The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1968 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1968
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WeWll^ttAttWttlttttllHtttttrmii ^T^^^^^^^^^"^^^WTOnlWlm|fIHI [AROUNDALGONA -*^*""™^lffllinffllH(tlfllllltlllffllllllltllW BY RUTH SHBERK MRS. TERRY McGUIRE entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. Guest was Mrs. Donald J. Kingfield and high score was held by Mrs. Thoreson. MR.. AND MRS. Dean Taylor will leave Omaha by plane Saturday to go to Las Vegas, Nev., where they will attend the convention of the National Auto Dealers Association. They expect to be gone about a week. IN ALGONA tops on the "Neat Parade" Russ Tccn spins the separate combinations with permanent press, no-iron plaids and prints that make sweet harmony with likc- :olored solids. The 65% Dacron* 35% cotton blend keeps these "Unwrinklables" swinging at all times... keeps you neat, crisp and cool from one end of the day to the other. Like Wow! / sportswear for the girl \Jff-" Floral print blouse with roll-up sleeve & bermuda collar, Navy • Green or Gold-Brown, 8-14. $5.00 Zip front plaid jacket, also Zip front "A-line" skirt, in Navy-Green or Gold- Gold, 5/6-13/14. $7.00 Brown, S., M., L. •»•*,. ' Zip front jacket; also in $10.00 Gold, S., M:, I. .$10.00 A..,. yrrrnrnrnnnni a'» a m"» m»a mTnrm 'tvwtm an 1847 ROGERS BROS: America's Finest Silverp/ale Favorite pattern c^ All now available on SPECIAL ORDER SERVICE Lovely pattern favorites of the past available again. This may be your last opportunity to fill in or add on to your service in one of these patterns you chose for family silver. ORDERS ACCEPTED THROUGH MARCH 16 for delivery in September 1968 Teaspoon $1.65 Dinner Fork .. 2,75 Dinner Knife Hollow Handle 4.40 Salad Fork.... 2.75 Dessert or Soup Spoon. 2.75 Round Bowl Soup Spoon. 2.75 Cocktail Fork . 2.75 Iced Drink Spoon 2.75 Butter Spreader 2.75 Tablespoon ... 3.50 THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY 5 Ea,t S.oi, Phont 395.5672 MRS. W. B. MacDONALDand new daughter, Erin, returned to their home Monday from St. Ann hospital where Erin was born last week. She joins a sister, Heather. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. W. B. MacDonald, Sr., Chicago, and maternal grandmother is Mrs. Wade Sullivan. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Monroe was his father, Ken Monroe, Baltimore, Md. JOHN FORBES returned Wednesday after 10 days in a hospital at Rochester, Minn, where he had back surgery. He is now in a cast, which he will wear for about two months, after which he will wear a brace. He is able to be up and around much of the time. MRS. JOSEPH ROONEY was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs. John Shaw and Mrs. Howard Stephenson won prizes. MRS. V. M. PARSONS and Linda left Thursday by plane from Mason City for Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. where they will visit Mrs. Parsons' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Sampson. They expect to be gone several weeks. NEWCOMERS CLUB held their January meeting Tuesday evening at Sid's Cafe. Hostesses were Delores Black, who replaced Joan Benson, and Bonnie Ross. Door prize was won by Lucile Waterman. High score in 500 was held by Millie Thees, with low score held by Sharon Shipler. High score in bridge was held by May Ellen-Cagwin and low by Marcia Sloter. The next meeting of the group will be Feb. 20 at 7:45 at Sid's, with Sharon Kooyman and Mary Hintz, hostesses. MRS. WILLIAM NAYLOR and Mrs. Wayne Hansen were hostesses Tuesday at a miscellaneous shower for Sandra Haag. With 12 guests attending, bingo was played and refreshments were served folio wing the opening of the gifts. DIANE SMITH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and a student at North Iowa University at Cedar Falls, arrived Tuesday to spend her semester break with her parents. Her sister, Sharon, who lives at Iowa City and teaches at Wellman, spent last weekend with her family here. Accompanying Sharon from Iowa City was Jojin Mansur, Juiz de Fora, Brazil, foreign exchange student living with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Morrison and family, Washington, la. He was a pest last weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor and family, who were hosts to Salvador DeSouza, foreign exchange student and also from Brazil, during his senior year here in high school. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and their son, Phil, met John Mansur when the Taylors visited the DeSouza family in Brazil last year. John, 18, is a senior at Washington High School and plans a medical career. Phil Taylor is in premed at Iowa State University at Ames, so the two boys have much in common. Mrs. Taylor stated that there was no language barrier, as John has been in Washington since August. He will return to Brazil next August and will take a matriculation test to enter his medical education. GARY NAYLOR, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor, and a student at Simpson College, Indianola, arrived Saturday to spend his semester break with his family. Upon his return to college, he will start his term of practice teaching in Indianola. MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst returned Saturday after a three- week trip to California and most of their time was spent in the San Diego area. At Long Beach, they visited Mrs. Furst's nephew, Ronald Shatto. Last Monday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Furst in Britt and Saturday they visited Mrs. Furst's sister, Mrs, Dorothy Shatto, Mason City. The Ambushers HOSPITAL NEWS JAN. 16 - Admitted: Mrs. Ardis Lande, Algona, medical; dismissed: Kenneth Schiltz, Mrs. Anna Mousel, Bancroft; Bert Olson, Algona; Katherine Wagner, Ottosen; Theresa Montag, West Bend; Mrs. Ruth Luedtke, Fenton. JAN. 