The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1960
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2-Alflena (la.) Upper De« Maine*. Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 FARMERS! Have you ordered your AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE yet for lhat field you will be seeding next spring? Ames says that the best results, LIMESTONE should be applied 4 to 5 months before seeding. We have a large fleet of new spreaders, spreading high-testing LIMESTONE at moderate prices. At this time of year the fields are dry and hard and our spreaders can do their most efficient work. See your local ASC office or Call us for Immediate Service FT. DODGE LIMESTONE CO. HUMBOLDT PHONE 98 FT. DODGE PHONE 4-0711 (48-4) ENDS TONITE (WED.) "TIME MACHINE' PIUS "39 STEPS" Thurs. Thru Sat. ALGONA YOU'LL BE ABLE TO SEE REAL GHOSTS THROUGH MY GHOST-VIEWER. FREE TO EVERYONE AT THIS MOVIE!!! CHARLES HERBERT-JO MORROW • MARTIN MILNER ROSEMARY DeCAMP and DONALD WOODS • written by ROBB WHITE produced and directed by WILLIAM CASTLE A WILLIAM CASTLE PRODUCTION -A COLUMBIA PICTURE PLUS CO-HIT MONSTER MACHINE VS. HELPLESS BEAUTY SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2 P.M. "13 GHOSTS" PLUS 5 CARTOONS AND SPORT SUBJECT FREE COMIC BOOKS Carol Martin, James Bleich Wed At Wesley I Wesley — Carol Martin. dau.uh- j tei of. Mi and Mrs Krc-sr Martin, was married to James Hleich. son of Mrs Magdeline Bleirh and the late John Bleich in a double ring ! c'crcmony solemnized by Fatln r Phillips al St. Josephs ' Catholic i church Saturday. Nov. 1!) at 10 j a.m. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a chapel length dress of chantilly lace arrd nylon over taffeta, iace bodice with scalloped Sabrina neckline, sequin trim, long sleeves. The veil was of pure silk illusion with a crown of pearls and .sequins. The bride's bouquet was a while orchid with a purple center and lily of the valley on a white prayer book. Margaret Ann Bleich was maid of honor. Deli ae Kemna and Johnette ' Bleich were bridesmaids. Verne Olson was best man, Merle Carman and Louis Martin, groomsmen. Ushers were Frank Mai-tin and Joe Coyle Dona Kellner, was flower girl and Bobby Sartor was ringbear- er. A reception was held at noon in the parish hall for 125 guests. The bride's sister Mrs Don Hauptman was in charge of the guest book. June Simpson and Viola flansen of Algona poured punch. Mrs Robert Kain and Angeline Foertsch cut and served the cake. Darlenc Forburger, Joan Loss, Ruth Ann Kellner and Katherine Ann Bleich opened Ihe gifts. Mrs T. E. Devereaux was dining room hosless. Waitresses were Marilyn Froelicb and Patty Bleich. The bride and the groom are both 1959 graduate of Corwith- Wesley high school. After a short wedding Irip they will live in Algona, where he is employed by the Robinson Produce and she in the Slate Beauty Salon. On Honor Roll Wesley students on the honor roll for the first nine weeks include Diane Diseiier, Louis Mar-tin, Carol Root. Joyce Paulson. Alan Jordan, and Arlene Coot/., seniors. Diane ' Ncwbrough, Mavis Nygaard and Barbara Leek, juniors, Linda Dolmcring. and Christian Nygaard. sophomores, and Lorranc Funnemark, freshman. Altend Wedding Ed and Russell Mailji of Keosauqua. Maurice Murphy and Mr and Mrs John Martin of Cantril attended the wedding of a granddaughter and niece. Carol Martin Nov. 19 and remained for a 2-day visit in the Reese Martin home. Other guests there Sunday "13 Ghosts" "39 Steps" Thursday thru Saturday "13 Ghosts" 7:Ob-9:55 "39 Steps" 8:41 Saturday matinee at 2:00 "Girl Of The Night" Sunday 1:00-3:10-5:20-7:33-0:44 Monday thru Wednesday 7:35-9:45 . Sun. Thru Wed. ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUN. FROM 1 P. M. P I * ,*' WHY THEY For the first time the motion picture screen tells the intimate, authentic personal story of girls like Bobbie Williams— a truth torn from New York after dark. "AN APUtT > • v .',, ! ' MOVIE - NOT RECOMMENDED at3a»**» TT* » •* > >-• ri » . rr.,T7,»- "f .. ..•-. « * . - »' ••• ••-< > 'i . ^? • • Jfm PRANeiSilOYD N6lAN-KAYMEDFORt) JOHN KERR wen- the Don Ilauplmans and 2 sons Walter Elsbeckers and family, and Mr and Mrs Cyril Kellner of St. Joe. i NPW Arrival Laiiy Lee \\ a.-, norn Nov. 1!) to! Mi and Mrs Art Plathe m the 1 lam nek Memorial hospital at Biiit. They wen- brought home I'iiu: >il.i\ •. Tin's- now have, 1 a, i.iinrly of four ,-.<>ns arrd three! ----- i Date Changed j The American Legion Auxi- ! iiary Chirslnuis party will' be !u Id Thm tday evening. Dee. 1, instead oi Dec. 11 as previouslvj reported. A pot luck lunch wmi be MI \'eu .it V o'clock, and each member- w;il i onli ilnite ;>U cents' toward a Uilcln n shower. Kita Yoiin'.;wu : h and Kileen Johnson are on (he entei laimnent committee. Noi'ine Sludcr, Clara Hauplman and Helen Youngwirth are on the kitchen committee. Christmas Parly The Annual C. D. A. Christmas party will be held Tuesday evening, December 13. At the Nov. 29 C. D. A. meeting, initiation ceremonies will be held for several women. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich of Ames spent the Thanksgiving weekend in their home here. Their guests were the Jack Bohns of Ames and the Jerome Gallag- !ys ol Des Moines and Mr .and Mrs John Hauptman. Mr and Mrs Carl Froehlich and Mike and Charles Froehlich drove to Milwaukee, Wrs. Wednesday and were holiday guests of the Carl Froehlich's daughter- Donna, Mrs Grover Foote and family. Johnette Bleich came from Oakland, Cal. last week to attend her biothe; Jim's wedding and will spend ^everal weeks here with her nroiher Mrs John Bleich. Mrs Donnelle Devereaux. Diane and Jack, Mrs Paul Erdman and Mrs V'eva Lease spent Thursday and Friday wrth the Lowell Erdmans al Decorah. The Mesdames Richard Smith, Charles Price and Paul Erdman attended Rebekah lodge in Brill lasl week where Mrs Erdman gave a report orr the recent assembly held in bes Moines. Mr and Mrs Alt Stucler visited the Leo Youngs and Lou Schleu- sners at Garner- Nov. 22. Mr and Mrs George Vilzthum visited their son George Vrlz- thurn, Jr. and family al Irving- Ion Nov. 20. Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber- had .this..Calvin Meimckcs of Jefferson, 'George Roeders of St. Benc- diel, tlie Harold We'oers and tin. Lc.Roy Grandgar-.erts. Mr and Mrs Mark Stucler and family were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Halvor i'lom Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving Day guests in the Wrll Hauptly Tiomc were the Bud Kutcharas of Bode 1 , Jack Kutcharas of St. Benedict. Margaret Ann Bleich of Garner. Donna Mae Bleich of Cedar Falls, and Vern Olson. Waterloo came for the wei k end with her parents Mr and Mrs John Bockes and her sistor Mr and Mrs Stanley ttcnrich. Thanksgiving dinner ^li'-sts in 'lie parental Albert "Wilhelm :..'Mie \\ere the I'eier Johnsons, Keith Wilhelms of Iowa City: ' I.orcn Wilhelms of Bonne; Bur- j m.- Wilhelms of Manson;'Roger IK vs. Iiichard Larsons, Sharon i UMiielm. Mike McCormai k of ilnmboldt: Kenneth and Konald \Vilhelm of Kagl(! Virove and Milt.'ii Wilhelms, LuVcino. Albert V.'ilhelm employed al OdcboH -.'