The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1960 · Page 3
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SAL MAT. 2 p.m. SPECIAL KIDDIES SHOW ALGONA \i 'N * I'" 'flBBOTT'COSTHU) IOSTIN ALASKA »nH.MITZI GREEN-TUN Mtu PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY SHANGHAIED! SHIPWRECKED! •••9nd hunted the Law! WALT DISNEY Peter FINCH • MS MacARIH -Bernard LEE Helmed b, BUtNA VISTA DatiMim M., Inc. 'Will Diluy Production). PIUS COLOR CARTOON FRIDAY - SATURDAY CLIM^IUUNH 9 Mftt Garth Island is a place in Tennessee that just wouldn't move out of the way for the new South to come in! The people clung to a way of life as a man clings to a woman...I COLOR by DE LUXE ClNEMAScoPfs 'GOMEfflr LIFT //: !j''i.~ •i£.:W*f- ' >• •;•> \ \ .-t PLUS COLOR CARTOON SUNDAY AND MONDAY 2 DAYS Only MIGHTIEST OF MOTION PICTURES! JAMES STEWART as the fugitive- iii-clown's makeup who CHMLTON HESTON M th« rough, tough boM-man iHWUBiSl ', Ml (Oil HlMisU j CONTINUOUS FROM 1 P. M. of th« Big Topi WINNER "BEST ACTOR AWARD" 1960 NutU id Bmclri h CICH 8. MIU tohtij tilt tto tyilai ri Nl« ii«.-l»m t toty to PLUS COLOR CARTOON .AROUND ALGONA Mrs C. B. Murtagh was dismissed Jroin St. Ann hospital June 28 nncl is nnain at home here, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Renken nnd Liirry, Lisa and Jeff spent tin' Fourth of July weekend at LoMar.s with relatives. Karen Haaso, Linda Tague, Virginia Hecllund, Barbara Bart- led are spending thi:,' week 'at Mtihoji camp at Lake Okoboji. —o— Mrs Rose Westling and daughter, Laverla, and Mr and Mrs Raymond and family attended a family reunion at Kslherville June 20. —o— Mrs. Elva Simpson is at lows City when; she will have eye surgery at University hospitals. She is RtuyinK with her daughter at Cedar Kapitls. —o— Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church is having an old-fashioned ice cream social, Friday evening, July 8 on the church lawn. The group is composed of young mothers of the church. —o— The Promenaders square dance club is having a jamboree at Call State Park Sunday evening, July 10. Guests from all over the area have been invited and there will be a pot-luck picnic at 6:30. * ' —o—• Mrs E. K. Huber and daughter have concjudod a visit here and have returned to their home in Homewood, 111. Mrs Hubcr is iho former Ruth Malueg, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Malueg Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson spent the Fourth of July weekend at Harpers Ferry with the kilter's brother and sistcr-in-lnw Mr and Mrs Henry Tracger of Sumner, who have a cottage there. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seeley and daughter, Kendra spent from Saturday through Monday :at Sioux . Falls, S.D., where they visited Mrs Secly's sister .and husband, . Mr and Mrs Jame? Davidson. •—o— Mrs W. C. Kuhn has returned from an extended trip in Wisconsin where she visited at,Milwaukee with her mother and brother, Ed Jergertson and family At. Madison, she visited at her sister's home, the Lowell LaMores. Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsb'ee and Mr and Mrs George Cook and families spent the 1 Fourth of July weekend at the Algona cottage at Cass Lake. Minn. The men returned home Tuesday and will return to bring the rest of the group home Sunday. Mrs John Rubes and son Stephen and June McEnroe, daughters of Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe returned Monday from Chicago where they spent four days at the home of their brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Leon Hughback and baby daughter. Linda Marie. Visitors at the A. M. Anderson home this past, week wre Mrs John Dunn and' daughters Dianne and Mary and Mrs Eddie Kjer and Mrs Hilda Carroll both of Fergus, Minn., and Mrs W. M. Carroll of Brekenridge, Minn, also Edward Carney of DCF Moines, Iowa. A meeting of the committees •for the Kossuth County Historical Association has been called for Monday evening, July 11, at 8 at the courthouse. Committee heads are Joe Bradley, membership; Beth Annis, books and papers; Claude .Seeley, relics and LiUke Linnan, building.' A recent get together of old friends and neighbors was held at the home of Mrs. Mary Kain at 1420 East State