The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1959
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- f-^fcjV AC - [4- ' , , ,** j, -<< ' I£> i f ito^Bt^a^a^i^iJkj •lIlllJU.' THUftS. I FRIDAY At 4tOO P,M. (Sat. At 1P.M.) ';• ' - £Htifctt»i 3S* tHjSi NOW THROUGH SATURDAY! ^FUNNIEST ever told Fred Mac PLUS 3-STOOGES And CARTOON IN COLOR Water 40 Years April 30, 1959 Algoftti (la.) Upper Bit Moln»«~7 Everett Wlthnm, Mrs Elmer, Witham, the erojani's sistctr fi$d! Mis Oscnr Patterson. H^siessx^s melndtd Mrs Alvin GncHredmi, Mrs Wayne Lynch. Mrs Gme RolUg, Mrk Claude Johnson, Mrs Clarence Men?,, Mis Fred JohnmU'Scn, Mrs .) "H. Johnmieson. Mrs K. Cwwh, Mr.i Wnodrow KrachU Mrs La\vi.'n,v Ktiniin, Mrs Joe Kenmn, Mr. Lewis Broese, -Mrs Leo Crmvlev, Mrs Iivin Htdiardsotv Mrs .Toe Lynch. Mrs Hnlph Drinrin, Mrs D;m< Lynch and Mrs Henry Loofl. Iii u very simple ;ind qiiinl \vcd- dni« lit the Little Brown church at Ni^htui, Iowa, Ellen Withnm, daughter of Mr and Mrs Everett Witham of rural Bancroft, became thi> bride of Robert-Th'eU-of" Em- me-'-'burj.'. Sundny afternoon, Apr. 5 in tin' presence' of only the very immediate? family and close friends. A wedding reception wns .held at the home of the bride's par* cnts the evening of the wedding. Approximately SO relatives find lose friends were in attendance. The nowlyweds left <thnt same evening for » honeymoon trip through the Rlnck Hills, Wyoming nnd Nebraska. 'Ihc tfr»om left April 14 for Camp Cwv.m, Coin t where hr In'fum his basic army training. Tim bride left Friday afternoon for Colorado where she will join her husband. FARM Mrs Eli/nbt'th Lonneman ol Little Ruck recently eelobrrder her 93rd birthday. She has lived on (he same farm in Little Hock since she was a bride in 11178 The town of Little Rock h«st bier in existence 75 years nnd Mr: Lonneman has lived there 7< years, mt> 16 %£>, • * 5^ Wl v ^:vsr; A S%f'3y-. s f^ • *' ;f'^ ' •; •• .'>;-5! i; M>* A, ' 1^'^ I Wfl rowi V !:!::;t!!lHiti iilPiii Now Id The Time For P^-Pldnt Application CALL OR SEE US ABOUT THH SIMPUCItY AND ECONOMY OF APPLICATION , Inc.-AEgoiia 509 Diagonal Phono CY 4-3548 Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper FOR 4 DAYS! TI fc «vl 18^ | «APf€/^€D/ ...Nothinq so happq has ever happened lo M.G.M.I DEBBIE nEyflorDS TONV DOUGLAS ^Matin^ ^^W^r ^Bj^^l^w ^P ^^ ^^Bf f«*«" FREP CLARK UNA MCRKIl. - PLUS - CARTOQN IN COLOR CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Mr and Mrs Walter Steven of Algona, above, will have open house Sunday, May 3, from 2 to 5 p.m. m observance of their 40th wedding anniversary. They extend a cordial invitation to all of their relatives and iriends. (UDM Engraving). the day wore Rod and -Donald Williams of Siblcy and Bay Smith of Lewis, Iowa State students. Birthday Curie .will meet with Jessie Rnsh Thursday the 30lh. There are no birthdays. Each member is to bring a white elephant gift. Fortnightly Club will meet Friday, May 1 with Mrs James Christensen. Mrs Merle Neilsen of Spencer was an overnight guest of Mrs Etta Holdreri Ins! week. Mrs E. C. Schwietert with ^M Isenbcrger spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Elsie Baum in Lakota. '.Mr Baum, who was to have surgery last week, developed a cold so the operation will bo later. . Mr and Mrs E. P. Frcdenek'pn •ittended n family dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs I. J. Olson irt. Osage Sunday of last week. Mi- Olson is a brother of Mrs Frederickson. Enroute home they visited the son and family in Swale- dale. Past Matrons of the Burt group were guests of the Algona Past Matrons Club Tuesday. The one o'clock luncheon was held in the Masonic