The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1959
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Mr and Mrt Nat Strip laft last Wfelk oft & tW6 We6ltS ValCfi* tJonJn'Florida -. • Mil Anna Hellinga spent Sunday at Britt-with her br6ther-in* law and Sister Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson. , •"•.;*'• Mr find Mrs Bernard Fareien were diriher guests Sunday oi the letter's parents Mr and Mrs Simon Weber'at Whlttemore. Mrs L. 6. Hanson was recently Visited by her lson-in-law\ and daughter Mr and- Mrs - Maurice Mortenson, of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Ralph Valentine •were visited Sunday by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ed Miller, of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Pfller Gronbach drove to Ruthven last week Wednesday and visited 'Mr' and Mrs L. C. Sundall, parents of Mrs Gronbach. Mrs Delia McKee is at Ames visiting her son and daughter-in- law Mr and Mrs Otis McKee. 'From there she will go to Springfield, Mo., for a visit with Mrs Rowena Runche. She . Will be gone about a month. Mr and Mrs Donald Steinman have moved to Chicago, 111. Donald has been there for some time and was recently joined by his wife and little son. Mrs Steinman is the former Mary Lou Valentine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Valentine. Mr and Mrs Richard Dallman' went to Estherville Sunday/ -to> visit Mr and Mrs John Dallman Jr., and to see the baby born to them recently who has been named Alana Sue. in the evening they went on to Terrill to visit Richard's parents Mr and Mrs John Dallman Sr. Ellen Cartoon *f>4fcla edutol* of days this ^eek in Fort Dodge with friends. Mr end Mrs Charles Schlevftrt were visited Tuesday by Mrs Raymond Sehoenittg, of Spencer. Mrs Bfertha Koesiler was taken from the Good Samaritan Home to St. Ann hospital Tuesday morning.' .torn Zendftfr a studenl at Si. Thomas College in St* Paul, spent the weekend here with: his parents Mr and Mrs E 1 . J. Zender. Mrs Warren Godden was visited over the weekend by her niece Linda Farrell, of LuVeme and Sunday by her brither-in-law,and sister Mr and Mrs Roy Clark, of Burt. ' Howard Lowman and Don Moore drove to Aberdeen, S. D. last week Tuesday and returned the following Friday, They went there wjth^a load of corn for the Pioneer company. Mr and M» Ed Hagg speni Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter Mr" and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf and little " son Mike at Estherville. The Tolsdorfs recently purchased a farm there. Mrs A. A. Kading had as guests Saturday her son-in-law Melvin Longerman, Dean, Darlene and Wayne,- of Ledyard and her daughter-in-law Mrs- Raymond g and children , Marvin, as and David. Everett Black came from er Tuesday to attend/the . . Jers and Daughters banquet at 'Qie First Baptist church with her mother Mrs William Geering. She was accompanied by Mrs Margaret Roberts who was guest speaker, and by Mrs Dyrl Jones who was guest of -hen mother Mrs John Schimmel. Mr Iftd Mrt C, <3. Maeumbf r feht Sunday at Burt with Mrs Macufnbttr*8 mother Mrs Ann J. ft, Millet ii leaving Monday and Jfrlfl * remain till Friday in Des Moihes attending a meeting of the Thermogas company, M*s Henry Kohlhaa* had as esls" Sunday her son-in-law and aughter 'Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lamer, , Sharrie and Timmie, of Humboldt. > * Mr and Mrs Peie Jot$en*on were« Visited Monday by the latter's cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs Marry Morey and son Jimmie, of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Arthur Jackson had as guests Sunday their sons- in-law, and daughters Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen and Mr, and Mrs William Knoll, of Lone Rock. Mr arid Mrs Mi C. Metcalf plan to spend the weekend at Sioux City with Mrs Metcalfs brother- in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Frank Igou. Mr and Mrs Pete Jorgenson have moved into the house on East Lucas street which they purchased frorn Nick Maharas Jr. They had been living in the Mrs Otto Westling hovtse at 1608 East Poplar street. Mr and Mrs John Prew, Jr., Sioux City, and Mr and Mrs Ralph Prew, Sutherland, came Sunday to ' visit John Prew, Sr. v at Good Samaritan. While here they were guests of Mr and Mrs Ewald Voigt and Mr and Mrs Don Prew. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbusch were dinner guests Sunday of their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Paul Teglund at Belmond. They were joined there in the afternoon by Mr and Mrs Joe Funk and family. Mrs Funk is another daughter of Mr and Mrs Kickbusch. - ' Dr. and .Mrs Harold Erickson had Mr and Mrs Sheldon Amonsen, of Minneapolis, as weekend guests. They were also visited last week by, Mrs Erickson's parents Judge and Mr'S O. J. Anderson who were en route home to Buffalo, Minn., from Golf Port, Miss., where they had vacationed a few weeks. A Mrs Ted Larson is expected this week from Madison, Wis., where she has been with her son- in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs Easter Finery ***^for*tkeygffk^:-''- Now's the time to 1 get the girls ready for an early Easter! Here, at low pre-season prices, you'll find a prettier-than-ever array of Easter Sunday best and .party dresses, in the whirly skirted styles the girls like best ... in spring's, most delightful fabrics and colors. Some cost-^ umes in the group, too. Come, see. x $2.98 To $5.98 GIRLS EASTER COATS Nicely tailored Spring coats of all wool fabrics. Navys and pastel shades in adorable stylings. 3 to 6X 98 ..,, -| Q98 and 7 To 14 14 and i am .. Wonderful, Machine-Washable ACRfLAN TOPPERS Completely washable, the m«t practical toppers ever 1 end Stylid with a flgjr for Sprihgi Stefi 7 te, J4 t '*""'* tflVJt * "0139 « , 'IS H • B QNIY PpriBl^iF I Richard Campney To Wed St. Paul Girl In Summer Mr and Mrs Harry W. Moberg 2261 N. Lexington,'St. PauV Minnesota, announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy Ann t< Mr Richard Ellsworth Campney son of Mr and Mrs Walter E Campney of Burt, Iowa. Miss Moberg is a graduate of Hamline University School of Nursing, St. Paul, and is presently ,a member of the faculty at.the Allen Memorial Hospital Lutheran School of Nursing lii| Waterloo. Mr Campney is a graduate of Iowa State College, Ames, and taught Vocational Agriculture for two years at the Correctionvillo Public School, Correctionville, Iowa. -He is presently engaged in farming with his father. A summer wedding is planned William Hobbins a few weeks. Mrs. Hobbins was sick j with a virus infection and, Mrs Larson went to aid with the children. Mrs Hobbins is the former Meredith Larson. Mr and Mrs Marlin Shiltz of Bancroft and 'Mr ,and Mrs Cecil Kocpke of Algona, took their mothers, Mrs Tom.Molamphy of Algona to see her daughters, Mrs Jay Carlson of Wesley, who had surgery at Iowa City, Feb. 3. Mrs Molamphy also visited' her son, Tommy Molamphy and family at Winfield. Jon Rising, son of Mr and Mrs Vaughan Rising, has been hospitalized five weeks in the naval hospital at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He has had major surgery for removal of a blood clot and will will be hospitalized from four to siS weeks more, though he is making good recovery. Jon is in the medical branch of service. ( Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell drove? •to Fort Dodge. Sunday and met, "the"" Tatter's brother-in-law and: sister Mr.and Mrs Russell Hester (i of Earlham for dinner. From there Mr and Mrs Hutzell drove to Humboldt and visited Mr and Mrs Cannes Ackerman and took them to Cherokee to, see the son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell and little sons. Oscar Monson, Ex-Wesleyan, Critically Sick Wesley — Osonr Monson of Mason City, formerly of Wesley, Is critically ill in the Veterans hospital, DPS Moincs. following seven heart ntlncks. Mr arid Mrs Charles Price nnd her mother, Mrs Monson visited him Mnreh 9 nnd Mrs Monson remained with him. Mcf Despite Storm Five American Legion Auxiliary members braved the blizzard conditions nnd deep snow banks find met with Mrs Myrtle Lease at her home Thursday evening. The ladies made 70 place cards for the Knoxville Veterans hospital; 30 chick and 25 bunnie favors for the Woodward Stale Institution. Mrs Loose served lunch. Home On Furlough Lt. nnd Mrs Tom Forburgcr of Milwaukee, Wis. came Feb.. 28 for a week's furlough in the parental, Tom Forburger nnd Dr. Rnncy homes. They left for Ft, Sill, Okln., where he will have 20 weeks of advanced training before leaving for overseas duty. On. March 4 a family dinner party was held at Algonn in their honor. Guests wt!Ve the parents, Larry Youngwirlhs, Al Erpcld- ings, Ken Forburgers and the Joe Krieps. An evening of cards followed in the Youngwirth home. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Andrew Reising report a new grandson born March 5 to Mr ,and Mrs Lyle Huff of Mason City. Mrs Huff is' the former Ramona Reising and the 7 pound 10 ounce infant is their first child. John Huff is the paternal grandfather. A baby boy Robert Lawrence was born recently at Britt to Mr and Mrs Orlando Peterson who also have a small daughter. be held March 13 at 1:30 p.m. at the Wesley gym. A P.T.A, meeting was held at the Wesley gym Wednesday, March 11. Music mothers had a panel discussion. Mr nnd Mrs Victor Loebig hnve n new granddaughter, Sua- anno Lee. born Feb. 25 to Mr and Mrs Ellery Loebig ol Ames. Mr nnd Mrs Ted Hanson of Seattle, Wash, cnme Saturday by plane to Minneapolis where his father, Theron Hansen. met them. Ted was best man at the wedding of his brother Vnlgene Hanson nnd Jean Price Sunday afternoon in the Methodist church. Mr nnd Mrs Theron Hansen held open louse in the church parlors Monday evening in honor of the Ted Hansons. Mr nnd Mrs Leonard Studer entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mrs Donovan Studer and Mrs Philip Studer won hi«h and low score prizes for women, Ralph Schipull nnd Philip Studer for the men. , Mr nnd Mrs Kenneth Haverly entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mr nnd Mrs Dunne Sluder nnd Mr and Mrs Dennis Haverly were guests. Mrs Merles Rnsmussen' nnd Mrs Bernard Kunkel won high and low scoro prizes for women. Loon Gardner nnd Merle Rnsmussen won high and low for men. Franklin Bode won travel prize. Mr and Mrs Roman Eisenbaoher nnd family of Armstrong were Sunday guests of the Joe Studer Thursday, March 12, 1959 Algona (la.) Upp«r ft** Ma!ft«*4 family. - ' Mr and Mrs Ed Hyn^ entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Wilfred Becker <won high score prize, Wm. HYubes, low Fcore prize and Mrs John Muehc, travel prize. . ' Mr and Mrs Bob Munger and family of Algonn were Sunday callers at the Ed Downs home. Tf% V ''^"V'^ 1 ^ "A. ftp . ••& ALGONA FRIDAY THE 13th SPECIAL LATE SHOW! STARTS PROMPTLY AT 10.45 SO YOU CAN GET HOME EARLIER Weaky Homemaketf meet Ha** 1? in the Lester Slaitt hotfce, l$rl Ralph Wier will be aSsistaftt fc«M- ess. Mrs Lcti Lickteig and Mrs Law- rcnce Baylor attended a hobby club party recently in the hcWhe of Mrs Lickleig's daughter, Mrs Ed Kenyon of Whlttetnore 1 , UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends W.S.C.S. Met W.S.C.S. met March 4 in the Charles Nygaard home. Mrs Glen Gabrielson and Mrs George Detmering were\ assistant hostesses. Mrs Jones conducted Lenten devotion service and candle lighting ceremony. Mrs Al Wagner gave the missionary lesson. The .group voted to give $25 to the Community library and .to pay for the new floors in the parsonage . The Brownies enjoyed a skating party at Algona Sunday afternoon. Al Loebig took tho 'group. ' Mr and Mrs Bob Yohn ofr.Man neapolis were weekend guests o: her parents, Mr and Mrs Augus Garman. Mr and Mrs Ed Weig and family moved this week from the Ben G. Studer farm east of Wesley into a tenant house on a farm cast of Corwith. The kindergarten roundup will PLEASE NOTE! — Only one complete program will be shown Friday night to make way for our late show. "Tarawa Beachhead" starts at 7:35 Friday, and "Maracaibof' at 9:00. ALGONA FRIDAY TARAW SATURDAY! EACHHEAD THE FIERCEST BATTLE, EVER FOUGHT KAREN SHARPE ONSLOW STEVENS Nrittu t* RICHARD ALAN SIMMONS *<**,< w CHARLES H. SCHNEER , oi,, t i,«t,PAULWENDKOS A MORNINGSIDE PRODUCTION A COLUMBIA PICTURE mm MATHEWS HE ADIS KAY Plus This Co-Hit Fri., - Mar. 13 Konny Hofer And Tho Midwcstornors Sat., - Mar. 14 Jules Herman And His Orchestra Tues.,, - March 17 St. Patricks Ball Jules Herman And His Orchestra ALGONA SPECIAL Children's Matinee SAT. 2 P.WI. 6 Color Cartoons — Plus Rod Cameron In "Southwest Passage" MONSTER IT BORN IN AN ATOMIC REACTORI FRANKENSTEIN IOM DUCGMI • M UN • DONALD BARRY • NM trAUBKY SCHENCK IMMO ri GEORGE 1K1NG«T£$ WINNER OF AN ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATION FOR THE BEST DIRECTED PICTURE OF THE YEAR! . . . Featuring the top tune, "the Children's Marching Song." ALGONA SUNDAY For FOUR DAYS!.. • ADMISSION 25c-60c-75c • SUNDAY FEATURES AT 1:10-4:10-7:10-10:10 ONLY ONE FEATURE AT 8 P.M. MON.-TUES.-WED •mssr - SHORTS START AT 7:30 '(A*. A woman s story as monumental as"A Man Called Peter'/as inspiring Highest Mountain MARK ROOT SCREENPLAY 61 I80BEL LENNART - PLUS Cartoon In Color

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