The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1966
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fi-Algena (la.) Upper D«t Melnti thuridoy, April f, AT OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshire attended the open house March 20 at Washington given In honor of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. Darbyshlre's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Knapp. There was also a family dinner for the couple. - o- BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. - o- FAREWELL PARTIES Mrs. Nell McCall is entertaining the Idle Hour card club and another bridge club to which she belongs Wednesday. She will soon be going to Omaha to make her home in an apartment being built for her In her daughter's home, Mrs. James Griffith, and these parties are a farewell. Mrs. Griffith is here to assist her. Mrs. McCall's home has been sold to the Roy Keenes of Whlttemore. - o TO PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Thomas Cogdall is entertaining her bridge club April 7. - o WED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson went to West Union Sunday to attend the golden wedding observance of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pratt. Mrs. Hobson and her late husband, Dennis Pratt, were their attendants at the wedding. - o - M-D CLUB Cresco Mother and Daughter Club-will meet April 13 at the Lavonne Henry home. A lesson, cooking for two, will be given by Gladys Eisenbarth and Ida Wildin. The Kossuth Women's Club spring convention will be held Monday at the Lutheran church In Tltonka. Members are urged to attend. ROGER MULLER, 10 Roger Muller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muller was honored with a party on his 10th birth* day, April 2. In attendance were Steve Arend, Dan Black, Bruce Brlggs, Terry Buscher, James Cassel, Randy Faber, Steven Farrell, Gary Carman, Dennis Gisch, Mark McGulre, Mark Montag, Tim McGulre, Kevin Owens, Jeff Rich, Randy Stalzer, Roger Zittritsch, Chuck Devine, Jeff Zeigler, Tim Zitt- ritsch, Luke Pfeffer, Jim Larry, Kevin, Cheryl and Roger Muller, his grandmother. Mrs. Anna Muller, Norma Pfeffer and Henrietta Tucker. Alan Kollasch and John Robinson were unable to attend. Game prize winners were Bruce Briggs, Jeff Rich, Dennis Gisch, Gary Garman, Randy Stalzer, Roger Muller, Jeff Zeigler and Steve Farrell. Pictures were taken, followed by cake and ice cream. Roger received many gifts and cards. - o- SON BAPTIZED Todd Alan Strayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Strayer, Ft. Dodge, was baptized March 20 In St. Paul Lutheran church. Sponsors were Joan and Janette Wlchtendahl, Ft. Dodge. Dinner and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strayer, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wlchten- dahl and family, Letts Creek, and Patricia Groen, Ft. Dodge, was a supper guest. - o - PLANS TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wlchten- dahl, Lotts Creek, are being visited by their daughter, Mrs. Sharon King, Lisa and Nicole, Irving, Tex. After a few days visit Mrs. King will leave for Germany where she will visit her brother, Darrell Wichtendahl, who is in the armed service. - 0" SLATE SERVICES Traditional holy communion services will be held Maundy Thursday, April 7, at the Metho- dist church. This will be a candle light service at 7:30. Good Friday union services will be held April e at 12:30 - 2:30 p. m. In the Methodist church. - o- CHURCH MEETING The Northwest Iowa Assod* ation of Regular Baptist churches was held here March 29. A program was given and reports from the other churches were given. Registration was taken care of by Mrs. Earl Loss and Mrs. Warren Andreasen. Welcome, Mrs. Jerry Lewis. Group singing led by Mrs. Jack Llmbaugh, pianist, Mrs. Robert Black, scripture reading, Mrs. Charles Joens, trio, Nan Parker, Jacque Limbaugh, Mildred Black; message by Helen Jean Morse and offertory by Mrs. Olga Jordan. Refreshments were served in the church dining room and Mrs. Olga Jordan and Nan Parker poured. Sailor From Bancroft Gets Purple Heart BANCROFT - Larry Bergman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bergman, has received a purple heart after being wounded twice on a ship at Viet Nam. Larry will leave for sea duty in July for a year and will then receive his discharge. He has been in service 3 years. His wife, Nancy, who has been in California, will return to Algona in July and will visit her parents , the Albert Fosnaughs. - o - SHOWER HONOREE A shower was held Sunday in the Legion Club rooms for Mary Schiltz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schiltz, and bride-to-be of Louis Lappe, Lakota. Miss Schiltz received many lovely gifts. Cards were the entertainment. Lunch was served by the hostess. • - o - Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. John's Catholic church for Larry Torkelson and Rita • DeGeeter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Screal DeGeeter. Mrs. Kate McBarney and Regina, Omaha, were house guests of their sister, Mrs. J. H. Menke, and visited other relatives for two weeks. Whave a problem with our Gatalina we just can't fix. It looks expensive. Safely items UKe front nnd rear seal bells are standard on every '66 Pontlac. It looks so expensive that a lot of people don't realize it's priced right down there within reach of most low price buyers. Which sort Pontiac Motor Division of makes you wonder why you should buy a low-priced car when you can buy a high-priced car for the same money. A Pontiac Catalina. Wide-Track Pontiac Catalina (A big, powerful Pontiac for less than $3000*) •Manufacturer's suggesu-a -Hail pnc.-i for 2- ana j-aoor sedans and 1- a»d J-i1oor hauloos arc all u-«s i «nd suggested dealt" delivery ana r,.ndi,,,g c n«-g. .