FIRST MEETING Algona Country club women held their first bridge club meeting of the season May 4 with the following committee chosen: Delia Welter, chm., Mrs. Phil Diamond, co*chm., and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, publicity. Winners at bridge were Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Mrs. M. H. Honsbruch and Mrs. Ken Peifce. Mrs. 0. B. Harmes received the door prize. The next meeting will be May 11, a breakfast at 9 a. m., with Delia Welter, hostess. » o U*D CLUB Four Corners Mother and Daughter club will meet May 12 at the home of Herlinda Kirsch, with Sue Bjustrom assisting. Roll call will be "what I never get around to doing." Marguerite Kollasch and Annette Arend will have the program and Chic Chatter will be brought by Bernice Shaw. SON BAPTIZED Robert Lee, son of Pfc. and Mrs. Ronald Waldera, was baptized May 8 at St. Cecelia's church. Father Bruch performed the service. Sponsors were Mrs. Robert Peterson and R. G. Waldera who acted as proxy for S/Sgt. Robert Waldera who is stationed at Fort Monmouth, N. J. A dinner followed at the R. G. Waldera home with Mrs. Ronald Waldera and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Patterson, Jeannie andDonnle.Gina Waldera and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera present. - o GARDEN CLUB Algona Garden Club held their May meeting at Mrs. James Bakers with Mrs. H. S. Mongomery assisting hostess. Roll Call was answered by 15 members. A May arrangement by Mrs. Montgomery centered the tea THURS. thru SAT. MAY 12 - 13 - 14 ALGONA A BUST OF BLOOD-CURDLING TERROR FROM OUTER SPACE! _ A UNIVERSAL PICTURE COLOR SECOND FEATURE - GARY CLARKE CHRIS NOEL SPECIAL GUEST STARS I JAYtf!? AMERICANS BEAU BRUMMELS STARTING AT Starting at MIDNIGHT FRIDAY, MAY 13 .ADMISSION $1.00 ALGONA CATor or a thing too evil to mention? SECOND FRIGHT FILM YOU MUST PASS TNE'HSTEST TO PREPARE YOU FOR THE HORMFYIN8 EXPERIENCE hi AWdlCA* INIEttUTIOIUl HELIUM f IIMCHOUP PrntfMOft SUNDAY through WEDNESDAY MAY 15 • 16 - 17 -.18 ALGONA JAMES STEWART THE STAR OF "SHENANDOAH" IN THE ADVENTURE *i THAT MATCHES !! THE MIGHT \ V.Vltl/l/,/, Ii 1 OF TEXAS! iii BIG IHEA1RE COLOR •ii iii iii iii ill JAMES MAUREEN BRIAN STEWART OHARA KEITH RARE BREED TKCHNICOIOR' PANAVISION' MM*MMiMiaHm0«BM<9m | "<'* i| iiVHR*ppiii"niRiii | ^^ 4 CO-STARRING ' JULIET MILLS DON GALLOWAY Written by RIC HAROMAN • Directed by ANDREW V. McLAGLEN Pioduced by WILLIAM ALLANO • A UNIVERSAL PICTURE iii table. Mrs. C. L. Young introduced Lyle Riodinger of Kossuth County Conservation office who gave an illustrated talk on conservation practices. "It's Time To" was read by Mrs. C. B. McQuiston. tt was decided to postpone the animal flower show until late fall. The constitution was read and approved. The June meeting will be a 9:00 breakfast at the shelter house at Call State Park. Hostesses are Mrs. C. L. Young, Mrs. Emma Paetz and Mrs. Chas. Fox. - o RELATIVE WED The marriage of Anne Elizabeth Witmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Witmer, Des Moines, took place May 7 in Chicago where the bride has been employed for some time. The groom is Thomas Roy Ahern. The bride is a granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby and step-granddaughter of Mrs. Hazel Lusby. Anne has lived in Chicago for some time and the couple will be at home there. - o - SON BAPTIZED James Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutzell, was baptized in the Methodist church Sunday by Rev. Coughenour. - o - AT CONFERENCE Wesleyan Service Guild members who attended the Conference Guild meeting at Storm Lake Sunday were Mesdames Glenn Graham, Glen Seger, Louis Lynk and Miss Leona Smith. - o - FAMILY PICNIC Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kollasch of Whittemore have a new home and a family picnic was held there Mother's Day combined with open house in the afternoon. Relatives attending were Mrs. Clarence Bollig,. Howard and Don, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bollig, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Cletus. Muller, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. John Bollig; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollig, Seneca; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter, Armstrong; and Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger, Estherville. ';'„"" ;.'