The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 21, 1957
Page 11
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SHARK On a deep-sea fishing trip, S. I>. Randall and Dallas Miller of Milfnrd bagged en 11 foot shark, which charged their boat after getting hooked. In a two-hour attack, the shark lost after taking 22 hits from Mr Randall's rifle. It weighed 525 pounds. THE TRUE STORY . . . AND TRULY ONI Of THE GREATEST NOW Thru SATURDAY MIDWEST PREMIERE SHOWING The picture now playing in Des Moines, whete Robert Wagner appeared in person last week at its premiere. This is the picture which actor Robert Wagner plugged on the Ed Sullivan TV Show Sunday ntghi. • smmo of ALL LEGEHD LIES! mm OF OUTLAWS... who invented train robberies..1, daylight btnk hold-ups... and changed Missouri's name to "The Robber State"! WAGNER AGNES MOOREHEAD wit* A1*n H*l«*AI«n B«it«r»John Carrtdlrt* R>eh«l Stephen* • B*mey Phillip* • Biff Clllot Barry AtwaUr* Chubby Jehnto* Frink Oerthin • John Oucftttt COLOR fcy Dl LUXB **«<» HERBERT B.SWOPE, JR. NICHOLAS RAY tn^h, nWALTER NEWMAN Children's Special Matinee Saturday "TRUE STORY OF JESSE JAMES" — Plus 6 Color Cartoons Thursday, Feb. 21, 1957 Algena (la.) Upper 0** M6ln«~9 Honor Scouts At Swea City Party, Feb. 13 Swea City—The second annual Blue and Gold banquet of Swea City Cub scouts, celebrating th? 47th anniversary of Scouting in America was held at V.F.W. hall Feb. 13, with about 120 present, inc'.udim! Cub., and their families. Den Mothers served a potluck dinner at 7 o'clock, with a committee headed by Mrs Lowell Roberts and Mrs Wallace Johnson in charge. Two anniversary cakes mado and decorated by Mrs Sylvester Kockler centerbd the speaker's table. One rtike bore the 47 anniversary candles which were lighted by Robert Dolund and Terry Smith. Cubmaster Wallace Johnson expressed thank.s to the committee and welcomed the guests. Group singing was followed by a talk by Pack Chairman Morris Johnson. Presentation of awards was made by Cubmaster Johnson, including a special Webelos ceremony for Robert Boland and Terry Smith, with their mothers, Mrs Wm. Boland and Mrs Clifford Smith. Robert and Terry received the Webelos budge, highest rank in Cub Scouting Other awards were made as follows: Bobcat pin, Clifford Kollasch and Lyle Thompson; Tommy Kockler received Wolf badge, gold arrow .silver arrow and service star; Larry Kockler, Lion badge, gold arrow, 3 silver arrows, service star; Robert Boland, silver arrow; Gary Griffith, Lion badge, gold arrow; Steven Roberts, Lion badge, gold arrow, silver arrow; Reid Farland, gold arrow, silver arrow; Charles Lindgren, Lion budge, gold arrow, silver arrow; Richard Johnson, gold arrow; Johnny Guyer, gold arrow; Ronald Goerdes, silver arrow; David Swanson, Wolf Badge, gold arrow, service star; Rodney Smith, silver arrow; Duane Larson, gold arrow; Roger Schueler, Wolf badge; Andre Opsal, gold arrow; Jnmes Larson, Wolf badge, gold arrow; James Krumm and Tommy Elliott, gold arrows; and Tommy Hurlburt, Wolf badge and gold arrow. Equipment Benfefit A benefit for funds for the new trampoline will be held Feb. 22 at the Swea City Community school. Sponsored by the PTA, the entertainment will include a basketball game between PTA fathers and facility me-n, as-wpll as games between 5th and 6th grade boys, 7th and 8th grade boys class tournament finals and a trempoline demon s t r a t i o n. Lunch will be served after the program. The March program committee headed by Mrs CUirence Gardner is planning a Fun Night for the March meeting at which there COME ROCK AND ROLL WITH JANE MANSFIELD SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY •••• from 20th Ceeitury-Fox Starring TOM EWEll JAYNE MANSFIELD EDHOND O'BRIEN HENRY JONES i« »/M gunl Htrt , JULIE LONDON • RAY ANTHONY- BARRY GORDON 'FATS DOMINO'THf PLATTERS-LITTLE RICHARD «^'GENE VmCZKT^^B,,c up .THE TRIKIIRS'EDDIE FONTAINE-THE CHUCKLES ABBEY UNCOIN 'JOHNNY OliNN * NINO TEMPO * EDDIE COCHRAN COLOR by P| ugxs ^ CINEMASCOPE ct and Diiacted i;y FRANK TASHLIN Screenplay by ALCDNAO will be a program, white elephant sale, baked goods and surprise packages, plus an