The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1960
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1 ..- Thimble Club Met Mrs Arthur Cruikshank entertained the members of her Thimble Huh last Monday afternoon. Bettie Riedel, 11 Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel had as supper guests Saturday the JatUT's parents Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland, of Burt, honoring the eleventh birthday of the daughter, Keltic. Birthday Club Mrs Merle Webster was hostess to her birthday club members at coffee Wednesday morning. Has Coffee Guests Mrs. Ida Chisnv entertained at a coffee last week Tuesday morning. Guests were Mrs Fern Hauchins, Mrs Marie King, Mrs Mary,Olson, Mrs.Don Kajewski, Mrs Agnes Thilges, Mrs Robert Decoration Sale Come in n<w for all your summertime decorating needs. Use our monthly budget plan STEP LADDERS PAINT ROLLERS PAINT BRUSHES PATCHING PLASTER ' PAINTS & THINNERS MOLDING & NAILS HINGES & LOCKS RACKS & SHELVES HARDWARE "& CABINETS for home improvement help KELLEY LUMBER CO "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - OTTOSEN - ALGONA SUN. THRU WED. - 2 BIG FEATURES 2QOOO I^UGHS UNDER THE SEA/ GARY iGRANT **•* TONY CURHS OPERATION PETTICOAT In Eastman COLOR JOAN O'BRIEN • DINA MERRILL- GENE EVANS - DICK SAWENT ARTHUR O'CONNELl Co-Hit Greatest Duel Under The Sun ! STEWART GRANGER BARBARA RUSH ANTHONY STEEL HARRY BLACK ANB TH1 TICIR Thompson nnd Mrs Morlc Webster. Rahm Reunion A Rahm family reunion was held a week ago Sunday in the St. Benedict school hall with 100 persons in attendance. Closest family connections were Mr and Mrs Ivor Foe, of Wall Lake, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ben Dwenger. 'of Clear Lake, Minn., Mr and Mrs Clifford Dehnert, of Mason City, Eleanor Rahn, of Kenwick, Wash., Agnes Rahm, Mrs John Beirl, Mrs Ardis Thomason, Mr and Mrs Frank Youngwirth, Mrs Sylvia Germann and Mr arid-Mrs Arthur Ristau. Mrs Martin Honored Mrs James Will gave a coffee last Tuesday afternoon complimenting Mrs John Martin, nee Lois Muscha, of San Jose, Calif. In attendance were Mrs Daniel Bray, Mrs Pat Bradley, Mrs Orlan Ott, Mrs Mildred Put/., Mrs A. L. Rochleau, Mrs Howard Stillman, Mrs Ronald Taylor and Mrs Don Price, Sioux City. Mrs Martin is a former Algonan and was employed as office nurse of Dr. Bray. Coffee Club Formed Mrs Martin Becker entertained a group of friends last Tuesday evening who were formerly called the Portland Progress Club. All now live in Algona and they have reorganized and are called the Coffee Cup Club. They will meet the second Monday of each month. Members are Mrs Mike Arend, Mrs Pete Arend, Mrs Martin Becker, Mrs Violet Christenson, Mrs Herman Leek, Mrs Earl Miller, and Mrs El'fie Teeter. Birthday Dinner Dinner was held Sunday for Mrs Albert Metzger's birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Duaine Metzger, Conley and Darwin, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bockholt and Diane, Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges and Alan, Mr and Mrs Homer Sabin, Mr and Mrs Dan Lennards from Gruettingcr, Miss Leon Len- nflrd, Ermnetsburg and Mr and Mrs Charley Richardson, Eslher- ville. Reception Held A reception was held last Sunday afternoon at Mr and Mrs E. E. "Bud" Robinson's for their son Dick and niece Betty Cink, daughter of Mr and Mrs Julius Cink who were graduated from Garrigan high school. Out of town guests were Mr and Mrs Vfess Robinson, of Bancroft, Mr j and Mrs L. R. Wingert of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Ed Cink, Woden. Marlene Black Of Burt Weds Bancroft Man Burl — Marlene Black, daiifih- ter of Mr and Mrs SUinlry Black, .became the? bride of "Eugene i Wolfe, son of Mr and Mrs Homer Wolfe, Bnnerofl. Father Waite performed the double- ring ceremony in St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft. The hride, who was escorted to the nltnr by her father, wore n floor length Rown of 'white organza, over nylon taffeta, with «i full floor skill with a scoop neckline outlined with flower motifs. She wore a fingertip veil outlined with pearls. She- carried a bouquet of red roses. Deanne Ditsworth was