The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 13
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•* If OUND MfB Atihur Glase* and daughter Peggy attended the silver anniVerss,fy Sunday at ' for fflr and Mrs Richard Johnson, son &f Mt and Mrs Oliver Johnson, Was released Saturday front St. Ann hospital after being a patient fof weeks following a rocket ex 'periment, injury. He has re- covefed nicely, Marilyn Lee Burmeistfe? has been promotec) to Chief Operator at, the Nprthwestern Bell Telephone Co. at Spencer. She is former Chief Operator here, a -.position now held by Monica Stbrf, "formerly of Rock Rapids. Mrs Edith Hayenga, Fenton, and Mrs Woodrow Kracht, Lone Rock were Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs Kracht's mother,' Mrs Kathryn Doege. Mrs Doege, accompanied Mrs Kracht home for a- Week's visit. •• Mr and, Mrs -Harold Gilmore spent the weekend in their cabin at Rapidan. ' The Carl Morcks Si- have opened their summer place there and are spending much of the time there. \ M* and Mrs Phil Dtamon< vacationed at Clear Lake last week. Mr and Mr* Aithur Glasef family and their Son4n'law and daughter,, Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson and family ..plan to spend the coming weekend at their cottage at the Okobojis. Mrs Mark Sfanlon and son, James, left this morning (Thursday) for Boulder, Colo. Mrs Stanton/ principal of Lucia Wallace school, will do graduate -work sfc the university. Mr Stattion Will join his family later this month. Jwfc aft<l 6ter# Wail*r Mtef )Wi of last Cl&ar Lake as guest* o Mr their To W$djAlgona Man Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson and Bobby, Kay and Donhie of Cedar Falls visited here F,riday. They left Saturday on a month's western trip. At Seattle, Wash., they plan to Visit other' former Algonans, Mr and Mrs Winton Tripp. Ruih Circle of the Presbyterian ehurcft metv-Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Wilbur Reinders. Co-hostesses were Mrs Leon Martin and Mrs Stanley Sorenson. Devotions were giyen by Mrs Don Asa and the program by Mrs IJarley Troutman, Jr. For Dad's Big Day—KING-SIZE Gift Lenox Jumbo Coffee Cup **Reserved For a WonderfurGuy** Here's a redly original gift that's sure to, please Dad. Best of cdl, lietl use it and enjoy it every day. This handsome, "man's size" jumbo cup and. saucer is., hand-crafted of world-famous Lenox China. The inscription, Reserved: For a Wonderful Guy, is slwrt hut says A lot.*Decoratecl: : with an original sporting* scene in rich, sepia tones on a warm ivory background* 24-k gold trim. A truly distinctive gift fa a special Lenox box. .^«*..,...«.«...**... $995 Mr and Mr* 6Uver Bnkken and the latter^ sister. Mrs Pete Mai-; srud s'peht,Sunday at Slue Earth] Wtfi the Bakken's sori-5n^law arid r Mr and Mrs Wayne aftd family. •> ,. ->•* « .* *• ':! -. ! Iff »'nd Mrs fid C?ilmor« and _Jhily'*lBre leaving Saturday for Morida and will visit three weeks With Mrs Gilmore's parents, Mr and Mrs Sidney Cunningham, formerly of Boonetown, N. J. « * * * , Mts R, E, Llab returned" home Saturday after spending a week at Minnesota Lake, Minn., where she cared for her three grandchildren while their mother, Mrs Kaplan 1 Herbers, was hospitalized following surgery. * * * Mr and Mrs Don v Cesh were visited Memorial Day by Mr and Mrs Paul Cash of Des Moines. Sunday they had as guests Mr and Mrs Keith Cash and son Bill of Albia. The Messrs. Cash are brothers of Don. . » * * • .. „ Wendell Steven recently finished a course ,in linotype at the University of Iowa. <Mr and Mrs Steven are living Hn Algona where' Wendell is employed for a short time at the Conodo Oil Station. They will 'leave for Tripoli, June 