The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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10-Algona, (la.) Uppftr D«i Molntt Thursday, August 11, 1966 Minor Crash David L. Steinberg, 18, Buffalo Center, escaped injury when the auto he was driving went out of control on highway 9 a mile east of Lakota and slammed into a power pole at 5:45p.m. Sunday. He told Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, who investigated, that the brakes locked. He was charged with falling to have control and damage to the auto was estimated at $300, while $20 damage resulted to the pole. Achievement Day BANCROFT - The Bancroft Busy Bees held their meeting at the public school building on Aug. 2 at 7:45 p.m. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Kathleen Becker. Roll call was answered by 12 girls. Mrs. Gutknecht of Lakota judged the girls on the things they had made. Janice Kennedy and Janet Goche were chosen to go the dress review at the Kossuth County Fair. Lunch was served by the club. NOTHING CAN FAZE "MODESTY BLAISE" STARTING SUNDAY ALGONA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY AUGUST 12 - 13 STARLITE - LflTESHOW WEDNESDAY Through SATURDAY AUGUST 10. 11 - 12 - 13 III STARLITE 2 FIRST RUN ATTRACTIONS FANTASTIC FRIGHTENING TWO UNEARTHLY, SPINE TINGLING ADVENTURES! BQHisKARIPFF 'ROM AMERICAN / INTERNATIONAL COLORSCOPF BARRY SULLIVAN NORiuBENGELL Monica Vitti and Terence Stamp share steller honors with Dirk Bogarde in "Modesty Blaise," the 20th Century-Fox "op-pop-bop" thriller attraction filmed in Europe in widescreen and De Luxe color. Many Reunions Held Recently At Ottosen OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrs. August Flores and sons of Humeston and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nilges and sons of Hawkeye were Saturday overnight guests of the H. D. Bensons. Sunday they all attended the Kee reunion at the Commercial Club. There were ten in Mrs. Benson's family (Kee) and seven brothers and sisters are left. Of these, all were present with their families, except one who lives in California. This was their first reunion and 54 persons attended. Mrs. Jennie Bratland attended the Olson-Haugland family reunion at Emmetsburg Sunday. About one hundred persons attended. Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Mrs. Essie Cooper attended the Brown family reunion at Boone Sunday. Fifty persons were present. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen, Peg, Scott and Beverly left Friday for a week's vacation to the Wisconsin Dells, Carlos, Minn., and Lake Superior. Taking care of things at the Kampen farm were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shiflett and Merel Ludwlg. The Mersch family reunion was held at Presentation hall,; at Whittemo'r'e Sunday. TheClenr Ludwig family attended from here and also their daughter, Ann of Des Moines, and Mrs. Mary Leitl. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madsen and family of Sheffield spent a couple days this week on vacation at the Amana Colonies and various points of interest in Iowa. Mrs. Louis Jacobson was in charge of Alms's store during their absence. Sunday picnic guests attheLeo Toftebergs were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hinz, Walter and Henry of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Bratland of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ostrum and Sheron of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Abel and family of Kasson, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Palsic and family of Osage, Gloria Tofteberg of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pooch, Mr, and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nafke of Sommers. They celebrated three birthdays, Gloria Tofteberg's, her grandmother's, Mrs. Mike Hinz, and Mrs. Herman Pooch's. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer attended the wedding Saturday of Earl Lehman of Vincent and Judy Boy sen at St. Olaf Lutheran church at Austin, Minn. Enroute home, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Balgeman at Lyle, Minn. Mrs. Richard Kinseth's piano students presented a recital at 7 o'clock Sunday at the Lutheran church. About 75 persons attended. Pupils who played selections were Dennis Banwart, Mark LeMont, Diane Fuller, Judy Halsrud, Kim Struthers, Kathy Hundertmark, Diane Telford, Debbie Jones, Brenda Jacobson, Michele Harms, Bonnie Jacobson, Kristie Struthers, Debbie Telford, Yvonne Banwart, Linda LeMont and Nancy Frieden. Pupils who were unable to attend were Jana and Amy Wehrspann, Beverly and Virginia Struthers and DeAnn and Mavis Bruellman. Lunch was served in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem attended services Sunday at the Congregational church, Klemme. Their son, Paul, gave the sermon as the pastor is on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters attended the Osborn family reunion at Fairmont Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams and Kathy spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cooper and Chad at Traer. They celebrated Kathy and Chad's birthdays which were both August 8. HOSPITAL NEWS AUGUST 3 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koppen, Whittemore, boy, 4 pounds, 9 oz.; . Mr. and Mr. and IMrs. Marion * !Casey; LuVerne, boy,', 8 pounds, 9 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. Philip Vaske and baby, Bancroft; Mrs. Howard Eisch'en and baby, Livermore: Kevin Carpenter, -Bancroft; Daniel Schoo, Ottosen, Frank Metzger, Algona. AUGUST 4 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. DeLane