The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1961 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1961
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fla.) UppfrftM MoftlM tliimJay, November S, The Dead Walk Around During Senfral Play Lone Hock — The Sentral higi school juniors will present thci class play "Finders Creepers" Nov. 9 and 10 at 8 p.m.. When a dead man casually ambles into the guest room and crawls into bed with Hercules Nelson even the living get cold feet. Olo' Granny Nelson jitterbugs with the corpse and Claude the caretaker proposes to a sphynx-like housemaid. Billy Weisbrod and Lynn Bierstedt play the two psoudo- detectives, who bravely scream at every crisis. Judy Jollcy plays Frankie, a kid who knows whats Gon on, Clyde." Paring'David Vehhng and Ingrid Teresko as Claude and Daphne was a stroke of diabolical genius; Trudy Huskamp as Mrs. Nelson, the only logical character in the play shows her mental prowess in grand style. Francis Lieba and spcctively as A lawyer and an overly sentimental person. Ce^ lesle is portrayed by Lois Finne- slad; the corpse, Mr. Quigley, ir Ronald Behrends; Peggy Pettit is the sad Nina; Bonnie Jentz is Granny, Vernon Wilberg plays Henry who helps carry in the bodies and Mr. Nelson is played by Dennis Newel. Adult Classes < One more opportunity will be given to adults in the Sentral Community School District to indicate an interest in adult classes. There have been seven cards indicating interest in adult classes received by Mr. Keoppel. I you are interested please senc a post card or call the high school office before Nov. 10. Lively Rockeis The October meeting of the served lunch. • t Mrs. Eva fTiofnpSdft $ ^^.^ Moines visited Edward Jl Brian Geitzenauer received his afds, Lawrence Newbr^Ugfifcwjj v first communion Sunday at St. Zurikel and Mafy O&fifi^Mm Johns Catholic church in Bam Genrich attended the funerliKol croft. The Lorenz Geitzenauers Mrs. Charles Howard of*li{^i r . were Sunday guests in the C. J. more recently in the Presbyter- Stauder home in Bancroft. ian church. • -)' t Mrs, A. A. Krueger was hos- Mr. and Mrs. fid Btatteftsrd tess to the Lone Rock school and Mrs. Mary Genrich -"'•*-- ,;, „ vv i,.»v. MWJIV. Aiu\.rt n<_uuui i uiiu vriia, iviuij uuurjuil wvlCllQ- teachers in her home Tuesday, ed the Hobby Show Fflday>af. filJPRfQ nrpBOtlt Tir£i1*A ti t 1nt.n^. nn I fnt'vm?ift In *tirt At*v*%*.A t^fAifcl-fcij Rock Lively Rockets 4-H club wasAeld at the Lone Rock ^egion ail. Installation of of- icers wbs held. New members •eceived' their record books, dary Lypch gave a demonstra- ion and Patricia Binzen gave a alk. Mothers present were Mrs. >am McCliesh, Mrs. Dave Lynch, rtrs. Willard Thompson, Mrs Vayne Lynch, Mrs. Bob Lynch «Irs. A. Cherland and Mrs. Bob --„— ..v.11^*.? uinja ajiu 11». .n. K^IIU: mnu anu jvirs Joo Voigt snap and sniff re- Binzen. Eileen and Mary Lynch --»-•--—«««—--—«B»MSi YOUR SUPPORT AT THE POLLS IN ALGONA, TUESDAY, NOV. 7 WILL BE APPRECIATED. JIM WHITTEMORE CANDIDATE FOR Mayor of Algona Guests present were Florence ternoon in the Algona Yager, Mrs. Lawrence Pingel. Mr. and Mrs. Ed 1igges*and Mrs. LeRoy Brass, Mrs. Florence family were Sunday evening eaj- Behne, Mrs. Esther Hilton, Mrs. lers in the Duarie Habeger hoifie Donald Blanchard, Mrs. Jessr Mr. and Mrs'. Lloyd .Heite* 'of Blanchard, Mrs. E. A. Lee and Leaf River, 111., visited ove£ ihe Mrs. Lloyd Petticord. weekend in the Clair Bolliriger The Thursday evening circle home. ' - of the Lone Rock .Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Heiief o church met in the home of Mrs. Algona visited recently in" the Bob Marlow. The lesson was W. C. Heiter home, given by Mrs. Emma Hinz. The Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Biersted group discussed a letter which attended Parents Day at Iowa they received from their adopted State U., Ames, Saturday. Thev child from Hong Kong. attended the football game. The Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person and Bierstedt's ' daughter, Roxanne John were Tuesday evening sup- stayed in the Gertie Bartlet per guests in the Ray Westling home at Titonka. Butterba'tt, Johnson.- . •-,,. Monday^' fdur student^ members and Supfe - Ed' OMSWH attended the staje convenlbfi ;„ the student eaunoll at' Ames. At tending this,, meeting ttefe-Lari* Simon|ftiejef, 1 o.c a 1. president. Barb Bec-K, Oafleeri«'MJftd-and Sharon Johnson, •«..