The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1960 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 16, 1960
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Uppor DM MolnM Tu»»day, Aug. 16, I960 ^Mr. Alfred O'Keefe and his daughter,; Mrs Norman Walters of Pine ! River, Minn., and Mrs Arlefie Bunting of Lakota attended the O'Keefe family reunion a Swca City Sunday. Sunday the Raymond Hertzke family, Maynard Hertzke family Mrs Laura Wirtjes of Winnebago the Harold Koppcns were Mr and Wallace Peterson family of Mrs Leslie Lowery of Sioux City. Canada, Minn., attended the Sunday, the Koppen family and Scott family reunion at West the Lbwerys attended the Lowery family reunfon al Blue Earth. Five Reunions In Lakota Area Lakota —' Weekend guests at Bend Mr and Mrs Don Boyd attend- IOWA NT AT 13 Safe Confidential — Friendly ALGONA, IOWA SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! jstocking) .August through 1 September 3 Buy your sheer sheer Berkshlres by the dozens' now— during Berkshire's sensational once-a-, year sale. You can buy seamless and full-fashioned Berkshircs with the famous NYLOC* Run-Barrier. NYLOC stops runs starting at top or toe from entering the sheer leg area — or you get a new pair free, Jbat's guaranteed! ' /4s advertised in LIFE Get your Berkshires now at these money-saving prices! REG. 1.35 ... NOW 1.09 ... 3 paira 3.19 REG. 1.50.,. NOW 1,19,,. 3 pairs 3.49 REG. 1,65 ... NOW 1.29 ... 3 pairs 3.79 ed a «unten of the member* 01 the Town fiand of Boxholm 61 Boxholm, Sunday. Ail were members of that band at least IS years ago., they secured enough instruments so that alt could play a concert. Mrs Dena Boekelmari and Hen* rietta of Algona were Friday evening dinner guests at the Russell Winter home. Sunday the Winters attended the Sleper fam ily reunion at Buffalo Center. Show A Success Members of the Lakota Garden Club were well'pleased with the turnout for the second annual Flower Show held Aug. 9. Seventy-three exhibitors had 229 entries in the 86 classes, which was an increase over last year. Vera and Viola Huettner, with an equal number of blue ribbon awards, were the grand sweepstake winners in the horlicul fural division. Mrs Raymond Hertzke was the grand sweeoslakej winner in the artistic division The tri-color ribbon went to Mrs W. C. Vodraska, with a traditional bouquet, Stanley Vod raska won the award of distinc- ion with an arrangement for Good Friday. An award of merit was given in each section oi the lorticultural division. Mrs Raymond Hertzke welcomed the visitors and introduced the speakers,-Mrs Alfred Hansen of Goldfield • and Mrs Earl Postma of Ackley. They gave comments on the entries. COMING fO THE ALGONA TttfiAfftg SUNDAY " Attending the Kossuth County Auxiliary meeting at Ledyard Tuesday afternoon from Lakota were Mrs Stanley Stecker, Mrs Robert Thompson, Mrs Paul Kollasch, Mrs Jerry Heetland and Mrs Emma omlth. Judy Jutting and / , Jeffery Blome celebrated their 13th birthdays Sunday with a picnic at Bass Lake. Helping them were the Herman Juttings, the Lynn Gordons and three daughters 'of Carpenter, Mr and Mrs John Furst, Mike Buckels, Marsha Krominga and Pat Jutting'of Buffalo Center. ' Dr. and Mrs I. G. Groff visited his father, Dr. and Mrs C. I. Groff at Milwaukee from Friday until Sunday Enroute home they stopped at Mason City to meet their son, Clifford. The Junior Garden Club of Lakota will go on tour of Union Slough Aug. 23. Harold Burgess, conservation officer, will conduct the tour. Timothy Aukes, 12-week old son of the Kenneth Aukes underwent surgery for hernia at the Blue Earth hospital Friday. They returned home