The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 2
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(lo.) Upper Det M*n»i Thursday, Feb. 11, 1965 I—*• L iNDS "APACHE RIFLES" Plus "FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA" ALGONA There** something funny about "Charlie and you-11 love i SUN. Thru WED. .14-17 She comes on like a girl, looks like a girl, laughs like a girl... yet she' says she once was Charlie Sorel, my best friend-and he got shot dead for making passes. But now he's back in great shape-HERS I / fabbie pat euro* / reynold* I boone ,. 1U Joanna Barnes /Laura Devon waiter matthau .~ HOMEMAKERS MET The Plum Creek Homemakers met Jan. 27 with Mrs. Jean Benschoter, assisted by Blanche Long and Millie Slagle. Sixteen members and five guests were present. Beulah Seeley gave inspiration. A playlet, "A Room Upstairs", was given by Hosanne Schmidt, Beulah Seely, Evelyn Mawdsley and Norma Paetz. -o- WSCS CIRCLES Circles of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Feb. 18 with Mrs. Clarence Morrall, Mrs. Frank Sterling, Mrs. E. H. Pittman, Mrs. Murl Potter, Mrs. William Hawcott, Josephine Dittmer, Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Leslie Walker, Mrs. L. H. Robinson, Mrs. Clifford Skogstrom and Mrs. Jerry Payne, -o- CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of the First Baptist church women will meet Feb. 18 with Mrs. Paul Richardson, Mrs. C. N. Robinson and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank. -o- TO SERVE COFFEE Zeta Xi Sorority met at the home of Mrs. Jerry Cowan. As a service project it was decided to serve coffee to the Adult Education Classes Monday evening. SATURDAY, FEB. 13 ONLY DOORS OPEN AT 10i30 - SHOW STARTS AT 11:00 THE MOST TITANIC MONSTERS! OF ALL TIME CLASH HEAD-ON! JOHN BECK presents COLOR ALL SEATS 90c Wf •» iff V £gSS^Sikl»61il»;S^ After six great years like this what could Pontiac possibly come up with next? 1965 Pontiac: Car of the Year! That's what! We had to reach a climax somewheie along the line. And what better climax ioi a car than to win Motor Trend's Car of the Year Award for 1965? Nutluncj could pk-aso us mote, except ma 1 ,be the way people ate bu;,i.'uj out cars. And they ate. Dme one and find out why. SCHULTZ BROS, SLUMBER PARTY Barbara Teeter entertained 25 Algona senior girls at a slumber party last Friday evening. It was her 19th birthday, -o- BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. George McVay entertained her birthday club Jan. 27. The anniversary of Mrs. Bob Laing was observed, -o- PLAY 500 Mrs. Milton Dahl is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening. -o- BRIDGE - LUNCHEON Mrs. Chester Schoby and Mrs. Ray Potter entertained at a bridge - luncheon last Monday. Three tables were in play, -o- WED 23 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. John Emmerts, Mason City, and Mrs. J. D. Graham, Burt, were at Blooming Prairie, Minn., last Sunday, and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Christy Olson. The birthdays of John Emmerts and Cheri Olson, 2, and the twenty-third wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Graham were observed. -o- U. P. W. MEETINGS Circles of United Presbyterian women will meet Feb. 18 with Mrs. Dena Boekelman, Mrs. Charles Patterson, Mrs. Alfred Kresensky and Mrs. Gordon Hall, -o- PLAN COFFEE October circle of the Methodist W. S. C. S. is having a coffee Feb. 11, from 9:30 o'clock. Hostesses are Mrs. Max Bartholomew and Mrs. Everett Barr, The coffee is to be held at Mrs. Barffjs,' 505 S. Wooster street/ Mertibers of , the church and friend's are in- j vited. - • ij -o- '" ', PLAN MEETING .,,,./ The MethoMates club of the Methodist church will meet Feb. 21 at 7 o'clock with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins, -o- HOST CARD CLUB Mr. and Mrs. William Tordoff entertained their card club Sunday evening. -o- LJSA GEILENFELD, 8 Lisa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld, observed her eighth birthday Friday by having as dinner guests, Kathy Morgan and Denise Coleman. -o- TO BAPTISM Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert are going to Charles City, Feb. 14, to attend the baptism of their grandson Billy, three month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bernau. Sponsors will be the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bernau, West Bend. Karen Haase Engaged; Will Wed In Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase of Algona, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter Karen to Robert K. Underwood, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Underwood, Sr., of Colfax, Iowa. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Algona High School and Iowa Methodist School of Nursing in Des Moines, and she is presently employed as a clinical instructor at the Mental Health Institute in Clarinda, Iowa. The future groom is a graduate of Wentworth Military Academy in Lexington, Missouri, and is presently stationed with the Army at Fort Gordon, Georgia. A September wedding isbeingplan- ned. PLAN SUPPER A pot-luck supper was held Thursday evening at St. Thomas Episcopal church. An Altar Guild meeting will be held Feb. 18 at 1:30. The regular Guild will meet the following Thursday with Abbie Tjaden, chairman. -o- ATTEND RALLY A Baptist missions rally luncheon was held last Wednesday at Spencer. In attendance from the First Baptist church' were Mesdames Mack Carlson, Paul Richardson, Ed BoAvman, Clifford Riebhoff, Newtta-vl^ter, Clyde Priebe, Wayne'-'Keith, Sam Medin, 1 Karl Willaion, Leonard Maasdam • and Will$m,Geering. Mission! ariesjfrom China, Tiwan, and [India "gave talks, -on their work £ in ; tthe fSretgri' f ields> • -- - •---"- WED'31 YEARS " 1 Mrs. Glent' Harms entertained Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, $ode, and Mr., and Mrs. Har- ojld Martinek, ^esley, at dinner Jan. 28 in ' honor of her husband's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harms were dinner guests Jan. 29 of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Harms, in honor of their thirty-first wedding anniversary. •Tifdic/T ly Mr*. Mary. Schrotder A birthday dinner was held Friday evening, for John Rode. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brandt and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rode, Mrs. Caroline Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rode and sons. Titonka Woman's Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs, Clarke Miller. The Mother-Daughter Banquet was held Wednesday evening, Feb. 3, at Titonka Methodist church, with a large crowd pre- "Goodbye Charlie" starts Sunday at the Algona Theatre 1009 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALOONA, IOWA "IT'S INCRBWWJB" think. 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