bridesmaid, Donald Hooey, attended the groom, ushers were Gary Black and Dennis Wolfe. A reception for 100 guests was held in the church basement. Mrs Jim St. John registered the guests. Mrs Duane Smith and Mrs George Wolfe, Jr. poured. The cake was cut and served by Mrs Lewis Franzen and Mrs Truman Schakelford. Punch was served by Mrs James Heider- seheidl. Waitresses were Jane 1 Black and Mrs Betty McGregor Miss Blaek is a graduate of Burl high .school. The groom is employed at Fort Dodge, where, the couple will make their home following h short wedding trip. Dave Godden, 90 Thursday, June 9, marked the 90th birthday anniversary of a long time Kossuth county 'resident, Dave Godden who was born in Clayton county, June 9 1870. Hi- lias lived all but the first 9 days of his life in Kossuth county, most of it. in or noai Burt. Mr Godden married in hi; youth but his wife died nearly 30 years ago. Dave makes his home at the Fred Howard residence. tending tho funeral services from here were Mr and Mrs Walter Campney, Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney and Mrs Fred Davis. Daughter Graduates Dr. and Mrs M. I. Lichter, Lois, Roy arid Tommy, spent the weekend in St. Paul. While there they attended the baccalaureate and commencement exercises at St. Catherine's College. Their daughter and sister was one of the graduating class, receiving a bachelor of science degree in nursing. Ann accompanied her parents to her home: for a week's visit. Free Circus Madden and Stillman's free circus will be held in Burt Tuesday. 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Family Picnic Held A family picnic was held Sunday at the Ambrose Call State Park, those attending being Mr and Mrs Louis Hectland, of Renwick, Samuel Butts and sister, Mrs George Mack, of Phoenix, Ariz., Mr and Mrs Pat Weiland, of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Frank Butts, Mrs J. W. Pentecost, Mr and Mrs. Warren Nelson, and Mary Wirtjes. Garden Club The Garden Club met last Monday afternpon with Mrs Martin Becker. Mrs Alfred Hanson sixth district director, Goldfield, was present. Three table settings were shown by Mrs William Dau who was assisted by. Mrs C. R. McQuiston. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., and Mrs Harold Becker, Burt. VFW Meetings Meetings of the Algona VFW Post and their auxiliary were held Wednesday June 8. Plans were made for the annual banquet and dance honoring the Spanish American War Veterans and their Auxiliary to be held Saturday evening June 25 at the VFW hall. The public is welcome to attend. PIUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADULTS 7Sc - CHILDREN Pif E Baptist Circles Circles of the First Baptist church will meet Tuesday, June 21 as follows. Circle 1 with Mrs Dean Barnes, devotions by Mrs C. N. Robinson. Circle 2 with Mrs Clifford Reibhoff, devotions by Mrs. Lyle Black. Circle 3 with Mrs Clyde Priebe, devotions by Mrs Warren Bowman. Farewell Party ' Mrs Merle Webster gave a farewell coffee Thursday morning for Mrs Don Kajewski who is joining her husband at Clear Lake. Those present were members of a birthday club organized some time ago. The honoree was presented with a gift. Ames Woman Guest Mrs Charles Patterson is entertaining her card club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Bernice Seeley, of Ames, sister of Mrs Anton Didriksen, will be a guest. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Merle Webster went to Spirit Lake Sunday to attend the wedding of the former's cou- son, Richard Agar and Marjorie Brown. Burt News Joe Cunningham who is employed with the Jowa Conservation commission at Maple Hill, spent the weekend'with his parents, Mr and Mrs Mervyn Cunningham. Edith Smith and friend of Des Moines were weekend visitors at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Smith. Mrs Olive Moore was hostess Tuesday to her daughter, Mrs Pauline Schmidt, Bode, and her granddaughter, Roberta Wit' wicfce and two great-granddaughters of Galesburg, 111. Uncle Passes Mrs Walter Campney recently received word that her uncle, T. M. Wells, hud died at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, June 5 Funeral services for