«,ortat,on ona.o.s. <iah- ,i"ci loc.i ta-'J. i«, SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER Walt Diiftey The Ugly Dachthund" and "Winnie The Pooh" opening Thunday, Algona theatre working at Kropf s Cafe at Bode a week ago. She is employed Ml time. Karl Jo Strutters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Strutters, was baptized Sunday at the First Methodist church at West Bern). Mrs. Strutter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson of Ankeny, were weekend guests and attended the services. Tom Bennett returned home Friday from Mercy hospital where he had been \ medical patient for several days. Monday, Mr. Bennett began a new job, working for Humboldt county on the roads. Mr. Bennett worked previously for Weldenhoff at Algona. The Neighborhood Club to which Mrs. Oscar Williams belonged when she lived east of Bode, surprised her with ahouse* warming Tuesday. 12 women and several children came. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico were pleased with news from their son, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pentico of California. They telephoned this week that they are moving to Minnesota early in the summer. Keith Strayer of Algona was a Sunday dinner guest at the Roy Telfords. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Telford visited at the Kermit Fowler home. Mrs. Fowler has been sick f'IMS Wilt Ou«x Production} Dick Dudding spent a couple of days at the Twin Citys looking after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boever celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary by entertaining their brothers and sister sand families at dinner Sunday. Their card club entertained them in the evening with cards and a luncheon. They were presented with a gift. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mrs. Donald Larson had gall bladder surgery at Lutheran hospital Wednesday. She is recovering nicely. Ladies Rural Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Earl Long. Roll call and lesson were "Flowers." Election of officers was held with the following results: president, Mrs. Mike Coyle; first vice president, Mrs. Edward Zinnel; second vice president, Mrs. Kermit Fowler; recording secretary, Mrs. Lester Wehrspann; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Roy Telford; treasurer, Mrs. Eugene Hofius; and garden chairman, Mrs. Earl Long. Mrs. Zinnel gave a report on the county meeting. Guests were Mrs. Arnold Bratland and Mrs. Leslie Hover- stein of Bode. The American Legion Auxiliary held an all-day rag sew Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Dean Telford. Six members and four guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson spent the weekend with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nllges at Hawkeye. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee went to Des Molnes Monday to get their grandsons, Jason, who is nearly three and Brian who is a year old. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lee of Iowa City, went to Tulsa, Okla. to spend a few days at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee. The two boys will visit at the Oliver Lee home and with the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Collins at Livermore. Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl began $TART$TONGHT-7*9«15 MATINEE FRIDAY - 3*15 P,M, CONTINUOUS SHOWS SAT. & SUN, 12*15 ALGONA THURSDAY - "Winnie The Pooh," - 7:00 - 9:10. "The Ugly Dachshand" 2:05-7:35-9:45. FRIDAY - "Winnie The Pooh" 3:15-7:00-9:10, "The UglyDach- shund" 3:50-7:35-9:45. SATURDAY and SUNDAY "Winnie The Pooh" 12:45-2:254:35-6:45-8:50, "The UglyDach- shund" 12:50 - 3:00 - 5:05 7:15 - 9:25. MONDAY - "Winnie the Pooh" 1:30 - 7:00 - 9:19, "The Ugly Dachshund" 2:05 - 7:35 - 9:45. TUESDAY - "Winnie the Pooh" 7:00 - 9:10, "The Ugly Dachshund" 7:35 - 9:45. FRIDAY, APRIL 8 through TUESDAY, APRIL 12 Rock has Doris- Just where she wants him....! ROCfctfUDSON TONY Hue iuo owe&s A MARTIN MELCHER Production -A UNIVERSAL Picture . PLUS SECOND BIG HIT I SANDRA DEE RODERT GOULET ANDY WILLIAMS .MAURICE CHEVALIER as Philip Dulaine 1 «W HUNHK "M Rather Be Ric A UNIVERSAL PICTURE /in fASTMAN COLOR, ADULTS - $1.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 - FREE A HAPPY HONEYMOON GOES TO THE DOGS! ^ WALT DISNEY DACHSHUND starring Dean JONES Suzanne PLESHETTE Charlie RUGGLES ...When a Great Dane CRASHES THE PARTY! , TECHNICOLOR*, t Rdtiit d by 6UENA VISTA attribution Co.. Ine • OIW5 Will Oniuy Production* Screenplay by ALBERT ALEY 'Co-producer WINSTON HIBLER Directed by NORMAN TOK'AR Now on the screen! Pooh and his friends/ Walt Disney pnuntt Winnie ADMISSIONS ADULTS-NIGHTS - SAT.-SUN. $1.00 OTHER MATINEES 90c CHILDREN UNDER 12 YRS. 50c' andttwhonqytrM Technicolor An All-Cartoon FciturvtU *t MM torti tfiiutt »i 1 1 HIM •OIMWillD«MrPn*«l*u enjoy an all-new 30-inch gas range All the brilliant Sixty-Six features: Cook &, Keep* autor matlo oven operation, one-piece Trl-level top with fop Front Controls, new Deep-Design oven with 10.1% mort capacity, new Mirror Window, separate roll-out broiler, high fashion back panel with fluowcent Illumination, Trade-up nowl trade-up to a '66 36-inch gas range Brilliant features, brilliant performance: Cook & Keep® automatic oven operation, Trl-level top with dripless, one-piece construction, Top Front Controls, separate swing-out broiler, side storage compartment, new Mirror Window, high fashion back panel with full fluorescent illumination. Trade-up to a brilliant Roper Sixty- Six gas range ... now! 5-2484 North Central Public Service Co. HURRY-ONLY 3 BIG DAYS LEFT! (Sale Ends Sat, April 9) HONSBRUCH REXALL DRUG 14 E, STATE ALGONA

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