The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 2, 1959
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ftayffL$ftd S, Seheftek of Ak gdha r te]8elVM a ibachetot of gdfencl deifee ih forestry 1 at the §0th aftntial Commencement exer- tlses a% Oregon State OV" CorvalliSf Oregon, recently. Thurs., - July 2 Jules Herman Aftd HU Fine Dance Qrch. July 3 lr * it* M _ Midwest Caravan Sal., - July 4 Celebrate The 4th In Clear Lake Dance T6 Dott Hoy & Oreh. Herbert Smiths Observe 25th At Rmgsted Ring&fed-^ A host of friends of Mr and Mrs Herbert Smith met in the Presbyterian church parlors to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary June 28. Mrs Vfcfn Hohn had charge of the guest bo6k.. Mrs Louis Rels poured co'ffee. Kitchen committee, Mrs Louie Maas, Mrs Cedric Thomas, Mrs Harold Justice, Mrs Lawrence Anderson, Mrs Charles Lund, Mrs Louis Reis, Mrs Herbert Jacobsen and Mrs Clifford Nelson. Seneca 4-H Club Holds Annual Tour DEAR JOHN HANCOCK? Although I am not _. it, this is a birthday letter. When you and agwup. ,*,,,, your we Cresco M & D Club Sun., * July 5 Young Adulis Modern Swing The Big Beats Adm. $1.01) Tues.. • July 7 **- 8 to 11 Teen Dance Eddie Randall And The Down Beats Parents_Free_-- Teens_75c "Thurs.,» July 9 Warifeti Cdyirigtoti • Wilii The Fabulous TOMMY DORSEY ORCH. 1 Featuring Warden ^bvington Adm. $1.70 plUs ix. tot. $.180 The Cresco Mothers & Daughters Club niet June 10 at the Call State Park shelter house. This was the annual Guest Day meeting with 2b present and several children. Our Club Mother of the year, Mary Miller, was presented with a plant. Hostesses were Mrs "Jerome Eisenbarth Mrs Lamont Wellendorf and M Ronald Genber. Mrs Albert Van Buren and 'Mrs Jerome Eisen barth were in charge of the 'program with contests and games being played. A covered-dish picnic lunch was served. Mr Merle Teeter is joining the club. Typewriter and adding macnine supplies at Upper Des Moinfes Pub. Co., Algona. . buddies iRhed a very important document 183 years aW,, Slv started something. Two days later, on the fourth of July, dopted your Declaration of Independence and a new eg he United States of America, was born. I thought you might leriiniir how things are going dn this particular birthday. . I ain writing S you. Mr Hancock, because although your • coiV cock' on anyUVing has grown to mean in our language, signing anything official. „ * * this THE FIRST YOU MIGHT LIKE to know about . I cut it;** eii»^ IA ' w^*»vr**.v. --•—-*in i77fi hut 183 vears later we are still independent, but ... ----- money. „, «, * on n" P hSy"oTno U w S 'jSh H ot V mu C ch?f?naS?n H° ™*"£™ff WGVG ground« DUL tousy itsti j j _ju_*»j 4 x-»r»ir nvo ctiil Seneca — The Sonwn Progressive Farmers 4-11 club held .their annual club lour Juno 15. •The group mot at the England Ktvme and drove to the homo of Mike Hassel where they saw Mike's sheep. Donnld Ilnnisch Exhibited his sheep project find Kenny Beaver showed two beef calves. James Borguin exhibited ftj litter of pigs and Mary England inhibited two sheep and n boof. Jerry England's project was corn, Conservation and tractor. Richard ajhrt Roger England each showed t^o sheep as did Jean Hartshorn and Craig Jensen. Larry Johan- tiesen exhibited two baby breves. 'At the John Struecker homo, Tim exhibited a b-aby beef; Ver- rton WilbcrR exhibited two shoop and Rodney and Jamie Jensen, baby beeves. Leaders accompaning the group 6n the tour included Caleb Hartshorn and Ray Bcrguin. Parents who accompanied Iho group included Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen, Mr and "Mrs Rogor Jensen, Mr Fhfcsel Jensen. Mrs Kimfer Han- inch and Mrs Hay Uergum. Dean Barnes, •t?xlonj-ion dir'-'cior, ' also accompanied the group. Tho group enjoyed n picnic dinner at noort tit the Enghmd homo. Following the picnic the group played Softball, Additional punsls for dinner I included Lois Wilborg and IVm- 1 nio Crouch. Prospective members who were guests included Loren Men?, and Orion Johnson. , Jufy Will be Included in the cr o#dt according . attending the northern towft director, Deaft Aftrteultural Experimental Asso- public, as well elation 1 * twenty - ninth annual members, ra invited to field day July 10 at Now Flaying Thru Friday! Mrs Cecil Baldwin entertained the June birthday club at her homo Tuesday afternoon. Guests, who all have birthdays in June. included Mrs Lyle Englnnd. Mrs Melvin Mndson. Mrs Herbert Krausc and Mrs Alfred Godlred- Paul Newman In "THE LONG HOT SUMMER" ,Mr and Mrs Harry Clark of Rock ford, 111. were recent callers at the C. O, Bnilcy home Mr nnd Mrs Gary Best, wTiose home is in California, nre visiting nt the parental Laurence tMicnswaiiK homo, Chrol Johnnnesen, who linn foot operation recently, had the stitches removed Friday. Plan Field Day Several Kossuth county peopl FOR JULY 4TH HOLIDAY FUN ! 