upside down quiz. RjDger Linde is chaifmen of the menu committee, and PTA fathers will serve the J*!lch. Proceeds from this event will go into the trampoline fund. Merianne Martin of the Junior class of the Swea City high school was crowned Sweetheart of the Swea City FFA chapter, after receiving the highest number of votes in a penny-a-campaign at Swea City business places. The coronation took place at the Armstrong - Swea City basketball game. Three senior girls frotn the Swea City high school visited Upper Iowa University at Fayette on Saturday. Betty Clark, Sharon Cordes and Joyce Mullarkey, together with Betty's father, Glen Clark, made the trip. Mr and Mrs Waller Schmick* ing became parents of a son on February 13. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson have a son born Feb. 14. Both babies arrived at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. A former Swea Cilyan, Dick Deitl and his wife became parents for the first time when a son was born to them on Feb. 8 at a Caledonia, Minn., hospital. The baby has been named Rick E. Mr Deitl i«T teaching at Mabel, Minn. C. L. Appelqulst, Swea City, is the baby's great-grandfather. The Floyd Ottmans were honored at a farewell party given by 45 friends and neighbors who gathered at the Ottman farm home bringing refrehments and a gift. The Ottmans are moving to a farm near Frost, Minn. Older Swea Cityans are entertaining Clara and Gladys Thompson of Kcnsal, N. D., who are en- route home after visiting relatives at Petersburg, Va. The two ladies have been visiting a niece} Mrs Leo Engesser, at Armstrong, and are now house guests of Lulu Haglund. Among old friends entertaining the Misses Thompson are the Carl Pearsons of Algona, Mis Vern Austin and Mrs Alfred Pearson of Bancroft, Mrs James Harner, Mrs Oliver Ewing and Mesdames Rena and Vina Haglund. Clara Thompson was a clerk at the Nelson Mercantile company here some 40 years ago and the two ladies are sisters of late Mrs J. J. Sherman of Ban- trie late Mrs J. J. Sherman of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Gordon Haglund and little daughter Kathy, Fair mont, Minn., spent Sunday with^ his mother, Mrs Rena Haglund. Mr and Mrs Selmer Uhr have returned home after a Florida vacation. Enroute 'home they visited their son Clair and family at Ames, The four Swea City ministers, the Rev. Waldo Ekbprg, interim pastor at Immanuer Lutheran church, the Rev. David Frank of the Full Gospel Tabernacle, the Rev. Everett Beal of First Baptist and the Rev. S. H. Hammer of the Methodist church, together with their wives were supper guests of their former colleague the Rev. A. H. Youngquist, now Lutheran pastor at Laurens, Friday. ; 4-H Club Met At Christensons Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Lively Rockets met at the home of Jane Ellen Christenson Saturday afternoon, Feb. 9th. Talks were given by Jane Kissner, Janese Kissner and Jo Ann McCleish. Nancy Fischer led the girls in the 4-H $ongs. Mrs Ralph Thompson was, a guest mother. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kermit, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson attended capping exercise Friday evening of the Kruegers' daughter, Janet, who is a student at St. Luke's Methodist School of Nursing in Cedar Rapids. Mrs Roy Merchant spent over the weekend at Des Moinea where her husband is taking a two week training course at the Forney plant in Des Moines. Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr. Mollie and Cynthia accompanied her and visited at the parental D. K. Drown home. Mrs L. V. Johnson also went along and visited at the Jim Larson home. Sue Ann Johnson spent the weekend at the Clarence Kralt home. Pastor Resigns Swea CUy — The Rev. David Frank, pastor of the Gospel Tabernacle, resigned Sunday morning, to accept a pastorate in West Des Moines. Rev. Frank hat made many friends during his stay here. He plans to leave for his new church sometime the latter part of February. FEED WAYNE FEEDS For Best Results Advertised In Farm And Home Section ROBINSON PRODUCE Algono . Wtflty farmers, attention! 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