The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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Moln.i , O «fob«r 97, 1966 'What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?' mmmii^^X^!WKtfiass^e^^m^s^<«>a a , x ^ -^ * Out for a ride on a bicycle built for four are Sicilian beauty Glovanna Ralll, Infantry Lieutenant James Coburn, Italian Captain Sergio Fantonl and Infantry Captain Dick Shawn, In the new World War n comedy, "What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?" The Mlrlsch Corporation presentation which was produced and directed by Blake Edwards opens Sunday at the Alfona Theatre. Released by United Artists In Color, the comedy was written for the screen by William Peter Blatty. MRS. PERRY LOWMAN accompanied Mrs. Art Olsen to Iowa City, Saturday, to visit Mr. Olsen who is a patient there. MRS. HENRY BRUNS was visited over the weekend by her grandson, Walter Bruns, Sioux Falls, who is to report for his army physical this week. MAJORCA J25O WEDDING RlUa 100 LOWELL tISO TO 1»73 WEDOINO RINO. 82. SO Guaranteed Against Loss Your Extra Protection from REGISTERED DIAMOND RINGS Replacement is guaranteed for a year, if any Keepsake diamond is lost from its setting. Also you get a perfect cen- ter diamond, lifetime trade-in value and permanent registration. King* .• In «h.iw Ti.uii-M.ik Hri< WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA PERSONALS MR. AND MRS. Gene Hood spent the weekend at Bloomington, Minn, visiting their daughter, Mary Jean, who teaches there. MR. AND MRS. Grady Phillips went to Grinnell on Sat. to attend Homecoming and Parents Day. Their daughter, Gayle, is a sophomore. K. THOMAS SPECHT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Specht of Algona, is home on furlough from the Air Force. He has completed a training course at Keesler Air Force Rise, Mississippi, in a communications school, and expects to be reassigned to an AFB • in England. His furlough runs until Nov. 15. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Purcell and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Waller and sons Steve and Jack took in the Drake- Western Kentucky football game , in Des Molfles Saturday. ••,;-«,"*DAVID AND LINDA Pratt are visiting their 'grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt. TOM RICKLEFS, student at the University of Iowa, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ricklefs. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson and Harold Schumacher of Whlttemore spent Saturday at Sumner, visiting Mrs. Hobson's brother, and Sunday visited Mrs. Schumacher who is a patient at University Hospitals in Iowa City. a festive assortment of luscious fruits You'll love the way PICKWICK'S whimsical garland of orange, gold and olive fruits will brighten your table. Franciscan Whitestone Ware is completely safe in your oven and dishwasher ...easy on your budget too! Choose from many accessories —add individual pieces at any time. tobitestone 45 pc. service for 8-only $39^ > open stock value $72.35 \ '•r. WILTGEN JEWELERS HOE, STATJ AL00NA MR. AND MRS. Robert Schnltz are here from Long Beach, Calif./ and are visiting relatives and friends In Algona, Humboldt, and Mallard until they return home on October 30. Mrs. Sdraltt Is the sister of Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley. MRS. HENRY LUND spent from last Monday til Friday at Ottumwa as delegate to the Rebekah assembly. She was accompanied by Gladys Doyle of West Bend. MR. AND MRS. Aide an Me- Adams took a trip along the Mississippi, going to the McGregor area and then to Minneapolis. HAROLD HUTCHINS, resident at the Good Samaritan Home, was taken to St. Ann hospital Friday. MRS. ED BOWMAN recently flew to Columbia, S. C. to visit her daughter, June and husband, James Smith. Mr. Smith is in service there. MR. AND MRS. K. D. Long spent last weekend at Worthlng- ton, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. iVm. Ossmes, brother and sister- in-law of Mrs. Long. They were joined there another brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ossmes, Pipestone, Minn. DINNER GUESTS Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. William Ludwig were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Manus, Lori, Danny and Kurt, Burt. FRIENDS OF Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson, well-known former Algonans who now live at Spirit Lake, will be Interested in knowing they are preparing for their annual residence at Lakeland, Fla. during the winter months. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen attended the funeral Oct. 14 at Sherburn, Minn, for L. J. Anderson, 76, cousin of Mr. Hansen. Enroute home, they stopped at , Fairmont to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Frisbie. MR. AND MRS. John Dutton hare as guest, Mrs. Fred Kol- walskl, San Francisco. The Kol- walskfs lived here a few years ago and are parents of Mrs. Jerry Dutton, daughter-in-law of the John Duttons. Devon Knits with ! pnnnnnnnrfl's'e »;B s 8 n • movie clock [QQBQQOQo oJiq_ojULtJt THURSDAY f thruSATURDAY- Complete program begins: 7:00 - Paris"*:34 p.m.' SATURDAY KIDDIE -HALLOWEEN MATINEE - Complete program begins: 1:30 p$i. - "Sandokan the Great" - l:52p.m. SATURDAY HALLOWEEN LATE SHOW -Complete program begins: 11:10 - "Premature Burial' : 11:16 - "Unearthly Stranger": 12:40. SUNDAY - Complete program begins: 1:00 - 2:59 -5:14 - 7:29 p.m. "What did you do in the War Daddy?" 1:00 - 3:15 - 5:307:50 - 9:49 p.m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete program begins: 7:009:20 p.m. "What did you do in the War Daddy?" : 7:21 9:32 p.m. ALGONAi KIDDIES HALLOWEEN MATINEE SAT., OCT. 29 HEROISM AND HIGH ADVENTURE' M-G-M prttenti STEVE REEVES THE GREAT TECHNISCOPE'TECHNICOLOR PLUS 2 CARTOONS COME IN COSTUME PRIZES FOR BEST THREE MATRON ON DUTY TO HELP THE SMALL FRY LGONA SATURDAY, OCT. 29 RAY MIllAND PREMATURf BURIAl PLUS 'UNEARTHLY STRANGER" "Wintuk" of 1OO% Orion* With price* going up all over . , . Devon'i rebelling! They've kept the price down and jacked up the quality on these great sweaters. How's that possible? . . . with "Wintuk" DuPont'i great yarn that's crisp of color and hand, resilient, so easy care. Pullovers and cardigans In all Fall's compelling colors. 36*40. each Charge It and Save, too at S & I THURS. . ft|. • SAT., OCTOBIU 27 . 28 • 29 ALGONA B/tck tome sht couldn't qti ifce swfftq of h...bur h PAitis the WAS AM Ovtttmqftt ScNSAtfcxri UNN-IMRGRET • LOUIS JOURDAN • RICHARD CRENIW [DIE ADHMS • CHAD EVERETT «^ JOHN McGIWR * muM •«* fctwcoio* PLUS SUN. thru WED, OCT. 30 - 31 - NOV. 1 - 2 A.LGONA nUWU«tt.Y...COUWWIOO«.Y...BICKU«nY...THi KMM ASKS THE MOST TICKLISH QUESTION OF WORLD WMX "WHATOIDYOU DO INTHEWAMADOYr JAlSCOBURN DICK SHAWN SERGIO FANTONI 6IOVANNARAUIMORAY the store whoro your dollar will do tho most •TO-COAST PERMANENT ANTI-FREEZE l-ONE FILLING LASTS ALL WINTER! 1« GAL. GUARANTEED PROTECTION FOR YOUR CAR Ethylane Glycol permanent antl-freeie. 50-50 mix protects to 34 degrees below zero. (AX0105-5) OTHER ANTI FREEZE FOR YOUR CAR AS LOW AS 75c GAL: Reg. $5.98 KEEP FEET WARM AND DRY 9 eyelet Insulated pae boot with unteetlutar foam. Insulotlon. Boys' si so 3 to men's size 12. (SC4100.4-SC4122-8) EASY IRONING FROM UNIVERSAL, This <Mux« •pray, steam and d«/ Iran answers •v«ry Ironing n««d. Magna-Vus dial points* •nlargu ••tllngs, (WS0045*2) $18.95 997 PROTECTIVE WORK GLOVES 34C Men's worm double thick flannel work gloves* Knit wrists. (HCOOSS-O) BATTERY CHARGER COTTON ACCENT RUG Reg. 99c GLASS WRAPT c APE Accurate, 4 amp. 6 or 12 volt, UL. approved. Charges average batteries evemight. (AJ0756>3) Foam rubber base means rug fits A full 50 ft. of 3 In. fibre-glass snugly to the floor. Asserted tape with 50 ft. of 2 In. aluminum (FR0035-7) vinyl outer wrap. (PG0086-5) OIL. MAXUM LONG RANGE HIGH BASE SHOTSHELLS Extra harj shot. Pur« holr f«l» wait. Triple wot»r. proof. No, 4, 5, 6, and 7ft shot. ($81014-6 •• POX OF 2$ A WATER PUMP LUBRICANT AND RUST INHIBITOR (AC0623-3) B RADIATOR FLUSH (ACOol5*2) C RADIATOR STOP LEAK (ACWW-3) 3 FOR i Coast-To-Coast Store ALGONA ID WOIF, Qwntr PHONi 295,5432

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