The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1962
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8-Atgena (la.) Upper Oe« Mdtnea fueittay, March «, Mrs. Cecil McGinnls is hostess to her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday). , , Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bishop spent the weekend .with : relatives at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. , Burton Hnrnics left Friday on a vacation trip to the southern states. Circle A of the JPresbylcrlart church will have a bake sale Mar. 10, from 9 to 12, at the FareWay store. , • :',"•-•"' '' ' ^_o_. . . ' Couples Club of the Methodist church will meet Mai*. 18 instead of the regular meeting night the second Sunday of March. Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church will meet Mar. 13. Hostesses are Mrs. Myron Brower, Mrs. Keith Christie and Mrs. Robert Pingel. The annual St. Patrick's day festival and smorgasbord of the Catholic Daughters of America will be held Mar. 18 at the Academy hall. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckcy brought their infant son, James Stanley, home from St. Ann hospital Friday. He had been there since birth to gain weight and is doing nicely. Barbara Kuchchrcuther was hostess to a group of high school girls Saturday evening at a slumber party in observance of her sixteenth birthday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuchenreu- ther. , . Ronald Peck entered Holy ily hospital at Estherville last week for treatment 6f strep throat and pneumonia. He has been very ill but is now somewhat improved. Mr. artrt Mrs. Dick Meyer had as their guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Meyer and Colleen of Elmore, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop and Marilyn of Buffalo Center. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Beanie Cooper were at Pocahontas Monday attending funeral services for his grandmother. She was 93 and up until very recently had, been active as. a priest's housekeeper. Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were William Alfred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Berte, Kenneth James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolf, and Anita Marie, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. Darryl Simmons. High school young people of the Methodist church will begin a series of lenten breakfasts Mar. 7. Hostesses will be Mrs. Don Cook, Mrs. LeRoy Lau and Mrs. Ralph Strayer and lesson leader will be Mrs. Duane Dewel. S/Sgt. Gordon Wegener is expected to arrive home from Anchorage, Alaska, for the golden wedding anniversary of his parents, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener. Mrs. Wegener and the children will remain at Anchorage. Dr. Harrison G. Dawes of Spencer, who was to have been guest speaker at the Methodist church Sunday, was unable to be here because of the snow storm. Milton Norton was speaker in his absence. ALGONA Sat. mat, 1:30 only Special Show For Entire Family! A HEART WARMING SHOW ... PACKED FULL OF ACTION!! ."MY PAL WOLF" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS - KIDDIES ONLY 25c TONITE (Wed.) "THE DEVIL STRIKES AT NIGHT" THUR. Thru SAT. ALGONA Mr. and Mrs. Benji Meyer of Monticello spent the weekend here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer. Benji was to have preached at the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock Sunday, but services were cancelled because of the storm. He will be full-time pastor of the Lone Rock church following his ordination in June. Grade Operetta SetAtLakota Donald Bulfer, vocal music instructor, announces that the grade operetta has been selected. The operetta is "Adventures of Pinno- chio" and participating will be students from the kindergarten through 6th grades. The operetta will be presented April 3. Reading Contest The Lakota library will celebrate National Library week April 8-14. A reading contest will be held. Parents are urged to go with their children to the library and help them choose books to read. Posters will be displayed at a later date. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13-14 a* The Algonci Theatre - "BY LOVE POSSESSED" Church Activities The Presbyterian church will hold several special events this week. On Wednesday, Mid-Week Lenten services will begin at 7.30 p.m. Thursday night a "family night" for the entire church will be held. The evening will open with a pot luck supper at 6:30. Friday the World Day of Prayer service will be held at 2 p.m. All ladies of the community are cordially invited to this service. Mrs. Ronald Heetland and Mrs. Elmer Paulsen are in charge of the service. Lakota Luckies The Lakota Luckies 4-H met at the home of Marsha Smith Mar. 3. Carolyn Ley, Patty Lewis and Kathy Christ gave talks and Gloria Heyes gave a demonstration. Linda Hoeppner gave the picture study. Guests were Mrs. Walter Christ and Mrs. Countryman. The Lakota Luckies committee for Algona Day met Feb. 22. Lnna Turner and Efrcm Zimbalfst, Jr., appear here in one of the love scenes which are said to rival the cinematic sizzle of Garbo and-Xlilbert, Gable and Harlow. They are tehrned in "By Love Possessed," drama opening, in color Tuesday at the Algona Theatre, through United Artists release. . • : , • . ••".' '.'