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March 14, 1968

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

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BIRtHDAY On* of Hancock's oldest resident*, Fannie Barracks, recently celebrated her 100th birthday. She was born In Illinois and firmed with her husband in the Corwith area their entire married life. Her husband died in 1922. Mrs. Barracks had five children.. IN ALGONA S^AifMt* (ia.) Upper DM Melnet Thursday, March 14, 1968 St. Joe Boy Is Four, But Has First Birthday ST. JOE—Larry Larsen is four years old, but he celebrated his first birthday Thursday, Feb. 29. A Leap Year baby, he was born Feb. 29, 1964, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Larsen. Thursday evening, he was guest of honor at a birthday party at the home of his parents with his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Art Larsen and other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Larsen and family and Daniel Larsen attending. A social evening followed by lunch of birthday cake and ice cream concluded the observance. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. James Larsen entertained at a dinner and social evening with birthday cake in observance of Larry's birthday with his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker, Mary Becker, Lori Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeman and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hogan, and Joseph Becker, Jr. attending. Larry has a nine-month- old brother Terry. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann attended Parent's Weekend on March 1-3 at Quincy College, Quincy, HI., where their daughter Connie is a freshman. Jean Bormann, daughter of Mrs. Irene Bormann, observed her eighth birthday March 3 when her second grade classmates and friends came to her home for an afternoon of fun and games, followed by birthday cake and other refreshments. Attending were grandmothers, Mrs. C. R. Kollasch and Mrs. Mike Bormann, and classmates, Jan Bormann, Debbie Hackney, Linn Kohlhaas, Geralyn Thilges, Irene McGuire, Kathleen Bormann, Barbara Zeller, Barbara Thilges, CarlaThul, Jackie Reding, Lois Thilges, Ann Reding, and Ellen, Marita and Sharon Bormann. Ellen and Sharon were in charge of the guest book. KC's met March 6 with E. M. Gales, grand knight, in charge of the meeting and Donald Bormann, Merle Laubenthai, Win. McGuire, Delmer Plathe and Maurice Reding, committee in charge of the evening's arrangements. Elections and appointments for the council are Francis M. Bormann, financial secretary; Donald Illg, treasurer, and Orville Wagner, trustee. "Sound Of Music" At Algona Theatre ZAZZY YOUNG COAT NEWS! Just the greatest — coming nnd going! Swingy back pleat j;°es waist-high to a hell. Welt seam front shaping, and matching front dicky. Wool/rayon/nylon, bonded to acetate. Created for all wearers: short, average, tall. Toast, Navy. 6-14. $40.00 game. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms am* Paula attended a family get- together and birthday dinner in the home of Mrs. Harms' sister, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kinne at Lu Verne. The dinner was in honor of Scott and Dafawn's birthdays.. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Doug and Lisa; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Brett; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and family of Lu Verne were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Wayne Eckels home, Britt. Save after 7 Call long distance tonight after- 7:00 and save! Only 85c or less for a 3-minute station call to phones nationwide. Additional minutes each 26c or less. Same low rate all day on Saturday and Sunday. Northwestern Bell Julie Andrews stars in one of the greatest motion pictures ever made, "The Sound of Music," starting Thursday at the Algona Theatre. The show will be playing one week. Heating problems? Thermogas home heating is clean, efficient . ... and it gives more than three times as much heat as electricity for each heating dollar you spend! We have full-house furnaces, and a wide assortment of smaller gas space heaters to bring summer to even the draftiest rooms of your home; so let us provide full value for your heating dollars. For a fine deal on any gas appliance, from a home heating system to a gas clothes dryer, look first to your Ther- mogas Appliance Center. Stop by soon. Thermogas with exclusive Blue Carpet Service! ALGONA and BANCROFT Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hofer and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch attended the hair styling contest and show at La James School, Mason City on March 5, where Ruth Hofer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hofer, is a student. Mrs. Dan Gildey and Janet Reding, Colorado Springs, Colo.,'are visiting her this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and other relatives and friends. They arrived here Sunday evening with their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reding, who