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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1962
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2-Alflona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 15, 1962 Meeting May 17 Circles of Congregational Fellowship will meet May 17 at 1:15 as follows: Naomi 'with Millie Slaglc, assisted by Alice Ditsworth. program by Margaret Durani. Ruth with Vivian Cowan, assisted by Alice Cowan; .Hebe-era with Laura Palmer, assisted by Mis. Charles LaBarre and Mrs. Virgil Smith; Mary with Clara Schaap. assisted by Peg Naylor. Maxine Qu'intarcl, Olive Hcrbsl and Cidney Laird. At Hurt Rally A Lutheran Missionary Ralh was held Wednesday at Hurt. In attendance from the local Trinity Lutheran church were Rev. aiH Mrs. G. J. C. Gerike, Mrs. Florence Brown, Mrs Ray Funk. Mr.s John Hopkins. Mr.s. Hugo Gade. Mrs. Ed Hackbarth. Mrs. Richard; Grocn. Mrs. Kli/abclh Helmke. ' Mrs. Paul Schneider, Mrs Phil Schneider. Mrs. D, n \Villrett and Elsie Willrett. Circle Meetings Circles of Methodist VVSCS will meet May 17 as follows: Sept. with Mr.s.'Herb Hedlund; (M. with Mrs. Hugh Black; Nov. with Mrs. L. L. Hiter: .Ian. in Fireside room: Feb. with Airs. Sam Shipler: Mar. with Mrs. R. 0. Bjustrom: Apr. with Mrs. Ralph liarberts; May with Mrs. .lohn McGuire: Junr I with Mrs. Lawrence Miller: June Birthday!! Observed Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie and daughter Mrs. Verle Elmore were accompanied by Mfs. Phil Puffer, of Corwith to Buft Thursday where they were guests of Mrs. Mary Manus. Other guests were Mrs. George Manus, Mrs. Etta Holdren and Mrs. Anna Meyers. The birthdays of Mrs. George Manus and Mrs. Meyers were observed. Anniversaries Observed Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld joined Mr. and Mrs. Waller Riodel at Burt May fl for dinner that evening at which relatives and a few friends were present. The wedding anniversary of the Geil- cnlelds and the birthday of Mrs. Reidel were celebrated. Mr.s. .Jerry Cowan. f'.n.A. liiinquet Mrs. Anna Courtney and Mrs. Louis Reilly a'tended a C.D.A. banquet at St. Benedict May 2 Mrs. Courtney and Mr. and Mrs Leo Waldschmidt attended First Holy Communion services at St Benedict recently Their granddaughters wore in the class. Coffee Hostess Miss oijve R'^smann was hos tess at a May day coffee for group of nurses from St. Ann hos pital Wednesday afternoon. Benefit C'offee The Algona Federated Women's Club will have a benefit garden coffee at Mrs. J. B. Asa's May 21 from 9:30 till 11 o'clock. The public is invited. In case of rain, the meeting will be held indoors. Ends Tonite (Wed.) Walt Disney's "MOON PILOT THUR. thru SAT. ALGONA BOTH FEATURES SHOW SAT. MAT. AT 1:30 finest Honored Mrs. Elizabeth Post had Mrs. Eva Deim, Mary Bieser and Joe Bieser as guests at dinner Thursday at the Algona hotel honoring Mrs. Robert Gardner, nee Bessie Hubbard of Manilla. All were former neighbors many years ago. Meet May 10 Duplicate Bridge Club will meet May 16 at Algona Country Club. Winners of May 2 meeting were Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison, first; Clara Zender and Mrs Harold Gilmore, second; Mrs F. C. Scanland and Mrs J. C. Everds, third. D.T.W. Meeting Kathleen Griffin and Dorothy Cogley were at Boone last Friday to attend a D.T.W. meeting of which Kathleen is 1 director of district 6 and Dorothy is secretary- treasurer. "RAISIN IN THE SUN" ~ Coming to the Algona Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday Sidney Poilior stars and Ruby Dee is featured in Columbia Pictures' "A Kaisin in the Sun." motion picture version of Lorraine Hansberry's prize-winning Hroadwny hit. Claudia McNeil is also featured in the film which was produced by TV-famous David Snsskind and Philip Rose. Bridge Hostess Mrs. Albert Granzow entertained the Idle Hour bridge club last week Wednesday afternoon. Senior Service Sunday, May 27. 