The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1967 · Page 23
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MRS. HATTIE BURLINGAME was recently at Garner for a visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Nettie Merriam. They went to Mason City to see a friend, Mrs. Vernle Thompson at the Health Center. RANDY RIEDINGER Hew to Lincoln, Nebr. last Saturday and attended a junior-senior prom. He was house guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Peterson. He returned via plane the following day. MR. AND MRS. Art Burris were in Des Moines Saturday in search of a home as they plan to move there soon. Mr. Burris will be employed with the Haack Diesel Co. He has been a city employee here for some time. TOM BURTIS, who is stationed at Ft. Irwin, near Barstow, Calif., is expected home May 13 or 14 for a leave which will be spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burtis. T i Give Rooms New Warmth and Color with j WALL PAINT f i Dries in 23 Minutes Guaranteed Washable Clean-up With Soap and Water You want your home to be comfortable for your family and inviting to guests. 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Y 2 PRICE Sale! f i x I Wallpaper i Visit our store and see these bargains on papers carried in stock. Not odds and ends or short lots —but latest Studio or Decorator patterns included along with popular priced papers. Buy Now-Save up to '/*! j SAITER'S ' DAVIS PAINT STORE' * GRUMBACHER ARTISTS SUPPLIES I CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING f AIGONA j ACADEMY AWARD WINNER AT STARLITE DRIVE-IN SUNDAY They're home and they're resuming the violent scarifying feud which is the main staple of their married existence. Scene with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton as the self-destructive couple is from "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?". the exciting new film drama based on Edward Albee's famous stage hit. Released by Warner Bros.. "Who Afraid of Virginia Wolff?" opens Sunday at the Starllte Drive-In Theatre. George Segal and Sandy Dennis star together with Miss Taylor and Burton. The film was directed by Mike Nichols from a scenario by Ernest Lehman. MR. AND MRS. Don Christensen have been visited by their daughter, Mrs. Robert Sandel, Santa Ana, Calif. She was accompanied by Mrs. Michael Skender, nee Mildred Galbraith, former Algonan now of El Paso, Tex. The women flew here, then took a car to visit friends In Minneapolis and other places in the vicinity. MRS. ROY HUTZELL will be hostess to the Knit and Sew Club Tuesday afternoon, May 16. The last meeting was with Mrs. Ed Hagg. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson had as weekend guests the latter' s brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Traeger, Sumner. MR. AND MRS. Howard Seely were visited several days last week by Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Geilenfelt of Fairmont who are moving to Eugene, Ore. Other guests over the weekend were their son, Craig Seely of Baltic, S.D., Darrell Mohr, Jefferson, and the Eugene Geilenfelds and family, Rudd. . _ AND MRS. ,. Allen Wagner and family spent Sunday at Fair- "mont. ;i BOY SCOUT TROOP 71 met May 10. Darrell Steven is Scoutmaster. REV. AND MRS. W. R. Noland are on vacation due to doctor's orders for Rev. Noland. They are spending the time with their daughter. MR. AND MRS. Charles Beringer have been visitedbythe former's brother, Anthony and wife, LaMonte. They went from here to South Dakota to visit relatives and stopped here for a further visit enroute home. SUSAN MOULTON will be in charge of the Algona Country Club swimming pool this summer. She Is a student at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon. MR. AND MRS. Walter Boeckholt went to Buffalo Center Sunday to see the