"HOW TH1 WEST WAS WON" Opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre AT CONVENTION Algofta Rebekah lodge mem- befs were invited to attend a convention of the West Bend district. there Wednesday evening, in attendance from here were Amy Geering, Esther Bar- toty Bertha Spear, Rose Smith and Florence Peterson. - o - HOSTS cltJBS The RSBC's met Saturday evening 'with Mrs. Lloyd Pool. Esther Barton was co-hostess. - o COFFEE HOSTESS Mrs. Allan Kuester entertained at a coffee Wednesday morning. - o - DATE CHANGED The January circle of the Methodist W. S. C. S. is having a picnic May 27. The March circle will meet with Mrs. J. B. Asa who was out of town on the regular meeting day, May 20. - o OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis cvct-y had as dinner guests May 16 their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ruge, Fort Dodge, who came to celebrate Mr. Lewis' birthday. - o - WEEKLY LUNCHEON Algona Country club women held their weekly luncheon May 19, with Mrs. Marie Kunz and Mrs. E. E. Hawcott hostesses. Winners at bridge were Mesdames 0. B. Harmes, W. E. Hawcott and V. C. Smith. - o - PLAY BRIDGE The "Idle Hour" bridge club met Wednesday with Mrs. Ann Hanson. - o - FACULTY PICNIC A faculty picnic was held Tuesday evening at the shelter house at Ambrose Call State Park, which included the families. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. Bertha Pommer entertained her sewing club last Tuesday. Portland Club Plans Potluck Portland - Portland Progress Club met May 20 in the home of Margaret Arndorfer, Bancroft, with Ella Lampe assistant hostess. Fourteen members answered roll call. Program, Trip To Germany, by Marie Parson. A card was written and sent to Mary Rasmussen, who is in the Park hospital, Mason City. Elizabeth Kennedy and Arlene Wood each received a birthday gift from their secret sister. A one o'clock politick luncheon was planned for Juno 17 at the Community Hall, with Flossie Rart- lett and Sarah Stewart hostesses. The hostesses will furnish dessert and coffee, others to bring a hot dish, sandwiches and own dishes. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister were Sunday supper guests in the parental Bernard Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Judy and Ben Leeck called at the Martin Zimmerman home, Whittemore, Sunday evening. Thursday, May 27, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r D«« Mo?nM~3 SUN. thru TUE., May 30 - June 1 YOUR GALA HOLIDAY SHOW! John Wayne, at General Sherman, hold* a consultation with General Grant, portrayed by Henry (Harry) Morgan, in a Civil War sequence of the massive Metro-Goltlwyn-Mayer Cinerama production, "How the West Wa» Won." The sweeping (lory of the great American adventure, filmed in Metrocolor on panoramic locations covering nine states, features a great cast of 24 start. THUR. thru SAT. MAY 27 - 29 ALGONA FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY I Hayley's a Tomboy,..with delicious curveill HAYLEY MILLS 10HN MILLS JAMES MacARTHUR about *LIONEL JEFFRIES „.<,»• / MG **.»-DAVID TOMLINSON PLUS COLOR CARTOON CIRCLES MET Circles of the United Presbyterian Women met May 20 as follows: A with Mrs. Jess Dugan; B, Mrs, Irving Miller; C with Mrs. L, Robinson; D with Mrs. W, Gregson. - o - GUILD CIRCLE Monday, May 24, the Guild circle met in Fellowship hall for a pot-luck 6:30 o'clock supper and had as guests the senior girls. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Pomplun and Mrs. Willis Colwell. The program was given by Mrs. Joe Skow and devotions by Mrs. Lillian Foth. - o - WESLEYAN GUILD Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist church met May 24 at 6:30. May circle served and life membership pins were awarded. There was special installation service by Mrs. George Wolf. Mrs. Glenn Graham is president. DIAMOND'S GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE • New short sleeve styles for dress and Casual wear. • Big selection in fabrics and colors.