The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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fri, - Feb. 20 L*6j3f&c6 & Pioneer^ Sal. '* Feb. 21 Bob Whit«_feJ>tth. 7 id 1FKM. Open Si30 S Id 1C P.ML Open 6:30 'T*& Gel A Wile" Mark IV Quartet Bob Hale Records, Prices Parents Free Adm. SI.00 ALGON'A Saturday - 2 p.m. Children's Matinee Color Cartoons 6 II - Plus JAMES "MAVERICK" GARNER In Up Periscope' 2-Algona (la.) Upper De« Me!n«B thunday, Feb. 19, 1959 NOTE TO PARENTS! Every child occupying a seat at these special matinees must buy a iickett This is necessary if we are io continue these special matinees. Several From LuVerne Are Hospitalized LuVerrle *- Mrs Minnie HagJst is n medical patient in Diversity hospital, Iowa City. The state ambulance carnc Friday for Donald Janssen, ten year old son of Mr and Mrs Ear! Janssen. Frank Mueding, Sr,, 85, is now a patient in the Sisson Nursing Homo in Humboldt, He was hospitalized at the Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, several days. Phil C. Lichty was released Saturday fiom Mercy hospital, Fort Dodgp, where he was a surgical patient. Music Mothers Met The Music Mothers met Feb. 11, in the school with the vice president, Mrs Don Raber, presiding in the absence of president, Mrs Edwin Hansclman. Regular business was conducted and several projects discussed. Hostesses were Mrs Fred Frost, chairman, Mrs Bertie C. Ramus, Mrs Archio Thompson, Mrs Harold Wolf, Mrs Ralph Dhnlcr, Mrs William Goetsch, Mrs Peder Hjelmeland, Mrs William Erpelding and Lewis Block. . Norman Marty, 9 Norman Marty celebrated his ninth birthday Valentine's Day with 16 friends as guests at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty. His sister, Mrs Joe Guy of Goldfield assisted. Wedding Anniversary k Mr * and Mrs Earl Neal wero. t ' F 1^ ' < ONE of IOWA'S 1st SHOWINGS ! ALGONA NOW THOUGH SATURDAY! See this brand-new top action hit featuring Kookie Byrnes, new teen-age favorite of TV's "77 Sunset Strip," and starring: JAMES 'Maverick' as the skipper who hadhlmonhls n$tves,and.ot) his from WARNER BROS. ^ATOMIN-AWNHIl£-(MI(!N(MNl[R-F(lJWKGIfFOffl MM LESLIE -ftod^ SUNDAY & MONDAY 2 TOP MOVIE HITS For The Entire Family ^ Kith SAH BUI«A VA THE WITNESSES • '"*"'"' f»l »!.,•..„,«,» ICCflMDT f < LwtiWl Surprised on feb. ?, on the o<r- casion of their forty-seventh wedding anniversary. Guests were their daughter, Mr and Mrs Oen- ard Towne of Manson, their son, Mr arid Mrs Duane Neal. Joyce and Beth ahd neighbors, Mr and Mrs Albert Genrich and Mr and Mrs Jess LindebaH. They brought cake and coffee for refreshments. Mr and Mrs George A. filggles- ton accompanied their daughter, Opal, the Charles Nygaard family of Corwith, to Ames Sunday to visit their daughter, Julie Nygaard, freshman at Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Peter Ruberg of Thor and her mother, Mrs Emma Kubly of Renwick visited Friday evening with the Henry Kublys. Mr ahd Mrs Cal Bezemer of Cedar Falls visited Sunday in the Staitiey Genrich home. The ladies are sisters and the occasion to celebrate the Valentine birthday of Mrs Genrich. Mr an4 Mrs fiarl Neal were business visitors Friday in Clarion and also visited her cousins, Mr and Mrs Ollie Buchan. Robert Marty 'of Waltham, Minn., was a Tuesday overnight guest of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly. Henry' Loerwald returned from his winter vacation trip after visiting relatives in Texas and his daughter, Mary 'Ann Loerwald, Los Angeles, Calif. • Mr and Mrs Elmer Wendt and children of Bode visited Sunday in the Robert Bigings home. The ladies are sisters. Richard and Dorrance Thomas of St. Paul, Minn., were over Sunday