10-Algona la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Aug. 10, 1967 "Ml lH Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi HI Hi HMI WHAT ARE THEY DOING? Hi HT Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi IH Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Ml HHll BY STEVE WALLER Danny Owens (Jigs a lot of dirt, pounds a lot of nails (and thumbs), and pours a lot of cement. He is a construction worker for Robinson's of Algona. Danny has been putting up houses and other buildings since he started working the first week after school was out. He graduated from Garrigan Higli School last spring. • His day begins at seven o'clock and ends at 5:30 Monday through Friday. For several days during the early working months, Danny underwent what you might call "basic training" in order to adapt him to the construction work. After all, lie had to be orientated and edu- •cated on a number of diversified .tasks which he later would be 'called upon to fulfill. • Danny concedes that he was .surprised at the many facets 'surrounding the creation of an .edifice. But he adds "Pm really "learning a lot" now. He plays a part in all of the various steps of construction. From digging footings around where the house is to be erected to cementing the sidewalk in front of the house after its completion. Danny contributes a strong back and a mechanical mind. His easiest chore is driving one of the huge tractors used to plow out the construction site. And driving a multi-ton machine isn't THAT simple for ANYONE 1 It took time, but Danny can handle it now. As for excitement, there are times .... for example, we all know how "exciting" it is to slam a hammer on our thumbs. But the cake was taken by a little event that could have been a disastrous mishap not long ago. Yes, it was a close call the time the hoist broke , right Dan? What does our construction worker do after hours? Danny gets a bang out of cruising on his Honda, golfing, swimming and skiing during the summer months. Of course, Danny's co-workers are most helpful gents. They are guys like Bob Knudsen, Cliff Haase, Bill Robinson and Mick and Dwight Carman. Although Danny undoubtedly has a lot of potential in construction work, he holds a keen interest in physics right now. He hopes to major in physics at the University of Northern Iowa. Living in a new home? If you can find the initials "D.O." anywhere within the house take them as the trademark of Danny Owens' quality construction. St. Joe KC's Plan Annual Mulligan Stew ST. JOE - The K.C.'s 10th annual Mulligan Stew will be held Wednesday, Aug. 23, rain or shine, with serving beginning at 6 p. m. A Softball game at 2:30 p. m. with the Livermore Legion and the St. Joe K of C. Games and fun for all with a number of door prizes. - o - Mrs. Hubert O'Brien entertained at a farewell coffee in her home Tuesday for Mrs. Edward Thilges and Mrs. Mark Thilges with neighbor ladies attending. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thilges and daughters are moving to Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thilges and family are moving to West Bend. Attending were Mrs. Howard Bormann, Mrs. Wilfred Schneider, Mrs. Marcel Reding, Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Bud Kutschara, Mrs. Paul Thilges, Sr., Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mrs. Tony Weydert, Mrs. Maggie Thilges, Mrs. Art Kohlhaas, all from St. Joe, Mrs. Gene Lemkee, Irvington, Valerie Thilges, Algona, and Joyce Capesius, St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. Greg Thilges and Mrs. Ronald Girres were unable to attend. Norman Klein, attending summer school at Ames, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein and brother Stanley and other home folks. Mrs. Margaret Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillip sand daughters, Gilbertville, spent Sunday here with a cousin, Mrs. Louise Thul. Mrs. Peter Bormann and Mrs. Raphael Faber accompanied by Mrs. Frank Stattleman and Gary of Humboldt, went to Iowa City Thursday. Gary had an appointment to check skin grafting on his hand which he severely burned several years ago. They also called on hospitalized patients and visited with relatives. Patients hospitalized are Mrs. Ray Zeimet, Theresa Kunkel and Roger Bormann, all making good recoveries. Barbara and Sandy Wagner went to Iowa City via bus Sunday where Barbara will spend several weeks in the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nepple and Michael. Sandy will visit in the Nepple home several days, returning home with her brother, Virgil Wagner, student at Iowa City. Mrs. Peter Bormann is spending several days this week in Iowa City with her nephew, Roger Bormann, a surgical patient at University hospital. Father Luke Becker, Booneville, Mo., and Sister Clare Becker of Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, are visiting relatives and friends here this week.