The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1960
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Wanda Worsfer Is Honored At Otfosen Shower r Wanda a . at a pre-nuptial bridal shower Thursday evening at the «v«ff n * c i 1 , urch - Mrs Qeral d bhiflett of Humboldt registered the, guests as they arrived. .Mrs Fred Ratnpen announced the program, Marlys Kinne sang, acconipanied by Mrs Milford Zeman. Roslyn Holland 'gave several readings and Ruth Ann Clark . sang, accompanied by Mrs man. Susan Erdmann played a flute solo accompanied by Shirley Kissinger, Wanda was given a corsage of garden flowers by the hostess. es, as were her , mother, Mrs Laurel Worster and her grandmothers, Mrs Joe Honn of Bode and Mrs Ida Worster of Rolfe Mrs Elmer Bfaeve, mother of the prospective bridegroom and his grandmother, Mrs Katherine Naeve werq also given corsages Helping with the gifts were Cane Mae Haug, v Lois Surider- meyer, Phyllis Zeman, , Alona Kinne and Roslyn Rolland. The following hostesses served lunch, Mrs Kampen, Mrs Harley Knutson, Mrs Ronald Doerning, Mrs Donald Kinne, Mrs Kunt Oppedahl, Mrs Loren Daniel, Mrs Lester Wehrspann, Mrs Virgil Struthers, Mrs Olvin Haug, Mrs DeVere Newton, Mrs Carlisle Halsrud, Mrs Norman- Rolland of Bode, Mrs Dean Banwart of West Bend and Mrs Gerald Shiflett of Humboldt. Mrs Teny Jteftdl visited hef sister, Mrs Bertha Bilsborough Algona, Friday, A Jandl family picnic was Meld at Tuttle Lake Sunday, 4 , Mrs Geofge Sengbusch, darry and Darwin came last week for a few day's visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Tony Jaridl, and sister^ and brothers'. Mrs Clifford Young attended & style show at tne Plantation near Whittemore. Mrs Victor Pitch and Judy visited Mrs Dwight Ruse and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy Wednesday. . . . , . "Earth hath no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal". Portland Social Club Sets White Elephant Theme Portland a- The Four Corner Social-Club met Aug. 2 at the home of Mrs Donald Ringsdorf. Those present were" Mesdam'es, Herbert Nelson, Stanley Ruse, Rollo Moore, Herman Harms; Hazel Carroll Virgil Schrader, Flossie Bartlett, Victor Fitch and Miss Leoria Haase. Mrs Tracy Stone and Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf we're guests. , Club members decided to have a white elephant exchange for roll .call at'the next meeting which will be at the home of'Leona Haase. A lunch was.served by,the' hostess. , ' Pennies jMe^i* I '' ' J j '' i, i { j j |'' j' The Portland, Pennies' girls' 4-H held' their achievement^ da'y ' ; A ? ««» new county home economist, 'judged garments the girls jnade. Janice Larsen won tfirst place. Miss Larsen,will go on to the county contest. The girls served lunch. f Have Family Picnic ' ' ' •• ~ • ••• Mr and,Mrs Cliffotd Young'at- tended a family picnic at the Edward Kain home. About'thirty relatives attended. Those attending were the Edward Kains, Robert Kains, Richard Kains and Kelly, Bob Kains, Dana, Dale and Dawn, Fern Drones and Barbara, Joe Loebachs and family, Mrs Mary Kain, Louise' Reidels, Mrs Martha Drager and Eugene Drager. This was in honor 01 ,Mrs Jack Klaus and two children ,of Coyina, Cal., wno have been visiting at the home of Mrs Klaus' parents, the Edward'Kains and other relatives and friends. • Mr and Mrs Vernon Larsen, Tempe, Ariz., LeAnn and Linda were picnic guests at the Levant Moore home. Mrs Minnie Larsen of Titonka was also a guest. Mr and Mrs Larsen and girls were here about three weeks visiting relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs John K. Harms, Mr and' Mrs Loren Hansen and family and Mr and Mrs Rollo Moore and Brian were Sunday guests at the Herman Harms home in honor of Herman's birthday. Mr and Mrs A. L. Rasmussen ore grandparents again. A 7 Ib. 10 oz. baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs D. C. Hausrath of Iowa City Thursday morning. The little miss has been named Lisa. Joyce Kirsch, St. Joe, Weds Algona Man ,' SI. Joe — In a pretty wedding Aug. 3 in St. Joseph's church. Joyce Kirsch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Kirsch, became the bride of Richard Dornbier, son of Mrs Cecelia Dornbier, Algona. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher The bride, given in marriage by father was attired in a chapel- length g6wn with "brush train ot imported lace. Hef scalloped edged portrait neckline was set with irridescerit sequins and .tiny seed pearls. The fitted bodice with long full lace sleeves emphasized the full skirt made entirely of row upon row of scalloped edged lace. The fingertip veil of silk illusion ; hrid in place by a Juliet cap, of iace embroidered with pearls and she carried a shower bouquet of red roses. Sally Dornbier, Wesley, was bridesmaid and Marlin Kirsch of Whittemore Attended the groom. Following the ceremony, a dinner and reception was' held at the Plantation Ballroom 'at Whittemore. Following a short jved- ding trip the couple will be at home at Algona. ' Off To Convention j ! \ ;\ I \ 'i . Mr and Mrs Joe, Sinnwell and' son Mike left on^ FflidaJ for ffrw dianapolis, Ind. 1 'to 1 attenfl ' '"the National Mail Carriers Qonven- tion starting Aug. 9. ! Eriroutd they t will .visit with/ relatives and friends in Waterloo and Chicago Back & Mr \ COMING TO THE ALGONA THEATRE SUNDAY Richard Burton and Carolyn Jones are depitled in a dramatic scene from "Ice Palace," Warner Bros.' filmization of Edna Ferber's exciting novel of Alaska which comes Sunday to the Algona Theatre. Robert Ryan, Martha Hyer and Jim Backus co-star in the Technicolor saga of the coming-of-age of this last great frontier as the d-Urn dfnfo - *"..-. state. his visit here Thursday when he left for Metz, France. Rev. William Devine from Le- Mars is spending a short vacation here with his parents, Mr and Mrs William B. Devine Sr. LuVerne Site Of Henderson ! eunion i .LuVernei — The Henderson family reunion was held Sunday at the farm home of: Mr'and Mrs Ervin Barton with 53 .attending Present were the Howard' Hendersons, Clear Lake, 'Ernest Olsons, , Columbus, Neb., Olaf Olsons Bode, Charles j Sorensens, Algona, George Jefffers, 'Racine, Wise., Sara Olson,'Omaha, Neb., James Henns, Barnum, Billy Baijtpns, .Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Penii^ Wagner, \Mrs Kate Wagner, West Bend, Earl Bartons, £fveriji0re, , Donald Kruses, Ed ward Hofs, Phfl C. Henderson's and Laverne Jefiers, LuVerne • ) I i I i I r :. To Wed Friday ,\ - • / Donald Larson, son .of'Mr and ra Mr anaiMi-L _ „„ on Thursday for a trip through Mrs John Thul entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and Mrs Sylvester Wagner as guesrs. Mrs William B. Devine received high prize, Margaret Reidmiller second high and Mrs Sylvester Wagner received 'low prize. Rev. Louis Bormann concluded iVesne and hter of | Garner eneman —jide ifuu Mrs- Yi'ctoV, Hitehei., Sand* {he, Mat^ Victor 1 T __ Iwilljbe unitdd in mWilgd at 2:30 !_1_ Tn • ^ . " * 1 I- _ . ' ,\ S n flip Peace JMibr. They . ... ------- _. 'the Loyd Larson, farm southwest . of ' L\i.- first grade in the Livermore school. Brothers In Hospital Mrs Charles Hinz and son 'Lester visited Sunday with Charles Hihz, patient, at Veterans hospital, Des Moines. < His condition remains the same. They report that his brother Fred Hinz who lives at the Veterans Home In Marshalltown is. now a patient at .hospital in Des Moines, where he underwent surgery on his.eye to remove a cataract. ' Welcome New Son Mr and Mrs Edwin Edge, Humboldt are the parents of a ten pound, 2 ounce Son, Mark Ernest, borrt Aug.' 1 in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. They have a daughter, Dana 4 and son, David 2. Mrs Edge,' former Blythe Lar'son, is the- daughter of Mr and Mrs Loyd Larson of Lu Verne. Mr and Mrs John Voss Jr., Le Ota Ann, her friend, Martha Schaper of Britt, were in Boone Sunday to attend the dedication