The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
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t^Afflppa flg.) Uflw Pfa MotoM Thursday, October 19, 1961 Plum Creek 4-H • r '* The 'regular, meeting of the 'Plum 'Creek 3oys 4-H club vvr.s held at the C6mmunity Room on October 4th. .The- meeting was called to ordet by President Jerry Raney. The club, discussed ways of raising mdSby for the club. InJhch was Served by thfe •hosts who were Spears'and fin- gelbarts.", — Reporter Eugene Gardner. Th6 Philadelphia • Millies are the only present-day major league team, that lias failed to win a World Series. tru SAT, ALGONA THE KID WHO CAPTURED THE SHOWN At 7:50 ONLY COMING TO THE ALGONA THEATRE BASED ON THE COMIC STRIP THAT THRILLS MILLIONS! _• 2nd FEATURE SHOWN AT 9:35 ONLY • Stuart Cloete's best-seller "its seething excitements, STUART JULIET KEJ •SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY- 1 At 1:30 ——. "DONDI" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS PLUS Chapter 2 "THE GREEN ARCHER" AND MONDAY Stuart Whitman, Dolores Hart and Bradford Dillman Will be featured in "Francis of Assisi", which will show at itie Algoria Theatre Sunday and Monday only. >,>p;; FIGHTING YOUNG " RE BEL WITH A CAUSE-DEFIED TO SHARE HIS LOVE WITH ALL THE WORLD! A PERSEUS PRODUCTION STARRING BRADFORD DILLMAN DOLORES STUART and PEDRO HART-WHITMAN-ARMENOARIZSfi PLUS COLOR CARTOON O Armstrong 47-0 Winner; Meets Swea Tomorrow \ The unbeaten Armstrong Tigers, who have now amassed 163 points in four outings and a forfeit, had no trouble at all upping their season record to 5-0 witii an easy 47-0 victory over Thompson at Armstrong in a State Line Conference game Friday night. It is probable one of the loop's top three teams will get its first defeat tomorrow (Friday) night. Armstrong will travel to Swea City for a meeting with the Trojans, who have a 14-game winning streak and perfect record this season. Other unbeaten team in the conference is Titonka, also with a 4-0 loop mark. Armstrong, with Jim Cecil, going 75 yards on the second- play of the game for touchdown number one, added a 21-yard TD by Dave Fries and a four yard TD by Larry Balmer to make it 20-0 at the end of the first period. For variety, Cecil passed to Steve Reding for a six-yard TD and Balmer scampered 31 yarfjg for another to make it 34-0 at halftime. The reserves added one touchdown to the total in each of the final two periods. Joe Haisman went three yards for one and Gary Colston skipped 19 | yards for the other. Jan Svens- sen booted five extra points. Armstrong rolled up 400 yards rushing and the Thompson crew failed to threaten As,'• Joe -Haisman, Don Carlson and Ron:Rbal- son of the interior defensive 1 line turned in a fine job; Fourth Period TD Beats Burf The Burt Bears went all;' out to get into the win column Friday night before dropping .a 147 decision. to Ventura at Burt. Burt will meet Thompson at Thompson in a State Line Conference contest tomorrow (Friday) night. Neither club has Won in five starts and both have Or3 conference records. Armstrong belted Thompson, 47-0, Friday night. Burt and Ventura battled through a scoreless first halt Friday. In the third period, Allan Munson dashed 67 yards and Ken Cole ran the extra point to give Ventura a 7-0 lead. However, Burt came back 'as Jerry Kissner zoomed 60 yards ana Terry Cook added the extra point to 1 tie the count at 7-7 at tne three-quarter mark. ; ,"' Louis Boehnke 'went eight yards on the second play of the final stanza and Cole again added the extra point to give the ••> visitors the win. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch thq Admission 90c - Children 35c Thursday thru Saturday "Dondi" 7:50. "The Fiercest Heart" 9:35. Saturday matinee at 1:30. "Francis Of Assisi" Sunday, 1 .'30-3:35-5:45-7:50-10:00. Monday 7:15-9:25. Tuesday and Wednesday "Naked Jungle" 7:45; "The Elephant Walk" U:30. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham and children went for a sightseeing tour in eastern Iowa Sunday. They went through McGregor and along the Mississippi. They visited friends of the Cunninghams at Guttenburg and at Harpers Ferry. They also visited at Spillville. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks attended the golden wedding open house at Titonka for Mi. and Mrs. George Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larson and TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ALGONA Ki&Mftf-:^:mK %&•&•'£ X---X •:#-£•;:;. CHARLTON HESTON delivers the dramatic action type of role that won him tha Oscar for "Ben Hur"l PARKER and HESTON TECHNICOLOR' SHOWN AT 9:30 ONLY ELIZABETH TAYLOR Academy Award.. /' Winner 1960 y / "Best Actress" In One Of Her Most ft ^ Exciting Roles! ELIZABETH DANA TAYLOR ANDREWS FINCH TECHNICOLOR* MDIO 5-TUBE SUPERHETERODYNE RADIO • Power Packed • Hi-Fi Speaker * Ferrite Antenna • Fully Warranted with purchase of 6 bags TERRAMYCIN j%) Fortified Crumbles] THE EASY, EFFECTIVE WAY TO TREAT AND PREVENT SHIPPING FEVER See Page 5 of Today's FARM & HOME SECTION KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY 216 W. State CY 4-4206 were Sunday visitors In hon*e« Ti ' ed ' few days. , Mr, and Mi's, Gordon tfansfen of Titonka Were Sunday visitors in the Tony. Jan'dl home. * Paul Larsen was host Wednes* day evening to the Portland Boy's 4-H. Seven members attended the meeting. , -, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers and family 1 arid Me net TrunkhillVand family Jwfer Sunday visito'rs in the Tony -Jan-* dl home. ' Mr. and Mrs.-*' Dwight • Ruse were supper 'guests In the Stan< ley Ruse home Sunday.' , A group of ; relative? and friends gathered at the Clyde Moore home Saturday 'evening to help Clyde to celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Clifford Young returned home Satilrday from a ten-day trip to Golden, Colo. where they visited their daugh- er and son-nylaw, Dr. and Mrs. *aymon Bisque and family. While there they went sight-see- ng and- spent a day in Colorado Springs. . •;•' Mrs. Edmund Larsen,. attended Rebecca circle in the home of tfrs. Edna Smith, Burt.. Mrs. Ray Fitch and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy accompanied .her. Alice Thdffips&ri" was a caller 4^ tfte JM^I 1 ^^ 1 ^ 0 " 16 Sat- Mmay/fI- \ T&f "^f/ ^j f ' ^'u *'.Mr. W« to$i 'ty«UM^f.«^ii « A lid Beffty fiflnSow -wgfl (;(|y everting vMtors 'Sen honle. r *, ( • ^Mr'ahd krl. ^irnVlne'r and pfdur dabghtew of ttuttbbldt were Stttday visitor? in the'Clifford Voung home. • ' 'Mri Edmund -Larsen atfended the U and I circle, which, met in the home of ^ Mrs. Marine 'Angus --— ' . J . . u.. .U.X. . ^.J _„-,.. . ^.1^.," FREE RADIO with purchase of 6 bogs TERRAMYCIN Fortified Crumbles •• ,* The cosy, effective way to Treat and prevent Shipping fever I ; . . 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