The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1964 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1964
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Corwith-Wesley Parent-Teacher Meeting Held WESLEY - Parent -Teachers met In the Wesley building Nov. 11, with approximately 130 present. Officers; Mrs. Bonnie Oxley, pres., Mrs. Terry Long, sec., and Paul Parkhurst, treas., gave reports. The group voted to buy a large coffee maker for use at school activities. Principal Freden reported 94% of all parents of high school pupils attended the Friday conference of teachers and parents. Principal Shellenberg explained a. contemplated Book Fair for early December and he also showed slides oh adequate state . support for schools. Mrs. A. C. Discher presented her 7th grade In a humorous skit, "The Payoff", Following lunch, a tour of ,the building was conducted for parents by the Wesley teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Licktelg left Friday for their home at Springfield, 111., following a 10- day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Licktelg and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wagner .of Ft. Dodge, spent Veterans Day In the parental Al Wagner home. Mrs. Dave Klein was baptis- rrhal godmother for her niece, •iNancy Ann Krebsback, atAlgona, |Nov. 15. Don Krebsback of JLedyard was godfather. The 'Infant was born Nov. 4 to Mr. _and Mrs., Maurice ( VirglniaMll- "ler) Krebsbach of Algona.' The krebsbachs have another daughter, Dona Mae, who was a guest Of her maternal grandparents, {he Joe Millers. that's for "doing" rvot just "having" give LEGO-a creative toy Colorful LEGO snap-together bricks offer a challenge to any child's imagination, concentration, and invention. Each LEGO brick fits together with every othqr one. They "snap" together; stay together securely and, snap, they come apart. LEGO is the happiest creative gift you can give a child! Gift Siti from precision-made pljitic bricki... unique... Iducillonil... creitlve COAST TO COAST STORE ED WOLF, OWNER Mrs. L, S, Koppen returned Nov. 10 from a stay at Rochester, Minn., with her husband who had surgery there. Their daughters, Mrs. Ervln Wlltgen of Algona, and Mrs. Roland Schmidt of Garner, drove to Rochester for their mother. Bill Koppen took his mother back to Rochester, Saturday. Mrs. L.S. Koppen spent Thursday thru Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Ervln Wlltgen and family In Algona. Mrs. Ed Hlldman was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital, Algona, Nov. 12, for medical treatment of a heart condition. The Paul Grandgenetts called on the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barlow, Mason City, Nov. 11. The LeRoy, Larry and Paul Grandgenetts and Mrs. George Clnk attended the Nov. 7 wedding at St. Benedict, of Carol Grandgenett, daughter of the A. J. Grandgenetts, and Jerry Barlow of Mason City. Paul was an usher. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martlnek and Harold Martlnek went to Mason City, Nov. 10, where he had a post-surgery check-up. Edmund Otis, Harold Weber, Geo. Seaberg, Victor Loeblg, Harold Weber and the manager of the Farmer's Co-op Elevator Co., Frank Bleich, attended a meeting at Ft. Dodge, Nov. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Adolf and Shelley of May City, and Forrest Adolf of Melvln, spent Noy. 8 with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martlnek. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lucas, •Ames, spent the Nov. 8 weekend In the parental Edmund Otis home. The two families and the Edward Otis family were Sunday guests In the Edward Albrecht home at Clare. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reedstrom visited her mother; Mrs. Laura Richter and Jack, and 'her sister, Mrs. Edmund Otis and family, Nov. 11.. Mrs. Mary Oesterrelcher and Louis of Titonka, and'Mrs. Jjlg Bleich visited the Dick Keiloggs. at Grand Junction, Nov. 8.' . Mrs. Minnie Halvorson ofEd- geley, N. D., has been visiting Funnemark relatives and other relatives and friends here. Harold Price was hospitalized Nov. 9-10-11 In the BrUt hospital. Ed Froehllch of Pensacola, Fla,, spent Nov. 1-11 with his father, Chas. Froehllch and his brother, Carl Froejilich and family. .