. •-. home for the gathering of •ii'ir families. and Mrs Robert Itardcopf. Si . their son-in-law and diiugh- '••:. Mr and Mrs Daryl Ludwig •'!' Algona. were Thanks'.'ivin.: 1 :'in'-.'s of their son and brother. '::• Rupert ITirdcopf, Jr., family •' Minneapolis. Mi- and Mrs .John Bockes. her 'Aether Jess Huff, their daughter M: and Mrs Stanley Gem ich \- ere Thanksgiving guests of Mrs ''(tlie Jensen and son John at Webster City. ' Mr and Mrs Robert Murray, ll'diard and Jeanme of (Vou i Point, Indiana arrived Wednesday for the holiday week end •v"h her mother Mrs Clara Wolf licr sister Mr and Mrs ' Leslie Pec-humor and his sister Mr and Mrs John Voss. Jr., family. Week end guests in the Mi and Mrs Edward Dehnert home were her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Francis Pitlick ol Cedar Rapids. Phone CY 4*3535 — Your Newspaper Mr and Mrs Fred Baumga'rt- ner went to Roekfoi'd, III., Wednesday for the holiday week end with their daughter Mr and Mrs Durwood Burl is and Peggy. Make It A Merrier Christmas Make It A Family Christmas . WITH A NEW T-V HMS1U1VHM* RCA Victor vr ("h;iMU. I'ml/mcofl l-'niclily Mi'iml, jtru'o jjcL, ii-itu" (imi'ri)!. ,mi'>iruln: rh:«nnrl r<|n;ilt/fr, security *>-;<U-iI i.iifiiiLs. Slvloil in n-oiu-fbitl'-riiUT Ma- hcn'anv. \Valtiul nr O/ik-pi .'lined fiimhrs'iril cotunrt. H 5'-'h"; W CAN YOU THINK OP A BETTER GIFT THAN A WINTER OF T.V. AT ITS BEST? Evory network is now available in our area from Mason City, Mcmkato, Austin, Ames and Fort Dodge. You can even have RCA color T.V. In order to bo of better service to our customers, we now bave (lie largest stock of televisions in Kossulh County. You don't have to wait for delivery . . . chances • are we have the right model in the right color. i New is the time to play Santa for the whole family. ! Conio in and make a deal for a new T.V., High Fi, record player, Clock — Table — Portable Radio, or tape recorder. The time is right, the quality tops and you will find the right deal at "YOUR ELECTRONIC HEADQUARTERS" TOIVI'S RADIO & T.V Thanksgiving Busy For Folks LuVerne LuVerne — Mrs Mathild,, Stocldard had as guests Thanksgiving all of her children. The Howard Stoddards of Carthav.c. S. Dak., the Albert llct'tis.; the Edward E'bcits: the Lawrence Millers; the William Wicketls; the John Stampkas: UK; llarlan Helms of Thompson. Mr and Mrs Leslie Pcchumc.r were hosts to their annual Thanksgiving dinner for her family. Guests were her sisters. llu- Robert Muri.iys, Crown Point, Indiana: the Clarence Jurgenscns of Corwith; the John He-its of Marshalltown; her mother Mrs Clara Wolf and uncle Max Law, LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Bert Ramus and Sheri were- Thanksgiving .uuest:- of her brother- the James Seims at Ames. Their- brother the La;-, ry Serins of Decorah are visiting in the James Seim home. Mr and Mrs B. E. Mar-tin spent the holiday week end at liieii summer collage at Ely, Mian. Mr and Mrs Edward Len/. were Thanksgiving guests of their son ri7. family al 13ad- Clenricl the Jlarry ger. Mr- and Mrs Albert were guests of their i Mr and Mrs Eve.vft Stevens and family at Sexton Thanksgiving. Thanksgivin." guests in the William Pi'ior home v r i.-re thei; daughter. Mr ami Mis Jame.- 1 Sloler and Danny o* C'e.-lar Fall.- and his moihc-r Mr.s Ednh Prior of Ida Gi'ovc 1 . Mrs Irene Kiiiiu-y, ck.ughtei Penny of M'ubui n \veri- Thanks- jiiving week errd guests of hei sister Mr and Mrs Karl Mannim.!. Mr and Mrs Fore.M F. Feit \vent Mnnd:-v to )•' ,••( Wayne Indiana for a Thanksgiving visit with relatives. Goldie Gay Gue.v;, teaching in Cherokee elementary school, arrived for the holiday week end with her parents Mr and Mrs Elden. Guess and Sunny. Mr and Mis. 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