Mr Wells were held at Pomeroy. Mr Wells had been employed at Lutheran hospital for several years. At- Harley Hanson. Burl shop and •math, teacher, left early Sunday for Hollo, Mo. where he will attend summer school until July 31. Mr Hanson, recently was awarded a national Science Foundation Scholarship. Eugene Hahling, son of Mr and Mrs Merwyn Bahling left Sunday for Iowa Stale Teacher College Cedar P'all.s. whom he will attend summer school on an honor scholarship. Lois Lichler who is studying nurses training at Mercy hospital. Mason City, arrived home Wednesday for a month's visit with her parents, Dr, nncl Mrs M. I. Lichter. Mr and Mrs Ed Rausch and boys of Blue Island visited from Wednesday through Saturday at the Walter Steward home. Jerry McMullen left. Saturday for Camp. Dodge, where he acted as a counselor at I he annual Boy's Stati 1 . The members of the I.Y.F. and their counselors, the Sameks. enjoyed a pool party and picnic on Thursday. Mr and Mrs Earl Larson of Wilmont, Minn, were weekend visitors at the Glenn Zwiefel home. Viola Mae Hilton spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Hilton and Gerald. V.iola Mae is employed at Des Moines. Mrs Glenn Zwiefel, Brian and Palsy spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Cecil Householder home at Welcome, Minn. While there they attended grad- nation exercises at the Welcome high school. Mrs Zwiefel's nephew, Ronald II o u s e h older, was a member of the gradual- ing class. Mr and Mrs Pete Olson and family of Des Moines are spending this week at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Ken Cook and Terrv. REGISTER TICKETS and carbon ' ' cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moinos Pub. Co., Algona. Tuesday, June 14, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper DM MotnM-3 Easter Seal Sale Brought $1,352 In County Area At a recent meeting of the Kossuth County Society f>r Crippled Children and Adults, it was reported that lfif.0 Easter Seal Campaign totaled $l,:?52.f>8. less than was contributed in 1959. In addition, memorials in the amount of $10 have been received. The Kossuth Chapter has been active in the past year in aiclin.u those in need. Walkers and a Porl- a-lifl have been purchased to add !o other equipment kept on hand to loan lo anyone needing them. Three children were sent to the Crippled Children's Camp last summer, and plans have been made to send several again this year. Help has been given to children needing dental work, glasses, heaiing aids, speech les- >:ons. and physical examinations. Mrs Clarence Brandl, Titnnka, was re-eleded Chairman of the Kossuth Chapter for tho coming year. Those who have assisted in receiving contributions in the I960 Campaign were: Mrs C. If. Beardsley, and Mrs John Cook, Algona; Mrs E. E. Stewart. Swea City; Mrs Ed Limk'bak, LuVerne;.Mrs C. R. Knmt/., Titonka; Mrs • Melvin Heinnrh, WhiUemore'. Mrs'John Bleich, Wesley; Mrs Maurice Keil, Lcdyard; Mrs Ralph Weber. Bancroft; Mrs Rose Kraft, Lone Rock: and Mrs Milford SmiUi. Burt. Vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry are America's favorite ice cream flavors. Abdut 45% of .'ill ice cream produced is vanilla, 17'.;. chocolate, and almost 10% strawberry. MATiNEES DAiLY AY 2 P. M. Ends Tonight (Wed.) "Sergeant Rutledge" ALGONA Find it fast in the YELLOW PAGES of your phone book Ends Tonight (Wed.) "Goliath And The Barbarians" - "Ulysses' ENJOY OUR NEW 70 FT. WIDE SCREEN ! OPEN AT 7 P.M. .-FRL-SAT.-FIRST SHOWING IN ALGONA! AlEBmEHVECOCM STORY •LYIEBEIWGEORGE NADER Print by TECHNICOLOR JAY C. FLIPPEN • HELENE STANLEY • Directed by KURT NEUMANN Screenplay by HANS JACOBY and KURT NEUMANN . A KING BROS. P.oduciio. SECOND FEATURE - FIRST SHOWING IN ALGONA! THIS IS THE TIME OF THE VIOLENT PLUNGE INTO ADULTHOOD... Here is all the passion, the pain the poignance of emotional awakening ...Here are all the wild excitements of youth discovering tliair purpose on earth I .«.«.„ JO ANN LeCOMPTE/FRANK ROCHE AU^™ BROOKS/RAY GRONWOLD / with MARIA PAVELLE/ROBERT MAJOR/KAREN BLACK/BETTY SENTER * M«n;gNIUttMI fUMi INC. Pnwlustton,/ f/oowrt W HtRSCHEll. 0. 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