The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1959 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1959
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Mrs Leroy McWherier. visHed Sunday by Mr and Mrs Clyde Gustin of Fort Dodge. Mrs Marian LaBarre and family arc in Keokuk visiting the parents, Mr and Mrs C. B. Schouten. Mrs S. E. MeMahon was visited last week-Tuesday by her daughter Mrs Richard Schmila of Storm Lake. ,Mr and, Mrs Ralph Moe have received word from their daughter, Mrs Dexter Stein (Jane) of Sioux City that she will soon return to University Hospitals at Iowa City for a routine check-up Max Millet Jr., was hete from Davenport the first of the week and spent till Wednesday with his parents. Mr and Mrs John Helmars are being visited this week by then- granddaughter Linda Wilschusen, of "Fort Dodge. Mrs Edna Mitchell will have her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs A. R. Potratz of Denison as guests Sunday. Mrs Amy Johnson was on vacation last week and spent a part of it at Emmetsburg with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Jack Slavers. Ex-Burt Man | Named To Drake • Faculty Post A former Butt resident, Paul 12. fiolie, 34 was named assistant Dfbfessor of education at Drake University recently. His appoint- hient became effective with the beginning of the summer session 1 at Drake. Mr Bolie formerly taught school at North wood and Burl, then was principal and superintendent of Sectional Baseball Pairings Released schools at Pleasantville. He will ••oceive his doctor of education degree from Columbia University, rtew York, this summer. He has a B.A. from Coe College and a master of science in education decree from Drake. DRIVE SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY The BUTLERDU) IT A HE MADE EVERT LADY IN THE HOUSE ... OH $0 VEEX" HAPPY/ .** JESSIE ROYCE LANDIS -ROBERT KEITH EVAGABOR-JAYROBJNSON-JEFF DONNELL-I PLUS THIS BONUS HIT OMETIMES A MAN GOES FOR A GUN OR A GIRL ^ EVEN WHEN HE KNO,WS THEY WIJL^DESTROY HIM -"'-'"* '''''''" '- -' '--' •irf CINEMASCOPE ' 'AND METROCOLOR ROBERT lLOR • ME LONDON •' ]OHN:C«[T[S THURSDAY Thru SATURDAY! //o fio » W f?0 NOW THRU SAT. ltsCraz^Skkedwifun! ! When Widow FioMsRailrood Tycoon With A giy.Younq ...Wlio Never Had MDAY JackLEMMON {^KOVACS Mr and Mrs M. C. Metcalf have gone to California for a visit with their daughter Ronctte at Los Angeles. Mr and Mrs Charles Lindhorsi New Sharon, came to spend Father's Day with the parents, Mi nnd Mrs Homer Lin^horst and remained the rest of the week. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pcol arr being visited by (.heir daughter Mrs" James Newell of Tulsa Okla. nnd daughter-in-law, Mr Larry Pool of New York City Charles D. Paxson, local insu ranee agent for Town Mutua Dwelling Insurance Co., attend etl a meeting held by the company at Storm Luke las-l week. Dick Meyer drove to Vinton Saturday to bring home his wife and daughter Joy who had been visiting the son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Richard Meyer. Sandra Peterson came last week from Palo Alto, Calif., and having completed her freshman year at Stanford University, js spending her vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wayne Peterson. Mrs Bea Baldwin sponl the weekend at her cottage at tho Okobojis, She had as guests Sunday her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall and family and Rosalie Hahn. Mrs Keihrine McEvoy has returned from Minneapolis where she attended the graduation of her oldest grandchild, Ka>therine Margaret, daughter of Mr and Mrs Maurice McEvoy, from North high school. » Patricia Esser, seven year old daughter of 'Mr and Mrs Vincent Esser, was brought home a work aeo Tuesday from Park hospital Mason City. She had been taken there several weeks previously for treatment of a heart ailment Mr and Mrs James Merryman -have had as guests the Iftter' brother-in-law qnd sister, Mr and Mrs C. V. Hoskins, Gail anc Terry, Memphis, Tenn., who als spent much of the time at Fos ,oria with the parents, Mr and VIrs W. W. Terry. Mr and Mrs