Pooch, Algona, girl, 4 pounds, 2 1/2 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. Richard Christensen and baby, Mrs. John Roeder, Algona. AUGUST 5 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mergen, Algona, boy 7 pounds, 3oz.; admitted: Delmar Clopton, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Marvin Leigh and baby, Carrie Durant, Algona. AUGUST 6 - Admitted: Mrs. Carol Tietz, Michael Tietz, Fenton, accident; Lucille Johnson, Algona, medical; Anna Muller, Whittemore, medical; Baby Koppen, Whittemore, boarder; dismissed: Mrs. Ralph Koppen, Joseph Bonnstetter, Whittemore. AUGUST 7 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schiltz, Algona, boy, 7pounds, 91/2 oz.; admitted: Vern Krull, Algona, Surgery; Jerome Elbert, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Marion Casey and baby, Lu Verne. AUGUST 8 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Zane Dodds, Algona, boy, 7 pounds, 5 1/2 oz.; admitted: Vivian Kuhn, Christina Thilges, Donald Ludwig, Algona, medical; Baby Carol Denise Pooch, Algona, boarder: Bruce Kent, Mary Louise Bond, Marcia Wagner, Algona, T & A; Clifford Hamson, Albert Lea, accident; dismissed: Mrs. DeLane Pooch, Delmar Clopton, Algona, John Karels, Bancroft. Now In Progress ... Angels Second In American move clock 0 0 0 < THURSDAY thru SATURDAY"Promise Her Anvthin<r"-7:00- 10:06, "Village Of The Giants" 8:48. SATURDAY KIDDIES MATINEE Cartoons 1:30 - "Smiley"-l:54. SUNDAY- "Modesty Blalse"- 1:30-3:46-6:02-8:18. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY"Modesty Blalse"-7:00 - 9:16, .ALGOZxiAl SPECIAL KIDDIE MATINEE SAT,, AUG. 13. 140P.M. | Notes Of Servicemen The Angels placed second, behind the Tigers and Orioles in the American Little League, with a 5-3 record this year. Members of the squad are shown here. In the front row, left to right, are Kevin Knoer, Dennis Peterson, Pat Cooper, Paul Martin, Steve Sheakley and Lonnle Carlson. Second row, left to right, John Peterson, Tom Kajewski, Harold Bestenlehner, Brian Will and Coach Jim Peterson. Missing when photo was snapped were Steve Harris, Terry Buscher, Robert Cardaro, Terry Bilyeu and Kris Meyer. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide technically trained personnel for the nation's areospace force. Airman Zaugg was graduated from Garrigan High School in 1966. A.O.K. Met Algona A. 0, K. Club Achievement Day was held Thursday. The three judges were Mrs. Keith Mrs. Swanson and Mrs. Nichols. There will be 75 fair entries in the sewing, cooking and home furnishings projects. In the evening at 7:30, aprogram for the public was held. "Whispering" was sung by Sharon Menke and Judy Thomsen. Four demonstrations were given by Debbie Studer and Suzanne Holtzbauer, Becky Meyer and Janis Haag, Judy Ta'phorn and Kathy Lallier and Judy Berger. A style show was also held. Winners were Sharon Menke (Senior), Judy Thomsen - alternate Juanita Limbaugh(Intermediate), Becky Meyer alternate, Jennifer Limbaugh (junior), Debbie Studer alternate. SMILEY rr PLUS 3 COLOR CARTOONS THURSDAY Through SATURDAY AUGUST 11 - 12 - 13 SEVEN ARTS-RAY SW n asswuton in9i PARAMdJNT PICTURES pfesenl feme .» './•* / ^^^ i JE ;,.'/•#• - SECOND FEATURE TEEN-AGERS ZOOM TO SUPERSIZE AND TERRORIZE A TOWN! BiMdon "The rood ffl Tin Call" n,H.G. WELLS An Embassy Pictures Release ,. COLOR SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Airman Dwight J. Dorenbush, son of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Dorenbush of. Lakota, Iowa, ; has 'been selected for technical training at Chanute AFB m., as a.U. S. Air Force aircraft equipment repairman. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide technically trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. Airman Dorenbush was graduated from Lakota Cons. High School in 1966. - o- 2 Get Degrees SAN ANTONIO, Tex- Airman John R. Zaugg, formerly of 322 S. Smith, Algona, Iowa , has been selected for technical training at Chanute AFB, Dl,, as a U. S^ Air Force aircraft equipment repairman. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Some 935 degrees were awarded by the University of Iowa Wednesday evening, Aug. 10, at summer Commencement exercises. Algona students who were candidates for degrees at ceremonies at 7:30 p.m. in the Iowa Field House were Manuel Febles and Adolfo Franco, M. A. in Spanish. . Attend Meeting Seven representatives of the Production Credit Association at Emmetsburg attended a two-day conference for PCA directors and managers, Aug. 8-9, at Des Moines. Emmetsburg PCA representatives included President C. H. Arthur, Spirit Lake; Vice President R. B. Chambers, Emmetsburg; Robert Place, Armstrong; Rexford Hansen, Ruthven; Kenneth Patterson, Burt; Acting Manager Arthur Wetland andLe- land Frederick Ass't Manager. Wed 60 Years Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lee, Bode, will celebrate their 60th anniversary with open house from 2-5 p.m. Aug. 21 at St. Olaf Lutheran church Parlors, Bode. No invitations have been issued. Relatives and friends all welcome. No gifts please. Their children will be hosts. SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14 -15 - 16 -17 ALGONA deadliest ferrate MONICA VITTI- TERENCE STAMP* DIRK BOGARDE BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE Many school supply needs specially priced. We have a posted list of school supplies suggested by Algona grade schools and St. John's at Bancroft. mf %P I I %Ji J^l j^l II %J WE GIVE AND REDEEM TOP GIFT STAMPS KLIN PRICES GOOD AT BOTH STORES DOWNTOWN STORE AND DUNN'S SURi*SAVE

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