The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1967 · Page 22
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Seek Queen Contestants queens of Io*a Beef, Pork, Siieap, Shorthorn, Hereford, Anjus, Dairy and Wool associations. Count.v conservation queens and queens from other states also will be present. An elaborate production, complete with staging, colorful lights and music will reach a climax with the coronation of Miss S.lamrock 1967. The new queen will again receive a handsome engraved trophy and a $50 savings bond from the JayCees. The first and second runners-up will also receive trophies as will Miss Congeniality to be elected by the other contestants. Miss Jjnes will crown the new queen. For the third year, Ken K°\v, television personality of Mason City, will be Master of Ceremonies. Miss Shamrock will reign over all St. Patrick's festivities. Her court will be composed of the other four finalists. The queen and all contestants will ride in the Saturday parade. Girls wishing to enter the pageant must be high school juniors or seniors and must be residents of Iowa. All entrants must be of good character. family were Wednesday supper guests at the Laurel Worsters, Connie Bin wart remained to visit until Friday, while her brother Terry, six, had his tonsils removed at Palo Alto County hospital at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Earl Long remains at Lutheran Hospital, after suffering a heart attack ten days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz of Whlttemore, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday. That night, the following couples visited at their home: Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson, Ralph Jacobson, Louis Jacobson, OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Alyce Jones of West Bend, seated, was crowned Miss Shamrock' 1966 in a brief ceremony at Blarney Canning Factory No. 4, Jayoee St. Patrick's Celebration headquarters at Emmetsburg Wednesday. John Dahm, standing, celebration chairman, performed the coronation. Miss Jones succeeds Pat Prymus of Mallard, who was crowned last year during Emmetsburg's Annual St. Pat's Celebration and recently resigned her position to become Mrs. David Simons. The new Miss Shamrock was first runner-up In the 1966 Miss Shamrock Pageant last March. She is a freshman at State College of Iowa. In high school, Miss Jones was active in mixed chorus, double mixed quartet, girls glee club, senior sextet, marching band, speech and the fall play. The Emmetsburg JayCees have already begun receiving contestant applications for this year's Miss Shamrock Pageant to be held March 17, according to Jerry Day, pageant chairman. Twenty-six schools have been contacted and it is hoped that many of these will provide contestants. For the third consecutive year, beauty, glamour and talent will be the feature of the pageant. Miss Iowa, (America) 1965, Marie Mushro, will be one of the judges at the pageant. For the second year, the pageant will commence with a parade of visiting queens. •-'I'wenix-Hwo reigning queens have been invited-; and most have tentatively accepted. Leading the parade of visiting queens will be Pamela Kae Ericson, Miss Iowa (America) 1966. Miss Ericson, 19, is from Sioux City. The products of Iowa will be represented in the parade by Glenn Norman of Seattle, Washington, went to Kansas City to attend the funeral services for his mother. His plane was grounded because of weather, but he hoped to come Monday to visit his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards. Mrs. Dean Telford, Mrs. Ralph Struthers and Mrs. Louis Jacobson attended the 4-H leaders school at Humboldt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ellingson of Dike and Mr. and M-s. John Benjamin of Buffalo Center spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Ellingson. Sunday afternoon they all attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Landmesser at Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frambach of Whittemore were Friday visitors at the FaheyGresshome and Mr. and Mrs. Art Banwart, Dennis and Michael of West Bend were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gress, Bruce and Allison of Ames were weekend guests at the Fahey Gress home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Banwart and and and Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann. Sunday dinner guests at the Allen Wehrspann home were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Collins of Llvermore and Ruth Bakken of Bade. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rlcklefs and family of Gtlmore City were Sunday dinner guests at the Darrel Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug were Saturday night visitors at the James Banwarts. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson and family were Saturday supper guests at the Darrel Jones. When temperatures keep you home... GET THINGS DONE BY PHONE! Easy way to do your shopping, make visits, take care of errands: reach for your phone! In any kind of weather, your telephone is right there on the job helping to make living easier, more convenient for you. Northwestern Bell ALGONA THURS. - FRI. - SAT., FEB. 9-10-11 F°WARIW MY SUSANM YORK the switched*on thriller!!! PLUS COLUMBIA PICTURES presents COLOR EMASCOPE ,'LEX BARKER-PIERRE BRICE-MARIO ADORF'MARIEVERSINI SATURDAY KIDDIE SHOW - FEBRUARY 11 10:00 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. " APACHE GOLD PLUS 3 CARTOONS MATRON ON DUTY - ALL SEATS - 50c SUN. - MON. - TUBS., FEB. 12-13-14 THE BANNERED ARMIES.. THE PLOTTING WARRIOR STATES...THE WOMEN OF THE HOUSE OF MEDICI...AND IN THE MIDST OF IT ALL...ONE MAN- AFIRE IN ONE MAGNIFICENT MOTION PICTURE! 