10:30 a.m. all high school Methodist seniors are invited to attend in a group and wear their caps and gowns. 7 i/ \ RED SKELTON '*\\' VIVIAN BLAfNE .11. SMSejKTFJlfrrWilTiinTO Sun. - Mon. 2 New Features In Color! Scorching Action-Scorching Violence! The bold ideas...and boider peopie of TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' most fiery drama! Hosts Card Club Mrs. Elmer Kelley entertained ler card club last Wednesday af- ernoon. The club meets this week with Mrs. Arthur Jackman. Norma Goetz and Janet Cunningham were chdscn to attend district camp in Clear Lake in June. The sum of $5 was voted for the International farm youth exchange fund. Achievement Day was planned for July 30 in Methodist church parlors and Rally Day for June 9 in Burt. Pamela Hildman and Kathy Goetz gave demonstrations. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise went to Broadlawns hospital, Des Moines May 6 to attend a parents tea. They were guests of their daughter, Ruth, a junior student in nurses training. Ruth will have a month's vacation beginning Ma> 18 and will then take furthei training in Veterans hospital at Knoxville. Prairie Neighbors met May 7 in the Chas. Nygaard home with Mrs. Herman Wise assisting. Talks were given by Mrs. Mark Studcr, Mrs. Donovan Studer and Mrs. Tom Lickteig. Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke, accompanied by Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas of Algona went to Minneapolis May 5 where Mrs. Kohlhaas visited over the weekend and the Rickes visited her sister Mrs. Arden Hovland and family and attended services where Susan Hovland received munion. First Holy Com- LAURENCE HARVH GERALDINE PAGE 16 Wesleyans Ml/Receive Diplomas Soon Wesley — Wesley students who will graduate from Garrigan high school in Algona include Mir-har-' Cruise, Jim Eisenbacher, David Hilbert, Jerry Krieps, Ruth Lick teig, Robert Ricke, Suzanne Studer, James Walker, Thomas Youngwirth, Margaret Otis, Jo Ann Plathe, Thomas Reising. Commencement exercises will be held May 27 at 2:30 p.m. The an nual Award day will be May 17 Senior class final exams will be May 23-24-25. May 11 was Skip Day and the Junior-Senior prom was May 10 I Wesley students in the Corwith ! Wesley graduating class include \ Lois Becker, Sheryll Harr, Bar ! bara Leek and Mavis Nygaard. Dean William Wesselink o i Bucna Vista College, Storm Lake will make the commencement address in the Corwith Auditorium Tuesday evening, May 22. Rev LeRoy Gardner of Hie Cnrwith First Baptist church will deliver the sermon to the class al the Corwith auditorium May 20. Neighborhood Birthday Club met May 9 with Mrs. A. N. Richts- mier to help observe her birthday. Mrs. Raymond Hansen entertained a group of women at coffee Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Carl Arnold, who is moving soon to Lake Park. Mrs. John Weig, 78, entered Han* cock memorial hospital May 7 for 1 medical care. She has been ill for several months. Mrs. Joe Drummer of Livermore is staying with her father, Mr. Weig. Mr .and Mrs. Walter Drummer of Mar- ihalltown were Tuesday guests in he Weig home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek and Wm. Martinek