. Mrs Emma Botkin and son William of Rouleau, Sack, Canada have been recent visitors in the Ed Bruhn home. Mrs Botkin is a daughter of the late Dan Hantelman. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Saturday supper guests in the Fred Eckhart home at Humboldt. They visited Thursday evening in the Melvin Ricklefs home at Titonko. Judy Christiansen of Thompson and Marian Milgaard of Mills, the latter a former Fonton Kindergarten teacher, visited with Fenlon Iriends oft Saturday. Mrs M. 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