The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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The Eight Specs card club met with Mrs W. J. Sigsbee Wedn™- day evening. •"•"•D*"— • Harry (Sodden was admilfed fo • Mr. and Mrs. Resell Rents and family are vacationing this week at Woman's Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobsori were attest. Union Sunday attending a family reunion. — o— • i . Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie will be hostess to the Happy Birthday club Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hendriksen are the parents of a 9 pound 15 ounce son born Monday at St. Ann hospital. 4 ~~°~ Mrs. Frank Sterling entertained her Canasta club' Monday afternoon. Mrs. W. J.: Sigsbee received the high score ;prize. • ' ' — O-M '' , : .'';'.. Glenn Strayer is home from St. Mary's hosiptal at Rochester. where he was a; patient for several weeks following : a traffic acident. '';•-• ••.:'•.'•• , Gbrdon Odor, Jr., now of Dakota City, spent from Sunday to Tuesday here as a guest of John Pratt. —o— Dr, and Mrs. Lefioy Strohman have named their new son John Matthew. He was bom June 10 at St. Ann hospital. —o— Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart and family of Adel spent Sunday here with the letter's mother, Mrs. Hugh Colwell. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Irwiri Wilson, formerly of Algona and how of Cedar Rapids visited friends here over the weekend, •'' —o— ; ' Mr. and Mrs. Don Asa and four children, ;are on a camping vacation in their trailer. They planned to jgo first to Okoboji. Harlari, Bpb,;_Bill and Jean Sigsbee" and Shirley .Heimer spent several days this week fishing at Cass Lake, Minn. 'Mrs. Leora Si. John has recovered sufficiently from an injury suffered several months ago to have the cast on her back removed last week. Mrs, Casey Loss accompanied net- husband to DCS Moines Tuesday where he is attending meet* ing of the- Legislature budget committee. •- • ..-• -,\ ,;t Mr* and MrsrWilliam .Leek have named their new daughter Sharon Kay. She was born JuMe 19 at St. Ann hospital and weighed 5 pounds, 10 ounces. Rebekah lodge members had a pot luck supper Tuesday evening at the Izaak Walton hall. Mrs. Walter Kiamp, and Mrs. 'Hattie Schmidt were in charge. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Geering will have four of .their grandchildren here while their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black of,Spencer are attending a church conference. . Word was received from former Algona residents, Thelma and Elbe Van Dorsten, that their mother, Mrs. G. E. Van Dorsten, 82, of Newton fell and broke her wrist Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Donald . C. Plummer. and Larry of Des Moines. They entertained at, dinner Sunday at which Mr. and Mrs. J. N; Fleming of Whittemore were also guests. Linda Smith and Larry Plummer will be married here in August. *l*l*l* THEATRE ALGONA IOWA »••.: OUR GIANT ^ Fl REWORKS m " DISPLAY! Come Early And Brinq The ENTIRE fAMHY.... In Addition To The f (REWORKS DISPLAY,You'll See ON OUR BIG- SCREEN! Plan Now to Attend Our Early-Bird Show, TUESDAY, JULY 4thl • Fun For Everyone • Free Balloons • Free Pony Rides • Games, Races For The Kiddies • Prizes To The Winners STAGE SHOW al5:QOP,M, DIANE STEBRITZ in a Pantomine Act THE BODE BROS. (Allen & Russell) on. the Marimba MR & MRS STATTELMAN Rope Trick Artists That Laughable and Loveable EDDIE, THE CLOWN to thrill you Immediately after the Stage Show, a Drawing will be held to select the WINNER OF A $125.00 2-PIECE SECTIONAL DIVAN courtesy of BOB'S HOUSE OF BARGAINS FREE REGISTRATION NOW AT THE ALGONA THEATRE, DRIVE-IN THEATRE & BOB'S HOUSE OF BARGAINS, across from the Court" house. Np PURCHASE NECESSARY TO REGISTER. NOT NECESSARY TO BE PRESENT TO WIN. THIS ENTIRE JULY 4th PROGRAM FROM 4 P.M. UNTIL MIDNIGHT ONLY 90c Kiddies FREE! SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY - WED. Is it a bird...a rocket/.', a'plane? No, its ty LEWIS down to Earth Xin an uproarious hit! tod — '*: % <& THE BROADWAY HIT-NOW SCREEN'S CRAZIEST LARKI PLUS - 2nd Comedy Hi) in Color ZingGoTteStrings oTifcu'Heart,! ~~ II HUM n imuo *. it IUMM SIKJURA ROBINSON Mm J C/UHMYH M1HCLMA 111 Uf MM o% ta INK m FRANK CAPUA'S A HOLE™™ HEAD riMnxkcng EDDIE HODGES HAVE *He3lo&dai/ BLAST! 