Street in Algona. Those present were Emma Paetz, Marv "Nelson, Ella Bode Lenore Adams, Kalhryn Mahoney, Minnie and Ada Schick and Mrs Crause from Algona Those from out of town werf Dora Ferrigan, Chicago, Ethel Johnson, Portland,' Oregon, Ruth Sparks, Wesley, and Mamie Filch. Burl. Elgena Young, Isabel Loebach. and Ann Drone alsr attended alone with Ann Loebach and Barbara Drone Sharp's Jewelry Is Award Winner Reed & Barton of Taunton, Mass., America's oldest major silversmiths, has just announced the winners in tho nationwide contest based on the most artis- tis window display on their newest sterling patterns, "THE I.ARK" & "THE STAR." Mrs. Maxine Quintard of Sharp's Jewelry, 5 East' State Strpet, Algona, Iowa, has been awarded an Honorable Mention Award in GROUP A (for. stores in cities under 15,000), consisting of a "Two-Week Vacation" Travel Kit by Elizabeth Arden). If it's true that a fool and his money are soon parted — then tell us how they got together in the first place? Family. Reunion Held By Olsons July 3, Wesley Wesley .— A family reunion WJJF held July 3 ul the parental E. M. Olson home. All 10 children and their families were present for the day and the following holiday. .Guests were the Oscar Wagners, Mason City;' Robert Pinks, Omaha, Neb.; E. E. Olson. Des Moines; Don Olson, Fort Dodge; W. F. Olsons, Council Bluffs; M. M. . Blaus, Lovington, New Mexico, who nre spending a week here; K. J. Olsons. Omaha. Neb.; J. L.,Grindslaff's, Washington, D.C. who also spent a Week here; Robert of Fort Dodge and Mike at home. Has Appendectomy Mrs. Ilalvur Floin had an appendectomy in Brill hospital Wednesday afternoon JUne 2!). Has Surgery Bobby iJckteig, 6 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lickteig of Algona, was a guest of his uncle and annt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Koppen over the June 2G weekend. Tuesday he had a henna operation in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Ex-Resident Dies Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blain, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz went to Kenyon, Minn. June 30 to attend the 'funeral of Harry Heiltgren 65, who was found dead in his home June 27. He was unmarried and lived in Wesley many years before moving to Kenyon. He has been fin annual visitor here since. New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig have a new grandson, born Vo Mr. and Mrs. (Marjorie) Kenyon of Whitlemore June 23. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Armstrong are proud parents of a baby girl born Wednesday, June 29 at the Britt hospital. She has been named Debra Lauria and has two brothers Calvin and Melvin. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer re- port'a new grandson born June 24 1o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellick of Britt, who now have a family of four sons and IWo daughters. The baby has been named Jon Gerald. Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig and two grandsons, Mike and Eugeno Lickteig, sons of the Dennis Lickteigs of St. Benedict, spent several days over the holiday weekend at the Don Lickteig home at Gray Eagle, Minn. Mr. nnd Mr-,. Bill Hnuptly accompanied Mr. and Mrs Don Patthoff of Fairmont on a week's vacation trip to Yellowstone' Park Mr. and Mis. Frank Hauptly are staying at the Hauplly la mi. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kop- pt-n make frequent visits Icr St. Ann hospital, Alfeorta to see his '13 years old mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Koppen, who has been a patient there several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hartley spent several clays last week in Dtiluth, Minnesota on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dowey Valentine and children of Truman, Minn, .spent the- holiday weekend in the parental, Ben Eden home, where they joined a group of relatives lor a 4th of July picnic The wt,m<;n a tended the. pnst-nuptiai shower lor; Sandra Floni Lybarger Sunday afternoon in' lh-.> Mi thodisi Church parlors. The Gay'le Si udjers moved over the weekend intjo their newly- built home in the south-east part of town. The American Legion Auxil- iaiy will mec.l July 7. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton and Nancy were callers in Waterloo over the July 26 weekend. Mrs. Jim Walker entertained her bridge club July 1. Guests in the George Ricke home Tuesday nnd Wrdnr-srby were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Matsko and children of Streater, III, and Mrs Carlos Johnson of Junction City, Kansas. Mrs. Grace Martin left. June 24 for Canton, S.D. to visit her son Don Martin and family, following a visit in the Mrs. Chloie Simpson home. LeRoy Ricke hospital in entered Mercy Fort Dodge June 'M treatment of a back for medical ailment. Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson and Joyce went to Wasecvi,- Minn. June 26 to attend the Silver Wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson Mrs. Anderson is the former Dorothy Axley of Corwith Paul- sons also visited relatives in New Richland, Minn Banns of marriage were published for the second time in St. Joseph's Catholic Church Sunday for Paul Haverly, son' of Mrs. Clara Haverly and the late Henry Haverly, and Mary Jane Barrage. They will be married July 11 in Sacred Heart Church at Rockwell. W.S.C.S. will meet at the Methodist church July 6 with the Mesdames Ben and Fred Eden and Fred Seefeld. Mrs. Esther Skow of Boone spent last week with her sisters, Mrs. Fred Bentele and Mrs. ALGONA TUESDAY ONLY! CONTINUOUS FROM 1 P. M. 2 COMPLETE SHOWS AT 1 AND 3 P. M. COME EARLY FOR CHOICE SEATS! CIRCUS CARNIVAL COLOR CARTOONS PLUS —2 — '3 STOOGE COMEDIES' KIDDIES 35c ADULTS LESS'lOc WITH SPECIAL ZOO CIRCUS TICKET GET YOUR FREE MERCHANT'S ZOO CIRCUS TICKETS AT THE THEATRE NOW ! ALL FOR THE ASKING! TuPtrfny, July 5, 19of) Algona (Id.) UppM DM Moln««~9 Sol ma Carlson ;uu.l tlioir families. Mr. and Mrs. Hc-rbrrt Wolf and Harold of West. Bend. Wi:,. visited their cousins, the Joe Stnder family, one clay last week. Joe Mid Ed Eisenbacher vveie also dinner guests at Hinders. Rev. iind Mrs. Knfjfil Jones, Barbara, Cheryl and Sandra attended a Ulir family reunion June 2(i at Got i:h I'ark nea' Humholdt. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gauge had as th>''ir huu^i'.^iii >.ts la:- 1 ! v/eek their er;mcld;uiyhUTS. Jeanett': and Kaien 1'tacek. rhiuRhtrrs oi Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Plneel: of Dunean and Mary Jo. .Bonnie and Shirley, daiifihUrs of Mr and Mrs. Wilfred Becker. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Olson nncl Mike arid their linusr-guests: Mr. .md Mrs. J. L. Orinrlstiiff and baby of WashinKton, D. C. mid Mr. nnd Mis. Kay Olson of Omaha. Neb. were Juno 28 guests in the Oscar Wagner home rtt Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Irish of Canton, III. spent one day Inst week with their niece, Mrs. John Paulson and family. Mi', am! Mrs. Do.'tn Ricko and Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson wont to Wells. Minn. Juno 28 to attend the wecfdinR of John Bux.ecky to Eliii.ni- Novak at the Catholic Church. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY How can an officer In Mi right mini "inisplacj"a fully-equipped destroyer eiCKtt Officer and gentleman . by Act of * Congress —J$ man, somebody goofed! Wedding night or not... Jerry's gotta find his "nisla**"* ship) "Don't Give UP the Ship" •HALWALUS ^ put on a limb...loolonj| for The destroyer he "misplaced"! •utamngDtfi* ' HUM MICKEY ROBERT * ^^M^6OTOii-it>8tiii6tRisc«-mi)«w>sa SEjCOND FEATURE — young people in a young .,:J country boiling over with brawling passions. *' • H |//| DON MURRAY- RICHARD EGAD LEE REMICK-PATRICIA (tow PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION 75c - CHILDREN FREE Thursday Friday - Saturday 2 B!G HITS ON OUR GIANT WIDE SCREEN! Broadway's •mash hit- now the .BIGGEST, FUNNIEST . motion picture as COMES ALIVE! TECHNICOLOR* J * " l^ Waft Hottuuwod^ rrwdfc FAVORITES IN A in o' "ilf IV ^^•'^—^^a^a^'n ^ Z 'i'J'f ^ ^Q 4^ '"'"'• . •—jL!Ji 2 "Fabulous FABIAN and that -BLUE DENIM* GIRll i ... in a motion picture aglow with young • I IMWA. «^<B««1 f% «1wwA*«4*«mA T love and adventure. FABIAN CAROL LYNIEY STUART WHIIMAN ARTHUR O'CONHEl DOQIE STEVENS PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS THIS THURSDAY I FAMILY NIGHT* TJw

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