The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1960 · Page 2
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(»o.) Uppef Pet Moiiw Tuesday, July 26, I960 Margaret flenz Wed July St. Joe Church SI. Jfoe <— In a pretty wedding ceremony in St. Joseph's Catholic church July 14, Margaret Elcnz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Elenz ot Alta Vista. became the bride of Florian Fa- bcr, son of Mrs Anna Faber, in a double ring ceremony. Rev. Leo Schumacher preformed the •ceremony and the young people's choir sang with Judy Wagner as organist. Virgil Wagner and Kenneth Thilges were acolytes. Katherine Elenz was maid of honor with Judy Salz as bridesmaid. Leo Elenz and Donald Wagneo- were ushers. A dinner and reception were held at the Plantation. Following a 2 week, trip through southern and western states they are at home on a farm west of St. Joe Family Of 10 Mr and Mrs Maurice Reding are parents of a daughter born July 17 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. The Redings now have seven girls and three boys. Mr and Mrs Frank Bormann are maternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs John B. Reding arc paternal grandparents. MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. "Have Rocket Will Travel", and "Legend Of Tom Dooley". Thursday - Friday - Saturday. "Have Rocket Will Travel", 7:00 and 9:45. "Legend Of -TqirTDoo- iey", 8:26. "SOUTH PACIFIC". Sunday 2:25-5:20-8:10, Monday thru Wednesday. Mat, 2:10-Eve 8:10. Starting Sunday at the Algous theatre. "SOUTH PACIFIC" Staning Mitzi Gaynor, Rossano Brazzi. Is Hospitalized George Wagner entered St. Ann hospital Tuesday, for medical aid. Have First Child Mr and Mrs Dqnhis P. Hilbert of Fort Dodge are parents of their first child, a daughter born July 17 in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Uodge. Mr, anc? Mrs John Hilbert are paternal grandparents. Parents Of Daughter Mr and Mrs Ralph Bormann are parents of a daughter born July 18 at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. The Bor- manns also have two sons. Dwight an'd Timmy. Mr and Mrs 'Nick Bormann of here are paternal grandparents. Ends cnus "Rainfree County" PI US "THIS HAPPY FEELING" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY • CLOWNS \n QI.Garb--HOUYWOOD SM£/ LAFF-eiLL£D HITS / OH ONE BtG- PROGRAM ! Hit No. 1 Operation Uplift! "TONY CURTIS -JANET LEIGH flit No. 2 Explosive Laugh Fest! of the book that shook the nation with laughter •i- Hit No. 3 That Lovable laugh-Maker Of "No Time For Sergeants" ! — 2 -Color 'Cartoons' T-l 19 <* -.•••••••••••• THIS THURSDAY is. UCKNITI! j Yes e jir • • . YOURCAK AND ALS, ITS OCCUPANTS WILL ae ONE BUCK (A DO LI AH rtJ YD LI ) HfWAY -W*,f?HiY T«._Sur Patron* By Jii Thrw Th» Courte.y Of Rqdio Statipn KLGA I^Ir and Mrs Bob Schaub and daughters from Chicago were weekend visitors here in the home of Mr >»nd Mrs Adam Berte and family and also attended the Fuhrmann family reunion at the home of Mrs Adeline Wagner and family. Mr and Mrs Casper Kayser Waseca. Minn., vvt-re visitors here Tuesday and Wednesday. Sister Anne Marie and Sistei Mary Marita fron; Mt. Loretto Convent, Dubuquc, and Sister Mf^ry Ellen from St. Cecelia's, Algona, were wet-Kend visitors here in the homes of Mr and Mrs Clarence Bormai-.n, Mr and Mrs Harold Bormann and Mr and Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas. Mrs Joe Sinnwell entertained her 500 club on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Anna Wabba and Elizabeth Berte as guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Tony