former's brother, Alreck, at the hospital. He had recent surgery. MR. AND MRS. Joe Cogley were visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bronson and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy and two children, Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Riedlnger, Eric and Ronnie attended Veishea Saturday at Iowa State, Ames. MRS. DENA BOEKELMAN and her daughter, Henrietta, spent Sunday at Lakota with the former's son-in-law and daughter,Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter. MRS. EARL BOWMAN and her mother, Mrs. Eliza Angle, spent Tuesday at Clear Lake with friends. MR. AND MRS. Joe Bradley spent the weekend at Omaha, Nebr., attending Parents Day at Creighton University where their son, John, is a student. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreesman of Algona called at the home of the Jay Budlongs Sunday afternoon. MR. AND MRS. Walter Bradley spent Parents Weekend at Creighton University, Omaha, where their daughter, Cindy, is a student. Their daughter Therese is also there working with Head Start with 20 youths. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Black had as guests Sunday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Black, Ft. Dodge. FRIENDS OF MRS. H. Pierce Witmer, Des Moines, nee Helen Lusby of Algona, will be Interested in learning that she and her husband recently returned from a two week visit In Florida with friends. OUT OF TOWN relatives and friends who attended funeral services May 3 for Mary Streit and met at Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smiths following the rites were Mrs. William Healey, Brookfield Hills, Mich., Capt. Harold Streit, Boston, Mass., Betty Streit, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen, Mrs. Norbert Giere, M. K. Thomas, Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fisher, Mrs. Elizabeth Bunkers, Mr. and Mrs. Don Niichel, Mrs. Etta Johnnes, Mrs. Frank Kolbeck, Ashton, Mrs. Wilfred Koenig, Leo Streit, Stacyville, John Streit, Osage, Mrs. L. W. Hurley, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Niichel, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan,, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rellishan and five daughters, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norling, Emmetsburg, Mrs. Fred Kuyper, Mrs. Tom McMahon, Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Streit and four sons, Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Niichel, Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Selbert, Primghar, Terrence Cullen, Bridget and Kevin of Lincoln, Nebr. "MAMA CAT" Two baby, homeless raccoons are being mothered by a mama cat belonging to Mrs. Wayne Casper of Hiteman, With the two new kittens the family numbers four. movie clock ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete program begins: 7:30 p. m. "Blues For Lovers" 7:33. "Around The World Under The Sea" - 9:12 p. m. SATURDAY KIDDIE Matinee- Complete program begins: 1:00 p. m. "Around The World Under The Sea"-1:30 p. m. SATURDAY EVENING-Spring Show-A-Rama. Complete program begins 7 p. m. 'Duel At Diablo" - 7:06, "Rasputin Bad Monk" - 8:55. "The Reptile" - 10:27. "Contest Girl"11:57. SUNDAY - Complete program begins: 1:30 - 4:18- 6:57 p. m. "Hotel" - 2:13 - 4:52 - 7:36 9:41. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete program begins; 7:30 p. m. "Hotel" - 8:09. STARLITE DRIVE-IN THURSDAY and SATURDAY- Complete program begins: 8:30 p. m. "Casanova 70" - 8:44. "Tenth Victim"-11:02. FRIDAY - Complete program begins: 8:30 p. m. "Tenth Victim" - 8:44. "Casanova 70"10:41. LUCKY FRIDAY MIDNITE Show - Complete program begins 12:35 a. m. "She" - 12:35 a. m. "Day Of The Trif fids"-2:20 a.m. SUNDAY andTUESDAY-Com- plete program begins 8:35 p. m. "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf - 8:49. "Roman Holiday"-11:23. MONDAY - Complete program begins 8:35 p. m. "Roman Holiday" - 8:49. "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wool?'