The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1962
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Pjwn6CY4-3535j- Your Newspaper Ends Tonite (Wed.) "CIMARRON" cmd "DAVID and GOLIATH" HELD OVER FROM DOWNTOWN i 3 MORE BIG DAYS! THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7 P.M. _PAT BOBBY'. PAMELA ANN- - TOM BOO! DARIN TffFl MARGRET MLL CHARLES BRACKETT JOSE FERRER RICHARD BREEN QNEN/iA5e:ot=>E COLOR by DE LUXE • SECOND EXCITING FEATURE IAm AUCE FAYE VICTOR MATURE ' RlGAM-GABRIElfFERZETTl'' SUPERGlNESGOPE-TECHNICOLOR PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS •What my elephant, can't conquer, I'll conquer alonel* ADMISSION FOR.,THIS ATTRACTION flOc — KIDDIES FREE NO ElUCK NITE THIS THURSDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY AT NO EXTRA CHARGE ! GEORGE SANDERS BARBARA SHELLEY SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY \Debbie'sSettingTraps.. FORMALE ANIMALS My/ MDT m mm MBESWflPROWSfBIIffBSCOn PLUS WESTERN THRILLER I 0AM Mr. rwr • PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS • ALGONA, IOWA, TUISDAY, JUNE 12, 1962 VOL. 97 - NO. 23 Friendly Club Met The Riverdale Friendly Club met Wednesday evening at the home of Doris Miller, with Magdalene Zeller assisting hostess. Plans were made for the annual family picnic July 1. Cards were played and prizes were won by Carolyn Weydert, Mrs George Wil- din and Agatha Schneider. Guests were Mrs Bud Kutschara, Mrs Arlo Grimms and Mrs George Wildin. Lunch was served. Wesley Club Tour The annual club tour of the Wesley Boys 4-H was held Juno 2, starting from Sexton. A picnic- dinner was held at the George Seaberg farm and a short talk was given by Dean Barnes. After dinner the fathers and boys went to the Oscar Hammond farm for a softball game. Refreshments were served after the game. Pardon Me for butting in.. But after all a Father has the right to give a hint where you might find his favorite gift for Father's Day, this coming Sunday , . . .. YOU'LL FIND IT AT FREDERICK Here's A Pop Pleaser DELUXE ICE CHEST Large capacity — l.Wi x 22'/2 x 12'V. Holds 50 Ibs. of ice. 40 "Cokes". Large food tray. Uefrigerator-type liner. Seamless, water tight. $12.88 ARTIC COOLER .Entire cooler is solid, insulation- weighs only 2'A Ibs. Molded of sturdy, expanded polystyrene. Large size 16 x 12 x 24". $2.66 ZEBCO SPIN REEL Adjustable drag, thumb control, interchangeable spool. Never a back lash. 100 yards of line included. $3.66 GLASS SPIN-CAST ROD Solid glass. Length 5'-j'. Fast tip action. Detachable aluminum die-cast handle. I! bright metal guides, tip. Cork grip. $4.95 GET BOTH FOR ONLY $7.88 THURS. thru SAT. MATINEES DAILY AT 1:30 IT'S IN THE DISNEY-LIKE TRADITION OF "SHAGGY DOG" ANDFLUBBER FUN! FRESH, HILARIOUS ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL AGES .... WITH LAUGHS TO SPARE! 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Stainless steel, with textured easy-grip handles. 20" FORK 97c 20" TURNER 97c 16" BRUSH 97c 16" TONG 1.39 CHARCOAL LIGHTER Just spray it on, light it. No IT.ess, no trouble. Quart 39c IMPORTABLE BRAZIER Adjustable 3-position grill, re- movable legs, mar-proof feet. Big enough to feed the crowd, small enough to take along- anywhere. Perfect for the beach, picnics or the back yard. One-piece copper-tone bowl. Legs remove to make a truly compact, take-anywhere grill conies in handy tote-pak carry carton. $1.99 FIRE EXTINGUISHER Dry chemical type — Coast (iuanl and I' L approved. Handy for workshop, garage, boat, etc. Solid brass-cased gauge. A REAL VALUE $11.88 2 FOR 1 SALE - Hand Lantern & Sportsman Lantern Powerful prefpcqsed hand lantern, and deluxe floodlight-type sports- man lantern with built-in red glow emergency light. Reg. $18.98. BOTH FOR UTILITY CAN All-plastic rust, dust proof. Use for fuel, water. Red or white color. 