Friday evening and he is doing nicely. Mrs Frauke Schadendorf visited from Monday until Wednesday at the Junior Hurlburt home in Lone Rock and helped Junior celebrate a birthday. Mr and Mrs Ervin Weaver were pleasantly surprised last Friday when several families gathered at their home in observance of their wedding anniversary. The evening was spent playing 500 and the self - invited guests brought and served a nice lunch. Sunday evening guests at the Lauren Thompson home honoring Janice on a birthday were Norman Bruns family of Titonka, the Everett Thomnsons of Ledyard. Monday evening, the Howard Thomnsons were callers and Beth Johnson was an overnight finest. EUna Eden <&i&!dn$ Story Ot Portland Blue fiafth and Afternoon guests Svete Mr aftd Mrs Lawrence Pfesthus 1 . Jmd Nancy'and" Mf and'Mfs Mlvfft Marlow artd family LdftevRdcK Mr and Mfs filMer" .philips of Sexton %er£ -Suh'day 1 . tev^hlffij visitors. •"'"•'* ' ! i Dotratd Elmers of Minneapolis eamfe to 5 spend the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Emil Kimers, .Larry and Dan Elmers ..came ftwn Greene to spend the week Ihelr grandparents, Mr and Mrs Emil Elmers. Masse, nurse at Iowa ©rty, fame up to spend thfe week- with relatives Sn and around A picnic dinner was held •at the Wendell Christensen home Those attending were llasse, Emil 'Hasse, Alvina, attd Albert -and five little wttws and nephews of Mrs Chris- fieverly, jScott, Paul and Holly Clausen of Fort By Mr*. Victor R»dh Ex-lrvingfon Men Separated Irvinglon — Ira Hudson of Flint, Mich., and James Hudson of Fillmoru, Calif, are now visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson at Fenton. The Hudsons lived here foi; many years. On Tuesday Ira and James called on old friends here. They stated it had been 20 years since they had been together. They plan to visit a brother Fred in Omaha this weekend. Mr and Mrs Herman Becker. Juan and Ronald left Monday for a vacation in the west. They will visit their son Dick and family at Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mr and Mrs John Weber just returned from a vacation spent at Bemidji, Minn. Their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs D. Stephens :md son, were at the Weber home during their absence. Pat and Mike Frankl are enjoying a trip in western states stopping at Black Hills and Yellowstone Park and places ol interest in Wyoming. Mrs Myrtle Hunt of Def Moines is visiting at Chas Reaper home. Claude Fowler left Tuesday for Pine River, Minn, to spend a month with his urother Emmet and family there. Herb Rosenau is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Wade Ball at Wheeling, Mo. this week. Mr and Mrs Milford Plathe and family left last Sunday for a vacation in Montana and other western states. Mr and Mrs Homer Bristow moved to a farm house on Loss Bros, farm near Hobarton. RETIREMENT Mrs. Bess Birk Petersen, Exira, retired recently aftr 36 years as assistant postmaster. Dixie Lee Harms, i ter of Mr and Mrs Jdjantey II, Harms, was baptized Aag, 'T at Good-Hope Lutheran church, tonka. The baby's, sponsors .were Mr and Mrs Alfred Redcnius, Hurt. ' , , William Anderson -of -Sioux Falls,. S.D., ;.was an .pyeirnight, guest at the Levant Moore home. Mr and Mrs Melvin Haase and girls, Leona Haase, Mr and Mrs Chris Haase and Bernice Haase, were Sunday guests in the Emil Haack home near'Lone Rock in rionor of Mrs Haack's birthday. The Martin Steckers of Titqnlca were Monday evening visitors;, at the Johnny Harms home. ,f'f. Mr and Mrs Stanley Black received word from their da'ughiter and son-in-law, Mr arid' Mrs Terry St. John of Carroll, saying .hey were the parents of a baby soy, born early Friday morrii The little fellow weighed^? 