.TtoR, Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson spent Sunday at Bancroft with Mr and Mrs Richard Budding. Mrs George' Kohl was visited from Friday till Sunday by her son, William Kohl: Boise, Ida. Mr and Mr"s Gene Heimer had Mr and Mrs Walter Schumpp, Mason Cily ( as guests Sunday. Andrew Hanson and daugnlei Sheila Ann spent last weeknd at Minneapolis with Mrs Floienci Feldick. Mr and Mrs John Bergman, Burt, called on the former's sister, Mrs Amy Johnson Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Oryal Joseph and family spent Sunday at Goldficld with the parents, Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph Sr. Cresco Mothers and Daughters club will meet Feb. 8 at the home of Peggy Wildin with Bcrnetta Wildiri assisting. Mrs V. L. Gundsr left last week to attend the wedding oE a nephew in Chicago, and from there went to Florida for a month. Dr. and Mrs H. Stewart, Kanawha, were guests Sunday of Mrs Luella Baker. The Stewarts are leaving soon for Hot Springs, N. M. and Phoenix. Algona Garden club will meet Fo;b. 6 at the home of Mrs C. R. McQuiston, 522 N. Phillips. Anyone interested in flower arrangements or growing is invited to attend. New members are always welcome. Mr and Mrs Jack Limbaugh spent Tuesday at Minneapolis on business. Mrs Gene Hood has returned from Des Moines where she visited Mr and Mrs C. W. Connor a few clays. Mrs A; R. Cruilcshank has re turned from a weekend visit in Des Moines with Mr and Mn Holland Grefe. Mr and Mrs William Laubeii thai had.Mr and Mrs Keith Kcr ber, Emmelsburg, as suppe guests Sunday. Rep. Casey Loss was accom paniecl to Des Moines Sunday bj his wife who will spend a few days in DCS Moines with him. 1 Mr ar,d Mrs William Anken bauer and Mr and Mrs Harlan Holmers were supper guests Sun day of Mr and Mrs Bruce Orthe afi Buffalo Center. • Mr and Mrs' Herman Thilges entertained at a party Monday evening. High scprc prizes were won by Mrs Carl Ernst and Ronald Collins. Low score prizes went to Mrs Jpc Miller and Carl Ernst, travel prize was won by Joe Miller. Mr and Mrs J. F. Hofius and Mr and Mrs C., E.. Dear.chs have been having aY guests' Patty, Jimmy, Sue and Mike, children of Rev. and Mrs Ronald Hutchings, Corwith, during the hospitalization at Britt of Mrs Hutchings. A son was born .there Friday to the Rev. and, Mrs Hutchings. THURS. THRU SAT. ALGONA 2 TOP A-1 FEATURES MTHREE STOOGES PLUS — 1960's FINEST FAMILY PICTURE! In the warm tradition of the great boy and dog adventures! y COLUMBIA PICTURES presents ^__ LEMMONO BOTH FEATURES SHOWN SAT. MAT. AT 2:00 ALGONA THEATRE: - ^ONA, IOWA CINEMA ART 5 _ WEDNESDAY ONLY - FEB. 8 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER1 the most peculiarly nnH demoniacally creative movie makers of modern . 'Wild Strawberries' been widely acciglmej Mr And Mr » O. B. Harmes had s guests Saturday Mr and Mrs Hark Foss, Le.Genler, Minn. Mr and Mrs Russell Hardgrove were Visited Sunday by Mr aha Mrs D wight Hardgrove, Fort Dodge. J. F. Milder, manager Of the fhermogas Company, spent ffprp Wednesday till Saturday in Des Moines attending a meeting ot the board of directors. Mr and Mrs Charles Kuehynka are : spending today; (triursday; at F6rt ; I>odge with Mr arid Mrs Dennis Elsbecker. Mrs Kuchynka's birthday anniversary ; w>s observed. daughters Jean and Diane, .and Mr and Mrs Irwift' Malueg, Marilyn and Helen Skow drove to Mason City Saturday were Diane and Marilyn had a checkup al the,clinic. • Donna Reefer accompanied Mr and Mrs Vern Rcisncr and Donnr Swan, Estherville, Dave Erick son and Gene Lieb, Fenlon, to Minneapolis Sunday to see "Cin erama Holiday." .',.'• Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck were among those who attended the dinner Tuesday evening at tht Johnson House for the Consum ers Co-opcratuve association o turkey growers. : Mrs Myrtle Haynes came from Webster City to attend funera ervice's Monday for Mrs Ed look. She remained for the rest jf the week and is housp guesl >f Mrs A. D. Lehman, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins are >a'rcnts of a sbn .born Jan. 25. He weighed 11 pounds, 1% ounces ond has been namd Kent Richr ird. Other children in the family are Patricia arid Pamela. Mrs Edna Harr has had word from Dr. and Mrs T. D. Rossing, Livermore, that they have been vacationing in Colorado Sorings with Col. nnd Mrs D..M. Conley who is a sister of Mrs Rossing. Mrs Martha Adams was visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Dwigh,t Sabin and family, ; Des Moines. They attended the funeral services for Mrs Mattie Robison, grandmother of Mr Sabin. - Mr and Mrs Beecher 'Lane, Ralph Stalzer and Earl.' Miller attended funeral services Tuesday at' Sheldon for Julius Tott, former Algouan who died of a heart attack at Mason City ,last week. : • Mr and Mrs Fred Studer Virden, Canada, left 'fpr their home Wednesday. They came for Mrs Studer's toother's John Arend, .funeral after which they visited 'relatives and friends for a few days. ' ; , , Mr and'Mrs; Albert Haag spent Sunday at Humboldt with the latter's cousms, Mi; and Mrs Fred Eislfer and Mr aftdMrs Ben Dodd TOe T riaggS''rteyeMH5en visited by the brother Arthur Ernst, Kimball, S. D. Mr and Mrs Glenn Harms and Mr and Mrs Robert Harms drove to Winn^bago, Minn., Sunday to see the ico fishing contest on Bass Lake. It was also the twen ty-scventh wedding anniversary of the senior Harms. Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier and Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier and family, Ventura. Others at the I.alliers Sunday were Mr and Mrs Alfred Kelch, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Oslwald Thilges, Maureen and Alice Cink, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at Arcadia visiting Mr and Mrs Art Diers and Father C. A. Ahmann,.formerly of St. Benedict. They attended the Kuemper-Garrigan game at Carroll in the evening. Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen JUKI daughters drove to Minneapolis Saturday and met Mrs Hemmingsen's mother, Mrs S. A. SUitcr, Worthington, who was one of a party of',90 who were taking a Good Neighbor tour to Hawaii. .She- will be gone till April 1. Mrs Fern Foster and Mrs Ann Hunson returned Sunday from California. Mrs Hanson had spent several weeks with Mr and Mrs Watson March' at Van Nuys and Mrs Foster visited Dr. and Mrs J W Foster and Mrs Mary Pratt af Long Beach, Mrs Foster had gone via jet to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration ;of Dr. and Mrs Foster Jan. 22. Starting Sunday at the Algona Theatre Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky were Friday visitors in the Victor Fitch horhe. Mr and Mrs Rollo Moore and family were Sunday visitors in the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Wendell Chrislcn- sen. Mary and Wendell 3r. were Sunday dinner guests in the Merle Teeter home". Mrs Mervin Priebe of Fenton was a Thursday visitor in the Jack Tieman home, Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolf of Fonton and Mr and Mrs George Koestler, Burt, wcrfe Friday visitors in tilt Jack Tieman home. Milton Steven left for Iowa City Friday morning, where he will visit his wife who is in a hospital there. Mrs Jay Steven accompanied Mr and Mrs Jim Steven of Bancroft to Algona Sunday where Thursday, Feb. 2, 1961 /Uaono (M Upper D«« MortM-8 they attended the open house in honor of the Robert Steven's, 45th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen nnd Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson were Sunday dinner guests in the J. H. Thompson home. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland will meet Tuesday, Feb. t. in tho home of Mrs Vcrle Nelson. TAX RETURNS PREPARED Accurate •— Dependable — Economical CHARLES "Chuck" BLOOM CY 4-2595 ALGONA TFN Leon Merrill returned a week ago Saturday from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had major surgery and very good recovery. is making T iire Ball and Bob Hope come to the slow realization that maybe Iheydon" really want what they think they do in the comedy, drama "The Facts of Life." The picture, a United Artists release, will,open,Sunday at the Algona L Theatre. few days off to visit their parents. Me and Mrs Edmund Larson and Mr and Mrs J. R. Thompson. . ' Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen ;md Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson were Thursday evening supper guests in the home of Mrs Effie Teeter. Mr and Mrs Wendell Christcn- Et-n and family wore Saturday evening visitors in the W-lbur Christensen home. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen attended the U and I Circle banquet, Thursday, at Van's Cafe, Alforia. Mr and Mrs Frank Ry- Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks went to Clear Lake Sunday where they were dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Jack Easton and family. Mr and Mrs Henry Finer ol visited in the Buffalo Center Bernard Phelps home -Wednesday. Mrs Frank. Walton and children of Rolfe and Mrs Eddie Hubbell and children of Plover were Saturday dinner guests in the Bernard Phelps home. Mrs Vlinnie Sperring went home with .hem after spending two weeks, in the Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky and Mrs Mary Michaelsen of Titonka were Sunday supper guests in the Herbert Nelson home at Lone Rock. Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky spent Wednesday in Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson came home Tuesday night. .Due to "a semester break, they had a crson of Burt showed pictures. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson were Friday evening visitors in the Harvey Larsen home. "Stop Look And Laugh", Thursday thru Saturday, 7:009:45. "My Dog Buddy", 8:30. Saturday mntinee — Stop Look, And Laugh" 2:00, "My Dog Buddy" 8:30, "Facts Of Life'\ Sunday, 1:003:10-5:20-7:30-9:40. Mon-thru Tuesday, 7:25-9:35— "Wild Strawberries" , One performance only at 8:15 HARMONY •' FUN VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT Will Be Yours To Enjoy At The Big 2nd Annual Kossuth BARBERSHOPPERS Saturday, February 4,1961, 8:15 p.m, AT ALGONA H. S. AUDITORIUM FEATURING CENTRAL STATES CHAMPIONS FOUR NUBBINS who appeared over 100 times last year in 12 states, coverng over 45,000 miles and are skyrocketing to national fame as entertainers. And THE HAWKEYE FOUR, who have received many top honors. Also Buena Vista County Chorus and other notable quartets. Buy tickets now of local barbershoppers, at Rusk Drug, or members of Algona Salesmen's Bureau of C. of C. who sponsor barbershoppers. OT>M Classifieds PBV Dividejidi ns his masterpiece^ smosjunglyjieautifid to See'-Time J: FEATURE STARTING TIME 8:40 P.M. INCMAR KRttUN'S <$>, « *—vS */*"" "X\ ' •"**" ' C3B1 fc^l^M^ •— — - r , yyfflj£j^-~ "The Golden Fish" In Color Admission at Box Office 90c Sunday Thru Tuesday ALGONA: HOPE CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM J BALL P.M, fc$Si Plus ST»ort Subject EXTRA HILARIOUS! EXTRA UPROARIOUS! EXTRA MARITAL! _ —_—^ Get Your Season Tickets Now! lading- Foreign mures For Only $5.00 (Save fel.30). I Check or Money Order WitH Soif-Addressed envelops to the Algona Th^tre, Algorva, la. Season Tickets Now On Sale At Our Bo*-Office . . Lif^fe c, s u™,RUTH HUSSEY'DQN DEFORE-IOUIS NYE trying to keep their mates from catching on to what's gojn| on! It liippens in the be§t of families -"1 in the funniest of comedies! Exlrt 'football HigkBghh of 1960" Hus Color Cartoon •for Vferien+ine Gifts! 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