The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1960 · Page 2
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A J-AI0ono (la.) Uppct ft* M4lnel TOesdoy, July 19, i960 Bancroft Youth Fractures Two Bones In Arm Bancroft — tiavid Inman, son of Mr and Mrs Ross Inman, fell while playing and broke both bones in his forearm Wednesday (ivening. Kristy McGuire, daughter df Mr arid Mrs Chas McGuire, slipped on a step at the Bdseball diamond and sprained her ankle on his foot, which he injured in an auger accident./ His foot was badly niahgled sevetal weeks ago. Has Skin Graft Donald Arndorfer entered Holy Family hospital; Esther- name Monday aft^f a two weeks ville, Tuesday for skin..grafting Suffers Stroke Clarence (Dude) McGuire, 42, suffered a stroke the latter part of the week and is a patient at Holy Family hospital where he is getting along as well as can MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. ENDS THURS. "DAVID AND BATHSHEBA" ALGOMA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 2 NEW EXCITING FEATURES An Epic Story Of Lovi And War AND VENGEANCE/ FIVE, **3* AONOKuVlffimraouCTIuir •ILVANA BARBARA JCANNE RICHARD HABRV- STEVE ALEX r— »iv»N —i pffii LwioJ PLUS SECOND NEW FEATURE till forbidden FORCE that gave one man more power than the world has ever known) ' :rawutt$omsfomm WALKS MTO HE 4.MMENSION "4-D MAN" AND 3 COLOR CARTOONS SHOWN SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2 SUNDAY AND MONDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M. PLUS "SNOW CARNIVAL" AND COLOR CARTOON SHOWN MONDAY AT 2:15 AND 8:30 ONLY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY " : «l -N ' •,•"-!•• ^HARRIS. % cae PORTER • RQBERT EMMETT cxpt AN • ROBERT t : wis M^.^,, i urt,,*«.C«,. J , ( .^.,.,,^,^r,.. (N ,Ofv fc i^,.,,..',^ ,, SINEY SHELDON-'•.--.".,;.G,,l,., SECOND FEATURE ! SWING SPLENDOR! UNWME DRAMA! THC STORY OF SIMON PETt* OF GALIUC TCCHNICOLOr • PANAVISIO*' be expected. Mrs Martha^Hemrherling, who has spent id days with her cousin Mrs Law rente Berfrrian and family, returned to her home at Grand Forks, N.D. Donna Bergman returned to Sioux. City Saturday after a two week vacation wu.'i her parents, the Lawrence Bergmans. Jean Rake and Alice Menke, also student nurses, are here for a vacation with their parents. Judy Wolf returned home Thursday after a ten day visit with her sister Jane, Omaha. Mary Schumaker, Des Moines, and Father Eugene Schumaker. Carroll, spent a few days here at the I. F. Engcsser home and with Clarence McGUire at Holy Family hospital. Frank Ditsworth is a medical patient rtt Holy Family hospital. Young People's Program For Ledyard Group Ledyard—W.S.C.S. met Thursday with Mrs Marie Halvorson and Mrs Harold Herzog as hostesses. The program was given by the young people with Betty Herzog and Monica Munyer leading. Devotions were led by Monica Munyer; solo by Ann Carpenter accompanied by Betty; readings. Sharon Thompson, Linda Pingei. Roberta Wentworth and Betty Herzog^ musical reading, Nancy and Betty Herzog; closing prayer by Ann Carpenter. the Cecil Black home over the Fourth and then left their baby daughter Michelle -tiere while they and the older children* went to Chicago on vacation. Mrs Hannah Hauge of Rake- came Wednesday to spend some weeks at the home of her datigh- trip to Ballslon Spa, New York, ter Mrs Cecil Pingel and family. Mrs D. B. Mayer returned where she visited their daughter Barbara, and family, the Richard Schmertzlers, and helped welcome the new little daughter. Sheryl Gay. Howard Dyer left early this week for Sioux City where ha- has work with an elevator construction company. Dean and Brian Mechlef ox Titonka spent from Tuesday to Thursday at the home of their grandmother Mrs Henrietta Dontjc. Burt Mayor's Brother Killed Word has been received by m Mayor Nels Nelson that his* brother, Leonard, 44, was found slain by a gunshot wound in the chest at Chattanooga, Tenn.» The dead man was in the military service ar\d would have retired within two years. Full details of the incident are unavailable. It is reported that the dead man had received his pay and was granted leave over the July Fourth weekend. He was last seen July 1 when he left the military base. 'Robbery is believed a possible motive for the killing. Boys found the body in a grove of trees. Funeral services are pending at Two Harbors, Minn. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog. Betty and Nancy, Mrs Ann To- gerson, and Diane Waterhouse went to Boone Sunday to spena the day with Judy who is counselor at Larks' Girls Ranch. Mrs George Thompson and her grandson David Thompson left Sunday for Sioux .City, where Mrs Thompson will visit at the homes of her three sons and their families for the next two weeks. Mrs J. J. McDonald and Ella and Mr and Mrs Dennis McDonald of Des Moines left on Sunday for Greenville, Miss., to attend graduation exercises 01 her son Francis, who will receive his wings in piloi training. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Fred Dut:ton and Ellsworth went to Pilot Knob State Park at Forest City •where th'ey met Mr and Mrs John Folkers and family'' Waterloo and Mr and Mrs Charles Miller of Allison for a picnic. Mrs Edith Corderman,' Mrs Dutton's mother, Zephyr Hills, Fla. came home with the Dutto'ns for a couple week's visit. Janis Goetz and Betty Herzog left Monday for Clear Lake where they will attend the Baptist Senior Youth Camp for week. Mr and .Mrs Maynard Warnci and daughter of Rockford, 111 visited at the Lena and Harolc Warner homes Saturday ahc Sunday. Mr and Mrs Thomas Mitchel and children of Le Mars were at I "§IO NIGHT" AT 8:00 "ANYTHING GOES" AT 9:30 It's unfortunate that the symptoms of fatigue and of laziness are practically luehtical. Many a guy has the habit of saying, "Well, I'm going to tell you the truth. . ." Makes me wonder what he has been telling me. Niece St. Joe Folks Passes In Minnesota Si. Joe — Relatives from St.' Joe attending funeral sei*iees for Mrs Chester Savvyer, 47, Ellcn- dnle. Minn., at Ncwry. Minn. Monday wore Mr and Mrs John Thul. Mr and Mrs Herb Kayser, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas, Mrs Sylvester Wagner and Ric- Hnrd Thul. Mrs Chester Sawyer, the former Hilda Phillips', is survived by her husband, two sons, Thomas and James, three (.laughters, Kathleen, Marilyn and Suzanne, all at home, her mother, Mrs Kate Phillips of Owatonna, Minn., four sisters and three brothers. Mrs Sawyer was a niece of Mr and Mrs Fred Illg and Mr and Mrs John Thul of here. T & A Patients Alvin Bormann son of Mr and Mrs Lorenz Bormann, and Gregory McKeown, son of Mr and Mrs Tom McKeown, had their tonsils and adenoids removed at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Monday. New Arrival Mr and Mrs Leon Thome are parents of a son, born July 13 at St. Ann hospital. This makes four boys and two girls in the Thome family. Dick Kinsch and .Richard Sandoz from Camerillo, Cal. were visitors here the past week with relatives. Dick Kinsch is a nephew of Mr 'and Mrs Tony Weydert and Mr and Mrs Nicholas Wcydert. Mr and Mrs Harold Kinsch, Canton, scent the weekend here with relatives. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher left Thursday for Sterling, Colo, for a visit with a sister and her fam- ily ftnd from there to Monlebcllo, Cal. for a visit with his twin Brother, Father Blase. Rev. Louis Bbtmahtl, & visitor here from Metz, France, will be in charge of St. Joseph's parish during his absence. Mr ..and Mrs Adolo'ph Fuhrmann and daughter Margery from Gainesville, Texas, arrived here for a week's visit with relatives and friends and to attena the wedding of a nephew, Florian Faber, and Margaret Elenz Thursday. LOAr^S MADE FOR _ HOME MODERNIZATION rfS^N Improvements Like: A new roof or roof repairs Insulation Siding Painting and Decorating New, Heating Equipment Plumbing repairs or improvements Additional Rooms Screens or storm sash Garages Awnings We have a convenient plan' 1* finance home repairs. No co- makers required, no Hens filed against property. All loans made through Federal Housing Administration Under Title I. You deal with the contractor or material dealer of your choice. Secure Estimate And Stop In To See Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. ALGONA. IOWA 1-2-3-5 Year plans.. Also plans for payment suitable to farmers. (28-29) Major Surgery Performed On Ottosen Child Otiosen — Paul Donald, eight nonth old son of Mr and Mrs fcilph Jacobson, had abdominal urgery at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge Tuesday evening. He is making satisfactory recovery. Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxi- iary met Monday evening at ;he .home of Mrs Jacob Rug. Mrs Mike Coyle presided at the meeting. Annual reports were given by secretary, Mrs LeRoy Worby and treasurer, Mrs Conrad Johnson. The unit iias sold 25, 50-star flags. A gift was presented Mrs Richard Kinseth, who has been ill. There will be no August meeting. The unit will meet next with Mrs Conrad the Donald Usher home. Other Johnson, Sept. 12. Mrs Hattie Lundgrcn of Ft. Dodge was a Thursday guest at afteinoon guests in honor of Mrs Lundgren were Mrs Ed Nessen of' West Bend, Mrs Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate and Mrs Earl Olson; Mrs Lundgren is the former Hattie Lund and at one time lived near Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Virgil Thorson of Austin, Minn, spent several days with the Ed Benkendorfs. Wednesday e'vfnfig visitors at .the Ed Berifetriairffl.fere Jdl Worby and childrtft $ LuVerrH*. for and Mrs Ed Behfckwio'brf and family were 0uly 3 dinner bi Mr ad Mrs Harold Uistau Si LdVte'rrle 4 . TKcy ntteftd- <id cohfirma'titin seHHcfes rft the Luthqrarr church, $h<sre Daryl dnd Card Ristau, twfhs, fttfe confirmed. Mr and Mhi Bebri- fcendc-ri wfere baptismal sponsors fof DarjTi. f ri., - July 22 Orlie Workman Sat.. - July 23 Al Noyce 8t_Orch._ Tues., -Tuly 26— 8 to lt~~ Teen Special Skip & Flip j Hollywood Argyles Air* Liners Danny Valentino Carl Dobkins Jr. Jack Rockufeler 8t Records Parents Free • Teens Sl.SO DANCES LEGION BANCROFT Friday, July 22 TEEN HOP Music By THE SUADES 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Admission 75e Friday, July 29 FRANK JONAS Last Dance In Bancroft SEE IT NOW! WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL FAMILY OUTBOARD FOR I9601 i PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa Wednesday, July 20 | l"Come as you are nite"! — = Frank Buhr I SUNDAY, JULY 24 Clem Brau SUNDAY, JULY 31 Guy DeLeo SUNDAY, AUG. 7 Marv Reedstrom Mighty SUNDAY, AUG. 14 Don Hoy SUNDAY, AUG. 21 Henry Charles SUNDAY, AUG. 28 Guy DeLeo No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.i at 8:30 1115 ENDS TONITE (WED.) 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