(to.) Upper Bet MbtnM Thursday, June 8, 1 • ,PfiftPEC¥ ' tendance. . ' .,._. ' Barbara Sttanb&cher, settlor atf SCRIPtO MARKING PENCILS, Alklns high school recently com- lishing, Co., p-hone CY 4-3535, pleted 13 years of perfect at-1 Pub. Co.. Algona. Tt-iURS. thru SAT. ALGONA , MATINEES DAILY ATI'.30 The happy, true, and wonderfully uplifting story of \ the beautiful giri. who left her convent to give her love to a mto-&id her fiotogs to the world... RUTH LEUWERIK • HANS HOLT> MARIA HOLST • JOSEF MEINRAO PLUS COLOR CARTOON SUN, thru WED. CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 P.M ;..tpld with passion, filmed with daring! The story of a man called Cimarron, and of Sabra, who .loved him recklessly-daring '**•- - //, v it METRO- QOLOWYN -MAYER prtitnli EDNA FERBER'S IN CINEMASCOPE AND METRo£0/(//( • starrinj niRWftOUIlllll'RNIOHAILK'l • MEMS UK • 9-:toi»i W KWH • m m • CHHltS l«ft PLUS COLOR CARTOON — MATINEES DAILY — 1:30 ADMISSION — ADULTS 90c JUNIORS 75c KIDDIES 25c Writes Fenton Friends From India School Fenton — Dr. Surender Singh recently wrote from India to.Feh- ton friends that th& churdh, school' and road in his native village are nearing completion. Me also reported that'the setiioJ bishop of India has appointed him (Singh) manager (president) of two junior colleges- He addef that the bishop "can riot gay more than $75 per month, bu'- Virginla and I are very happy about it. Please pray for me. Singh is director of a high school for boys. Singh returned to India a yeai aL'u cuici- spending «w»"y Sax jtui-s 1 «i conege' "i uie, umteu otai.es. ne earned a uaeneior. ut-Kiee ac Macaiesier college in ou ruuij a master's degree and a doctor's degree in puohc administration ut tue umvwa.ia 01 Minnesota. Mrs. Singh earned a masters degree in Xennesee and for:two years served as a resource teacher in St. Paul schools. They have two small daughters and are ex pectmg a tmrd child. While Singh and his wife wer.c here they saved and solicited money to build the cmtrcn anc school when they returned to India. Singh says next time lit comes to the. "States", he will learn more about agriculture to held his people. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollingei and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hante'l- man attended the funeral of C, C. Gushing at Fairmont, Minnesota, on Tuesday. Mr. Gushing is Mrs. Bellinger's grandfather. Visitors in the Martin Hantelman home late Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Weber Mr. and Mrs. John Weber, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Weber and family and Marvin Holland all from Wells, Minnesota. They were returning home from a family re union near Cylinder. Sunday Mr. and Mis.- Burnei; Heine and family, Mr. and Mrs Merle Voigt and family, Mr. am. Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman and Mrs. Kenneth Krause had a pic nic at Iowa Lake in honor of Robin Heine's third birthday Monday 'afternoon .Mrs. Heinr entertained Robin's friends and their mothers at a birthday party. Helping Miss Heine celebrata were Mrs. Donald Priebe and Kenneth, Mrs. Franklin Mueller and Timmy, Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, Mrs. Stanley Berkland, Mrs. Kenneth Krause Mrs. Merle - Voigt'^'and Vancf9 Voigt, Mrs. Norman "Bellinger and Debbie, and Mrs. Chuck Lensins. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Carrie Voigt were Mr. and 'Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, and Trudy, Mrs. Oiga Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Adrain and Mr. and Mrs, Gera')d Schmidt 'and family oi Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifar. and Barbara of Toledo were I weekend guests at the E. K I Johnson home. Mrs. Mildred Bloomquist of Fort Dodge was a weekend, visitor in the Marion Stucki home. Mr. and Mrs. LaDell Olsen arc the parents of an eight pounc? five ounce boy born Memoria Day, He has been named Jade Ladell. Mrs. Helena Jentz is the maternal grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson visited with their daughter, Barbara, in Minneapolis on Sunday. i-'^V .''