visitors with their parents, the Bert Thomas family. Mrs Mabel Thompson accompanied her son, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Thompson and daughter, Madeline of Humboldt to Des Moines, Friday. They went to attend the capping service of their daughter, Gracej at the First Methodist Church. Mr arid Mrs Alvin Weber Visited Sunday with their .son, the Jerry Weber family, at Mankato, Minn. They went to attend the baptism of their grandson, Jerry Dean Weber, Jr., in the Methodist church. Other guests at tho service were Mr and Mrs Jerry Carlson, Minneapolis, friends of the Jerry Webers. Mrs Harry Naffziger attendee! a workshop for Girls 4-H club leaders in the rooms of the Methodist church in Algona. Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg left Friday for New.Berlin. Tractor Whed Comes Off Lakota — Irvin Schwatt, I farmer living soufh of feels very fortunate thai he wann't badly hurl or killed when oit» df the wheels carrte off his ' iracior as he wit " home la** W<niaejid4y . , t The mishap caused th« ireetor id turn over into ft* diich but Mr Schwa** w£» thrown clear. The heaVf snow ia the diieh helped break his fall, thus saving him from possible Injuries. 111., when they received word that Mrs H. C. Duewer, B5-, mother of Mrs Wittenburg, was ill. Rev, Walter Wolfram of Ventura occupied the pulpit Sunday morn ing in the Zion Evangelical Lu-1 ihcran church. , * ' , Mr and Mrs Stanley Genricij were Friday evening guests Ifl the Guy Giddings home and Sun/ day evening guests in the Vef-> luine Johnson home. The'occas- ion was the birthday of Mrs Genrich on Valentine's, Day. Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti visited in Aurelia Sunday with itheit daughter Betty, the'Harlan Helms, Robin and Rhonda. The dinner honored the former v Jean Hefti. , t 5| j Mr ahd Mrs Jama§ Blumer and children left Tuesday for their new home at Farmington, New Mexico. The family moved there and hope it will benefit health of Mr Blumer. Mrs E. C.- Marty entertained Sunday in honor of the birthday of her son Lawrence, Feb. 12, and son, Norman whose birth date was Valentine's day, at her farm home. Guests were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty and Norman, Mr and Mrs Donald Marty and Barbara, Miss Emma Marty, ,Mr and Mrs Joe Guy and sons, Den- Jiis and Robin of Goldfield. ••*'*, .The Bid Nine 500 card club" were Saturday evening guests ffine, Mrs The Comrade. Stihd&y WfeN giie&fe 'itj the U0mt al Chil&friith, evening with iff attending. _>evotions Aftd l&sofi -sttidy pre* Sfented by Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens, The entertainment Was In charge df Mf 'and Mrs Fred Werkle. The LuVterhe Cetfsetety Society et Thursday in thj? tOMWi hall With 53 present Restesse* were Mrs Clara wolf;. Mrs Eli Bagef- ahd Mrs Bdwafd ftftrtiti&vfiinga was placed ahd a fbessthg ganie rvtf jfW*" 3 ' **-A±^.tHp«^.-»_*j.'^ .•* J * won Irs Maffe- dard. Mrs Mabel Thompsdn has returned from a visit in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Nicholas Wolfe f&miiy in Fort Dodge* Mr, and Mrs Ri6hard Stringdf 6f Fort" Dodge visited hef mother, Mrs Theresa Assing, Saturday. Ex-Resident Of Ottosen Dies In Compton, Cdlif. .Qitosefi T _i Harry, ¥elford' oi Compton, Calif, passed away Sunday afternoon • after \ lingerini illness. His' brothers, 'Roy and Lawrence visited him a couple weeks ago. trfee-aUcti ef forces ad re-ruil sate, dat "weather See. us tot early ¥al6 feb. 19, Thursdafr Deiiefing, Baflcfatt; , chinery und blielr Angus' ,_, _. Yungeberg & QUihn, auctioneer!; Matters'& Traders bank.V-Baft* clerk. Sal<detaas in UDM £ J*t * k ' guarantee. !. ' • Artia *.otr" i i j< ? ill! with, the Earl Johns. Guest play-j, er,s "were Mr and Mrs Clif Rich-' s ardson," Mr and Mrs Bill Jergensen, Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman,. Mr and Mrs George Studer. 