The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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ALGONA -WED. ONLY- NOV. 21 ONE OF THE GREAT PICTURES FROM OUR "GOLDEN OPERETTA SERIES" M-G-M'S GREAT HIT! THE :GREAT •/-> WALTZ 2—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, November 13, 1962 RAJNER FERNAND GRAVE! M1L1ZA KORJUS HUGH HERBERT LIONEL ATWILL Directed ky Julien Duvirier Adults: Sl.OO Children: 25c Neighbors Aid Nurres, Pick 120 Acres Corn A large group of good friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs E. F. Nurre Nov. 5 lo harvest her corn for her. Tin men picked 120 acres, averaging about 20 acres an hour. There were 14 pickers, and a like amount of auxiliary equipment, that kept 7 elevators running. The men who helped were: Art Schiltz. Russell Ditswnrth. Paul Schraulh. Roger Vaskp, Richard ScNItz, Maurice Bombard, Gene Lampe. Joe V'nllmar. E. Hutchinson, John Drocsslcr. Fred Tig.eos. Frank Drnessler. Floyd Yacklc Walt Goche. Walt Mehke. Walter Difsworlh. Alan Menke. Dennis Lynch. Herman Soderberg. Phii Rernhard. Joe Ford, Larry Wilhelmi. Stephen Schiltz. Con' Schiltz. Ervin Kramer. Gerald Soderberg Marvin Marlow. Ray Ditswonh. \] Elshecker, Ross Ininan. Marvin Vaske, Screal DeGeeler. Roland Kollasch. Erwin Heldorfer. Gerald White. Clarence Vaske. M. ,1. rrunkhill. Clarence Slama, Phil Inman, Phil Heldorfer, John Krapp, Bill Kollasch, Luke Hamilton, Ed Vaske, C. H. Wilhelmi, Richard Menke, Phil Vaske, Tom, Ken, Denny and Larry Nurre. Women who helped for the dinner were: Mrs Herman Soderberg. Mrs Erwin Heldorfer, Mrs Russell Ditsworth, Mrs Walter Ditsworth, Mrs Marvin Vaske, Mrs Ervin Kramer, Mrs Gerald Soderberg, Mrs Ed Vaske, Mrs Bert Kollasch, Mrs Clarence Slama, Mrs 0. H. Tibodeau, Mrs Phil Vaske, Mrs Screal DeGeeter, Mrs Luke Hamilton. Other ladies sent in food for the dinner. Earlier the group had combined 23 acres of beans for Mrs Nurre following the sudden death of her husband. •BURT By Mrs. At Hinckley Roger Ulses. who is attending the Universal Trade School, Omaha. Neb. spent the weekend ith his parents, the Erwin Ulses. The First District Quarterly conference of the Burt and Ledyard Methodist churches will be held at the Burt church at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16. Dr. Kitterman, FOR YOUR LISTEN- f ING PLEASURE EACH WEDNESDAY EVE. AT 8:00 P.M. Incidental music on the , , Hammond organ featuring ,, HELEN C. MIKES Organ furnished by the JONES PIANO HOUSE OF FORT DODGE ON OUR STAGE 8:15 p.m. "THE BARBER SHOP QUARTETTE" COMING U'ED.. .NOV. 2H "SWEETHEARTS" JKANETTE MacDONALD NELSON EDDY ON OUR STAGE Every FRIDAY NIGHT - 9 P.M. GAMBLES KIDDIE AMATEUR SHOW You Be The Judge & Pick The Winners 3 BIG PRIZES IN .MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATES WINNERS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT FIRST PRIZE $10-SECOND $5-THIRD $3 Open to anyone up to 12 years of age Entries may be left at the Algona Theatre or at Gambles Store. FREE BUGS BUNNY TALKING DOLL Given Away Each Fri. Night to Some Lucky Person FRIDAY NIGHT AT \ ^ ALGONA SUN.-MON.-TUES., NOV. 18-19-20 ALGONA. IT'S FAMILY FUN-TIME -AT THi JERRY LEWIS The Most Famous Goof-Up Who Ever Went To War... He's a Teenage Terror Who Scares Nobody But Himself... as THE SACK *-'« ROBERT IVERS-HORACE MCMAHON l*i/il..«.