The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1961 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1961
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S<-Affl«na (to.) Uppef De» MolnM Thtirsd&y, Jen* 1, 1961 M-H Club Tours •Will Be Held flV : During June * Kossuth County 4-H boys' -clubs will hold their annual farm "project tours in June. 4-H mem- j *bers will have An opportunity j thus; June 9, Fenton club, 1:30, »to show their projects, see other. Fenton Park; June 1(), Whitte- club member's projects, team improved management practices aM To |ain Ssjjeiienee in livestock judging and showing on the tour. / •''• Ciubs planning tours 'and the time and place they will start are as follows: June 3, Wesley club, 9 BJTU Sexton; June 5 ( Garfield club, 8 a.m., Moglefs; June 6, Algona club, 9:30 a.m Bode Bros.: Union club, 8, Civic Center; June 7, Plvjrn Creek. 8 a.m., Jackie Keith's; Greenwood club, 8 a.m.. more club, 8, Joe Loebach's; June 13, Seneca club, 8, Seneca store; Swea-Harrlson, 8, Swea City park; June J5, .Grant, 8:30, Grant School; June 17, Aggressive Lads, 8:30, Baumann'sS June 26, Buffalo; 'June -28, St| Joe; June 4, Ramsey, Steve Ysfckle's, 10 'am.; June'M, Burt, 9 a.m., Lockwood's. " Members are eitcouraged to have their project In a convenient place so ,ti-ey can' be shown to the rest of the club to good Advantage, according to Robert C. JplmsoiM cpunty extension associate. If members have their record books up to dajte it ^rill be a fine source of information tc refer to to inform others of youi club project. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY IFlrt ...come share the FUN and EXCITEMENT of this ONEderful NEW All-Cartoon Feature! AT 8 P.M. 6 Dalmatfans 'HIM WH MrWW C. Of. Of«t nan nrnxiKH PLUS 2nd WESTERN THRILLER! ClNeviAScOPE COlORIiyMLUXE 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION 75c — KIDDIES FREE Pick Zweifel Named Proctor At Morningsid^ Richard R. Zwiefel, son of Mr and Mrs. Henry Zwiefel of Algona, has been appointed a piroc tor in the men's dormitory ai Morningside college at Sioui City for the 1961-'62 academic- year. ••, i Fourteen men are appointed to proctorships in the dormitory, and have responsibility for creating 'a climate "in which al} men in the hall may get the maximum benefit from their college study. Proctors Work under the direct supervision o'f the dean of men of the college.' , The dormitory at Morningside houses approximately 320 men and slightly more than half of the student body is male. Mr. ZwiefeL will be a sophomore at Morningside next year. LIGHTNING A lightning Dolt split the roof of a large barn on the Louis Hurt farm near Toledo recently. The electrical bolt struck the center of the, roof, went down through me barn -and put the south sidt There was no fire. 19 From County To State Girls 4-H Convention Ninteen 4-H'ers and two leaders will represent Kossuth ddtm- ty at the 32nd Annual State 'Girts' 4^H Convention June 6-9 dtf trie Iowa State University carriptjs '4t Ames, according to Ayis.Lettow, county extensi6n home£ ec6no-< mist. - . • The new county president Will attend a pre-conventibn ; workshop and then will join the other delegates for the convention. Those attending as delegates from tneir clubs are Marie Diets, Bancroft Busy Bees; Jan Ruste- mier, Bancroft , Homernakers^ Barbara Lainpe, Blue & White; Kathleen Kden, Buffalo Boosters; Cheryl Lovstad, Burt Blue Birds; Carolyn Rochleau, Cresco Chums; Walece