'At' p}ay, high, Billy Hardcopf and Mrs Richardson, low, Clif Richardson and Mrs Bowman. Nine Bid, George Studer. f Mr and Mrs Gordon Gregory, entertained their dyinter 500'card club Sunday evening. High, Mr and Mrs Milton Wilhelm, low,; Robert Will and Mrs Don Miller.' Travel, Kenneth Grein and Bid "Mr and Mrs Charles Ellingson and daughter, accompanied Mr and Mrs Eldon Ellingson of Mallard to West Concord, Minn. Friday where they visited Mr, and Mrs Albert Ellingson. Mr. and Mrs , Victor Meyer celebrated their wedding kn- niversary Sunday evening with a card party at their home/Their eighth anniversary comes on Feb. 18. Guests were ' Mr and Mi's Howard Struecker, Mr and Mrs Raymond Zinnel, Mr and Mrs Robert Blodc of WesUBend, Mi' and Mrs Alan Wehrspannj Mr and "jl Mrs Richard Kinseth, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and'Mrs Paul Meyer" and Eldon .Meyer. "Mrs Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery v ^^ Cj> v Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New Y..rk, N. Y. (Sprelal) _ For the first,time science has.found a'nc'w hcnlinR svibstunce with tho aston- iBhing Bbility to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itchinR, and relieve pain — without surgery. Intense after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amaziiiR of all—results were so thorouch that sufferers madn astonishing statements like "Pilei have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a -world-famous research iristitutei This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H:* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •Resr. U.S. Pat. Off. -f&dCrfme Martin Meye# prepared arid serv- ed'the lunch. Mr and Mrs Paul Watnem and <?jiildren of Cedar,Falls spent the weekend at his parents, Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem. ,Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen and John.attended funeral service's for Mrs Anna Peterson at Lincoln, Neb. Monday. Mrs Peterson was a sister of Mr Nielsen.* Mr and Mrs ^Eugene Hofius met her sister, Mrs Stanley McDonald of Pasco, Wash, at Perry Wednesday morning and took her to Algona to .visit her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon. Mr and Mrs-Hofi'us visited them at Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ivan Evenson and family spent Saturday afternoon at-the Al Thronson home, at West Bend helping both •the Thron- s,ori's celebrate their birtMays, which are on Valentine's'Day..'•'" ' Mr and Mrs Sam*Kropf visited at the home of their son-in-law arid daughter, Mr and Mrs Donald Wehring at Des Moines from Friday until Monday. Open House For Bud Couple On Anniversary Portland ,— Open house was held for Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms by their children, Sunday, Feb. 15, at the Legion hall in Burt from 2 to 5 p.m. The occasion was to commemorate their 25th wedding anniversary. Dinner was served for'51 relatives and "friends. - Those assisting with the noon meal, besides the Harms girls were Mesdames Bono Schutter, Edmund Larsen, Bill Champion Sr. Lester Gray and Jim St. John The three waitresses were Beverly.. Larsen, Mary McGuire and Donna Teeter. Sheryl Smith furnished music during the din- •ner ,hour. Three ladies from Mrs Harms' Circle, Mrs Ray Dremmel, Mrs Pat McGuire and Mrs,.Tom Trensry and also Mrs Rollp'Moore of Titonka assisted with the afternoon lunch. 