The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1967 · Page 22
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10-Algone la.) Upp«r D«t Moinfti Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967 J- '4 ;J* «c='._ fao* * . jHH~fc»f'Wj'W- t-f^ O J K> IS JO » » Jl *> «s c % •i -p. t * * IB- movie clock tJL? ft 8 0 fl I Li! 4 ALGONA THEATRE WEDNESDAY- Country Music Nightl Complete program begins: 7:10 "Hootenanny Hoot" - 7:15 "Your Cheating Heart" - 9:00 "Tennessee Beat" - 10:40. THURSDAY (Thanksgiving) Complete program begins: 1:305:00 - 8:30 "Dr. Zhivago": 1:30- 5:00- 8:30 FRIDAY - Complete Program begins: 8:00 "Dr. Zhivago" 8:10 SATURDAY - Complete program begins: 2:00 - 8:00 "Dr. Zhivago": 2:05 - 8:05 SUNDAY - Complete program begins: 1:30 - 5:00- 8:30 "Dr. Zhivago": 1:30 - 5:00 - 8:30 MONDAY & TUESDAY - Complete program begins: 8:00 "Dr. Zhivago" - 8:10 WEDNESDAY - Cinema Arts Festival - Complete program begins: 8:00 "Breathless" 8:15 ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL ALGONA, IOWA Copies of the first floor plans for Algona's new high school as drawn by the school's architect were distributed last Wednesday evening to those attending the Junior-Senior High Open House. This plan is not necessarily final, and is subject to study and change. First reaction of the public seemed to be generally acceptive with questions asked here and there, as is natural. Hardly any space seems to be provided for janitors, who have considerable equipment to store, and there appears to be no office for the school superintendent so designated on the plans. The center area will be the study hall and lunch room area between the two general classroom, shop and athletic areas. When final approval is given to the architect's plans, a call for bids will take place. A project of this size doesn't reach the finalizing stage overnight. But it's on its way. WEDNESDAY NIGHT ONLY . , NOV. 22nd COUNTRY MUSIC NIGHT 3 Big Features ourCheatft The hotted sound anmnd Shows start at 7 p.m. Each show only shown once. Adults -$1.25 Children-50c (FRIDAY MATINEE ^ SANTA CLAUS DAY FREE MOVIE AT 1 & 3 p.m. You'll see: "FLIPPERS NEW ADVENTURES" Plus Cartoons Algona Theatre Thank You — DOOR PRIZE WINNERS TRANSISTOR RADIOS — H. W. SUbritz, Algoni Mr*. Altx Rt«f«r, Algon* M*tt Wtydt rt, Algon* PORTABLE TV — Arnold Br.tl.nd, Bod. Congratulations to the four winners of Door Prizes during our Open House the past 10 days at Electronic Specialties ... we were most pleased at the many folks who stopped out to see our new 1968 model Admiral and Curtis Mathes TV sets and the many fine compliments on the color sets we have in stock. If you were unable to visit us, stop out anytime this week or next ... see what is new in Color TV. The coffee pot is always on at... ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Pi«99nil Street 5-3215 Algona MR. AND MRS. Henry Guderian will have as Thanksgiving guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merril Bacon and Jane Ann, Waltham, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stice, Fountain City, Wis. Mrs. Slice is a granddaughter of the Guderians. MR. AND MRS.MorrisGivens, Titonka, former Algonans, were here Friday to see Mary Norton whose sister, Teresa, died Wednesday at the Good Samaritan Home, where they have been residents several months. Brief services were held Friday and interment was at Wesley, the former home. Mr. and Mrs. Givens had been neighbors of the sisters when living here. TOM FITZPATRICK is in service and has been sent to Lake Hurst, N. J. for basic training. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fitzpatrick and while in high school made an outstanding record wrestling. BARRY, SON OF Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins and a student at the University at Iowa City, will be home Tuesday to spend his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents. MRS. FRED Will is having as Thanksgiving guests Harley Will and family, Kansas City. His/wife will not be able to accompany them because of employment. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Walburg and family will also be here from Storm Lake. MR. AND MRS. Willard Zeigler expect to have the latter's mother, Mrs. Lydia Lund of Lu- Verne, as Thanksgiving guest. THANKSGIVING guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey will be the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hernon. MR. AND MRS. J. B. Asa plan to have a family dinner Thanksgiving at which there will be about 30 guests. MRS. FERN Foster will have as guests Thanksgiving her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, BUI, Bret and Barbara (Mrs. Jerry Seiler) of Storm Lake. Mr. Seiler is going to spend a few days in Wyoming with friends and do some deer hunting. MRS. GEORGE Lee has had word of the death of Mrs. Tom Lee at Billings, Mont. She was the wife of the late George Lee's brother, who survives her. M'u. AND MRS. Roy Phillips, Vermillion, S. D., spent Nov. 22-23 with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ost winkle. MRS. RUSSELL Cook is going to LuVerne Thanksgiving day to attend a family dinner. MR. AND MRS. Adrian Sterling are being visited by their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller, Dubuque. Stanley spent several days at Milford with his father, Carl Miller, and did some successful pheasant hunting. The senior Mr. Miller accompanied his son here Friday and was guest at the Sterlings. THANKSGIVING dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell will be Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutzell and three little sons and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins, parents of Mrs. Floyd Hutzell. MR. AND MRS. Dick Post were visited Thursday and over night by the latter's brother, Maury White and wife, Des Moines. They were enroute to Minneapolis. Joan Post, who is attending a school of nursing at Sioux City, will be home to spend her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents. MR. AND MRS. Gerald Funk were recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kloppenberg of Marshalltown, parents of Gerald, and were accompanied by his grandfather, Willis Scoville, who makes his home with the Kloppen- bergs. HENRY Guderian has reached retirement age and is taking advantage of it by leaving Dec. 14 with his wife to spend the winter at San Diego, Calif., where their son, Bill and family live. Leading the October round of the St. Ann bridge round robin are these teams: Joan Chris- chilles and Nyda Kolp, 5100; Lucille Navoichick and Mary Bartlett, 4580; Doris McEvoy and Linda Kirsch, 4300; Arlene Miller and Helene Whittemore, 4120; and Jean Harris and Phyllis George, 4060. Teams are reminded to keep an accurate score sheet from each month played, in case an error is found. SWEA-FAGLE By Mr*. Kenneth Bronei Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan and family spent Sunday at Ames visiting at the home of their daughter and family, the James Jensens. The Raymond Pichts visited at the Clyde Thaves and Gordon Skhal homes at Waverly Sunday. They were dinner guests at the STARTS THURS. Ends Tuesday Nov. 23 thru 28 DAYS WINNER ACADEMY AWARDS! Schedule METO-GOLDWVN-MAYtR «a«™ A (MO PONH PRODUCTION DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORS PASTERNAKS DOCTOR /II!V\( .0 Thurs. & Sunday Feature at 1:30 - 5:00 - 8:30 Friday One Complete Showing Starting at 8 P.M. Saturday Matinee at 2 P.M. Evening at 8 P.M. Mon. & Tues. One Complete Showing Strating at 8 P.M. Admission: Adults $1.50 except Sat. Matinee $1.25 Children (Anytime) 75c No Passes on this Engagement ! Thaves.' The Gordon Skhals (Alice Picht) moved to Waverly recently from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Peterson entertained in honor of their infant daughter, Laura Jo, after her baptism Sunday morning at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Swea City. Her baptismal dress was the dress her grandmother, Mrs. Rudolph Peterson, wore at her baptism. Sponsors were Luan and LaDene Brandt. Dinner guests at the Peterson home after services were Rev. and Mrs. Julius Peterson and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Brandt and family; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peterson, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falk, Spicer, Minn., paternal and maternal grandparents. . . . beard abut the new low price lor a (enuine VICTOR addini machine? only ...$79 PLUSF'E.T. T* w other lodels at Ike irict with featores to fit eiery (itiriii need VICTOR *Slmple-To-Opcrate *1O Key &. Full Keyboard *Repeat Key *Total/Sub-Total Control Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Ill E. Call St. Algona, Iowa CHRISTMAS Jeweled Enamel ... weor-with-all fashion Take your pick of bright 'n shiny leaves, trees, peas,thistles, mistletoes and bows, all in golden-toned Trifanium. From a collection of pins and earrings, $4 to $7.50. 5 East State ^- Alcana, Iowa Phone 295*5672

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