,«...„. .,4. — ~ •«t'A iM-J&itU Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson have been visited by their grandaugh- U '»* Pa l 1 ^ Clawson, Des Moines. Mrs Mildred Puts, has as guest for several days her daughter, Mrs Don Price, of Sioux City. Mr and Mrs F, M. Holi, B6tty and Alan plan to atterfd a family reunion June 20 at the Okobojis. Mr ana Mrs John Sires took Mrs Elsie Hansen to Carroll Monday: where Mrs: Hansen had Sa business appointment. Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann took her daughter Diane to Fort Dodge Friday in regard to an ear ailment. '..'•", Mr and Mrs Casey Loss had as guests Sunday their son-iri-law nnd daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Kulhmann, OttOsen. Wedding banns have been read for Don Christ, Algona, and Mary Jean Leonard, Wood River, Neb,* and Edwin Hammer and Karen Kuchenreuther. Mr, and Mrs Fred Geigel met the former's sister, Mrs Leonard Hays of Mitchell, Neb., ac Fort Dodge Monday and she will be here for a visit of several days. Mr and Mrs J. J. Wadleigh were recently visited four days by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Calvin Wadleigh, of Floris- unt, Mo. . Mrs Hugo Johnson accompanied Mr and Mrs Robert Black to Marshalltown and visited her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wallace Adams^ , Mr and Mrs V. L. Gunder have returned-from Tampa, Fla., where they visited Mrs Gunder's son-in- 'TW an* daughter, Mr and Mrs Roger Hirth. ; Mr and Mrs A. Ft. Cruikshank were Visited over the weekend by uu-'f son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Rolland Grefe, Des" Moines. Mr and Mrs Jack Haaq and familythave returned from Pequot, Lake, Minn., have concluded a vacation of a week. Dick God^ fredsori also had a cottage there for a week. Mr and Mrs William Ringgen- befg have been: Visited by the former's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Ralph Ringgenberg, of Oskaloosa and his undo A. V. Graber. of Rolfe. Mrs Bert Cronan tripped on a rug. at her home Saturday and broke her hip. She Was taken to St. Ann. She is getting along as well as can be .expected. Her son Don came Saturday from Toledo and her daughter Opal, Mrs James 'Cronin, came via plane from Austin, Tex., ENDS THURSDAY: "STALAG 17" Plus "A PLACE IN THE SUN'' FRIDAY & SATURDAY THE TOUGHEST HELL-CAGE IN THE NATION BLASTS OPEN! The membert of Court Si.' Cecelia, C.D.As of Algona were hostesses at a pidnif for the sisters of the Pre$entfltiOn,jMonday evening, May 25, at the Call State Park shelter house. Mrs Katharine MeMufray te- lurned Monday from Cedar Rapids. She had visited several- days with her sister Mrs Emma Forney nnd cousin Mrs Minnie Buvge and friends. Mrs William Ringgenberg has returned from Blue Earth, Minn., and a visit there with her parents, Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle, with whom she spent her birthday June 6. Mrs Robert Lampright nnd lit' tie daughter, Sandra Jean, have concluded a visit here with the parents-in-law Mr and Mrs Harold Lampright, and the parents Mr and Mrs Gene Murphy at. Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Don Hemmmgsen and family were called to Worthington, Minn., last week by the sudden death of Mrs Hemmingsen's- step-father, Dr. Slater. Funeral services were held Monday. Mr and Mrs Theodore Hutchison were in DCS Moines last week Wednesday and Thursday where the former attended the State Bar Association meeting. Others in attendance were Luke Linmm and G. W. 'Stillrnan. ' ; Pamela Waller, daughter of Mr and Mrs Russ Waller artd Nancy Lowman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman have returned from a week spent at Madrid at the Girls Recreation Association camp. . Baptismal rites were held a week, ago Sunday in St. Cecelia Catholic church for Brenda Jeanne, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Jergen and Kolley Louise, daughter 'Of Mr and Mrs Merle Thompson. Mrs Meda Redfield, former resident here now living in DCS Moines, came Monday for a visit of a' few days with friends. She is house guest of Myrtle Turnbaugh but will also be with Mrs Elmer Phillips, Mrs Ben Potter and others. Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg spent the weekend at Minneapolis, with the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Dale Persinger. They took the mother Mrs Elizabeth Zaugg, of West Bend to entrain for Portland, Ore., where she will spend the 'Summer. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney were at Burt Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch and making arrangements for the Raney family reunion to be held July 5. It is an annual event and always well attended. The meeting will be held in the Burt Legion hall. Mr and Mrs Bob Post have moved from . Topeka, Kan., to Denver. Colo., and Bob is engaging in the same business, a Chevrolet garage and agency. Bob is well known here having grown to young manhood and graduating from the schools here. He is a son of Mrs Hugh Post and brother of Djfck. PLUS THIS CO-FEATURE ONE BULLET LEFT-' FOR THE KILLER! FRED MAGGIE MacMURR AY-HAYES A MORMHQSIOE PRODUCTKM • A COLUMBU PICTURE PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, JUNE 21 Henry Charles SUNDAY, JUNE 28 Guy de Leo No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 SUNDAY And MONDAY THE MIR IS USED TO with men, or, tanks, or women. And tie meant to take this; lovely iceberg -by force if Sharon Kay Sabin Weds First Methodist church here yas the scene of a wedding June when Sharon Kay Sabin >be- ame the bride of Roger Hanson n a candlelight ceremony at 7 p. m. Rev. Newton Coughenour of- 'iciated at the double-ring cere- nony in the presence of 175 quests. Mrs Rex Taylor was organist and Darlene Skogstrom, soloist. Maid of honor was Marilyn Simpson. Mrs Robert Mochle, Sheffield was bridesmaid and Carolyn Sabin, junior bridesmaid. Gerald Hanson served his brother as best man. Martin, Smith was groomsman and Carroll Sabin junior groomsman 1 . Candle lighters were iRUssell Canaday and Gary Swanson. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of Point d'esprit over satin appliqued in hand- clipped Chantilly lace. The gown was fashioned with short softly gathered sleeves with guantlet; to the elbows and a scallopec neckline, buttoned in back. The skirt 'was of frothy rows of ruffles of Point d'esprit with ruffled with sequins and pearls. Her veil was finger tip length of imported English Bridal Illusion, i-ler jewelry was pearl earrings snd necklace, a gift of the bridegroom and her flowers were a bouquet of red roses. Following the ceremony, a re- ioplion was held in the church parlors. Wilrna Brown was it charge of the guest book. Mrs John Goodman presided at the punch bowl and Mrs Clnrcm-t Canaday poured coffee. Mrs Willard Gregson and Mrs Harolc Campney cut the cake. Dining room host and hostess were M and Mrs Donald Jennings of Vin ton. The gifts were opened anc displayed by Darlene Fries, Mar ilyn Harr and Mrs Ralph Rich ards. The bride is a 1958 graduate of Algona high school and is employed at the Johnson House. The bridegroom is also an Al- Showers Honor Elsie Ryg OfOtfosen Cll6*«n — Elsie Ryg, who will be married July 3 nt 7:30 p. m, at the Luthernn church to Edward Broesdor of Algonn, xvn.i honored nt n shower at the Commercial flub 'building Friday evening, Prtseilla Holt registered the guest* us (hey arrived. The honored guest roeeivfid 'n vorsaijc from the hostesses. Also presented corsages were, her mother. Mrs Jacob Ryu, the mother of the groom-to-be, Mrs Win. Broesder of Algona nnd his grandmother, Mrs Agnes Walker, ilso of Algona. Mrs Harold Mountain gave several readings. Carol Kemna jlnyed throe numbers on the neeordion nnd Mrs Albert Thorsen gave a humorous rending, lelping the bride open her -Rifts Wore iMary Hroesder of Algonn ind Mrs Wilmer Boceklioll