The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1960
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aH iv it'oK Mr and Mrs tt. M. Honsttuch spent Sunday visiting friends at Rockwell City. Tom Vinson of Rock riapids vftttBd JiiS gWttdtftdihcf, Mrs Mliton tfnrili* oVfer the wfifek- dttd. ' ' —0— _ _ Dr. find Mrs John Schuller and family have returned from a trip to Chicafeo where they visited rtilatiVeS v Marcia Anderson spent lh« \<wek*cnd t here witn her parents, Mr and Mrs Everett Aiutemav Marcia is in nurses' training at DCS Moines, The firsi Steftwdist WSCS neral meeting ol the: y«aur be held Thursday at J. g»J»,, H. S. Montgomery is ine <oi the program. Barbara Barltett span* and Saturday at CDetur JLaftse afc tending a district; jssetaiig: «ff Methodist Yotttfe which she is aa Dr. and Mzs AadSwNi' JL Cfefliwc are the parents o£ a born Monday at St. AJSBS She weighed aiEe poiiacte has three Sisters and as Karel Bormann, St. Joe, Wed Oct. 15 Mrs W. J. Sigsbe* 5s ** coln, Neb. with h«ff sacs-S and daughter, Mr suraS MES Sarf Beardsley to whons a dacgtaJer, Julie Kathryn, was bora Aug. 21. Sue LaBarre. Carol Wiilkbpl and Jeanette Bjustrom left for Ames Saturday to prepare foi sorority rushing at Iowa State University. All will be sophomores this fall. Mr" and Mrs Lloyd Pratt had as their guests for several days last week the latter's sisters and families, Mr and Mrs Dean Iver• son and Mr and Mrs. Robert Edev len of Indiapriola. Mrs H. E. L,uoma and three children have returned to their home \n Portland, Oregon after a three week's visit- here with Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen. The women are sisters. Judy Pickelt, who is in nurses' training at Grand Island, Neb., spent the week-end here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Russell Pickctt, and attended the Mimi Wright-Ted Stang wedding. — o — Mr and Mrs Orville Bakkt\ and daughter, Belinda of Houston, Texas, spent last week hero visitinK the former s parents, Mr i and Mrs Oliver Bakkcn and the sister, Mrs Wayne O. Hanson. Eight Specs card club me) Wednesday evening with Mrs Milton Dahl. Guests were Mrs Henry Johannsen and Mrs Merle Pratt. Prizes were received by Mrs Hugh Post and Mrs Beecher Lune. — o — Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweilei and their house guests, Mr and Mrs William MuElrca, are in Kansas City visiting relatives The visitors will leave from there for their home in New Zealand. — o — David HuSchins, Gary Graham Diivid Routh and Bill Bartlet spent Friday and Saturday a Lake Okobo.ji attending a meet ing of the Order of the Arrow honorary society of the Bo\ Scouts. Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt ha iis their guests Sunday, Mr arn Mrs Ed Peterson, Mr and Mr Albert Swanson, Mr and Mr Martin Dahl, Mrs Gregor Deii Si- JS®e — The engagement and aqpgsroatfamg marriage of Diane LaSfcrie, shown here, daughter of Mrs Louise LaBrie of Lowell, Mass, and the late Hector J. LaBrie, and Karel L. Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Bormann, St. Joe, has been announced. The wedding date has .been'set-for October 15 at St. Joan" of :Arc Catholic church in Lowell, Mass, Miss LaBrie, a 1955 St. Joseph's high school, Lowell, graduate, and Karel Bormann, a 1955 St. Joseph's high sc.'iooL graduate, have both been employed. with Northwest: Airlines at Chicago. At the present . time, Karel : is in National Guard training for 6 months at Fort Deonard Wood, Mo. (UDM Engraving) gave a reading- , -, &is6flft, fthd hef mBfher, Mrs Mfeflfi Holt flrtS' MH sffiHn- Jacob- sell, mother' df h^flafee, were 'givetf whM glafllfli c'SrBges by the hostesses. Abot^t .one hundred .guests registered; " with Mrs Merlin Anderson' of Humboldt, presiding at the guest book. Helping with the many gifts were Mkty,Anne Holt, Mrs Vieto? Sferg&A,'' Sandrit Holt, Rachel {Hdlt, BnrbdM, Holl, Betty Holt ^nd^ Martha 'Holt. . A' 'dainty lunch n was served, with .^tW Raymond WehrspanH pouring. Hostesses were Mrs Jacob Ryg. Mrs John Vina«s,'-Mrs Antone Speich, Mrs Roy finockson, Mrs Raynlond Wchrspann, '"Mrs Ed Kemna, Mrs Laurel Wdrster, MrV* H: J. Nielsen, Mrs Donald Ushfer.i Margaret Holt? Mrs Loren Daniel, Mrs Richard Kinseth. MFS Virgil Struthers,. Mrs Eugene Hofius and Mrs Bertha Jacobson. , ? Mr and Mrs ElHridge Wanless and children of Rosemoimt. Minn, moved Saturday to the James ahd : : Na'omi Struthers home. Mr WariltsS will operatfe the Struthers farm in the spring; Mr and MrSfGlerin Nbrman of Seattle, Wash;"camfe- MohHay to visit her parents,' Mr . and Mrt Ralph Richaras. Wednesday evening th6y; "alt visited at the Oliver Chrislaanjoh home. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher and daughters visited' Mrs Usher's uncle, Tom Olson at Bode Wednesday evening to help him observe a" hirthday. Mis aM Mrs Bob Wells, Patty and 1 Bdtjtiy' of San Fernando, Calif, wel-e Friday guests at the home off Rev.; arid" Mrs Harold Mountain:^ ', " '*• Mrs i Ed ': Nessen .and Mary of West B&ttd were Wednesday af- tprfioori' (Visitors at the- "Percy Watriern , and Donald , Usher home's. . • •' i und Pearl Dahl. all of Swea Cil\ The fifth birthday of David Prat was being observed. —o— Presbyterian women's circle will meet Thursday as follows: Circle A, 2 p.m., Mrs A. F. Ape- na, hostess; circle B, 2 p.m. Mrs Fred Geigel. hostess; circle C.. 1:45 p.m.. Mrs A. 1). Crawford, hostess; D, 1:.'!() p.m., Mrs Hugh Colwell, hostess. Mrs Wendell Jergenson was given a Grandma Shower Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Lloyd Pratt. Participating were Mrs Hurry Cutler, Mrs Robert BemiL'tt, Mrs Jack Limbaugh and Mrs Dwighl Simpson Mrs Jergenson was presented with a grandma bracelet in honor of her first grandchild, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis Jergenson. —o— Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were James Joseph, son of Mr and Mrs D< mar Reding: Gegory Alan, son of Mr und Mrs John V Crowley; David Scott, son of Mr and Mrs Mervin Hentges; John Paul. son of Mr and Mrs Paul H Siebntz: Stephen Gerard, son of Mi and Mi's William GilliHan: Ranch Joseph, son of Mr and Mrs Denis E. Cink and IJouKlas Arthur son of Mr and Mrs Leslie Wil din. Mr and Mrs Leo -Gr.eth.en and family, Boonevilk, Mo., and the former's mother, Mrs Mary Grethen, Rolfe, were Friday guests in the home of Mr ana Mrs Clarence Bormann and family. Mrs Roger Thul and infant son Gary, born August 19, came home, from