The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1961
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MdtoM Thursday, May 1 f, 1961 SUhJlritt, tttansgw of tho Algon& thfeati-e.'is confined to his home With a case of mtcnps. MM Harry Ward went to Rochester Sunday where she is receiving medical .treatment. Mr Ward is with her. Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder to- turned Thursday from Chicago where they attended the National L-P gas convention. The high school Youth Fello*ship of the Presbyterian church entertained the eighth graders at a party Sunday evening. Union Twp. Mother & Daughters Club wHl hold its Mathers -Day tea May 11 at Good Hope church. This will be guest day. Mr and Mrs A. J. Hicklefs have opened their cottage ait Spirit lake for ithe season and have been spending weekends there. Mrs Luella Baker spent several days last week visiting her sister, Mrs H. H. Steward, Kanawha and at Ames with Dr. Durwood Baker and family. Presbyterian Men's Council will meet Tuesday evening for dinner at the church. Leon Martin, Al Agena and Martin MeeMhause are ithe committee in charge. Mr and Mrs Harry Spofcgberg have been visited by Mr and Mi's John Spongberg and Johnny, Milwaukee, Wise. Harry is in the Good Samaritan Nursing Home. Mr and Mrs Robert Pingel are parents of a seven pound, 10 oz. daughter, born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Pingel is the former Judy Reinders and they also have a son. Ava Simpson spent the weekend at Cedar .Rapids with her former pupil, Jane Wong of Hong Kong, China. Miss Wong, who has visited here will be graduated m June from Coe Coflege, and will leave :the same day for China where she will be married. Mr and Mrs Carl Morek. Sr. and Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmore spent the weekend at their respective cottages at Rapidan, Minn. Twentr-one Algona Kiwanis Club members and their wives went to Armstrong Monday evening for a tenth anniversary dinner df the Kiwanis Club there. —o— United Presbyterian Women will meet next Thursday for a dessert luncheon with circle D, Mrs Paul McNeil!, chairman, and Mrs Joseph Skow will give devotions. Mr and Mrs William Besten- lehner are. the parents of a 10 Ib. son born May 3 at St. Ann hospital. He has been named John Charles and has seven brothers and sisters. Mrs Don Smith, Jr. and Mis Les Cheever were hosts at a pink and blue shower for Mrs Ron Zittritsch at Smith's Friday night Guests included classmates and friends of the honoree. A ladles stag was held Wednesday at the Algona Country Club. Golf, with a low net mystery, was followed by dinner and cards. Mrs Dick Cowan and Delia Welter were in charge of arrangements. The Methodist Couple's Club met Sunday evening at the church. Guest speaker was Donna Kahlstorf, Britt, a returned missionary from Africa. The committee in charge was Mr and Mrs Joe Collier, Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor, Mr and Mrs Rex Yoyles and Mr and Mrs Bill Stock. —e— Mrs Kenneth Cowan and Mrs Bernard Yeoman went to Cedar Falls Saturday. Mrs Yeoman with, her daughter, Margaret, went on to Walkvs- where they spent the weekend with the David Yeo- ntans and Mrs Cowan was a guest of her daughter, Pat, at Mother's weekend festivities at Iowa State Teachers 'College. SPECIAL MAT. - 2 P. M. SATURDAY KIDDIES 25c ALGONA —plus— 6 Color Cartoons SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY auDRE* HEPBURN THENUNSSTORU TECHNICOtOK Every electrifying moment — all the unexpected drama — of the warmly human best-seller that enthralled millions! _ tosr;;, PETER FINCH sh °- At 9:3 ° WME EDITH EVANS OAMEPEGGH'ASHCROFr DEAH.'AGO^ —M.I";:;,V,: ^ PLUS COMEDY HIT — SHOWN A I 7:31) CLAM CABLE ' CARROLL BAKER tUUJ PALMER -LEE J. COBB j £i*TON;<»U'-—J BARB Y COE -. t> l In* IIIU MM • ILIA M« Chester Bailey was hoi' tess Ito her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. _o— Miss Mable Lee will be hostess to the Eight Specs card club Monday evenihg. Recent guests of Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane were .the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Keith Smith of Reinbeck. , Rebekah lodge met Tuesday evening at the lodge haH. the committee in charge was Mrs Glen Graham, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee and Mrs Eva Wille. ' Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg* went to Fort Dodge Sunday and visited with Edna Enterline. Mr and Mrs Hagg were visited one day last week by Dale Reed, Dell Rapids, South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Bob Williams spent the weekend at Cedar Falls-with their daughter, Marijane* who is a freshman at Iowa State Teachers College. Marijane and Pat Cowan were in ithe cast of .the water show that gave three performances during the. mothers' weekend; i-.