The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1962 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1962
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"WALK ON THE WILD .SIM? Sunday at tfw. Alga Act Theatre as *\ ' sen « Barbara s -Jo" lays down the law to Jane Fonda, in this arleSK ' Feldman's "Walk on the Wild Side/' The " Mali A '«'^e- novel, Ends Tonlte (Wed.) THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY ^ : • FEATURE NO. 1 SHOWN AT 7:15 Tfie hilarious in0ide story «"_ """""" '"* T . OF WHATQOES ON WHEN ';• .SCHOOL LETS OUT.. . ... n,™ * 6EORGE HAMILTOM 'rcrc M '*™'~ JIM HUTTQN -BARBARA NICHOLS - PAULA PRENTISS FEATURE NO. 2 SHOWN AT 9:15 FEATURE NO. 3 SHOWN AT10&5 s» nun-MIT wim "SNAKE JACKET KID" 1 THURSDAY IS BUCKNITE THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 Sunday Thru Wednesday - In Color WVECAL -..,.. , „-„, "-WT- fllfrvntp^n ww *MI w • SECOND CQMEDY FEATURE • WITH ACADEMY AWARD WINNER "BIST ACTRESS" SOPHIA lORiN ^MnWiv JMRMHWV' Theyll float your heart iw»y on waves TEOHNKWMPR' Admisiion 75t - Children under Le»tore ttfltz was hostess to he Canasta club Monday. NMU.O^Ml Mr. and Mrs. Bill SaBgiifo o Cherokee spent the weekend her at the parental John Thuente's. IL ~* Gerbe|i » Minneapolis, seen the Easter vaaction here with hef parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ger bet*. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely had as their weekend guest the tetter's sister, Mrs. Evelyn Sorenson, Mason City. Dick Zwiefel, student at Morn- ngside College at Sioux City, pent the Easter holiday with his arents here. Mrs. Ole Knudson has returned to her home at Bradgate after being here several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sigsbee and family and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee were Easter dinner guests of Mrs. Adolph Bruellman at West Bend. Men's Council of the Presbyterian church will have jits first meeting since reorganizing Apr. 30 - K will be a ladies' night dinner and Dr. Arthur Cruikshank of Des Momes will be guest speaker. Olen Jones is chairman of the committee in charge. • Mrs. Milton Dah! will be ho tess to the Eight Specs'eafd eld Wednesday evening. ! ' Mr. and Mrs. ftehji Meyef d MohtiCello spent the weekend here with the former's parents, MrV-anb 1 Mrs. t)ick Meyer. •') ' ' Mr. and Mrs. James Kllctow Of Kansas City, Mo. spent th& w«ek^ end here with the latter's - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel. Mr. and Mrs. Dick NortOit and family spent the Easter. at Marshalltown with Mrs. Noron's parents, Mr. and Mrsv Ned Downing. ' > > ; Jack Vfpond, Bill Sigsbee "and Pam and Denny Waller were mong the State University ,'of owa students home for th^e .'Esser vacation. , ' Rebekah Lodge meets this „,„- ning (Tuesday) at the Izaag Walton hall. Mrs. J. p. Smith, Mrs. Linnea Heiserodt and Mrs. Blanch Lage are the serving committee. Infants baptized recently at the Presbyterian church were •Jeffrey Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Honken, Yvonne Morene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoist, and Joseph Stautler, ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1962 VOL. 97 - NO. 16 • — — — »»£».• u*L*v*b4\«i j OU11 Ul Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Air. and Mrs. Beanie,Cooper ar parents of a 9 pound, lift ounce daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee will be hos ess to the Happy Birthday club Friday. Mrs. J. P. Smith's anni ersary will be celebrated. —o— David Hutchins, student at State University of Iowa, Iowa City, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins. Larry Klein, freshman at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent the Easter vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Klein. Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Barbara Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Miller, Diane Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Erdman, and Angela Mae, daugh , ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Crowley. Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Mrs. Harold . Fristedt, Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and Mrs. A. M. Quintard will be hostesses at a bridge-luncheon May 2 at Algona Country Club. Bel Canto music club will meet Wednesday at Bancroft with Mrs. Alice Weber and Mrs. Sara Welp. The program on Negro spirituals will be given by Mary Bartlett, Vera Graham and Ida Kelley. — o— Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rcntz had as .heir guests Easter weekend their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hanevick and Norman, Jr. of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward and children of Hazelcrest, 111. The Stewards also visited the parental Walter Stewards at Burt. GRAHAMS APRIL Sale Coats Here they are . .