The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1962 · Page 12
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Thursday thru Saturday "X*i(>", .ftfXMOiOOj ''Sergeant iWas A Lady" 8586,, l4 -;i|i} "•'/•' i Saturday matinee at 1:30, St. Patrick's, Midnke Sho<w Saturday, "The fftiflk*' ll:0d;. "Scream Of Sunday 4 'fjo\irttey'.To The;Seventh Planet"! • If30-3!3l-5;32i7:30- 9:34. ' '; • '.» Monday-Tuesday 7:414:40. ' .Wednesday, 'Only,' Citiefnia Arts SH6w "The SeVenth'£teal'| '8{4S. ALGONA Wed, Only, Mar. 21 (^ WHO HITS THE MOST NAILS ON 1 Every nail driven'home helps strengthen our ecohbmy. Much of the money that makes ; hewconstruction possible 'comes from the nation's 4,200 Insured Savings and Loan Associations, like ours. Making more than a milHonJiome loans a year... of which $5. billion is for new construction... Insured Savings and Loan Associations finance more residential construction than any other typejrf ^financial institution. ! HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA /WAKING THE KIND OF HOME LOANS THAT HELP YOUR COMMUNITY TO GROW AND PROSPER fiBiK PH|ONE CY 4-353S - YOUR NEWSPAPER CURTAIN AT 8:15 P.M. AN EXTRAORDINARY FILM BY INGMAR BERGMAN ••Magnificently made and, acted. •», powerfully plausible. vivid and alive. 1 * • ... — Crowftitf, N. Y. Timn FEATURE AT 8:45 — ADM. $10( . Pout 1 ' Cottier*. So^M] met Mar, 6 in the home of Mrs. W.- J. Stewart. .Members, present tvere the Mesdafoes H§£fflan Mantis,' Wilbur Phelps, Donald. Pitch anH Leqria W. Hettdt find Mi's'.' Bill', were guests. After a short .business meeting,, the meeting Wa^turtied over to Mrs. W. J. Stefyrftj .Who was in 'charge of fun 1 time. Mrs. C. W. Heerdt 'won a .prize* The next meeting will be held Apr. 3 in the home of Mrs. Wilbte-Spefcr. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Smith «nd family were Sunday dinner-guests in the Floyd Duncaii home.' The Portland Social Club ; niet Mar. 8 in the home of Mrs;'Hugh Villiams. Seven members, f»werc present: Mrs. Edmund Laraen, Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs. Clifford- ; , Voting, Mrs. Tony Jandl, Mrs. Bert Lampe and Mrs. Jesse Harms. Mrs., Edmund Larsen was in charge 6f the program and, Mrs. Ray Fitch -had !un time, Mrs. Tony Jandl, Mrs. Edmund Larsen. and Mrs. Clifford Young winning prizes. The club presented Mrs. Tony Jandl With! a present for their golden wedding anniversary. The next meeting, Will be held Apr.' 12 in the home of Mrs. Ray Fitch. j I. Goodwin Bergerud was tajsen ,to Iowa City a week ago Wednesday evening by Meindert Smidt a<id John Smidt. He was taken for emergency care. Mrs. Bdfgeimd went last Wednesday to be with him, as it was believed he might have to undergo surgery. < Jean Stevens spent last week at home between quarters, visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, helped the Jim Steven family move east of Mason City. Mrs. :Jim Steven's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lampe of: Bancroft, also went down to help them get straighten- ed around. The Portland Progress Club will meet Mar. 15 in the home of Mrs. Frank Becker, with Mrs. John Miller assistant hostess. Surprise number, by last month's hostesses, Mrs. Glen Zwicfcl and Mrs. Ray McWhorter. "When we make fun of dreamers, we've forgotten that nobody ever did a big thing without having thought a big thought". AL60NA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MARCH, 13, 1962 VOL. 99 - NO 10 •TITONKA Mrs. Mary Schroeder Mrs. J. T. Coyle, Chicago, and Louis Oesterreicher visited at the home of Magdalene Bleich at Wesley Tuesday. Mrs. Coyle is visit- Ing relatives here while her husband is at Ihe White Sox winter training camp in Florida. Titonka school's good record was broken last Monday when they didn't have school due to too many roads blocked by snow. Lenton services were begun in Good Hope Lutheran church Thursday evening. Rev. 0. Olson conducted services. Communion was. administered at this service. These services will continue throughout Lent, when meetings will be held each Wednesday night. Relatives from here who attended .the Earl Hansen funeral at Swea City, were his brothers, Goron and Ray and Mrs. Hansen, nd cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Tom oung. Burial was in Buffalo ownship cemetery, south of Ti- onka. Titonka woman's Club met at SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY AT THE ALGONA THEATRE DANGEROUS MISSION IN SPACE - Members of the first cxpeditton from Earth to the mysterious planet Uranus prepare to meet.the unknown dangers of another world in exciting scene from American International's science fiction thriller, "Journey to the 7th Planet. I.i the crew, left to right, are Ove Sprogoe, Louis Rennrd, Peter Monch John Agar and Carl Ottoscn. Starring in the space exploration adycn turc. which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre, are Agar, Greta Thyssen, Ann Smyrner and Mimi Heinrich. • FLATTERING • FRESH • FAIR NEW SPRING FASHIONS Better Than A. Tonic, These Brilliant Spring Fashions Will Lift Your Spirits and Send Them Soaring Into The Exciting Season Just Ahead NEW COATS All the excitement of the fresh new season, right here at GRAHAMS. We've JUST'the coat you have in mind for right now and on through Spring 1 Choose from a host of fashion colors, with Plenty of Navy, Beige, and, new White. New collarless styles, bracelet length sleeves, clutch styles . . . in