The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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2-Algona (la.) Upper fat Moin*t Thursday, October 6, 1966 *LGON WALT DISNEY'S "LT. ROBIN CRUSOE" ALOONA THEATRE, THURS. THRU TUIS. CLUB AT LAKE Mrs. William Dau, Sr., entertained her bridge club all day last Tuesday in their trailer house at Okoboji. Mrs. Marie Lampright was a guest. - o- ATTEND RALLY Twenty women of the Trinity Lutheran Women's Missionary League attended the rally last week at West Bend. Guest speaker was Susan Hantelman, a missionary who will soon be returning to her field in Nigeria. - o - PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Arnle Rlcklefs entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Richard Burt was a guest. - o - DINNER GUESTS Mrs. Eva Delm and Mary . Belser entertained Mrs. Elmer Kelley and Mrs. Hugh Post at dinner Thursday. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Harold Lampright was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Finn entertained her bridge club on Wednesday. Members include Mrs. Wilbur Courtney, Mrs. Everett Anderson and Mrs. Grady Phillips. - o - PLAN LUNCHEON Women of the United Presbyterian church will meet Oct. 6 at 1:30 for a luncheon and general meeting. The topic will be "Social Education and Action." Mrs. Galen DeValois will be in charge and Circle D serves. - o - W. S. C. S. LUNCHEON Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Oct. 6 for a one o'clock luncheon. Lesson topic will be "Missionary In An Uprooted Society". Mrs. George Harris and Mrs. James Powell are chairmen. - o - FELLOWSHIP MEETS The Congregational Worn ens Fellowship will meet Oct. 6 for a one o'clock luncheon. Circle 2 will serve. A film, "Eden, U. S. A." will be shown. - o- BAPTIST WOMEN Women of the First Baptist church will meet Oct. 6. Hostesses will be Clara Keith, Betty Haag and Norine De Boom, and Mrs. Ron Bitz will give the lesson. OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lampright entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Lampright and her niece, Patty King. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe King and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch and Mrs. Marie Lampright. -o - KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Merle Webster entertained the Knit and Sew club Oct. 5. - o - IDLE HOUR CLUB The Idle Hour Bridge club met October 5 with Mrs. Milton Norton. - o- ENTERTAIN VISITOR Mrs. Nell McCall, former Al- gonan until she moved to Omaha, a tew months ago, is spending a week here, house guest of Mrs. Ann Hanson. Her relatives will come Sunday to take her home. Friday afternoon Mrs. Fern Foster is entertaining the canasta club to which Mrs. McCall belonged. - o - PLAYED 500 Mrs. Beecher Lane entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening, Oct. 5. - o - FAMILY REUNION A family reunion was held Sunday at the Ed Goeckes with 38 persons in attendance. - o - METHODIST NOTES Rev. William Noland of the First Methodist church will be in Des Moines October ; 4, 5, and 6. He went to attend Iowa V area Evangelistic Preaching Convention. Baptism of infants will be held Oct. 9 in the Methodist church. Those wishing the sacrament for their children are requested to contact Rev! Wil- ' liam Noland or the church office. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS October birthdays on the first floor at Good Samritan Home were observed Tuesday, the Pink Ladies doing the serving. GUINEA PIGS The Darel Tim sons, La Porte City, have a family business which grew out of a gift of a pair of guinea pigs to young Bonnie and Deelan Timson two years ago. The Timsons have had so far 118 guinea pigs. WEDDING FEAST - Aklm Tamlroff u the island chief has the last laugh on Dick Van Dyke, in Walt Disney's "Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N." Dick U enjoying the celebration, but doesn't know that he's been selected as the groom. Nancy Kwan plays the prospective bride in the Technicolor comedy. Georgia Thul Of St. Joe To Wed, December "Saint Joan 11 To Be Staged At Titonka George Bernard Shaw's "Saint Joan," a magnlfacent and important drama, will be given by The Bishop's Company in person at the Titonka Methodist church, Oct. 15, at 8 p.m. The Company, first repertory group of its kind in the world, presents this play by Shaw, considered by many to be the finest of several plays about the Joan of Arc. Staged by The Bishop's Company, "Saint Joan" finds heightened meaning in its new and vital form, »a masterpiece of theatrical excitement that seems if possbile, more significant today than when it first appeared. The Bishop's Company, internationally known touring group, has presented over 7,000 productions in a 14 year record of 23 national tours covering