The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1967 · Page 34
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1967
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(Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Algona. towa" J50511). Nov. 1. 1932. under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879| { ESTAWJSHED 1865 Thursday, May 78, 1967 ! *>•«••**•••<••*—^,—______ • ®pper ©eg .Hfloims DRIVE $216,452 Monthly, Social Security Paid In County Social security benefits in Kossuth county are now being paid at the rate of $2,597,424 a year, Clifford W. Swedlund, Fort Dodge district manager, said today on releasing his annual county benefit report. At the end of December, 3,144 men, women and children in the county were receiving benefits of $216,452 a month. Compared with a year earlier, this represents an increase of 10.7 percent in number of beneficiaries and an increase of 8,5 percent in benefit amounts. About one out of every eight residents of the county is now receiving a monthly social security check. Monthly payments in the county included $138,996 to 1,773 retired workers and $6,013 to 65 disabled workers. The amount paid to 560 wives or dependent husbands of retired or disabled workers was $24,160. A total of $27,164 was paid to 366 aged widows or dependent widowers of deceased workers. Benefits to 328 children of retired, disabled or deceased workers totaled $16,703 a month. Widowed mothers with a child under 18 or a disabled child in their care numbered 48 and received $3,103 a month. The number of Iowa residents receiving old-age, survivors and disability benefits under social security was 384,941. Their payments totaled $27,431,153 a month. Total social security payments in Iowa for the year amounted to $333,428,000. Included in this total is $3,836,000 in lump-sum death payments. Wesley C.D.A. Has Election Of Officers WESLEY- Wesley C.D.A,held a regular monthly meeting May 9. Election of officers was held. Mary Rockwood was elected to succeed Margaret Root as Grand Regent; Justine Becker is to succeed Anastasia Richtsmeier as vice Grand Regent; Rosemary Dornbier Is to succeed Mildred Studer as financial secretary; Donna Studer is to succeed Marian Youngwirth as prophetess; Marie Doughan, re-elected treasurer; Sally Studer is to succeed Mary Rockwood as historian; Janice Cink, re-elected monitor; Elsie Kunkel is to succeed Helen Flathe as sentinel; Marie Lickteig, re-elected lecturer; Eleanor Ricke is to succeed Irene Muehe as organist; Pauline Pfeffer and Minnie Bleich as trustees to succeed Marjorie Goetz and Catherine Seller. Officers will be installed at the June 13 meeting. Margaret Root announced that a past Grand Regents State meeting will be held in Carroll June 25. Following the meeting lunch was served by Bernadine Hamilton, Felice Hilbert, Theresa Otis, Mary Oesterreicher, Mary Jo Studer, and Dorothy Becker. On the entertainment committee were Kathryn Hamilton, Mildred Cosgrove, Marie Orthel, Magdalene Bleich, Rosemary Stott and Thelma Blain. Bridge and 500 were played. Prize winners we re Viola Studer, Marie Doughan, Judith Otis and Rita Youngwirth. - o - C-W GRADUATES Wesley students who will graduate from Corwith-Wesley Community School include Kathy Detmering, Lavonne Studer, Donald Rasmussen, William Funnemark, Carol Leek, Diane Jongewaard, Gretchen Cink, Pamela Hildman, and John Erickson. Rev. Curtis Anderson will deliver the baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening, May 21. Commencement exercises will be held Wednesday evening, May 24. May 29 will be the last day of school. - o - GARRIGAN SENIORS Wesley students who are in the graduating