Mercy ^hospital, Fort Dodge Wednesday. Mr and Mrs John Thul are on a trip this week «•: Minnesota. The annual K. C. Mulligar Slew will be held August 30 at ic- local K. C. club rooms, with crving beginning a^ 6 p.m. Mr and Mrs John Bcrte, ac- ompanied by Mrs Bcrte's fa- her. Math Mcrgcn from Dell Rapids, S. D. and Mrs Merlin Altman. a daugnter, drove to Win-shall, Minn. Thursday for a visit in the hivio of Mr and Mrs Clarence Heurscht and family. PrisciiiaHolt Of Ottosen Is Shower Honoree Ottosen — Priscilla Holt wa: honored ;il a briaal shower Tues clay evening al the Iiu't'herai ihi'.reh. Mrs Loren Daniel announcer the. program. Mrs Lee Holt o Spencer road U\o poems, Mr Floyd Holt and danuliter, Belt} Algona, sang. ,,cconipani"d b Mrs KielKi'-d Kinseth and M<' Norman Chambers of Corwit Algona Boy Wins In Carcass Show At Hormel Plant Tom Henry of .Algona showed the champion steer at the carcass contest last week Monday at the Hormel Plant in Austin, Minn. The carcass weighed 576 IDS., graded, prime, yielded 65.8% and cut a 11.2 loin' eye and brought $27.98. The 875 pound Angus had previously been placed top in the carcass on the hoof at the iKossuth County Fair.: Donald Heldorfer, Bancroft, won secpnd ;On his -955 Ib.Y.prihie' Hereford'; that yielded 62.3 percent. Philip Heldorfer, Bancroft, showed the third place steer. His steer graded choice ana yielded 61.7. Paul .foresbn of Swca City won fourth .on his Shorthorn steer that graded hoice and yielded 65.1 percent. Marvin Heideckcr of Lakota had le highest yielding steer. It ieldcd 66% and cut a 13.0 loin Colleges and universities awarded 411,000 earned degrees, in 1957, one-third of which were awarded to \\unien. eye* '.Other members, showL^ tHc* dafciaSS SHOw '^8re^--' 3 JH^gS Jensen and |oc!He| Jemeri|;''CT| doriS'id" EtfifeMfet'BW? rf^rorT Kenneth Borrii&nn, Bode and Monnie Hansen, Livermore. > Miss Clabaugh, Lakota, Weds Chicago Doctor Lakota .*— The Lutheran church was the settihg 'for a wedding Aug. 21 Uniting Sherry Lee Clabaugh, daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd ' Clabaugh, and Dr. 4 Charles William Daniels, Chicago, son of Mrs Minnye Co- kcr Daniels and Dr. Pliney fe. Daniels, Mobile, Ala, ReV. Dayid Babcoclr* of Corwith performed the double ring candlelight cere- mc-riy. , DaVrel Clabaugh was organist and fcaula' Buckeis soloist.' The bride, given,in marrkg"e by her father, wbrfe a- gown „ bf silk mist taffeta, and al^Kson lace, fashioned v--ith & sa'fcrma neckline scattered with pearls. The fitted, dainty bodice picked up the bouffant skirt of' taffeta trimmed with matching lace ap- plique gathered to the back flowing into a graceful chapel train. A crown of Pearls and rhiriestones held the three tiered tulle veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of Amr.:on lillies and stephonotis. ' ,; Maid of honor was Nancy Leithold and bridesmaids were Mrs Mildred Heiderscheidt. and Judy Poseboro. Jan Robin ^Tourer was flower girl. Dr. Robert Palmer was best man and other attendants were Dr. William Meeker and'Roy Stevenson Jr. Bruce Meurer was candlelight. A reception for 150 guests was held in the parish hall immediately after the' ceremony. Mi;s Margie Richardson, presided',.at