The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1970 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1970
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Aroimd W ON«TX DIDMKIIN 'Battle of Britain' 08, AND MRS, A, W, Amim* m, Brownsville, Texas, came to Algous by bus on Dee. 30, and left for home on Tuesday, Jin. 6, after spending the Holidays with their children, the Bob Amunion and James Lytle families. They were Joined for Christmas by their son Dick, and also Bob's daughter Marilyn Waaft, her husband and little son, all of Minneapolis, for a family dinner at the Lytle home. . H was the first time they had §U been together for the Holiday In 27 years. Mrs, Amon- aon's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Knutson, of Jewell, came Monday after* noon for a brief visit with the Amunsons before they left for homo, WORD PROM MRS. Inez Wolfe says that she was to return to University Hospital In Iowa City early this week for further checks. She had spent the Holidays with the daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dyrland at Davenport. Their address is 112 S. Concord St. IN AN OPEN Meeting held on Saturday evening, Jan. 3, at the Masonic Temple, new officers wore Installed In Prudence Lodge 1205 AP and AM. Stewart MeFadden served as Installing Master: Russell Sands Was Installing Marshal, and Paul Newsome was Chaplain. During the ceremony James Modrell sang The Lord's Prayer, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Gelgol. . The now officers are: Worshipful Master, Prank Sailor; senior warden, -Jerry Anderson; >inlor warden, Jim Lowmanj secretary, Chas. Pas son; treasurer, Fred Geigel; chaplain, Ray Cunningham; senior deacon, Barl Aidrich; Junior deacon. John Harris; senior steward, James Modrell; Junior steward, Howard Long; tyier, Edward Mlno. A SON born on Dec. 30 to Attorney and Mrs. Joe Straub • has been named Francis Pat- : rlek. His arrival makes 12 child' ren for the Straubs who have seven boys and Ove girls. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cash are the ma- term! grandparents. , wlfi and daughter Beth, of Mbr neapolls, with theiii for • ja>i« , Holiday observant* thiwNfond before Christmas, HIS RBPOnfBt and her hug- band relumed on Friday, Jan. 2, tram fit, Louis where they hid viiited their •onnogtr'a famQy over the Holidays, Weather was miserable there, the aun waa in* viatble and thU waa the area's Or at white Chrlstmaa In 21 years, Snow waa mixed with rala and aleet made driving hacardoua on some daya and they do not have equipment to clear atreeta aa we-do In north Iowa, But we had a One time with our children and three grandsons, TOE DON CLAPSADDLES ST., took their am John toMasonClty on Sunday and he flew from there to Atlanta, Ca., near Milledge- vtlle where he la a student at Georgia Military College. \ IN ITS regular meeting Tuesday evening, Jan. 9, the Eastern Star Initiated three new members. They are: Kathy and Kenneth Gabrlelson, and Vivian Kuhn. tt was the last meeting for Glenn and Corlnne Gabrlolson who are retiring from the East. Now officers will be Installed in an Open meeting next Saturday evening, Jan. 10, witti friends invited to bb present In the Chapter Room of Masonic Temple. GUESTS AT the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle-Webster on the evening of Now Years Day were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Courtney, Clarion, and the latter's mother, Mrs. Either Semon. • , MR. AND MRS. Charles Hardgrove were made grandparents for the first time by the birth of Scott 'Allen Blerstedt on Dec. 27 at S*. Ann Hospital. His mother Is the former Kitty Hardgrove and his father is Lynn Bieratedt who Is now serving with the military in Korea. ' ! , ' , SHIRLEY DUTTON, who spent the Holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W.'Dutton, returned Friday to Laramle, Wyo., where she teaches Physical Education at the University of Wy- Gouge hom« it Garner, The Edttt Load**! of Lotto Creek and At Orrtlla Otrdners of Algonl spent New Years fiw *t the Robert Fotf stenau horn*, Mr. and Mr», Henry Lauck.Sr, »nd Gary and the GefiMKueeker famflr of Cylinder went New Years night there, The Robert Puetstenaa family were Friday night supper guests at the Ronald Meyer home, The Gary Mlchaelson family and Mrs, Clara Thlel of Algona spent the weekend at the parental Very] Schmidt home at Omaha, The Jim Volgt family of Al- gona were Sunday tapper gtwtt* it the ptrerrUl Archie Voifft hoftif, Mr, and Mrs, Jim Scuflhtnt and funny of Algona, and the Larry Harvey family of Ft. Dodge spent New Years Day it tf* home of their brother U» Teddy Wig* Mrs, The "Teddy" WigMf brnOy •pent Sunday visiting Ih* Darrell Rhtibw Home at Jeffets, Mfrm, Mr, and Mrs, Sober* Walker attended « party it the Henry Uuck Jr. home Friday evening at West Bend. Dennis Walker, student at Briar Cliff to Sioux Jan. I, lift (la.) Upwr D« CKy, r«farn«d Sunday *ft*r *p^irtg to toHday* it fh« parental R<**rt Walker bom«, MM, IriitBfafl •; ttmttml*m I* illlBitiffitlilt VUUIW - IfWSMT w~SPenwnB •bin* tim* jrtA Mr*. Roy Kdl- atdt at W«si«y* Mr. and Mr*, 0*e, ' OUSM tf'*M*» -,- . Wood mi J«nr,tfrf , Floyd Freemsn horn* *tS«c , Sundaypw, M dmner gtttsU at the ptreiita] UK Wood rmiM wire the Wiyne Ohnemus family of P«ntan, Shlrlty Jean