The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
Page 29
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Lu Verne And Corwifh-Wesley > L'uVerfte — Oh July 1 and C the Kossurth-,County All Star. Softball", team' and- their rnan elt^L'eek entered the' rW^ttdUr SbftbaU tcfllr- tj Ues MolneSi Personnel of,- We team: Mae Bellr Maass, LUVefne, Mary Will Sandy Babebok and Cindy Sil- brey of COHvith,' Patt Young- — . " wlrth and Barbara Leek of Wesley", four girls, Woden-Crystal Lake <a«d two from Ledyard' They played Roland, 7:3b p.m July, 1, but- lost 11 to 1. They BtayecLfor Semi-finals and filial- July 2. Olson Reunion' The reunion of the family o Mrs. Amelia Olson and the 1st- 'Lewis Olson was held Stinda at 'Manlcato, Minn., with 7l pres ent. Mrs., Olson has 32 gran' and 26 great-grandchildren. At tending from LuVerne were th'. Leftoy Hahselmans, Edwin Han selmans, Carl Hanselmans, Kciti Voss family, the Karen Hansel mans, Sioux City, and Davic TrflUger, Titonka. Receives Award NOW THRU SAT, MATINEES DAILY AT 1:30 C£ 2 BIG FEATURES IN COLOR! _GOUATHANDTHE )M Co JUIl FOWSt-BMteK CMW.atONOW M SAT. MAT. "GOLIATH AND THE DRAGON" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY GUNS! GUTsl GUYS! GALS if FEATURE NO. 1 SHOWN AT 8:15 WILLIAM GRACE KELUf FRE9RIC AAARCft f MICKEY _ , R0ONEY . ;••»* FEATURE NO. 2 SHOWN AT 10:15 FEMALE. CAPTIVES OF THE CHINESE BEDS'. narring SCOn BRADY Elaine Edwards FEATURE NO. 3 SHOWN AT 11:30 AMAZING TRUE ADVENTURE! FRIDAY NIGHT IS SNO-KONE NIGHT THURSDAY IS SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY ON OUR GIANT WIDE SCREEN Best SupporHnq nctr«J$- Shirley Jones Best Di«ction.../br then hit nntrbun ihtfhliij Ilkt JACK LEMMON Shirley MacLaine We « ac way ARTMENT RAY WALSTON AND EDIE ADAMS BEST ACTOR OF THE YEAR! v BURT LflNCflSTER in SINCLAIR LEWIS' l Eastman COLOR ^ JEANSlMMONS SHIRLEY JONES PATTI PAGE likrad 9n UWIEDOQAIinStS Burt Council .Okays $11,500 Town Budget The Burt town council adopted the prbposed budget at Monjay night's meeting. The figure was set at $11,500 a reduction of $700 from lasi year due to a targe balance li> ,ne sanitation fund. The council voted to spray Hit ;own for insects. A perpetual fund has been set up for tht purpose and the spraying is dom twice each summer. O. H. Graham acted as mayor pro tern in the absence of Nels Nelson, who was 111. Kprl Kiilsholm, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Skow, Mrs. Alwin Huen- acid and Kev. and Mrs. Myron Thuridoy, July 13, 1961 Alflono (to.) Upp»f t>«« Brower were among the Algotia Presbyterians at Synod and Syn- odical at Ames last week, Joseph Skow was elected district presl-< dent of the Men's Council. MA01C MARKEH9, tet la- baling boxes, package*, drawing, ttWtkihg. etc* Va*» lad colors. Upper Dei Mdines Publishing Co.. Algeria. OUR REDALUS SPESHUl POPCORN (OL' MAIDS EXTRA) OR 2 FOR 50 JLLGQNA Matinees Daily at 1:30 Cont, SUN. from 1 P.M. FUCE'LEFTOFF! Now Grace Metalious *<3lls what couldn't be told before ...about that town ...and its Rev.' J. Paul -Stevens, pastor of the. LuVerne ' Ev. United Brethren , church,' was in Ames July 6 to receive the Pastors Golden Jubilee Town and Country Achievement "Award giver) by the Synod of Iowa of the United Prestbyterian church. Mrs. John Hauck and Mrs. Fred Pooch of Liyermore also attended and received the Golden Jubilee Award given to the Bethel Presbyterian church, Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty their house guests from North Platte, Nebr., and Darlene Goet- scn -attended a picnic Sunday at Clear Lake. Others were Mrs Evaline Applegate of Corwith. the De Ray Lichty's, Mason City, the Olvin Risvolds and Richard Petersens of Clear Lake. Mrs. Max Block received news, that her brother F. W. Pech, 87, passed away Wednesday at Fairfield, Iowa. Funeral services and burial took place in Atlanta, 111., Friday. Mrs. Block was unable Lo attend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson of Muskogee, Okla., were weekend guests of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. They are spending the summer at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bormanu spent the weekend fishing or the Mississippi near Guttenburg, They visited Harlan Frankl game commissioner, cousin of Mrs. Bormann. The Dick St. Johns of Algona stayed at the Darby farm. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty have as guests since Friday her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ralph Robinson, her daughter, Mrs. Jack Freiberg, Susan, Chuck and Tommy of North Platte, Nebr. Peggy Lee Burtis concluded her vacation visiting her grandparents, the Fred Baumgartners : Friday and returned to her home in Rockford,. 111. Her cousin Connie Sanford, and their friend, Linda Rugg, returned with her to visit. Mr. and Mrs Frances Pitlick of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend visiting her mother, Mrs Wilrna Dehnert and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson of Lincoln, Nebr., were Monday overnight and Tuesday guests oj Mr. and Mrs. Max Peterson, Rit& and Diane. . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kimzey and girls of Milo were weekend guests of his sister Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Wickett family. Mr. and Mrs. William Rarnus of Des Moines visited her moth er, Mrs. John Thorn and othei relatives Sunday. Marie Kay Marty a r r i v e c home Saturday from Genoa, III. where she visited her sister, tin Eddie Link family. Guests in'the Ray Stone homt Saturday were his cousins, Mr and Mrs. Elmer Darg of Rockwell and Chester Hull of Elgin Robert Wermersen of Sioux Falls, S. P-, is visiting his moth er, Mrs. Phil C. Lichty. George Burtis of Webster City is a patient in the hospital there iulluwiug u UcuH attack July 3 He is improving. . George was born and reared in this vicinity, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Burtis. -He is a brother of Mrs...Phil p.,-(Lichty. " kuefeHfie^plst* week in 'th ; e' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer home were their grandsons, Randy, Mickey, Dennis and Douglas, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown of Sanborn. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer met Mr. and Mrs. Brown at Ernmetsburg Sunday for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hunt ana children of Kanawha were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin' Jackson. Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Langbehn of Green Mountain Sunday daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and family. Suzie Blake returned for a vacation with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Agard had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rowen and Larry of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. John Campfield and Steven of Guthrie Center. Mrs. Ray Stone, Marcia and Ronald visited Sunday in Cedar Falls with Mrs. Stone's mother. Mrs. E. A. Schroeder, and her brother, the F. W. Schroeders. A. H. Schroeder of Long Beach Calif., visiting his mother ana brother, returned with Mrs Stone to visit. Attending a family church camp over the weekend at Lake Okoboji were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolf, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marty. WSCS met Thursday evening with Mrs. Melvin Marty presiding. Devotions and lesson, Mrs. Albert Hefti and Mrs. Edwin Hefti. Guests were Mrs. Johi, Blumer and Mrs. L. B. Shelton, Mrs. Fred Merkle was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rapp and Tom of Santa Anna, Calif., vere Thursday visitors with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle. Dinner guests Sunday in tht Edwin Marty home were Mr and Mrs. Arnie Elbert and Randy of Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Ellmcr Kubly, Dale and Keith Kubly Oak Park,- Ill- Mr, and Mrs. Ewald (Wally) Wegner of Kansas City arrived Monday to visit his relatives They gre guests of his sifter, Mr and Mrs. Charles Hinz. Sandra Stripling ofDesMoincs visited over the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Strip- l\ng and family. The Ladies Aid Society held their annual pot luck picnic at the Zion Ev. Lutheran church t iirjsday., Entertainment, Mrs. rman Schiilz, Mrs. Charles nz and Mrs. Earl John. Kitchen hostesses, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. Fred Will and Mrs MYs. Leslie Calkins. Karen Hanselman of Sioux City is spending two weeks 01. vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl Hanselman and girls. Karen will be graduated July 30 from nurses school at Lutheran .hospital, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty went to .Hubbard Sunday to meet their grandchildren,' Paul Kath'y. Bruce and Steven Marty of Kalona, the children of the Rev. and Mrs. Howard Marty. Rev. and Mrs. Marty are going on a vacation east. Thursday • thru Saturday "Go liath And The Dragon", 1:30 7:00-9:50. "Gunman's Walk" 3:00-8:40. Saturday Matinee Cartoons 1:30, "Goliath And The Dragon", 2:10. Sunday, "Return of Peyton Place", 2:00-4:30-7:05-9:25. Monday thru Wednesday, 1:457:15*9:35. SUB. IBRD WED. iTBEGINStERE OM^k i-rtwupwv* i iur* \jr- RETURN EYTON #*•••-. Rased on the Novel by GRACE METALIOUS — PLUS — COLOR CARTOON ADMISSION: ADULTS — 90c JUNIORS — 75c CHILDREN — 25c DIRECTED nl SCREENPLAY BV JOSE . RONALD THEY SAID IT SHOULDN'T BE DONE! HERE IT IS! BUT FISHY DEALS from Fishing Tackle 50% off To 75% off the Wildest Trader In Town! WESTINGHOUSE ICE EJECTOR TRAYS Reg. Price $2.95 i EACH USED ELECTRIC RANGE $9.99 ONE ONLY USED REFRIGERATOR $19.99 ONLY ONE NOTIC1: We are not responsible if our underpaid clerk* attempt lo short: change customers. L.P. ALBUMS ! ~ WALL 50-75% Reg. $3.98 NOW $2.98 | ess PLAQUES WE WILL BE IN COSTOME . . . YOU BE IN ONE TOO! YOU MIGHT BE A WINNER ! We'll Hove lots more TRASH in front of our store- Come join the fun at Beecher Lane ™ — The Wilchst and OcuIeSt Trader in ToWnf

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