17 - Admitted: Anna Berte, Bode, medical; Anna Muller, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. T. J. Leasing and baby, Whittemore; Chauncy Chipman, Burt; Timothy Wuebker, West Bend. JAN. 18 - Births Mr. and After taking «om e highly-seeret film, Dean Martin 41 Matt Helm and Janice Rule diieever their highly-ieeret vantage point alio has other advantages, in Irving Allen's "The Ambushers," new Columbia Pictures release in Technicolor. "The Ambuihers" also co-stars Senta Berger, James Gregory and Beverly Adam*. The Slaygirls are featured. Mrs. W. B. (Bing) MacDonald, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs.; admitted: Mrs. Carolyn Frederick, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Patricia Spencer, Algona, medical; dismissed: Joseph Loos, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Ardis Lande, Algona. JAN. 19 - Admitted: David Bowman, Algona, medical; dismissed : Mrs. Francis Erpelding and baby, Burt; Mrs. Louise Young, David Bowman, Algona. JAN. 20 - Admitted: Mrs. Marietta Altman, LuVerne, medical; dismissed: John Fowler, Irvington. JAN. 21 - Dismissed: Mrs. Patricia Spencer, Algona. JAN. 22 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bellinger, Burt, boy, 4 Ibs., 15 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. W. B. MacDonald and baby, Algona; Daryl Ristau, LuVerne. LuVerne Club Is Working On New Rules LU VERNE - Helen Daley was hostess to the Progressive Club Monday evening, with 12 members present. The revised constitution, bylaws and standing rules were read and will be voted on at the March meeting. A clock for the new library was selected. Wilma Baskerville showed slides of her trips to the West Indies for the program. The next meeting is to be a potluck dinner in the home of Alice Hanselman Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.n.., with the husbands of the members as guests. - o - SHOWER HELD A post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Ronald Trauger, Mankato, was held Friday'night at the Methodist church, LuVerne, with 35 attending. Mrs. Trauger is the former Rita Hansen of Mankato. She married Ronald Trauger, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Trauger, LuVerne, Jan. 13. - o - J. J. CLUB J. J. Club met Jan. 19 in the home of Eleanor Kubly, hostess. Fourteen members answered roll call. The lesson was by Dorothy Jergensen who read several articles on martins and martin houses. Entertainment was quiz games. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be in the home of Laurine Jergensen on Feb. 9. Bernice Cox will have the program. - o - LIVE WIRES MET LuVerne Live Wires 4-H Club met in the home of Mrs. Don Marty Jan. 20. Hostess was Barbara Marty. Pledge of allegiance was led by Holly DeNio. . Roll call was what I discovered about my food habits. 4-H pledge was led by Sharon Shorey. DaFawn Kinne had recreation. Talks were given by Cindy Smith on a handy guide to good eating; and Becky Smith, planning my diet to good eating. Demonstrations were given by Linda Loftus on "Safety Tips with the Electric Mixer at the Stove; "and "Making Cup Cakes," Barbara Marty. - o - General Society met Jan. 17 at the Methodist church with 20 members present. Lesson by Florence Stewart. She was assisted by Lena Biesemeyer, Betty Johnson, Dorothy Jergensen and Kay Hefty. Devotions by Kay Hefty. Hostesses were Doris Barber, Bernice Cox, Anna Neal and Darlene Brink. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber spent Sunday in Des Moines in the home of Mrs. Lula Jordan and Edna, mother and sister of Mrs. Weber. Mrs. Ella Weber and Mrs. Audrey Weber attended a shower Friday night at Cor with for Cynthia Weber. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf spent Sunday in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, Jr., Owa- i oil move I clock j rMMHttt.BMH.tUJ THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete Program begins: 6:459:10 p. m. "Cool Hand Luke"7:00-9:15 p.m. SATURDAY MATINEE - Complete Program begins: 1:30p.m. "The Sad Horse" - 1 : 50 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete program begins: 1:00-3:00-5:05-7:009:05 p. m. "The Ambushers" 1:15 - 3:15 - 5:15 - 7:20- 9:20 p. m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY Complete Program begins: 7:009:00 p. m. "The Ambushers" 7:15-9:20 p. m. Held Over thro Saturday, Jan. 27th just bugs the Establishment as COOL HarvD LUKE 2 Complete Showings Each Evening. Recommended The Adults SATURDAY MATINEE - JAN, 27 - ONLY At 1:30 ff THE SAD HORSE PIU$ 3 CARTOONS Mgtron on Duty — All Seat} 50c rr Algona Theatre tonna, Minn. A prayer group met in the home of Faye Lichty Friday with nine present. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes spent Sunday in the home of their Thursday, j on . 25, 1968 Alfleno, (la.) Upper Dtt son, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and family, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller, Clarion, were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bnran Watts and son. Mrs. Miller i« an aunt of Mr. Watts. SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28- 29-30 -31 They're all trying to get the best of Matt Helm,,, in the best Matt Helm of all! V.UlllJl/// J •< f,cauithu£ BIG THEATRE COLOR COLUMBIA PICTURES presents An IRVING ALLEN Production MHKflM as MATT HELM m RMBUSHERS | Suggested For Mature Audiences | Admission — Adults $1.25 CONTINUOUS SHOWS from 1 p.m. on Sunday 2 Complete Showings Each Evening - MON. - TUES. - WED. ALGONA THEATRE COMING SUNDAY Feb. llth MdM prftrnls ma (ilrrtMlIrs Produilmn || The Comedians!! Imm ihc nmi-i h\ draham drcfnr !• I'jnjMMdn r Mrirmnlfir DECIDING INVEST? Try an account at Home Federal This sign reads: "x% yield to maturity." That sign reads: "price $1,000 plus accrued interest." 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