22, where he will be employed by the newspaper. Phil Kohlhaas, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas, Algona, attended' Mass recently in St. Peter's Cathedral at Rome whilo on furlough from an army post at Stuttgart, Germany. Popti John was celebrant at the Mass. Phil and tw6 of his army buddies spent several days in Rome during the latter part of^May. Mr and Mrs Mel Griffin and daughter Kathleen spent a week ago Saturday L and Sunday in So. Dak.'Mr & Mrs Griffin Visited at Salem with brothers-in- law and sisters of the latter, Mr and Mrs Kim Earnhardt, Mr and Mrs Ken Hallas and Agnes Reddin. Kathleen went to .Clark where she was organist at the 'wedding of^a friend. ^ Mr "and Mrs Harold Smith were visited Saturday by the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Orville Beresford of Kanaw'ha v who also attended the Sabin-Hanson wedding. Other guests of' the Smiths were Mi and Mrs Elvin Ray Moore and little' son Gary pf Muscatme They also spent some time with Mrs Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Smith. The Daily Vacation Churcl school at the Presbyterian churcl will present -its closing program Friday evening at 7:30." at the church. Teachers are Mrs George Cook, Mrs Irwin Malueg, Mrs Don Hemmingsen, Mrs Richard Burl, Mrs Glen Jones, Mrs • William Marshall, Mrs Malcom Alexander, 'Mrs Merlon Baker, Mrs Dick Meyer, Mrs William Reinders, Mrs Wayne Hansen, Mrs Joseph Skow,'.'Mrs Claude Ruark, Mrs 3'W-ayne Klein and Mrs Gordon Jail.- Helpers are Marilyn Skow, Dianna Rentz, Mary Jo Brower, Diane Malueg, Connie Hall and Gerber. Thundoy, If, Alflona Me and Mrs George L. Brcka, of Brlit, Iowa, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Marie to Mr Dennis E. Gink, son of Mr Eugene Cink, of Algeria, towa, and the late Mrs Irene Gink. The Wedding will take plade at the St. Wehcesluus Catholic hurch, Duncan, Iowa on August 11, 1959. (UDM engraving). AmaHa at Ml, St, Francis Convent tn Dubttque. Mrs Tnul is a si$ter of Sister M. Amelia. Sheila Kriders of Algntia i:< visiting this week here in the home of an mini mid uncle, Mr and Mrs WiWc Thttgea,' Ednn rmd Mnriam Fridores of AlgOiid are visiting hert' in the hpitie Of nn uncle nnd aunt, Mi and Mrs Bill Bormann. , Sheryll Reding, daughter of iSlf ntld Mrs Harold Rcdin£« arrived home on Thursday to spend the weekend with home folks, Sheryll is senior sluuftU nurso in Sioux Gily. Ardis Thilges spent from Wecl* nesday till Snturdny in the Norbert Frideres home in Livorrrtore. Mrs Adam Kramer returned home the first of last week from Si, Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where she had been a surgical patient. Lenora Hilberl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Hilbcrt, came homo on Thursday from St. Ann hos* pitnl in Algonn where she underwent an appendicitis operation, May 27. Robert and Petdr McGuiro, sons of Mr and Mrs Leonard McGuire, had thelr'tonsils removed in St. Ann hospital Friday morning. Darrel Tlofcr, son of Mr and Mrs Mike Hofer, camo home on Thursday from St. Ann hospital in Algona where he hud been a patient 3 weeks following a car accident. Carol Erpclding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Erpclding, assisting with the household duties this week in the Francis Fandel home near Whiltemoro. Masses in St. Joseph's parish o'clock untes»Mb%wJse 'Mated, j St. JosepVl/SS.'SB eighth gradfc 3tu<lonW ajrtf. to report to St. Jfoufph's Sf*Jtt>ol ott Friday at 1 p m. and Saturday at 0 a.ffc. for tests. Mrs Alfred Grill wiH be in charge, RECORD ~~" Mary Both linage recently Rrn-Uinted fioin 12 yp.a'rs of 9ch<x>T in Norway with n perfect attendance record of not missing a day of school. 