Fri., - Sepl. 2 ' Andy Doll & Band Sat., - Sept. 3 Charlie Trussell And The Airliners Sun., Sept. 4 — No Dance Mon., - Sept. 5 , Jules Herman. \ And Orchestra Coming Sept. 18 JOHNNY CASH Tennessee Two '•• Bobby <Hankins And The Blue Boys Adm. $l_.7g_pl8.Jx._tpi._$L8q Sunday thru Wed.j 2 BIG FEATURES COLOR ON OUR GIANT WIDE SCREEN. From 'the best-seller that makes .Peyton Place read like a book of nursery rhymes!' "Lost World" — Thur. thru Sat. 7:30 and 9:40. Sat. mat. at 2:30 "Strangers When We Meet" —Sunday 1:00-3:10-5:25-7:40-0:55 Monday 7:15-9:30. "The Mouse That Reared" Tues.-Wed. 7:45-9:50. ailllllUMIIIIiilimi PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, towa SUNDAY, SEPT. 4 Lynn Kerns SUNDAY, SEPT. 11 Don Hoy SUNDAY, SEPT. 18 Ray Lewis No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Bramble A WARNER BROS. PICTURE TECHNICOLOR Richard Burton Barbara Rush Jack Carson flngie Dickinson SECOND EXCITING FEATURE She jfioyW never have ifranger's love! the u« Kirk Douglas and Kim Notfak-are shown above in a scene from Columbia Pictures' "Strahber's When We.Meet;" a drama of marital infidelity. Ernie Kovacs and Barbara Rush also star in the Richard Quine production which co-stars Walter Matthau, Virginia Bruce, Kent Smith ,and Helen Gallagher, in CinemaScope and Eastman Color. '•:'•-, ". . • . . •...-,. " • • . :.., the guest book, Mrs. I. E. Wort* man cut and served the wedding cake, Mrs ~-Bertha Farr-el poured coffee and Mrs Ruth Grimm and Mrs J. V. Durnbush served punch. Opening .as'iu .displaying gifts were .Mrs Sandra Steven- son, Mrs Katherine Helmick and Jessie Kindall. -Waitresses were Mrs Beverly Kyle., Peggy and Leola Johnson. After a week's wedding trip to ' Riding Mountain ' National Park in Canada, the couple will Ends Tohite (Wed.) - Jerry Levyis^'BELL BOY/1. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY RENNIE ST.JOHN SUNDAY AND MONDAY CONTINUOUS SUN. FROM 1 P. M. .Stran&rs We Meet ota^tiigtf *hofll drt"a"Ih ' • ** i 'ilef, 'School* of" nuisui£. loonesiSff Atom, in !»&?•, She 'is iow employed, by th^.Univfertity t Chidago Clinic'.and plans fur* hcf sdMfemitr'tfdrK-at the Uni- ersity of Chicagb* this year. A State University of to'Wfj mbulance driver 'who recently ctired, Alfred Sttles, had driven % million- miies—the equi- >alent of 100 .times around, the vortd. NO CHARG6 ttf »A NlCt Llff triANK f HAY PLUS "GUNMAN'S THURSDAY - FRIDAY -SATURDAY HIT NO.l SHO\WN AT 7:56 ' RQRY CALHOUN (THE TEXAN) BEVERLY GARLAND-JOHN LARCH 2ND DELIGHTFUL HIT! ? SHOWN AT 9:30 *-~~ JAM€£ -.(Maverick) GARNER James Garner Uv.. TECHNICOLOR NINA FOCH • DEAN JAQGER E.G.MARSHALL- HENRY J'ONES 3RD BIG f ACTION HIT ! SHOWN AT 11:30 SUSAN HAVWARO "WOMAN OF THE NORTH WOODS" STEPHEN BOMO msm PtUS COLOR CARTOON APUIJS 90; - JUNIORS TUESDAY AND 2 Color Cut loon i — Atlm. 75c Kiddies Free .w*>t*4:w! * M*-!****-"*) MAKTMAN COUOR J APDID ATTRACTION "ISRAiL" It took him forty bullets toi get to Fort Dobbs PLUS S. u; I. FOOTBAU HIGHLIGHT^ 1959 OJ»IN UNTIL iisoo p; M, STA^T LATi ,, > CHILDRiN FRIi IPS THURSDAY is, &UCKN1TE Yam r/ia AND Ml ITS OCCUPANTS Wtt',1. &i*?.jit»/Yitrr£i.i fu HIVE UU-!C • (>i oaitJtH ra vau)

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