2-A!gono Ma j Upp»r D*s Moin« Thursday, June 1, 1967 FLINT STRIKES AGAIN AT THE ALGONA Thfr<- MrMTi'- n<i 'ioijht lh:it thi- !',-. ''.-. -tarM }••. t-njo>in2 hfr^f-lf tin lh»- l/'iwlm;' i,jr,<- «hi'h pi^;. - an imp'/rtant part in "In l.iV.»: ninl." (h(- fun srnl .i<|-. i ntuf rr.otion pKtur<? r.fjmin^ to th<- Al^'ona Th(-;itri 'in 'Ihut •<!,»'. • Kri'is> - ^aturda 1 .. ^tarriny in thf- L'i'th f i ntur% -I'dx ' in'rr;d^''>p< jr.'l fj'-l.uif Color pro<Ju<Uon ;ir<- J;irnr> f 'li.urn !.<<• I f ohh Jf^an Hair- and Andrew iJu^- L'an. UNI;A COLK, ,Y;:V ; .S /ude ^ the G'x/J Sarr.ariU;. f:o:::e, is a da-j;-:,ter -,f M:. «;.d Mrs. D,:. Cole, v.":.:tt':r;.->re. T:.'- :,:;.;:.. .'. c : Ciiffor-: <.:•/,:. ;i the Air Force, a;/.' Ivcat-:'; at F'. ;;eivo;r, :.'-.\: Wa.shi;i:;t,;,, L». C. Mil. A:.~J MI-.5. G^r-;,:. K;;h;. si.st'.-r, Daj.v, Me;-'.-.', Cl'/vvia:/;, Ohi';. Sorr.e tiri.e •-•'iii ':*•. ri;/.-:.t with a;,ot)ier .'jist'.-r, J.^r^. iiat';'- Cl'Jt!.. M;<S. MAUi'.Er;:; HA;-;', -.-ho is employed i:, AU;ona but '-.i.o.'ie home is in Wesley, h;i f i as weekend cjuests Lor sor.s-iti-iaw and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wehrsp-an, Ft. DvJre, Mr. .i.vi Mrs. Harlan Leininger, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul, Ft. Bliss, Tex., Marleise of Algona, and Don Theesfeld and the resj^ective families. MR. A:rD MRS. Johr.Golwitzer ,:t'.errie-'; ijrad;at;on exercises of their r.eice, M-ir;. Lo'j Golwitzer .it K'ierr.;,-er, Carroll. S;,e is thie da^-hter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Golwitzer, Glidden. MR. A.'.X) MRS. Arnold Ger^iis s;,ent most of Memorial Day at '•'.'-/Jen with the latter's mother, Mrs. Hannah Tegtmeyer. EVELV.'.' C/'JDY had exjx:Cte-J as callers Sunday Mrs. Clarence- PanrJcuk and'laughter, Katherine, Mrs. Staiiley Grotto, Fairmont, but Mrs. PaJiiikuk was accompanied by her granddaughter, Barbara Pannkuk. Mr. Grotte's father had died suddenly Sunday morning. Barbara is the daughter of Don Pannkuk and the late Mrs. Pannkuk. Her engagement to Kenneth Olson has been announced and the marriage will take place in June. DRIVE DANCE 'TIL DUSK THEN SEE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY JUNE 1-2-3 "TROUBLE WITH ANGELS" PLUS "A VERY SPECIAL FAVOR" ADMISSION - 51.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 - FREE MIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY JUNE 3RD ONLY "GUNS AT BATASI" SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY JUNE 4-5-6 2 BIG FEATURES lU'B'UUItll anu PCTCR v - O'TOOIA* - a mi i Mon SHOW AT DUSK COWAN CORP. NIGHT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th FREE ADMISSION 2 BIG FEATURES FESS PARKER IN "SMOKY " AND "SHANE" THEATRE .COLOR. y.P. A.M) MRS. cr.i::~s So. suffer \x\ as r;ests Sj.vii;. '.'-.% litter's sor.-lr.-lv- i.v; •:a'j;;:.i<r.-, Mr. *:A Mrs. B*r :-i.": Mart::., ir/i Mrs. Scoffer's s;:., .:et<:'i :.:s t/.r^ tars ', s^rv.-.^ Cathy 3*rr.;~. f-,-r; c:rr.rr.itt^; S>Jsan Fortify 4.---J C->::;."% Johrison to make cj.-si=;es, aaj Denis* Votteler i.-.'i Ch%ryi Br%*s* or. the LT- vitati-jr. con;m;tt«. The tea "*'iil ':* ':.%';•! at the L/jne Rock L*=;vr. hail. The Fair lists •*'<r:«: i.z.ss*'! out and the ioeai Ki:.s<b:.'i sis*.^:, Dr.is.LIi, Mrs. ;g. 3. Cheryl Breese gave a ,>. a-'.-; Cindy Kabrick had i-;-t - ' i-« 1 ' - .- . . --.SS, 3i.vlr>, -ii. ? :.te: .: Mr. a:.-] Mrs. MR. AM/ M?.o. 0 •,.";-,:. K-;:.."., '..'.~;r r.yjse -T^st, Mrs. Da-is;- Me;.er, Mr. i:/; Mrs. Fx/r. K;r.r. xe.v., '»e."t t', Err.rr.'its.'- j'ri'S'j'ri'ii/ r, visit Mrs. Hatt;e Cl'Jrr., sister -.f Mrs. Gorr,:. K'i:,:. a:/! Mrs. Me;.er. ML-/;;. Ku:.:., -r.o had ra:r. yjr*e rerr.arkaUe recover;,. Mir/J;. •~as rece.