-». / home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Arden . Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer- of Hovey Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry — ••— **»•«. d*iui_4( Aiwvcjr i Aiuiuwviutf ivii . uiiu ivii H. riGnry were hosts for Sunday dinner in Tieman of Fenton were Sunday their home. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pehrson ot Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Clar. ence Hovey and Kathy of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon dinner guests in the 'Ffahl r Dreyer home. : Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended the 40th anniversary of the"St John's ladies aid in St. John's , . . . on 3 ehrson of Armstrong, Mr. and Lutheran church at Burt ThUrs iJIro f" 1 tt«iflr»fi CnU.-il* nn _* t-» ___ • Attended Drake University, major in political science. • Member Algona City Council four years; chairman street dept. 2 yrs.; mayor pro-tern 2 years. • Home owner in Algona; resident of Algona nine years; member Lions Club, Toastmasters, Masonic Lodge. Salesman for Vincent Clay Products Co of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Charles Scholtes of Bancroft, Mrs. Martin Swanson o Fairmont, also James Swanso and Lavonne Johnson of Alber Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Neilso: and family of West Union wer weekend guests in the parenta Emil Person home. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blanchard and family attended the lowi State-Missouri football' game a Ames. They also went to the KRNT theatre in Des Moines The Sentral high school cooks attended the Iowa Food Service; Association meeting at Fort Dodge-high school Saturday. PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlttemore, Iowa SUNDAY, NOV. 5 RAY LEWIS | Wednesday, Nov. 8 I = 6 FAT DUTCHMEN I The Thelma circle of the Presbyterian church met Thursday in the Clair Bellinger home with 14 members present. Mrs. Roy Jensen presented' the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton and infant daughter of Fort Dodge were last Sunday guests in. the Willis Cotton home. Parent-teacher conferences at Sentral high school are being held Nov. 1 and 2. D. G. Keoppel, superintehden of the Sentral school, recently,at SUNDAY, NOV. 12 DON DEANE SUNDAY, NOV. 19 ART KIRMSE No Advance Booth Reservations Door Open at 8:30 Get in on the with our , tended the Morriingside College conference for superintendents' ol schools. Last Thursday, Mr. Seoppel attended the meeting of ;he Iowa Association of School Administration held in conjunc- .ion with the State Teachers Convention in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz of Dttosen were Sunday guests in he home of Mrs. Maude Blanc'h- ird. s Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yates of Sulphur Springs, Arkansas vis- ted last Sunday in the Maude Jlanchard home. The Yates arc ormer residents of Lone Rock. Mrs. Dale Schroeder visiteq tfrs. Martha Rath, a patient in Holy Family hospital, Eathe'r- ille. Mrs. Rath suffered a light troke. : Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath 01 Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard lolst of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and family visited in the Dale Wcgene:- home Wednesday evening. They celebrated the Jerry WegeneVt 5th. birthday. - ?'•' Mrs. Junior Hurlburt visited Mrs. Martha' Rath at Esthervillc Friday. Mrs. Rath is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus of Algona were hosts honoring Gerald Angus, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus of Lone Rock. Gerald left Monday fo Omaha where he will attend the Universal Trade School. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs Claude Whitehill of Algona, Mr and Mrs. Gerald Angus and farh ily of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs Claude Whitehill Jr. and family of Clear Lake and Jerry Peter son of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Petersen o lalva arid their guests, Mr. anc Mrs. Ernie Whittman of Pueblo Colo, were Wednesday dinnei uests in the P. M. Christensoi, home near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larsen were Sunday dinner guests in he Mrs. Effie Teeter home in AI- iona. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larsen of 3urt were Sunday guests in the larvey Larsen home near Lone "Jock. EARLY TEAMS BOliUS Maxine Thilges Shower Honoree AtSt.Jo(6 Si. Joe — Maxine Thilges was honored at a pre-huptial shower £ ^« Peter « and Paul>s hal1 ir West Bend Sunday with relatlv- es and friends from here attending. ; The afternoon wfls'spent play mg cards with Mrs. Harold Friders and Mrs. Peter Reding receiving prizes/in 500,'Mrs. Nof- bert Knecht and Mrs. Frank Reding receiving prizes in 'bridge Mrs. Nick Bormann received the door prize. • . , Miss Thilges, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Felix Thilges of West Bend, will be the bride of Gerald Reding, son of Mr. and Mr.« Ralph Reding, of here. V: ' . >• Breakfast Held Knights of 'Columbus breakfast, held Sunday morning following the 10 'o'clock mass, wa> attended by. 89 members ana guests. The 7th,and 8th grade students sponsored the breakfast, with Mrs,,John, ; Bormann,, Mrs. Rente, Mw. e door . - -idtfW&l Aniia' Marie Streit was honor" at a personal shower Tuesday r« 24. in the "horiie of Mrs Robert, fiferte with Mrs. Danny fnsktfrand Mrs. Bob, Gronbach sting, 600 was- played with -.—).* Ray Berle an<fMrs. Peter Werlihg receiving prizes. Banns of ftjarriage were published in St. Joseph's 6hurch ^Sunday for Anna"'Marie, -daughter of Mrs AMa 8e«e of Livermore, and Melvln Von. Bank, son of Mr and Mrs. John Von Bank • of here. The wedding will -take place in St. Joseph's church Nov. IB.' ST,ORAG]P CABINETS, metal, a* Opper bes Moines. ASK SAM DAVIS IT PAYS TO FEED PURINA FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC, South Phillips Street Algona Phone CYpress 4-4621 FEED PURINA.., YOU CAN DEPEND ON THE CH6CK6R80AR& fcOR FRI.. OCT. 27 & SAT;, OCT. 28 OCTOBER FEST HAVE A BARREL OF FUN Surf Converted To A ' GERMAN BIERSTAB SINGING & DANCING FRIDAY NITE MIDWEST CARAVAN MIDWESTERNEH JAMBOREE — 7:30 - 8:30 SATURDAY NITE CHARLES THUSSELL AND THE AIRLINERS ADM. FR£ — $1.35 ADM. SAT. — $1.50 The earlier you trade the more BONUS you get INTERNATIONAL HARVEST!* Hurry ... be an Early Trader, and collect bonus dollars now! Come in and let us show you how big your cash bonus can be. You'll collect your Early Trader's Bonus on any purchase of new IH equipment of $500 or more ... from tractors to twine, from tillage tools to harvesting equipment. When you buy, you'll earn a shower of dollars ... you'll collect interest at the rate of 6% on your trade-in and/or down payment. And you get your bonus check at once! ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. 1417 Commercial St. Phone CY 4-3501 Fund Drive Is Now Underway At Swea City Swea City — The Swea City Community Chest drive got underway Firday, Oct. 27, with a kick-off breakfast at 8:30 am At a recent meeting of tlie board several members resigned They were A. B. Tweeten, chair- m .^. n : B' 11 Guyer, Ed Stewart Bill Boland and Geo. K. Nelson Elected1 to fill the vacancies w " re Clifford VanBerkum, Mrs. Frank Smousc. Mrs. V. E. Hazt-lhoff Lee Davidson. Bill Boland was elected as chairman and Ronald Johnson remained on the boaid Oitford Smith was retained as secretary-treasurer. Present Play The junior class of Swea City high school presented its cla* play, "Mother is a Freshman Nov. 1 in the school gym. Members of the cast were Caryl Larson, Ken Schmicking Linda Paterson, Barb Beck Nan cy Uenton, Laura Mino, Dorothy Engholm Twila Pulaver, Susan Boland, Barb Bishop, Dick Mather, Doug Cummins, Rick Olson Jerry Thompson, Bill Clark, Bill Bloomster and Jim Sykes. Eight cheerleaders of the Swea City high school attended a clin ic at Ames Oct. 21. In the after-" noon the girls attended the football game. Cheerleaders Hoine were Caryl Larsen, Barb Beck Dennise Seylar, Cheryl Kvamf- dale, Lorraine Kracht, Linda SINCE MY BABY'S DISCOVERED THE 6OOD TASTY MILK OF CONSOLIDATED HE NEVER \VAKITS, V COME HOME TO LUNCH ANYMORE. SALE NOW IN PROGRESS «j«ju. WINDSHIELD SCRAPER rlloi to ear vl»or. Ju« 3? fcrIM" •"/•"• Adjuttablu IRONING TABLE BIG 21'Gallon GARBAGE CAN /•nMIaleJ •(••Itepmelcei roping cooler and faitarl Table ad|uit« to standing r.illtfng position. Rubber lp« on Ug* won't mar /our floorl Bofg* lent color. 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