• KIRK DOUGLAS E. G. MARSHALL - CHRISTINE KAUFHANN IN BECAUSE This film Is Bold and Ruthless in its honesty .... BECAUSE it pulls no Punches . . . Leaves no Sugar-Coating. NO ONE UNDER 16 years WILL BE ADMITTED PLUS SPORTS REVIEW OF 1961 AND COLOR CARTOON SEE IT FROM THE BEGINNING THURS. AND FRI. AT 7=25 - 9:35 - SAT. AT 10:00 ONLY SATURDAY NIGHT AT 8:00 P.M. - NO EXTRA CHARGE Boy, am I happy. As manager of the Algona Theatre it gives me a real pleasure to tell you that we are going to Snec& preview an A-l NEW picture Saturday night. It is filled with Laughs, Action and Sus- We can't tell you the Title ... But Here's The cast is headed by five outstanding male The "Clan's" Gone Crazy I Believe me you'll pense . at tip . stars . Love it. See the Smash NEW HIT at 8:00 P. M. Plus "Shocker" at 10 P. M. The American Legion and Auxiliary will have a joint meeting Monday, Mar. 12, in observance of the Legion's birthday. The two groups will have seperate business meetings with a joint party following the meetings. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Rippentrop moved Wednesday from a farm northeast of Buffalo Center to a house in Lakota owned by Albert Bosma Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Furst were Monday, visitors at the John Feldick and Joe Jurgens homes in Buffalo Center. Mrs. Furst also visited Mrs. Gail Olthoff in the lospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook have received word of the death of a cousin of Mr. Cook's Alva Roberts of Sheridan, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts visited here last fall. Mr. Roberts died of complications of the flu. Mrs. J. E. Ukena entered the Buffalo Center hospital last Tuesday. Mrs. Gail Olthoff has been a patient at the'Buffalo Center hospital following surgery. She is tiome at the time of this writing. Wilson Brack and Burdette j Hoeppner went to Storm Lake last Friday where they attended the Parsons—Buena Vista basketball game, Nine people from the Presbyterian church attended a meeting on the Mission of the church at Goldfield Tuesday morning. Those attending included Rev. and Mrs. Kruse, Lena Gutknccht, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Mrs. C. C. Gerzema, Vernon Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. W. E. Ley. Westminster Fellowship of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a pizza party Sunday evening. The evening began with several games led by Rev. Kruse and Linda Hoeppner. The supper was then served with Mrs. Kruse, Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Cook as hostesses. Lutheran church women met Sunday after services. Gena Hanson was elected stewardship chairman to fill out the term for thus year. Projects for the coming year were discussed and adopted. Mrs. Paul Christ entertained at an after school birthday party for Elaine's 10th birthday. The girls enjoyed playing games after which she opened her presents and a birthday lunch was served. Girls present were Faye Dorenbush, Becky Berg, Arliss Wirtjes, Kathy Kruse, Becky Beemer, Sandra Boehm and Madonna Jensen. Elaine Christ spent the weekend with Faye Dorenbush for Faye's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kilmer Hanson were Sunday guests at the Joe Murray home at Bancroft to help their granddaughter Colleen celebrate her 4th birthday. Two Portland Couples Feted, Anniversaries 'Portland.— Mr. and Mrs. C.i'W. Heerdt celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 125, at the Legion hall in Burt. •; Mrs. Muriel Ackerman baked the cake, Mrs. Eugene Heerdt poured and Mrs. Frank Flaig" and Mrs! Earl Ackerman cut the cake. Mrs. W. J. Stewart was in charge of the program: Francis McDonald and Jerald Hilton sang two numbers, accompanied by Erna Baars, Jo Ann Ackerman played a piano solo, a reading was given by Dennis Heerdt. Linda Ackerman had charge of the guest book. Nancy Ackerman, Roberta Ackerman, Linda Ackerman and Jo Ann Ackerman were waitresses: The celebration was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heerdt and Dennis, Mrs. Frank Flaig. Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Mrs. Earl Ackerman, Mrs. Gertrude Acker- mrifl,' Mrs. Muriel Ackerman, Mrs: Elmer Bunkofske, • Mrs. Roger Jensen and Mrs. Dean Jergensen. Fitch Observance Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch celebrated their 25th wedding anniver-N sary Sunday, Feb. 25, in the Presbyterian church in Burt. A cake was baked and decorated by Florence Reynolds of Titonkn, Mrs. Arthur Hix cut the cake and Mrs. Edward Harms poured. Korene Fitch was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Hix and Mrs. Harms prepared the program. Mrs. Lawrence Govern acted as master,of ceremonies. Mrs. Delmar Angus, Joyce Angus; Mrs. Ben Bahling and Mrs. Roy Ririgs- dorf, members of Mrs. Fitch's circle, were waitresses. ' ; The program began at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Smidt gave devotions, followed by a song by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and Mrs. Leonard Stenzel, accompanied by Ruth.Hodg- son. A mock wedding was put on by the nieces and nephews, Danny 'Danielsen acted 'as minister, Carol Ann Zimmerman was the bride, Harlan Fitch, the, groom, Georgie Hix, the bride's father, Janice Danielsen, the bride's mother, and David Hik' was .the rejected suitor. Little Douglas Harms of Titonka was ring bearer. A reading was given by Mrs. Lawrence Govern. Two songs by Korene and Judy Fitch, each playing an accordion, a clarinet solo by Sydelle Harms, ending with an-, other song by Mrs. Mawdsley and Mrs. Stenzel. . The celebration was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harms. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Jean were Sunday dinner guests Wednesday "Devil Strikes At Night" 8:35. Thursday thru Saturday "Shocker" 7:25-9:35. Saturday "Sneak Preview" at 8:00; "Shocker" at 10:00. Saturday matinee, 6 cartoons and "My Pal Wolf "at 1:30. Sunday "Tender Is The Night" 1:30-4:10-6:55-9:35. Monday 7:00-9:40. Tuesday and Wednesday "By Love Possessed" 7:15-9:20. BEST OF ALL TAX TIME? An adding machine is a necessity. They are also an excellent gift. We have them. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. SEE RECIPES IN THE "BEST OF All DAYS" SECTION RED STAR YEAST ...... 3 for 17c Brer Rabbit Molasses 12 oz. bot. 27c REAL BUTTER 2 Ib. roll $1.33 PILLSBURY FLOUR 50 Ib. bag $3.19 NESTLE'S WITH COUPON Semi-Sweet Choc, Morsels Ig. pkg, 39c Butterscotch Morsels 6 oz, pkg* 25c FAREWAY STORES, Inc. Melvin Boy, Mgr. ta the John Von Bank home. Bode, ctel houf. *JU*rttii to* MflBeftKftte were visitors,, to the Clifford Voting hottie satufday evening,' "It we afe too busy to be klftd, theft we are too busy'/. Eastern Star- School, Corwith LuVeme' — Eastern Staf School of Instruction was held Friday afternoon, Feb. 23 at Corwith. A 6:30 banquet was served by the Ladies Aid* % Visitors from the' OES Chapters at Laurens, Williams, Renwick, Humboldt, Livermore and Algona were present. Mrs. Peggy Hauswirth was presented a gift of money from the Corwith Chapter and a musical powder bo?c from Mr. artd Mrs. Allen Blake, LUVerne, Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron. Lunch was served in the evening by the following committee: Mrs. Normah Chambers, Mrs. Val Moore, Mrs. Albert Fish, Mrs. L. A. Mullins, Mrs. Richard Marks, Mrs. William Shipman, Mrs.'Fred Marks, Mrs. Herman Wise. Pictures were'taken during the so- DOM1NOES Mrs. Alice Dunkeiberger of Cherokee who will celebrate her 99th birthday this year likes the game of dominoes as her favdrite diversion. She is the mother 6f fiv? children, eleven grandchildren, thirteen great gfandchfldfeftr«ftd rourtd, out, .flv§;ge?6fatW; 'famfly'. " ...... MIMEOGRAPH P A P EH, all slteft, eolofi - tfjbj** CM Pub. Cfl.i Algdtti. if WB^WANTf t Sun. & Mon. Only CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FlfOM 06 ALGONA Algona, towa TO. ASK US ABOUT FARM BUREAU MUTUAU'S NEW Low Rates ON THE AUTO POLICY DON STARK 218 S. MOORE ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-3351 KICKS. TOBUYI SOULS TOSELLI HOW THE RECKLESS SET LIVES MME-STMtEr STRAW INTO HARRIED HJW'5 KEJTI RIVIERA-HEIRESS WITH BUNK CHECK PROVES SHE UN SNATCH ANY HANI JENNIFER JONES JASON ROBARDL • PLUS COLOR CARTOON jDAN FONTAINE TOM EWELL GESAREDANOVA-JJLLST. JOHN-PAUL LUXAS B. ClNICiw1A£eap£ COLOR hv DE LUXE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Hie stay of a woman wbo was ByLore Possessed! 'fUMIDtfUnntim fflRfTlBURERl) Pet MoTnn, INSURANCE COMPANY ••niitiiiin Till' ' \ OF THE SILENT 1.: SERVANT It was acfuaWy a ralher simple case. was routine. Wiej« were rhe farts. • The hcwM> hod bMn heated twiftty and completely . . , wSh no lign <rf dirt. r Thetv hod been plenty of hot vrattf ha disbwaoWnQ . txdhtng and Ifw family laundry . . . aH al on* HIM, Mod* hod b««fl prepoiftd wilti no apparent lam of ceoluna.lMMt.1bwe w«« no notched pott and fam 'and tiw broiling had two unofceUn. Th«r« had been no. grmxy «nudg« left in <w hovt«. Th*r* wt hpH-tol* duer of any tod. V [be tack at mitiaaca prpvud 19 ba to tulprit'l downfall NATURAL OA5 '..— i,. J NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-2464 "Your Gas Company" iiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWiiM^^^^^^^ fflllillilillillllllM^^^^^

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