Becker, Mrs E. J. Gales and Mrs A1- phonsc Berte. Mrs • Wilfred Koiilhaas and daughter Mary Beth accompanied by Mrs Lorenz Gisch and John isch of Algona and Mrs LiiKe Hamilton and daughter Alice or Bancroft, spent Thursday and Friday at Winfrid, S.D. visiting Mr and Mrs Andy Biegger and :amily. Doris Ann Kohlhaas accompan- ed Mary Ann Bradley ' and Sharon Schneider of Algona to Hear Lake where they were ;uests in. the lake cottage of Mr and Mrs Cecil Williams several days. Carol Erpelding, daughter of VIr and Mrs Francis Erpelding, n nurse's training at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, is spending the weekend here with home folks. Rao-hut, Jr. ' G. H. McMullen was the tvirt- ner of the door prize, and asked that his winnings be placed iti the Lion's Eye Ba.*sK Fund. The- members enjoyed some very interesting slides shown by Fred Hilton of a fishing trip into Canada. The 6:30 dinner was prepared and served by Luella Schenck, Mrs Nels Nelson, Ella Sigsbee and Maureen Vogel. Underwent Surgery Mrs John Kissner returned home from a Mason City hospital Thursday. Mrs" Kissner underwent major surgery. Ex-Teacher 111 Friends here have been sorry to hear of the serious illness of Mrs Margaret Hansen, which has seriously affected her eye sight Mrs Hanson was English and speech teacher in the local high school two years ago. She is currently at her home in Oelwien. where they are trying their luck at cat fishing. Mr and Mrs A. G. Valentine accompanied Mr and Mrs P.'Hudson of Algona to Omaha, 'Neb. where they spent the weekend ^t the George Volentine home. Burt Elevator To Hold Annual ing Friday Burt — The annual stockholder's meeting of the Burt Cooperative Elevator will be held at 8 p.m. July 29 in the Legion hall. There will be election of directors. Don Edison of the Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa will be featured speaker. Refreshments will be served. Install 2 Membt-is Lion Luther Miller, education chairman, formally installed Fred Hilton and Harlan Lacy into the Lions Club. A report on l£ie c,lub's project at the recent carnival was given by Herman Pastor Arthur Schultz and James Woltz left Thursday for SI. Louis, Mo., where they will spend several days attending the National Conference fo ( r Lutheran Sunday School Teachers. Rev. and Mrs Fred Samek ane- Cheryl Ann were honored,guests at a welcome back party held at the Methodist chi.--c:i Monday evening. Mrs Cliff Holding acted as mistress of Ceremonies. Members of the VFW Auxiliary met Tuesday evening. It was voted to hold the next sewing meeting at the home of Ella Lnmpe August, 2. All members are urged to be present at the August meeting. " Attending Presbyterian Bible Camp at Lake Okoboji this past week were Roger and Charles Bullock, Clinton Patterson, anci Robert Ortman. Mr and Mrs M. I. Marness, Cal.. former Burt residents, visited Tuesday at the home of Ameliii Polhemus and other Burt friends. Mrs Larry Holding accompanied the Kossuth County Woman's Chorus to Ames on Wednesday where th'ey entered the State Contest. Pfc. James "McMullen arrived at the home of his parents, the G. H. McMullens Sunday. Pfc. McMullen, who is stationed at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, is recuperating from surgery he underwent July 6. He will report back- to his base at the end of 30 days. The annual Eastern Star Family picnic was 'held on Sunday at Crystal Lake, Luther Fairbanks Sr., Charles Scott, Axel Carlson. Marion Chi-prnan- and Nels Nelson/y.ajy soending a few days along the St. Croix River in Minnesota Miss Kienitz Honored With Shower, Lakota Lakola — •• A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Dolores Kienit/r. was held in the Presby-' terian church Monday evening Tin: following .program was given: devotions, Ella Buckcls: residing. Arlene Kockler; a re- sumo of her life by Edna Paulson and a duet by Carmen Cook and Carolyn Ley, accompanied by Judy Jutting. Dolores was assisted in opening IUT gifts by 'Mrs Carlyle Gerzema and Doris Kuchenreuther. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs Carl Gerzema. Audrey Ruby, Mrs H. H. Murray, Mrs A. C. Schissel, Mrs Thomas Thompson, Mrs Earl Paulson, Mrs C. W. Buckels, Mrs Herman Jutting, Mrs Pearl Smith, Mrs Ray Hcrtzke, Mi-s David Boekel- nian. Mrs Robert Hamilton, Mrs A. E. Anderson, Mrs Margaret Stonebrakcr, Mrs Paul Kockler and Mrs J. E. Ukena. union at the Fred Plooger home, Ledya'rd, Sunday. to Wed Aug. 21 Mr and Mrs William Kienita announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Delorcs Mae, to Dean Rucnanrcuther, son of Mr and Mrs Lynn Kuch- enreuther, Titonka. The couple will be married nug 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian church. Lakota. Miss Hippen Honored Donna Hippen was honored with a personal shower at the home of Cynthia Thompson Tuesday evening. Guests were Donna Hert/.kc, Mrs Ilona Boekelman, Velma Meyer, Marcelyn Erdahl, Marleno Sachs and Jerine Meyering of Woden. Surprise Party France* Schrocder was pleasantly surprised Tuesday afternoon when friends and relatives came to the D and H Grill where she is employed with a cake and gifts in observance of her birthday. Present were Mesdames William, George, Fred and Melvin Schroeder, Mrs Al Scott of Cedar Rapids, Mrs John Cook Mrs Thomas Thompson, Mrs Srvin Schwarz, Mrs Harold Kop)en and Mrs Henry Boettcher. Shower Planned The friends of Helen Mammenga arc honoring her with an open house and miscellaneous shower July 29 nt 7:30 p.m. in the Presbyterian church. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS! BEST SCREEN PLAY Simone Signore "BEST ACTRESS" 1960 "ONE OF THE YEAR'S MOST HONEST, I AFFECTING AND FINEST DRAMAS." "EXTBAORDIMARILY ADUtTI" v ~. A fitter tf/ilgtil. Stlurdty Atvitw -ASTONISHING FRANKHESS1... AS THOUGH THE fe CAM€RA WEKE AIMED THROW6H A K^HOLEI'' • >i»*- •-*• *«*<«** _ ^ ROOM W THE Tdr Staffing UURENCC HARVEY • HEATHER SEARS • SIMONE SIQNORET - PLUS SECOND fiXCIUNG HIT - EXROSiGM FEMALE JUNGLE - - WHERE GIRLS IKANT THE B£SI,OF EVERYTHING .AND OFTEN SETTLE FOR A LOT LESS! i* •THE BEST oF EVERYTHING' HOPEIANGE STEPHEN BOKD SIT2Y PARKER I mi en mmm[ , «T« LOUIS IOURQAH Sandra Boehm Guests at a birthday party honoring Sandra Boehm on her 8th birthday were Becky Berg. Carol Flagstad, Arlys Wirtjes. Becky Beemer, Fayc Dornbush, Gloria and Barbara Radamaker. Verline Boehm, Nancy Sheldahl, Kathy Kruse and Gloria Geilenfeldt. Attend Reunions Lakolans attending the Koppcn family reunion at the fairgrounds in Algona Sunday were the Ray and Arnold Becker families Herb Julius family, Irvin Kop- •pon family. LeRoy Koppen family, the Paul Koppcn family anc Otto Koppen. Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby and Audrey, the Robert Ruby family attended the Ploeger family re f fide devjdtlems wefe led by Ro-_ berta Addy. Derald Goetz gave the topic |or the evening. Mrs Ear.1 Paulson and Marcia Mrs Don Boyd and Mrs Marian Kruse and Kathy left Sunday to attend the Leadership Training School held at Coe College, Cedar Rapids. i Cpl. Jarnes Bruer left Thursday to return to th« Air Force Base at Indian Springs, Nevada. He spent a 30-day leave at the parental Pete Bruer home. Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell left Tuesday tor ft' two week vacation in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs Ralph Haag of St. Louis Park, Minn, are parents of a baby girl born July 14. .They also have two boys. Mrs Haag is the former Elaine Koppen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Koppen of L'akota. Guests at the Michael Christ, Jr. home for a birthday party honoring P? .Chrfst- atvd his dnughtejt;, noon were .aflr 'surd Mrs O. Kooos and Lintla Butt of City, Mr^ftfl iMrs »!ich«el Ch|tei Sr., Mr and Mrs Albert jSlepoj- and -*he Arvid Christ family cf ScarvHie, •The >l#'th«rftn iBrotberhoo^ •held its irte^U.ng "Wednesday evetving. JJftsts f«ir -the eveViing were Alvln BqettonSr find Walter Christ. &iae <tqpic ^was givtn by Rev. Circle Meetings The Esther circle of the Presbyterian church met' Thursday at the home of Mrs William Wirtjes with Mrs Alvin Rippentrop as co-hostess. Devotions were given by Mrs Ray Winter and the lesson by Mrs Harlan Kruse. The Mary circle met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Herman Jutting with jjelores Kienitz as co-hostess. Mrs Pearl Smith gave devotions and Mrs Harlan Kruse gave the lesson. Have Hay Ride The Luther League of St Paul's Lutheran church enjoyed a hayride Friday evening at the home of Wallace Christ. Following the hayride, lunch was served by Roberta Addy, Derald Goetz and Wallace Christ. Prior to the Ends Tonite (Wed.) Bing Crosby "Anything Goes' Plus "The Big Night" MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT ADMISSION 90c THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY IN THEIR FIRST FULL-LENGTH FEATURE FILMIII u ^ ROCKET, WiLL TRAVEL .j v v.li^ .^ ; JERO<€C.»AX.AH(«AL1SA-B Second Exciting Feature THE|EGEND MICHAEL LANDON • JO MORROW- JACK HOGAN SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY All the romance... songs...and spectacle, of the world's wonderful entertainment! < * MBS & HAlHtkSiBN i frl., - July 29 Midwest Sat., July 30 - SunTlI Jules Herman And HM| Orchentra Sat. & Sun.7 July 30-31 Miss Iowa Talent Show Tun., - Aug. 2 - I to H The Tornado.1 Rocku f hur§^ . Augr<f Ray McKinley , And The >Morld Funoui Glenn Miller Orch. 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You can take it with you from room to room as needed. 3 Speeds — FAST-MEDIUM-SLOW, Fast >peed for moving lots of air quickly, medium speed for day ime use, and slow speed for night time sleeping when you want to move the air gently and quietly. We have many other model fans to choose from in other, makes like G. E. Maybe you want an oscillating fan or a desk model, or wal mounted, or table model fan. Whatever you wont - WE HAVE IT. 4-H Boys and Girls Show Halters $6 50 •*W- un MP (These Will Help You Win The Prizes) We Have A Complete Stock Of Home. CANNING & FREEZING SUPPLIES MOM! Do You Have A Stone Jar For Pickles? 1 Gallon Stone Jar 69c 2 Gallon Slone Jar ______ $1.39 3 Gallon Stone Jar $2.00 4 .Gallon Stone Jar _„__, ._ $2.75 5 Gallon Stone Jar ____ T $3.29 ALL SIZES IN STOCK ICE CHEST jinsulation discovery. Made of expanded Styrene. It's sturdy but weighs less than 2 Ibs. It makes » perfect nuuliet basket for froitn foods, Ideal for camping, fishing, picnics, swim and barbeque parties. Large 6 gallon site, keep! ice or me«ts «- tw* proof ! J ft CULLED H Ann WARP ffl•! If.;.II Jl it im

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