-itly ^iver. a ;^rsoriii rift ':.;. her ciassrr.ates. Many Seneca Area Seniors Are Honored SE.VECA - Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their son Randy's confirmation at St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. Dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker and Tom, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hardfan and Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Zander and Shari, Knoxville. Afternoon callers included Walter Vaudt, Mrs. August Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family, Rev. and Mrs, Rex Spice and family, Kathy Devan and Ervin Root. Mr. and Mrs. Vaudt entertained following commencement exercises at Sentral High School in honor of their daughter, Candace. Guests included Mrs. G.H. Wehr- span, Mr. and Mrs. LorenzGacle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Vaudt and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wood, Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker and Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw and Rick, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shaw, Mrs. Emil Franks, Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and daughters. - o - Seneca Stars held their May- meeting May 13 at the home of Cindy Kabrick. Seventeen members answered roll call by bringing something from nature. The group planned the Mother's Tea for June 10. Linda Kracht and Kracht a;x former's daughter, F.u hiano and daughter, Karen, Rornney, 'A', Va,, attended graduation exercises at Buffalo Cer.ter High School V/ed- r.esday evening. The former's ccusin, Zelia Weaver, - »as a rr.err.ter of the class. Mr. ar/i Mrs. Aiired Peter sen hid as overnight guests last Friday tr.e latter*s si'ster, Mrs.Sam Migili arid her son and ^Ife, Mr. a.',d Mrs. Sam Migili, all 'A Hilbard, a.io. '•Veekenfi g-jests of the Everett '•'•'iu.arr.s included their grandson and v/ift, Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Sioter, Inland, HI., also Mr. ar.d Mrs. Robert Thiel, Daven- ;/jrt. This v. - as a farewell party for Mrs. lone Green of Burbank, Calif., -A-ho had been visiting her Barents the past couple of weeks and v,as returning to Burbank Sunday. The group was joined t.y the Elmer Withams. Mrs. Earl Preston was hostess to the Seneca Modern Mixers Club at her home Thursday. movie clock ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY and FRIDAY Complete Progr am begins: 7:009-.10 p. m. "In Like Flint" 7:20- S;20p. m. SATURDAY - Complete Program begins: 1:30-7:00-9:10 p. m. "In Like Flint"-1:507:20- 9:10 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete Program begins: 1:00 - 3:20 - 5:35 - "c:35 - 9:50 p. m. "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" - 1:20 - 3:35 5:35- 7:55-9:50 p. m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Program begins: 7:00— 9:20 p. m. "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying"- 7:20-9:25 p. m. STARLJTE DRIVE-LN THURSDAY and SATURDAY- Complete Program begins: 9:00 p.m. "Trouble With Angels"9:14 p. m. "A Very Special Favor"-11:26 p. m. FRIDAY - Complete Program begins; 9:00 p. in. "A Very- Special Favor" - 9:14 p. m. "Trouble With Angels" - 11:18 p. m. SUNDAY andTUESDAY-Com- plete Program begins: 8:50p.m. "How To Steal A Million" - 9:04 p. m. "Station Six Sahara" 11:30 p. m. MONDAY- Complete Program begins: 8:50 p. m. "Station Six Sahara" - 9:04 p. m. "How To Steal A Million" - 11:03. WEDNESDAY-COWAN CORP. FREE NITE -Complete Program begins; 8:50 p. m. "Smokey- 9:04 