6eo. Montgomery In "BLACK PATCH" DRIVE SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY MARLON BRANDO I AND AN EXQUISITE NEW JAPANESE STAR.] SUNDAY and MONDAY when the fellows go up there on trips. WINNER OF ACADEMY AWARDS! andI wildI Indians when you were busy with your quill pen. v DAVID NIVEN BEST ACTOR WENDY lilLLEfc (BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS) . HECHT-nilt-lRHC»STEK pnstll RlTAHAYWORlH DEBORAH KERR AND NEVER So EXCITING A CAST ...So BOLD A MOTION PBCTURE! because ships were quite im THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY yo g J'd be inerested n trade today, portant to you in your day^ also. ^ ^ T OTS-OF OUR SHIPPING TODAY IS STILL done on the water, but ftS* °y F =u°wp|<, b, ,«,»£ ? bo"Vh ? way,- gy Ujnmg, the their homes to Philadelphia. - ign S? S LIKE A NOOSE AROUND THE MAN HUNTER'S NECK SHE HUNQ THAT HATED NAME... RIClVOWENS• RtoVunOHS- RICARDO MOKTUSAH • MARINA SCOTT- MIYOSHfuUEKI- JAMES GARNER A best supporting actor actre»«j "... B » M it..iHiiKotlwn PLUS THIS BONUS HIT ISlSS'SSgf of a hundred men and thousands^ horses. Ui-ciaranon. * * * GENE EVANS •MifeSIWJGHNKSVn.wV HOiAticuHiiz vk.iti. w«'*'w v . owj^ouiii rtCJunt ® PLUS THIS CO-FEATURE ! Thrills of the Big-Time Rodeo Circuit! "BORN RECKLESS With MAMIE VAN DOREN TOP DISK-JOCKEYS PICKED ITS STARS, PICKED ITS SONGS AND .,//'_?. ARE IN IT TOO! * >t/ «et something called reapportionment. ^ thci field gas inio a v i Un i te d States, a man in high le ' C 1s A bei^g treated for mental disease, but because he was ,,osen by popular election they are having a hard time taking the cins Irom his hands. * * * BkecW b» OaBERI MANN DRIVE SATURDAY ONLY - JULY 4th (ADULTS ADMISSION 85c) 1 planned for with absolute detachment! — <0f, T T T at S h 'T'nJf P1 a nice innocioSs novel about a girl meeting a boy ha S dy ™rrv ne"same I know we sh 9 uld all make sacrifices to pay go C about y my P etty°"little" affairs and no? be fearful of interference from the government. » * * TMTS YEAR MR HANCOCK, we have added two new states to the UnUed StatS They are Alaska and Hawaii and they are b1g^oma n nic, and have long been cousins of ours But now that ftatutlngthe COUNT BASIE BAND «ith lOtWlUIAMSl ON THE SCREEN ~ SATURDAY ONLY! HIS COURAGE fACED OERONIWO'S iAST STAHOI ,}IIJI1A \Ji »J V***-* **#%**••»•*»/ f»iti7pns wno nuvu nvcu nc*w »**v« *w?**•«* »»• -- n<»ppy *• * United States of America from your ardent admirer. —GRACE* It nt r dg« If let TECHNICOLOR CINEMASCOPE PWTODLAND iSfw BANCiBOPT THIS HltARIOUS BONUS HIT; BOB HOPI in "PARIS HOMDAY" LuVerne News Callers with Mr and Mrs William Bigings Sunday were Mr and Mrs James Zweifel of Corwith and Mrs William Campbell of Mantorville, Minn. ,Mrs Mae Konarska Moore of San Diego, Calif, arrived Saturday to virit ther sister, Mr and Mrs Wilson Legler and othei relatives, . Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg are at a resortin northern Minnesota. '•'Mr and MI:S Robert Bigmg and family attended a Dad Day family gather ins' ., ier father Hiram Hewitt o jivermore. A family gathering was lick n the Irvin Ramus home in Foi Dodge Sunday in honor of Dad Day. Guests included parent Mv and Mrs Edward Ramu daughter, Elizabeth Ramus, Lu Verne, daughter, Mr and M Irvin Hildman family of Wesle Mrs Frank Gronbach was hos ess to her 500 card club Frida afternoon. Guest playt+rs wer Mrs Jessie Stripling, Mrs Edwarc Dehnert, Mrs.Ernest Meyer an Mi's Henry Pergande, At pis high, Mrs Stripling, second hig Mrs Dehiiert and low, (Mrs Ma lha Schneider. , , . Talk, as they say, Is cheap. When you're looking, for value In a car, you want proof, That's just what Plymouth gives you. Plymouth has proved jts Big Difference in Economy, for instance, by whining Us V>8 class in the Mobilgas Economy Run for the third straight year, Plymouth can prove its Big Difference in Ride, Performance, Comfort and inures, t«o, Take a ^Two-Mjle TwOm",today»• * ,. *i wp »» * <•» m : # » ' ** ; w : »»• ; vV .«.n v V ' .•>-•' " { ,.^; "i •••;>'-! sv

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