The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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:*» «&Prt5&C -ViJ^lKiJlte^Ji^^ - A Portland Group Sees Pictures Of Switzerland n,u~ The Portland Pro- Club met April 20 in the home of • Mrs Howard Sparks with Mrs Axel Carlson and Mrs •«. u Rasmussen assistant host* i esses. Mr and Mrs John Youngwirth showed some very beautiful and interesting pictures taken during •their stay in Europe. The pictures were taken in several European countries, mostly in Switzerland. vGuests of the meeting were Mrs Gone Meyer, Mrs Ray Me- Whorler, Mrs David Miller, Mrs Guy.Dimond, Patsy Zwiefel and Joan Wood. The next meeting will be held May 18 in the home of Mrs Tony Jandl with .Mrs Clifford Young and Mrs Goodwyn Bergerud assistant hostesses. Pennies Meet The Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H met April 15 in 'the home of Diane Miller. The Club will have u Mother's Tea May 13. Rally Day .was discussed. Nancy Becker and Catherine Trunk- hill gave ta'ltes and Diane Miller gave a demonstration. Diane Hellman had special activities. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting Kay 13 at the home of Linda and, Nancy Becker. "ALL HANDS ON DECK" Mrs Anna Phelps .of Crosby, North Dakota, a sister-in-law of Charles Phelps, arrived Saturday and will visit a few days in-the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Rollo Moore and family were Sunday evening visitors in the Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Mervin Bristow, Jerry, Rex, Don and Paul, Irvington, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Levant Moore home. Mr and Mrs Timer Harms and family of Titonka were Saturday visitors of Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy. Thursday evening visitors in the Kuse home were Mr and Krs James Honken uf Algona. Mr and Mrs Gene Rihgsdorf, Gary and Billy of Des Moines were weekend visitors in the Donald Ringsdorf and Henry Radmaker homes. Bob Barslow of Swea City was a dinner guest in. the Stan- 'ley Ruso home Saturday. , A card party was held in the Jay Steven home Sunday evening. Those attending were 'Mr and Mrs P. W. Mariow, Mr and' Mrs Bill Champion, Sr. of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs John Miller,' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cook, Mr and Mrs August Bernau and Mrs Lawrence Presthus, all of Burt. Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse spent Sunday afternoon visiting in the Stanley Ruse home. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Mary, Norma and David went to Agusta, Wis. for the weekend where they visited in the home of the Andy Naumajis. Mrs Edmund Larsen, accompanied by Mrs Effie Teeter and Mrs Harvey Larsen, went to New Hartford to see Mrs Bill Larsen. Mr and Mrs Billy Christensen Buddy Haekeit as a Chickasaw Indian seaman, protects his, pet turkey from the elements ill the laugh-packed "All Hfmds on Deck," take-off on Navy, doings starring Pal Boone, Dennis! O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, opening Sunday; at the Algona Theatre. and Debbie accompanied Mr .arta Mrs Harvey Finley 1 of Algona to, Spirit Lake, where they v/ere supper guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Duane Osbourne. Mr -and Mrs Bernard Meister and family were Sunday evening visitors in the John V/e'p home at Bancroft. •:. . . Mr and Mrs Tom' Trenary, Kenneth' Trenary and. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Sunday visitors in the Ralph Dugan home. Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle visited in the Harold Becker home Sunday evening. Mrs' Harold Becksr, Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt and Donald Ringsdorf attended Presbyterial at Waterloo Tuesday. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland will meet May 2 in the home;of Mrs.Victor Fitch.and not in the home of Mrs Bernard Phelps, as previously planned. "When, Gpd • gives us a cross to bear, He also gives ' us strength to bear it." •'. OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher The following ladies.from the Lutheran church attended the Fort Dodge conference of the American Lutheran church wo- meii Saturday, Mrs Loren Daniel. Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Harold Mountain, Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mrs Earl Olson. The United Presbyterian Women met Friday afternoon with Mrs Albert Thorsen • as hostess Mrs Thorsen' read the scripture, Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk gave 1 the lesson. American Legion Auxiliary has made nearly 90 balls of carpet rags this winter, weighing 100 pounds. These have been sent to the U.S.V.A. hospital, in ; Des Moines aricU will be woven into rugs by disabled veterans. >; James Fowler has been promoted to P.F.C. He ,is stationed at Ft. Bragg, N. Carolina. Randy Cooper, son of the Donald Coopers, was.three years old Sunday. Dinner guests for the birthday party were Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family of Humboldt and Mrs Essie Cooper. Paul Eugene Loos was baptized at the Lutheran church Sunday. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth were the sponsors. Following the services the Kinseth family were pot luck dinner guests at the Dean Loos home. Mrs Earl Olson, president of the Ottpsen high school. Alumni association, called a meeting' or ALGONA THURS. THRU SAT. rtff JOHN MIORtS MDMOIW THE NEW GIANT, OF WESTERN •SUSPENSE! ] ""PLUNDERERS PLUS 2nd FEATURE Sapphire ~ mm. MCOLOK » \ NIGEL PATRICK \ K\YVONNE MITCHELL^! /list think I For the Price of A Pound of m UNO EEF you can light a 100-watt for over 146 full hours Your Electric Dollar Buys JJ More Than « Any Other Dollar • You SpendI ^ You wouldn't leave a 100-watt bulb on day and night for a full week, but if you did that's all it would cost you! Today, Electricity is one of the biggest bargains you have available to you. In fact, while many other things have gone up in price, Electricity in Algona is still at the same low rates it was in 1948 — thirteen years ago. Electricity in Algona was a bargain then — and it still is! Algona Municipal Utilities "A M «" MEANS YOU OWN IT Illlllllilllllilll the .officers Tuesday, ttoaml Slruthers, past president also attended. The alumni dinner will be held June 4 at the Ottosen gymnasium. , ,' Angela Mae, daughter oi Mr and Mrs Bruce Watnem, was baptized at the .Lutheran church at J-Iumboldt Suftda.v. >Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem, paternal grandparents, were sponsors and were dinner guests at the .Bruce •Watnems following the services. Patty Strulhers, • daughter of Mr and Mrs Virgil , Struthers, will graduate froin Drake,':, uni* versity, Des Moines, . in July* and has •Signed to teach second grade at the Twin Rivers school ut Ottosen. Martha (Jsher, who will graduate , from Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls in June Will teach second grade at thu Lincoln' School, at Eagle Gnivc. Mrs Larry Rigler (Judy, Struthers) is leaching in the Des Moines schools. Wanda Jacobson will continue to teach fourth grade in tho Hubbard school. ; Wayne Wehrsparjh celebrated his tenth birthday . Wednesday. Mai'k Dale of Bode was an overnight guest. Mrs Bertha Jacob- son and Arland were evening guests. Mrs Allan Wehrspann celebrated a birthday Thursday. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family and Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arland. Mr and Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk left PViday for a ten day stay at the Lee Holt home at Spencer while Mr and Mrs Holt are in the enst. They accompanied Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate. Carolyn Mahnin had an appendectomy at Lutheran hospital Wednesday and returned home Monday. Mi and Mrs Henry Lindeman of Humboldt were Sunday visitors at the Laurel Worsters. Mr and Mrs Mount O. Kinseth and family of Algona were Sunday supper guests at the Olvin Haug home. STITCHES Kent Geffcs of Nashua recently fell off the bed while playing with his brother. He hit his head on a register In the fall and had to have several stitches to mend tho wound. The next day brother Lynn suffered a severe gash in his right wrist. He was playing in the yard and came in contact with broken glass that was Thursday, April 27, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine«-3 Washed up by the flood. The ten- REGISTER TICKETS and carbon don in his wrist was severed, re- cash register rolls at the Upper quiring stitches. De.s Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Kiddles 25c MAT. SAT. AT 2 P. M ALGONA M-G-M's Adventure Into The Unknown! FORen PLANET CINEMASCOPE and COLOR '• starring WAITER ANNE LESLIE PIDGEON • FRANCIS • NIELSEN WaraSIEVEK 8 Color Cartoons THEATRE - ALGONA, IOWA CINEMA ARTS **,5EHI WEDNESDAY 0p - MAY 3 TMALLRIGHT T Starring 'PETER SELLERS-IAN PLUS "THE GOLDEN PENINSULA" Adm. 90c SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY It tells of the good in the worst of women.' It tells of the bad in the best of men. RICHARD CONTE. MICHAEL CALLAN DICK YORK CINEMASCOPE • EASTMAN COLOR PLUS SECOND. BIG FEATURE • MONTGOMERY CLIFT ELIZABETH TAYLOR , SHELLEY Plus — 2 COLOR CARTOONS — Adm. 75? CHILDREN UNPif g 12 F R E E ALGONA SUNDAY Thru TUESDAY! PAT CONTINUOUS SUN. FROM I P.M. &" '«*.*•*•** • j& s- Pal'a slngln' outi "All HANDS ON DECK" ^/ "I'VE OOF IT MADE" v! j "SOMEWHERE THERE'S HOME' YOU MEAN EVERYTHING TO ME" DENNIS BARBARA *>'&* —PLUS- COLOR CARTOON CO-STARRING Radio & TV Personalities Gale Gordon and Anna B. Davis Known as 'Schultzie' 19< AWARD "WINNER THE TIME MACHINE" "BEST SPECIAL EFFECTS" - Thursday - Friday - Saturday OmiT INTO TH€ fANTA$TIC The most staptlinq movie' ever made! 1.6. WillS 800,000 YEM ' SHOWN AT 9:30 P.M. HIGH ADVENTURE ON THE MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI! Mark Twain's romantic rogues come to thrilling life on the big CinemaScope screen! PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS TONY RANDALL ARCHlfMOORE and uiio i tarring EDDIE HODGES SHOWN AT 7:20 P. M. BV6RY THURSDAY IS "FAMILY NIGHT 1 ' The WUote > 41 t^zijmt Tke BkiqesT BH^erbiiiwewi Carload f&''''wmm ^4a^CT Bswaiw in-Hie

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