Schmicidng, Eagle-Ettes; Jackie Laabs, Fenton Forwards;., Betty .Wiclcwire, Irvingtort Ideals;* Jo Ann McCleish, Lone Rock Lively Rockets; Coletta Streit,- Lolts Creek Lassies; Joan Ward, Plum Creek Elite; Catherine Trunkhill, Portland Pennies; Ruth Ann Klein, Riverdale Rust- lers t; Lois Erpelding, Riverdale Rustlers II; Marda Angle, Union Alethean; Mavis NygaArd, Wes- iey Wizards: and Joan Wilhelmi, Greenwood Girls. They will be accompanied fay Mrs. Edward Aren'd, Irvingtpn, Mrs. John Vosd, Jr., LuVerfie and Miss Lettow. Nearly 1,700 4-H girls and Thursday thru Saturday, "The Apartment", 9:45; "Elmer Gantry", 7:00. Saturday matinee at 1:30. 'Forever Darling". Pius 6 color cartoons. Sunday, "Pepe",. 2:15-5:458:55; Monday 2:00 and 8:00. Tuesday-Wednesday, "Sins Ol Rachel Cade"/ 1:45 and 7:00-9:20 'Pepe" starting at the Algonq theatre Sunday. Shirley Jones sings Ihe title song of "Peps" to intemalionl favorite Crniinflas in this scene from Ihe new Geo. Sidney Production, a Col. release. Dan Dailey is co-starred wiih Miss Jones in support of; Cantinflas. "Pepe," in CinemaScope and Eastman color, has somsl 35 guest stars. / LUMBER OBMPANY SEXTON — "ALCJONA — OTTOSEN W***'H-****+*W-W-H~M^^ H leaders will 'attend trie tlon, Which hkS fof It's "Make 'dlUsifemhi^ Y6Ur They will hear a report froftj the National i«tt Gonference;,,'elect their state officer's frond the eight candidates. Dr. Robert Ray. dean of tKe division- 61 special selves, State University 6f Iowa, Towa City, Cr. Charlyc6 King, prbfds- j. '.. .^ --.~.~ .,'.-. ^—^ /. | , i • ——*• PRIVATE EYE THE^BEST OF TVand MOVIE' thru SATURDAY en our Giant Wide Screen Thrilling Features Gome Early-Slay Late s®m&m* sor of home eooBdffiies at Okla-, SMAtL P4R*0 CABINETS for home, VniV»ky ( ' aria M«.' Hef- hoW* «• office. Upper Des bet Xt'tliur, Attius, .will speak t Mfoines -**Ai £ > «SXj SHOWN AT 7:45 P.M. Only the hot sun was witness to their shameless sin! rs0 they thought* .••» 20.—,— '.* RAYMOND MARTHA '10AN KENSCOn-BREIIHALSEY MM^UKBll-UUOIt HIT No. 2 SHOWN AT 9:40 P.M. The 3 exciting stars of "WRITTEN ON THE WIND!" titimwt' ...the book they said could never be filmed! §ONM^eT^RNlSHElb,:;; •*'" J -^- : ' '"-'™ ;^^NIGELS R08ERIMIDDIHON ICIMKMASCOPEI HIT NO. 3 -A-*' SHOWN AT 11:15 p.m. taC^tof. !,*.«*,', MdllfTfni^Ut 7T ^^ '• * TMURS. Thru SAT. ACADEMY ~*7/te Apartment Best SupporHnq tuhaS Best Direction... fyr'The Apartmrt* • and 4 MORE AWARDS! Movie-wise ... or Otherwise 1 . . .yowe Never 1 seen anyHiim} finite JACK LEMMON Shirley MacLaine Fred MacMurray BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR AMfHMENT "BESTACTOR OF THE YEAR!" ouf BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS SHIRtlX JONES SHOWS AT 7:00 P.M. ONLY SPECIAL MATI>fEE SATURDAY at 1:30 Lucille BALL-DesiARNAZ-lames MASON PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS -SUNDAY AND MONDAY - OMB OF THE JILL-TIME THURSDAY 18,,. ^mBUCKNITl! 1 v^-' Iff "^i/S^ Ye* Z'f • • . YUUiiCaii AND Ml ITS OCCUPANTS wjit. ti£ * a Mitre a fan DIME BUCK i * iiaiiHH ra van) AT 7 - CONTINOUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 P.M. DC KXUTIM OF 'MOM nt to«u> n M MTS- GUEST STABS in tdc b(g wondcAH stoftti MATINEE MONDAY AT 1:30 EVE. ONE SHOW STARTING AT 7:30 AT 8:«Q WHICH JMLEMHON KJMNQVAX|ANDR£PH£yiN DEBBIE TOLDS DONNA REED EDWAJiDG, ROBINSON ADMISSION Adult* 90« Juntgrs 75e Kiddies 25c WEa - MATINEES DAII.V AT 1:30 f * ra FINCH WERMQORE .

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