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!2-AI«*na, (lo.) Upp«r 0«t W*dne«dey, Nov. 23, 1964 Jerry Lewis sits between Dennis Weaver, as Hoffman, and Howard Morris, as Schmldlap, upon his arrival on the moon with Connie Stevens to replace these weathernauts in the U. S. station there. It's from 20th Century-Fox's comedy, "Way . . . Way Out," in Cinemascope and DeLuxe Color. It's at the Algoni Theatre starting Sunday, Nov. 27. AROUND ALGONA miff MR. AM) MRS. Lynn Kueck will spend Thanksgiving in Spirit Lake with Mrs. Kick's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted McNeill. DR. AND MRS. Kevin Nash plan to go to Fort Dodge for Thanksgiving dJnner with Mr, and Mrs. M. E. Joselyn. MRS. LEO Cassel went to Wl- nona, Minn., Tuesday to pick up her daughter, Michele, who will be home for Thanksgiving vacation. MR. AND MRS. Jim Geelan will have as guests for Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geelan of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan of Whittemore, parents of Mr. Geelan, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder. MRS. D. J. Shey entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. Winning scores were held by Mrs. W. B. MacDonald and Mrs. Gordon Winkel. CAROL PRIEBE OF Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Poeppe. THE SOROPTOMIST Club of Algona held their business meeting at the Algona Hotel Tuesday. Guest speaker was Mary Alice Coady from the Social Security office in Fort Dodge, who's subject was Medicare. MR. AND MRS. A. E. Obrecht, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ferden attended the wedding of their nephew', Gary Kaiser, at Breda, Saturday. MR. AND MRS. Steve George have named their new son Ty Alan. The baby was born Nov. 14. BOB LOSS, well known Algona farmer, has been in Rochester and some surgery seemed probable as a result. MR. AND MRS. RUSS Waller, sons Steve and Jack, took in the Drake U. - Omaha U. football game at Omaha last Saturday. The Waller son, Tom a senior at Drake, played his last scheduled game In three years of competition for Drake. He has been invited to play at Cedar Rapids, Dec. 3, in the Iowa All- Star Senior bowl, In which seniors from other schools in Iowa, headed by S.C.I., Drake, Luther, etc. Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Waller also took in the game at Omaha. MR. AND MRS. CASEY Loss were in Des Moines last Friday where the former attended a meeting of the State Board of Regents of which he is a member. THE ROBERT PALMERS moved recently from New Orleans where he has been employed by the Boeing Co. for the past eight years, to State College, Pa., where he is now with Peat Marwlck Mitchell Co. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. James Palmer, Algona, and will work in the Penn State ordnance research lab, which is under contract to develop an anti-submarine warfare system for the U. S. Navy, Robert is a graduate of Algona High, Iowa State U,, and completed graduate work at Loyola University, New Orleans. VETERAN VOTERS Henry Thomas, 100-year-old Norway resident, voted once again this year, making his record of voting since 1887 perfect. He has never missed an election. Oscar Braden, 99-year-old Malvern resident, has voted In some 39 elections since 1888. He voted once again in the 1966 election. St. Joe C.D.A. Receives Five New Members ST. JOE - C. D. A. held a regular meeting Nov. 16 with a pot-luck dinner at 6:30 and reception of new members. District Deputy Mrs. George Montag of West Bend, with the officers of St. Joseph's court were In charge of the ritual. New members are Mrs. James Schade, Mrs. Cletus Salz, Mrs. Harold nig, Mrs. Dennis Holmes and Florence McGuire. An instructive talk and welcome was given by the district deputy. Mrs. Bud Mertz, West Bend, accompanied Mrs. Montag. The Court will sponsor a breakfast and bake sale Nov. 20 in St. Joseph's school hall with half the proceeds given to the Bishop's Charities. Officers and past grand regents are Invited to a Guest Night Nov. 8 at West Bend. The Court discussed and plans to assist with securing a part-time certified remedial reading teacher for St. Joseph's grade school, suggestion made by the county superintendent. Lecturer Mrs. David McGuire spoke on "A Catholic Daughter." The annual Christmas party will be held Dec. 14 at the regular monthly meeting with a potluck dinner preceding the meeting and party. A one dollar gift exchange will be held during Santa's visit. All service boys from the parish will receive a spiritual bouquet Christmas card so addresses are to be given to Mrs. Damian Centgraf. The Court will contribute to the "New Eyes For The Needy," An autumn motif was carried oat at the dinner with gold and brown candles and flowers. Sister M. Missael and Mrs. John Hilbert received the door prizes, with Mrs. Albert Thilges receiving the birthday gift. - o - Mrs. Reinald Salz returned to her home in Ottumwa Saturday after a visit here with her mother, Mrs. Anna Faber, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Werllng took her home and spent the weekend with the Salz family. Mrs. John Becker, a patient in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge for several weeks, Is now at the Good Samaritan Home, Algona. Mrs. Orville Wagner entertained the R-Nu 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Tony Weydert, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving prizes. The club will have their Christmas party Dec. 18 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klrsch. Mrs. Nick Bormann, Livermore, was a guest Thursday at the 500 party at the home of Mrs. JohnThul. Receiving prizes were Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs. Nick Bormann and Mrs. Susie Kramer. Mrs. Tony Becker entertains the club Dec. 1. 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