The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1967 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1967
Page 21
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To Wed Algona Man In June Mr. and Mrs. William B. Welsh, Park Ridge, Illinois, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carole Ann, to Thomas M. Waller, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, Algona. Miss Welsh is a student at Drake University. Her fiance is a 1963 graduate of Algona High School and will graduate in June from Drake University in the school of journalism. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Delta Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa and "D" Club. A June wedding is planned. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. William Specht was hostess to her evening bridge club Tuesday. She was also hostess to her afternoon club Wednesday. - o - COUPLE CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Loren Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephenson attended their couples club card party Sunday evening at Mr, and Mrs. Pat Bradley's at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood of Burt were guests. - o - HOST DINNERS Mrs. Wendell French, Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Mrs. Marie Hawcott, Bess Hopkins, and Mrs. Roy McMahon and Mrs. Carl., Morck are entertaining at brunch at 11 o'clock and dinner at 6:30 at the Country Club Monday. FRI. - SAT. - SUN., APRIL 21-22-23 ADMISSION: $1.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 - FREE ALL NEW HIGH ADVENTURE! SEE TARZAN AS YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN HIM BEFORE-CHALLENGING THE WORLD'S MOST MODERN WEAPONS! OPATASHU _ PJAJS GIGANTIC TERROR! "V Ainenc, WICK ADAMS ONQUERSINE WORLD COLORS*,,, ATTEND WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wolfe attended the wedding Saturday at Whittemore of Carol Ostwald and Larry Hudson. That evening they were guests at the ding of Eleanor Movich and Arlo Beitz. BRIDGE AT CLUB Mrs. Murray Mowers entertained her bridge club Wednesday at the Country Club. - o HAS BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jaques had as guests Sunday evening for a celebration of the second birthday of their daughter Michele. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Erman Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. David Harig and daughter Carla, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter and son David and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen and family. - o - HONORS MOTHER Mrs. B. J. Bradford gave a party Sunday for her mother Mrs. Rhoda Bonar who has been a resident at Good Samaritan the past few months. Guests were other residents of the home and a few of her friends. - o - KNIT AND SEW Mrs. L. C. Faber was hostess to the Knit and Sew club Tuesday afternoon, April 18. - o M-D BANQUET C.D.A. Mothers and Daughters Banquet is being held Tuesday evening, April 25, at the Country Club. Mrs. Dean Kinsman and Mrs. William Studer are in charge. - o - EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. Harold Hobson was hostess to the Eight Specks 500 club Wednesday evening, April 19. CHURCH NOTES A meeting of Vacation Church School Teachers of the Methodist Church was held April 18 at Spencer. Methodist W.S.C.S. spring rummage sale is being held Saturday, April 22. June circles will serve coffee and baked roods. Items for sale should be left at the church by noon April 21. Mrs. John Thompson and Mrs. William Wyatt are chairmen. Women of the First Baptist church are meeting Thursday morning at 10 o'clock to do son,e cleaning. They will have a covered dish dinner at noon. Devotions will be given b;. Mrs. Russell Medin. Methodist church W.S.C.S, circles will meet April 20 a.follows: Sept. Mrs. Bertha Spear; Oct., Mrs. James Powell; Nov., Mrs. John McGuire: Dec., Mrs. Jess Lashbrook; J.H,. Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee; Feb., Mrs. Sam Shipler; Mar., Mrs. Dallas Klein; Aprl, Mrs. J. C. Everds; May, Mrs. Carroll Potter. June 1 and 2 evening meeting with Mrs. Clifford Skogstrom. - o - MR. AND MRS. Wm. C. Dau, who are home after a \vinf "•• spent in Florida, have as a U-LC^end guest George McNary. MR. AND MRS. Henry Seller, Mason City, are parents of a 7 Ib. 14 oz. daughter born Monday. The infant ha« been named Cynthia Susan and has two sisters and a brother. Mrs. Seller is the former Be mice Smith of Algona. Mr. Seller is a cattle buyer for Decker and Sons in Mason City. Grandparents are Mrs. Bridget Smith, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller, St. Benedict. MRS. ELVIRA Monlux was visited Sunday by her sons and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. William Monlux, Ames, and Dr. Andrew Monlux, Stillwater, Okla. He flew to Des Moines and was met there by his brother and sister-in-law and returned to Des Moines where he took a plane NEW TAR2AN ADVENTURE AT STARLITE DRIVE-IN THIS WEEKEND Thursday, April 20, 1967 (la.) Upper Des Moin««— f Tarzan and a young companion head for sued by the soldiers of an international arch criminal's private army in a scene from American International's new adventure drama "Tarzan and the Valley of Gold" opening Friday at the Starlite Drive-In Theatre. Mike Henry, a former Los Angeles Rams football star, plays the role of Tarzan, Manual Padilla, Jr., plays the youngster. for Chicago for a few days of business. MR. AND MRS. WillianSpecht, Phillip, Bill and