•'. in time for plenty of Spring wear •;•;. . our entire stock of exciting now long coats drastically reduced ! Choose from wools in biege, grey, and pastel shades . . . laminated fabrics in high colors ... a wonderful selection at a fraction of original price ! Sample Hat SALE We've cleaned our manufacturers, ^outKpf ail sample hats ... these • •'and 1 many friers -from our regular stock" now at wonderful savings for you . . . values to $5.98. NOW ONLY Sandra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Harmes, was honoree at a slumber party Friday evening in observance of her 13th birthday, which was Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hardgrove and family, former Algonans now of Toledo, spent Easter here with Mrs. Hardgrove's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller and other relatives. Avn Simpson has been a medical patient at St. Ann hospital for the past 10 days. She is coming along nicely, but it is expected she will remain in the hospital for another month. Tickets for the Kossuth County Republican Women's k i c k o f f breakfast, May 3, at 7:3Q a.m. at the VFW hall, are on sale at the Smoke Shop ,or they can be obtained from Clara Amesbury. The breakfast will be the kickoff for the Sixth District Candidates Caravan, which starts here and ends at Sioux City. OFF — — •* tf ^ f ^ r ^-'-*rv~v~*s^^s^s**r^j~ v DRESS SALE All Spring and Easter styles reduced, many to cost ... you will want to pick op several now at these great savings I One and two-piece styles, jacket druses, costumes. Hurry, for stocks are limited I OTTO PREMINCER PRESENTS COMING MAY 6-9 The Methodist iMen's Club hns elected new officers. Dallas Klein is president; Jimmie Johnson, vice president; Eugene Brandow, treasurer; Clifford Skogslrom, secretary; and Frank Saiter, reporter. Mrs. Virginia Allen, Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, Mrs. Karl Hoffman, Mrs. Marie Hawcott, Mrs. Paul Seeley, Bess Hopkins and Mrs. Rose Scanlan will be hostesses at two parties Tuesday and Wednesday at the Johnson House. Weslcyan Service Guild had a dinner and program Monday evening. Ann-Seger gave devotions; Mrs. Lora Seger the program; and Dorothy Schmidt was in charge of the social time. Co-chairmen of the serving committee were Mrs. George Harris and Mrs. Joe Tschetter. New members received into the Presbyterian church Easter were Wr. and Mrs. Joe Easter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomplun, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Steven Ostrum and the communicants class of eighth graders, Mark Conn, Bonnie Cook, Kitty Hardgrove, Gary jane, Jean Malueg, David Marin, Joy Meyer, Rachel McNeill, Linda Meehlhause, Ronald Mittag, John Pratt, Helen Skow and Marjo Pomplun. New members received into the Methodist church Palm Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graybill. Mrs. Russell Sands, and John Ramus and the youth membership class, Diane Allen, Richard Balluff, Jean Brandow, Darla Carr, Nancy Elmore, Calvin Haahr, Kevin Hoover, Linda Hunt, Beatrice Marshall, Rose Mary Mino, Larry Munger, Donald Riedinger, BrenU Bryce and Marcia Sampson, James Schoby, James Schutter, Carol Smith; Dana and Michael S-nodgress, Thomas Snyder and Lark Whittemore. ' WANT ADS BRING RESULTS TONITE (WED.) JAMES CAGNEY "ONE-TWO-THREE" THUR. thru SAT. ALGONA BQTH FEATURES SHOWN SAT. MAT, AT 1:30 *,'* Values to $10.98 GIRLS COA TS All new Spring Styles and Fabrics in Wool. Sizes 4 to 6x, and 7 to 14. These are Regular $10.98 to $17.98. All-Weather Coats Our famous rain and shine coat of water repellent Er P \V f V- ne side ' reversible to a beautS printed fabric on the other. Beige only, sizes a to KASTHUN COLON SPECTPASCOPE STARRING MARSHALL THOMPSON MALA POWERS .a thousand sights to delight and excite everyone I SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 ,8 side of life you never expected to see on the screen! COLUMBIA PICTURES mm CHARLES KfELDMANS WALK THI3 ISAM ADUL1 PICTURE) Parent] should «x8icise discietiouj in permitting Ihs immatuitj torn* ITARRIN6 . HE HAM ^armwi THE WIIO inew kind • of love story! FONDA -Bum- mm m as> ^o" PLUS COLOR CARTOON

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