The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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AL60WA YHeATRE Baj5len. ( &eve McQuwn^nd JittiHuiloa catf off " ^l has bpMto'HtfBMt*. U fflh}**W item *The Horiey«oon-MiieWne,""rhe 1 .cbffledy '*: Si'Navy irtttbHnerrfdJioried to Wnide Who,iise an , r itt ,- a * B *J««PM<S &»«* 'he bank fcii ihe'lbcal'gamb. IftiSf fouiiflo.;ifg to'ClnehiageopQ and colbr. • ,, ; and ffo, Marian SlgsbeO Guild circle of overnliht guests, Satttf day' ian church will " " " " — ••--•> .-Mr. and TOis. Ai|5ni and Mrs.' agent Sunday at „_ Mr- and Mrs, OrrW HflbseK a|, Renwick with Mf.ifihd Jfrt-(Hd qiey,'! f r3t( X! chapie^ fof| Mi had a) party TMeSi™, aHfie hom|*of Mrl'Ral Jftms. Giicsts, were fori inactive sorority members, ' Wesleyan Servlte Gt^ilci of ihe Methodist church will meet for 'United Preabylerian WflitaeH are meeting today (Thursday") fa? a* one, o'clock > luncheon is& th& dlurcft. ;Mk|A, fh Cniwfard >£* iiL.,- > _1 i Ji^a F^_?X _}„. _•** «4v».. - .-»» * .4 * fieeehf-bapHsftil ' ras Freshman , ; .*• p . t '|bi'V . ' *;3 es' 1 *V,.. Eroding 1 ' at* Ba enroildd as < a freshhiah : il college. The son of Mr. , The fl»t meeting . Mrs. Francis L. firpelding, ht be taking; an ecclesiastical k , *• J J ,/U.iai, VlfUlVl* VY1JJ. J.liC.Clp ALU fu. ». Pi r I at, f {far i$urc» Iftotiday, > ^1 ^&!.i std ,<F -r-.J& ^ P t!i25/JR^. Newton kf es f u 4> "W" 1 CotgHenpur win give the pro-'*" ' uii " tl "" Ju - gr'am. sl ) ' ' * ' '• to* th ftifeeti^fMl iMow cmb officers will be ' ^benny Waller, sort of >Mr. and -Ruse -Waller''Of Algorta, Mrs. Ernie Godfredson was h'ostess to her sewing club Tuesday. .Mrs, Beecher Lane will be hos . tfess to the Eight Specs .card club th'is evening (Thursdayl. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Don Prieskorn ' and Mark spent the weekend in in Des Moines with relatives. . Mr, and Mrs. AI Buchanan are leaving this week for ^Wisconsin to 'attend 1 an abstractors meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith went to Des Moines Thursday to attend a performance of "My Fajr Lady". Mr. and Mrs. Wes Barllell spenl from Sunday to Tuesday at Spirit Lake attending'a district meet- iflg'.oT.the Kiwanis, club. , Mary Bradley, daughter of Mr. . arid; 1 Mrs.' Joe Bradley, has left for Omaha to begin-her freshman year' at Duchesne College. . Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne took-their son, Bill, to Minneapolis Jast week to take a plane for Hanover, Ne\y Hampshire, .where hte 'is • a. freshman at Dartmouth Cplfe'ge. —°— Mrs. Helen Passmore and Mrs. Adrian 'Sterling spent the weekend at Iowa City wttere they took David-Passmore,to begin his s6phomore year ,at the University; . ; • ',. : - . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Loss, former Algerians nq\v of Bremerton, Wash.; are expected 'to ' arrive Friday for a visit with relatives here. They will be houseguests 01 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss. and Mrs. Howard Plait spent the weekend at Iowa City . where they took their son, John, .to enter the University. Mrs, Eugene Schatischneider was • dismissed Sunday from St. Ann hospital where she had been a medical patient for a week. Wort front Bora Pervane, Turkish % exchange student here/ last year, has been received-by his ^Igorta hosts, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Bora 'was taking entrance examinations to enter Middle, East International Technical University at Ankui-a, Turkey for the'Study of architecture. R ' 'S * * if^i "i .'The anfluil- dik«lf f ' St. Cecelia's parish ' will fa eld 'Sept, 24 at the "Aca'deftf All, Serving of the baked ham Inner will start at 4 p.m: 'Pro- Sods go toward expenses of the rade and high school. 