The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1960 · Page 5
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M*s Lenore HiHz spent Memorial Day at Bancroft With relatives. Paul Bellock was taken to Iowa City Thursday for examinations at the university hospital. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holcomb were vjsited Thursday by Mr and Mrs John Hokomb, Dickens. Evelyn Cady had Mr jand Mrs Clarence Panhkuk, Fairmont, Minn., as Memorial Day callers. Mr ad Mrs Ed Goecker were recently visited by'Mr and Mrs Amos Behnenkamp of Spencer. - Mr and. Mrs Orval Joseph spenl Sunday at Gotdfiield with Mr and Mrs Of ville Joseph Sr. The birthday of'the mother was observed. ! Mr and Mrs August Schmidt ' and Vernon Casler attended the graduation last week at 1 Thompson,of Richard Casler.. Mr and Mrs Waller "Pal" Jen se'rr drove to Hintpn Monday to attend the graduation, of Mr Jensen's niece, Bonnie Jensen. Mr and Mrs Edwin Johnson had as dinner guests Friday noon Mrs 'Agnes Walker and.Bernice. It was given in observance of, Mrs Walter's .birthday. . • •,, Mr and Mrs William Cook were visited recently by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Volk and little SOD Vincent of Avoca. Mrs Dick Meyer has returned from Vinton-where she had been assisting in the household duties 'while her daughter-in-law spent much of the time in Cedar Bapids with her husband, Richard Meyer, who'had Undergone eye surgery. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansett have had.as guests Mf aria'Mrs Fred fikstori and Mr arid Mrs Jack Hitchock of Marathon. Mrs Don Ferris and son Brian 'drove to Ames < Friday to bring home the daughter Sue LaBarre who is a student at Iowa State University. Mrs James Bailey, Mason City, spent from Thursday till Sunday with her brother Lee Hopkins "& sisters Mrs Marie Hawcott anc Bess Hopkins. Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove Kitty and .Virginia spent thfe weekend at Toledo with Mr anc Mrs Jerry Hardgrove, Charles and Julie. The eighth "birthday of Vir,- ginia was observed. Mr and Mrs Vf. A. Hardy had as guests Thursday Mr and Mri Art Laitinen, Kimball, Minn., sine Mrs Elizabeth Whitson, Hopkins Minn., who . came to attend thi graduation of the 'daughter, .Cindy Mr and Mrs Russell Hardgrovt and family were joined here by Mr and Mrs J. P. Gallagher, Siou> Falls, S.D., and all drove to Du buque Sunday to visit the Hard grove's duaghter, 1 Sister . Marj Russell James. Mrs Art Wiese was at Blairs burg a week ago Sunday to visi Mr and Mrs, Frank Pruisman, t wnom a daughter was born Ma 12. She has been named Joni Ann Mrs Wiese left this week Sunda to be with the family a few week to assist in Hhe household duties Mrs Don Sherman will hav dharge of h^r beauty, shop duriri her absence.; j : i MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M, ALGONA NOW THRU SATURDAY M* and W PEOPLE WITH THEIR FUTURE Destroyed By The Greed OF Man!! DEFYING flEAR!] ...tf*q live and play ...fettle lost! PECK. GARDNER Racinq driven tbrqo caufipnandbccpme ; maniacs on wheels', f , . CUED ANTHONY ASTAIRE PERK«N TO&ET«eR,W€Y KNOW...Uf£ IS LOST! u. «n ho*** in Stan/ ONTHE BEACH •*"'' „ „ .., Thestorq"Hisf has i / ANDERSON # *L // ' « ane day lasi jveefe by M)? ndf- Mts ' t o'm Sherman, jwasop ty. ' , ' 1% Clau4e . While, amended the uneral services for his brothel 1 Charles M, White, $2"of,perrj> who died of a heart ,attack. Mrs Pearl PoUtt 8p«Ht las'. weekend at fama* with her /soil and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Durwo6or I*dtter and attended ;he graduation of their so|i ferry. Mr and Mrs J". L Merrymap were visited fay ttye former s cou,- sin Myrtle Merryman, of Poca^ lontas who teaches advance^ rnathematics for prospective col- ege students. Mr and MA Claude Dearths are at Sylvan Grove, Kan., visiting :heir daughter, Jane and husband, Mr and Mrs ftonald Hlad, to whom a daughter was born re? cently. The infant has been named Jean Marde. Mrs Maude Blake returned Wednesday' from University hospital at Iowa City where she had gone for a check-up. Sh6 fell and broke a hip some time ago, and her recovery has been rather slow. • Mr 'and Mrs Howard French, former titpnka residents who have been living in Phoenix, Ariz, in- recent years, have been visiting friends in this area, and are gueste a,t .the home Of Mr and Mrs Robert Perry. ' Mr and Mrs Gaylord Shumjyay left Sunday for Cambridge, Mass., to attend the graduation of their | daughter Sandra from Radclif f e college. In the fall she will enter Oxford college in England. The Shumways are taking their house trailer and plan to be gone abqut a month. r ' • ' •• • Mrs ;Norman Hanevik and. son Nprman, Jr. visited -recently at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz. Mr and Mrs Cgcil Steward and family, Hazel- crest," spent ' the - Memorial day weekend' at the parental homes, Walter Steward, Burt, and Mile? Rent?, ;Algona" : ' ' ,..""• Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer had as guests last week Saturday the la.tter's son and .daughterTin- law, Mr and Mrs William Hill of Sioux City. Other guests last week. Monday 'were Mrs'Schaef- fer's '• brother and sisterrin-law VIr and. Mrs Herman Stienblock and son David, or Bancroft. Kenneth Kickbush suffered a leart attack Monday and is in St. Ann hospital. 'He is now improved cpnsiderably. Mr and Mrs Paul Tegeland 'and children • Tony, Susan and Sharon^ were here Thursday from Belmond. Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbush and son Craig came 'from Webster City and spent ;he/ weekend. ,, - •• H, . •; .. Mr and -Mrs . Don'Hemmingsen and family droveUo Newel Friday and remained till Sunday with the father A. 'T. Hemmingsen. Sunday' they went to Fairmont, Minn., for a reunion of Mrs Hemmingsen's family which included Mr and Mrs Charles Smallwopd, Fairmont, and the mother, Mrs S. A. Slater, Worthington,, Minn. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush have as guests. Mr and Mrs Tom Potter, Christy . and ,Jeff, Des Moines, who also visited Mr and Mrs Murl Potter. Tom joined the family for a 10 day vacation, after which he will resume his studies at Drake university. The Murl Potters and Tom Reid went to Spirit Lake to open their cottage for the Memorial Day weekend and were joined there by Mr and mi's Tom potter and children. ' Mrs Katherine Mahpney was recently visited by her son-m- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Ludwig, Nancy, Tom, and Becky of Minneapolis. They also 'visited Don's mother who was hospitalized but is now al her home in West Bund. Later Mrs Mahoney ha£ a visit from her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Janies Mahoney, Mary Kathleen ' and Douglas, also oi Minneapolis, Minn. Enjoy Cook-Out Troop 23, Girl Scouts, enjoyed a cook-out at Call State Park. recently. A nature hunt was conducted to finish the Rambler badge. Leaders are Mrs Howard j Long-, and Mrs. Clifford Teeter, | OPENS *00AY AT ALGOJWA Ava Gardner ' and Gregory Peck'have the romantic leads in Stanley Kramer's "On - The Beach." a United Artists release The "picture, which is, based on Neyil Shute's best-selling novel will bp6n today at the Algoni Theatre. It was .filmed on loca tion in Australia. Jake Giffords OfBurtWill Observe 5Qfh Portland-— The children' of- Mf and Mrs 'Jake Gifford of Burt are getting up a card -shower. - for their parents' fiftieth wedding anniversary, which is Jtine! 13, The'y would''be" very "pleased if their relatives and'friends .wbUlcj remember them with a'card fof- this occasion. _. •' \ , • r - ' „ Jerry : Koestier, Billy- Meister hd Arhoid Schtittef started Work bout a week ago at Forest' City or the Forester ; . trailer eomp- :ny. . .. . Mr and Mrs Jack EaSton and amily of Clear : Lake wBrfe guests it the Howard Spark? home Sun-day. Mrs Coward Sparks attended a •offee party at the Larry Grand- ennett home near wesfey. This was in honor of the birtnday pf Mrs Joe <3oelz, also of Wesjey, Mr antf Mrs Tom Bryant and family of Lbs Angeles drove (n and surprised the Goodwin jBer- gerud family a Wjeejt ago Sun day. MM Bryant is a SJ«ter oi Mr B,ergerud. Other visitors tM day' were' Mr *»d MM Aljen Graue of £lue Earth and Mr and Mrs MeindeH Smldt of Woden. Mr and Mrs fed Green and Roger pf Ledyard \yefe Tuesda evening visitors dt the Bill Tre nary homo. Thursday evening s u p p e guests at the Howard Spark home were Mrs Ruth Sparks o Wesley and Mrs Cecil Arnold o Seattle, Wash. Mrs Stanley Ruse and little son have spent the past two weeks visiting Mrs Ruse's parents, Mr and Mrs Orville Reid at Letts. Vernal Koestler left last Saturday for Opheim, Montana where he will be .employed, after spending a week at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs George Koestler. He came home for the graduation of his brother, Jerry Mr and Mrs George Koesller and family were Wednesday supper guests at the Bernard