Debra and Mrs. Anna Weir spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kutzli at Prairie City and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Hooraman of Moline, HI. for a weekend visit. Mrs. Kutzli and Mrs. Hooraman are sisters of Mr. Specht, the former being Elsie, and latter Emma Specht. Mrs. William Specht had foot surgery Feb. 25 at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. She was hospitalized eight days and went to Fort Dodge Tuesday for a checkup. She will not be at work at Harrison's for a few more weeks. MR. AND MRS. Don Higgs spent Sunday at Perry with the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Krohn. MR. AND MRS. Duane Burnett, Rudd, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sorensen were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen.parents of Mrs. Burnett and Stanley. LINDA MEEHLHAUSE and her friend, Randy Hogancamp, Conrad, students at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. MarlinMeeh- Ihause. The college band is going on tour next week and Linda is in the percussion section. Con- WE ARE STILL PAYING... 5 °/ Guaranteed Interest On Time L Certificates of Deposit of 500 or more for 3-6-9 or 12 months — AND — 4 % Guaranteed interest on Passbook Savings Accounts *"* — ON APPLICATION — AND FOR YOUR PROTECTION We .offer you the following Statement of Condition as at the close of business March 31, 1967: ASSETS: Cash and Due from Banks $1,536,052.52 U. S. Bonds 1,735,391.25 State & Municipal Bonds _. 679,762.60 Total Casr Resources $3,951,206.37 Loans and Discounts 5,163,804.66 Overdrafts 1,716.19 Stock in Federal Res. Bank 15,000.00 Banking House _• 69,244.97 Furniture & Fixtures 18,590.73 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock _$ 250,000.00 Surplus 250,000.00 Reserves 18,492.35 Undivided Profits 244,385.90 DEPOSITS ___ 8,456,684.67 $9,219,562.92 $9,219,562.92 Our Total Capital structure over $750,000.00 Our Cash Reserves ...... ... $3,951,206.37 + $15,000.00 Federal Deposit Insurance for each Depositor + One Million Dollar excess Fidelity Bond + Member of the Federal Reserve System + Over $9 Million in total assets We wish to thank all of you who have helped us attain this fine growth and strong financial condition. Our primary aim and interest is to be of service to this community and help it grow. WE INVITE YOUR PARTICIPATION. IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA "Your Partner in Progress" Koiiuth County'* L«rge«t Bank certs will be given Tuesday morning at Corwith and the same afternoon at Humboldt. SP/4 GREGORY Arrowood and his wife Judy and his mother, Sally Arrowood spent three days last week in St. Lewis Park, Minn,, with Sally's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Schneider. MR. AND MRS. Edwin Schumacher entertained in honor of Sp/4 Gregory Arrowood and his wife, Saturday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Puffer, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. James Helder- scheidt, Agnes Thilges, Mrs. LeRoy Gronbach, Mrs. Joe Wagner and Sally Arrowood. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Streit returned Monday evening from a weekend visit at Cedar Rapids with their son Michael and family. They were joined by the son Charles, who is attending the Creighton University College of medicine at Omaha. Enroute home, they stopped at Des Moines for a brief visit with relatives and at Fort Dodge where they saw Mary Streit who is hospitalized at Mercy hospital. Carl Johnson was taken to the Britt hospital Thursday for treatment of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell were hosts to the Metho-Mates meeting at 7 p. m., April 1C. The Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church met Sunday evening, April 16, at 7:30 p. m. Chairmen Mr. and Mrs. Keith Christie and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hardgrove. The foreign exchange student, Sutira Solpet, gave the program. movie clock ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete Programs begin: 7:00— 8:41. " Last Of The Renegades'- 7:00 - 10:21. "An American Dream"-8:41. SATURDAY KIDDIE Matinee- Complete Program begins: 1:30. "The Last Of The Renegades" 1:56. SUNDAY-Complete Programs begin: 1:30-3:36-5:37-7:229:27. "Arrivsrderci Baby" 1:51 - 3:52-5:37-7:42-9:43. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Programs begin: 7:009:16. "Arrlverdercl Baby" 7:31-9:32. STARLITE DRIVE-IN FRIDAY - Complete Program begins: 7:15. "Tarzan And The Valley Of Gold" - 7:29. "Frankenstein Conquers The World" — 9:34. SATURDAY - Complete Program begins: 7:15, "Frankenstein Conquers The World" 7:29. "Tarzan And The Valley Of Gold"-9:21. SUNDAY - Complete Program begins: 7:15. "Tarzan And The Valley of Gold" - 7:29. "Frankenstein Conquers The World' 9:34. ALGONA THURS. - FRI. - SAT., APRIL 20 - 21 - 22 This is Mrs. Rojack. Be glad you're not Mr. Rojack. •**.*„,. v,, r ,... rv^MN TECHKICOllMI' WlititU CONPAO. UMN PiiKiN K)o!>:l ulSI Frtffl WARNER MOS. PLUS .COLUMBIA PICTURES, tost 1 TJE RENEGAl CINEMASCOPE' COUUMBIACOLOR' KM if W* KtOULM SATURDAY a+1:30 P You'll Get To See.... THE LAST OF THE RENEGADES 3 CARTOONS EACH PATRON WILL RECEIVE A DIME-A-DEN COUPON SUN. - MON, - TUES, - WED,, APRIL 23 - 26 ttt SIM. **m m PMUMUfl FCIUB *• TONY CURTIS SCHIAFFINO ARRIVEDERCI, UOm JERKS-MB* GHBk kMQ flCUU &UC|I »!** NANCY -.-,:•' UN HUMES wra m HUMS «sv m Hfltt.» HM HMMU coiir puuvwir u PWMOMIT PICTURE MR

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