1 GALLON 3 GALLON 5 GALLON 98c $1.99 $2.99 POWER TOOLS AND SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS FREDERICK fJHJ\ M\ fSm\~ * '"*-' I ' " ~^. t"~l I 1 i 1 i i ' • ' '_^_ _i . '•' ' ' ' • 'l ' ' . . HARDW/M7E STORES The best place in AJgona to buy tine quality haidwaie — at a savings ! CY 4-4122 ALGONA, IOWA Attmm/Esimnai TECHNICOLOR* FROM WARNER BROSi .nm»CONSUMEfORO-ALIliRI PLUS COLOR CARTOON READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS St. Joe CDA M-D Banquet Held Recently St. .lor - C [) A heirl its annual Mother - Daughter banquet j n st. .Toseph's school with a large crowd in attendance Invocation via-; given by Kcv. '" C Schumacher with Mrs Marvin Reding loastmistn'ss for the program. Address of u-elcomo was given hy Mrs Francis Krpeld- ing. grand regent The Rarhershop (Juinlef. Tom McKeovvn, Heuiald Sal/. C|etu<? ^iil/. William Mi (,uire and l.eon- iinl MeCinre sang. Kathleen Rec- -iin gave a Inhiile to mothers and her mother, Mr-; Kdward Reeson gave the mothers' response Kev. Nicholas ,(. Huha from SI Hene- dicl gave the address. Visiting guests were Hilda \em- mers and Colette Kocker. Rancroft. tenedichon was given hy Kev. Leo '. Schumacher. Prizes were awarded In Kmily Tlml. Slieryll Ucyderl and Mrs reg Origer. Committee in charge of arrange- nents were Mrs Damian Cent- iraf, Mrs Frank Reding. Mrs Adeine Wagner, Mrs Clarence Ror- li-nn, Mrs fteinakl Sal/ and Mrs im Stahl. Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas ontertain- d the Farmerette 500 Club Thurs- lay evening with Mrs Bill Speeht .iul Mrs Ralph Kramer as guests. U'eeiving pri/.es were Mrs Ray ilgwi, Mrs William McGuire iml Mrs Arthur Kuhlhaas. Mrs (ay Thilges entertains the club in une. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas, larian. Marvin and Allan and Mrs John Thiil drove to Rochester Ihursday where Mrs Kohlhaas and Mrs Tlml made appointments at the Mayo Clinic. Enroutc, they •Uoppeii at the Bill Fersll homo at Kiester, Minn, where the Kohl- laas youngsters spent the clay. They also ealled on Mrs Thul's sister, Mrs Kate Phillips in Owa- onna, Minn. Doris Ann Kohlhaas was accom- janied home from Briar Cliff Col- ege. Sioux City, Tuesday by class- males Mary Markem, Marilyn Kun/ and Mary Bernard. Wednesday, the girls accompanied Mary Markem to her home at Holy Cross for several days. Bob Zeimct, son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Zcimet, is home from St. Ambrose College, Davenport, where he will be a senior this fall. Bob was elected president of the Monogram Club and representative on the student council for the coming year. Bob is employed for the summer with the Becker Construction Co. Peter Krpelcling, Mrs Adeline Wagner and daughters Betty and Sandra, Mary Margaret Krpelding and Judy Wagner left Thursday for Lindsay, Tex. where they attended the wedding of Jolene Margaret Zimmerer and Robert M. Fuhrmann June 2. Betty Wagner was a bridesmaid at the wedding. The Fuhrmanns formerly lived here and Mr Fuhrmann is an uncle of Mrs Adeline Wagner. Three great baseball players are tied for having played in the most World Series: the late Babe Ruth, Yogi Rerra and Mickey Mantle — 10 each. Thursday thru Saturday — "Tho Two Little Rears", 7 ()(> - <J -If.; "Six Rlack Horses", !! :!(). Madness daily at i:il). "Homo Adventure"- I ::o - 3 Jfi- L'5 - 7:25 - a.-10. Monday — T ou - 9: IS. Tuesday thru Thursday — "The TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY .THE MIRISCH COMPANY M.U.I. Come closer, child...closer. Whisper the slander. .'. spread the i rumor..,, spill dirt. «WILUAM WYLER production Secai/19 of th« maturs nature of it* th«m« — PLUS COLOR CARTOON

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