The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1961
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(ta.) Upper Dei Molho* Tnimday, April 20, 1961 CAN" STARTS SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY V AifHE ' Frank Sinalra and Shirley MacLaine have leads in the movie M Can Can . slated to show Sunday through Wednesday at the Algona • Theatre; The movie, rated one of the best of the year, was in the , shooting stages when Premier Khrushchev of Russia visited the <" sound stage in Hollywood, during a trip to the U. S. in 1960. jflecent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Cynthia Marie, datlght§» of M? and Mrs Elton Wodfl, -arid^feftfey 'Arthifr, Son of Mr and Mrs ArthOr V.'ihkel. 4 " v ' r -'fj-'if--!: Harold Miller, who has been employed in California, is visiting his family here. Mr and Mrs JVCil- lei* plan to go to Texas and visit their son-in-lav/ rnd daughter and two sots of twin boys, and when school is out will move to Galifor-" nla. ' - Myrtfn 60*^ will brhosi' , to Guild, busktess •• wShien's drcje of the Presbyterian church Monday evening. • Jessie Smith Will-be co-hostess! Mfs" Henrietta Bowman will give,, the program and ,Lovcrn Johnson, the devo- fiOrtSi Mefhodist WSCS Names Mrs. Wolf New President tef, Mrs John Afthur:Benscholef,f • A* Glen Sirayer is again at Roch M ester, Minn, for treatments. J —o- Mrs J.F. Milder was hostess to *her sewing club Mondav after- I2 noon. ~ Mrs Lenore Hiltz was hostess ,«.to her Canasta club Monday afternoon. —°— r Mrs Lester Johnson entertained -_ the Eight Specs card club Wed- ~nesday eyemng. . Mr and Mrs James Walker are - moving this week to the-Harvey ^Peck house at 1503 E. Call street. - Mrs Cecil McGinnis was hostess ^ at a pot-luck luncheon Tuesday in - °J )s1 . e , rvaTnce of the the birthdaj ~ of Mrs J .P. Smith. « —u—' ' • • ., Mr and Mrs Harry Treganza are -.parents of a seven pound, five - P, uncAe daughter born Saturday at •» bt. Ann hospital. ., Mrs Forrest Twogood, Los Aug. „ eles, is visiting here with her -mother, Mrs M.P. Haggard and ,, sister, Barbara Haggard. £ Jim Pratt, sophomore at low'a * State Teachers college at Cedar •.Jails, spent the weekend here ,£ with his parents, Mr and Mrs * Lloyd Pratt. m m Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee spent 7 Tuesday at Iowa City where they took trie latter's father, Adolph "Bruellman, West Bend, to Oakdale ^lor a check-up. » United Presbyterian Women are „ having their general meeting this afternoon (Thursday). Mrs A D '* Crawford is in charge of the pro..gram and guest speaker will be •- Kev. Luverne Seth from the Tama ^Indian reservation. Mrs Charles '"£ a ^S TOVC wi " eive devotions. "'U.P.VV. members from Lakota will guests. M Mrs Tom Sampson was honoree ^at a pot-luck luncheon Friday in •observance of her birthday At- Mtending were Mcsdarnes Lou Hoo,..: ver and Cliff Hoover of Hurt, Bub Hoover and Jim Ryburn of Brur • Harry Seely, Wiiittomoro, and , led Hoover, Charles Deibler, Pauline MsGuirc and Mary Olson all ot Algona. '! —o— ,, Joan, daughter of Mr and Mrs JJjck Post, was honoree at a party ;* I'nday evening in observance .„ of her rntceeiun birthday which was Apirl I. Guests were phoned „ early m the morning and told to „ come as you are", resultiri" in some informal attire. Part if°ihc M entertainment of the evening \va s „ boxing matches using Joan's brothers' gloves. Z A direclor's party was held sun"day evening a t Algona Country Club. Entertainment was a quar- ,.tet Composed of Gene Hutchins, ** vT kmdelar, (; len Graham an-1 JJr. J.B. Harris and Bill Watkin.s «, at the organ. The committee in -M charge was Messrs, and Mc.schmt • Craig Smith and Ted Chischilk's" .. co-chairmen, Eugene Furst. Lloyd .. Boliannon, Al Buchanan, Hiury Oreenberg, Goraon Hall, Orville ..Hakes, Li-s Kenyon, Bob Williams •- Gene lender, Ed Adams Ivlei -Bey, Ted Herbst, Charles Hinken and Carroll Plott. — —o— ~ Algona Country Club committees for lOdl have been announcd ., The executive committee is Crait ,&mHh, Ted Christ-Miles, Frank Moxilton, and Francis Bunting and ., the grounds and greens committee Francis Bunting, J.F. Milder and ' D.P. Smith. The men's gulf com- .injtteee is Ted Chrischillcs, Dr Harold Erickson and Gordon Sch•-' midt and the ladies golf, Mrs Har- old Erickson and Mrs Pat Beck ' The social commitee is Mrs Maynard Millei, Mrs Don Hemming- sun, Mrs Orval Hakes and Mrs • Caroll Plott. The teen-agers com: mUtee is Mr and Mrs Dick Norton and Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor and the audit is in charge of Al Agena t end Gordon Hall. Charles Hinken - is member ship chairman, M.H. - Jionsbruch, dance chairman, and thx' Algona Amateur Tournament „ committee is Ed Adams, Jerry Ferris. Dick Post, Don Prieskorn and Cliff Skogstrom. Mr and Mrs Russ Buchanan have been visited by the latter's father. —o— Mrs Clint Lighter entered St. Ann hospital Saturday for medica treatment. • •'.; —o—' Mr ahd Mrs Ed Gilmbre and family s'yent Sunday at Minneapolis \yhere they attended the Ice Follies. —o— Catholic Action Guild will have a parish dinner Sunday, April 23, at the Acadeniy hall serving from 11:30 until 2 and from 4 to 1. Mr and Mrs G.D. Morck, Jr. and two children spent from Friday to Sunday at Minneapolis where they visited the Dorrence Greers. —o— Members of the chancel choir of the Presbyterian church were honored with a dinner by the ladies of the church Thursday evening. The W.S.C.S. of • the Methodist church has elected new officers for the church year beginning in June. .•' "Mrs George Wolf was: elected president; 'Mrs >T. C. Hutchison, vice president; Mrs Newton ^oughenour, honorary vice president; Mrs V. M. Parsons, recording secretary and., Mrs Ar- thurB^nschoter," treasurer:' • Promotion secretary is Mrs John Wilson; missionary education, Mrs John Hayes; Christian social relations, Mrs L. L. Riter; youth, Mrs: Louis Kelley; literature, Mrs J&hri McGuire arid supply work, Mrs Lyle Steele,' , The membership committee' is headed Jb<f .Mrs Lloyd. ,Muckey and Mrs Ed Hagg; publicity and printing,-J&s Don Potter and Mrs Roy Hufeell; floral, 'Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. and ;Mrs Walter Klamp, and Mrs William ^unchijy. is cnairmari of the Goodwill fncllis- tries. The ..nominating committee is Mrs deprge Baliuff, Mrs,Clarence -.• Hunt; Mrs J. B. Asa and Mrs ; K R." Potter • ' . , t Circle chairmen appointed are Mrs Elizabeth Post, Mrs Stanley, Gardner, Mrs J. B Asa,- Mrs John Thompson, Mrs L. L. Riter, Mrs Cecil Will, Mrs Don Nelson, .Mrs j. R. Cook, Mrs Marjorie Apple, vlrs Roy Adams, Mrs Leonard tfaasdam, Mrs Lyle Steele, Mrs Dale Cole, Mrs Dallas Klein, Mrs George Harrk;, Mrs Joe Tschet- First banns of marriage have been published at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Ed Ktsch and Mary Ha Erpelding, both of Algona. , >;.f« i J .±*te-J ^V • "Mrl Infl MrsCi Eugenev Zender are'going to Billings, Montana to join the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Sevy, on a trip to Las Vegas. " •• —o—• Pal Cowan and her roommate at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mrs and Mrs Kenneth Cowan. • '. Wednesday* -, T > ; • "Hiroshima Mon -Amour" * : i Curtain at 8:15 feature ht 8:45 Thursday thru Saturday "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" 7:30. "I Aim At The Stars" 9:30 Saturday matinee at 2:00 Sunday "Can Can" 1:00 — 2:27 — 4:54 — 7:20 — 9:4; Monday «thru Wednesday 7:00 — 9:25 Come in and talk to us. Find out how to turn more replacements into profitable egg producers by following The Cyanamid Feed-Health Program ALGONA GRAIN AND FEED CO. 916 East State Algona, Iowa As Advertised in The Farm and Home Section ALGONA THURS, thru SAT. Both Features Shown SUT. MAT. AT 1 :OQ ,JIMMIE'SAFIGHTIN:..SIN6IN:..LOVIN'MAN -LIVING THE GREAT ADVENTURE OF THE SOUTHLAND! JIMMIE ROOGERS-PATTEN SS~BSfR lc WILLS shown Sat - a » i p.m PLUS 2nd FEATURE COLUMBIA PICTURES pr B(nt . ClIfilJUiENS-VK in tt« CNMUS H. SCHNCIB Piodueliiai LOCCJ! Girl Hurf In Germany Now Is Recovering Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivaritif Algona received word this that their daughter, Sheila, creational director With the i Army at Karlsruhe, <~ Gerrnfif#, had received serious back InjUr-? ies when the auto she -was cfiiv-- Ihg crashed at* Cologrteittgaf the Belgium border.• » '.- ' ." Her fiuto, a/small Ffench ma- chine, was re'pdttedlV totall^ de molished in the crash. She was thrown from the auto during the mishap, which resulted when she attempted (6 swerve arbuhd a rabbit ott the road, She Was flown by helicdptef to a hospital at Franfurt, and at latest reports, received on,tape ree&rdihgs by hef 'parents, Is improving satis* factonly. , ' Two women companions, traveling with her bn a trip to England, suffered mihor injuries^ Doctors have assured Sheila that her recovery from injuries will be complete, but it will be several weeks before she can return to her job. W«l. yB * y ,4.i^ •Ph* WMlte « rt «. 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