The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1961 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
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PlaygroimdAf BurfllBe Blackfopped Thn pln -v.wound .facilities ' Storting Sunday at the Algona Theatre. he summer. In other action by the council a proposal to the Hargrpaves ffi,™ 10 " «""Pn«y of Cedar Kapids for black .toppins fiv* additional blocks this summer a contract has already been s£n- he th- this spring. All council " Honor Newlyweds Mr and Mrs Ray S. McWhorter, who were recently married, were honored at a party given tor them by members of th American Legion and Auxiliarj at the Legion hall Saturday evening. J J. L. Miller was master o ceremonies and presented tin following program: , (T , An original song to the tune o Bicycle Built for two" written ° y Evelyn Mawdsloy and sung by Dale Lockwpod, Wallace Hawcott and George Becker. They were accompanied by Jean Lockwood. A reading by the poom's daughter. Virginnia Becker; and a skit "Teaching Them To Drink" by Dale and Jean Lockwood and George and Doro""• Becker. are Sli' e * dhn .3 ™% :, screen "««<*/' attd Jim Hulion , Ve - bu9 'u ^ GMs Say romaniie comedy, "Where Th. c.mrtr«' ei 8g 2 lnS a back 9*>««<l °f Fort Lauderdale. Florida; Hawm™ v!£?F 8 £" d . color PWductton also stars Dolores Hart, Geo. irn^iMw r^« ? ^ lftll °. ux ' Barbara Nichols, Chill Wills and famed songstress Cdnnie Francis, making her motion picture debut. "Ben Hur" Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 1:30 Evenings at 7:30. "Where The Boys.Are" Sunday 1:25-3:30-5:35-7:45-9:50 Monday-Tuesday 7:25-9:25 Wednesday Only "Hiroshima Mon Amour" Curtain time 8:15 The honored couple were presented a gift from the group. Lunch was served by Auxiliary members. Skip Day Early Saturday morning, mdm- bers of the Burt senior class and their chaperones, Supt. and Mrs Harold Martin and Mr and Mrs Vern Shipler, boarded a bus and took off for Minneapolis oh the annual "Skip Day". During their 3-day stay in the cities, the class attended the Sports and Boat Show Saturday afternoon. Sunday morning all attended church services. Sunday afternoon was spent at the Ice Follies, and Sunday evening they attended Cinerama. ' No trip out of town is complete without a chance to go shopping, so Monday forenoon was spent doing just that. The afternoon was spent sight seeing. They returned to Burt Tuesday. Ex-Resident Dies Word was received in Burt ot he recent sudden death of a former Burt resident, Robert Schau, 10, at his home in Chicago. Surviving are his wife, the for- ner Mae Vplentine, sister of Al- 'iert Volentine, Burt, a son, and daughter. few Daughters Baby girls arrived in the homes f Mr and Mrs Charles Schade, BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 6:30 P.M. SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 P. M. and Coach and Mrs Lewis Finch, Kimberly Kay Schrader arrived at St. Ann Hospital March 28; She has three sisters and a brother. Kirstyn Sue Finch arrived Apr. 4 at St. Ann. She has a: sister, Terri. Auxiliary Met The American Legion Auxiliary held their joint meeting Tuesday evening with 12 members present. Mrs Helen; Wermers was awarded the door prize. In action taken, the members voted to give $5 to the Cancer fund and $5 to the Leonard Wood Memorial fund, The Child Welfare Chairman, Beth Miller, reported that needed clothing had been sent to the Auxiliary's 10 year old charge. The group voted to again sponsor a junior girl at Hawkeye Girls State in June. Janet Black, daughter of the Glenn Black's was chosen to go. Cheryl Lovstad, daughter of the Raymond Lovstad's, is alternate. '. The group also voted to again sponsor a local Poppy poster contest, 'with 1st and 2nd prizes to be given. Hostesses for Tuesday evening's meeting were Beth Miller and Helen Wermers. This Months Auxiliary Sewing meeting will be held at the home of Mayme Schrader April 12. wedding of • Mcnnctt's niece, Dawn Heaney Saturday afternoon. Dawn is the daughter of the Joe Heaneys, former Burt residents. Mr and Mrs Cliff Holding took Cliff's brother, Art, to Minneapolis Friday where he boarded, the train for his return to his home in Washington. Art came lo attend last rites for another brother, Merwyn. . Mrs Herman Nietzel returned to her home this past week after a stay in a Fort Dodge hospital. Three bus loads of students, faculty members, and chaperones attended the special matinee showing of the film ."Ben Hur' 1 at the Algona Theatre 'Wednesday. Mrs June Goldman was the guest speaker at the annual Spiritual Bazaar of the W.S.C.S. held at the' church Wednesday. The special program was presented by members of the spiritual life committee, Aileen Samek, Beth Miller, and Florence Spear. The pupils of Mary Oestcrrie- cher's first grade class made and presented an Easter egg tree to the residcmts of Wilfair Haven for them to enjoy over the Easter season. The- pupils decorated eggs and these were hung on the branches of a wild plum tree, along with artificial" flowers, beads and other decorations. When the pupils visited the home to present the tree, they also sang songs and recited Easter poems for the residents. Mr and Mrs John Carlson were hosts Sunday evening 4o the members of the Me'thodist Young Adults Klub. The Methodist Youth Fellowship are holding a Spagetti Sup- per at the church Wednesday evening, April 26. Serving will begin at G o'clock. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the M.Y.F. Mr and Mrs Leo Mitchell are vacationing in New York. Harold Bait, who has been employed at MrCook, Neb., spent the weekend with his parents, the William Bntts. Harold, who is employed as a Western Elec- tric installer, went to Rapid City Tuesday where ho will be employed. MEMBER Mrs George Myers of Thornton was honored recently by the O.E.S. there for a 50 year membership in that chapter. An unusual coincidence, she was honored on the same date Ihat 50 years ago she became a member of that chaplcr. HELD OVER! THRU SATURDAY! MATINEE SAT. AT 1:30 ADM. 90c Children (Under 12) 60c At All Times Evenings AT 7:30 ADM. $1.25 Thursday, April 13, 1961 Algona (lo.) Upper Des Mofnes-3 THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY SUN. THRU TUES. Cont. SUN. from 1 P.M. M-G-M'S HILARIOUS INSIDE STORY OF WHAT GOES ON WHEN SCHOOL LETS OUT ON THOSE RfP-ROARlNG-jg^SPRlNG- VACATIONS! "The Movie About TODAY'S NEWS.. College Students Celebrate EASTER in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla." SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY ALlDHITCHWSNEwiD I Mve (iked Ihat no on* b« admitted to the theatre •Her the stcrt of each performance. Thiti of court*, If to help you enjoy PSYCHO morel 'ANTHONY VERA JOHN Host Algona Club Members of the Algona Mariners Club were Sunday evening guests of the local Presbyterian Mariners. The Algona group were in charge of devotions. Included in the evenings pro-' gram,,.was; a "Singsperation" un» der the direction of Roscoe and Evelyn Mawdsley. Hosts for the evening were Leonard and Marlcne Stenzcl, and Frank and Virginnia Becker. The Spencer District Conference will be held in the Graettinger Methodist Church April 16. Attending from Burt will be Rev. Samek, the lay leader, one adult Sunday School teacher, the Chairman of the pastoral relations committee and the president of the W.S.C.S. Mr and Mrs Vern Rafdnl and family, Titonka, were Sunday visitors at the parental Lawrence Doege home. M. J. Trunkhill and Katherine accompanied by Mrs Shorald Syrtness and Jack Trunkhill. Ames, went to Lincoln, Ncbr. Saturday where they attended the (TO GOLDWN MAYER "Who cares if "Me need a "He called it fey kiss and tell, ctiaperone? I was bw-elrl-Unn advertising makes ' captain of the but kepi the world go'loundl" girl's hockey team I" losing every Le I" 'CLOWNS in aiGarb-HOLlYWOOD SM£/ LAFC-FILLtD HITS / ON ONE BIG- PROGRAM / HIT NO. 1 SHOWN AT 7:00 P.M. IT'S WILLIAM HOLDEN's GREAT ACADEMY AWARD WINNING PERFORMANCE! The hilarious heart-tugging story of our P.W. heroes I You'll laugh, cry, HIT NO. 2 SHOWN AT 9:15 P. M. starring DOLORES HART- GEORGE HAMILTON WETTEMIMIEUX-JIM MUTTON BARBARA NICHOLS -PAULA PRENTIS and introducing FRANK GORSHIN • CONNIE FRANCIS,, „, I« elngj a n... hit «ongs ^ "/ Plus Color Cartoon And "Assignment Japan" CinemaScope and METROCOLOR DODGE WAGONS CARRY COMPACT DODGE \ I LANCER V *' MOTHERS, FATHERS, BOYS, GIRLS, CATS, CANARIES, BOUQUETS, HIT NO. 3 SHOWN AT 11 P.M. mm mm WJOHN Mm I., MARION CRANE PLUS 2nd FEATURE STARTING AT 7:35 EDGE QF ETERNITY MICKEY SHAUGHNESSY PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION 75e - CHILDREN FREE BARBECUES, BOATS, TENTS, LUGGAGE, AND A LOW PRICE I filher Dodge wagon will carry a sizeable load of most inything that moves. But the most impressive thine thev carry is a low price. Dart js a full-size Dodge. Yet it is priced model for model with Ford and Chevrolet. Our new compact Dodge Lancer, is priced about the same as Comet, Cqrvair and Falcon. Whichever one you buv vou'll g«t«ymtized, rust-proofed body, Torsion-Aire ride, and STANDARD OR COMPACT YOU GEIAGRFAT DEAL WIIH PODGE a battery-saving alternator. See and drive them both at your Dodge Dealer. As you drive them, remember this. Standard or compact, you get a great deal with Dodge. f R K JIE-CLIP IGNITION KEY to fit your present car. A guvin- toed $2.50 retail value. Get one absolutely free (Imply by taking i ride In a Dodge car or truck at any Dodge Dealer displaying the big "Golden Key" banner. Offer expires midnight, April 30, 1Mt. ..JACK NOBU \f r *'^"— • i v ijp"w*^_*— ^r-v*—,^ i •M'wcaw DICK KOVACS-MOORE-WARDEN-M C OMHY-SHAWN ASc ong. COLOR by DELUXE KmMn Dy RICHARD BREEN IS,,, SIE THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN KEYS -YOUR DEPENDABLE DODGE DEALER PERCIVAL MOTORS • 800 So. Phillips St., Algona, Iowa BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 6:30 P.M. CLOSES AT 11 P.M.

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