The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 11
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Don Murray Has An Hour Interview With President Donald Murray, Democratic candidate for Congress from Iowa's new 6th district, and a native of Kossuth County (Bancroft), is pictured above at the White House, following a one-hour conference with the President of the United Stales, John F. Kennedy, who is shaking hands with him at the time of his departure. Don was with a group of candidates from various parts of the country who went over some of the major problems of the day. He said that President Kennedy was keenly interested In matters pertaining to agriculture, and said that "I need help in Congress to get necessary legislation through in the next session, especially to overcome the obstructionism to progressive ideas in giving agriculture a fair deal." During Murray's two-day session in Washington he visited with ether top officials and leading Democratic congressmen. He was in Washington, Sept. 14 and 15. (UDM Engraving) Tuesday, October 2, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine»-3 ENDS TONITE (WED,) ^MERRILL'S MARAUDERS" THURS. thru SAT. ALGONA 2 NEW EXCITING FEATURES I BO. TMSTORY OFA PSYCHOTIC^, , KILLERl -p WILLIAM CASTLE'S SEXTON SPECIAL MIDNITE SHOWING FRIDAY STARTING AT 11:15 REGULAR SHOWING - SUN. thru WED. ALL THE YOUNG LOVES FROM THE SENSATIONAL BEST-SELLER! STARRING AS THE INTERNb MICHAEL CM I GUFF ROBERTSON I JAMES MacAflTHUB INICK ADAMS ASTHE ' RGIRLS - HEETIANNEHELMISTEftNIEPOVIfERS' . PLUS COLOR CARTOON The Sexton Friendly Club had the first meeting of the new year at Mrs Noll Opheim's with an election of new officers. They are, president, Mrs Art Hix, vice president, Mrs Clarence Huff, and secretary, Mrs Elmer Phillips Two new members for the year are Mrs Leo Kirschbaum and Mrs Joe Penning and other guests for the meeting were Mrs Frank Pru- isman, Mrs Tom Arndorfer and Mrs Bob Schumacher of Remsen Entertainment was a surprise baby shower for the assistant hostess, Mrs Alfred Opheim, and thr guests worked on stamped quill blocks to be put together later a.= a baby quilt by the future grandmother. The October meeting will be with Mary McMahon, Mrs Wilford Ward assisting. Sexton is no longer a neglected little byway, as we have also been robbed just like a number of our big neighbors. Some foolhardy bandits broke into the Kirschbaum Garage recently and rifled thr cash drawer. They were takinp quite a chance breaking in a south window in full view of the Kirschbaum home as Mr Kirschbaum j was sitting up part of the nich 1 to relieve an aching back. After this incident, some local citizens who saw a strange car driving slcwly around town a number of times, miijht wonder if they really were "casing the joint." Just a few clays after some i (he local residents were wondering when will we get our street lights, two young fellows arrivet 1 in the light company truck Thursday morning and began installing our new automatic street ligl ^ Adults didn't arrange an opening ceremony for the evening but the children celebrated the event by getting up a football game "under the lights." There was some com- ent that it was too bad it couldn't have been two days sooner to dis- courage the garage bandits work ing under cover of darkness. Not all the farmers are going to the city to work, Sexton has t case of the grinding truck driver going to the farm. Mr and Mrs Palmer Rurup will be moving ir March to a farm north of Titonka and the best of luck to them ir their new home, although Mr Ru rup will be missed by the farmer? of this area. Another local resident was very lucky in the results of her ac cident. Mrs Mack Wise fell while out in the yard and was unable tr get up for about an hour and was unheard when she called for help: She was lucky to have only bruises and a chill to show for her hour in the morning cold. Mr and Mrs Darrell Stevenr have added another boy to their family and so one more boy is added to the growing collection in Sexton. Sexton is losing it's countryfied air in another way, as one more red barn is gone. The latest work at the Clarence Golwitzer home has been the remodeling of the barn into a garage and the work covered with a coat of white paint. The children are the center of activity this week at the Glenn Gabrielson's as Glennda is home from college for the weekend. Kenyon is entertaining company and the whole family is taking in the football game at Webster City and leaving Joyce there to visit with cousins for the weekend. Plum Creek ladies are planning a free service to the community and anyone interested is welcome at the Plum