attended funeral services May 8 for the latter's sister, Mrs. Anna Franzen 76, in St. Lucas, Iowa. The Urban Lickteigs and Mr and Mrs. John Lickteig were May 6 guests in the Dennis Lickteig'IF ITS NEWS. WE WANT n home near St. Benedict in honor of the latter couple's daugher. Carol, who received her first Holy Communion in the Catholic church in St. Benedict. Other guests were Carol's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt and Delores Klein of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Goetz and family spent the Mother's Day weekend in Dubuque visiting their daughter Sister Mary Janet at Presentation Convent. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig and family spent the weekend at the Frank Hanly home in Dubuque and visited their daughtor, Sister Mary St. James, also at Presentation Convent. The Roy Kollasches, Franklin Bodes and uie Kenneth and Dennis Haverlys attended the reunion of the C. E. Kollasch family April 29 in the Academy hall at Whittemore for the Paul Kol- lasches at Phoenix, Ariz. There were 67 present. Audra Ann Youngwirth was honored at a birthday party Thursday after school. She was 11 years old and is a daughter of the Larry Youngwirths and attends St. Joseph's parochial school. Patsy Reiling was 12 years old Thursday. Father Elias Koppcrt of Chicago was a Friday guest in the Mrs. Helen Youngwirth home. Mrs. Josie Gouge attended the funeral of Mrs. Stanley Olson at Woden Thursday. Mrs. Olson wa.- the former Carol Reinhardt, and was a sister of Mrs. Clyde Priebe of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy and Mary and John of St. Louis. Mo. came May 6 to spend several weeks at the parental Lael Root home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Studer and children of Des Moines spent the Mother's Day weekend with his mother, Mrs. Norine Studer. Many Named On Honor Roll At LuVerne High LitVerne — LuVerne Community school honor roll: class A, seniors, Sally Prior, Robert Bristow; juniors, George Hanselman, Dale Kubly, Bernard Schadc; sophomore, Mary Daley; freshman, Suzanne Dudley. Class B, seniors, Cheryl Dimler. Dean Gjcrstad, Sheryl Goetsch Sonja Guess, Linda Kubly, Marcia Stripling; juniors, Lavalee Bristow, Mary Darby; sophomores, Julie Faulstick, Donald Frost, Laurie Hanselman, Carol Ilistau; and freshman, Patti Erpelding, Darlene Goetsch, Kris Hanselman. Daryl Jagels, David Naffziger, Clara Schnakenberg and ' John Wickett. FILING CABINETS. 2. 3. 4 drawer, also combination filing-storage cabinets in variety of sizes. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Local Church Names Officers For New Year Methodists here have elected new officers, with terms beginning June 16. Lay leader is Dr. Louis Snyder: church school superintendent, Mrs Leo Steven; financial secretary Vaughn Rising; church treasurer Milton Norton; building fund treasurer, David Lcffert; recording steward, Mrs. Dallas Klein; anr 1 lay member to conference, Wesley Bartlett. Trustees are Wesley Bartlett Louis Kelley and Donald Nelson, with terms expiring in 1963; Fred Diekmann, Victor Parson and Jens Sorenson, 1964; and Hugh Black, Lawrence Hutzeil and Dr. Louis Snyder, 1965. Stewards are Chester Albright Ellsworth Brandow, H. Dale Cole Alfred Erickson, George Harris Jim Johnson, Fred Kent, Sr.. May Miller, Maynard Miller, Edwin Mino, Carrol Potter, Wayne Smith. Earl Snyder, M. L. VancierWaal Mrs. Cecil Will, Mr. and Mrs. J B. Asa, Richard Beisell, Russel! Cook, J. V. Evans, Frank Moulton, Stanley Muckey, Gordon Schmidt, C. R. Schoby, Clifford Thursday thru Saturday — "Visit To A Small Planet" 7:00, 9:45; "Public Pigeon No. 1" 8:35. Saturday matinee both features starting at 1:30. Sunday — "Summer And Smoke" 2:45 ti: 10-9:30; "Blood And Roses" 1:30-4:50-8:15. » Monday — "Summer And Smoke" 9:10; "Blood and Rosea" at 7:50. Tuesday and Wednesday — "Raisin In The Sun" 7:00 and 9:25. 