4TH When ttrrnlcc Vorhes received her diploma recently, she was the fourth generation of one family to graduate from Rockford high school. Her great grandmother Rraduatcd 72• .years .-.SHOP:for Stales with Eugene, Oregon, and San Francisco, Calif, special stopping places. The group have oeen classmates at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis, Dies In LeMars Sister M. Fabiola -O.S.F., sister of Mrs "John Frelinger, died al LeMars on Friday, June 5. Funeral services were held at Ml. St. Francis Convent in Dubuquc! on 'Monday morning at 9 o'clock with relatives from here attending. Sister M. Fabipla was 78 years of age, spent '57 years as a member of the Franciscan Order in Dubuque,- with 25 years spent at St. Anthony's Home in Sioux City, the last years spent at Sacred Heart hospital in Le- Mars.' , Sunday evening visitors in the Raymond Kohlhaas home. t Karel Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Bormann is expected ionic for the weekend from Chicago where he is employed; Mrs John Thul and Mrs Milord Plulhe were visitors Thursday and Friday with Sister M. * Registered Jeaefer - American Gem Society ALGONAJOWA YOUR Wedding Gowns Will Become Heirlooms \ We know how to clean 'your gown for storage! Our long experience with delicate fabrics .assures perfect results! 10th Anniversary Mr and Mrs" Willie, Thilges observed their 10th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 7, with a picnic held at their home.':'The honorees were presented with a purse and a decorated anniversary cake topped off the; picnic supper. Attending were- 'Mr and Mrs Will Thilges " Sr. of : iAlgona 'an'd Mrs Nick Bbrmar,":'0f lie're the'honorce's parents Others were' Mr and Mrs Alfred Bormann and Nick of Lone Rock Mr and Mrs Ed Friders, Shelia Edna and Mariarmof Algona, Mi and Mrs Nonbert Knecht of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Merle Laubenthal of Whittemore; 'Ted, Joo and Chris Schmalen of West, Bend, Mr and Mrs Albert Thilges, Mr and Mrs Dick Bormann and Dwight and Mr and Mrs Bill Bormann all of here. ' hei'9 during the summer months will be held at 7 and, 9 o'clock starting with Sunday, June 14. Week day Masses arc at 7:30 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Fri., - June 12 Kenny Hofer Sat., - June 13 Charlie Trussell And The Airliners Sun., - June 14 — 9 to 1 , Young Adults -,, „.,.>,. Modern Swing Night Eddie Randall And The Down Bealsjadm. $1 "Tues.. -June 16 Teen-Stroll" Eddie Randall _ And_The Down Beats __ Thurs.,"" Juive 18 The Most Talked-About '- Musical Personality Paul Neighbors SUNDAY, JUNE 14 Ray Lewis SUNDAY, JUNE 21 .„-<«a.Henry^Charles ' ~ SUNDAY, JUNE 28 Guy de Leo No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 >, BBW^flU JjSiitft^ *f^r NOT ONLY C WE PROTECT YO ; UR DAUGHTER'S INVESTMENT . . , BUT WE ARE I?EAPY TO INSURE Y,QU OF, A Mary Zeller Burial June 10 At St. Joe Si. Joe —- Mrs Mary Zeller, 89, mother of Mrs Maggie Thilges of St. Joseph's parish, died at Watertown, South Dakota, Sat-, urday evening, June 6th. A funeral Mass was held Tuesday morning at Watertown and following the services the body will be brought here to the Mrs Maggie Thilges home. Tuesday evening the Rosary was saict, and a Requiem High Mass was read on Wednesday morning at St, Joseph's church at 9 o'clock with burial in St. Joseph's cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home of Algona was in charge of arrange- mentis here. Mrs Mary Zeller was well known in the St. Joe Community laving--lived here many years. She would have celebrated her 90J:h birthday Sept. 23. On Tqur Of West Elaine Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner, is ac- companing Ann Leahy of Carroll, Carm