The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1960
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H«.) Uppof DQi [LOCALS » John Thuerite was at Decorah * last week substituting in the j Pharmacy department "of the «Darling drug sto-u. , * Dt. And MH J. B, Harris Jr.. #spent last Weekend at Jewell •with the former's parents, Dr * and Mrs J. B. Harris Sr. « Mr and Mrs William Anderson •tvere visited last Sunday by Mr »and Mrs Lester Anderson and *Mrs • Anna ' Anderson. Stratford. i ' C. H. Simpson was taken to St. * Ann hospital last week for treat- '*rnent of a virus cold infection. *He was dismissed early this "Week. t Mr and Mrs frank Vera have »purchased the Mrs Addic Driver * house on North Phillips street. * Mrs Driver is now a resident at * Good Samaritan Home. t Mrs Deria Boekelman and •daughter Henrietta accompanied i Mr and Mrs Russell Winter, La- »kota, to St. Paul, Minn., last , Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs ^ Larry Winter. * Mr and Mrs Frank Vera had **as guests last week Sunday Mi * and Mrs Marian Burbank, Ma- *Spn City, Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips, Sexton, and Mr and Mrs fcLester Hagen Vtonka. * Mr and Mrs Allen Buchanan. vMrs Ed Gilmore and Mr and Mrs ^Carl Morck Jr., are going to Ra- »pidan to spend the weekend at 'the Gilmore and Morck cottages ^and will be met there by Dr. and »Mrs Robert Horton, former Al; gonans. The Hortons will return * here for a visit. Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1960 "FROM THE TERRACE" Coming To The Algona Theatre Sun. thru Wed. Paul Newman — Joanne Woodward starring in "From The Terrace" Dorothy Vanderhoff had Marlene and Larry Hovoy, Wesley, as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall flew to Des Thursday to attend funeral services for Mrs Alfred Ridley, 36, wife of a former business associate of Mi- Marshall. » * * r A Sun. thru Wed. ALGONA A f Continuous From the boldest story of love in and out of marriage! A t Plus Color Cartoon ADMISSION PRICES . . . ADULTS 90c - JUNIORS 75c - KIDDIES 25c Don Chrislensen is hospitalized at St. Ann and unc»:?r treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson had Mr and Mrs August Huschka and son John. Rcnwick, as guests one day last week. Mrs Hugh Carroll has as guests her grandaughter Mrs Russell Krominga and Mary Beth, Sumpter, South Carol ma. Mr and Mrs Jerry Lewis were visited last weekend by theii daughter Jane and friend Marilyn Westrum, FOIL Dodge. Mrs Andrew Hansen spent from Monday till Wednesday at Mason City with her daughter Sheila, R. N. at Mercy hospital. Mr and Mrs Al Wittkopf have moved to the Milo Bjustrom apartments on East Lucas street. Mr Wittkopf is making good recovery from his recent heart attack. The National Association for Retarded Children will hold it's tenth anniversary convention Oct. 5 to 8 at Hotel Leamington. Minneapolis, Minn. The local teacher, Mrs Clyde Dudley will be in attendance. Mr and Mrs Richard Burl were recently visited by the former's parents Mr and Mrs Neal Hurt Cedar Rapids, and Mr and Mrs Warren Hardy and y.imily, Harmony, Minn. Mrs Burl Sr., remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore, Ava Simpson and Mr and Mrs George Hanselman of West Bend attended the North Central Regional meeting as representatives cf the Kossuth County Council for Retarded Children held Sunday at Eagle Grove. Mrs Joe Bestenlehner is home from a three month visit at her sons and daugl-iors-in-law Mr and Mrs Sigwcll Wood at Detroit Lakes, Mr and Mrs Roben Wood at Minneapolis, and her brother-in-law and sister Mr anc: Mrs Carl Parsons at Braham. Minn. Mrs Anna Barnes, sister of Mrs Marie Ogren, was recently visited by Mr, and Mrs Al Barnes. Homer, Neb., Mr and Mrs Al Miller, Hubbard, Neb., and Mrs Doris Robinson, Sioux City. Mrs Ogren has returned from visits with her son-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Evan Alger at Indianapolis, Ind., Mr and Mrs J. C. Gibson at Omaha, N\?b., and Mr and Mrs J. N. Higbee at Council Bluffs. Ends Tonight (Wed.) —" Tony Curfis - Debbie Reynolds "The Rat Race" THURSDAY ; FRIDAY ! SATURDAY ALGONA "GOING TO CONQUER EVERYBODY!"- your enjoyment will never be greater when you see, one of the most wonderful entertainroenU of all timel .„,.,., , +fr . . .ir-i f/Tjj ' •& » -» WAUWSNEVS ».. • ^ A f K s l i * ' , f 1 »l W&A t£^£t& N0W 1 - ..HAVlfy «l•UKVoWIIULULlIM'llDMDIil.M||(0 • RETASHAW// T 7 . ~ -r- -r- r- *i«W~ tUttlFW' ' f**-' r-"'— -r -^ ' ^»-— »y —••—"-TTW ^ •^ •»•--•. »^ — ^ v 9 llll^^^F ' |^VVVw* Iffln^i 'jppMijMM«tMMi« OA«0 6l *" tT -r-^-r-ttiT " j ^•"ift">ir>iimuL"jnf" ^**»*w ( ^ii PtWf Color C«rfoon - Admiwion Prjjce* - Adults 90c - Juniors 7Sc - Kiddies 35c 2*f ^ «.',/., V*^i "FOUYANNA" SHOWN SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2:00 rt- : V.* : v PtMf 6 COLOR CARTOONS ! AdmiMion Pricti 5o». Mar. 75c » Kiddief 35c . r}. 