The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1960 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, June 7, 1960
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Lift Saving To Be Offered At Swea City Pool ' Swe« City — The municipal pool in Swea City is scheduled to open Saturday, June 14. Dennis 'Uund has. beerr hired as manager and Mary Lou Blomstcr will be Red Cross instructor. Red Cross lessons Will be given for beginners' through senior life saying. Schools from Swea, Ledyard, Grant and Sentral will take part. Private lessons may be arranged through the instructor. Bible School One hundred and thirty-eight were in attendance the first day of vacation Bible School at 1m- manuel Lutheran church Tues- dny.morning; Mrs Albert Swonson is director of the school, others helping were Patricia Roalson, Mrs Morris Dfew, Mrs Morris Holm, Mr? Greg Dcim, Mrs Virgil Bfom'stcr. Mrs Ed Peterson, Mrs Eceii .Thorcson, Mrs Walter Schmick- ing, Mrs Harvey C. Larsen and Mr Willard Wagner, Student in- terne at Grace Lutheran church, Fairmont. Helpers were Sharon Magnuson, Sandra Ewing, Judith Schueler and Karen Johanson. MODERN HOME WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON THURSDAY, JUNE 23 AT 6 P.M. AT FENTON, IOWA f'i ; ' ''< .' THIS IS THE AlVIN ZUMACH HOME - IT IS A 6-ROOM HOUSE WITH ATTACHED GARAGE, FULL BASEMENT AND A LARGE BACK YARD IN AN EXCELLENT LOCATION. THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WILL BE SOLD PRECEDING THE SALE OF THE HOUSE. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT LLOYD BERKLAND REAL ESTATE BROKER AND AUCTIONEER Phone 233 Fenfon, Iowa (22-23) FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD , Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHi EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE „ For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER ' Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fentonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND Real Estate Brokar and Farm Loan* And Auction Service Pfione 233 Fenton, Iowa n • • -"• ° § •?—Need a new n^ 5 or (We're making it as Easy as Possible!) DUVS up to or buy b^h fof only. and take months to pay!* HURRY UP - SEIZE THIS COtDEN OPPORTUNITY to buy the appliances you want, and pay on terms of utmost . Pon't del?y! Get your wonderful •ppjiinces,npw . . . for Modwi oday, and in the Futur*. OWA EiGCTRIC Offtr Limited to Our CmU>ni»r» MATINEE DAILY AT 2:00 P.M. Thursday thru Sat. — "Hell Bent For Leather", 7:00 - 9:55; "The Bat", fl:SO. ' . ' Saturday matinee —- Cartoons. 2:00; "Hell Bent For Leather". 2:30. Su'nday — "Sergeant Rutledge", 1:00 - 3:08 - 5:15 - 7:20 9:30. Monday thru Wednesday — "Sergeant Rutlcdge", 7:15 - 9:25. OTTOSEN Mrs Donald 1 Usher SENECA NEWS Hans Nielsen, patient at the Holy Family Hospital for the past few weeks suffering the effects of a stroke, was taken by ambulance to the Veterans hospital at Des Moincs last Thursday. His sister, Mrs Cecil Baldwin, accompanied him to Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen took their daughters, Marilyn and Carol to Minneapolis, Sunday. Ca.-ol has enrolled at thr Professional Business Institute and Marilyn has employment there for the summer months. She returned home from August- ana College, Sioux Falls, last Sunday. Mrs Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs Carrie Jensen and Mrs Lester Osborn spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Emma Pannel at Ring- sled on her 82th birthday. Mr and Mrs Ole Pedersen accompanied Mr and Mrs Edward Mitchell and Joanne to Northwood, Sunday, where they attended confirmation services for Carolyn Micklick, daughter of the John Micklicks. Others from this area attending the services were the Morris Mitchells, the Albert Mitchells, the Melford Mitchells and the Martin Olsens. The Pedersens were Carolyns god-parents and the Morris Mitchells were her sponsors. . Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona spent. Friday at the home of her son and family, the Henry Loofts. Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl spent last weekend visiting' with the former's brothers at Two Harbors, Minn. Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn and family were last Sunday dinner guests at the Orville Miller home at Swea City. Miss Lola Meyer who is Laboratory Technician at Cheyenne, Wyo. visited with her parents. the Frank Meyers, from Friday until Monday of last week. Mrs Albert Johnson and daughters,' Darlene and Marilyn, spent last weekend of Omaha where they visited at the home of a former' pastor and family, the Rev. J. • 'L. Patten. They were accomoanied by Mrs Geo. Wohnke -'of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Gene Bollig and family attended graduation exercises at Garriuan high school at Algona and were supper guests at the Clarence Metzccr home Other guests at the Mctzger home in honor of the occasion were Mrs J. W. BolliR of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Gordon Bollig, also of Bancroft, and Mr? Henry Irmitcr and daughters of Armstrong, and other relativer and friends. Mrs Floyd Salisbury and Diana went to Iowa City Wednesday where Diana is having a check up at the University hospital. Sunday visitors at the Howard Thompson's were Mrs Peter Movick and Mrs Orville Oppedahl of Mason. City, Mrs Evelyn Movick' of Thompson, Mrs Merrill Hanson of Titortka, Mr and Mrs Eugene Movick anti Becky of Rcnwick and Mrs 1. Movick and Eleanor. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher visited Mr and Mrs Coronel Borglum at Janesville Thursday afternoon. Wandn Jacobson is home from her teaching duties at Hubbard. This summer she will attend school at Grecley, Colo. Erpelding Hog Tests Underway Every one in the area' interested in the production and improvement of hogs is invited to visit the performance test lot on the Peter Erpelding & Sons farm located 1 mile west and % north of Jet. US 18 and 169 near Algona. The Erpelclmgs In cooperation with Robert C. Johnson. Co. Ext. Assoc., arc testing a cross section of the pigs sired by 'their Poland China herd sire, Brawny. This lest is under the general supervision of the Poland China He-cord Association ot Galesbui^g; III. Its purpose is to test the rale of n;iin, feeding efficiency am) market desirability- (meatiness) of. his pigs under full feeding (market hog) conditions; and thereby measure the cfesirability of his sons and daughters as nleat type breeding slock. observe their fortieth wedding arfnM| r ersary with an open hous< in .tfyeit.home at Banqroft Sfin day, MM 12. Childflrf|ofj th'i Long's ;will be host's- :aU the event, which will held ftfom 2 to f> p.m. fro invitations will be sent and all relatives and friends are invited to attend. Wed 40 Years Mr and Mrs Arthur Long will Fri., - June 10 Johnny Kefelsen "Formerly Tom Owens ___ Cowboys" Sat., - June 11 Henry Charles And His Orchestra fues!, - June 14 — 8 to 11 Teen Dance Rock-N-Flames Rockufelcr from KRIB Parenls Free — Teens 90c Thurs., • June 16 "The Idol Of The Airlines" Jan Gabber And His World Famous Orch. Featuring Vocally Jan Garber Adm. $1.81 plus ix. lot. $2.00 MATINEE DAILY AT 2 P.M. ENDS TONITE (WED.) "CRACK IN THE MIRROR" ALGONA THURS.-FRI.-SAT. 2 New Features "HELL BENT FOR LEATHER" PLUS CARTOONS ALSO SHOWN SAT. MAT. AT 2:00 ' ; . { COLLtlGfe' • ! i : Jacob Wagena'ar has given dp farming near Mdvin to attend PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa SUNDAY, JUNE 12 Don Hoy 0961 'L eunr 'Xopseni Algona (\a,) Upper (Ht Mon«»—JH -' With his sort, Harold. d (has* been enrolled as a freshman at Northwestern Acad- emy, in Orange City. Mr Wag*. enaar wilt be enrolled as a juh- SUNDAY, JUNE 19 Henry Charles SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY MHOUSANDmONEWOMENDREAM OF HIS EMBRACE! .COLOKSCOPE SUNDAY, JUNE 26 Guy DeLeo SKUNKS Six little skunks were welcomed by a white Persian mother cat recently at the Dale Bubeck farm near Clarion. The cat has three little white kittens of her own. The, baby skunks werf found when a brooder house was moved. 2 tfEW FEATURES COMING TO THE ALGONA <Wf RCiCftVC f Hi R19HT TQ WITHDRAW THU fiFFfl AT ANY T1MQ Audip, -Murphy "and Felicia Fa,rr find mutual interests for rqman.ce and' self protection in "Hell Bent For Leather," action- fijjed outdoor adventure in Cin- erraS.ope and color from. Universe.; - International. The picture was directed. by 1 George Sherman and produced by Gordon Kay from screenplay by Christopher Knopf. , ; , "The Bat," a picturizatipn of one v qf the m.ost successful stage. plays of ajl Ume, and ttje grand* daddy pf ail my^ry v plays, on Thursday opens itS'local engagement at the A)fiPna Theatre with Vincent Price and Agnes Moore- heart, slurring. Besides Pi'ice and Miss Mooro- hesKj, tw^, ai HqHywpQd's finest actors, the cast is headed by John Button, Elaine Edwards, Gavin Lane, John Bryant, Riza Royce and Harvey Stephens. Tripped bctwMA • lynA -tiwigfy mol...Md • MnM who imd his MH M • IkwiM TO ULLI Um a^yO^^^vS^^K^^^™ SPECIAL TUESDAY, JUNE 28 The Nation's No. 1 Old Time Band The 6 Fat Dutchmen SUNDAY, JULY 3 Marv Redstrom No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.i at 8:30 AND THE BARBARIANS SECOND MIGHTY FEATURE Iht greatest adventure of all time! KIRK DOUGLAS PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADULTS 75c - CHILDREN FREE Ends Tonight (Wed.) "North By Northwest" - "Law And Jake Wades" THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY »*.. IM cAUDIE MURPHY- FELICIA FARR • STEPHEN McNALLT cosumw ROIERT MDDIETON »m RAD FULTON -JAN MERLIN •went » GEORGE SHERMAN K.IINH.T >r CHRISTOPHER KNOPF MOOUCID ir GORDON KAY CINEMASCOPE.- EWHUM COLOR • Bwd an a novel by Ray Ho|M SECOND THRILLING FEATURE WHEN U FUES. SOMEOHE DIES! VINCENT PRICE ACMES MOOREHEAO SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY Foiget flHThe Suspense You Have Ewer SeenUftliTlie Excitement You Na«e fvorKnown! JOHNfOROS TECHNICOLOR . PRODUCTION OF Plur Color Cartofto* NO 81 AftNO DUtiNO THftltASiVa^MUI*S. PLEASE DON'T TILL THE SURPRISING REASON! GUNS.'GUTSM vGUYSSGALSlf together on one program. 3 BIG ACTION- F FEATURE NO. 1 SHOWN AT 8:15 DRIVEN BY HATE THEY STALKED THE GREAT WAR PRIZE OF THE PACIFIC! In CINEMASCOPE ind METROCOLOR mi REASON DW FORAN AUDurDALION THE MEN OF W U.S. AIR FORCE H!l NO, 2 SHOWN AT 1Q;15 BLASTS QFF INTQ TQ^QRRQW WITH THE FASTEST FEATURE NO. 3 SHQWK AT, 11;5 YOUTH, AND LOVE AND PWS J CyWITQQNS , BOX QfFICB CaSNS 7 ^'<;WB«5; TO TOMORROW THUR»oWf

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free