The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1961
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New ISU Dean iJiJV.L. HinrfchseH, mem- er of the Iowa State University './staff since 1929, will become act- ing dean of the college 'of sciences and humanities. Tne\new "acting .dean became head of the mathematics depart-' Merit m 1964-and was 1 appointed associate dean of the college of science and humanities last December Mrs. Hinrlchseri Is the former •Margaret' 'Looft, Wesley, and daughter of Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Algona, A 1925 graduate of Iowa 'State, he hold masters and Ph.D., THURSDAY-FRIDAY- -SAtOROAY- ON OUR GIANT WIDE SCREEN Red As A Biq Texas !Mon...OaffbrV\ -eDONALD CARE/A ESTHER WILLIAM SAUy fOIWEST -V-KBENAH WYW« PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY LATE BONUS SHOW . . . STARTS AT 11:30 COME EARLY! STAY LATE! •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• -Howling For All The Flesh And Blood On Earth I •wawi THOMPSON-SMITH msm EVERY THURSDAY IS "FAMILY NIGHT" The Whole > 41 rf^<SSral£ "N* e 'Biqqesf En-herhafuwie^ Carload for— • ? iBb ^C^^ Baraain m-Hie Couniq 1 . Mrs, W. J. SlgSbee her canasta club noon. Mrs W. J. Klamp was nbsffcss to her sewing club Tuesday ^ at ternoon. ' ••• '• - 4 ,. Mrs John Duiion was to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. • Mf and Mrs Dawell Sleveii ate parents of a six pound, 12-,6uttce daughter born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. ,' ' : Mr and Mis Ftank Vdra, and Mrs W. J. t Sigsbee> spe'nt Sunday a't 1 Mason City with former Al- gonaris, Mr and Mrs Marion'-Burbank. ' ' "\ _, Mr and Mrs Charles. Livingston, former Algonans, arrived here Sunday from their home ait Phoe- 'nix, Ariz, for a visit of several weeks. L ,' Mr and Mrs Don Cook of Iowa City are the parents of a soh. ; born Sunday. They also have a daughter. The grandmother, Mrs. Ray Cook, is spending a few days with '.hem. , • , "•'•• !v Richard Sherman, well-kno'vnr writer, and Harlan. Milled, Des Moines Register columnist, spent Mondayi here. Mr. gherman, is the son of 'the late Mr and Mrs Tom Sherman and Algona .is his horije town. ; .' ., .'•'-...'• i , ; • Funeral services for 'Gilbert- Porter, faither ,of Mrs Dean, Pat- Ttn. were held. Wednesday ; a't Mystic. Mr Porter died Monday after a long illness. Mfs..Parrott has been at Mystic for the.past ten days. ' • .. '.'' Mr and Mrs Esiel Reniz <ate leaving today (Thursday) for their home at Crystal River, Fla. aiter a visit of several weeks with their son, Russ land family here and at Bunt where they formerly lived. They all spent Sunday with Mr amd Mrs Melvin Loen at Wells, Minn. Mr and Mrs Clarence Phillips came from Des Moines for the funeral of Mrs Eugene Schemel Monday. Mr Phillips was former,- ly secretary of the Chamber of Commerce here. Mrs John. Phillips and two children, also of Des Moines, visited her faither, J. J,. Wadleigh" here. Mrs W. M. Geering entered SI. Ann hospital Saturday for treatment for divergiculitis. She is coming along nicely and it is thought she would be dismissed soon. The son-in-law and: daUghr tBr, Rev. and Mrs Evereitt Black of Spencer came from Colorado Springs, Colo, where they • haq been vacationing. r» U-Go-l-Go 4-H The U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club met July 19 at the home of Kathy Bestenlehner. Plans for the, .achievement show were made. The leaders explained the fan list. Margaret Crowley, Kathy Bestenlehner, and Cindy Bradley gave demonstrations. Carol Smith gave a talk. Ann Cullejj was a visitor. Elect Directors During Ringsted Ringsi*d.