The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1960
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.About-70 children- will make daughter and family.- in Minnea» their first communion Sunday at polish 1> ' ', " St. Cecelia's Catholic' church at - f f iiy days are no problem when you have a _\ \ '\ \ N•—J7 _\ \ \ S .. ^ Let us help you build a playroom in your house • Let the cowboys whoop and holler . . . there'll, be peace. NO DOWN around your, house when you .PAYMENT have a playroom. Chances are MATERIALS & it can be built in the cellar, attic, LABOR ON OUR or an a converted garage. We'll ,-BUDGET PLAN be glad to tell you how. Phone FREE DESIGNS today for free advice. & ESTIMATES ' for home improvement help KELLEY LUMBER CO "Our Business Is SEXTON- OTTQSEN- ALGONA ALGONA SUNDAY -r MONDAY - TUESDAY FREE-FREE The First 100 Kiddies Purchasing. A Ticket For "Mom" On Mother's Day Will Receive A Loving Cgp! Inscribed "Wprld's Best Mom". MOVIE/ "For anyond who needs some good laughs!"-aoB HOPE Mervyn Continuous Sunday From 1 'the 7:30 mam A; breakfast will- follow IttfAcademy, Hall. * ' Mrs Kath«lne McMurray drove to Eedtff Hapitk Saturday for a visit of several days With relatives. Mrs Ed Gllmore was he-ate** to her bridge club Thursday eVen- ittg. Mrs Russell Buchanan Was a guest. Mrs Craig Smith received high score prize, and Mrs Allen Buchanan, low. Randy, ftogeri was honoree, at a birthday party Tuesday evening. Guests came home with Randy on the school bus ond his mother, Mrs Darlow Rogert, took them home after the party. Randy is eight years old. "Mrs H."B."Waller gaWa patty recently in honor of the eighth birthday of her son, Jack. Guests were Kevin Egli, Bill Foth, Randy Rogger, Eddie Bennett, Doug Cook, Robbie Claude, David Simpson, Mark Olson, Tony Weaver and Steve Waller. Recent baptisms at Si. Cecelia's Catholic church are Timothy Joseph, son of Mr and Mrs James Van Allen; Joel Eugene, son of Mr and Mrs John Eller, Jr.; Shirley Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Duane Arend and Cheryl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Kramer. Mrs Imogene McAiee - gave a party Sunday afternoon in honor of her'daughter, Susan's eleventh birthday. Attending were Brenda Sjogren, Jean Sigsbee, Virginia Klein, Carol Smith, Cathy Chris- chilles, Julie Chrischilles, Judy Mills, Becky Fraser and Diane Allen. • —o— Mrs Craig Smith and Mrs Paul Eigler of Fenton spent the weekend at Iowa City visiting their daughters, 'Linda and; Judy, at Mother's Weekend events at the university. An unscheduled event for Mrs Smith was a fire at the Kappa Kappa Gamma' house where >she was staying. ' • —o— ' . .-•"' .' .. Ben Herbst, Pam and Denny Waller and Jim and Lance Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday n Des Moines at the Drake Re- iuj j. "Reb" Johnson, student at Drake, came home for. the high school prom Friday and returned to Des Moines with the above named. Leona Smith has been elected missionary secretary of the conference Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church. IlaBils- borough was elected to serve on next year's nominating committee. Also attending the conference meeting were Neva Steven, Mary Schwabauer, Joyce ,,Hayden and. fleira Tiss> ,< . '.'