Creek Center School for the lessons given by the ladies on the Defense First Aid project. Mrs Wilford Ward and Mr? Glenn Gabrielson were doing some extra cooking Thursday afternoon in preparation for the supper held at the Wesley Methodist church that evening. SENECA NEWS Mrs Larry Claussen and baby son, Greg William, returned to their home at Spencer after having spent two weeks at the parental William Dorsey home. Little Greg, first grandchild for the William Dorseys, was born Aug. 29 at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Harry Vahldieck of Wallingford visited Thursday at the Martin Wflberg home. ..Larry Osborn, son of (he Lestrr Osborns, was graduated last week from an auto mechanics school at Omaha, Neb. He has accepted a position at Fairmont, Minn, and began work Oct. 1. Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn and Shirley accompanied Mr and Mrs Morgan Tennyson and son Mike of Truman, Minn., to Alexandria, S. D., where they visited with the Elmer Letchers and other relatives over the weekend. Mrs Norma Morgan, new Kossuth County Home Economist called on Mrs Art Bergum nnd Mrs Henry Looft Thursday. Mrs Henrietta Thompson was hostess to the Seneca Thursday Club at her home Thursday afternoon. As hostess, she also had charge of the entertainment. Mrs Glenn Hoppee of Truman Minn., visited Tuesday at UK home of her daughter, the David Loofts. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft spen' last weekend at Rochester, Minn., at the home of their son Jack ant' family. Enroute home they visited with the Gerrit DC Wnards near Titonka. Mrs De Waard is recuperating at her home following recent surgery. Mrs Bertha Pom mer has been staying at the De- Waard home while she is convalescing. Raymond Wilberg left recently for Tempe, Ariz, where he has en- relied for further study. Mr and Mrs Donald Dokken ant' family of Sioux City spent ln«' weekend at the parental Olaf Oftedahls. The Seneca Stars 4-H demon stration team, composed of And rea Stefanski and Jolleen Mueller along with their leader, Mrs Ar' Bergum, will go to Waterloo Thursday where the girls will pre sent their demonstration at the Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress. Mrs Nina Kracht has volunteered to take the girls and their leader ALGONA SATURDAY - CONTINUOUS FROM 11:30 A.M. 711 2 P.M. 6 - COLOR CARTOONS ! PLUS 2-"THREE STOOGE" COMEDIES ! Tickets On Sale 'Til 1:15 NO REGULAR MATINEE AT 2 P.M. THEATRE RENTED FOR BAND FESTIVAL Tuesday... today... See all three! CHRYSLER - DODGE - DART If you can't make it today — come in this weekend while you're in Algona for the annual Band Festival ... Or come in anytime and we will be most Happy to show you the 1963 Chrysler, Dodge and Dart. Remember, only Chrysler offers you 5 year or 50,000 mile warranty plus 20 other very important features. Raise your eyes and take another long look at this crisp, new, custom look of Chrysler 1963. How would you describe it ? A stunning concept In restrained elegance. Has the custom look of a town car. ' Beautifully designed in line and form. You'll find no small-size Chryslers, no jr. editions, to undercut your big-car investment, penalize your pride or reduce your resale value. All '63 Chryslers are big, beautiful and V-8 powered. All are pleasant price surprises, too. Take a step ahead in style. The beautiful way to go i n the low-price field ! ! Thursday through Saturday — "Everything's Ducky", 7:00-10:00; "Homicidal", 8:35. Saturday morning Cartoon show at 11:30 and 12:30. No matinee after 2:00 Theatre rented for Band, Festival . Evening showings starting at 8 p.m. Friday midnite slnw — "The Interns" at 11:30. Sunday — "The Interns" at 1:30 - 3:30 - 5:30 - 7:30 - 9:50. Monday through Wednesday — "The Interns" at 7:15 - 9:35. The Dependable Dodge for '63 DODGE FOR '63 — low-priced, model for model with other ears in the low-priced field, we feel is the biggest bargain you will ever drive. Equipped with the exclusive "5 year or 50,000 mile warranty" which protects you or a future owner . . . no o;her car can make this offer Ses the many exclusive features. New Dart, better than ever!! Back again but not just like the rett of the compacts, ll has a neat 111 inch wheelbase BUT IS BIG INSIDE, compact in price and top in handling ease. Darfs roomy interior is exceptional in passenger comfort & convenience. You will find the quality touches that you would expect to find in Podge plus many more. SEE AU THREE TODAY AT nHtai ii^HNp*™i ^^^m ^F ^fcM^ rfHte W rffep «flH|n mJUimiiiit w^f South Phillips I DQDOE ~ PART - CHRYSLER SALES & SERVICE Algona

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