1! 4 oz: Mr and Mrs Black plaajto Sunday for a visit and Mrs Black will remain for a while-to lelp with the new baby. Sunday dinner guests at the W. Marlow home were Mr and Mrs William Gifford, of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Paul Olson, of Mr and Mrs Rolarid Chrlsten- and family of Minneapolis to spend the weekend at Billy Christcnscn home and relatives heie. ' i and Mrs Billy Christensen little daughter, Mr and Mrs Christenstn and family. T- Mrs Harry Christensen and Wiiync \verfe all Sunday dinner guests nt the Roger Smidt home «a«t of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks and Jim attended a Sparks' family picnic at 'Call park, Algona. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks called at .the Ruth Sparks home Thursday, evening, and heloed her celebrate her 73th birthday. Stuart Goldman -scent several •days, at the Howard 'Sparks home last week. ...... "If Sioux is . Soo and Wioux is Woo, I say to yioux that dew is dioux". ' Seneca Stars, s'i . TKS • jSeheca' Slat 8 ^Mielub and their,,parents .enjoyed a Jjienfc ^iBftef ati' FW* ment, Suh'day; families c . included Mr afld Mrs'. Elmer nisch, Cflrdl artd Donald! Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen und daughters: Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and children; Mr and Mrs Earl Crouch and family; ,Mrs Lyle England and family; Crafg Jensen;, ,Mr and Mrs Andrew "atefanski and children; and Mrs Ervin Votteler and children. \ Following the picnic the club girls held a brief business meeting. Jill Jenseh tamed on proper accessories, Bonnie Crouch talked on the importance of pressing and Carol Hannisch discussed problem fabrics. Mrs Melvin Kern of Algona and Mrs Perry Lowman of Sexton were Thursday callers at the Everett Witham home.' Mr and Mrs Dick Looft of Des Moines .wore weekend guests at the parental: Henry Looft home. Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona joined them Sunday. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY If; you want it to be a short summer, just sign..a, 90-day note MATINEES DAILY AT 2:00 P.M. <•. , "Tafzan The Magnificent", and 'Face Of Fire", Thursday'-Friday,- Satur'day. "Tarzan The Magnificent" 7:00-10:00, "Face Of Fire", 8:35 Sunday, "The Story Of Ruth", 1:30-4:10-6:55-9:25.- Monday and Tuesday, "The Story Of Ruth", 7:00-9:30. MATINEES DAILY AT i P.IW. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY - 2 NEW FEATURES -, ACTUALLY FILMED IN THE AFRICAN JUNGLE THE MAGNIFICENT STEPHEN CRANE'S Suspense Story of tht MAM WHO iOST V 2nd NEW EXCITING FEATURE CAMERON JAMES - MONDAY - TUESDAY THE . HUTH - Aug. 19 No. I Western Dance Band Leo Greco And His Pioneers Sat., - Aug. 20 Al Noyce 8t Orch. Plus Special Closed Circuit Music Of LAWRENCE WELK And His Fabulous Orch. Direct From California 10 P.M. to 11:30 P.M. Adm. 1.34 plus tx. lot. 1.40 Tues., - Aug. 23 • 8 lo 11 Teen Special Donnie Brooks "Mission Bell" Jack Rockufeler & Records Prizes Dance Contest , Adm. Teens $1.25 i Parents Free All thejrdmarm«,'M ^ _, sonss,,,ahd-spec&efe^^:!,v , : of the world's most( , wonderful entertainment! ROSSANO BRAZZI • 1?ZI GAyiR-JflljN KpFRANCE NiiyEN featuring RAY W/JLSTON'JUANiifAMkt: - i I "SOUTH PACIFIC" STARTS AT 8:15 P.MJ •., SECOND EXCITING FEATURE LIKE A NOOSE AROUND THE MAN HUNTER'S NECK "ROBEI ffSSCi^&^ar My PARKER-OD ADMISSION $1.00 - CHILDREN, FREE WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY v SATURDAY One of the timeless love from llie pages of the Bible! Continuous From 1 P.M. PAR! 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