of liilmore City, Donna Johnson. Beverly Kninpen and Pamela Cooper. A dainty lunch was served bv the following hostesses, Mrs II D. Benson, Mrs Fred Kampen, Margaret Holt, iVlir. John Vinaas, Mrs Melvin Ellinuson, Mrs Percy Watnem. Mrs Howard Thompson, Mrs Ed Kemna, Mrs Antone Speich, Mrs Martin Meyer, Mrs E'si-Ve Cooper, Mrs Joe Traub, Mrs Richard Kinselh, Mrs Lester Wehrspann, Mrs Mike Coy'e, Mrs Ivan Evenson, Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs Loren Daniel, Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Arthur Lovig. Mrs Albert Thorsen and Mrs Earl Long also Mrs Harry Len/ of Duncombe, M!rs Rasmus Olson or Livermore and Mrs Norman Helleselh of West Bend. Miss Ryg was given a shower Thursday evening nt the Good Hope church. Mrs Ryg also attended. Thursday, Jun« TO, 1959 Alflono (Ifl.) Upp«f 0*t Mot**»~* Mr and Mrs Russell Hansoft and family of Rochester. Minn. Sun- clay they celebrated the,, sifcth birthdays of Kristie Siruthers nnd Betsy Hanson. Mrs Harvey Thorsen celebrated her seventy-fifth birthday Saturday, Afternoon guests were Mrs Molly Berge, Bcrge. Mrs Thor Mrs Harold Olson, Mrs Hello, nnd >Mn: Elmo Btirber of Bode, Mrs Charles Welter, Mrs W. 'E, Hundertmnrk and Mrs Albert Thorsen. Edwin Speirh is attending n Co-op elevator employees con vention at. Vacation Village at Lake Okoboji from Sunday until Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher and daughters attended a family reunion »!. Hi'? Clarence Jensen homo at Osoge Sunday. The American Legion auxiliary cleared $31 on the bake sale they held ill Alme's store Saturday. The Etigle Grove circuit radio committee met FrMay with Mrs Harold Mountain. The Wacottsta-t>o«R*l3esl 4-H club will hold a bafee sale at Alme's grocer^ Saturday, «Tdfte 20. Twenty-five rcatives attendee! a potluck dinner at the W. G. Cooper home Sunday, to honor Mrs Helen Campbell who was 79 years old June 9. Mr and 'Mrs Maurice Satert* and girls of Rochester, Minn., were Monday visitors at the Hoy Enotfksons. Mr and Mrs Everett Lane, James, Susan and Bruce became members of the Lutheran church by transfer. Before they are rrtarried women want to know if there is a man in their future—afterward they want to know if there is a future in their man.—The 'Firefighter. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Now Playing Thru Saturday ! 1ST RUN IN ALGONA - BOTH IN COLOR Mr and Mrs Victor Banwart are the parents of an 8 Ib. 2 07.. daughter born Friday, June 12 at St. Ann hospital at Algona. HORROR PACKED1 "Night Of The Blood Beast" LUSH MAIDENSI "She Gods of Shark Reef" DRIVE Sunday - Monday - Tuesday . --.„ gona high school graduate nnd is "i" has been named Karla Jean. employed by the Bituminous Material and Supply Co. here. After a wedding trip, the couple will live in a trailer home on the farm of the bridegroom's parents.—Glenn's Studio Photo peplum of Chantilly .lace dotted —UDM Engraving.) Mrs Wilson Abernathy and daughter Carol and Diane were here Saturday from Mason City and spent the day with Mrs Clark Orton, Mrs Maude Blake and Mrs Acldie Driver. Mrs Blake is getting along nicely after having suffered a broken hip in a t fall over a rocker. Mrs Hortense Ferguson accom- naniecl Mrs W. W. Annis and Beth to Fort Dodge Sunday and visited her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs John Ferguson and family. Mrs Annis and Beth joined her later and all were supper guests of Mrs Laura Smith at Friendship Haven. Phil Kohlhaas spent from a A TEMPESTUOUS' NEW J.OVE STORY FOR THE STARS OF "THE KING/ M-G-M presents ROBERT MORLEY • E. G. MARSHALL, Jfl$ON RQBARDS, JR, IT KAWR • OAVIO KOSSOFF . MABIC MEM week ago Monday till Sunday at Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had eye surgery. His daughters Anita Rose Kohlhaas, Minneapolis, and Mrs Dale Brand of Clarion were with Mrs Kohlhaas. Anita, RoSe and Mrs Brand will be here to spend Fathers Day with their parents. Mr and