-11:13. WEDNESDAY- Complete program begins 8:35 p. m. "Muscle Beach Party"-8:42. "Swinger's Paradise" - 10:41. "Having A Wild Weekend-12:08. Thunday, May 11, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dej Meines-3 Linda Simpson 01 Wesley Is Wed Saturday WESLEY- Linda Marie Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simpson, became the bride of Richard Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. LewisFoxof Britt, Saturday at 2 p. m. in the Little Brown Church at Nashua. Rev. Utterback performed the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attended by her sister, Dorothy Simpson. The groom's attendant was Duane Larson. A reception was held that evening in the local Evangelical Free church parlors. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seaberg, Mesdames Tony Pearson, Stanley Simpson, Arvin Larson, Edna Wubben, Howard Funnemark and Ivan Johnson. Mrs. Edwin Burr and Mrs. Art Larson poured coffee, Mrs. Lester Larson and Mrs. L. L. Lease cut and served the cake; Mrs. Richard Simpson and Mrs. Larry Pearson served punch. Table waitresses were Diane Jongewaard, Diane Wil- hlte, Jerry Mau, Becky Girres, Vicki Detmering and Karen Simpson. A program was presented, with Geo. Seaberg as master of ceremonies. Rev. Curtis Anderson, local pastor, read the scripture and prayer. Kathy Huisingasang a solo. Judy Appelhuns gave a reading. Sigrld Johnson, Nancy Funnemark and Ruth Jongewaard sang two numbers. Mrs. Jongewaard was accompanist on the electric organ. Mrs. Jongewaard and Mrs. Robert Seefelt sang a duet. Anna Flom played the prelude. The newlyweds are living in an apartment in Britt. He is employed by the Wlnnebago Trailer Co., Forest City. GIGANTIC FURNITURE SALE BEGINS AT 9 A.M. THURSDAY, MAY 11 FOR 15 DAYS IN FORMER RON & JACK'S BLDG. NORTH DODGE ST. - ALGONA REGISTER FOR FREE GIFTS Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. each night for your shopping convenience ! SEE Special Color Section in Today's UDM It's full of values ! COME EARLY FOR PRE-SHOW FUN I DANCE 'TIL DUSK TONITE WE'LL PLAY POP MUSIC THEN AT DUSK YOU'LL SEE THURS. - FRI. - SAT., MAY 11-12-13 "THE IOTH VICTIM" "CASANOVA W LUCKY FRIDAY MIDNITE SHOW : URSULA ANDRESS CINEMASCOPE TECHNICOLOR PLUS THE DAY OF LUV THE m TRIFFIDS ;A COLOR \f.. .in,I CINI MAS«.-( )l'l SUN. - MON. - TUES., MAY 14 - 15 - 16 IN ERNEST LEHMAN S PRODUCTION OF EDWARD ALBEE'S IMPORTANT EXCEPTION NO ONE j UNDER IB WILL BE ADMITTED UNLESS j ACCOMPANIED BY HIS PARENT PLUS GREGORY PECK,, AUDREY HEPBURN " WILLIAM WYLER'S Kama** AUDREY HEPBURN Invites You To Share The Happy Romantic Adventure That Won Her The Academy Award! EDDIE ALBERT STARTS WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 "MUSCLE BEACH PARTY" PLUS SWINGER'S PARADISE AND "HAVING A WILD WEEKEND" ALGONA THURS. - FRI. - SAT., MAY 11-12-13 INCREDIBLE UNDERSEA ADVENTURES AND INVENTIONS! LLOYD BRIDGES SHIRLEY EATON BRIAN KELLY DAVID McCALLUM MARSHALL THOMPSON GARY MERRILL PLUS slnr\ ;is ilifTcrcnl .mil cvoliii^ :is llu- music • if tilt' IIKItl Llllcd R.\\ CHAKLItSis BLUES ..<-.!., 20". I,-,*., /,. SATURDAY KIDDIE MATINEE M-G-M Presents AN IVAN TORS PRODUCTION R THE SEA In PANAVISION* and MCTROCOLOR PLUS 3 CARTOONS ALL SEATS - 50c SATURDAY EVENING - 7:00 P.M. jaiuesGaRNeR ThJGLATDiaBLO COIOR BY DEIUXE . UNITED ARTISTS ttfle ONE SHOWING ONLY SUNDAY THROUGH THURSDAY MAY 14 - 15 - 16 . 17 - 18 Warner Bros, unlocks all the doors of the sensation-filled best seller. It's like you're running a big city. . . a unique empire. . . a private world with a do-not- disturb sign on every door. . .

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