20th Century-Fox Presents CHARUON HESTON • HARRISON in A CAROL REED PRODUCTION OF IRVING STONE'S THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23 ** Laurel & Hardy s Laugfiing ZOS SPONSORED BY VFW POST 2541 TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT V.F.W. HALL ALGONA LANES COAST TO COAST ALGONA THEATRE "THE AGONY AND ECSTASY" STARTING SUNDAY AT THE ALGONA THEATRE Thurtdoy, Feb. 9, 1966 Algona (la.) Upptr DM MotnM-5 Charlton Heston, as Michelangelo, and Rex Harrison, as Pope Julius II, look in wonder at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel which the artist painted under the Pontiff's order. A scene from "The Agony and the Ecstasy," a 20th Century-Fox release in Cinema-Scope and DeLuxe Color. Mr. and Mrs. Kermlt Fowler were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mark Fowler and Edna at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause and family of Lu Verne were Sunday dinner guests at the Edward Zlnnel home. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas spent the weekend at the T. N. Rogness home at Humboldt. FOX Loren Maack shot three fox early in January while hunting southwest of Schleswig. Loren is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maack of Schleswig. Real Estate Transfers Wiegand, Elmer, Sgl. to Custom Farm Service Inc. 1-2567 A tract of land located in NW l/4of 10-97-27, see rec. Zwelfel, Dlanna & Terry to Anna M. Miller 1-28-67 Undiv. 1/15 int. E 1/2 NE 1/4 of 2796-28 & W 1/2 of NW 1/4 2696-28. Dransfeldt, Robert, Exed. of Fred Dransfeldt Estate to Stanley R. & Shirley Walker 1-27-67 Exc. the E 2 rds. Lute A. T. Stacy's Add. lot 7 blk 3; Algona. Deibler, Warren, Sgl. to Charlie R. Deibler 1-24-67 S 11 Acres of NE 1/4 NE 1/4 of 495-28 & S 1/2 NE 1/4, & all NW 1/4 NE 1/4 lying S of C.M. & St. Paul RW right of way 4-95-28 & W 20 Acres of that pt. of NW 1/4 S of the C.M. & St. Paul RW right of way except see rec. 3-95-28. Albertson, Dennis K. & Muriel G. to Roger E. & Dixie Lee Ellefson 1-28-67 Wellendorf s 2nd Add. lot 7 blk 2; Algona. Golder, Helen E., Trustee to M«rtie H. Huber, und. 2/3 int. & Gary Huber Und. 1/3 Int. 1-27-67 A tract of land located In SW 1/4 of 21-97-28, see rec. & the SW 1/4 & W 1/2 SE 1/4 exc. see rec. 21-97-28. Deibler, Ervln & Marian, Ralph, sgl. to Charlie R. Deibler 1-24-67 S 11 acres of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 4-95-28 & Sl/2 of the NE 1/4 & all of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 lying S. of C.M. & St. Paul R.W. right of way, 4-9528 of W 20 A. of pt. of NW 1/4; S. of C.M & St. Paul, R.W. right of way exc. see rec. 395-28. Dransfeldt, Fred, Wdw. to Stanley R. & Shirley J. Walker 1-27-67 Exc. the E. 2 rods, Lute A. T. Stacy's Add. lot 7 blk 3; Algona. Gerber, John L. & Emma to Jess & Elsie B. Djgan 1-27-67 W 6 1/2 rds. of the S 1/2 of Aud's Plat of the W 10 rds. of Call's Add. lot 17 blk 276, Algona. Kain, Robert F. & Verna C. to Robert F. & Verna C. Kain Undiv. 1/2 int. 1-25-67 NE 1/4 13-96-28. Nolle, Amelia, sgl. to Robert S. & Fernley W. Nolle 1-28-67 Lots 1, 2, & 8 blk 231 & E 18' Call's Add. lot 7 blk 231; Algona. YOUNGWffiTH REUNION A Youngwirth family gathering was held In observance of the 73rd birthday of Ed Youngwlrth of Whlttemore and the 20th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGuire, Bode. Following the dinner the group went to the McGulre home for a social evening. Prizes In 500 ware awarded to Mrs. Marvin Reding and Albert Kramer with Ed Youngwirth receiving travel prize. Others attending the observance were Mr. and Mrs. Vic Youngwlrth and Mr. and Mrs. Art Plathe, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer, Whltte- more, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas from here. move ij clock THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete program begins- 7:00 p.m. "ApacheGold"-7:03p.m. "Kaleidoscope" - 8:45 p. m. SATURDAY KIDDIE SHOW Complete program begins-10:00 a. m. - 1:30 p. m. "Apache Gold" - 10:30 a. m. - 2:04 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete programs begin- 1:30-3:39-5:43-7:29 p. m. "Murderers Row"-l:533:57 - 5:43 - 7:52 - 9:38 p. m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete program begins-7:00— 9:09 p. m. "Murderers Row" 7:23-9:27 p. m. MAYTAO DO Ktt ^^^" Permanent-press clothes never need ironing if you dry them right. ("Right" is in a new gas dryer with its modern fabric cycles.) The new permanent-press clothes promise you "no ironing ever." But there's a secret to getting that perfect performance: the clothes should be kept in motion while they're cooled. That's why you need the modern fabric cycles on a new gas dryer. They automatically give you the amount of heat necessary to relax those heat-sensitive fibers so wrinkles will smooth out. Then, they give you the cool-down period you need at the end of the cycle to keep those wrinkles out. You get flat seams, sharp creases, and a just-ironed look—right from the dryer. When permanent-press clothes are made, gas helps "lock in" their shape. And it can iron them back into shape every washday. Visit your gas company or gas appliance dealer; pick a new gas dryer with modern fabric cycles. Gas makes the big difference. oe FHWDAIRE MAYTAO KENMORE WHIRLPOOL NOROE JIONATUM »«to QU«N NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO 10 EAST STATE STREET - AlOONA

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