class at Garrigan High School this year include Steven Richter, James Youngwirth, Donald Weber, Rebecca Lickteig, John Eisenbacher, Richard Studer, Mark Goetz, Marilyn Studer, Kathleen Goetz, Gwendolyn Bleich, Susan Nelson, Karen Otis, Patricia Loebig, Carol Otis, Rebecca Hilbert, Esther Hildman, Deborah Bauer, Pamela Bauer, Gary Loebig, Steven Walker, and Sharon Hildman. Commencement exercises will be held May 28 at 2:30 p.m. Bishop F; Greteman of Sioux City will deliver the address. - o - RECEIVE DIPLOMAS Eighth grade graduates from St. Josephs parochial school who will receive diplomas Sunday, May 28, after the early mass include Tom Richter, Steven Lappe, Jim Plathe, Dennis Youngwirth, Jerry Johnson, Larry Hildman, Jack Krieps, David Neuroth, Denise Hrubes, Marie Laubenthal, Mary Muehe, Susan Ackerson, Janet Studer, Bonnie Becker, Judy Eisenbacher, Ann Walker, Linda Reising, Mary Beth Lickteig and Debbie Lickteig. The 7th and 8th graders will have a pi6nic at Call Park, Algona, May 25. The other pupils will have a picnic on the school grounds that day. Sister Ralph is 7th and 8th grade teacher. - o Mrs. Clara Haverly reports a new granddaughter, Lori Ann, born May 8 in the Britt hospital to the Hugh Haverlys of Renwick. The 6 pound , 11 ounce baby joins two brothers, Jerry and Larry, and one sister, Diana. Mother and baby were brought home Friday. Mrs. Laura Eden is the maternal grandmother. Wilma Hrubes, oldest daughter of the Tom Hrubes, is employed at the Telephone off ice in Algona. The Neighborhood Birthday Club met Tuesday with Mrs. A.N. Richtsmeier in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. David Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wenger, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Doughan and Joyce Becker of the Exchange State Bank attended an area meeting at Clear Lake Tuesday evening. It was held in the Surf ballroom. Tom Otis,-son of the Edmund- Otis*s, and Jim Eisenbacher, son of Vince Eisenbacher, returned last week from Ft. Sill, Okla. where they had been stationed with the National Guard for four months. The Vince Eisenbacher family were May 7 guests in the August Wimmer home at Danbury. August Studer entered Mercy hospital in Mason City May 7 and had major surgery Thursday morning. Leonard Froehlich began work May 7 for the Miere Trucking Co. of Clear Lake. He had been custodian for St. Joseph's parish the past three years. Zeno Neuroth entered the Britt hospital May 7 for medical care. Mike Studer, who is stationed at Frieberg, Germany in the Army, was made Sergeant recently. Mrs. Betty Bode entertained Her contract bridge club Saturday. $111 Collected In Sweet-Eagle Cancer Drive SWEA-EAGLE - Mrs. Arthur W. Larson, Cancer chairman for Eagle township, reports receipts of $53 in this year's campaign. Solicitors were Mmes: R. S. Mather, Harvey C. Larsen, Warren Brones, Kenneth Brones, Lloyd Thorson and Mrs. Arthur W. Larons, Mrs. Glenn Clark was Cancer chairman for Swea township, reporting receipts of$58.50forthat area. Workers in Swea township included Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Mrs. Wayne Thompson and Mrs. Richard Olson. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Art W. Larson entertained at supper May 4 for the 1st birthday for their daughter, Cathy. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson and Mr, and Mrs. Sam Larson, grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gorac- zkowski and family were Saturday visitors at the home of his brother and family, the Walter Goraczkowskis. Al/C Dennis Madsen is spending a 20-day leave at the home of his parents, the Jens Madsens. He is stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., and has been in the service two years. Sunday guests at the home of the Jens Madsens were Mr. and Mrs. WALT DISNEY'S "BULLWHIP GRIFFIN" AT ALGONA THEATRE THIS WEEKEND The British Isles are a part of the European continental shelf. The roadrunner is a member of the cuckoo family. Even at twenty dollars a setting (Robby McDowall) cams his pay, in Walt Disney's "The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin." In color by Technicolor, the western spoof stars McDowall, Suzanne Pleshcite, Karl Maiden, Harry Guardino, Richard Haydn and Bryan Rn«srll. Roger Madsen. The Ray Pichts and Deanna were Sunday visitors at the Howard Hcht home at Shell Rock. His aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elman, Schetek, Wise., were Thursday dinner and afternoon visitors at the Albert Anderson home. President-elect of the VFW Auxiliary, Mrs. Ed. Blair, met with President Mrs. Bruce Graham, senior vice president, Mrs. Ed Berggren, Sec., Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, and treas., Mrs. Kenneth Brones, at the Blair home May 1 to appoint officers and line up committees for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Clark and children, Betty Clark and the Bill Clarks and family were Sunday guests at the home of the Frank Waids, Cresco. Mrs. Ronald Johnson and Mrs. Frank Smouse accompanied Mrs. Don Martin to Iowa City Friday, where they were guests at the University of Iowa Mother's Day festivities. o 0 0 9O9 O O Q9. 00 ••• ••COD movie clock ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY - Complete Program begins: 7:30 p. m. "Hotel" - 8:09 p. m. FRIDAY - Complete Program begins: 7:00- 9:11 p. m. "Bull- whip Griffin" - 7:21 - 9:27 p. m. SATURDAY - Matinee Complete Program begins: l:30p.m. "Bullwhip Griffin" - 1:45 p. m. Evening program begins: 7:00 — 9:11 p. m. "Bullwhip Griffin" 7:21-9:27 p. m. SUNDAY-Complete Programs begin: 1:30- 3:38-5:41-7:30 p. m. "BullwhipGriffin"-l:48- 3:51 - 5:41 - 7:51 - 9:41 p. m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Programsbegin: 7:009:11 p.m. " Bull whip Griffin"7:21-9:27 p.m. STARLITE DRIVE-IN THURSDAY - Complete Program begins: 8:35 p.m. "Having A Wild Weekend" - 8:42 p. m. "Muscle Beach Party" - 10:38 p. m. "Swinger's Paradise" 12:17 a. m. FRIDAY - Complete Program begins: 8:35 p. m. "Swinger's Paradise" - 8:42 p. m. "Having A Wild Weekend" - 11:29 p. m. "Muscle Beach Party" - 12:05 a. m. SATURDAY - Complete Program begins: 8:35p.m. "Muscle Beach Party" - 8:42 p. m. "Swinger's Paradise" - 10:41 p. m. "Having A Wild Weekend" -12:08 a. m. SUNDAY and TUESDAY-Complete Program-begins: 8:35 p.m. "The Group" - 8:42 p. m. "The Third Day"-11:41 p.m. MONDAY— Complete Program begins: 8:35 p. m. "The Third Da/' - 8:42 p. m. "TheGroup"- 11:08 p. m. ALGONA FRI. THRU WED., MAY 19 - 24 Walt Disney's got a New Way-Out Western Swinger, "Bullwhip Criffin" ... He's Puny, He's Scrawny, He's Skinny, He's a Hero? This one Starts where "Cat Ballon" left-oil! You'll Strike Cold.... When You- DANCE 'TIL DUSK THEN SEE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY MAY 18 - 19 - 20 BRITAIN'S SWINOIN'EST FIVE IN THE YEAR'S BIG DRAMATIC SURPRISE! DIWIEYlB WAY-OUT WESTERN i* 'COMEDY! SEIL. STARRINC END THURSDAY MAY 18 ALGONA' "HOTEL" SEEB8M88 C13RK< BUZA.MNC PLESHETTEI XAR.I* MAIDEN SAT. MATINEE - 1:30 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY ADULTS - $1.00 CHILDREN - 50c HARRY PLUS IO.OOO Biceps meet 5,000 BiKinis... IN AMERICAN INTERNATIONALS -STARRING • FRANKIE ANNETTE AVALON-FUNICELLO BUDDY • COLOR ..PANAV1SION AND Supp-hose stockings. A great looking feeling. 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