crisp nub tweeds, basket- weave wools, flannels, laminated jerseys. See these now and select your new coat from GRAHAMS complete selections. A small deposit will layaway the coat of your choice .... '29.98 Others $14.98 IQ $39.98 DRESSES (Jyrving lines, little waists, rippling pleats, pouffed skirts, pret,ty colors . . . that's how fashion sings its theme song, "the strictly feminine female". See the new spring flattery, fresh and fair, here at GRAHAMS. Juniors — Misses Half-Sizes - Petites the home of Mrs. Thursday evening. Henry Orthel Mrs. Lenore Sehram "gave the lesson. Mrs. Sadie Denton, who has been in Bull Shoals, Ark., helping to care for her brother-in-law, returned to Titonka on Monday. Her relative, N. Benjamin died and was buried at Bode Mar. 5. The Eulan Schullers have moved to the farm vacated by the Ray Welps. Those attending Titonka Federated Club meeting last week were pleasantly surprised when Ja. Jensen, was present to conduct ai interview, which was recorded. Prizes were given to Mrs. Esther Lehman, a lovely corsage, Mrs. N. Boken, cherry chocolates, and the hostess, Mrs. Mary Oester- eicher, a decorated cake, which TOKllTE (WED.) "BY LOVE POSSESSED" THUR. thru SAT. ALGONA 2 EXCITING NEW A-l FEATURES • ROCKET THAT CHALLENGES I ,OiUTER SPACE' " ACTUALLY FILMED IN SPACE! a DAVID McLEAM CHARLES BRONSOM PATRICIA OWENS TECHNICOLOR - 2ND NEW FEATURE One 6.1. and 125 WACS on a lonely missile base in the Pacific! The S Was A Lacty WESMWTIA STEVENSON-BILL WILLIAMS BOTH FEATURES SHOWN SATURDAY MAT. AT 1:30 ATTEND OUR QHSIPATRICKS NIGHT SAT., AAARCH 17 MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:00 P. M 2 THRILLER - CHILLERS IT UNLOCKS A SHOCK ! CaUMBIA PICTURES fRESWS '< PHIL CARET SHOWN AT 11 P.M. iimiuiimiu - 2ND NEW FEATURE Lakota Lumber Yard Will Open In Near Future Lakotn — John Ellsworth, new owner of Lakota Lumber, has been nisy stdcking the lumberyard and s planning to open in. the near hture. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth and sons moved here recently from Gillett Grove to a farm house southeast of Lakota. Mr. Ellsworth is a .member of the Mason's and belongs to the Moose Lodge. Mrs. Ellsworth is a registered nurse and for the past 8 years has worked part time at the Spencer hospital. The Ellsworths have five boys ranging in age from 6-17. L.C.W. Meetings The group meetings of the L.C. W. of St. Paul's Lutheran church were held Mar. 6. The Esther group met at 2 p.m. Hostesses were Caroline Groff, Mattie Hertzke and Kathryn Christ. Devotions were given by Louise Schroeder and the lesson by Charlene Hertzke. The Mary group met at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses were Jackie Sleeker, Ruth Sheldahl, Bertha Engle- barts and Susie Schroeder. Devo- 'lUilwl • C* Ut\.W* Mfc^v* *•*••»•—•( i. ..- — .- , fc/m WJ **»»v« w•»»*» — —• as enjoyed by all present, along tions were by Rev. Meinecke and with refreshments. the lesson was by Emma Bierstedt. A skit depicting what well dres- f* .__j,_ sed L.C.W. women should do was VHieSTS presented at both meetings as well LU as a discussion on various mission *-n fields A movie was a is 0 shown. Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 and 2 Tne u.P.W. Executive Board -H clubs held their Parents Ban- met Tuesday evening at the home quet, Feb. 25. Club members as- of Mrs> Harlan Kruse. Twelve sisted by leaders Mrs. Alvin Klein, mem bers were present. Mrs. Alvin Mrs. Ted Hilbert and Mrs. Sylves- Rippentrop gave the, devotions and :er Wagner and mothers Mrs. Mil- president Mrs. Carl Gerzema con- lord Plathe and Mrs. Eugene Zie- ducted the business meeting. met spent the afternoon decorating . and preparing the dinners. I Supt. John W. Cook went to Wa* Bernadette Hilbert was toast- terloo Thursday where he attend- mistress at the bancjUet with'Rosa-1 ed meetings-of the Representative lee Illig giving; the welcome and (Council of the GlrlsrAttiletic Union leading the club members in 'the | on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 4-H pledge. The 4-H Creed was given by Rosalee Iliig with several skits' presented by the clubs following. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe ave the response. 95th Mrs. Mary Ullom of near Cheser recently observed her 95th irthday. She is a native of Denmark, going to this country when ie was 6Vfe years old. She has SEE IT FROM THE STARTI SHOWN AT 12:17 A.M. ALL SEATS 75c. POORS OPEN 10:30 P. M 0 grandchildren randchildren. and 23 great SUN. thru TUES. Members of the Lakota girls basketball team left on Friday to attend the finals of the girls high school basketball tournament. Gus Potthoff and Ed Gutknecht left Friday for Minneapolis. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichenberger of Blue Earth, former Lakota residents. On Saturday, they all boarded a plane for New York and from there they will board a ship for a Carribean tour. They will be gone about 16 days and expect to return by Mar. 24. ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 WHAT IS THIS MONSTROUS THING? With the power of mind over matter!...There beyond the stars your unspeakable fears.-.deepest desires... come alive...your^BcrerfCp*pitted against you., youarelwpjpC" '" "*—' " (•$% N^5 ---'v 'ULSATING HORROR! YOU ARE IN SPACE BEYOND SPACE! Travel X times faster than imagination and, PIUS "MYSTiRIES OF THE DiEF' AND COLOR CARTOON

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