-*. : ^-, v _ "" Mrs Ben Bakken Was given a party Saturday-afternoon in honor of her sixty-fifth birthday. Attending were Mrs Oliver Bakken, Mrs Peter Halsrud, Mrs Vern Barker, Mrs Anne Presthus,'Mrs Amanda Johnson,. Mrs William Becker, Mrs Harry Spongberg, the daughters, Mrs Kenneth Cowan and Mrs Fred Kent, Jr. and Mrs Bakken's five grandchildren. The Girl Scouts troop led by Mrs Don Asa and Mrs Pat Beck gave a tea for their mothers Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs Asa. A skit was given by Dianne Reefer, Donna Asa, Susan McAtee, Paul Lindquist and Carolyn Stebritz. Brenda Sjogren, Jean Robinson, Debbie Wetzel, Becky Fraser and Nancy Elmore presented, "Quiet Please" and a playlet was given by Kathy Crawford, Jean Sigsbee, Sherry Baker, Virginia Klien and Judy Mills. All planning and arrangements were by the girls. —o— Presbyterian women's circles will meet Thursday afternoon as follows: 1:30, Circle D, Mrs Chester Bailey, hostess; Mrs Henry Lund, co-hostess; program, Mrs O B. Harmes. Circle B, Mrs Bertha Pommcr, hostess; co-hostesses, Mrs Hay Black and Mrs W. J. Finn; program, Mrs W. F. Colwell. 1-45, Circle C, Mrs Frank Butts, hostess; Mrs Paul Dremmel, Mrs Milo HenU, co-hostesses; program, Mrs Merlon Baker. 2 p.m., Circle A Mrs William Funk, hostess; Mrs August Schmidt and, Mrs Floyd Bacon, co-hostesses; program, Mrs Edna Mitchell. •—o— Women oi Jhe Presbyterian church had their mother and daughter banquet- Monday evening Mrs Don Hemmingsen was toaslmistress and Mrs Dick Meyer gave the opening prayer. The tribute to mothers was given by Louise Skow and the daughter's by Mrs Claude Huark. Susan Hemmingsen read scripture, Mrs W F. Colwell gave devotions and Mrs Myron Brower the closing prayer. Music was by the singing duaghtera of the kindergarten dept. and the high school Sym- phonettes, under the direction of Willard Snustad. Morgo MooWl|nie"T<ovacs Starring In "WAR* Ml%HEN IT'S OVER" Insect Bite Proves Serious For Wesley Boy Wesley — Six-year old Tom Richter, son of Mr and Mrs Francis Richter, was bitten by an insect on his arm Wednesday evening of last week and suffered a severe infection. ' By morning he Was taken to Dr. Warner for treatment of severe; swelling over his body. Undergoes Surgery Mrs David Kleinpeter had surgery at the Britt hospital April 29. Mesdames Joe Hauptman', Charles Nygaard, Joe Skow, Joe Goetz, Ralph Tjaden, - Robert Bolenous, George Seaberg of Wesley Homemakers Club and their guests, Me'sdames Don Kraus, Theron Hansen.J Lv^L.' Lease and Don Hauptman went to Burt April 25- ito 'attendU'a Rural - Urban banquet'. The Wesley women presented a- skit. Needle In Arm Janice Leek, 12 year old daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs Dutch Leek, was a patient in St. Ann hospital several days last week. A needle was removed from her wrist. The needle which had been in her wrist was imbedded in a bone. Jr. High Promotion • Promotion exercises for junior high schodl students will be held May 25 at 8 pjn. in the Wesley school, auditorium. Rev. F...G. Samek, Burt, will be'speak- er. Rev. Robert Jones will give the invocation. ' To Wed June 10 Ila Ostercamp, daughter of Mr and 'Mrs Herman Ostercamp. will become the bride of Ronald Nielson, son of Mr and Mrs Albert • Nielson of Britt, June 10, at the Evangelical Free church in Britt. New Books Arrive . .Fifty new adult books have been added to the shelves of the Wesley library recently and 50 children's books have been ordered. Nature and science books for grade pupils are also ordered. Ex-Resident Dies Sam Striley, 85, died a,t Willmar, Minn, and services were held April 29 at 11 o'clock in :Willmar and at McCullough's Funeral Chapel in Algona at 2 . ENDS, WEDNESDAY ^CAREER;' ALGONA THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY THIS! PROGRAM ALSO SHOWN