The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1960
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l~Algdiia (to.) Upptf fit* JVUinM Tuesday, Oct. 11, I960 Don Glas«r, »on of Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser has been in service in Japan the past two years. It is expected he will reach California about Oct.. soon after. 14 and here Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen spent the weekend at Clear Lake with the grandchildren while the parents Mr and Mrs Herbert Schram were in Omaha, Neb.; attending the Barber Shop entertainment, j Mr and Mr* Jo* Lowe spent the weekend in eastern Iowa and points in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg spent the weekend at Albia with Mr and Mrs Vincent Matz and family. Mrs Ray Muller and infant son, Kevin Keith, returned* home Friday from St. Ann Hospital where the baby was born Sept. 28. The Union township Mother and Daughter club will meet at the home of Frances Dodds Oct. 13 at 2:30 p.m. This will be a picture-taking, meeting. Dirk and Lynn Hansen, sons of Mr and Mrs Wade Hansen, students at Crieghton college, Omaha, Neb., spent the weekend with their parents and attended Garrigan Homecoming. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY DARK QABtE ALGOMA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M. MARIETTO -PAOIOCARLINII wsf wowico I / yf Filmed in a fabulous new color process i* in the wonderful Bay of Naples! A PARAMOUNT RELEASE PLUS COLOR CARTOON - ADMISSION 75c - CHILDREN 25c f- \: i, f- I?/, f * * K\ V* 1 I '! Mr and Mrs Ralph Morgan and Mr and Mrs Glair Blossom spent last weekend at Pippen Lakft, Minn. Mt and Mrs Herman Hiufcfrg drove to Uccorah Friday and spent the day with Mr and Mrs James Scott. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer were visited one day recently by the letter's parents Mr and Mrs Lee Martin, Clarion. Mrs Edna Harr went to Des Moines Sunday and will visit a few days with Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr and family. Mrs Minnie Hinken has gone to Altadena, Calif., and will spend the winter mere with Mi and Mrs Walter Storm. Mr and Mrs Leighlon Misbach and Mary spent the weekend in Des Moines with relatives, Dr. and Mrs W. Sproul arid Mrs E. A. Carlson. Mrs Grace Humphrey left Tuesday for her home at Corpus Christi, Tex., after several weeks spent here. Lee Hopkins drove. 1 her car and will return via train. The Barber Shop singers went to Omaha Saturday to compete in a contest. The Bel-aire quartet also entered a contest. The quartet consists of Willard Snusad. Martin Huber Don Potter and Dr. Harold 'Erickson. Mr and Mrs John Grotte had as guests last weekend Mr and Mrs Peter Grotte and friends Mr and Mrs John tJutcher, Pipestone, Minn. They were also visited. Thursday by Mr and Mrs jG. Ukers, Webster City. Franklin Hagg, Norbert Bierstedt, Delbert Muore and Ed Sindelar have returned from South Dakota and ^ Minnesota where they had been working in test fields for the Pioneer company. Mrs C N. Robinson and Mildred were visited over the weekend by the former's daughter Mrs Earl Miller and Marilyn, Spring Valley, Minn. Sunday they were joined by Mr and Mrs Keith Stephens, Ayrshire. Mr and Mrs Glen Harms had as callers one day iast week Mr and Mrs Kenneth Samp and Wayne. Santa Monica, Calif. They are well-known former Algonuns and are visiting Mr and Mrs-Lowell Samp and Mrs Selma Godfredson. Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser have had as guests Mr and Mrs James Fraser and three children Parkvillc, Mo. They have received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Joseph Duchs, (aKtie) at Minneapolis The infant was born Sepi. 20 and has been named Cecelia Ann. Mr and Mrs Paul James lefi Friday for Waterloo whei'c they remained overnight with Mr anil Mrs Kermit Burns. They went from there Saturday'to Iowa City and were joined by the daughters Beverly and Evelyn, students at the State uni ersity, then to Davenport for ai- overnight visit with Mr and VIrs Clyde Talbert. 