The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upp«r DM Moln.t Nov. 3, 1967 Homecoming Nov. 11 At LuVerne; Reunions Set LU VERNE - The LuVerne Community School cordially invites all alumni (1894-1967), past and present faculty and school board members, and the general public to the fifteenth annual Homecoming Saturday evening, Nov. 11. This year, the class of 1942 will hold their twenty-fifth class reunion. Arrangements for bringing members of the class together are being made by Mrs. Herbert Kaiser, LuVerne. Special recognition is also being given the classes of 1952 and 1962. This will be the 15th reunion of the class of'52. All members are invited to attend the dinner in a group, and a room will be set aside for visiting during the evening. Anyone wishing to send correspondence for this reunion should address it to Marion Larson, Hardy, Iowa. The senior class will serve a chili-oyster supper with pie, serving to start at 5:30. Tickets may be purchased in advance or on the evening of the supper. However, as many advance sales as possible would be appreciated in order that we may have some idea of how much food to prepare. Mrs. Wayne Warmbier (Zentner), class of '46, Mrs. James Hefti (Wittmeier), class of '60, and Mrs. Eugene Hefty (Meyers), class oi '60, will be in charge of registration. Please register in the lobby as you come into the building so a record of all alumni who attend this year's Homecoming may be kept. A section of the bleachers will be reserved until 7:30 for registered alumni and families. The evening program will begin at 7:45 with recognition of alumni, then a band demonstration, the crowning of the Homecoming Queen, followed by one girls basketball game with Palmer. LyoTy'a"a"fl"a'6"a'a'6'a'a si a i movie i clock l.QJLPJLP PJLOJ °_PJLBJL ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY ONLY - Complete program begins 7:00-9:00 p.m. "Rough Night in Jericho"-7:159:15 p. m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY One Complete Showing Each Evening. Complete Program begins 7:30 p. m. "Gunn"-7:35 p. m. "Spirit Is Willing" - 9:25 p. m. SATURDAY MATINEE Only Complete Program begins 1:30 p. m. "Francis In The Navy"2:00 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete Program begins 1:00- 3:10- 5:10- 7:109:10 p. m. "Alfie" - 1:153:15- 5:15- 7:15 - 9:20 p. m. MONDAY and TUESDAY Complete Program begins 7:009:10 p. m. "Alfie" - 7:15 9:20 p. m. WEDNESDAY - CINEMA ARTS FILM FESTIVAL. Complete Program begins 8:00 p. m. "The Servant"- 8:15 p. m. Any correspondence as to whether you will or will not attend should be addressed to L.B. Shelton, Superintendent, LuVerne Community School, LuVerne, Iowa 50560. - o - CLASS PLAY The junior class of LuVerne High School will present "A Hillbilly Wedding" Friday, Nov. 3, at 8 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Tickets will be available at the door. The cast of characters includes: Kris Meyers, Becky Watts, Connie Hefty, Barry Selby, Dennis Blumer, Kathy Wittmeier, Dennis Barber, Barbara Hurlburt, Ronnie Wolf, Mary Hanselman, Erna Hlnz, Teresa Gilligan, Russell Bristow, Don Bristow, Michele Coyle, Paul Ernst and Jack Stampka. Lunch will be served in the cafeteria following the play. - o - PANCAKE SUPPER The Methodist Youth Fellowship and E.U.B. Youth Fellowship will sponsor a pancake and sausage supper Nov. 4 at the city hall. Serving starts at 5:30 p.m. - o - Guests in the Earl Johns home Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wermet of Britt, parents of Earl, and Laurence Hubberd of Allentown, Pa., uncle of Earl. Edna Bowman, Lake Mills, spent the weekend with her sisters, Mrs. Earl Johns and Mrs. George Studer. Roger Heine of Mason City, formerly of LuVerne, visited in the Earl Johns home Saturday. Duane Neal has returned to his home in LuVerne after being hospitalized in Iowa City for five weeks as a surgical patient. Rev. Roy Biesemeyer, pastor of the Methodist Church, held worship services at the Kossuth County Home at 2:30 Sunday. Special music was furnished by the Methodist church, pianist Mrs. L. B. Shelton; singers Mrs. Edward Lindebak, Mrs. Laura Zweifel, Mrs. BertRamus and Mrs. R. C. Walline. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Ludwig of Waterloo spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig, Aigona, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly attended a family reunion at the Stanhope Town Hall Sunday, Oct. 29, in honor of a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newberg, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mary Daley of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Daley. Friends and relatives were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duran Watts and son Oct. 29 to help celebrate Mrs. Watts' birthday. Kathy King of Aigona visited over the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Beulah and Doris Eggleston of West Des Moines, spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston. Sunday dinner guests in the Charles Nygaard home in Wesley were Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, Lu Verne and Beulah and Doris Eggleston, West Des Moines, mother and sisters of Mrs. Nygaard. Mrs. Laura Lindebak is a patient at Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Bill Jergensen, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. LeRoy Weber and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer attended a World Understanding African Safari sponsored by the Conference Woman's Society at Forest City Tuesday. Mrs. Max Goldman, Forest City, was leader for the day. Rev. Roy Biesemeyer attended a meeting of the Conference Committee on Christian Vocations at Eldora Saturday. Mrs. Biesemeyer attended a luncheon and meeting of the Fort Dodge District Methodist Ministers' Wives Monday at Fort Dodge. Recent Bride Honored At Seneca Shower SENECA - Mrs. Bob McCullough, nee Jo Ann Breese of Montgomery, Minn., was honored at a post-nuptial bridal shower held for her Sunday afternoon, Oct. 29, at the Claude Johnson home. Hostesses in addition to Mrs. Johnson included Mrs.Verl Smith, Mrs. Russel Kauffman, Mrs. Ervin Votteler, Mrs. Raymond Gardner and Mrs. Elmer Hannisch. The honoree was presented with a money corsage by the hostesses, after which the honoree's mother, Mrs. Lewis Breese and a sister, Mrs. Fred Erickson of Aigona, were presented with corsages. Mrs. Johnson opened the program with a welcome to the honoree and guests and presented the honoree with a burning candle as a symbol of the lasting aspects of a good life. Mrs. Raymond Gardner read "Cupid's Recipe for a Wedding Cake." Guessing games were played with the prizes being won by Mrs. McCullough. Refreshments were served at a table centered with a punch bowl filled with orange punch and carried out in fall colors of gold and brown. An aunt, Mrs. George Kjar, presided at <he coffee service. The bride's sisters, Mrs. Fred Erickson and Cheryl assisted with the opening of the gifts. The guests were registered by Denise Votteler. Jo Ann Breese and Bob McCullough were married Oct. 7 at Montgomery, Minn. The bride teaches 8th and 9th grade English at Faribault, Minn., and the groom is a senior at Mankato State College. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl attended funeral services Saturday at Keister, Minn, for the father of their son-in-law, Donald Dokken. The Oftedahls accompanied their daughter and son-in-law to their home at Waltham, Minn, and remained there a few days. Jill Jensen, a student at Mankato Commercial College, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, me Ted Jensens. She "ALFIi" Starting Sunday INEPT ONLY SOMETIMES — Michael Calne and Shelley Winters miss the couch in one of the more ribald scenes in the earthy drama, "AIHe." a Paramount Picture in Technicolor opening Sunday at the Aigona Theatre. Filled with spicy humor as well as poignant moments, "Alfie" won the Special Jury Award at the Cannes Film Festival of 1966. came for the Homecoming festivities at Sentral Friday night. Mrs. Elmer Hannisch was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered by presenting articles which were to be sold at a silent auction at the close of the meeting, part of the proceeds to be sent to the Retarded Children's fund in the county. The group sent a "thinking of you" card to Mrs. Nina Kracht, a member who is will and confined to Holy -Family hospital. Mrs. Edna Johannesen will be the November hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Westland and Lori Ann of Mankato were last Saturday afternoon callers at the Henry Wilbergs. Friends of the C. C. Voights, Emmetsburg, will be interested in learning that Mr. Voigt, who has been hospitalized at Emmetsburg for several days has been released from the hospital and is now convalescing at his Emmetsburg home. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and children visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Looft's parents, the Glen Hoppes, Truman, Minn. CORRECTION The Seneca 4-H Award Night which was previously reported to be held at the Lone Rock Legion hall will be held instead at the Lone Rock school on the scheduled night, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m. UPPER DES MOINES WANT ADS WILL SELL ANYTHING I HELD OVER 1 DAY! ENDS THURSDAY FRIDAY - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 - 4 - DOUBLE FEATURE The biggest problem of our time: the sex life of ghosts! WILLIAM . CASTLE j TECHNICOLOR' One Complete Showing itarfin? *M SATURDAY MATINEE^ FOR THE LITTLE ONES. 1:30 "FRANCIS IN THE NAVY" (Plus Cartoons) Matron on Duty Peter Gunn m t t GUNN Admission: Adults $1.25 - Children 50c SUNDAY - MONDAY NOVEMBER 5 - 6 •YOU ARE GOING TO ENJOY. 'ALFIE'VERY MUCH' -LIFE Magazine PARAMOUNT PICTURES presents (RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES) ^^H" Mir HAH r AMP,, AI.FIF. mfm MICHAEL CAINE.S ALFIE Check Movie Clock for times. CINEMA ARTS FILM FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8th at 8 P.M. THE LANDAU COMPANY pttstnls DIRK BOGARDE SARAH MILES WENDY CRAIG, THB se introducing JAMES FOX Tickets Adults - SI ?•> I COMING , THURSDAY 'NOV. i?th George Peppard in "THE BLUE MAX" ALGONA THEATRE Julie Andrews in N "HAWAII" No Classes At Ledyard School Next Monday LEDYARD - There will be no school here Monday, Nov. 6, as there are parent-teacher conferences scheduled that day. Thursday, Nov. 2, members of the junior class attended Career Day at Titonka. - o Mrs. J. C. Blome was released from the Buffalo Center hospital Tuesday. She had been a patient there for a week following a fall at her home. Becky Jorgenson was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Monday for a tonfllllectomy. She was released Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ahrend Hans, Lakota, visited at the Earl Jor- gensons Wednesday evening. Relatives from Ledyard were among those who attended funeral services for N. J. Nemmers at Bancroft Friday. Mr. Nemmers was a brother of Mrs. Lena Warner. Saturday, Mrs. Rose Anderson, Mrs. Leslie Mino, Mrs. J. F. Sullivan, Mrs. Frank Rotterman and Mrs. Ella McDonald were at LeMars where they attended rites for Mrs. Mary Obermeier, 87, mother of Father Ralph Obermeier, former pastor of the Sacred Heart Catholic church. Mrs. Wilma Thompson, whose home is in Arizona, visited from Wednesday until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier. Mrs. Thompson is a cousin of Mr. Simonsmeier. Her father was the late Gus Simonsmeier. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson were dinner guests at the Jake Fretts home in Fairmont Saturday. Cecil Black was admitted to Holy Family hospital in Estherville as a medical patient Wednesday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mitchell of LeMars visited their parents at Esther- villa. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kramersmeier announce the arrival of a son, Troy Allan. He came to make his home with the Kramersmeiers on Friday, Sept. 30. Herb Zielske, Lake Mills, visited the Gus Simonsmeiers Sunday. CARROT A 1 Ib. 10 oz. carrot was pro- duced on tho Ed Brouwer farm near Sanborn this season. The carrot measured 12 inches long and 9 inches around. 147-inches oi tearing slashing impact! You get a full 147-inches of tearing siar,l;in!> impact! The Stan-Hoist Wildcat .s the «,hrr^. der designed for top perform.-inrc >n Y<"<IK tough, thick, heavy cornstalks. Tri]-h f V« machine means no vibration, easy Imnk-up Dual rotors carry eight hinged blades. (4-suction blades.) 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