«Hiy »«•* H) jjitia) ty A pv,amn, JERRY LEWIS-DON MCGUIRE- Re GEORGE MARSHALL EDMUND BELOIN«NATE MONASTIC i U'dlt'J D> l*u»je '&MI Spencer district superintendent will be present to conduct the session. All officers from both churches are urged to be present. Beulah circle is sponsoring the first family night of the church year Wednesday evening, Nov. 14. A pot luck supper will be held at 6:30 The program for the evening will be a travelogue by Richard Anderson, Swea City, who traveled to Russia this past summer. The annual UNICEF Treat or Trick drive by Burt Girl Scoutn netted approximately $20. 345 voters turned out in Burt to cast their ballots Tuesday. There are approximately 500 eligible voters in the township. Walter Steward, Marshal was reeleclcd to that position. Mr and Mrs Merle Schwietert entertained at dinner on Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversary of their daughter, Pat. Guests included Pats grandmother. Mrs Louise Mechler, Mr and Mrs E. A. Mechler and family, Mr and Mrs Douglas Mechler and family and Mrs Louise Senne all of Titonkn and Mr and Mrs E. C. Schwietert. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchet and daughter, Sharla left Saturday for Dayton, Ohio, where they will enjoy a 10-day visit with the former's brothers, Allen and David and their respective families. Louis Scott returned to his home in Burt Thursday after being hospitalized at Algona for the past week. Burt residents welcome to their midst Mr and Mrs Will Gifford. who this week moved into the former Cora Stow home they purchased. The Cliffords are retiring from active farming west of Burt. Members of the American Legion and its Auxiliary observed Veteran's Day with an oyster supper at the Legion hall Saturday evening. Mrs Dell Stroebel, Long Beach, Calif, and Cliff Cooper, Miller, So. Dakota, left the end of the week for their respective homes after visiting with their sister. Mrs Lettie Vogel. and attending last rites for the late Will Vogel. Thanksgiving vacation at the Burl school will begin Nov. 21, and school will resume Monday, Nov. 26. Mr and Mrs Ron Charlson and children spent several clays last week with Mrs Charison's parents at Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Mr and Mrs Gene Haley, Omaha, Neb., and Mrs Paul Hudson. Fenton, visited Thursday at the home of Mrs Haley's grandfather, Albert Volentine. Mrs Haley i.i the former Judy Volentine. Mr and Mrs James Christenscn left the first of the week for a visit with their daughter, Betty Bea, Tulsa, Okla. Beth Miller was the honored guest af her home Friday when members of the T.N.T. club met for a 10 o'clock luncheon. Hostesses were Lillian Frcdericksnn and Elsie Lockwood. The vocal music jepartment 'if Burt high school under the direction of Mrs Erna Grovcr will present their fall concert at 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 15 at the H. S. gym. There will be numbers by soloists, small groups, boys and girls glee clubs and the high school chorus, including every kind of music from classic, sacred and modern numbers. There will be no admission charged. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs Howard Sparks went to Forest City Tuesday where she had the experience of attending a most interesting program in the Methodist church. The award winning ''Know Your Neighbor" panel was appearing. This panel has won state-wide acclaim for it's work in presenting the need for a better understanding of human relations between persons and families of different races, religions and national backgrounds. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Nov. o in the home of Mrs Victor Fitch. Eight members and six guests attended. Guests: Flossie Bartlett, Loro Allen, Tola Bartlett, Korene Fitch, Maude Hix and Alice Hix of Sexton, lola Bartlett is a new member of the club and Flossie Bartlett re-joined the club. It was decided that the club send five dollars to the Tree of Lights for Christmas. The annual Christmas pot luck dinner will be held at the Portland community hall at 12 sharp, Tuesday, Dec. 4, each member to bring a hot dish, dessert, own sandwiches and dishes. There was also an election of officers. Hazel Carroll was elected chairman, Leona Haase, vice- chairman, Viva Ringsdorf, secretary, and Vera Fitch, treasurer. Wyona Harms and Viva Ringsdorf are on the calling committee. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Mary, Norma. and David and Mr and Mrs Philip Carlson, Ruth Harms and Gary Davis went to Alden Sunday, where they were dinner guests in the Robert Ites home in honor of Mrs Harms' birthday. Mr and ALGONA WED., NOV. 14 MATINEE ONLY AT 1:30 BlCHARDBASEHARI SIU [RWIN • ARIHUR SHIELDS- and IntiQdutmf —_ — OANN¥ BRAVO coLo%T y 0 1?u» e PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS WED. EVE., NOV. 14 ONLY "THE MERRY WIDOW" THURS. thru SAT. NOV. 15-16-17 VOLCANIC POWER AND PASSION! —-GFOFFRFYKFFN ^sts*wt*£Vw ULUiriiLI I\LLI1 • < UnjytrMl.lnUrnaUonal Piclurt "jf In fttlmtn COLOR . SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY - NOV. 17 A FREE "BUGS BUNNY" TALKING DOLL GIVEN TO SOME LUCKY PATRON COLOR CARTOONS Plus Western Hit COLOR KIDDIES ONLY 25c ADULTS 85c Mrs Pat Putkamer of Alden were also guests. Sunday evening a group of relatives and friends gathered at the Jesse Harms home to help Mrs Harms celebrate her birthday. Guests were Helen and Ilutli Harms of Algona, Mr and Mrs Andrew Harms and Brenda of Burt, Mr and Mrs Philip Carlson and Mr and Mrs Bill Champion of Algona, Mr and Mrs Bill Champion Jr. and family of Swea City and Leroy and Gary Davis of Burt. Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Mr and Mrs Kermit Zwiefel and Kendall were Sunday evening visitors in the Victor Fitch home. "Don't scoff at churches be- cause they contain so many sinners — if they were restricted to saints, they would be empty." SALES BOORS, register tick' els, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Uppet Des Moines Pub. Co., Algoha. Playing Wednesday Only, Nov. 21 at the Algona Theatre Wednesday Matinee Nov. 14 Only at 1:30. Wednesday Eve, Nov. 14 — "The Merry Widow" at 8.00. Thursday thru Saturday — "The Spiral Road", 7:00 and i):30. Saturday Matinee — "Bugs Bunny Cartoon Show at 1:30. Sunday — "The Sad Sack", 1:304:55-8:30; "Delicate Delinquent", 3:10-6:40-10:00. Monday and Tuesday — "Delicate Delinquent", 7:45 only; "The Sad Sack" at 9:30 only. Fcrnaml Gravel and Luise Kainer in a dramatic moment from Metro-Goldwyn-Maycr's musical-drama. "The Great Waltz." HOUSEWARES NOVEMBER IS l^>^ SPECIAL HOUSEWARES MONTH AT COAST-TO-COAST STORES SUE lona Highlander HAND MIXER K»g JII.95 New 3 speed h«avy duty mixer with powerful 100 watt matorl Big double chromed beaten that releaie with the touch of a buttani White modern • tyled ihape. (WS0537.7) Toastmaster 2 Slice AUTOMATIC ^ TOASTER Compare at $19.95 Now everyone eon have toail th» way they like It with the NEW color • elector for dark, light, medium! The modern styling and chrome flnlih will look nice In any kitchen! (WS0173A-4) PER . WEEK WITH 1MALL DOWN PAYMENT ELECTRIC SKILLET Giant 12 Inch tklllet of thick 11 gauge aluminum, mirror finish. Removable controls make It completely Immerslble In waterl UL approv. ed. Complete with control, cover and pan. (W50510-8) Proctor Inning Board PA,P. ; ANP COVER SET Compart at Soft and resilient thick cotton stitched pod. Scorch and stain re. slstant. Alumlnlted with silicon*, elastic edge. 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