Mrs H. M. Knechi, who have been living in the Myrtle Turnbaugh house on South Sample street have purchased the Mrs Alt Sr. home at 603 south Minn, street. The Turnbaugh house has been rented by Mr and Mrs William Tordoff, Cherokee. Mr Tordoff who is with the highway patrol and recently transferred here. A picnic at the Ambrose Call State park was held a week ago Sunday at which those present were Mr and Mrs Clinton Godden, Mr and Mrs Fred Beitz, Mr and Mrs James Norris, Mr and Mrs Al Witmus, Mrs Marie Crabtree and familyr Madrid, and Mr and Mis R. W. Rash, Hubbard. Following the dinner all attended the Sandra Marlow-Martin Smith nuptials. Marilyn Lowman* daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman, who teaches physical education in the Dayenpprl schools, and hqr brother-in-law and sister Shirley, Mr and Mrs William Burney, Des Moines, left this week on a two week vacation at Portland, Ore., with their grandmother Mrs Anna Nordstrom and other relatives. They will also be in California and Colorado. Another daughter Judy Lowman is in Des Moines and staying at the Burney apart- mbent during the sister and brother-in-law's absence. She attended Maryville, Mo., college last year and will enroll again in the fall. Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppmann returned recently from a trip to Sacramento, Calif., where they visited in the home of their son, Louis Scheppmann and family. While on the coast they also met their other son, Chief Warrant Officer LeRoy Scheppmann and family who returned to the United States after a two-year tour of duty in the Philippines. The Scheppmanns returned to Algona via Yellowstone Park, Mt, Rushmore and other points of interest, The LeRoy Scheppmanns left Thursday for San Diego where Mr Scheppmann will renort to the U.S. Naval Station for duty. LONE ROCK NEWS Thursday, Mr and Mrs Forrest Hansen and family of Greeley, j Colorado, visited in the Lillie 'Thompson home. Thursday, Mr and Mrs Jim St. John of Burt visited in the Dale Wegner home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris were guests Sunday in the Dale Wegner home. Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow and family were Saturday guests in the Mrs Mary Schiltz home of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Art Schillz and family of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow and family, and Bernie Kramer of Alg<.,jia were callers last weekend in the Mrs Mary Schiltz home in Bancroft. Mrs Mary Gen rich and Mr- Daryl Hansen visited with Mrs Millie Nolle of Algona recently Mrs Eva Thompson of West De.= Moines and Mrs Ruth Krucgei were Saturday guests in the Mary Genrich home. This makes three daughters for the Banwarts. Lyle Waechter, who has been at the University Iowa, is home for a few clays, but will return for summer school. Donald Waechter will return 'With him for a few days visit. Weekend visitors at the Eugene Siruthers home were her parents, Mr and Mrs R. M. Hanson of Polk City, her brother Ed Hanson and his fiancee Georgia Ellingson and another brother, Fri., - June 19 Frank Buhr And His Ramblers Sal., - June 20 Jules Herman And His Orchestra Sun., - June 21 Young Adults Modern Swing Link & The Convertibles Ladies 50c Before 10 Tues., - June 23 Teens Link & The Convertibles Sun., - June 28 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra ThcBattte Cry Story of The American Commandos GARNER 'MAVERICK' himself m bis li'st starring picture!; WNBT cur IROSPEI PLUS THIS BONUS HIT The adventures of two little runaways! Japan TERESA WRIGHT. CAMERON MITCHEU-S MOWER Ralph Fulton of Hepburn recently lost the ends of a thumb and two fingers when he attempt- to clean the grass from a power imower, OPEN in the Front Half of Bjustrom Auction House at the corner of State and Jones streets in Algona * , ^ ' , ^ '' .. . ^ . ^ Complete Stock of33& 45 R. 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