BaRocca and Judy Harncy of Chicago on a several weeks trip through Western . >Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and family, ; were guesis Sunday in the Lawrence Kirsch home near Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lawler and family from'•'• Humboldt were Freshly Cleaned and Pressed FOR TrtE WEDDING pr ito; wear to Church June 21, I Day . . , . Makp Them of You on YOMR 0AY1 BRINQ YOUR CIOTHI5 TO W I HEAhlNG OF DAMAGES BUFFALO CHEEK MARSH WHEREAS,. The Stato Conservation Commission, is mntcmplating certain improvements'.in Sections 10 and 21 of rownshin, 07N, Range 28W. Kossuth County. Iowa,'.and, WHERKAS, such improvements in- vojves the construction of certain dikes ind outlet control structures designed ['or the purpose of impounding waters !o elvatJon 1125.0, Conservation Commission datum, and, WHEREAS, in the opinion of the said State Conservation it is necessary and viv the public interest that the afore- mentionlkl improvement work be done, and, WHEREAS, a survey, engineers report, and general plan have been made Tor said improvement. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that this Resolution of Necessity be, , and is. hereby adopted under provisions of Chapter 112 of the 1958 Code of Iowa, and that the plan and report above referred to be hereby ,-onsidered approved as a tentative plan, and that with the approval p£ the 'Iowa Natural Resources Council, u hearing to be held on June 25. lasi) a I. U;00 o'clock A.M. at the offices of the said Conservation -Commission, State Office and Laboratory Building, East Seventh and Court Avonue, Dei Moinoa, Iowa, and at which .agreed time, or at any time prior thdreto, any .•laim for damages 'which may be eaused by the construction shall be filed with the said State Conservation Commission. The Stale Conservation Commission Bruce F. Stileii, Director. (Published June 11 and June 18, 1959 in The Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moines). FRIDAY & SATURDAY THE NEATEST TREAT OF THIS OR ANY WEEK! LOUIS KEELY PR1MA * SMITH JUMES GREGORY »!U< HENRY SLATE • KIM CHARNEY • BARBARA HCUflt M SAM DUTERA ««t THE WITNESSES • wmtw 17 RAPHAEL HAYES «rf JAMES WEJT, rratucitfby HARRV ROMM • P»«W by DAVID LOWUL RICH • A COLUMBIA PICTURE ON THE STAGE ^ SAT. 9 P.M. "MISS KL6A- ALGONA BEAUTY PAGEANT" OFFICIAL KOSSUTH COUNTY FINALS MISS UNIVERSE CONTEST SPORT SHIRTS FOR DAD AT DIAMOND'S All Size;; , > . Choose From 1200 BS IRON-HUNGRY BLOOD MAKING YOU ONLY HAIF A WOMAN? Then DUeover The WpjwMul ty9$id<4jjraqglhy(iing »nded g»pefipt(v fpr Woment eaergv «? yoii,r«el ftnc agala fasti ft rjtoJii.Jfcimgry E!ood M bap left you weak apd run-down — only ''half" a woman-r get piuklium's ~ ' • oft'ti BOOU Jeel Thii |r«n Tpnle run-down you can't Often due to "iron-Hungry Blood" (•simple Iron deficiency anemia). Tlien it's needless to suffer sucb .,„, _ _„„ 8. FlnjcUam's Tablets, only Irou toulp made especially for women J Rlcfc In iron, =<"""»•«•« "all" woman , , ,'ftelp fculld rich, red tlco4-..to restore $trcugtu I FOB HJMALE AILMENTS! Lydio fi,. Pinfchaw'* monthly pcin, change-0/-l»/e DRIVE NOW PLAYING THRU SAT. OF THEIR TOP FUCKARQOS PRESLEY CAROIYN JONES in "KINO CRiOLE" FRANK TONY CURTIS • NATALIE WOOD "KINOS 00 FORTH" Tommy DRIVE - MONDAY - TUESDAY (This Feature Starts 10:15) THESERSBQILINTHC THAT BMrnE ADVENTURE IftCK WARDEN'BRAD Plus This Co-Feature (This Feature Starts 8:30) WEBB Trumpets and trouble in the roaring 20'$ THE WESTERN SKY NEVER ECHOED A WILDER THUNDER than the weird war-cry of the leaping Basque mountainmen! , Kicking, biting, fighting and falling for 6s the "animal m buckskin

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