of the new addition to the Eastern Star Home. Guests in the John Voss, Jr.. home Wednesday afternoon and evening to help John celebrate his birthday were his parents Mr and Mrs John Voss, Sr.', Algona. Also his sons the Delmer Voss, Eagle Grove and. Keith Voss. Lu Verne and Lawrence Murray. Fort Dodge brother 'of 'Mrs Voss, Jr. ,. ; • ,.!.,. Guests in the parental Albert Wilhelm home Saturday evening and Sunday were the Dennis Wilhelms. Belmond.Lewellyn Hip- pens, Hardy, Mr'and Mrs Richard Larson, 'Mrs Roger, Day Sharon Wilhelm, Humboldt,' Mr and Mrs Keith Wilhelm, Mrs Peter- Johnson, Iowa' City and the Milton 'Wilhelms, LuVerne Mr and Mrs Bobby Candle ana' children, Kristine Wier, Ellsworth, Diana Sanford, Badger, brought her mother Mrs Jessie Sanford home Sunday after a week's visit there. They were all dinner guests in the James Traugor farm horrie, Mr and Mrs Allmon Hovick family of Badger visited her brother the Wayne Sanfords Sunday afternoon and her mother Mrs Jessie Sanford in the evening. Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett and Johnny returned from their cottage on Lake McKewon, near Hackensack, Minn., late Monday. Mr and Mrs Gordon Nelson and family of Phoenix, Ariz., were recent visitors in the Ervin Barton home. Mrs Nelson former Mabel Nygaard is the daughter of Mrs Lizzie Nygaard, Livermore. Dan and Rhoda Wehrspann ol Aurelia are on vacation this week with their grandmother Mrs Lillie O. Hesse. Mrs Blanche Shoemaker ol Denver, Colo, visited the past week with her sister, Mr and •Mrs Albert Geririch. Donald Thompson of Des Moines and a state highway patrolman called in the Albert A. Schipull home Sunday. Mrs Karen Baer and children were Sunday visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Leo Becker family at Humboldt. The occasion was to celebrate the birthday ol Mr Becker. Albert Genrich visited at the Good Samaritan Home at Algona Monday.. He called on Mr and Mrs Julius Knopf, both 81, and Mrs Lena Stauffacher, 84, Fred Tiecle 88, and his former neighbor C. C. Scharlack 92, all former residents of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs William ffloetsch and Sheryl Ann visited Monday evening with his brother Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch in Algona. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs Carl Goetsch. Fred Goetsch took Eric Gramenz to Des Moines Thursday for a check-up at the Veteran's hos- pttfll. Mr and Mrs George Wolf of Algona were Sunday guests In the Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull home. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Renix Wilson ot Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Laverne Jeffers are ori vacation visiting their son George in Racine, Wis. M^- and Mrs Nelson, Karen ana Jon returned from their vacation trip to Wise., and with their daughter Sonja employed there. Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker and Mickey visited their- friends Mr and Mrs L. E. Mclntlre in Armstrong Sunday. Marcia Stripling and Sally Prior visited over Sunday in Spencer with Sanara Stripling. Guests Sunday in the Curtis Morgan home were Mrs Esther Biskey, Mrs Esther Hess of Webster City, Mrs Rose Kreamer of Iowa Falls and Mr and Mrs Kenneth ^Kreamer of Kenosha, Wise. Mrs James Neville and Diane of Ames visited Saturday and Sunday in the parental A. W. Dimler home. Otto Wille Entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Tuesday for medical treatment. Mrs Wilma Tiede, Fairmont, Minn., visited Tuesday and Wednesday with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Howard Wille, John,,,James and Joyce of Rock Island, 111., are on vacation for two weeks with their parents Mr and Mrs Otto Wille, LuVerne .and Mrs Helen Studer Corwith. Mrs Edgar Stotelmyer of Tama visited Thursday with the Allen Blake family. She came to take Mrs Blake, Richard, Suzie and Robert home with her for a few 'day's vacation. Mr and Mrs Wilder