•:;,'. ; , • , . • . > r ; Mr and Mrs Eugene Hulchins and Mrs Hazel Lusby .spent the weekend at Iowa City. They abtendetf the Mother's Day chorus program at which the son, David directed and Pam WaHer was pianist. Also on the program was Linda Smith, who accompanied a sorority-fraternity chorus. • —o— . .'.''• •-Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane and Mr and Mrs Jim Schade of Lu- Verne went to Sioux City over the weekend to the National Guard queen contest. The Schades are the parents of .'• Mariann Schade, Miss Algona in the contest, and Beecher Lane Appliances was her sponsor. Miss Schade placed among the top five finalists. Bel Canto music club had a guest day at the country club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Myron Brower emceed the program which included numbers by the cluD chorus and sextet, Mrs Richard Mawdsley, director, piano duets by Mrs Newton Coughenour .and Mrs Rex Taylor k dances by the pupils of Karen Navoichick and vocal numbers by Mrs Edsel Isaacson. Starting Saturday thru Tuesday Elizabeth Taylor in "Butterfield 8" Eliiabelh Taylor tells Laurence Harvey thai she is aware that his wife is "returning Jo town in a scene from "Butterfield ff% Metro* Gofdw^n-Mayer film version of John O'Hara's dynamic noveL Eddie Fisher also stars in the ace cast, with Dina Merrill portraying Harvey's, neglected wife". The Pandro S. Herman production, directed by Daniel Mann, is in CihemaScope and color. Name Workers Home Fund Drive Swea City — A meeting', of workers for the Iowa Childrens Home Drive in September was held at the Harold Kraatz home last Wednesday. Mrs. Krantz is chairman for the North Kossuth Co. drive. Workers and their townships Thursday — Friday* - ^ ~ "A Fever In The Blood --T»« 7:15 - 3:30 Saturday Matinee 6 Cartoons at 2:00 "Gunsight Ridge" 2:45 Saturday-Monday-Tuesday "Butterfield 8" 7:15-9:23 Sunday 1:15-3:20-5:30-7:35-9:40 Wednesday Only Curtain Time 8:15 "The Magician" shown at 8:30 TICE TO DOG OWNERS Alt dcgs will be quarantined within the City of Algona during the week of May 13 (Midnight) to May 20 (Midnight). All Dogs, licensed or not, will be picked up by the police if found unleashed within the city and disposed of if not claimed within 24 hours. SATURDAY, MAY 13, THE "ANNUAL PET PARADE" WILL BE HELD, BY THE SALESMAN'S BUREAU OF THE ALGONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. ARRANGEMENTS ARE BEING MADE WITH THE VETERINARIANS TO MAKE RABIES INOCULATIONS AVAILABLE TO ALL DOG OWNERS SATURDAY, «rtAY ? 13, AND CITY CLERK DAVID SMITH WILL HAVE DOG LICENSES AVAILABLE. Dr C. C. Shierk Mayor City of Algona are Mrs Wilwwfc Brone& S*# M« Otto K*a*. Grftnt; M« Do aid Haas, Spfingfietd; M» O«o. Snnen, Hebron; Mrs Gwx H»rt»t, tt&rtlsonj M» Oleft Otewv, S^*»l lite Wm. Mather Jr., Ledyard; Mrs JN>hn Rippeattop, Q«JWin{ Mrs Fred Ajfchev Ramsey; Mrs Faye Asche, Greenwood; stos Donald Clapper, Lincoln; M« Robert Fortney, Seneca; Mft R. Lv Kraate; BufMo; M« VWWt Fitc^ PortUand. • _ TtowA chairmen are Mrs W. R Ley, Lafcota; Mrs Wnv Shoenhalr, Bancroft; Titonka, Mrs Gene "*"'"' tor operate* mi puillf% a * . . ..».__ ^ fin t-ltiaL i_jy*U.^ ALGONA Thursday - Friday behind the -hSSfllines, ask tuny housewife, Sjhe'Jt'tell'yoU it's her husband, e^dMlylatuhe breakfast table. 1 » ' - ' " ' s Forfftt Nat 115 You'll Bt IfrtfMffa Tow Stat You'N Be Spei/faound p :• .. >;:;• *"4* * ANSIE i: JR.- DICKINSON JACIt DON Plus 'COLOR CARTOON WEDNESDAY ONLY - MAY 17 FINAL ART SERIES PICTURE THIS YEAR1 HYPNOTIC EXPIRIENCE INTO THE SUKRNATURALI •«•*•••••*•••*••••••*•• Plus "AGELESS ARTISTRY" *•«•«!••»«••»••••••••••• *:UJ !••;• .1 r. Admission 90c CAKTOONS IN 'Butterfield Saturday THRU Tuesday FOR BEST ACTRESS ELIZABETH TAYLOR ALGONA Some women never give a name... just a phone number... METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER^ CinemaScope METRO- com . JOHN O'HARA'S *m nn 1 ^?^ i o lijUU u I Only best-seliiny author John muld dare to tell Gloria'salary. nmWLDRED OUNHOCK-BETTYHaB JEFFREY LYNN • KAY MtDFORO SUNDAY PRQM 1 P.M. CHILOHEN ENDS TONITE (WED.) "FROrV^ THE TERRACE;' plus 'HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" THURSDAY S ORE EM ! OUT OF THE *QW WfST" COMES 'mart***, Action-racked " ^ Proqraml r AI^* wcdicxria J KANE ALAN LADO .JEAN ARTHUR VAN HEFLIN BRANDON DtWILDE JACK PALANCB I . I I J. I Epa^^T BOTH . i as BI6:..IOAP€D FOR ACTION., f« Hi Plow In 0reat Dnomoa! *THE COUNTRY Shown OK9JW __ JWL »>«5 FECK THE S

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