*'',',' -.1 ^ V. ^^v*^-&S^ ' , . ..YA&, 'VA..I ., :,' i; ,^.CiV v >'C!ma;ron" St«rfj Wf ^d«y ( af tit rt^THttft : - »> *L1 -Jafeliii v . ^£-MidL&gft^JW^ t, tfour Russell business men Recently became 1 -gfaJIdfathefls for 5 Jhe ififrt ? ,tiftie' when & daughter ncieV fiMne first 4ime Bankers Ass'n, Survey, mate batiks Will use ftewsftepefS fbt .their--advertising ttian any,other meciium-iri. tocV.mbtt! than will use TV, radio, and magazine com- Maria Schall (center) susjsfefcis' s'dkeihing more than & casual acquaint lance between her- husband; Glenn Ford, .and Arfne Barter,- when the latter visits him "on a:budaess errand. The scene is front "Clm- arron" Metro'Goldwyri-Maye*'?.spectacular film version 6f Edna Ferber's novel of the great land *ush of 1889 and the opening of the Oklahoma Territory. The picture was filmed in CmemaSeope and color, partly on vast locations'iil'Arizona, with a cast of 368 speaking roles. > , SUN, THRU WED. ' Mrs. Helena Jenlz spent.'tht weekend .visiting with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mis. Ladell Olson iii Minneapolis. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ken Long of Laurens, were Thursday evening supper guests in the N. P. Nenv itz home. Guests for Sunday dinner in the Delbert Geitzenauer home in honor of Judy's confirmation were Mrs. Kent Babcock, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ginerich and family, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Art Geitzenauer and girls, Lincoln, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kitner and family, Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Ed .'George and Mardelb of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Loss and Larry of Ai- gona, Mr. and 'Mrs, John Geitzenauer, Milton Geitzenauer, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnested of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs, Laurence Geitzenauer ' and family of_ Lone Rock were evening visitors.-y'. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister were recent guests in the Fredrich' Marsh home.at'New Proi- dence and also drove to Oskaloosa to visit the George Sher mans. "•. . . Honor Seneca Youth After Confirmation Seneca — Mr, and Mrs. John Struecker entertained Friday evening and Sunday :honoriiig their son, Timothy; who was a member of the confirmation class at St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton with .the Rev. W. H. Friedrichr, officiating. Friday evening guests incluq- ed Mr. and Mrs. Lauitence Johannesen, Mr. and^Mrs. Calvin. Vaudt, and family, and Mr. ana Mrs. Lloyd Nelson, and son. • Sunday guests for dinner fol;, lowing the confirmation rite? were the great, grandmothers. Mrs. Anna Wehrspan and • Krs. Clara Vaudt, both of Whfttemore, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt 01 Whittemore also Miss Ann Vaudt of Mankato, Mr. 'and Mrs/ Victor Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Langerman and fam' ily of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Behnke of Sac City, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berkness of Armstrong. Farewell For Pastor The Blakjer Lutheran church UYS! congregation held a farewell for their pastor and family, the Rev. David Vigens, Sunday evening at the church; The program consisted of group singing, after which Mel- Vin Bratrud gave devotions. Mrs. Otto Wilberg and Mrs. Linus Jensen presented a vocal duet. Henry Looft, president of the congregation, presented the •• .Vigens with a purse as a farewell gift. Refreshments were served from a tea table with Mrs. Martin Wilberg pouring. The Vigens will be moving to Fergus Falls, Minn., June 1. 'Mr', and Mrs. Oscar Patterson, went to St. Joseph, Mo., to attend graduation exercises for their grandson, Billy Gilchrist. Raymond Wilberg, who Attends college in Arizona* is spending a couple of weeks with his parents, the M'artin Wilbergs, 'and then plans to attend the summer session at the close of which he will be graduated. Portland Twp. .ended the funeral of Ralph Ites ast Monday at Buffalo Center. The Portland Progress Club will meet June 15 in the home of Mrs.' Lloyd Bartlett. Mrs. H S. Montgomery of Algona will jive a demonstration. Thursday thru Saturday "The Trapp Family" -1:47-7:15-9:20. "Cimarron", Sunday, 1:30-.4:006:45-9:25; Monday thru Wednesday, 1:45-7:00-9:30. 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