Temple. Erna Baars Is Hostess, Burl Woman's Club Bull — The Durt Woman's Glub met with * Erna Baars Monday evening, April 27 with Ruth Clapsaddle and Rowena Ryerson assisting hostesses. Federation News was given by ; Lettie. Vogel: a girls <lrio gave the First Primrose -and Waltz of the Flowers and a film was shown by Erna Baars with recorded rrvusic oi TschaikoWsky, Lefie McMullon and Lillian Frederickson had a display and told of the beauty of nature found, in yards and gardens. V.F.W. Auxiliary Installs Burt V.F.W. Post and Auxiliary meeting was held at the hall Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Jessie Miller, Algona, and Ella Sigsbee. Auxiliary officers" were installed as follows: President, Betty Miller; vice president, Hattie v 'Schrader; secretary, Jessie Chafee; treasurer, Inez Graham. A past president's pin was presented to the outgoing president, Hattie Schradeh •Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Howard were at the Seib Behrends home in Humboldt Sunday where F. dinner was given for Ila May, whose birthday is May 5th and for,-, thft^mall.-daugjvtcgr,^jf v0 ftc Donald Bjerstcdts. Olher guests were Ihe Gordon Sigsbees & the Don Bierstedts, the latter family of Carrolli Mr and Mrs Elwood Miller with Mr and Mrs John Huibregtse of Estherville were Sunday dinner guests at the J. L. Miller home. Mr and Mrs C. M. Gross have a wee granddaughter born las', week to Mr and Mrs Wm. Gifford of Lone Rock. Mrs Gifford is the former Roseann Gross. Mr and Mrs- Ben Bahling with Mr and Mrs'•; Walter Sorenson spent Sunday in Minneapolis where they attended the Ice Follies and Cinerama. Many friends of the W.S.C.S. attended a surprise birthday party in the social room at the church Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs Samek, wife of the minister. A short .program waa given,'lunch was served''and the honoree received many nice remembrances: David Christensen, student at Ames, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs James Christensen. Accompanying David for Ssncca — Mrs Robert Thicl nee Ellen Witham, was honoree at a post-nuptial shower hsld foi her Thursday evening 'at the Seneca School gymnasium. Mrs Lawrence Komna of Bancroft had charge of the progr.-.m which consisted of tap dance numbers by David Lynch of Lone Rock and accordion selections by Carolyn Madsen. She. then introduced Mrs Wayne Lynch who conducted an audience participation contest. The winner'of the contest was Marcia Hartshorn Breitenfcld. Mrs Lynch then introduced Alvin Godfredsen, who played organ selections while the bride- opened her gifts and while refreshments were served. Assisting the bride with her gifts were Mrs Lawrence Kemna and Janice Goche, Bancroft. Mrs Irvin Richardson, El more, Mrs Danny Jorgensen, Ledyard and Patricia Lynch, Lone Rock Mrs Elmer Witham registered the guests. Gladioli corsages were presented to the bride, her mother, Mrs, Now Playing Thru Saturday KIRK DOUGLAS In "Paths of Glory' JERRY LEWIS In "Rock-A-Bye Baby" SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY CMONTQ NEW OWEANS fOK AU AMERICA 5 FAVOKlIt Pius This Bonus Hit * FONDA, ANTHPNV PERKINS crowds RNiTURE CO ESTABLISHED 1925 *tt»^**i»*~Mw« li-i*: »t.J<««4 M &• fe' .•^i i ,^> L4Sd*-r SALE ON MATTRESSES BOX SPRINGS LIVING ROOM SUITES Some At Less Than % PRICE DISCOUNTS DOZENS MIRRORS Re9. S11.80 — 20 x 28 ^ Reg. $13.95 — 14 x '46 Reg. $19.95 — 30 x 30 $ 7.88 $ 9.88 $13.88 CARPETING UP TO ON OF HOME FURNISHING BJEMS SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES-FLOOR, SAMPLE 3 FLOORS OF FURNITURE AkGON NEARLY ITEMS

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