over a million miles. The Bishop's Company will appear in person under the sponsorship of Titonka Sr. Pay $21,000 In Federal Land Bank Dividends More than $21,100 in dividends will be paid to members of the Federal Land Bank Association at Algona this week, Manager Eugene H. Hutchlns has announced. Mr. Hutchlns said that the dividend checks would be mailed October 7th to farmers who own stock in the Association which serves Kossuth County. The Al- gona FLBA is entirely owned by the borrower- members it serves. "The Algona Association," he said, "has paid 26 dividends during the pact twenty years, returning a substantial amount of earnings to the members during this time." More than 340 farmers in the county served by the Association presently have $7,235,200 in long - term farm loans outstanding. / This is an increase of $1,127,900 over the same date a year earlier, he said. The Association is one of 90 farmer-and rancher-owned Federal Land Bank Associations in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming served by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha. The Associations own all of the capital stock of the Omaha Land Bank. Directors of the Algona Association are President Hugh Black, Algona; Robert Deal, Algona; Douglas Wildln ' Algona; Leander Menke, Swea City; and Marvin Junkermeier, Elmore, Minnesota. Algona spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Elbert. Donnle Frank! of South Sioux City, Nebr., spent the past weekend wltti his brother, Mike and family while Ronald and Gene were on National Guard duty at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole and grandsons, Matthew and Thomas, attended an antique ear gathering Sunday at Buena Vista Park, Peterson, la. A -CLAMifllD .**•• r i By Marguerite Hayes ifflfflniniiyiiiiiinntiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Mrs. Oliver Knudsen and Mrs. Gerald Coleman attended a shower for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Maas Saturday at the town hall in Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Maas were married Sept. 17. Patty and Dianne Goodman of I The FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION Of Algona, Iowa ANNOUNCES A DIVIDEND to stockholders of record May 31, 1966 Amounting to $21,168 to be paid October 7, 1966 Farmers who have Land Bank loans own tht Algonn FLBA and share in the earnings of the Association. 26 Dividends have been paid to stockholders during the past twenty years. The coming year will mark 50 years of service to agriculture by the Land Bank System. Eugene H. Hutchlns, Manager Federal Land Bank Association of Algona (South of Penneys, Algona, Iowa) . GEORGIA THUL Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thul announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Georgia, to Mark B. Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Elbert, Rodman. A late December wedding is planned. Miss Thul a 1965 Garrigan graduate, is employed at the Farmers Regional Office, Fort Dodge. Mr. Elbert, a 1963 Garrigan graduate, is engaged" in farming with his father. a a g iraTaTfl'B a a n »a movie clock a a a a o o o o o o Q o o o q THURSDAY - FRIDAY MONDAY - TUESDAY - Complete program begins: 6:008:48 - "Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN": 6:03 - 8:54 - "Run Appaloosa Run" : 7:58 - 10:45. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY complete program begins : 1:003:51 - 6:42 - 8:44. - "Lt Robin Crusoe, USN" - 1:06 3:57 - 6:48 - 9:34 - "Run Appaloosa Run" : 3:01 - 5:52 8:44. Thurs. - Fri. • Sat. - Sun. • Mon. - Tues. OCTOBER 6-7-8-9-10-11 PROGRAMS BEGIN: 6:00 P.M. - Thurs. • Fri. - Mon. • Tues. 1:00 P.M. - Saturday - Sunday ALCONA LOOK who has DICK up a tree— The hula-happiest chicks ever to capture a space age castaway! WALT DISNEY LT- ROBIN U.S.N DICK VAN DYKE* NANCY KWAN AKJMTAMIRQFF ALL LIVE, not * oartoon- A ROMANTIC MISADVENTURE ON A PARADISE ISLAND! ADMISSION: CHILDREN SOc ADULTS $1.00 The NOW Car*. More than just "new" cars. The Now Cars are designed from scratch for today's driving by today's drivers. They are cars on top of today, from a company on top of today: The 1967 American Motors. 1967 is the year we've been planning for, pointing toward. The year we bring you cars full of today's spirit, bursting with today's ideas. Cars with more room, more power, more safety; car* more exciting than any we've ever built! Engines for Now. Three sixes that, go like j&lljnts—'and four V-8s that weren't here a i/ear ago. The most modern engines in the industry, from an acceleration champ Six to the 343 cu. in. 4-bbl. Typhoon V-8. Innovations for Now. Convertibles that are true six-seaters. Wink lights visible from the side; rally lights that herald your approach. 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