The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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1-Aigena (fa.) Upper Be* Motatt tfiwrwley, April 14, WED 25 YEARS Mrs. Pete Balsrad vasatBode April 3 to *Kesd tbe sOret veo> ding aOBfrersarj celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Msarice Balsmd. . o- OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson were at Spirit Lake last Sunday to attend the birthday observance for Charles Foster, 85. RUTH CIRCLE Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday at 8:00 with hostesses Mrs. J. Telecky and Mrs. R. Kooyman. Mrs. R. Plngel will have charge of the program and devotions will be given by Mrs. K. Christie. - o - W. S. C. S. MEETING The annual meeting of the Methodists W. S. C. S. societies of the Spencer district will be held at Esthervflle April 13. - o - ARE BAPTIZED Baptismal rites were held April 3 in the Methodist church for Mrs. Shirley Downing and children, Teri June, Michael Troy, and Melody Diaime, David Victor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund Michelle Da*n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacques, Jeffery Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jorgenson, Jeanne Marie and Donald, children of Mrs. Dale Kent, Daniel Louis, son of Mrs. Marilyn Kaester, Daniel Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Webb, and Lisa Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Woodwick. - o - CHOIR DINNER The annual dinner for the senior choir of the Methodist church was held March 31. Mrs. Robert Darbyshire was chairman. Glenn Graham arranged the program and taking part were Mrs. Everett Steven, Mrs. Glenn Graham and Mrs. Newton Coughenour, vocal trio, Phil Taylor, guitar numbers, and "Go-go" girls, Emily Nevitt and Eunice Peters. Mrs. John Schutter was chairman of tbe dining room and decorations and place cards were made by Mrs. Del Brandt, Mrs. Robert Engstrom and Mrs. Roger Will. Mrs. Wesley Bartlett is choir director. WEu.thruSAT.i APRIL 13 - 16 ALGONA ...when a pretty GHOUL trades in her bed sheet for a BIKINI! PATHECOLOtU PAIIAVISIQM' An "Invisible Bikini" Yet! "IT'S A REAL GHOST' - That's what the young stars of American Internationl's "The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini- are frightened of in srene from the rnrnedy thriller now playinp at the Algona Theatre. Stars, from left in front, are Claudia Martin, Piccola Pupa, Aron Kincaid, Nancy Sinatra and Mary Hughes. MEET TONIGHT C. D. A. Court 283 Algona will meet April 14 (tonight) at Academy hall for a 6:30 dinner. Minnie Schlck and Marie Semer are chairladies. AT INSPECTION 0. E. S. inspection night was held recently at Forest City, In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skills, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham, Burt. - o - HAS VISITORS Mrs. Leora St. John was visited Thursday by her niece, Mary Louise (Mrs. C. H. Elder) and Charles and Margaret, Dayton, Ohio. They came here from Lawrence, Kan, where they had been visiting Mrs. Flora Mo Nown, sister of Mrs. St. John and mother of Mrs. Elder. - o MR. AND MRS. Paul Ludwig received a call Easter from their son, Daniel who is stationed with the Air Corps in Australia. MR. AND MRS. Robert McGrath and Mark of Chicago spent the Easter holiday at the Pat Murphy home. Mr. and Mrs. -\Vm. Blake of Omaha, Judy Murphy and friends, Nancy Moran and Linda Moore, all of Omaha, spent their Easter vacation from Duchesne College and Dorothy Blake of Omaha spent Easter at the Murphys. Ledyard Folks Host Friends At Easter LEDYARD - Mrs. Roger Fletcher ind Kandis and Terry Roseboro of Colorado Springs, Colo., came Thursday to visit at the parental Clayton Roseboro home. Terry left Sunday and Judy and the baby will spend the remainder of this week here. Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei visited the Gerald Manthei and Mrs. Geraldine Robertson homes SUNDAY Through WEDNESDAY APRIL 17.20 ALGONA Paul Newman is Harper AGERSHWIN-KASTNER^oduction JUU£ ARTHUR Excitement clings to Harper like a dams. JANET PAMELA ROBERT h<^rtM«««i<SH»ui«mi»iiwsitt« u«*i«i &, nff. sucHi TfliHHIffH W PtMBtti' FROM WiflltR MOS in Cedar Rapids over the weekend. Gary Edwards spent the Easter weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Edwards and family and Clarence Edwards and Mildred of Buffalo Center were Easter dinner guests at the Frank M, Meyer home at Corwith. The film, "In His Steps" will be shown at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church Sunday evening, April 17, at 7:30. Everyone is welcome to come and see it. March 28 Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse, Ellwood Green and Mrs. Dallas Green attended funeral services for Mrs. Albert Collins, the former Edna Green, at Rock Island, m. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blome arrived home Wednesday after visiting their son Eugene and family in California for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick DeCamp of Des Moines visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keefe, Thursday. Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Buffalo Center, is a surgical patient at the Buffalo Center hospital. She was admitted Sunday. Easter dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon and Nancy were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch, Mr. and Mrs. John" Richardson and family, Mr. and Mrs,' Hyron Busch and family, "and'Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Busch . and family. Guests at the Harold Warner home Sunday in honor of their daughter Sandy's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. August Klinksiek and Luella, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klinkslek and family and Mrs. Lena Warner. Afternoon guests in addition to the dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Brandt and boys, Ervin Klinksiek, Pam and Denice, Mrs. Jerry Warner of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner and boys of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Busch, Las Vegas, Nev., arrived at the parental Alvin Busch home Monday. Mrs. Dallas Green and Mrs. Ella McDonald we re in Rochester Thursday. Mrs. Green consulted a doctor and Mrs. McDonald visited her sister, Mrs. Ionian Devlne. Mrs. George Thompson spent Easter at the Charlotte and • Jannette Mason home in Lu- Verne, and the week following with Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Zweifel at Corwith. Mrs. Fred Junkermeier was a guest at the home of her daughter • and family, the John Vokouns at Woden, for Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans, Swea City, were Easter dinner guests at the Earl Jorgensons. • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jorgenson and girls were dinner guests at the Don Hagedorn home at Blue Earth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog and Naricy spent the weekend with their daughter and sister, Betty, Minneapolis. They visited the Roy Herzogs in Albert Lea en- route. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol were Easter dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Lillian Worthington at Lone Rock. Easter dinner guests at the Arlowe Blome home were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blome, Mr. and THURSDAY - f RJDAV - "Ghost In Invisible Bikini" - 7:35 9:30. SATURDAY ^ "Ghost in Invisible Bikini" . 2:05 - 7:35 - 9:30. SUNDAY - "The Sttence^s". ; » 1:30 * 3:35 «• 5:45 - 7;50 «• 10:00. ' MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - "The Silencers" 7:27 - 9:35. Mrs. Ronald Heetland and famfly, Mr. and Mrs. Veraon Smith and famfly, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulson and family, and Mrs. Glenn Mabos and boys, all of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Heetland and family of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heetland and family of Bloomingtou, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Dem Voeltz and Allen of Rochester, Minn., Donna Paulson of Des Moines and Gary Edwards of Ames. The dinner was also in honor of Douglas Blome, who was confirmed Palm Sunday at tbe Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Dontje and family, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler and boys and Mrs. Louise Mechler of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Henrietta Dontje. Kent Mechler is spending this week with his grandmother Dontje. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ehrich and family of Ottumwa visited her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Gilbertson, over the weekend. Mrs. Adam Wilhelml and Mrs. Charles Hinkle visited Mrs. Ray Estle Saturday. Mrs. Estle was a guest of the David Winters Sunday and attended Easter services at the Presbyterian church in Lakota at which time the Winters' daughter, Donna, was baptized. Other guests were Mrs. Edna Winter and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burt and family. Mrs. T.qHan Brack was a guest at the Wilson Bracks Palm Sunday and attended services at the Presbyterian church in Lakota. Patty Lewis was a member of the confirmation class there. Other guests at the Bracks were Lawrence Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Hanson and Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht. Mrs. Marie Halvorsen and Marvel spent Easter with Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson and family in Waterloo. Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson returned to her home bete Sunday. She spent several days with her daughter and family, the Wffliam Conpanger, Jrs., at Elmote following her release from tbe Bine Eartt hospital. the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pntman of Lakota was baptijted Sunday at Sacred Heart Catholic church. She was named Lori Anne. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Alma Gelhaus were Mr. and Mrs. William Bauman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vlgel Gelhaus and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Marshal and Bfenda of Esther- tille. Mr. andMrs.OMellKnotts and sod of Algona were afternoon and supper guests. Mrs. Jon Gilbertson was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Friday and released Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Lou Junkermeier were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier and family and Mr. and Mrs. Caryl Owen and family of Winnebago. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Busch and family spent Easter with her parents, the Clarence Wes- tres at Humboldt. Nine members of the Tim Doocy family along with their families enjoyed Easter together at the Legion hall. Here for the day were Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy and family of Brownsdale, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doocy and family of Blooming Prairie, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Engelby and family of Austin, Mr. aod Mrs. Roger Schwab and family of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Doocy and famfly of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doocy and famfly of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Rockier and famfly of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and famfly of Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Engelby and famfly and Dianne at home. In spite of its name, Indiana originally had fewer Indians than most other states and has practically none today. New Members Per A-O-K 4-H The Algona A. O. K.'s held their monthly meeting April 9 at the borne of Juanita and Jen- niter Ufflbaugn. Mrs. Limbangh and Mrs. jefrgeason were co- hostesses. The pledge of allegiance was led by Satan Jergenson. Senior workshop was scheduled for April IS. the better groomed girl for this month is Judy Berger. the dub welcomed two new members, Misty Lloyd and Dorothy Frideres. The 4-H pledge was led by Jennifer Llmbaagh. talks were giten by Susan Me- Etoy and Linda Helmer. Demonstrations were given by Sasan McGolre, Debbie StarJet, Susan Jergenson, and Sharon Menneke. A delicious Itffleh was served. ,: Doris McGvoy and Theresa Berger are leaders. Knitting a piir of nylon ttoeft* Ingi involve* aotne two ttrffflet Mptnte optttl'dftt oft about three mile* of filament A htuntfi being wwild need two month* to do the Job but a machine <*a do it in three tnltmttt. WED. thru SAT. . APRIL 13 ... 16 SECOND BIG HIT Something scandalous always happens when... 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