•;-,. •,. \ Mrs. L. T. Root and her sister, Mrs. Norman Allison of Mason Harold Gunning of Lansford, N. D., visited' Ann and/Ethel Flom and Alma and Julius Funnemark and others several days recently. Anna and Ethel Flom visited the Herbert Hoover birthplace, grave, library and other points of interest at West Branch, Oct. 31. George Sheridan of MasonClty spent several days last week with his mother, Mrs. Jessie Sheridan, and with his sister, Mrs. L. T. Root and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weir had as their Nov. 8 weekend hunt- Ing guests, the Lyle Weirs of Grand Junction, the Albert Jon- dans of Des Molnes, Bob Dirks of Klemme, and the I, A, Burgens of Manchester. Methodist' circles will meet Wednesday, November 18, in the Lawrence Baylor, Orville Smith and Chas. Price homes. Yo Yo club will meet that evening In the church parlors. Swea-Eagle KMIIMI Duane Jensen families and Mrs, Roger Linde were at the parental Joe Preston home. Visitors during the week at the Francis Torino home to visit Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torino Included Mr. and Mrs.JoeWoen- ke, Mrs. Kenneth Dltsworth and Rev.. Nelson, all of Bancroft, Mrs. Luther Fairbanks, Burt, Mr. Benkln, Lakota, and Mr. Behrends, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Selmer Uhr, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C, Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Emll Larson. Mary, 3 year old daughter of the Floyd Brekkes, was a patient at Holy Family hospital at Esthervllle, Tuesday to Saturday, for treatment of a virus. Mr. and Mrs. William Gles, Sr., announce the birth of a new grandson, Todd Kenneth, Nov. 6, at St; Ann hospital at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Gies, Jr., are parents of the 6 pound, 8 1/2 ounce boy. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Frerlchs drove to Okabena, Minn., to be houseguests of his sister, the Lloyd Steffens. Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Swanson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, the Rufus Olthoffs, Lakota, where a family gathering honored the visit of Mrs. Ann Finn and her son, Charles, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Jones of Armstrong were Saturday even- Ing visitors at the home of her grandparents, the Henry Schu- lers. A dedication service was held at Our Savior Lutheran church, Sunday, for memorials in honor of Albert Paul, who lost his life earlier in a farm accident. The American flag, Christian flag, children's hymnals and an outside bulletin board were also dedicated. A dinner furnished by members was served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Dlts- worth and children were Friday to Sunday visitors at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith a* Louisville, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fedder-, sen, Mrs. Etta-Hagge, Bloom- Ing Prairie, Minn., and Marie Claussen called last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. J. Kramersmeier at Ledyard. The same group were Sunday visitors at the Ernest Feddersen home at Ringsted. Eagle Homemakers met Nov. 18 at the home of Mrs. Wallace Dawson, with Mrs. Jack Reece assisting. The lesson will be given by Mrs. Paul : Wlechmann and Mrs. Ormal ; Guinn. The Floyd.Mpntgomery family j were guests' 1 aV (he h'drhe bf'fier ,' sister, Mrs. Lee Hall a'tDolllver, . Sunday evening for a birthday party. C. O. Grove of Des Molnes visited at the Ralph Walker home Saturday and hunted. Mrs. Walter Magnusen reports ' their grandson, Danny, 13, son of Mr,, and Mrs. Everett Honnett of Denaire, Cal., is in tract- Percey McDowell, Ronnie, Richard, Brenda and Bonnie were Saturday visitors at the Warren Brones home. Mr. McDowell and the boys were here for hunting. David Ostergaard, Ames, and his cousin, Donald Ostergaard, > Des Molnes, were in the area over the weekend for the hunt- Ing. One of four Americans killed In the raid recently on Viet Nam, was Ronnie O'Keefe, son of the Melvln O'Keefes of Winnebago. He is a cousin of Mrs. Warren Bronas and Mrs. Milton Grlemann of the area. Hunters at the Nels and Ed Godf redson homes over the weekend were "Buster" Bishop and two hunters from Des Moines, and a group of four from Burlington. Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Godf redson home were Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, the Ben Wlb- bens and Mrs. Dave Hanklns and son, Algona, the Cecil God- fredsons, Humboldt, andtheMer- vin Johnsons and Nels Godfred- sons. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston and Mr. and Mrs, Tom Preston drove to Carlyle, Friday, for the funeral of Mrs. Joe Preston's brother, Ernest Keeney, 86. Sunday, the John Kelly s and MOVIE CLOCK Thursday thru Saturday "Soldier In The Rain", 7:00- i 9-iBS. "The Raiders", 8:35. Saturday Matinee at 1:30 "Bart, Of Bart's Clubhouse" On Stage - On Screen "Tarzan's 3 Challenges", plus 5 Color Car. toons. Sunday - "You Gotta Have A Gal In. Your Room" It's the •Honeymoon Hotel. 1:30-3:305:33-7:40-9:43. Monday thru Wednesday- 7:359:35. Starting Sunday at The Algona Theatre "You Gotta Have A Gal In Your Room" It's The Honeymoon Hotel o'CHOOLHOUSE FIRE Early Sunday morning, November 1, fire completely destroyed the Marlon Township school number six. A voting machine, which Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Mo!nei-5 had been placed In the school for the general election, was lost In the fire. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS Who says movie-making Isn't fun? Nancy Kwan and Robert Morse cut up between scenes of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's romantic comedy, "You Gotta Have A Gal In Your Room". It's The Honeymoon Hotel, in which they star with Robert Goulct and Jill St. John. Both Morse and Goulet come to the new film from successes on the Broadway musical comedy stage — Morse in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and Goulet in the musical, "Camclot." ion for relief of pain In one hip at Ceries, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen attended the 25th wedding celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fries at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Madsen, Jimmy and Jane of Arnolds Park were Sunday evening guests at the Arnold Duer home, along with Joan and Beatrice Lodden, Estherville, who were supper guests there. Monday dinner guests at the Arnold Duer home were Mr. and Mrs. John Pendelton, Kansas City, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duer, Rlngsted. The Lawrence Reding family of Armstrong were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Carr home. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Koons, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. "Zip" Koons. Mrs. Harold Carr visited her daughter, Mrs. Orville Budach at Blue Earth Friday. OLDEST VOTER William Quibell, 100 years old of Waverly, probably was that city's oldest voter in this month's general election. He cast his first ballot in 1888, when Benjamin Harrison was elected and In all he has voted in various elections for 79 years. ALGONA Saturday, Nov. 21 MATINEE ONLY Hey Kiddies - Look what is coming to your Theatre 1 On our stage at 1:30 in person — Bart Curran of "BART'S CLUBHOUSE" - Northwest Iowa's favorite TV personality SUN. THRU WED., NOV. 22 - 25 -—T PIUS ON OUR SCREEN SUPERHUMAN CHALLENGES OF SKILL, STRENGTH AND .COURAGE! M-G-M OT Tlit niweil Tirzin ipecticulir filmed In COLOR on location In dolic Thailand I DYALISCOPE.woMETROCOI.OH ALSO 5 COLOR CARTOONS COME EARLY FOR CHOICE SEATS - IDAA iee us. Ule deliuer: The only 5-venr/50,000-mile warranty* in the business. * We sell Chryslers — the big car with the longest big-car warranty. You get five years or 50,000 miles of protection on the vital moving parts of your car. Read this warranty statement carefully. It's one more reason Chrysler's the best big-car buy around. *HOW CHRYSLIR'S 5-YIAR/SO,000-M1LI INOINI AND DRIVI TRAIN WARRANTY PRO- TICTS YOUl Chryiler Corporation confidently warrant! all of tha following vital parli of Iti 1965 can for 5 yean or 20,000 miles, whichever comet first, during which time any such parts that prove defective in material and workmanship will be replaced or repaired at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of business without charge for such parti or (abort engine block, head and Internal parts, intake manifold, water pump, trans* mission case and Internal parts (excepting manual clutch), torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings, REQUIRED MAINTENANCE) The following maintenance services are required under the warranty — change engine all every 3 months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first; replace oil filter every second oil change) clean carburetor air filter every 6 months and replace It every two years; and every 6 months furnish evidence of this required service to a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authoriied Dealer and request him to certify receipt of such evidence and your car's mileage. Simple enough for such important protection. See your .Chrysler Dealer—The man uihn deliuers. PERCIVAL MOTORS, Inc., 800 So. Phillips, Algona F ENDS • "SOLDIER IN THE RAIN" - JACKIE GLEASON SAT. • Plus "THE RAIDERS" SUN. THRU WED., NOV. 22-25 LGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1.30.P. »' ...And these boy* airiv« with no brides, no baggage... and I absolutely no reservations P The nations romantic sensation. Zan/'e$+ madcap in he movies PONT SEE THIS ONE IP YOU DOtfi LIKE LAUGHING ROBERT 60ULET-NANCY KWAN ROBERT MORSE-Jill ST. JOHN ANNE HELM- EL5A LANCHE5TER* KEENAN WYNN 1 something's always POPPING UP! ... and It's a mighty comforting feeling to know you have some extra cash set aside . . . where It's safe and still quickly available - at Home Federal Savings Open your Savings Account now I FOR THOSE WITH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EARNINGS COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n All Account* Fully Insur.d to $10,000 Save From The Tenth — Earn From The First SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA SINCE 1917 - ALGONA, IOWA

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