Meister home. Mrs Lawrence Govern went to Ledyard Wednesday afternoon /where she gave a lecture at the Catholic church on her trip to Ireland. "We admire the beauty of roses in spite of their thorns— and we ought to dp the'same with mankind."" Tuesday, May 31, 1960 Algona (la.) U>p«f D«« j For 120 Guests Ledyard — The Rosary Society of Sacred Heart church Of Ledyard had a guest day May 25. About 120 ladies from neighboring churches and towns attended. The following program was enjoyed: welcome, Arthur Schissel, Vocal solo, Mrs Don Christ, accompanied by Mrs L. Govern, piano solo, Mrs Vernon Haag, talk by Mrs Lawrence Govern and closing remarks, Mrs Arthur Schissel. After the program, lunch was served. Mrs Arthur Schissel and Mrs Frank Rolterman poured. MJ-S Ervin Klinksiek and her sister Mrs L. D. Mayne, who has b.een visiting here from Long Beach, . Cal. returned Monday evening from Duluth where they had spent the weekend visiting Mrs Delores Anderson and Steven and Mrs Frank Kelly. Mrs Howard Jensen from Bancroft, Wise, has been here the past week visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L. A. Nitz at Lakota and her brother and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Nitz here. Paul Gelhaus was at Rochester several days this past week for a checkup and treatment. The Neighborhood birthday club met at the home of Mrs Ida Engelby Thursday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. She received many gifts arid lunch was served. Father Montag, who was in the Estherville hospital over the weekend, was able to come home Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Robert Dyer of St. Paul are the parents of a, baby boy born May 17. He has been named John Joseph. Robert is the youngest son of Mrs Eunice Dyer. MPnday afternoon a group of relatives and friends gathered at the home pf Mrs Ida Darnell to help her celebrate her birthday. Thursday afternoon, two circles pf the Methodist Wpman"s Society met at the church for a joint picnic. Young Republicans An organizational meeting for young Republicans will be held June 8 at 7:80 p.m. .at the Algona Hotel. Lyle Alberts is directing the program and pf_« fleers will be elected. ""''" plained. Junior delegates for the state convention will be named during the County convention July ^. A Correction Last week's Upper Des contained an error In a about the confirmation tlass he*e at the First Lutheran jShjn$i. David Hoyey wa? a member ot the cias$,-and n.pt &W4 as printed in error. Attention Kiddies! ALGGNA Special f yn Show I SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY THE MASTER OP SUSPENSE WEAVES HIS GREATEST TALE! "Wee!.' -knurs'. -*Fri. 7 Sat. .— "On The Beach", 7:00 - 9-.00. Saturday matinee"— Cartoons at 2:00; Ricochet Romance at 2:50. ' Sunday — "Th6 Country Girl". 1:00 - 4:40 - 8:17; "The Bridges At Toko-Ri, 2:50 - 6:30 - 10:00. Monday — ; "The Country Girl", 7:50; "The Bridges at Toko-Ri", 9:40. Tuesday- and Wednesday — "Crack In The Mirror", 7:::25 9:30. , ii Plus 6 Color Cartoons Kiddies Only 25c ENDS TONITE (WED.) "CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF" PLUS "I WANT TO LIVE" THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURPAY FIRST RUN FEATURES '. • i i - J MEET MARI-LOU. . .ONCE SHE STARTS SHE CAN'T STOP .... - PLUS SECOND BIG FEATURE A GIRl AT THE MERCY OF THE WEST'S MOST NPTiORIQUS BANDIT.KILLER!, ^ ROBERT TAYIQR RICHARD WlDMARK CINIMAS?QPE a "d WCTROCOIOR AW AND JAKE WAPE PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADULT? 75c - CHILDREN FREE Plus Gelor Cartppn - Admisjicwi Pfie«* -TW»-Bnpog»m»»t Only U Adults 90c - Juniors 75t - Children 2Sc . . . _ ,__^_ < TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ALGONA Continuous Sun. From 1 P.M. SUNDAY MONDAY This theatre takes tremendous pride in presenting TWO OF THE FINEST PICTURES HOLLYWOOD EVER J1DUCEO! THE SCREEN'S EXPLOSIVELY REAL ORAM4 Of 1 I-OVE AND WARI JAklF.B A.MICIIEVFBli THE SMAiH -TRIUMPH THRSrflF MOTION WC f TARS I BING CROSBY GRACE EUy WILUAM MIRROR MARI LOU —HIWAY SHE COULDN'T RESIST MEN ...ANY MAN!! JAKE —NO MORALS with THAT "ANIMAL" APPEAL! BEN— JEALOUS FATHER CRAZY FOR THIS FOOT LOOSE DOLL! ORY-, HONEST DECENT » ' UNTIL TEMPTED BY FORBIDDEN DESIRES! SECOND NEW Exciting Feature ! A STAIK PRAMA ..... AGAINST THE TURBULENT FIERY BACKGROUND OF STEEL I Open.At 7 P,M. Adults 75e ^MORGAN Tread ftftlyflranger *, tu«« P4WM ALUM

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