Louis McEnroe entertained the former's parents, and Mrs Leo McEnroe at dinner Sundky. Other guests were ,ouis' sisters Rose Marie, Mrs _jeon Hugebeck, Harvey, 111., and Vera, Mrs John Rubin and three children of Waterloo. Mrs Edna Mitchell has had as guests her son and daughter-in aw, Caipt. and Mrs Willard Mitchell and sons Tom and Terry who have ;been living at Dayton. Ohio. They are moving to Palo Alto, Calif., where Capt. Mitchell will enter Stanford University for a course in engineering,-/E part of the air corps training. Mr and Mrs Don Hemrmnasen have the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Howard Louma and family of Portland, Ore., as guests. A family dinnei will be held Sunday at which they will be joined by the brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrt Charles .Smallwood, 'Fairmont Minn., and the mother, Mrs S. A Slater, Worthington, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ed Wolcotl anc Mr and Mrs Clavton Pittman and children spent Father's Day will Mr Wolco,U's father, Lawrence Wolcott and a picnic was held a Bricelyn. Mr and Mrs Delma Kern and family were unable t attend because the children hac the measles. Mrs Wolcott an Mrs Kern are granddaughters o the senior, Mr Wolcott. i Mr and Mrs Louis McEnroe spent a week ago Sunday at the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Louis McEnroe recently entertained at a family dinner and had as guests Helen and Julia McEnroe, Betty Ann McEnroe, Mrs Dorothy Higgins and son Bill and Mrs Jack McCaffrey and sons John and Jim of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs McCaffrey is the former Mary Helen McEnroe. , Max Mesinq returned last week from California where he had remained four 'month's. He came back with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jay Soppeland and Donna of Anaheim who will be here a fortnight. Other guests have been the daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Chailes Snodtjras and Jim of Des Moines. Another son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bob Ellis live a$ Catalina, Calif., and Max also spent s&me time with them: All high school base-ball teams from this area will start on the trail to n possible state champ- -ionship when sectional -baseball tournaments begin at two sites, Bancroft nnd West Bend, Monday* uly 6. Finals nt both sites will bo ployed the following Friday, July 10. ... All sectionals in the state will 30 played July (5, 8 and 10. The Uslrirt tournaments will start in July 13 and will be completed July 15 throughout the state. The sub-state meets will played at fight situs on July 10 md 20. The date and site for the sunimor state championship game will bp announced later. Listed below pairings in vnlving teams of this area. AT BANCROFT Upper Bracket: Sentrnl vs. Lal-.ota ('Mem, 4:00 p.m.); Armstrong vs. Sontrnl-Lnkntn winner (Wed. 0:30 p.m.). Lower Bracket: Bancroft, St. John's vs. Swea City (Mon. 8:00 p.m.); Burl VS Uiiigsted (Mon. H:00 p.m.); Bancroft, St. John's-Swea City winner vs. Burt-Ringstod winner (Wed. 8:00 p.m.); Finals (Fri, 3() p.m.). AT WEST BEND Upper Bracket: Cylinder vs. HumbohU ('Mi»n. 2:00 p.m.); Alno vs West ftnul (Mon. 8:00 pm.); Cylinrior-Humboldt winner vs Algona-Vfst Bend winner (Wed. 0:00 p.m.). Lower Bracket: Algona, St. Cecelin's vs. Pnlmer (Mon. 4:00 p.m.); Cor- wilh, Corwith-Wesloy vs. Kami- whii (Mon. (i:00 p}ivt.); Algono. St CeceliaVPnlmor winner vs. Cor- with-Wcsley - Kyi mi who ^vinnei (\Vt-d ti::t() p.m.lit; Kiiuils (Kri 7:30 p.m.). SALES BOOKS, register tick els, register carbons, adder anc rash register rolls nt tho Uppe Dos Moiivs Pub. Co., Algona. Local Team On Top Of Junior High League The Algnna Biuves rotitiiuied to set .the pare in HIP C;ifh:>lie Jltrfior High Hiiseliiill League by chalking up n 3-2 win over Whiltemore duiiiij! tho week, The Braves now h;ivc ti 0-2 wnn-lnsl reeord. Rrsulls fur tho week: St. Joe 7. AU;onn Dodders 3 Wesley 1, AU'onn Dodders 0 AlKoii:) Braves 3, Whi'temnn; ? Wesley 7, St. Benedict (i SI. Joe 7, Whillemnre 2 Standings W L Alconn Bnives . !) 