— Values to $3.98 $198 P,4 • Solid Colors • Fancy stripes • Plaids • Checks • New collar styles. NEW MEN'S DRESS BELTS All Leather and Regular $1.50 at only TIMEX WATCHES For Men, Young Men, Ladies and Young Ladies. Many stylet to choose rrom including self winders. As Low As 6 95 ^^^ plus tax Here's another perfect gift for GRADUATION . . . American Tourister luggage, the world's most wanted lug. gage. Permanite coverings, lush, quilted interiors, and In eight sizes for the young man or woman. AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE CARD HOSTESS Mrs. Gail Haase entertained her card club Thursday evening. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. H. M. Smith was hostess to her birthday club Friday afternoon. The anniversary of Mrs. Marie Kunz was observed. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY The birthday of Mrs. Martin Becker was observed last Wednesday by members of her birthday club. Mrs. Hugh Williams of near Titonka was hostess. - o - PLAYED BRIDGE Mrs. Ted Larson entertained her bridge club Wednesday. fn a tVo LEMMON'SCHNElMfe „ DbtothyPROVUW MICHAEL CONNORS EDWARD ANDREWS • LOUIS NYE • ROBERT Q. LEWIS ROBINSON TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY "Days Of Wine and Roses" -< 7:00 and 9:14. THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "Truth About Spring" - 7:25 9:35. SUNDAY - "How The West Was Won" - 1:00 - 3:40 - 6:25 9:05. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY Matinees daily at 1:30 only Evenings at 7:30 only. • PLUS SECOND FEATURE • NOW A LOST WORLD BECOMES A NEW WORLD OF ADVENTURE! MMIRISCH COMPANY ftmnii GEORGE CHAKIRIS SHiRiey Anne FIELD ^Kincs OF THE surf COLOR by DELUXE PANAVISION* ALGONA Sun. - Wed., May 30 thru June 2 IT'S HERE! THE MIGHTIEST ADVENTURL EVER FILMED! WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS IIUfllM H MAHSIIftl "BtititMYindicrMfiplir written £• "Btil Khlmimnl difKtlyfwthncrHn.- WV Infllmrillirn." WV lnx»nd." METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER presents HOW THE WEST WAS WON (III SOI) UilSIIH METROCOLOR® UUHAiU HUN II H MARSHAL S WIFE HUHM !>UlUim *AUUN MASItH liAMIli I H b UHlUl MUUNIAINMAN IMtUtSPtHAOO lilt GENERAL EMPIRE BUILOEK CARROLL BAKER • LEE J. COBB • HENRY FONDA • CAROLYN JONES • KARL MALDEN GREGORY PECK • GEORGE PEPPARD • ROBERT PRESTON • DEBBIE REYNOLDS JAPS STEWART • ELI WALLACE • JOHN WAYNE • RICHARD WIDMARK • SPENCER TRACY .WHITER mm • OAVIO BRIAN • AHOY K«NE • HAYMOW «*«« • AGNES MOOREHEAO • HENRY (HARRY) MORGAN • THELMA RIT TER • MICKEY SHAUGHNESSY CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY 1 FROM 1:00 - ADMISSION $1.25 MQN. thru WED. MATINEES AT 1.30 ONIY ADMISSION $1.00 - KIDDIES 5Qc ANYTIME MON. thru WED, EVENINGS AT 7:30 ONLY ADMISSION $1.25 - KIDDIES 50c Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister went to Ft. Dodge Monday where they attended the funeral of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cox. Dennis is a nephew of Mrs. Meister. Mrs. Lulu Rlngsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Rov Ringsdorf. Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Brink Shipler of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefeld and Bret of Wesley were Suflday dinner and siipper guests in the Donald Rlngsdorf home. THURS. thru SAT., May 2 6- 27 "BUCK NITE" THURSDAY THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 urn 4FKOOD They love only for blood! • BARBARA STEEL-E GEORGE RIVIERE I REG PARK'CHRISTOPHER LEE AWOOLNER BROS. RELEASE • tOMSCOPE SUPER/100 AWOOLNER8R AWOOLNER8ROS.RElEA;>t SATURDAY, MAY 29 ONLY BOX OFFICE WILL OPEN FROM 7i30 P.M. UNTIL 1 A.M. DUSKtoDAWN MOVlE JAMBOREE / €NJOY STAYING AWAKE! ATTEND OUR "THE HELLIONS" RICHARD TODD - ANN AUBREY "HERCULES IN THE HAUNTED WORLD" CASTLE OF BLOOD" ( *f, :0 \A.M. _^^^__ -^ BARBARA STEELE "CIRCUS OF HORRORS 11 F.-i : :iii*:l?l PtUSA PASSES EXCLUDED FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT AT 7:00 P.M. TAKE PART IN OUR GIANT FREE AH you con ecrL.Roosf Em Yourself over our"JUM80 PIT" TASTY DOGS IN FRESH BUNS PW$ 7H€ FUN OF DOING IT!
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