The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1960 · Page 14
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6-Alflona (la.) Upper De* Melrte* Tuesday, June 28, Elaine Wagner Is St. Joe Shower Honoree Si. Joe >*, Elaine Wagner was honored at .a pre-riuplial shower June 21 when relatives and friends gathered in St. Joseph's parish hall. Assisting the honoree with her gifts were her 'sister, Judy Wagner and cousins, Joann Reding, Eileen Wagner and Sandra Wafg« ner, The evening was spent -plnyftijl 500 with Mrs Art Kohlhaas aiid Mrs Alfred Zeller receiving prizes.' • ' Miss. Wagner, daughter of Mr' and Mrs Orville Wagner became the bride of Robert Anderson of Belmont, Mich, June 25 in St. Joseph's church. Mrs Jerry Becker was honored 1 at a post-nuptial shower at the home of Mr and Mrs Tony 'Becker. . ' • Algona Girls At T : wft/6r' Sc/ipo/ Mrs Bill Ferstl and children of Miservey visited here on Thursday with former neighbors and friends. They also attended a coffee given at the home of Mr and Mrs Marvin Reding for OF A Here's A ^LAST* , , PROGRAM i SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY CONTINUOUS SUN.-- MON. FROM 1 P. M. THEY WANTED-SO MUCH-TO ^.OVE EACH OTHErt BUT BETWEEN THEIVl! f l.lKE A WALt, WAS A BATHER'S SHAMELESS PAST AND A MOTHER'S POSSESSIVE LOVE AND A BOY, WHOSE STRANGE SECRET THE WHOLE TOWN KNEW. ..TOO WELLI METRO-GOLDWYN-MAVER • ,, : PRESETS » SOL C. SIEGEL. PRODUCTION HOME FROM -•-THE HIUL WBffimH ~BBUm PARKER CoSlirnnj GEORGE PEPPARD-GEORGE HAMILTON-EVERETT SLOANE-LUANA PATTEN scm.ni) by HARRIET FRANK. Jr. and IRVING RAVETCH • '^".'."'".""'.".'.'u miKtod by VINCENTE MINNELLI • n^utby EDMUND GRAINGER Cinemascope and METROCOLOR PLUS COLOR CARTOON Mfi arid , Mf9i'' Hdfold H6f2d|t took jMrSi ' Louise Hetzbg and Walter, to'>IVtasbft.City Tuesday WherWMi-Sf' HbMdg. Went-''fbir< a' dhedkUjS, > ,,i * * ,-'.. -,% * .• • MWMehfi Watner, who had been' W, the N&eve hospital at, ,'Albert. Lea for ..two weeks' fol*. tewing sUfgery, was able to come home Wetfnesdayi Her son Jerry "Warner of fiaheroft, -and Mrs. Harold Warner went ,up -after her,-She .will be at the Harold^ Warner hbrrte While ing. • Thursday^ afternoon, the Est*her circle* .dLthe, W.S.C.S., met at th^ home of. Mrs. -Haze.1 Carpenter, The following officers -were elected!, tfo-chaifman, Mrs'. E, _A, Carpenter secretary •' treasurer. Mrs. Haiel. Carpenter. 'Mrs. Fred Samek Was in charge of .the program. , In the evening the Mary circle met'at-the hdrt^df-Mrs, James ,Bottehfield.*A new, cifelef, chaie* "maft -Ma^y "fiK8Hdfa t>v v/a'S. 4ledted*4" ..., ed" ctf' chairniany Lena Warner' secretary,'-and, Helen- Thompson as f ,a member' ttfLtfteV- Christian social relations "cwnniittee. Mrs. Thompson, was' in charW of the" program and she'was-assisted by Karol Bottenf ield, who played a piano solo, s .1 Wed.-Thru-Sat. ALGONA MATINEES DAILY AT 2 ft M, Two Algona Girls, Kay Moulion, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Moullon, and Kay Agena, daughter of Mr and Mrs Al .Agena, are pictured above at the All-State Twirling Camp,being held at'the State University of Iowa. Baton twirling tips are being given by Janet Anderson (left), a former SUI majorette. ,Watching from left to, right ^are Dawn Rineh art and Cheryl Long, both of Pilot Mound, Dora Anderson of Clear Lake,'and Miss'Moulton and Mi ss Agena. Some 40 twirlers are attending the' school, (UDM engr.aving). , / / , neighbors. » Mrs Sadie Skilling of Algona and Mrs Damian Centgraf were guests Thursday afternoori at the >home of Mrs William B. Devine when she entertained her 500 club. Mrs E. J.' Gales, Mrs Alphonse I^erte); and Mrs Tony Becker received prizes. Farrow Is el; June 23, Ledyard Churc Ledyard — On Thursday morning, June 23, a beautiful wedding was solemnized in Sacred Heart church, Ledyard, uniting Mary Ellen Farrow, daughter of Mr. and Mr.?.' Milton Farrow of Lakota, and 'Gene Nilson, son