„'"' :"-,'o- . • •••• OBSERVE BIRTHDAY The birthday of Mrs. James Allen was observed Thursday evening at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Allen. Guests were the honoree's husband, sister Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, Duane Gebken and Janet Black. Light refreshments were served and the evening was spent socially. - o - PIONEER CLUB Forty years ago the Pioneer Co. was founded. Each year a dinner is given for the Twenty Year Club and this year the meeting was held April 22 at the Savory Hotel, Des Moines. Men eligible for this club are Charles Hardgrove, Ranny Leek, Alfred Semon, Ralph Valentine, Herb Hedlund, Wendell Jergen- "fHI RARE BREED" STARTS SUNDAY At ALGONA THEATRE NARROW ESCAPE — Jimmy Stewart rnres to the rescue of Maureen O'Hara and Juliet Mill* after their wagon it overturned during a wild stampede of longhorn Meem iri Universal'* Mirring western drama, "The Rare Breed," in Technicolor and Panuvinlon, son, Fred Schoby, Vernell Ludwig, James Will, Floyd Koepke, Ralph Dlekoff and Perry Collins. Because of other commitments, Mr. Collins was unable to be present. The'wives were also guests. - o - FAMILY DINNER A family dinner was held at the L. E. Hoveys Sunday in celebration of the birthdays of Mr. Hovey, Mrs. Hovey and Mrs. Dean Greethurst, St. Paul, Minn. Present were Messrs and Mesdames Dean Greethurst, Carol and Robert; Eldon Hovey, Tedj Bill and Bob, Hampton; and Gordon Hauck, Barbara and Janet, Humboldt. The son David is in service, stationed at Fort Rucker, Ala. - o MR. AND MRS. Wm. J.Dooley, West Bend, Wise., spent overnight at his sister's, Mrs. Dan Engesser. Mr. Dooley and his wife were enroute to St. Francis, S. Dak., where they visited their son Thomas Dooley, who is teach-. ing in the Indian Mission this year. THE DIOCESAN Council of Catholic Women officers of St. Cecelia parish, Algona, attended the Deanery Meeting at Sts. Peter and Paul church, West Bend. MR. AND MRS. Ed Goecke Have 'been visited by their son Jo'fin of th6' Air Corps who was here on a 15-day leave. He had been stationed at Amarillo, Tex., but was transferred to the Tyndall Air Base in Florida where it is expected he will remain for a year. MR. AND MRS. Charles Schaeffer had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Duane McGregor and family, Bancroft., Callers in the afternoon were Mrs. Betty Hill and Mrs. Lyle Christophers, Goldfield. MRS. ELIZABETH WOLFE has received word of the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. William Benson, Mapleton, Minn. Mrs. Benson was Dorothy Welp of Bancroft. MRS. ETHEL COLWELL and her sister, Mrs. Mabel Ruebel, Barnum, are going to Adel to spend the Mother's Day weekend with Mrs. Colwell's son-in-law HONOR Farmers Life Company HONOR AGENT OF THE MONTH Your area's Farmers Life agent has just won the honor of the outstanding Farmers Life Company agent for last month. He won this honor only because of people like you... who put their faith and trust in him and his company's ability to provide you with adequate, planned life insurance coverage. If you've never met your Farmers Life Company agent... we'd like to suggest that you do so...he's a good man to get to know! Yes, you benefit more...when you insure with FEMIC. LARRY C. JOHNSON 1509 E. North Algona, Iqwa Phone 295-3698 FEMTC FARMERS LIFE COMPANY HOME OFFICE: OES MOINES, IOWA BHHMW wwmBmp ^^wjd^^^^p WBRMP^^^^^^^W ^^^^^P w ^^^^^^^^^ and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Ban wart. MRS. ETHEL COLWELL had as guests Sunday her brother, Lester Hill and wife, Fort Dodge. MRS. LUKE HARTMAN, Mrs. Dwight Simpson and Mrs. Delmar Brandt attended a vacation church school meeting at Ruthven last week. MRS. C. N. ROBINSON and Mildred went to Spring Valley, Minn., and spent the Mother's Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, former Algonans. Mrs. Miller is a daughter of Mrs. Robinson. Tim Boekelman Wins $25 Bond Timothy Boekelman O f Garrigan has been selected for Fourth Place in the Tenth Annual National Maritime Poster Contest. For his original poster he has received a United States saving bond of $25. This year's contest' 'American Ships Chart America's Future" drew over 9,000 entries from nearly every state in the union. Timothy's poster, with those of the other winners, will be displayed in the lobby of the Mayflower Hotel during the National Propeller Club Convention in Washington, D. C. In addition to being a Golden Honor Roll student', Timothy has earned the Achievement Certificate of Superlative Merit and the Medal-pin in the A. P. S. L. nationwide Latin examination. John Platt Of Algona Honored IOWA CITY - Some 100 student leaders on the University of Iowa campus were guests of the Iowa City Chamber of Commerce Wednesday (May 4) at the ninth annual U of I leadership banquet. Nineteen student guests were "tapped" for membership in the U of I chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), leadership honor society for men . Among other students attending was John Platt, Algona law school freshman. Hi boats were practiced to simulate anti - PT boat operations. FORT RUCKER, Ala. - Pvt. David L. Hovey, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey, Algona, has completed a basic aviation mechanics course. He has been reassigned for a course in specialized training on the UH-1B Series Helicopter. Upon completion of the advance course, he will be qualified as a crew chief, and will be on a flying status. 4TH ARMORED DIV., GER. Army Pvt. Richard E. Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Steven, Sexton, was assigned to the 4th Armored Division in Germany, April 17. The 20-year -old soldier, a mechanic in Headquarters and Company A of the 4th Armored Division's 126th Maintenance Battalion in German, entered the Army in October 1965. He completed basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Steven, a 1964 graduate of Algona Community High school, was employed by the Kossuth Motor Co. before entering the Army. Name 2 Algonans Land Title Posts The Iowa Land Title Association annual convention was held May 1, 2 and 3, 1966 at the Town House Motel in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Al Buchanan of Buchanan Abstract Co., Algona and by Jim Peterson, secretary of Iowa Abstract and Title Co., Algona. Among the items covered on the Convention agenda was a discussion of the impact of the Uniform Commercial Code on real estate titles and a resume' of legislation pending in Congress, the last being covered by William McAuliffe, an executive of the American Land Title Association. Mr. Peterson was elected to the office of regional vice president of the Iowa Land Title Association for North Central District of Iowa. Mr. Buchanan was re-elected to the office of secretary - treasurer. Guilty Plea A 21-year -old Wells, Minn, man, James A. Wahl, was fined $200 and costs in district court here this week after entering a guilty plea to a charge of operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent before Judge Joseph Hand. The charge was filed after Wahl allegedly took a farmer's pickup truck near Elmore and used it in an attempt to get his own auto started. ADDING MACHINES & TYPEWRITERS At The Upper Dei Molnei. Thursday, May 12, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Det Moln«*-§ IpteTOT Servicemei •IHiOHIIlilHIUUIUIillllllllllllllllllllHIMIlDIIIHlJ LOMPOC, CALIF. - Staff Sergeant -Delmar L. Rieken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Rieken of 406 E. 14th St., Grand Island, Neb., recently helped launch a U. S. Air Force Titan D. intercontinental missile from Vandenberg AFB, Calif. Sergeant Rieken Is a missile pneudraulic repairman, at McConnell AFB, Kan., The launch was one of a series by Strategic Air Command combat - ready missUemen. The''sergeant is a former student at Long Pine (Neb.) high school. His wife, Marilyn, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cronk of Algona. USS PROVIDENCE - Seaman Apprentice Conrad E. Graham, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Graham of 5 E. Call St., Algona, participated in exercise "Gray Ghost" April 12-22, off the coast of Southern California, aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Providence. Exercise "Gray Ghost" involved 48 ships , air units and support forces practicing the many aspects of naval warfare. During the exercise the units conducted live bomb and rocket attacks, Uve shore bombardment simulated amphibious raids* and simulated rescue operations. Live surface attacks against remote controlled drone target THURSDAY and Friday "Agent For H. A. R. M."-7:009:50. "Wild Wild Winter" - 8:30. SATURDAY - "Agent For H. A. R. M. - 1:30- 7:00-9:50. "Wild Wild Winter" - 3:008:30. SATURDAY MIDNITE - "Tomb Of Ligeiia" - 12:05. "Dementia 13" - 1:25. SUNDAY - "The Rare Breed" 1:30 - 3:25 - 5:20 - 7:00 - 8:55. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "The Rare Breed" - 7:00 8:55. Jet To Puerto Rico Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Elbert of Whittemore left by jet last Thursday from St. Louis for Puerto Rico, as a reward for being one of 14 contest winners sponsored by the Chevrolet Motor Co. in a sales campaign for trucks. The trip is for five days, all expenses paid. Toditmaiter Hotti A tri-club meeting of the ft. Dodge, Algona and Mason City toastmasters will be held lit Algona Monday, May 16. fen members from Ft. Dodge plan to make the trip. INVINCIBLE METAL FUfU NTTURE frtnchlied dettet Upper Dei Motaftt Pab. C*. STARLITB SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY MAY 15 - 16 . 17 EVA MARIE SAINT te! m MlUVtm* »0 ftt»OCOlO» SECOND FEATURE - MOIL TLMMR5 FIRST RUN SHOWING WED, thru SAT. MAY H . 12 . 1. 14 S T A R L I T E DRIVE-IN ITi FOLK-STAR FESTIVAL NIGHT! ALL-TIME greats of ROCK'N ROLL TRADITIONAL BLUES COUNTRY WESTERN L and FOLK ROCK came > together for the biggest bash in the history of showbusiness! AMERICAN-INTBRNATION ACS AWARD SHOW ALL TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME! DAVID McCAUUM PETULA CLARK ROGER MILLIR JOANBAEZ RAY CHARLES ffiffi ** Ike&TinaTURNER THERONETTE8 BO DIDDLEY .COLORSCOPE NO BUCK NIGH1 THIS WEEK FRIDAY - SATURDAY MAY 13 - U AT MIDNITE AR£ YOU ON£ VWO SC4RC5 €4SY? When Panqer Appears Do YouK Goose Pimples Rise and Pop? T>O YOU LIK€ fRietlT fUN? The-BIQ- GOOSE BUMP RALLY AT OUR *RIDAY i»* 13* MIDNITE » mm i w wi rrf f lUMK^ •Raw?
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