The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1965 · Page 10
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J-AI0eno (la.) Upp«r DM Malntt Thursday, Oct. 14, 1965 Elizabeth Taylor and James Burton in "The Sandpiper" opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre Elitahrlh 7Yi>/or anil Kichanl Itnrlnn art- llir ;iririri;«i/.i itf a vibrant Im-r affair in Metnt-t iiiMiryn-A/nvrr'n "Thr .SiM</;»iprr." Ktii Marie .Viirif nl.«i> flam in tlic nrtr Martin Ranmthvfl I'roiluc- lion, ttirrrtnl hv I in rent r Minnrlli and Jllninl in rnnnri.iion ami color larprly on fitrnf ion.« in ('.alifornia'* Hif Stir roiinlry. MR. AND MRS. Art Alexander have moved Into their house on South Hall, formerly occupied by Mrs. Hum. MRS. CHARLES FOX, Mrs. James Allen, Mrs. Leo Thompson, Mrs. Irwin Malueg and Mrs. Mary Olson went to Estherville Tuesday and visited the schools there to compare Ideas with the women who prepare hot lunches there. The Algona group Is employed here in the school lunch program. MRS. FRANKOstrum returned Tuesday from a visit of a week at Oelwein with her sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Ellis, Mrs. Gertrude Cullins, Mrs. Daisy Bennett and at Lamont with another sister, Mrs. Margaret Heimer. They drove to Prairie du Chein one day, the area at this time of year being particularly beautiful and colorful. GARRIGAN HIGH Homecoming was held Friday. Coming to attend were Mary Ellen Milder and Michele Cassel of the college of St. Teresa at Winona, and Connie Cassel of Clark College, Dubuque. JOHN, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt, has begun his law course at the University at Iowa City. The other son, George, is at Des Moines where he is attending Drake University and bis wife is teaching In the Des Moines school system. MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt, caretakers at Call State Park, spent from last Tuesday till Thursday at Florissant, Mo. with their son George and family.. They also visited friends at Brighton, Ottumwa and with Mr. and Mrs. QuincyDunnatVillisca. MR. AND MRS. George Powers have returned from a vacation of a month, going first to Chicago and Forest Park where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Paul Terranova and family, then to Lubbock, Tex. where they visited another daughter, Mrs. Jerry Aker and family. From there they went to San Francisco and at Richmond, Calif, they were guests of Mrs. Power's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Farrell. MRS. ELSIE Lindeman is being visited by her sister, Mrs. Gladys Padeski, Davenport. MRS. C. N. Robinson and Mildred have had as guests the former's daughter, Mrs. Earl Miller, Spring Valley, Minn., and daughter, Mrs. Hal Snyder, Jeff and Greg, La Habra, Calif. The Snyders will be returning home soon and Mrs. Robinson and Mildred went to Spring Valley for the weekend for a farewell visit. MR. AND MRS. Wilbur Bruner were visited last Saturday by the parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bruner and granddaughter Sandra Cook, Gilmore City, who came to see the parade. DICK RIST AU came Wednesday from Omaha and will remain till Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlstau. THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "Billie" - 7:00 - 9:00. SATURDAY MATINEE at 1:30. SUNDAY - "The Sandpiper" 1:30 - 3:20 - 5:20 - 7:30 - 9:45. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY"The Sandpiper" - 7:00 - 9:30. WILL NOT WINDROW! WILDCAT TEARS UP CORNFIELDS FOUR OR FIVE ROWS AT A TIME! © © © itt. Q =0 v 0= =n=fl 147-inches of slushing, tearing, shredding action. Yes the new Stan-Hoist -1 or 5- row Wildcat will really tear- up your cornfields. Will not windrow! Use Wildcat for cutting government ground, pasture clipping and for brush cutting loo. ASK US TO DEMONSTRATE! • Ecuily handle* 4—40-inch rowl t Eoiil/ handle* S—30-inch rows JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South of Algona Hotel - ALGONA, IA, PATTY REILLY recently went to Amos for a weekend visit with Vlckl Stell, a student at the University. HARVEY RATH is home from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had major surgery. MR. AND MRS. Frank Cink, their daughter Mrs. Bud Robinson and Mrs. William Robinson have returned from a visit with relatives and friends at Parker, So. Dak. Mrs. Cink entered St. Ann hospital Tuesday for treatment of varicose veins. MR. AND MRS. William Robinson left Thursday for Oxnard, Calif, where Mr. Robinson will be employed at the naval base. MR. AND MRS. John Romef had as guests Oct. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck and Mrs. George Beck and Rita of Dickens. MARK SEELEYand JimGeelan have teen at Ontario, Can. on a hunting trip. Each came home with a deer. PAUL SEELEY andDonPrles- korn were at Minneapolis Wednesday and Thursday, attending the World Series. DORA CURRIER, who makes her home most of the time with her sister, Mrs. Glenn Shore, went to Iowa City Thursday for a check-up. She goes twice a year. She also spends a part of the time with her sister, Mrs. Roy Braun. MRS. CLINTON Lighter has returned from Humboldt where she visited several days with her daughter, Mrs. Leroy Peterson and family. DR. J. B. HARRIS of Algona attended a school of dentistry alumni meeting at Iowa City, over the weekend. THE WEDNESDAY party at the Algona Country Club, Oct. 13, will have as hostesses Mrs. O. B. Harmes and Mrs. Mel Bay. The party last Wednesday was canceled. MISS FRANCES MESSER of Humboldt, a former Algona teacher, left last week on a cruise In the Mediteranean, and will be gone for six weeks. Waterloo Honor* Three more Kossuth County 4-Her's received awards at the Dairy Cattle Congress. Phil Ruger, Fenton, received an award for his work in the Iowa State Dairy Production contest. He attended an award Htanquet at Waterloo last Saturday. Cindy Long and Sharon Roethler, Algona, received a blue ribbon on their demonstration entitled "Yesterday Pleasures." SUN. thru WED. OCTOBER 17-20 ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 * -««* S V;*^ ^'^V^ he gave men a tas hat made the METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER AND FILMWAYS MUENT ELIZABETH TAYLOR RICHARD BURTON EVA MARIE SAINT IN MARTIN RANSOHOFPS PRODUCTION PLUS COLOR CARTOON CO-S1MHHNC CHARLES BRONSON -ROBERT WEBBER ALGONA Thur, * Sat., Oct. 14*16 SAT. MAN NEE AT 1:30 YOU SAW$AMPl€* ON TV. . MOW ENJOY r T ALL ON OUR ^ BIG SCREEN! PattytHike — PLUS 3 — COLOR CARTOONS ll's mortem... so, ol ll sad iner ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYING IS THE BEST WAY TO BEAT THE WEATHER, ANOTHER WAY TO LIVE BETTER, ELECTRICALLY! Algona Municipal Utilities l/i- Cutlass Supreme: Just out! Brand-new hardtop from Oldsmobile! \ "Brand-new" means Cutlass Supreme—the luxurious four-door powerful than any Cutlass before it! Sound like the sassy new hardtop that just joined the '66 lineup at your Oldsmobile Supreme might change your ideas about low-priced cars? You can Dealer's! Longer. Wider. Smarter. Smoother. More posh, more bet on it! At your Dealer's ... 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