'J. St. Joe . 0 . r i Wesley - . . - 'I 't St. Benedict ..I 5 Whitteimne * •! (I Aluona Dorljj(;rs ,2 7 TF IT'S "NEWS WE WANT IT Thursday, Jun« 25, •V' Af§»«« ««.) r inMn«*« 1 Ocheyedan recently and Lightning i f exploded it. Th^ had Just coltt- Lightning struck tho bartt on pleted a tebulWirig job oft tho Floyd Waiters farm near barn the day before. IF YOU UK6& "P6Yt6N PlACi" YOU'U LOVE THIS BRAND NEW H!T I SUNDAY and MONDAY! DRIVE Alqorca Legion 6-3 Victim Of Clare Clare downed Algona's Junior Legion baseball team, G-3, 1 at St. Joe Wednesday, Juno 17. The winners led all the way despite a six-hit attack by Algona. Clare got throe runs in tho irst inning and added one each n the second, fourth and evcnth frames, while Algona got wo in the second and a final ally in the fifth. Lot-bach, who hurled for Algona, led the team in hitting with two blows. Froehlich, Fickbohm. McDonnell and IHg - got one hit each. NOW PLAYING THRU SAT. **8*!&i' Fri., - June 26 Leo Greco And His Pioneers Sat., - June 27 Bob White fe Sun., - June 28 The Golden Voiced Eddy Howard And His Orch. "Tues., - June 30'- 8 to 12 Vacation Dance Parly 7 Differenl Stars or Groups Parents Free Adm.. $1.50 Wed., - July 1 New Surf Anniv. Party • On The House Penny Beer Free Pop - Popcorn- Ice Hoi Dogs Frank Buhr And HisJRamblers Thurs., - July 2 Jules Herman And His Orchestra The PRIDE and THE PASSION tSSS PLUS THIS "MOSTEST" SNACK BAR OFFER! (Available at the box-office) COUPON GOOD FOR 70c at the Snack Bar! AND it costs you ONLY 50c as Tony Lawrence, . 'ALEXIS SMITH-BRIAN KEITH DIANE BREWSTER • BILUE BURKE • JOHN WILLIAMS You get the BIG comfort dividends in vour 59 FORD... Some cars' floor optnlngs aren't shaped to fit people! £o you have to squirm and wriggle... make your body conform to the car when letting in and out To gain a low roor line* tome cars end up with higher floor "humps" and thinly padded rear seats.. • i combination that's mighty rough on the middleman. The squeezed-down, skimpy roofs of some cars aren't comfortable even for bareheaded riders. And they don't keep out excesilvt sunlight and glare. Uo SQDTRM NO SQUEEZE NO Wizards Meet Doors In 59 Fords are wider —up to six inches wider- end door openings ate contoured to /it you/ You get in and out of a Ford with greater ease and comfort. The girls really like Ford'« doors ... for more graceful entries and exits. Fords have useable seating space for six big people. The drlveshaft tunnel is lower and rear seats are deeply cushioned all the way across. This means more comfort for all passengers . . . especially for the man in the middle. The Wesley Wizards 4-H Club met June 13 at the Center School. 'Carol and Becki Girres were hostesses. Carol Girres and Mavis Nygaard gave a report on district camp and Louise Skaw gave a report on the state convention. Cheryl Jones and Janet Cunningham gave demonstrations. Vivian Pommer gave a talk and Judy Seabepg and Helen Skow gave a skit. Favors were made for the Britt hospital. Birthday Tom Cponey of VilHsca recently celebrated his 103rd birthday. He is Villisca's oldest resident. See how much more head room Ford has. Even big six-footers sit up straight without touching the roof. And Ford's big roof protects all passengers, in both front and rear seats, against the discomforts of excessive glare and heat from the sun. Greater comfort is only the beginning of the dividends you get in a Ford. You get tba World's Most Beautifully Proportioned Car, You get a big dividend in Ford prices ., .the lowest of the best-selling three. And you get saving dividends that cut costs every mile you drive. See and Action Test a new Ford at your Ford Dealer's. See how you can go finer,,.with more comfort... for less... in a new Fordl FORD DIVISION, "^•••i^^ Comfort-test the World'* Most Beautifully Proportioned Car*,,, World's Most PopwZar Can,,, tfts 69 Ford* ^ Check your car * Check your driving * CHECK ACCIDENTS KENT MOTOR CO. Algona, SEE YOUR FORD DEALER FOR "WORTH MORE" A>1 USED CARS AND TRUCKS .. .._ ""' . PP** • ' •

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