4 ATTEND OUR JULY 3'° D MIDNITE SHOW MPNPAY AT 11:00 P.M. COME EARLY ,STAY LATEl Mr. and Mf*. Russell Waller fatiiily spertt Sunday at Min- heapolis attending the baseball game, The trip Was birthday treat fd'fv.Jhe son, Steve who was 12 June '25. _ Mr. and Mrs; Irwin Malueg and Dianne and Jean are on a two week -vacation which will in- cludd a visit With relatives at Pipestone, Minn, and a trip to Wisconsin, : Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne O. Han/son are being visited by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bakken and Zodie and Kenricth of Los Alamitos, Calif. ;_o-* : - . ' Mrs. Jack Fraser and Mrs. Jim Milder were chairmen .of the ladies day at the Algona Country Club Tuesday. Golf, with low net on even holes, was followed by swimming, lunch and cards. United Presbyterian Women will have a medical missions tea in the Fireside 1 room of the church July 6 at 2 p.m. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky is ,in charge of the program and there will be a film. — 9 — Henry Douglas retired last week after 23 years with the Rising Elevator Co., more recently the Farmer's Service Center. He plans to go to California soon to visit his son, Wayne and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dale and son, Ricky, are visiting here at the home of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan. Dick is a featured performer with the Lawrence Welk orchestra. — o— • ' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wegener of Clinton spent from Saturday to Monday here with the former's sister, Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. They also visited Mrs. Wegener's sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Schattschneider and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pousch former teachers at Algona high school, now of Qelwein, came for the dedication of the Presbyterian church Sunday. They were houseguests of Mrs. Sarah Geigel and Mr. 'and Mrs. Don Asa. — o — Florence True and Louella Peterson of Mankato, Minn, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Kate Annis and Beth. Other recent callers at the Annis home were Mr. and Mrs. Randall Mills and three children of Miles City, Montana. — o— Mr. and Mrs.- Don Weaver and two sons of Nora Springs were here Sunday to attend the Presbyterian church dedication and visit Mrs. Weaver's parents, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Maasdam. < Rev. and Mrs. Myron Brower had as their guests over the weekend Mrs. Brewer's father John Oonk and Mr. and Mrs James Oonk of Holland, Mich.. Rev. Brower's mother, Mrs. Mary Brower and Mr. and Mrs. John Baufer of Geneva. — o — Rear Admiral and Mrs. Mell Peterson and son, Charles, of Manhasset, New York, spent several days of last week here with Mrs. Peterson's father, C. B. Murtagh. Charles was to enter the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, June 28. — o — The annual family picnic w»li be held July 4 at Algona Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens are co-chairmen of the committee with Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Egli, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Hardy,* Mr. and Mrs.. Leon Laird, Mr. and Mrs. H. W Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Berle Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zender, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassell and Dr. and Mrs. DAn Brny. A waier carnival and barbe- ,que will be held July 9 at the Algona Country. Club. Water events will begin at 3:30 and Will include life saving, canoe tipping and skin diving demonstrations as well as other events. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore are co-chairmen of the committee in charge, with Mr. and Mrs. Julian Chris- chillcs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Peer, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Pittman, Mri and Mrs. Bob Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Snodgress, New Car-Truck Sales Hit 39 New cars and trucks continued to sell at a rapid pace in the county during the past two weeks. A total of 39 new vehicles were . registered at the county treasurer's office during that period. Owners of new vehicles ure: Chevrolet'-^ Alrek or Amy Boecknolt, Tltonka; R. ,T. Strlek- ler, Algona; D. S. Kinseth, Titonka; J. A. Elbert, Algona; Maggie or Christian Brandt, Titonka; H. E. Carlson, Wesley, truck; L. D. Hamilton, Irvingtpn; Surge Sales and Serv., Algona, pickup; J. N. .Wagner, Bode; Harold B. Lemman, Bancroft; B & W Chevrolet, Fenton; Quaker Oats, Algona; Rosalia Illg, Bode; Kossulh Motor, Algona; Al or Norma Dudding, Buffalo Center. Ford — Elmer Dole, Irvington; Elmer Dole Co., Irvington (3); H. D. or Janette Mussman, Lakota; Ralph Markla, Algona; A. F. Fisher, Elmore; W. A. Klocke, Ledyard; Doris Larson, Hurt; N. W. Bell Telephone, Algona, pickup; Anna Bauer, Ottosen. Dodge — C. O. Venteicher, Algona, truck; Buscher Bros., Algona. International — A. E. Sleper, Lakota, pickup. Mercury — O. H. Thilges, Al- go'na; D. R. Clapper, Lakota. Bulck —- Elmer Hagedorn, Elmore; Henry Bailey,' Wesley. Cadillac — W. E. or Janlct Wiemer, Ledyard; W. J.' Hood, Algona. Rambler.— Gary DeBoom, Al- Ends Thurs. - "Absent Minded Professor" ALGONA FRIDAY - SATURDAY MATINEES DAILY AT 1:30 2 NEW FEATURES IN COLOR ITTEARS YOUR NERVES TO SHREDS! NEXT WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY! Out front they played with danger.. backstage they lived it everyday! (la.) Upper Des /ilolnes-SAfgona (la.) Upper Dei Moines-3 gona. Chrysler — Elinor Dole, Irvington. Plymouth — E. F. or Lulu Griffith, Algonn. 12 Dairy Herds Score Highly v Twcnty-six dairy herds were tested on regular D. H. I. A. and 27 herds on owner-sample the past month, according to Forrest Hofbauer, Swea City, north unit supervisor for the Kossuth D. H. I. A. D. H. I. A. herds averaging 1.3 Ibs. of bulterfat per cow per day or more were those of Leander Menke, Ralph Walker, Jr., Sidney Payne, Milton Madison, Herman & Gerald Soderberg, Virgil Bosma, Ralph Angle & Engstrom, Dale Schroeder, Harry Barlclt. John Ruger, Martin Harms, and Fritz Freyholtz. To Graduate School Ledyard — Patrick H. Sullivan left Sunday to attend a course in the Graduate School of Social Work nt the State University erf lown, Iowa City, Iowa. He has been employed by the Humboldt County Department of Social Welfare, Dakota City, and was selected by the Stale Department of Social Welfare to attend 'this course. FISH Charles Staley of Maquoketa recently hnd two special fish catches—a gar measuring .three feet and three inchs and a carp weighing a bit over 10 pounds. Both were caught on the Maquoketa river northeast of the city. Friday and Saturday—"White Warrior", 1:30-7:00, "The Steel Claw", 3:00-8:35. Sunday and Tuesday—"The Alamo", 2:00-5:20-8:40. Monday—1:45 and 8:00, Wednesday-T h u r s d a y, "The Big Show", 1:45-7:15-9:25. SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY GALA HOLIDAY SHOW! FIRST SHOWING IN ALGONA! If TOOK YEARS TO MAKE...IT COST'12,000,000 ,1T WILL BE REMEMBERED FOREVER! YOU'LL REMEMBER TTie Vast Armiw Av^lanch- ing Across Mountain And Plain! YOU'LL REMEMBER The Awesome Siege Of The Cannon! YOU'LL REMEMBER The Stand 0f The 185 Men Against 7,000! YOU'LL REMEMBER Davy Crockett Standing On The Ramparts! YOU'LL REMEMBER Th« Daring Raid Into The Heart. 01 The Enemy Camp! THE MO JOHN WMHE/RICHARD WIDMARK/UURENCE HARVEY 3ft PATRICK WAYNE/IJNOACRISTAt -«.-v. .„,,_ HWAION jQANOwp/CHmwiusAffl IICHilD BOQNE Adults 90e Juniors 75c Kiddie; 35* CONTINUOUS SUN.-TUES. FROM 1:30 MONDAY MAT. AT 1:30 — EVi. ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY AT 7:30 THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY ON OUR GIANT WIDE SCREEN HIT NO. 1 SHOWN AT 8:20 P.M. BING goes back to college with the crew-cuts and co-eds and his higher education is an entertainment sensation! COLOR HIT NO. 2 SHOWN AT 10:15 P.M. ^fedmieotor* ^JACKOAKIE/KAYMEDFORO/DONRICKLES/^wus.,* HIT NO. 3 SHOWN AT 11:55 P.M. The kid from the hills and the barefoot | blonde" AUDIE MURPHY JOANNE DRU GILBERT ROUND i- ..-,v SANDRA DEE • ' ' s /'•''•' lv- JWBACKUS EVERY THURSDAY IS ,, COME EARLY — STAY LATE BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7 — CLOSES AT 12 MIDNIGHT V (

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