The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1960
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4-Atfona (la.) Upp«r DM Moin*t Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1960 att.^ .*te..*..« J-J* , ... _,..•,",_....-, . ' ' r ' -" •• •*-!*• • "Tfrr Mr and Mrs C. H. Simpson were visited last week by Mrs Alma Simpson, of Nevada. Mrs Effie Teeier was guest Sunday of-Mr and Mrs Ross Buffington of the Doan vicinity. Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet Spent Friday and overnight at Spencer and attended the fair. . , Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hack- fcarth and Mr and Mrs Albert 'Kagg spent Wednesday at the fair at Spencer. Mrs Belh Miller and Mrs Coleen Barry and son Tommy at•te*Med the Clay County Fair at Spencer Friday. 1 Pat Ferris, who attends Mary- crestcollege at Davenpost, spent last weekend here with her parents,; Mr and Mrs Gerald Farris. Mrs Osfa Thompson has re. turned from Eagle Grove where she had r §p.ent a week with her sisters Mr% r L'puise.Thompson and Mrs Severt Nervig. ,(. Mr and Mrs C. G. Venieicher • and Mr & Mrs Werner Struecker were picnic dinner guests Sun••day of Mr and Mrs Leonard Kuck •-at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs Harvey Johnson and Mrs .Effie Teeter took the later's ••daughter Donna to Mankato, | ( Minn., last week where she enrolled at Mankato college. She is a sophomore. Jack Allen, who teaches at Tama. spent the weekend with his parents Mr and Mrs James Allen. Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman are in Las Vegas, Nev.. the former having won the trip in a recent contest. Mr and Mrs H?rvcy Steven spent a few days last week at Sexton with Mr and Mrs Everett Steven. Mr and Mrs Tony Schmitt were visiteu from Monday till Thursday last week by their Son Kevin, Des Moines. Mrs Sid Spear and her daughter Mrs Clyde Lloyd spent Thursday at Mason City. Thursday they visited Mrs Bertha Llovd at Britt. Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg had as callers Monday Mr and Mrs Charles Broseman, Lombard, 111., former residents here. Mr and Mrs Lowell Samp and the former's mother Mrs Selma Godfredson were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs William Bradford, Sioux City. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs James Potter and children, Nevada, and Mary Susan Eason, who is enrolled at Drake university. ALGONA NOW THRU SATURDAY FRANK SINATRA i! DEAN MARTIN SAMMY DAVIS* PETER LAWFORD Tou wouldn't call it a gang. ^^rmtj^^^^^^^^^^t^^^^^^^^^ IUBI Danny Ocean and his 11 pals — . the night they blew all the lights in Las Vegasr..7 TECHNICOLOR* PANAVISION msiMtan WAMNEM BROS. «>»»*, R| RICHARD CQNTE • CESAR ROMERO • PATRICE WYMORE • JOEY BISHOP MM^-F . «*, .If l ..a IUU CHASE- Saterfo t» HABBJ yam « OWES UDERH- ftsta! mi Ctete) Sj LEWIS BLESW Color Cartoon — Adm. Adults 90c — Juniors 75c SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY She had to fight for the right to love...against the torment, the deceit, the shame that clouded all their lives! LANA TURNER-ANTHONY QUINN SANDRA DEE-JOHN SAXON IMP NOLAN-U.WRAY WALSTON BICHARO BASEHART Mr and Mrs Don Sherman were recently visited a couple of weeks by the killer's sister Mrs Ted Kane. Michael and Gregoiy, Bu- •lijna.i, Mirh. Mrs SJmon Smidt and daughter 1'nye /Vii.n uiu luk'd the fair at Sprucor last Tuesday. Miss Smidt is employed at tin Harold Sun- ,:iel niMirancc off.ce. Patricia McEnroe has been va- calioniiiR :md visiting her mother .v,rs Kainerme MfLnroe. She is I'inp'.oyeJ at the suite capital, Des Moim-s, as research statistician in ihf coaing department of Public Sat'uy. Mr and Mrs Jamss Schneidar HioU their daughter Sharon ami nephew Dick Schneider to Minneapolis, Shnday where both will erucr the college of Medical Technology. Dick is a son of Mr and Airs William Sshnciaer. Mr and Mrs Harvsy Johnson h\.l a.i guest.-: last weekend Mr and Mrs Cecil Winningharn, Des Monies, and Mrs Elmer Bankson, Oaurnwa. Sunday they had Mr anil Mrs Larry Johnson and little v.auglver as dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Gail Towne have had us guests Col. and Mrs R. E. Clapper, Bob and Jonathon, of Sama Maria. Calif. Col. Clapper returned home after several days here and the family remained for a longer visit Mr and Mrs Cecil Taylor have sold their home at 909 East Lucas street to Dr. and Mrs A. J. Cotton and are having a home built at McGregor and Durant streets corner which they expect to occupy by Dec. 1. Mr and Mrs Claude Slagle have had as recent weekend guests Mr and Mrs Elliott Heineman and Mr and Mrs C. B. Steinhilber, Milwaukee, Wis. Other guests later were Mr and Mrs J. C. Linge, Oklahoma City, Okla. Ann Mikes who, attends Iowa State,-University at Ames, spent, the weekend with her mother Mrs Helen Mikes and attended the fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration for her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Peter Mertz, West Bend.' Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn were visited over the weekend by the mother Mrs Charles Prieskorn and daughter Verona, Fort Dodge. Mrs Prieskorn remained for a visit till Thursday and will be taken home by her daughter-in- law. Mr and Mrs John Thuente and Mr and Mrs William. Sanguin, Cherokee, have returned from a 4200 mite trip to Niagara Falls, Quebec, Can., New York City, Washington, D. C., Leonardstown, Md., and various other eastern points. Mrs Selma Godfredson was at Des Moines a short time ago and attended the graduation of her grandson David Samp from the pharmacy school. She was met there by the parents Mr and Mrs Leslie Samp and returned with ihem to OUawa, 111. Mr ar.d Mrs James Ult are being visited by Mr and Mrs William Cole, Chester, Mont. James Utt observed a birthday anniversary Wednesday and his wife had as guests for him his mother and husband Mr and Mrs Merle Roberts, Nora Springs. Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson have been visited recently by Mr and 'Mrs Jerry Anderson, Peru, Incl. Jerry is a son of Mr and Mrs Holman Anderson, of Clarion and he and his wife came, to see the mother who has had recent major surgery from which she is recovering nicely. Mrs Olga Jordon, her sisters Alma and Ellen Carlson and B. P. Richardson attended funeral services last week Tuesday at Mallarcl for Elmer Jolliffe, 55, who died of a stroke. He was the father of Mrs John Jordon, daughter-in-law of Mrs Olga Jordon. Mr and Mrs Jordon and the children came here for a visit later. Showing At the Alqona Theatre thru Saturday. Frank Sinalra, Dsan Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford and Angle Dickinson top the exciting cast of "Ocean's Eleven," Dorchester Production for Warner Bros, featuring a host of show- business personalities. The Technicolor picture, which is now showing at the Algona Theatre, is a fasl-paced comedy melodrama with u glamorous Las Vegas setting. "Ocean's 11, Wed., Thur., and Saturday. 7:00-9:25. Sat. matinee at 2:00. "Portrait In Black", Sunday. 1:17-3:26-5:35-7:44-9:53; Monday 7:15-9:25. 10. by Frank Foley Of Whittemore Tours Europe Whittemore — On June Frank Foley accompanied Rev. J. J. Hyland of Sheldon, as"- sistant priest in St. Michael's parish several years ago, sailed on the ship S. S. America from New York and landed in Ireland They were met by a sister of the priest then went to the home o. c Mrs Margaret Hyland, his mother where they visited for almost three months. Mr Foley and Rev. Hyland also visited in France Rome and England before arriving back in the U.S. recently Rosary Society Met The first fall meeting of the Rosary Society was held Wednesday following dinner with Mrs Herman Kollasch presiding. Two new members, Mrs Ralph Fandel and Mrs Clement Kollasch, were welcomed into the Organization. A talk was given the Rev. Philip Dailey. A food shower was given to the sisters. Cards, were played after the meeting, with high prize going to Mrs Harold Winkel and. low to Mrs Frank Kollasch. The plate prize was won Mrs Nick Reumg. C.D.A. Meeting ^ Mrs Rita Derner, grand regent. presided at the first fall meeting of the C.A.D. Thursday evening. Marcella Fandel, state delegate to the national convention of the C.DA this summer gave report of her trip. Mildred Elbert, cochairman of the-fall style show reported on the success of the show. Mrs Patricia Genglor was ad as, a transfer from the 200 STITCHES About 200 stitches were required recently to close the cuts on the right arm of Sandra Smith of Nemaha. Sandra received the cuts when she fell and the arm went through the glass of the outside door at her home. The doctor worked three hours putting in the stitches. lie calendar. Court whist was played with Maxine Hoch winning high and Mrs Kathleen Dietrich low. 102ND Mrs Hannah Wade of Terril recently celebrated her 102nd birthday. 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