Ohiwmus of Mason Cfty, flt* Carroll Ernst ofLttWnwre.Mf.and Wood andflrl*of Horn _ Ote~ Wm, Brthti fatnfly of Mr, and Mrs* L*o W Chflstms* djiy»tth* netntis home at Fintdtl* Alice Erlchion and Algona were New Yeari ru«rt« it the Led Wood "Mr, and Mr*. Harry Tl»tt«d Mr. and Mrs. Fredtt T H E A T tt E CLOCK MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst are leaving this weekend for a \ "7, <Xto,,to$StW; Gene «ntJ Dually* they will drive plan to locate In the area for a couple FursU' son Richard with his wife and two daughters of Hum- boJdt wore dinner guests hero Friday evening, and Dorothy Shatto, Mason City, came for the weekend. - •• ' ',' ' «' '•• omlng. • i > ~, v ->„>,MR. AND MRS. Dale Struthers andved home M Heln Rleti (center) as Relehmorscholl Goering In Harry Saltzman's spectacular re-enactment of the "Battle of Britain" which opens Sunday at the Theatre on Algona In Technicolor and Panavlilon thru release by United Artlits, • an entertainment service of Tran»ameriea Corporation^ Planking htm are Wllfrled Van Aaken as General Osttr* kamp and (r.) Peter Hager ai the Infamous Keuelrlng. %:#####^^ days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pert! spent New Years day at the home of her brother Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen at Algona. , . ; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Potratt and Dean spent Sunday at the Dick Potratz home at Esther- yllle. „ , *v" ' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber entertained their card ,club New Years Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer won hlghprlzes,Law- rencc Meyer and Mrs. Wm. Ostr wald won low. New Years 1 night supper guests were the Melvin Roeber family, theMaynardRoe- ber family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roeber and'son of Minneapolis, and the Lester Baas family of West Bend. „><- ; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker left Sunday to visit their daughter the Marlln Steinbergers in Arizona. ' . , „,' Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker, spent Sunday ' afternoon at the Martin Meyer home at Garner and the evening at the Dale Mains home in Algona. r ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schmeling, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallcer, spent .Dec. 29 evening, at'"the" Walter Struecker home. - ^jf* • Mr. and Mrs.' Erwln Struecker were New.Years day supper guests at the Walter Struectrau home. Mr. and Mrs. WDburl * bcr, Diane, BLU and Randy v Friday supper guests there. 1 r and Mrs., Walter Struecker, Mr. ick wereSatur-w . _<• M-^. A—«1J ; x _ THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY JANUARY 8 I 9- 10 ONE COMPLETE SHOW EVENINGS AT 7iOO P.M. ADULTS - $1.25 - CHILDREN (UNDER 12) • 50c DOUBLE FEATURE "BIG. ..EXTRAORDINARY... SIMPLY GREAT... Maggie Smith's performance is staggering." -Ctnbf. N.r.Timtt SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11. 12 -13 '14 CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M. 2 COMPIET6 SHOWS WEEKDAYS AT 7 • 9 P.M. ADULTS • $1.25 - CHILDREN (UNDER 12} - 50c - ALGONA THEATRE- THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete program begins at 7 p. m, "Prime Of Miss Jean Brodle" - 7:05 p. m. "The Toucbables" - 9:10 p. m. SATURDAY MATINEE - Complete program begins 1:30 p.m. "Cheaper By The Dozen" —1:50 SUNDAY - Complete program begins 1:00 - 3:45 - 6:20 9:00 p. m. "Battle Of Brltain"- 1:20 — 4:05 — 6:45 - 9:05 p.m., 1 MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY -' Complete program begins 6:509:15 p. m. ."Battle Of Brltain"- 7:00-9:80p.m. -', - Mason* City where he had undergone surgery, a. week earlier. THIS NEWS column will continue to appear In each Thursday's paper, and the writer would v appreciato receiving any news from callers by no;later, than . Monday noon as heretofore. , THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN ", Voters held a; Board meeting Saturday at the home of Mrs. Jan Andreason with Mrs. Phyl- |"A MAGNIFICENT ACHIEVEMENT! Manfe Smith is tti IrethiJt, most crtaftri force to happen tomovitJiB atom tint." "**** (HifbestRJtinc) A notion picture of bieti quality." ^Maggie Smith >PLUS' The"Lets Try Anything Generation.''. „ JUDY HUXTABLE'- ESTHER ANDERSON MARIiyN RICKARD-KATHYSIMMONDS ^OAVIO ANTHONY. !,..».».>—«,.,,«. Battle for duti there-win the Seabeesi Harold Baag Sunday dinner guests i ADULTS 3 COLOR CARTOONS^ .,« i?*&W'^.' niOO — CHILDREN (Under 12) - 30c . TnwRmri tort AUKS ACTIVE ADULTS,met Monday afternoon at the Youm Center. A Representative,of the GoodwiU Industries at Slow City" waf present to tell o{ that Or-1 ganliatlon's work. There was election of officers. MB. AND MRS. Tom Zelgler and Uttie daughter came from Minneapolis on Friday and re- malned till Sunday^ with his parents, the Earl Zelglera. MR, AND MRS. Harold Er- peldlng and children came on Dec. 24 for a Holiday visit win .- the parental Lyle Stoeles here and the John Erpeldtags at Whlt- tetnore.^They remained till Dec. '' Dick ^ er of Algona returned home last 5 ; Wednesday from Dallas,' Tern "where they' had spent a week wtth their son,and family, the Rev, and Mrs. Benjamin Meyer. •"('I 1BTI ••/Alt li ^I'r^'^r^ ^I'lV'^-fTf 1 STL i't-f <y IM ;.i M?

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