The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1966 · Page 14
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Friday At The Atgona Theatre Suzanne Pleshette and Steve McQueen share the love interest in Joseph E. Levine's epic western "Nevada Smith", based on the character created for "The Carpetbaggers" by Harold Robbins which opens Friday at the Algona -rh'-atre in color and Panavislon through Paramount Pictures release. ALGONA TO ALL ...A if a GAYonc...wlffi BIG movie fun! ~~ ENDS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 A'-, JAMES OOND IN AS JAMES QONO IN GOLDFINGERl MO FRI. • SAT. - SUN. - MON. - TUES. DECEMBER 23 - 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 r JOSEPH LIEVINE pramnti Now a name... soon a legend. SIEVE M g qilEEN KAHL MAIDEN BRIAN KEITH MHUH KENNEDY .SUZANNE PUJHET1E 'NEVADA SMITH" CONTINUOUS SHOWING CHRISTMAS DAY STARTING - 1:30 P.M. SPECIAL MATINEE - MON., DEC. 26 - 1:30 P.M. Clous Rides Tpnite^. So w« hove a Special Treat s . MISTY 4 CARTOONS ML SCATS fOR AIL A0€$ GRABBAGS WITH SPECIAL PRIZES FREE SHOW TALL PAUL'S KIDS DAY WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28 - 1:30 P.M. "WINCHESTER 73" PLUS 4 CARTOONS STARTS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28 JERRY LEWIS Seneca Women Hold Xmas Program SENECA - Blakjer Lutheran Church Women held their Christmas party Thursday afternoon* Mrs. Ted Jensen had charge of the program which began with devotions by Pastor Harold Anderson. A Christian Woman Speaks program which had been presented on WCD, Spencer, recently, was presented by Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mrs. Henry Looft. A Christmas skit was presented by the officers of the auxiliary, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mrs. Melvin Bratrud and Mrs. Henry Looft, with group participation in favorite Christmas carols. Mrs. Curtis Olsen had charge of Worship Offering, a special offering being given to the Plymouth Youth Center of Minneapolis and the Book Mission. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. Henrietta Thompson and Mrs. Henry Wilberg. Guests in addition to Pastor and Mrs Harold Anderson Included Mrs Donald Heerdt and children, Wyoming, Mrs. Martin Charlton and children, also from Wyoming and Mrs. Louise Engstrom and children of Algona, also Mrs. Albert Bleich of Burt. - o- The Warren Woods of Livermore were hosts to the Vaudt family Christmas dinner and get- together on Sunday. Those in this area in attendance included Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker and son and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen will host their children and families at a Christmas party at their home on Monday evening, Dec. 26. Guests will Include Mr. and Mrs. Everett Zltterich and family, Teril, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and fam/ly of Maynard, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen and family, rural Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston and • family and Mr.- and Mrs. Daryle ' Preston. * Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt were pleasantly surprised Thursday evening when friends dropped in to help them observe their twentieth wedding anniversary. The self-invited guests included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newell, Mr and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Feye. Unable to be present were Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker and Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener. The guests brought refreshments and presented the honored couple with an anniversary gift. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family will join other members of their family for Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. Vaudt's parents, the C. K, Johnsons, Fenton, for Christmas Day dinner. Others joining them will be Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hannifan of Knoxville, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Doxon Zander of Walnut, Iowa, and Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona. The Johannesen family were hosted at a Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry on Sunday, Dec. 18. Guests included Martin Wilberg of Fenton, Mrs. Chrlstena Vahldleck and grandson Steven Blinkman of Wallingford, Mrs. IVUUVVUUUVUUUUUOV! movie clock THURSDAY - Complete program begins 7:00 p. m, "Goldfinger" - 7:14 p. m. "Dr. No "9:07 p. m, FRIDAY thru TUESDAY Complete program begins 7;00 p. m. "Nevada Smith' - 7:14 p. m. SATURDAY Kiddie Majtinee Complete program begins 1:00 p. aa. "Misty" - 1:44 p. m. SUNDAY - CHRISTMAS DAY Complete programs begin 1:304:21 - 7:11 p. m. "Nevada Smith"-2;U-5:01-7:52 p.m, MONDAY - Special Matinee- Complete program begins 1:30 p.m. "NevadaSmith"-2:Up.m, WEDNESDAY- Complete program begins 1:30 p. m. "Winchester 73* - 2:06 p. m. WEDNESDAY - Complete program begins 7:30 p. m. "Bellboy" - 7:44 p. m. "Visit To Small Plane? - 9:01 p. m. ifetitat 6-Algona, (Id.) Upper DM Moirm Thursday, D«e. 25, 1966 Anne Presthus of Algona, Mrs. Marlys Kreuger and Tom of Fairmont, Bob Wilberg, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. The group enjoyed a gift exchange and then were presented with a peice of fruit cake, individually wrapped, from Kathryn Johannesen Kugin- sky of Long Beach, California. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis recently attended the wedding of Leslie Freeman and Linda Olsen at Jewell, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson plan to spend the Christmas holidays with their daughter and family, the Betty Molls, St. Charles, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Menz and twin sons of Swisher, Iowa, will be spending the Christmas holidays with their parents, the Clarence Menzs and Delmv.r Fischers. Circle Meeting, McFall Home FENTON - The Iris Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Frank McFall. Mrs. Jessie Newel and Mrs. Ella Waite were her co-hostesses. There were fifteen members present. Boxes of cookies were brought to present to shut-ins. Mrs. Russell Eldridge was in charge of the program, which consisted of two parts. The first was a play, "Let Your Light Shine', and the second a candle- lighting service, "Message Of The Candles." Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Mrs. Dale Voigt assisted with the program. Seneca 4-H Has Xmas Party SENECA — Seneca Progressive Farmer's 4-H Club members held their Christmas party at the home of Dennis Wilberg, Monday evening, Dec. 12, with Eddie Bergum as co-host. Nineteen members answered roll call by telling what each wanted for Christmas. Plans were made for Parent's night which will take the place of the January meeting and committees were named. Eddie Bergum talked on "Gun Safety", and Dennis Wilberg talked on, "Sheep." Brian Johnson, who had been awarded a trip to Chicago, gave the highlights of the trip. BRIGHTEST WISHES To all of you from all of us ... Merry Christmasl CHARLIE'S D-X FENTON A Holiday Bouquet of Good Wishes FENTON PRODUCE LLOYD SUNPE FENTON Xmas In Florida FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman will be enjoying their Christmas and the winter months on an extended stay in Clearwater, Fla. New Grandparent* FENTON - Mr, and Mrs. Ray Priebe are the grandparents of a son born to Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt of Lone Rock. The baby was born Saturday morning, Dec. 17, and weighed in at 9 Ibs., 6 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt of Lone Rock are the paternal grandparents. Phyllis Circle FENTON - The Phyllis Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met recently at the home of Mrs. Merle Voigt with Mrs. James Laabs and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel acting as her co-hostesses. Mrs. Ray Zwiefel also presented a Christmas program for the group. Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel was a guest of the group. Pother Succumbs FENTON- Word was received in Fenton last week of the death of Mr. C. Bird. Mr. Bird was the father of Mrs. MarionStucki. The Birds made their home in Fenton for some time a few years ago. Undergoes Surgery SENECA - Clarence Menz, of Fenton, who entered the Dickinson County Memorial Hospital in Spirit Lake Sunday, Dec. 11, submitted to surgery on Tues* day morning;. He is showing sat* isfactory r« .overy and expects to be released from the hospital the early part of this week. Mrs. Menz remained at the hospital with him the first couple of days following the surgery. YWINE Over 20,000 bales of twine filled eight irain cars which were delivered to Hall FKAerts* Son over the Milwaukee railroad last month in one shipment, the shipment began in Holland and was received and unloaded in Postville. ADESTE FIDELIS O come, let us adore Him! 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JEANETTE'S USED CLOTHING Fenton 1966 Our sincere to all our friends during this happy holiday season. JORGENSON LOCKERS Fenton, Iowa " to all our wonderful friends. FENTON DRUG CO. Elsie and Paul Eigbr Is our brief but bountiful wish for you . . . PRIEBE'S STORE Fentpn We sincerely appreciate your fine patronage . . . MERLE VOIGT Phillips "66" Tank Wagon Service FENTON The wonderful spirit that pervgc/ed the monger is ours to share again. FENTON LUMBER CO. Bill Hantelmgn Martin

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