1 *' r and Mrs Glenn Burils had Mr and Mrs Junior Davis, Adel; as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby, hnd Mr and Mrs Dowry Cornell, j DCS Moines. as weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Perry Collins were visited Ijist Sunday by Mr and I Mis Glenn Dickson, Menlo. j Mr and Mrs Charles Clement i spent a day last week at Renwick with Mr and Mrs Roy Guy. Mrs Lois Caldwell spent from Tuesday till Thursday at Storm Lake with her sister, Mrs Clella DcTiinan. Mr and Mrs J D. Burns drove to Kstherville Sunday to visit the former's brother Edwin wno is ivt overin.'; from -ur£ery Mr and Mrs William Knoll. Lone Rock, spent Saturday here with Mrs Knoll's parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Jackriian. Glen Raney is expected home soon from Dubuque where he lias spent a few weeks with Rev. and Mrs Robert Holzhammer and family. Mr and Mrs A. L. Jackman returned Friday from Des Moines where they had been to see Mrs Jackman's brother, Frank Cruik- at Veterans hospital. Mr and Mrs G. D. Brundage, Littlo Roek, Ark. former residents here, came Monday for a vi-il with friends. They me houst iiiiests of Mr ami Mrs Lloyd Mi cl;c-y. Mrs Ethel GiHes bad as visitor* Wednesday afternoon Mrs Willi;'in Thompson, Mrs Geor.ce N'c.-t- son, Mrs Fred Sey. r, Mrs C,. O. Curtis and Mrs Aletha Er!<lnnd Svvea City. Mr. and Mrs Don Chrktonser \\vrc- visited Friday by Mr and M'-s Joe Ki'iK, Estliorvill,' . who were en route to DCS Moines Mr King entered the Veterans hnsnital for probable surf'erv. Mrs Frank Mitflieder ar.d R:mdy and Mrs August Schmidt spent Friday at Winnehaqo Minn., with Mrs Leslie Marks ;mcl Mrs Carol Moore and Trudy Trudy is a grandaughler of Mrs Schmidt. Mvs Chester Schoby accompanied Mr Schoby on a business trip to Des Moines the first of the week. The Sctiobys, Mr and Mrs George Wolfe and the Rev. asid Mrs Newton Coughcivioui will attend "The Wednesday evening Music Alan" Mrs Luella Baker was visited Sunday by Dr. «nd Mrs H. H. Stewart, Kanawha. Mrs J. D. Burn- received word Monday of the death at Blue Earth, Minn., of her aunt Mrs Quella Sager, 78. She will • be leiiiembered as Mrs William Thornton, who was a sister of Mrs Addie McMahon and sister- in-law of Mrs C. C. Wright. The Thorntons fanned here many years ago. Mr Thornton died abovit 35 years nyo. Enroll, Morningside SIOUX CITY IA. — Pamela Weisbrod, daughter of Mr, and Mrs Dale Weisbrod; and Rrtgei' Dreyer, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer, both of Ponton, have enrolled for the fall term at Morningside college, Sioux City. Also enrolled is Dick Zwiefel, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Zwiefel, and David Steven, .son of Mr and Mrs Leo Steven both of Algona Some workers have lots ot "get-up-and-go" when it's time to get up and go home. Yes, sir. they're the ones who get "fired with enthusiasm. 1 ' Whittemore Girl Engaged To West Bend Man announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Donna ' Rae, above, to Dale Bell, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Bell of West Bend. A December wedding is planned. It's unfortunate that the symp- tons of fatigue »nd of laziness are practically identical. Life is very mu * like Christmas — you're-more likely to get what you expect than what you want. TYPEWRITERS, all popular makes and at competitive prices. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., AU gona, across from new Municipal parking lot. WhiMemore and Mrs "Pollyanna", Thursday thru Saturday, 7:00 and 9:31. Saturday matinee at 2:00. "From The Terrace", Sunday, 1:30-4:10-6:50-9:35, Monday thru William Ostwald of Whitlemoro Wednesday 7:00 and 9:41. B DA IPS IS THE PLACE THURSDA Y, OCT. 6 is the DA Y AND RAMBLER The Hot New Number — IN THE — LOW-PRICED FIELD... EVERY INCH AN OLDSMOBILE! binta.wLh.rf ? Oldlm ? 1 "" '"?• Th « «*!«*"• F-85. which .ill„ on Thur«l.» of Ihi. wwk, i. . «,.p.mno.r c.r omv rlr ?, H^° ,\,, ,?'?. < ?" 1<>m » «' "P"" 1 ' 1 "- " «'" b " ««"«<l I" '»» I"** .tyl... . four-door M4.n .nd . feur-door wlgon. Th« thin fuuS wr" '" " " 1 "" er l ™'"<" 1 '"' '" wilh •««"«*» »f op.t.lH». II .».r. 25% mor. rnilx Ie Ih. gallon the Classic Styling — OF THE — '61 OLDS The 1961 Oldsmobile "88" and "98" incorporate the greatest changes in styling and design in many years. Head rootn is inere«Md, the can are easier to get m and out of, and seating comfort is greatly improved. This, together with many mechanical advancements, makes the 88's and 99s the most alert, best performing, most comfortable and smocth»«» rifling and handling cart in hiftory. , .- • • ~-' ...And Wait Until You See M Free Coffee and Ooughnuls We're sorry we can't show you a pictur* of th» fkamblor In this *d byt it will bt on display tco this weekend at Dau's. It has many new features too. Bo-Miro to attond tho OLDSMOBILE AND RAMBLER SHOWINGS, THURSDAY, OCT. o AT DAU'S OAKAOE. ' Open Tlmsdiv t Fridayttifn DAU'S GARAGE

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