p. m. "Shane" - 10:57p.m. ALGONA THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY JUNE 1-2-3 Whatever happened 'Our Man Flint" X I'm back inaction in the Virgin Islands... if&DCSG FIINT SATURDAY .MATINEE 1:3C NO KIDDIE MATINEE SUN. - MON JUNE 4 WED, THE HIRISCH CORPORATION THE DAVID SWIFT PRODUCTION OF COLOR by Oeluie PANAVISION' UNITED ARTISTS PAUL NEWMAN »r[tNlj». PQl COLOR 6, Oe'.ie ir.2 corn on May 10. Richard riyioway worked nearly 30 minutes trying to revive him and after a short stay in the ho»- pltal Allen Is now recovering from burns received. One -A Cap!. D:<n Carr's Fighting African lions as seen at eacr. per-'-rmance at Carson and Barnes, America's second is i:.:*iri£ here. Members ar.sv/ered roll call by giving bridal shower hints. The hostess had charge of the afternoon's entertainment. Members present included Mrs. Otis England, Mrs. Nina Kracht, Mrs. Clarence Mer.z, Aifre: Petersen, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Hans Jensen, Mrs. Everett Witham and Mrs. Henry Loo ft. Mrs. Virgil Preston arid daughter were guests. Mrs. Looft wQl be the June hostess. .An FTA sponsored dinner honored the graduating Sentral High School seniors and the in- stallation of new officers was held at Van's Cafe, May 1?. Officers who were installed included Teresa Voigt, president; Lenny Hassel, vice president; treasurer, Robert Krause; secretary, Jolene Gangsted; reporter, Mike Jackson; and historian - parliamentarian, Judy Boliig, LIGHTNLN'G Les .Allen, a Rolfe area farmer, miraculously survived having a holt of lightning strike him on his right side while plant- YOU CAN'T STOP HAIL But You Can Insure Your Crop Income Be safe—insure your crop income with Farmeri Mutual Hail. You pay no more, yet you get much more in SAFETY, SERVICE, VALUEI Fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost. America'* largest crop hail insurance company—noted for prompt settlement of claims. See your Farmers Mutual Hail agent soon. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge Algona 295-5443 THE DODGE BOYS ALGONA SATURDAY, JUNE 3 SHOWS 2:30 & 8 P.M. FAIRGROUNDS 1500 GEN. ADMISSION SEATS 500 RESERVED CHAIRS FREE PARKING 3 GREAT SHOWS — NOW COMBINED GIGAIMTIFIC MILLIONAIRE MENAGERIE GREATEST GATHERING SINCE THE DELUGE CAGE AFTER CAGE OF RARE ANIMALS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 6 HERDS ELEPHANTS Wild Animal Zoo and Exhibits Open One Hour Earlier Come Early for Free Act on Midway Before Main Show Starts COMPLETE FUNTASTIC PROGRAM OF TOP CIRCUS ACTS AND TRAINED ANIMALS TRULY A SHOW FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY ADMISSION PRICES EVERYONE CAN AFFORD CHILDREN 1.00 GRANDSTAND CHAIR SEATS AVAILABLE ONLY 75 « ADDITIONAL ADULTS 1.80 SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACT/ON — IN PERSON — DIRECT FROM CBS NETWORK CBS-TV STAR KIRBY "SKY KING" GRANT WE PULL MONEY SAVIN' DEALS RIGHT OUT OF OUR HATS SO IT'S Great to GO DODGE Some folks say those Good Guys in white hats, The Dodge Boys, are magicians when it comes to making new car deals. But there's no hocus-pocus, no mystics.. .just honest, straight dealing that add up to savings for you. And just wait'll you get a close-up look at the new '67 Dodge line. From the luxury of Monaco to the economy of Dart. . . Dodge can make a rebel out of any red-blooded American car buyer. C'mon in and Join The Dodge Rebellion during Operation 67. '67 DODGE POLARA BOYS PERCIVAl MOTORS, INC. soo so. PHILLIPS ST., ALGONA, IOWA If they're not wearing white hats, you can tell 'em by their deals!
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