had spent the previous week in Colorado Springs and Las Vegas, Nev. Jeff and Jill Reding, children of the John Redings, were with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Berte and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, while their parents were on vacation. C.D.A. will meet March 13 with Mrs. Marvin Reding, grand regent, presiding. Rolled bandages and hospital gowns are among the Lenten projects of the court. Committee in charge of the evening is Mrs. Damian Centgraf, Mrs. Dennis Holmes, Mrs. Tom Reding, Mrs. Cletus Salz, Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Mrs. David McGuire. The annual KC Father-Son Banquet is scheduled 20 in St. Joseph's school A housewarming was liel<ffbr~ Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gales Saturday evening, with neighbors gathering for a social evening followed by lunch. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Peter Bormann, Lizzie Berte, STARTS THURSDAY FOR ONE WEEK MARCH 14 thru 20 For the First Time! Continuous Performances at Popular Prices! IDE All TIME NIT! WINNER OF 5 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING "BEST PICTDRE" if 1 -1: „»**• M. Kn.nrilr Thini, Thr Sounil iif Mu Iliml, IVr, Mouni. M.rl. .2o KODGERS... HAMMERSTEIYS N Something (iuod ROBERT WISE fm.lilill'i' ••s* -\c Jl : ff, ,.'l. ^ ...the more you j see II, the more it becomes one of your favorite things! I s ANDREWS ^om.sTum:* PLUMMER | <urloH RICHARD HAYDNi-,:;,•;,::;;;:;;;;^,y;,r:ELEANOR PARKER;-..--, .v,-r,.-.?,-,; ROBERT WISEliSffaiARI) HOIHJEHSlOsVi-VR H \MMEH.-TElN II ERNEST LEHM\N •" UN ^^| Ll •' m Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 - 4:30 - 8:00 P.M. Weekdays - One Complete Showing at 8:00 P.M. AD^PION - Adulti . $2.00 (Sat. til 5 - $1.50) - Children . $1.00 Anytime Ah'ona Theatre No Passes Honored On This Engagement, Peter Bormann and John B. Reding receiving prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine and David, Jefferson, So. Dak., spent several days this week in the home of Mrs. Chicoine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding. Social Club At Portland Sets Meeting Slate PORTLAND - Four Corner Social Club met March 5 in the home of Sandra Harms. Eleven members answered roll call, which was an Irish joke. Months to serve were drawn: April, Marilyn Bengtson; May, Hazel Carroll; September, Flossie Bartlett; October, Leita Phelps; November, Janice Moore; January, Velma Nelson; February, Sandra Harms; March, Emily Larsen; April, Viva Ringsdorf; May, Vera Fitch; September, Marian Spear; October, Agnes Stewart; November, Wyona Harms; and January, Marilyn Bengtson. June is picnic month. Lunch was served by the hostess. The April meeting will be held in the home of Marilyn Bengtson. ~V- »-<-ii*(Y"a"~ ' ' " . ; '.' . '€ -r V ~'r I''"' - ! ' ' Mr.'and Mrs. Henfy Smith and' Romona went to Ft. Dodge where they were dinner and supper guests in honor of Dora andTodd Strayers' birthdays and the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith of Ft. Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family, Ft. Dodge, were also present for the celebration. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and family, Mrs. Tom Trenary and Kenneth Trenary were Sunday dinner guests in the Harold Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan of Fentonwpre afternoon callers. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. is in Park Hospital, Mason City, where she had surgery Tuesday. She is getting along fine, but it is not yet known when she will get to come home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker of Algona went to Mason City Thursday where they visited Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers and family attended the basketball game at Lu Verne where the Plum Creek 4-H played their first Outdoor Bacon. movie clock Tnnintt.tnnfm.ij ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY & FRIDAY-Com- :',"plete•"program' beings: 8:00 if'"Sound of Music" - 8:05 I SATURDAY & SUNDAY-Complete program begins: 1:00 4:30 - 8:00 "Sound of Music" 1:35 - 4:30 - 8:05 MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY Complete program begins: 8:00 "Sound of Music" - 8:05 AT IN ALGONA lends simple elegance fo this A-line skimmer by punctuating it with a row of buttons and a touch of white. Tailored of wonderful Dacron' polyester double knit in a diagonal twill that is machine-washable! Zipper back. New, new colors. 10-18 $27.00 Range brand Bacon This bacon tastes like you cooked it outdoors—no matter where you cook it. It's Range Brand Bacon by Hormel. The kind of bacon most men love. It's cut thick on purpose from lean, meaty slabs of bacon with the savor of wood smoke in every bite. Range Brand . . . Hormel's hearty thick- sliced bacon for brawny man-sized appetites. A FEDERALLY INSPECTED PRODUCT Featured at FAREWAY STORE in Algona Available At Hood's, Swanson'*, Dunn's In Algona In Bancroft At Droessler's Market

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