1 , ^Mrs. Rbseoe ' Mawdaley^ JM. Q-. Bonrnej-'^roft Richi: , aftd .Rev." James -Bo^d.iWejn. td Nashua- today (Thursday) to-rep^ resent the local Congregational church at the north central dis- tridt:" meeting r of. Congregptibnal- Christian churches. '! ' St.' Ann ; Hospital > Auxiliary will have its annual fall meeting, a 1:15 luncheon Sept. 26. at Al- gonaj Country Club. Leo Cassell, •lieutenant colonel in, reserve, will be .guest speaker. Bridge and'500 will be played. The meeting" is'open to members and prospective members, reservations should be made Saturday ,with ^Mrs. J. F. 1 Milder or ! 'Mrs. 'Gordon Winkel. DuesJ' may be paid at the luncheon of mailed to,Mrs. Ed Adams. Thursday thru Saturday "David And Goliath" 7:00-10:00; "Days Of. Thrills and Laughter" 8:45. Matinee Saturday at 1:30. Sunday "The Honeymoon Machine" 1:45-3:45-5.45-7:50-9:50. Monday thru Wednesday 7:35- fl:35. THURS, Thru SAT. ALGONA ' TRIUMPHANT ORSON WELLES«KINCSAUL, M FROM THE 6REATEST BOOK . OF All TIME! MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1:30 P.M. -•'.«• EtEONORA ROSSI DRAGO • IVO PAVER -GIUtlA RUBINI , PIERRE CRESSOY'EOWARD HILTON -KRONOSw MASSIMO SERA1Q PLUS 2nd HILARIOUS FEATURE The Biggest Laughs,.. The Finest Thrills... MKiunuiiuu.tiuuEcunii suiumtt'tintiuin CHAUie CHASt. MACK KNIinT IATTT AttUCHC • MABU NOIIIUM swit mum . BWIS nuion M0«rr (ADM . WAMEI OUKO nmiouw Al SI. MM) . CAMO M Nowlfl «M SUN. Thru WED, ALGONA IT'S "LAUGH WEEK" IN ALGONA! CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 M0tro Goldwyn Mayer, * ^AnAvon Production o o o LJLA2; IX/gjQ 1T'SINFALUBLE,,,IT'S FUNNY...IT RUNS ON LOVE! JIM HulN JACK JACK WQN-MUU* "LIFE LINE TQ HONQ KONO" fllltOtl AJiJjrctAi id i Jervln HentgeS.^flbor,.. Wilbur Bruner. labor, J., lafvey Peglow.'Ja' ' 'Ohn Wqp£ JftBOlf ...A.^^, 1 249. fcti.- 182, - 1B4.L . 121.26 122.46 ._ :''1!T^3 a. : ^,63 ^r;?."*39«o see. i f.«ttj>8 :Upp, .-•..;-—i^—..^- ' 1,9 , mlsc, ii-«*«-'«*'**f-J . .'.i?. 1 ! [8 '66 SerVy gas uftvls Paint Store, ouijp,, mtoti City. Blue PHnt, «U Clarke Floor. Machine C6., l}}p* d..^id ...UJijrJu^ '§V|3 tin Co., sUpp. —,<.i.ii' V<BiS4 .. Bete do.. 1HO, ^ |^ 31i _jitcfafr,PUbr'co","i?rise""Iiri!!;r ' 8,'l2 Mrs. \V«lWde McDodgall, refund,,^ 14, Advance'PUb. C&., tub. ., Upper Des Aleslrtea . fd to posed I6wd Electric iAgm r et j^ower^wo. ; - „ ,-' Next meeting alteiWjuMet. lot Sept, J8 t .1861, at.TM oM° 6k ^?,' M ' \ ' ' t "y - * '}. iou Delta:. ,UpSff6n fraternity "' ' tax HeimefS, owa state" Ba Tax .^.^.....^i,. octal Security_ Fund, soc tax w^ the conclusion"- of men's rush at the State University of Iowa City, last, week. ?~ t . .AH«f K. Bn* President ol th Pontiac! B u i c k! Cadillac! Lark! TUESDAY-SEPT. 26th AT LEAST 12 DIFFERENT MODELS AT SHOWING] MUSIC BY- PLU S TH IS BIG ATTRACTI ON! BABE WAGNER BAND PERSON COLUMBIA RECORDING ARTIST PRESENTING OLD-TIME AND MODERN MUSIC AFTERNOON ENTERTAINMENT • _, IjOO mi, 5:00 P.M, — . ,. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT .— 6:30 TIM. 10^0 P.M, — ' f , .' , ¥¥^ -FREE COFFEE & DOKUT8! — TILL ^:30 P.M. «• 'Jjff ' : y* :^^ ^^ MOB PRIZE! No PHrchy9|"J^«sf«ii|y »T9 iiwi^«H"N*P*S"« RQS. GARAGE & SERVICE STATION 1* SQUTH PHIttlPS ST. -Ji

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