1 Mr and Mrs M. H. Fain spent the weekend at Beana, Minn. Mrs Floyd tlrkkson wit fMt. ed Friday by h*r sister Mrs John Hartl. Eagle C|fo»ev ' Mr and Mrs Lyle Maihes spent the weekend at Green Bay, Wis., with Mr and Mrs Richard Mathes. Mr and Mrs L«on Bilyen spent Sunday at Buffalo Center with the latter's brother, Kenneth Clino. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster h;id the letter's parents Mr and Mrs Ole Knutson, Bradgate, as guests Saturday. Mr and MM Harvey Finley have been visited the past two weeks by the latter's mother Mrs William Vagle, EstherviHe. Mrs June Caftfn, local teacher, spent from Wednesday and over the weekend at Minneapolis attending a course rn special education. - . Mrs Bessie Jones has been visited-by her sister Mrs Mary Uever, Milford, und with her went to Dows for a visit there with old friends. Mr and Mrs Clifford Ritbhoff had as visitors last week the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Harold Eckstein and son Virgil, Salem, Oregon. Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer had as guests Sunday the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Otto Oldenburg and Mr and Mrs Donald Oldenburg and family., Austin, Minn. Mr and Mrs Dean Barnes had as guest Sunday the former's parents Mr and Mrs Vern Barnes and Mr and Mrs David Nelson, Marcus, and Mr and Mrs Donald Briggs, New Hampton. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld were visited Tuesday oy their daughter Mrs Marion Donohue, Forest City. Other guests last Sunday were Mr and Mrs Walter Reidel, Burt. Mrs A. J. Eason spent last weekend at DCS Moines with her daughter Mary Susan, who is enrolled at Drake university. She also stopped in Nevada for a brief visit with another daughter, Mrs James-Potter and family. Mrs Cora Hill who is at Spirit Lake with her daughter Mrs Mabel Doud, suffered a broken hip Thursday and te hospitalized there. The joint was to be pinned Friday. Mr and Mrs Doud and Mrs Hill had planned to drive to the Black Hills on a few days vacation. Marieta F Christenson of Pueblo, Colo, spent a week at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs P. M. Christensen of Lone Rock. She was met in Nebraska by Andrew Peterson who drove her to Lone Rock. She also returned with Mr Peterson to Omaha and from there took a jet to Colorado. Miss Christens-sn, a registered nurse, is employed by three surgeons in Pueblo, and will resign from her position in the near future in preparation for her approaching marriage to Mr i Peterson. Mr Mi Mrs Lurry Yiktt, Eft* thtrville, have rented the Henry Johanftsen apartment. Mr Yikol is *mploy*d with a construction company. Charles Harvey has been Visited by his daughter Mrs Roger Will, Welcome, Minn. Mrs Harvey is in Glcndale, Calif., with Mr and Mrs Harry McCorkle. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller spent Thursday at Sponger with relatives. Sunday, Oct. 2 they had as guests Mr and Mrs Bill Fuller, Krista and Jennie, Fort Dodge. Madonna Gisch, who is attending Junior College, Mason City, and majoring in elementary teaching, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Gisch. Mr and Mrs Merle Webster will have as weeKend guests Dr. and Mrs William Halvorson, Medelia, Minn. They will be joined by Mr and Mrs W. B. Rag, Mason City. Mr and Mrs Gtonn Jonas and the former's mother Mrs Bessie Jones went to Des Moines to attend "Music Man" Saturday. They were guests of Mr and Mrs J. C. Lett. Mr and Mrs William Gcering were visited Wednesday by Rev. and Mrs Everett Black and family, Spencer. The^also spent some time at St. Ann hospital with the father, Paul Black. Mrs Mary Carroll, mother* of Jim Carroll who manages the J. C: Penney store here, has moved to Algona from Sioux Falls, S. D. and with her son has taken a duplex at 417 North Main St. Plan Farewell For Nelsons Portland — The Four 'Corner Social Club of Portland, met Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs W. J. Stewart, in place of Mrs Hazel Carroll, as previously planned. Roll carl was answered by ten members. After old and new business was taken care of, it was decided that a farewell party be planned for Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, who are moving to Lone Rock, Nov. 1st. The party will be held Saturday evening, October,' 22nd, at the 'Portland Community Hall. Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Mrs Hazel Carroll were apopinted by the President, to get out the invitations for the party. Those attending the meeting were, the Mesdamcs, Donald Ringsdorf, Herbert Nelson, W. J. Stewart, Glen Larscn, Stanley Ruse, Virgil Schrader, Haze 1 Carrol, Bernard Phelps, Victor Fitch and Leona Haase. The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon November, 1st, at the home of Mrs Virgil ^ Schrader. Roll call. "What I am mpst Thankful for." 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Yes, to own the new MARVELOUS Modernique by MONARCH is to enter the reolm of e futuristic range fulfillness. designed for any decor . . , CONTEMPORARY • COLONIAL • CONVENTIONAL Come In To See The Features / , TQ Pravd Which U fAMST OP IMEM ALL r $<4$&<£ft4w5d^^ CULLEN HARDWARE Mr and Mrs "Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy and Mr and Mrs Paul Krueger and Lawrence, both families of Portland, attended the funeral of Craig Zim- 'merman, Thursday afternoon, at the Lutheran Church in Whittc- more. Craig was the eighteen year old son of IVir and Mrs Martin Zimmerman of Whittemorc. Mrs Martin Zimmerman is a sister of Mr Victor Fitch and Mr Martin Zimmerman is a nephew of Mrs Paul Krueger. After a bitter and painful struggle with cancer, for over a year, much ol his time spent in lovtfa City, Craig gave up the battle and died in his home, Tuesday, about noon, while his minister was reading to him from the Bible. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf called at the Clarence Seifeld home, Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Verner Lau and little daughter of Klemme, and Mrs Minnie Larsen, of Titpnka were Sunday dinner guests at the Glen Larsen home. Visitors at the Tony Jandl home last Thursday, were Mr Fred Veit and Mac Call of Boone Mr and Mrs David Weston and Erie of Wisconsin, spent a day at the M. J. Trunkhill home. They arrived Monday night and left Tuesday night. Mrs Weston and Eric also called at her grand Mother's, Mrs Tony Jandl, Tuesday afternoon. Ray Grover of West Covina Calif., Mrs Merta Wallace an& Miss Marie Grover of Algona, were Tuesday evening supper guests at the A. L. Rasmussen home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers and family from Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs Hanford Brock and family from Woden, Jack Trunkhill of Ames and Cora Stecker of Des Moines were Sunday . dinner guests at the Tony Jandl home, Meonet Trunkhill, .Catherine Charles, Tommy and Dick were dinner and supper guests. Mr and Mrs John Jennings ol Sexton were Monday evening visitors tit the Chester Smith home. Mrs Hugh Williams, Mrs Tony Jandl, Mrs. John. M'-ler, Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs Ray Fitch attended the V.F.W. Auxiliary Sewing Meeting, Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ella Sigsbee. The next meeting will be held Tuesday- afternoon November 1st, at the home of Mrs Ray Fitch. Mr sloe I£open was brought home from the hospital at ISsth- trv}ll$, pnt day last week, »IPR. WPW w!^Pi^^5» y MMi*! for th« mmUtton b« b«i »t- —tain«4M>iil you lay* him for what ht is". ENDS TONITI (W.d.) "PROM fM ftftMlt" ALGONA THURSDAY Thru SATURDAY THIS WAS THE BULL OF THE'PACIFIC! His name was Halsey * But The Enemy Spelled It "Hell"! This Is His Story... This is the salty, personal log—the deeply human story -of the bristling bulldog whose hell-raisers turned the tide! prtitntt JamesCaoney a Aitaiiil Hd£y " SHOWN EVE'S AT 9:15 ONE SHOWING ONLY PLUS - SECOND EXCITING FEATURE I SHOWN EVE'S ^B|to^ A SPY STORY ! oNE A lHow,No ^PSa TENSE! ONLY KlibfOU TOUGH! ttfrrinf ERNEST BORGNINE KERWIN MATHEWS ADMISSION 75c - CHILDREN 25c SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2:00 JAMES CAGNEY IN "THE GALLANT HOURS" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS ALGONA 11:30 Friday Night, Oct. 14 Gala Homecoming MIDNIGHT SHOW! 2 Teen-Age Shows ! Fun For Everyone ! TEACHER AND STUDENT! ** Together every day behind classroom doors-a teacher and a senior too ready for love) SECOND TEEN-AGE THRILLER! DOORS OPiN AT 10:30 P.M. - AU StAII f Si

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