Rockwood went Tuesday to Park -Rapids, Minn., where they attended the funeral of her. .great .uncle;'Ed Gray, Wednesday. ' BETTER PRINTING for less — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Senior Citizens Inquire Now ! Age 60 to Age 100 Send me information 'without obligation about your new hospital andv/ surgical plan, guaranteed renewable for 'life, for .men and women' 60 years and over. . . , . Name Address ; Town .._ PHONE.CY 4-4529 2 East State St., Algona Representing WOODMAN ACCIDENT ANDLjrt COMPANY 1 A. J. (Arnie) RICKLEFS ENDS TONITE (WED.) "I PASSED FOR WHITE" SONYA WILDE i Tuesday, Aug. 9, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper D«« MolnW-3 •WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mr and Mrs W. '». Smith spent five dnys last week in. Davenport with their son, Ralph and family, On the previous wee(c they had gone to Belgrade, Minn., to visit a daughter, Mrs Herbert Wallace and family. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus ana Rickie spent July 31 at Okoboji with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Ketchen. Mrs Mary Flom, Anna and Ethel took their li'ouseguest, Melda Egland of Vancouver, Wash., to Houston, Minn. July 29 and spent three days with the later's mother, Mrs Inga Egland, and sister Renelia Egland. The Dwight Bruns family left July 31 for Ten Mile Lake, Minn, for a two week vacation. Mrs Paul Erdman went to Decorah Aug. 6 to spend several days with their son Lowell and family. Swimming Meet Algona's swimming pool will host the Kossuth County Swimming Meet tonight (Tuesday)) at 7:30 p.m. Anyone from the county is eligible to enter the various swimming and diving events. MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. "Hercules Unchained" and "Circus Stars". Wednesday - Saturday — 'Hercules Unchained" •— 7:00-9:55. "Circus Stars" — 5:45. "Ice Palace". Sunday — 1:15-3:55-6:35-9:20. Monda'y thru Wednesday — 7:00 and 9:40. ALGONA Attention Kiddies!' "BACK TO SCHOOL" FREE SHOW! FRIDAY MAT. AT 1 & 3 "THE TOY TIGER" PLUS 4 COLOR CARTOONS HAVE MOM OR DAD GET YOUR FREE TICKET FROM SPONSORING MERCHANTS WITH THE "BACK TO SCHOOL" SIGN IN THEIR WINDOW! ENDS "TALL STORY" Plus 'GUNS OF THE TIMBERLAND" THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY ' ; THE "TOPS" FOR YOUNG FUN ! THRU WED. Continuous < SUNDAY ' From 1 P.M. J?aw-Personal Emotions,Whipped Into Savaqe Madness.... t ;; Surrounded By Treacherous i,*. •• 'Alaskan. " - ,^. .' . - : ', Beautv! v PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa SUNDAY, AUG. 14 Don Hoy SUNDAY, AUG. 21 Henry Charles SUNDAY, AUG. 28 Guy DeLeo No Advance Booth Reservation; Poors Ope.i at 8:30 BY THE AUTHOR OF 'WANT 1 ! EDNA FERBER'S Tiiurs. - Fri. - Sat. ALGONA MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. f ! TheRoarim] Story of thcTaminq of Alaska! SttWwuj RICHARD 5URTON MARTHA HYER ROBERT RYAN CAROLYN JONES JIM BACKUS ;THE GREATEST! IT'S ALL ABOUT A CUTE TEEN , AND HE'R FABULOUS SUMMER WITH THE SURFBOARDERS AT THEY\ '^^^ "V " MAL'IBU BEACH. .«» MW UROCHE • * MORROW »% FOUR PREF& -* CINEMASCOPE EASTMAN COLOR V Plus Second Laugh - Riot Hit ! STEVE REEVES .HERCULES Plus 2nd New Feature Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! International Circus Sensation! ' "HERCULES UNCHAINED 11 HAS BEEN DOING SUCH TREMENDOUS BUSINESS OVER THE COUNTRY, THAT WE'RE MOVING IT TO THE ... DRIVE-IN THEATRE WITH THE CO-HIT "THE GIFT OF LOVE" Starring — Lauren Bacall — Robert Stack SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY IN COLOR IT'S A JOY-RIDE | UETRO-GOLDWYN-MAYERtaMi Glenn Fon4 Debbie Reynolds. IT STARTED WITH A loss GUSTAVO ROJO- EVA GABOR- FRED CLARK u, cm.mascop, md MUROCOIOR PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS ! THIS THURSDAY is. '//> Yes $ir... Yam CAR AND /III ITS OCCUPANTS WILL B£ ADMIfTED FOR ' (A DOLLAR TO YOU) // FR.IDAY NIGHT IS SNO-KONE NIGHT

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