- Sister M. Virginia Freilinger That's the word that best describes a modern electrically-heated home! And there are other words, too—safe . . . clean . . . convenient—when you have modern electric heat in your home. Electric heat is easy to install, easy to maintain. When you heat by wire, you can have the heat where you want it, when you want it. It's easier to keep your home clean. Electric heat is the modern way to heat your home comfortable! And economical, too. safe clean, convenient Algona Municipal Utilities !••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••§•• ••««»••••«•••&•«»<' Set To Close In I- Having pursued her since she married Tony Curtis, his best friend and Air Force buddy, George C. Scott prepares to complete the enticement of Virna Lisi from her husband. Scene is from "Not With My Wife. You Don't!", the riotous new Warner Bros, comedy in Technicolor opening Sunday at the Algona Drive-In Theatre. Scott, Curtis and Miss Lisi star In the film, which was produced and directed by Norman Panama from a screenplay and original story he also co-authored. is visiting this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Freilinger and other relatives and friends. Sunday masses during the month of August will be held at 7:30 and 10 a. m. in St. Joseph's church. Mrs. Tony Becker entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Ralph Reding as guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Wra. B.Devine, Mrs. Susie Kramer and Mrs. John Thul. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell entertains the club Aug. 30. Other visitors .in the Becker home Thursday were Mrs. Ralph Kramer from here, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Kayser, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Becker, Wesley. JoAnn Erpelding, Des Moines, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and Eldon and Peter. Breaks Arm FENTON - Cheryl Uthof, daughter of the Raymond Uthof s, had the misfortune of falling from her bicycle Wednesday and breaking her arm. Danger Foods Bananas, pineapples, tomatoes, some cheese, and many other common foods contain poisonous compounds that could kill if isolated and injected into a person's veins. 0000 00000609000000 movie j clock | 3JULPJU> 9000080 0 6 Q JJl> ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete program begins: 7:009:15 "Those Fantastic Flying Fools"-7:30- 9:30. MATINEE SATURDAY at 1:30 SUNDAY - Complete program begins: 1:00 - 3:00 - 5:05 7:00 - 9:15 "Divorce American Style" - 1:15 - 3:15 - 5:05 7:15- 9:20 MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete program begins: 7:009:05 "Divorce AmericanStvle"- 7:15- 9:20. STARLITE DRIVE-IN THURSDAY - SATURDAY Complete program begins: 9:00 "The Color of Her Skin"-9:00 "Mondo Pazzo" - 11:00 SATURDAY MID-NITE SHOW ONLY "Psycho"-12:55 FRIDAY - Complete program begins: 9:00 "Mondo Pazzo"9:00 "The Color of Her Skin" 11:00 SUNDAY - TUESDAY - Complete program begins: 9:00 "Not With My Wife You Don't" - 9:00 "Blindfold"-11:20 MONDAY - Complete program begins: 9:00 "Blindfold"-9:00 "Not With My Wife, YouDon'f- 11:00 FREE Back To School Show! THURSDAY, AUGUST 24th TWO SHOWS - 1 AND 3 P,M, Pick Up Tickets At The Following Firms.- Laings Plumbing Fareway Store Harrison's Variety Hub Clothiers Coast to Coast Penney Store Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Iowa State Bank S & L Department Store Graham'4 Honsbruch.Rexall Drug KLGA Radio Chrischilles Store Advance Publishing Co. Gambles Smoke Shop Diamond's Frederick V & S Hardware Hutzell's Security State Bank Bomgaars Ben Franklin Sheakley's You Must Have Tickets To Be Admitted ON OUR SCREEN YOU'LL SEE: "MR. SCOUTMASTER" And Cartoons Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday AUGUST 9-10-11-12 ...it's me year's nest FABULOUS 'Wvp^fe Y^** AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL Dtmntt ••»•*•*• «&#«« ,,aw **W Wf\ STARLITEl DRIVE THURSDAY — FRIDAY — SATURDAY AUGUST 10-11-12 DUE TO THE ABNORMAL SUBJECT MATTER OF THIS MOTION PICTURE ... NO CHILDREN . . . WILL BE ADMITTED WITH OR WITHOUT THEIR PARENTS . . . UNIFORMED POLICEMAN WILL SUPERVISE ALL ADMISSIONS! SUNDAY THRU AUGUST 13-16 "DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE is a rarity among comedies American style! A perfect gem of comic writing!" DICK VAN DYKE ,. DEBBIE REYNOLDS JASON ROBARDS'^JH. JEAN SIMMONS 3LJAN JOHNSON CONTINUOUS SHOWS SUNDAY ADULTS SI.00 2 SHOWS EACH EVENING MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY The most explosive motion picture of our time. The story of a rich boy who married a poor Negro girl. r .. „ A £>s o,, A hundred years of hate and passion explodes across the screen! Please, no one under 18 years o age Plus - "MONDO PAZZO" in Color SATURDAY MIDNITE SHOW TONY PERKINS VERA MILES IN. PYSCHO SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY, Aug. 13-14-15 Tony Vlnia I iconic C, Curtis Lisi Scott 2 BIG FEATURES ROCK CLAUDIA HUDSON CARDINALE BLINDFOLD •CHMICOI.OH* NORMAN PANAMA PRODUCIlON Not with my wife, yon don't!
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