~« The 50th' '• annual Ringsted-' 'Cooperative" f filevat&r meeting vtesrhdd'ftit»sda&eve« rtingy Pj*eeedin^he' meeting, ,76,0 dinners "were, Iservdd. \. ' Two ; -charteV --'fnerhbers' were present V at tthe • "meeting, Daniel Sorensein- aM'-'Mitfiui 'Henriksen, both of ffifigsted, M ^ Le&hard Duef and Earl Long ,wefe Delected to 1 the*.bdard, arid r tfehsfcrt was eMtjid'-to re* " :Arth\ir VbAttrtfflM, 'who as rhoVe"d" v to , Dolliver,' tter.b Plambeck of "WHO Des Moin'es talked. • ,'-.'" . • Larry Sorensen is• home 6n a ,19*da'y leavtf from" the navy at Chicago and is spending it at the home. bf his. parents, Mr. add Mrs. .Arnold Sbrensen of Ring- 'stect. Larry will-report to New Haven, Conn. Aug; 6/ >; , June Fihkbeinei 1 , daughter ot Mr, and Mrs, Ernest F,inkbeiner .of Grassrange, Montana 'and James JfUrczewsky of Gillette, Wyo,,,son of Ted Jurczewsky oi Ringsted, were, united'in marriage July 2 at Gillette, Wyd. ',Rev.-Robdrt M; Phenix officiat- Lotts Creek 4-H 'The Lotts Creek Leaders met at the home of Dale and David Wegener. David Peter, Marvin Pompe, Dale and David Wege ner, and Bobby and Jimmy. Ruhnke plan to demonstrate at. the county contest July 31. Marvin Pompe, David Wegener anc 1 Gerald Luedtke gave reports and Bobby Ruhnke showed the clul- how to safely use a ladder. A discussion on posture was presented by Daine Pompe and Virgean Bierstedt. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! ELIZABETH v TAYLOR ..suddenly last summer Cathy knew • she was . being used for something evil SECOND FEATURE DOUGLAS KIM NOVAK KOVACS Ae F • • rangers Whefi, We Meet Cinemascope PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS at the double ring The bridegrobffl is a. graduate 6f , Ringsted -hllh schbol-'arid is Gillette," Creek 4'H The Pium Creek Bdy^ 4-k' club met July 6 at. Center 'school. Plans fbr th6 county' fait were discussed. Talks were' given on short course and 4fH 6a'rflp and lurich was served. St. Jde Beirbeque The annual St. Jo6 Krlights 6t Columbus beef barbeque-will bo held at St. Joe, Thursday, August 31, from 6 p.m. -to ,10 p.m. will -als6 freshments and is Thursday thru Saturday "Wild Tn The Coufatty" ii48.7!l5-9:26, Sattifday matinee at 1:30 "Tar* zan The Ape Man", 6 color cartoons. ' ... Sunday "The' Ladies Man" •l:30»3:30-5:35-7:40>9:40( Monday thru Wednesday l:6S- 7:26-9:30. . THURS. THRU SATURDAY .MATINEE DA(LY 1:30 SINGS OF LOVE TO » RAFER JOHNSON- JOHN, IRELAND PLUS COLOR CARTOON COLOR by OE LUXE CINEMASCOPE SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 Kiddies 25c DENNY MILLER as the NEW Tarzan CESARE DANOVA-JOANNA BARNES ROBERT DOUGLAS 6 Color Cartoons At Ames Meeting The annual Homemakers' Leadership Conference held In Ames last week was attended by three from Kossuth County. Mrs, Robert Boleneus, Wesley; Mrs. Everett Manna, Lone Rock, members of the County Family Living Committee and Avis Let* tow, county extension home economist.- Marcia Anderson Engaged To Wed HURRY- CHRlSCHfLLES j&xyfli&Q&Q&f^^ Mr. ani Mrs, Everett E. Anderson announce the engagement and approaching marriage of -their daughter, Marcia Lee shown here, tP Biphgni A, Olsen, son of Mr, and Mrs, Arthur A. Qlsen bf Sextan. The weddmr will take place Jn October u> First Methodist church -here. Miss Anderson is a graduate of Algona high school and is a senior nursing student at Iowa Methodist Hospital in Pes . Mr. Qfeeft is ^so a grad- Algqpa Wgb.School and at the F^oneer Seed SUN. THRU WED. Matinees Daily at 1:30 Cont. SUN. from 1 P.M. everyone's miking about f»n»" Jerry aeo girl-shy handyman In a PAT STANLEY CARTOON

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