The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 15
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Two ledyard Persons Hurt In Accident Two Ledyard drivers were hospitalized with injuries received at 1 p.m. Wednesday in a two-car collision southwest of Elmore. Mrs. Vern Anderson, 56, received chest injuries and head lacerations and John A. Kramer- smeier, fractured ribs and head injuries. Both were taken to the Blue Earth Community Hospital from the accident scene. The accident happened at a blacktop and gravel road intersection a mile south and seven miles west of Elmore. There were about $1,000 damages to the 1965 Anderson Chevrolet and the 1966 Buick driven by Kramersmeier was said to be dmolished. Charges were filed against Kramersmeier for failure to yield at the Intersection. Algona Man's Father Dies, Charles City Abraham H. Mullen, 106, Charles City, Floyd county's oldest resident and father of Andrew Mullen, rural Algona, died Oct. 10 at a nursing home there. Funeral services for him were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Grace Methodist church at Floyd. Burial was at Oakwood cemetery there. Mr. Mullen was ahomesteader in Wyoming, but drought forced him to return to Iowa to farm. Besides the son here, survivors include three other sons, two daughters, 40 grandchildren, 96 great-grandchildren and 18 great-great-grandchildren. U-Go-l-Go The U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club held its monthly meeting at the county Extension building. Fifteen members were present. Diana Muller gave a talk on the qualities of a club officer. Business was election of officers. New officers are: president, Marsha Winter; vice, president, Diana Muller ; secretary, . Sue Bullock; treasurer, Becky Tielebein; historian, Sherry Bulten; reporter, Joyce Sifert j photographer, Debbie Bulten; assistant, Debbie Missal; parliamentarian, Di'ana Muller } recreation chm., Debbie Sewick; music, Phyllis Pentecost; health, Linda Hauser; safety,.Charlotte Lemkee; special activity chm., Diane Winter. The club decided meetings should be held the first Monday of each month for 1967. A skating party was also discussed. Guests were Mrs. Eugene Muller, Mrs. Gene Abbott and Marlene Golwitzer. Will Dedicate Rev. Robert Lorenz, pastor of First Lutheran church, announced today that the church parsonage will be dedicated on Reformation Sunday, Oct. 30. Announcement of time will be made later. Decision of the dedication was made at a meeting of the church council Monday evening. Presiding at the meeting was acting chairman of the council, Ray Gilbert. ST. JOE Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Eldon and Peter spent Sunday in Sioux City with Sister M. Letitia at Briar Cliff College and with Sister M. Eleanor at St. Anthony's Home. Sister M. Letitia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding. Mrs. Harold Reding entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday and was to undergo surgery on Friday. Mrs. Dale Chicoine, Jefferson, So. Dak., will be with her mother and help care for her, Virgil Wagner, son of Mrs. Adeline Wagner, senior student at Iowa City, spent the past weekend here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Larsen and son, Ankeny, spent the past weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker and family. Nicki McGuire, son of Mr, and Mrs. Luke McGuire, Burt, spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Barbara. Friends from here attended a pre-nuptial shower Sunday at Llvermore for Roberta O' Donnell, bride to-be of Robert Lenertz. Miss & Donnell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0'- Donnell of Forest City, and Robert Lenertz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz, will be married Oct. 15 at Forest City. Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE: UPPER DBS MOINES PUB. CO. in Algona-competitive catalog prices. "THE GREAT RACE" AT THE ALGONA THEATRE SUNDAY The century's most astonishing and original automobiles play starring roles in "The Great Race," new Warner Bros, comedy in Panavision and Technicolor which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre. The cars, shown at left with suffragette-reporter Natalie Wood ready to start them off, cost about $25,000 apiece to build. They were constructed by a crew of Warner technicians and conceived by Danny Lee, special effects expert, and Ferdie Garrere, art director, both of whom are seen in the photo at right. The black car was developed to parallel the black character Jack Lemmon portrays In "The Great Race." It has a cannon to mow down enemies, a nose-cone to melt snow and ice, a smokescreen to cause confusion, and it rises 12 feet in the air to enable escape. The white car, made to suit the white spirit of Tony Curtis in the film, is simply a gorgeous, luxurious phaeton. Curtis, Lemmon and Miss Wood star in "The Great Race." Blake Edwards directed, Henry Mancini wrote the music of the mm. church meet Oct. 20. Circle I meets at Whittemore with Mrs. Russell Medin and circle 2 with Mrs. Clifford Riebhotf. - o - KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Perry Collins will be hostess to the Knit and Sew Club Wednesday. - o - TOASTMASTERS Assignments for the Toastmasters meeting Oct. 17 were: presiding TM Lockwood; prepared speakers, Bartholomew, Bode, Givens and Hemmingsen; general e valuator, Waller, assisted by Norton, T. Smith, Snyder and Steele; topic-master was Cassel; grammarian, M. Smith; and timekeeper, Kills- holm. - o - PLAN DINNER Algona Country Club women met Oct. 12 for their weekly bridge party with Mrs. Ed Wolcott as hostess. Winners were Mrs. Frank