3 PIECE LAWN SET CHAISE AND TWO FOLDING CHAIRS Aooooooooooo.ooooox>jO,o«aooo;o»»o.oo:o.oAOO,^ o o o o o 8 A r j r j'^:, .r t r<j AND DARING SUSPENSE SHOCKER I SUN. AT 2:45 -6:10 -9:30 MON. AT 9:10 ONLY [•'iither I'assrs Mrs .lack Vitzthum's father. MFLFFRRFR [rJi.WARllN ANhtliCVADiM, Kay Welp. 75. of Bancroft died May !). Funeral services wort- held Saturday morning in St. .John's Catholic church there HP is .survived by six sons and three daughters. _ TECHNICOLOR* TECHHIRAMV SUN. AT 1:30 - 4.50 - 815 - MON AT 7:50 ONLY. - TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY THE CRITICS' ftm mi is now A MOTION PICTUBU SIDNEY POITIER a raisin m the sun i FSabv liaptizi-d The baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs Jack Vitzthum Apr. 25 was bapti/.ed May (> in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phil li|).s He was named Steven John Mr and Mrs. Don Hixon of Des Monies were sponsois. The Hixons and their children were Sunday I guests in the Vitzthum home. School Sign-up The following youngsters regis- | tered recently in the first grade i round-up at St. Joseph's parochial school Edward Becker, Jean : Becker. Michael Bode, Michael 1 F.i.schtn. Randall Forburger, Nan; c-s Hamilton, Diane Hildman, i Wanda Hrubes. Thomas Loebig. , Hubert Heiling. Gregory Studer j Mary Jo Younguuth, Kliner Slu i der. David Dornbier. Kulh Studcr i Nanc> Kicke. and Michael Studer ! V\i/.ards Meet O' i Wesley Wizards ill girls rnel O i May 7 with Esther, Pamela and . § i Bonnie Hildman in the John: o Hildman home. | '.• . Convenient Terms Bunting #870 Chaise, #860 Chair $34.88 Heavy Aluminum Furniture and Carpet, Inc. First in Style, Quality and Selection! o ;!) 1 'VTVV.VV.V-V'V.V.V.V.' Skogstrom, George Wolf, Mrs. Max Bartholomew, Joe Collier, John Diekmann, Stanley Gardner. Curtis Haahr, Edward Hagg, Arnold Hill. Floyd Hutzeil, Duanc Johnson, Mrs. Dallas Klein, M. C. Metcalf, Vern McClure. Chalmer Read, Weldon Sodcrstrum, Don Stark, Mrs. Joe Tschetter, Merle Webster and Cecil Will. Church school department heads arc Mrs. John Hayes, Mrs. Joe Tschetter and Lawrence Hutzeil, and Mrs. Clifford Blanchard is secretary. Commission and committee chairmen are Mrs. Roy Hutzell, Mrs. Joe Tschetter, Perry Collins, Louis Kelley, Ilex Taylor, Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, J. B. Asa, Victor Parsons, Mrs. Louis Kelley, Mr, and Mrs. Milton Norton, Ends Tonite (Wed.) "BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S" PLUS "PARISH" THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY THE BEST 'I SERVICE MOVIES... I ONE BIG- PROGRAM ! 1ST ACTION HIT STARTS AT 7:30 MDARKLE1CORBEWRTSM-MSICWR 2ND SENSATIONAL FEATURE AT 9:10 killer-ship of World War II. VAN n CHARLES •dAUGHTON 3RD FUN FILM SAGA STARTS AT 10:45 -WAR'. FlRST-lH-LOn! FlRST-lH-FUHl TOM , , OAV,D -TOM . "°'£ZoSi UOI- EVERY THURSDAY IS. #$£</•>.. YOUR CAR aND Ml IT 5 OCCUPANTS ONE BUCK (a DOLLAR rojea^ '• - SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY - 1 MERVYN loROY FRED KOHLMAR * - PLUS 2ND COMEDY ATTRACTION - THE SPARKLING SHOW WITH THAT GIG) .GLOW! BREATH?' TECHNICOLOR O¥N CHEWIER GAVIN 2 COLOR CARTOQNS

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