SAT. MAT, 1 P.M. LAST; CHAN<£ TO SEE ! THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN DRAMA EVER Exciting emotional drama on a scale never before seen ... the supreme entertainment of all time! ...... -WARDEN -M OR by DELUXE p| U s Color Cartoon Next Wednesday And Thursday Thursday thru Saturday — "The Tun Commandments", shpw starts at 7:30, feature at 8 p.m. Saturday matinee — Show starts at 1:00 p.m., feature at 1:30 p.m. Sunday — "Wake Me When Its Over", 1:00 - 3:10 - 5:20 - 7:30 9:45, Monday and Tuesday — "Wake Me When Its Over", 7:00 - 9:20 Wednesday and Thursday — "The Lust Angry Man", 7:2o CECIL B.DEMILLE'S PRODUCTION CHARLTQN YUL ' " ' ANNE tDWAROC. YVONNE DtBRA JOHN DE CARLO- PAGtT-Dro 5IRCEDR1C NINA MARTHA JUDffH ' HARDWICKE • rOCH • 5COTT • ANDERSON VIHCEN1 PRICE' ' STARRING Academy Awqrd o ,Detme|lttfs W • a , ns bf 1 , a siafe and twd grand- To Presenl Skit D'Loras 3?rice, - Olive- Erdwan,' fisthet Smith. Edna Ward and Ma'lSlfjW.iMJaftd' of the Wesley, He' Icfdf e went,,to Algqha Apr. W'tfilt lodge :pl«n fi diS. trldi -.fcdftVen'fien far, May Officer's, toft a, e- and, vice president j and Olivo Erdman, secretary, The local women will present a skit at the convention. * The C.D.A held a meeting Apr, 2 1 ?' Pauline Pfeffer, grand regent," and 'Mildred Ar'ndorfer; vice^-regertti gaVe reports on the State Convention they attended at Cedar Rapids Apr. 22-23-24. Mary Bode, Maud.Studer and Anastasia Richtsmeler ' were elected as a nominating conv mittee for the election of new officers at the May meeting. 1 Mrs Govern of Bancroft, who was to have been guest speaker, will be here at the Christian Mothers meeting May 4. \ Bridge and 500 were played. * Mr and Mrs Alf Studer spent Saturday, April 30, in Sioux .City, with her daughter; Sister Mary Dion, who teaches ' 6th • grade at the Blessed , Sacrament School. Mrs Viola Studer accompanied them. Mr and Mrs- Lyle Huff of Mason City are proud parents of a daughter born Apr. 25 at Mercy hospital ' there. Mrs Huff is the former Ramona Reising, daughter of the Andrew Reisirigs. • . • * s ih^' .paternal- 2ie NgaUrd Of , ed 'Apr. 21 in the C Luthet- ttygaard- h Cliff Carlson arrived week froYii a' 4' Wrath s 1st arid'/daughterjl, • Members 5 of the . . 25, cleaning, the ,11- Mrs" 'Qie-ft jSifiPk; was- btfoteht home Aptff 2o>ifro*n" th&Britfrhos- Pi Slefffth|;.WeW Sales pavilion will be- held'fHu#&c(ay eve- :nings-during'.the s sUftimef -months. and the&me! • FRANK S;INATRA< SOME CAME RUNNING - SECOND FEATURE - ' FOR EVERY WOMANI - PLUS - GEORGE NADER'JULIE ADAMS 2 Color Cartoons MARIANNE COOK-EISA MARTIMEUI ENDS TONIGHT (WED.) "THE MIRACLEf'^ "THE TATTERED DRESS" THURSDAY ^ FRIDAY SATURDAY A Giant THE "BIG 3" ROARING!-ROCKETING! RELENTLESS! PROGRAM! Breath - Taking Feature NO* J Shown At 7;45 P.M. IS IT 'SPORT OR MURDER ? ACTUALLY FILMED AT THE UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX, %—ROAD. RACERS [SCREECHING HELL ON WHEELS FEATURE NO. 2-SPILLS AND THRILLS GALORE! SHOW IVENINGS AT 8:0$. $AT- MAT- A? 1 :0»- 90s, JUNIORS 75c ANYTIME. SAT. MJ>T, ?§« ANYTIME. €Htt&tiM ft? FIRST TIME ON THE SCREEN MOTORCYCLE DUEL,.. WITH DEATH TO THE LOSER I FEATURE NO. 3 DANGEROUS WOMEN ~ DANGEROUS CAR 1 •' You're Riding With Th* th* Mot! Colorful Action ivt Captvrtil On Klro I FIRST SHOW 5TA8IS AT J, T^triawf HUR9DAY | lie WW>| Jit iifeact-fte'HP-- THE /MOST EXCITING KACINO ^».: STORY '",. £Vtk FILMED! KIB&lfS FRil ^i^xififtTC £ TJa luftif^ iifateHiittt ^~W#Ui torn C0<*nti|i , * a-

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