of Mrs. Pearl Nilson of .Winnebago, Minn, in marriage. The .double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. B. J. Montag. The girl's choir, which Mary Ellen has been directing, sang and Mrs. Harold Inglet was organist. The matron of honor was Mrs. Jerry Poole. Bridesmaid' was Barbara Farrow and Becky Kollasch was flower girl. Best man was Charles Nilson, groomsman was Duane Murphy, Pauline Nichols was ringbearer and Joe Govern and Donnie Flcntje were ushers. • The bride's gown of embroidered nylon organza was fashioned in tierrcd effect with a sab- rina neckline. Her veil was caught in a crown of irridescent sequins and pearls. She carried a bouquet of red roses on a white prayer bobk a gift of the .groom. After the wedding, there was a dinner in the church, basement for 125 guests. Mrs. Ted Thilges was in charge and other friends assisted her. Ella McDonald was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Lawrence Kathman cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Pearl Glasnapp- and Mrs. Charles Nilson opened the gifts. Waitresses were Madonna Sullivan, Rita Haag, Maxine Busch, Kathleen King, Judy Sturm, Becky Johnston, Margaret Rezas and Cherie Schwartz. A reception was held at the bride's home from 2-4 p.m. Mrs. Lawrence Govern "and Mrs, Hubert Govern poured. -'' The bride is a graduate of Ledyard" high school and Briar Cliff College in Sioux City. She taught two years a't Graettinger arid the past year at Armstrong, where she plans to return and continue teaching 5th grade. The bride groom is a graduate of the Huntley high school and has since been farming. After a wedding trip to the east, they will be at home on a farm near Winnebago. Hospital Report Matinees daily at 2 p.m. Wed. thru Saturday ' —• "Hannibal", 7:00 - 10:00; "Atomic Submarine", 8:50. S,unda'y and Monday — "Home From The Hill", 1:00 - 3:45 6:30 - 9:21. Tuesday — "Home From The Hill", 7:00 and 9:45. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY 2 BIG FEATURES! DEBBIE REYNOLDS .W RANDALL. PAUL DOUGLAS The Maftncr Gam© ....FREDOARR ' SCARED Chn«cSc»p« *.<» METROCOLOR HQUPAY...ANP SEE OUR ,/, IQ-ANTl6 '' FIREWORKS DISPLAY! Mrs. He.nrietta Dontje and Mrs. John Walterman went to Webster City Wednesday arid remained until " Thursday. , They visited their sister Mrs. Jennie Dontje and Mrs. Walterrnan went to Kamrar to the/home of her husband's father Who js Jll. ,, Mr. and Mrs. ..Maurice P,ingel went to' Minneapolis' Wednesday and on Thursday their second son Gregory underwent major surgery at Abbott, hospital;-He came through the operation successfully and is- improving. HURLS HIS CRAZED ELEPHANT AGAINST HALF n NOW! HANNIBAL THE COLOSSUS OF OF ALB. TIME] SUPERClNESCOPEjECHNW SECOND NEW EXCITING FEATURE ! 1*1 UHUwl aOVefilttiSfS, fiBBOGQ. Oy- 111 II I \Ji UlI, wi IUMIL.UU i t-i W.L. i i i Swe^l* HOR1WER BRAUS • PraJwii bjOHAVIO POOGI • ftudel l»EOGAR A.ULMER Tomorrow's Baillfr,"To Save The World ' / Explodes Under The Artie Ice ! ARTHUR FRANZ DICKFORAN BRETT HALSEY ENDS TONITE (WED.) "UNFORGIVEN" AND "MAN IN THE NET? THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY FIRST ALGONA! SCREEN! MONDAY ONLY ADM. 90c KIDDIES FRE-E S E E THE STRANGE MiLE-HiGH^cfipor MARSI SEETHEQIGANTICBAT-RA^IDER! k, SEE THE DEAD RIVER WHERE i)NLY THE MONSTER AMOEBA^CAN LIVE! i,. ' _. -, 1 /-"- : . : - •• -'''".- ' ''' 0 SPECTACULAR 1 ADVENTURE I BE YON DTI ME AND SPACE.., AS TH E STARTLI NGNEW SCREEN PROCESS emacic » , . •••' ' ••.'•;••'; ./•' 1 ;- •;.':/'• . ,. zs» takes you on man's first visit to IN MAGNIFICENT COLOR B,,,,,., ueraid Mohr • Nbra'Havden«Us Tremayne • Jack Kruschen • BETTER THAN RINGSIDE! EXTRA ADDED fIGHT FILMS!, INGtMAH f JOHANSSON-PATTERSON "Qffl(Ul, WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP flOHI SHOWN AT 10 P, M. ADMISSION 90c - CHUDREN FREE SCHOOL *BM WOW*. JANA IUND FIRST RUN FEATURE

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