Zender, Mrs. V. C. Smith and Mrs. Ed Wolcott. The . Country Club Bridge Assn. will meet Oct. 19 for a 6:30 dinner and Delia Welter and Mrs. Phil Diamond will be hostesses. - o — HARVEY PECK'S recovery from the fall he had three weeks ago while doing some work in the barn is slower than expected. His neck and shoulders are involved to a considerable extent, but he is receiving treatment and is assured in a few more weeks he should be better. MR. AND MRS. Richard Demary, Joplln, Mo., are here to be with the former's mother, Mrs. Mattle McWhorter, who was taken to St. Ann hospital a few days ago but is improving. MR. AND MRS. John Gisch have received word of the birth of a son Friday to their son-in-law and daughter Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Guerdet of Swea City. The infant weighed 7 Ibs., and has been named David Lee. SUPT. O. B. LAING and County Supt. A. M. Quintard went to Sioux City Wednesday to attend a meeting of superintendents from various other towns. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henderson THURSDAY, OCT. 20,1966 Algona (la.) Upper Dftt Mofftt**! returned Oct. 12 from a 3-week trip to the west coast. At Long Beach Calif, they visited her sister Mr. and Mrs. Chet Boyd; at Sacramento they visited his brother Ray Henderson, his friend Glen Davis, and her sister, Mrs. Lena Henifin and family. The enjoyed a great deal of sightseeing. Mr. Henderson was on vacation from his work as depot agent,** w**A^ Home Fireproof Vaults and Chests - protect your valuable records, papers, etc. at low cost* $18.75 and up at THE UPI>fiR DBS M01NES. NOW PLAYING THRU SAT., OCT. 20-21-22 MATINEE SAT. - 1:30 P.M. ALGONA SUN. THRU WED. OCTOBER 23 - 24 - 25 - 26 ALGONA U. P. W. MEETINGS Circles of the United Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday, circle A with Mrs. Don Hemmingsen; circle B, Mrs. Oran Hudson; circle C, Mrs. Hal Long; and circle D, Mrs. Fred Pannkuk. - o METHODIST CIRCLES Circles of the Methodist church will meet Thursday as follows: Sept. with Mrs. Orville Gardner; Oct., Mrs. Clifford Teeter; Nov., Mrs. Chester Schoby;Dec.,Mrs. Fred Will; Jan., Mrs. Don Smith, Sr.; Feb., Mrs. Max Bartholomew; Mar., Mrs. Perry Collins; Apr., Mrs. C. R. McQuiston; May, Mrs. John Wilson; June #1, Mrs. Dick McGinnis; June #2, Mrs. Gary Sherman. SHOWER HONOREE A miscellaneous shower was given Saturday at the Algona Hotel for Ethel May Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Henry, whos.e marriage to Alvin Meyer will take place Oct. 25 at Wesley. It is also the twenty- third birthday of the bride-elect. - o MARINERS CLUB The Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church met Oct. 16 at 7:30 p. m. The program subject "Our Expectations for Future Life" was given by Andrew and Irma Crawford and Alwin and Henrietta Huenhold. - o BAPTIST WOMEN Circles of the First Baptist move clock SEVEN again... MAGNIFICENT again! HunttdbythtLtw... HittdbythtLtwIessI MRKCH PRODUCTIONS. INC lUKaBar.: i i Robert fuller Return qftiie Seven JULIAN MATEOS • IASHK MTU- vwuo M «• jtMjnriB- JORDAN CHRISTOPHER Tony Curtis JackLcntmon Natalie Wood The Great Race" EDWARDS'J . ,.: The Grpjii P>e Fight The Mad Automobile Race The Western Saloon Bra*l The She, k s Tent The Devilish Dir.gicycle The Fiend 5 Du^geo" Thp Sinu.ng iceberg Some of the gems in The greatest comedy oS all time! ,, ,, TICMNICOtCW PANAVISION- PROM WARM* MOt. • HI WEDNESDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete program begins 7:00 - 8:55 p. m. "Return Of The 7' - 7:23 - 9:26 p. m. SATURDAY MATINEE - Complete program begins - 1:30. "Return Of The 7"-2:01. SUNDAY - Complete program begins-1:00-4:09-7:23 p. m. "The Great Race" -1:41-4:458:06 p. m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete program begins—7:30. "The Great Race"-8:11. fl H3k£l4* See y ° Ur gas corr| P an y or appliance dealer; pick the mod- yi wOt ern gas range you want during the Great Autumn'Sale M * i&i i |Yi p| on S as appliances. The new gas ranges are beau- O Vl I vJ I 1111 ties. They look great and they cook great. They're also bargain buys r 'S nt now > wnere y° u see tne Grea t Autumn Sale displays. Gas makes the big difference. (Cpsts less, too.) Northern Natural Gas Company Thi »lMUm unlftf Html in II >mr iKll pi <» HOW MANY POINTS HAS YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT GONE UP THIS YEAR? If you had put $25,000 in a savings account on January 3 of this year, by September 2 that $25,000 would have bought stocks that were priced at $29,675 on January 3. This means that your savings account increased 18.7% in stock purchasing power in addition to paying generous earnings over this period. (These figures are based upon the Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks at the market close on these dates.) We're not saying that it is unwise to invest in the stock market. Far from it. The stock market is a vital part of our national economy, and stockbrokers perform a useful and necessary function. What we are saying is that many investors keep a substantial part of their estates in savings accounts in Insured Savings and Loan Associations such as ours. They have safety, liquidity and good earnings. And, if the stock market goes down, the value of their savings accounts goes up in terms of the number of shares of stocks they can buy. How many points has your savings account gone up this year? Saving makes the difference] Current Dividend Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Account* Fully Insured To $15,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 10 EAST STATE STIEET - AlOONA

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