'Mrs Martin , Feb. W. THutsd*. ...... Estate sale, % mill! west and miles*•north 'of* St. foe, ;,Ge.., era! farm auction. "" Lee Colwellr auctioneer, Xowa* .'State, - Bank, clerk. Details in: tJDM" last 'Week Feb. 23, Monday, —." Clarence Gardner sale, 2 east of 'SweaMJity on Highway 9. Farm- ma'chineryj hogs; etc. ,,Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Swea", City State Bank, clerk.- Sale details today in UDM. Feb. 25, Wednesday — Mrs Lloyd Schenk closing out sale,'-at farm located 2 miles south^arfd 1V4 West of Burt, of 6 north/Stta. l%.West of "the four, corners 'fit. Algona". ',Sale""will,-include com^ plete line of machinery. Yurige^ berg & Quinn, auctioneers. - Sal'e_, details" in UDM .today. ' * • "«' March'lfl, Tuesday — Cornmu- nity Sale in Fenton, Iowa. Anyone haviftg s items he wishes to.list may do 'so ,by, contacting, any business man in Fenton before February 28. Get your listing in early so we may advertise it... Harms of Titonka, poured. v *Mrs Edmund Larsen was in charge of the program,, Helen,'Betty, 'Rum, Nbrma and Mary Harms sang, 'accompanied by,- Sheryl Smith:' ,A reading was given by Mrs A. C. Hinckley. Another .reading was .given by Mrs Harms' sister, Mrs Pat Puttkamer,' Alden, and 1 a talk by Rev. H. A. Smidt. Mr and Mrs Harms were the recipients -of many lovely gifts. Thursday evening'guests at the Howard Sparks .home, -were Mr and Mrs Bill Goetz and GaVy. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks and Jim spent Saturday' evening at the Guy Dimondv home, Britt, for a coffee party for' Mrs Min: s nie Larsen of Montice'llo, Minni, aunt of'Mrs Sparks, and the birthday oi, Guy Dimond. ;fcMr4and- -Mrs Emil Eimers and 'Mr and' 1 Mrs CarHReynold&Vere. Sunday guests' at the J3. C. Sch t wietert home. Mr and Mrs August Bernau w er e Sunday evening guests. i Mr and Mrs Stanley R.USB and baby Leroy were Sunday guests at the Edward Harms home in Titonka. jUW. ^iel/-r;ji; Bulwark Every man believe! In something He has a creed — a "belief.'J He may find its, expression in "isms," political theories, of what not. He seeks an answer to the Question, "What i» 'Life's Purpose?" s \ Christianity gives anstter^lt has stood fot 2,000 years when other "jsms/%and beliefs have fallen by the kwayside.' ^vj;, :->. ^ f i '' -:Episcopalians,*tOo,'have.a creed. They follow LJ£ f..iLi* ~t ^t .A _* * f . rf->i. r i i-• -i •_« ^.i Episcopal Church is a "belieying", church —believing in God the Fa- 1 ther,.God the Spn, and God the Holy Spkit, one . God 7— b^lieving ! .^bat JesusxChrist came to earth 'to save, man 'from himself,* iand to establish a' diviHe'society in which ,all men are brothers. ^VThis belief is.the militant .spidt of. Christian-" J ity which, can defeat Cqmmunism"— - agd can defeat any^othet''|i|m" whlcb^i threatens'ouif God-' oiw.n freedom, a^d is tiie answer to man's' eter* question, "Wiat is'life's purpose?" , WoriT'you join us today in reaffirming our THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WELCOMES YOU ..ST. , THOMAS' CHURCH - ' , , , ALGONA Sunday — 11 a.m. Thursday — 7:30 p.m. -v- NOW Sunbeam Bread HAS IOWA BUTTER Added to The Shortening IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU! Wlien a car stands in t Winter cold, moisture from tlWair.can collect in .the low points of the gas line—freeze it shut—stop the f # * " , f ** flow of fuel. You're stopped until a tow-,truok,comesl. This WONT happen to you with Standard Gasolines with DE-ICER, De-icer prevents gas-line freeiel JSets ii at NO EXTRA COST, in Gold Crown SupW-Premium and Red Crown King-Size Regular-drive wqrry-freta.) you get itl \7ffT |f AHPW Q| PROPUCTI . . •-.' , HOPKINS SUPER SERVIOE r u <*i £ t ' r I \\ ~i \ * l ? <*. 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