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10-Aloeno. (la.) Upp»r Del Melnei Thursday, May 20, 1965 "OF HUMAN BONDAGE" Starts Sunday at Hie Algona Theatre Jvi'rn .Votfjfc. portraying I/IP .leilnrtife heroine of "O/ llntnnn Rondafe," pretend* to he emharraimeil at hrr lack of privacy an .«/!*> get* dre**ed in thi* *cene from the .M(l\f-Seven Art* production. \fi»» A'otyifc enact* hrr moat controi>er»lal role a* the *hallotr Cockney tvaitre** ti-ho play* rat-and-mon*e trith the affection* of Isinrence Harvey in the poirerful nforv LuVerne Clubs Active; Some End Program Year LUVERNE - The Woman Society of World Service meeting was held May 6 at the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church with the president, Mrs. Albert Hefty, presiding. The devotions and lesson was presented by Mrs. Harry Naffzlger. Plans were made for a fellowship following a talk in the church the evening of May 14 for Miss Ruth Elmer, a missionary in Japan, home visiting relatives. Mrs. Paul Bluraer was hostess, serving refreshments. The Ladies Aid met in the rooms of the Zlon Ev. Lutheran church with the president, Mrs. Allen Darby, presiding. Plans were made for serving refreshments for the ministerial conference held May 10. Rev. R. T. Mueller delivered the religious lesson and prayer. An auction was held. Mrs. Robert Gronbach was the hostess. - o - LAST CIRCLE MEETINGS The last circle meetings of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church for the church year were held with Circle 1, Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Devotions, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, lesson, Mrs. Chester Sill. Mrs. Raymond Nelson, vice chairman presided and she was presented with a gift. Mrs. Loyd Larson was given a farewell gift as they have moved to Humboldt. Guests were Miss Grace Lichty, Mrs. Herman Schulz, Mrs. DeLain Blumer, Mrs. Douglas Holmes, Mrs. Rode Watts. Circle n, with Mrs. Faye Lichty. Devotions, Mrs. Earl Manning, lesson Mrs. Alvin Weber. Mrs. Irvin Jergensen, chairman, presided. She was given a gift as retiring chairman. Guests were Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe and Mrs. Joe Madden. Circle in, with Mrs. Clara McClellan. Devotions, Miss Myrtle Jordan, lesson was a quiz conducted by Mrs. Duane Nede and Mrs. L, B. Shelton. Mrs. Neal, chairman, presided and she was presented a gift as retiring chairman. - o - EVENING STAR CIRCLE The Evening Star circle were guests of Mrs. Vernon Eggleston. Mrs. Judy Wilkinson was a guest. Devotions, Mrs. Gerald Ramus and lesson Mrs. Ben Hefty. Mrs. Wilder Rockwood presided at the routine business. Installation of new officers will take place at the general meet- Ing May 19 with the Rev. Worthie Usher officiating. . o - Mr. and Mrs. Max Block received news of the death of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles Block, 75, on April 28 in Bett- endorl, Iowa. Mrs. Anna Hanselman entertained her 500 card club recently. At play, high, Mrs. Tillie Stoddard, low, Mrs. Frank Gronbach. The American Legion Auxiliary unit monthly meeting was held with president, Mrs. Bryan Stewart, presiding. Plans were made for annual Poppy Day with J4rs. Earl John, Poppy chairman, and the Memorial Day service. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. John and Mrs. Carl Swanson. Hostesses were Mrs. Anne Smith and Mrs. Albert Georich. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, Fprt Dodge, formerly of Lu- Yevne, left for Frankfurt, Germany, to visit their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Wittenburg and children. Kenneth is the son of the late Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenburg, former pastor of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church. The Rev. Wittenburg is a chaplain in the Army in Germany. Mrs. Albert Hefti, Mrs. Harry Naffziger, Mrs. Melvin Marty, and Mrs. Henry Kubly were guests of the Woman's Society of World Service in the Renwick Evangelical United Brethren church. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hardcopf went to Iowa City for a checkup of Mrs. Hardcopf. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenz of Blue Earth visited with their son, the Roland Lenz family and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby visited Sunday with their daughter, Mary Lee, a student, nurse now completing three months psychiatric training for nurses at the State Mental Health institution at Independence, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ander' son and children of Leland visited with her parents, the LeRoy Hanselman 1 s, and her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Mrs. Lucinda Stone attended the funeral of Fred Habeger, 62, in Burt. Fred Baumgartner was released from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was a medical patient for a week. Charles Hlnz, a medical and surgical patient at the Veterans hospital, .Des Molnes, for several weeks, was released and returned to his LuVerne home. Canasta 8 were afternoon guests of Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Mrs. Eli Bager was a guest player. Mrs. Duane Neal, high and Mrs. John Cox, low. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach, LuVerne, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman, Mrs. Dora Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue of Livermore enjoyed some fishing at Spirit Lake. Billy Ramus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus celebrated his fourth birthday and guests were Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and Vicky, Mrs. Leslie Calkins and LeRoy, Mrs. Richard Gron- hach, Mrs. Lowell Thomas, Mrs. Otto Lawson and Otto. Coffee guests In the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hing, Llvermore, Mrs. Allen Darby, Mrs. William Blgings and Billy's grandmother, Mrs. Delia Burgess, LuVerne. Mrs. Lydla Lund was visited the past week by her brothers, John Rentz of Brltt and Alfred Rentz of Mason City. Carl Ruger and Alfred Rentz of Mason City, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger, Sr. Mr. Ruger, Sr., 90, is confined to his home by Illness. A belated birthday dinner In the Elmer Gronbach home in Livermore honored Mr. Gronbach. His guests were his brother, the Frank Gronbachs, Lu- Verne, sisters, Mrs. Freda Steussy, Mrs. Ellen Raney, Algona, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman and Mrs. Dora Gronbach, Livermore. Mrs. Faye Lichty and Mrs. Cecil Jolllffe went to the Rotary Ann Home, Eagle Grove and brought Miss Grace Lichty here for a visit with her sister-in-law and former friends. Mrs. Edward Lenz, LuVerne, and her sister, Mrs. Harry Fleming of Corwith spent the weekend with their sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips at Stewarts- vllle, Minn. They also visited the Gordon Lenz family at Kasson, Minnesota. Gardner Of Wesley To Wed July 3 WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dianne, to Larry M. Tobin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Tobin of Floyd. The young folks will be married at Austin, Minn., July 3. Miss Gardner Is a graduate of Hamilton Business College,Mason City, and is employed by Geo. A. Hormel Co. of Austin. Mr. Tobin has served four years In the Navy and is now employed by the Oliver Corp., CharlesCity. - o - ELECT PRESIDENT ~* Mesdames J. M. Kunz, Chas. Mullin, Jim Walker, H.H. Raney, and Martin Hamilton, members of Bill's Standard Service bowl- Ing team, went to Clear Lake May 12 to attend the annual din- »ner party, business meeting and election of officers. Mrs. Raney was elected president of the local league. - o - WILL ELECT C.D.A.'s will hold the annual election of officers May 25. On the serving committee are Marlon Youngwlrth, Agnes Stevens, Kathryn Hamilton, ArleenTeb- ben, Ella Hanlg and Marjorle Becker. On the entertainment committee are Ruth Mary Hrubes, Viola Studer, Joan Vitzthum, Esther Raising, Vanda Pfeffer, and Margaret Root. - o - SCHOOL PLANS The 8th grade pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school spent May 17 at Garrigan high school, Algona, which many of them will attend this fall. The annual picnic will be held In Iowa, after a day's fishing beer's the one... for good taste, good fun Wherever you fish for sport — on the ocean, by the booming surf, or on some quiet country pond, it's great at the end of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer. While you're talking over the ones that got away, or pan-frying the ones that didn't, you enjoy the hearty taste and cool refreshment only a glass of beer can give you so well. Yes, whatever your sport—bowling or strolling, golfing or gardening—a frosty glass of beer makes a naturally great accompaniment. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 159, OSCtOLA, IOWA May 26 on the school grounds. Report cards will be given alter mass Friday, May 28. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson visited her brother, Orln Byro and family at Goldfield May 9. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson were hosts to the H. R. Hlg- dons of Brltt and the Arvln Larsons and family Mother's Day. Mrs. Frank Fox and Darlene attended the funeral of a relative, Linda Jo Tryon, 15, at Good Hope Lutheran Church Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson spent Friday evening In Clarion with his sister, Mrs. Carrie Anderson and their twin brothers, Orville and Obed Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Altcheson and family of Marshalltown spent Friday night and Saturday in the parental Clarence Altcheson home. Prairie neighbors met May 11 in the Herman Studer home, with Mrs. Ray Stevens assisting. A Mother's Day program waspres- ented by Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer and Mrs. Glen Smith. Each member brought a baby picture and a wedding picture and guests were asked to identify or match the pictures. The group will hold their June meeting In the Nell Frimmal home with Mrs. Leo Hanlg assisting. Mrs. Herman Bode was elected president of the Hancock Co. T.B. and Health Association at their regular meeting held recently in the Congregational church in Britt. Mrs. Bode, Mrs. Art Livingston and Mrs. Ray Doughan represented Hancock Co. at the State Meeting In the Hotel Savory In Des Moines in April. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thissen and family of Waterloo were May 9 guests of her mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson and other relatives. A girl was born May 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Forburger at the Brltt hospital, and she has been named Anita Kay. The couple now have a family of five sons and three daughters. The Urban Llcktelgs and Tom For- burgers are grandparents and the John Lickteigs are great- grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Robinson of Des Molnes spent several days last week In the Earl and Darrell Robinson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klyn and family spent the May 9 weekend in Pella with their parents and attended the Tulip Festival. Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard was elected vice president of the Music Mother's .of the Corwith Wesley school at their election recently. Mesdames Helen Johnson, Jo Meurer, Myrtle Lease and Clara Goetz attended a Kossuth County American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Algona May 11. Mrs. Martin Hamilton entertained her bridge club May 8. This concludes the parties for the summer months. The music department of the Corwith Wesley school presented its spring concert Monday even- Ing. The senior, junior and swing bands each played six numbers and the vocal division presented mixed chorus, sextets, solos and double quartets. Herman Carlson of Hazzard, Kentucky, and formerly a Wesley area resident, visited former neighbors here last week. May 11, he entered the Britt hospital for care. The Leonard Arndorfers and Elmer Doughans entertained their 500 club Sunday evening, May 16, in the Arndorfer home. Mrs. Wilfred Becker took their six year old daughter Julia to University hospital, Iowa City, May 3 for a regular check-up for ear trouble. Roger Hoover of North Central Public Service furnished L. P. gas. The ladles helped and supplied the food. TYPING PAPER, Office Dept., Upper Des Motaw Pw. Co., Algona. Car Fire Here A car owned by Denny Sill, Whittemore, caught fire on State street near Taylor Motor Co. about 4 p.m. Monday, resulting in minor damage to the engine. Algona firemen were called to the scene to extinguish the blaze. Neighbors Help Two groups of men helped at the Habeger farms near Burt last week with the farm work. THURSDAY thru SATURDAY - "G'o Go Mania" - 7:10 - 9:30. "Swinging Paradise" -8:30only. SATURDAY MATINEE at 1:30. SUNDAY - "Of Human Bondage" - 1:30 - 3:05 - 5:15 7:30 - 9:40. MONDAY - "Of Human Bondage" - 7:30 - 9:40. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY "Days of Wine and Roses" 7:00- 9:15. ENDS SATURDAY "GO GO MANIA I plus "SWINGERS' PARADISE" "It looks great, Pop!" Even Junior points with pride to the fresh new beauty of his nursery walls. They've^ just been painted with new one-coat vinyl DA-TEX wall paint — a latex paint ^ unlike any you have ever '*used. This new DA-TEX, developed by Davis Paint Company. and advertised in LIFE magazine, rolls or brushes on smoothly. If you touch up later it shows no laps or telltale traces. The reason? It's Densi-tized, New DA-TEX has a heavier body. You get less drip, less Spatter. Dries quickly. Guaranteed washable. Choose from decorator colors at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. ALGONA SUN. and MON. MAY 23 - 24 Mmiv women can't help themselves... there would always be men in her life... all kinds of men...and always Philip to come back to...to degrade and'despise. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents A Seven Arts Production KIM NOVAK-LAURENCE HARVEY . IN W. SOMERSET IMP'S OF Human Bonoace Co-lUrmj ROBERT MORLEy • 8IOBHAN McKENNA • ROGER LIVE5EY TIRES! TIRES! Pre- Vocation ATLAS Tire Sale NOW IN PROGRESS M.1. • priced from $95 DAY AND NIGHT, SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, YOU CAN ALWAYS PINO AN ATLAS DEALER OPEN TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES Ul (4H HJ|\ YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND AN ATLAS I ! ATLAS •UP BEHR'S STANDARD SERVICE Algeria FREE PICKUP end DELIVERY 999*9372 INDS SAT. - "PtYTON PL4C6" )j yl _ "LONG HOT SUMMER" DRIVE-IN THEATPE x A&.COIMA , IOWA. ru TUES., MAY 23 - 25 THIS IS THE BOX OFFICI OPENS 7iM SHOW STARTS AT MO BIG ONE! The splendor and savagery of the world's wickedest empire! ROBERTTAYIDR-DEBORAHKERR LHJGENILoPETER USTINOV BRAND CARTOON FEATURETTE! PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS PARTY SMARTY Before her moppet's fifth birthday party, Mrs. Don Ford of Bloomington, Minn., hunted up seven yards of bright cotton, 45 inches wide. Four yards, bordered in bright curtain fringe, made an able tablecloth. She cut the rest into triangles and lined each with heavy waxed paper. Rolled and stapled, they became tall hats with pom-poms on the points. Kiddies carried the caps home, but not that tablecloth. It's reserved for gay Ford family picnics,ihis summer. ^' TAKES THE CAKE Next time you want to make company dessert more festive, dress up your cake or pie server! Tie a fluffy bow around the handle. You might even add a fresh flower to fancy it even more, It won't get in the way of serving, and it adds a gala touch at graduation teas, wedding parties or other affairs that take to royal treatment. COOL CUE Like to keep early May's pleasant clime right through summer? You can, with whole-house air conditioning. Look better, feel better, get more done and keep a happier family in hot weather, if you've a gas heating system, it's a cinch to add gas air conditioning. Even if you haven't, you'll find the free estimate from, your local gas company or gas air conditioning contractor pleasantly practical. But phone now! Get the facts^-and the service-—before the hotrand- harried season starts. BABES IN BASKETS Beat'-baby- toter we've seen: one of those strong, curvy big willow baskets with a self-handle that wraps over your arm. Dad can help you encase a plywood platform in thick foam rubber. Make zippered pillow cases to fit, and add a cotton-covered foam "bumper" behind Baby's head. He'll swing gently from your arm till he's about seven months old. After that, the basket could hold knitting for the next family addition! PICTURE SWITCH To make a room look coolef in the sizzle season, put away some of your pictures! Bare walls look spacious and restful. But if the missing frames leave embarrassingly light spots on time-darkened walls, cover these with lake or mountain photos, cut from magazines and slipped into natural-colored wood frames from the nearest dimestore. PROGRESS FOR THE NORTHERN PLAINS Here in the prospering, progressive Northern Plains area of America, new industries are taking root . . . creating more jobs and a better economy. Northern Natural Gas Company, pipe- line supplier to your local gas company, is proud to play a role in bringing business to our communities. In the past decade Northern has averaged an investment of $46,000,000 a year to insure ample natural gas energy for our Northern Plains. This year, they'll spend $85,000,000 in expanded facilities. Industry comes where energy is available... and natural gas helps us (in yet another way) to live better. c © Northern Natural Go* Company, Omaha, Nebraska

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