The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1959 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1959
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*** >% -i4»n»... »- - «•. -i4kf •--*,**. H i i 'n -i'tfc..Hurt •**.. * -*.- r , GERMANY - Army Pvt. Richard E. Frambach, 23, whose wife, Marlene, lives at Al* ?° ns ' fecemly was assigned to the 4th Armored Division in Germany. Frambach, a mechanic in Company A of the division's 24th Engineer Battalion, entered the Army in December 1958 and was stationed at Fort Hood, Te"x. ( before arriving in Europe. He is the son of Mr and Mrs aarold W. Frambach, Whitte- nrbre. Frambach attended Algona high 'school. FURTH, GERMANY — Army Pyt. Eldon F. Helmers, 23, son of Mr and Mrs Harm H. Helmers of Algona, recently was assigned to the 4th Armored Division in Germany. Helmers, a demolition specialist in Company A of the division's 24th Engineer Battalion, entered the Army in December 1958. A 1954 graduate of Algona high school, he was employed at Algona,befor,e entering the^Army. «-_(*)__ LUDWIGSBURG, GERMANY —Mohn A. Young'wirth, 23, whose wife, Carol, and mother, Mrs Helen Youngwirth, live in Wesley, recently was promoted to private first class in Ludwigsburg, Germany, where he is an aidman in the 226th Medical Company. He is a 1954- graduate of Wesley high school. —GEL'NHAUSEN, GERMANY— Army Pfc. Donald L. Frideres, •whose wife, Mary, lives at Whittemore, recently performed a one-month tour of duty with the honor guard for the 3d Armored Division's commander in Germany. Frideres is regularly assigned as a forward observer in Battery C-cvf the division's 6th Artillery in Geinhausen; ' , The 24-yfBr-old soldier entered the Army in March, 1958 and was stationed at Fort Hood, tax., before arriving in Europe the following December. Before entering the Army, Frideres was employed at Algona. He is a 1954 graduate of St. Cecelia Academy, Algona. His parents, Mr and Mrs Victor G. Frideres, live here. 'LACKLAND AFB, TEXAS — Airman James M. Hardgrove, son of Mr and Mrs Russell D. Hardgrove, Algona, has completed his initial coujrse of Air Force basic military training here. < He has been selected to attend the technical school for Communication Center Specialists at Sheppard AFB, Tex. Airman Hardgrove is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy. , LACKLAND AFB, TEXAS — Airman Alfred W. Schadendoff, •Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Alfred W. Schadendorf of Lone Rock, has completed his initial course •pf Air Force basic military training here. He has been selected to attend the technical training course for Air Policemen at this base. ^ Airman Schadendorf is a 'graduate of Lone Rock high school. NOW Thru SAT. HIT NO. 1 Cornel Wilde Jean Wallace , "DEVILS HAIRPIN" HIT NO. 2 Robert Mitchum in "THUNQER ROAD" HIT NO. 3 "TEEN - AGE THUNDER" with Charles Courtney ' LACKLAND AFB, TEXAS — Airman Argile E. Pettit, son of Mr and, Mrs'Woodrow W. Pettit pf Lone 'Rock, has completed his initial course pf Air Force basic military training here. He has been selected to attend the technical training course for Personnel Specialists at this base. 'Airman Pettit is a graduate of Sentral High School. Auxiliary At Wesley Has New Officers Wesley — The American Legion Auxiliary met last Thursday with the following new officers installed: president, Nyla Newbrough; vice president, Rita Youngwirth; secretary, Margery Goetz; treasurer, Helen Johnson; Sgt. at Arms, Louise Becker; chaplain, Rita Ricke; and historian, Lorraine Gpetz. Mrs Edna Flom was the installing .officer. Lorraine Goetz received the attendance prize. Bancroft Man Wed June 20 At West Point Jane Elizabeth Dyer, became the bride of William J. Schiltz in n ceremony Snturdny, June 20, in St. Mary's Catholic church at West Point, Thp bride is the daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Fred J. Dyer, West Point, nnd the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Schiltz, Bancroft, Kay Fitzgerald was organist, Mrs Eugene Fitxtierald,' Mrs Dwight Wagnr-r and Mary Lou Odofoy sang the Mass of the Angels, "Mrs Anthony H. Rentier Wns matron of honor. Mrs Vermin Decker, Jane lillen Foggy and Dixie Rose wore bridesmaids. Thomas Schommel nvas best man nnd Eugene Fitzgerald, Don Sr-hotnmel and Clolus Quinn were groomsmen. Immodialcly following the ceremony, n dinner and reception was held in the American Legion Marilyn Taylor, Lone Rock, Weds New Yorker June 20 Thurttfny, July 9, 1959 Algeria (la.) Upptf DM jallroom. The bride is n graduate of Maryeresl College, Davenport, and will teach English this fall at Eldridgo. The bridegroom is a graduato of Loras College, Dubuque, and is an nccofcntant nt Davenport vvhore the couple will make their home. Thurs., - July 9 • Tommy Dorsey Orch. Featuring Warren Covington Fri., - July 10 Kenny Hofer Sat., - July 11 Henry Charles And His Orchestra Sun., - July 12 , Young Adults Modern Swing Eddie Randall i And the Down Beats Tues. - July 14 - 8 to 11 Teen Dancing Link & The Convertibles ' , .. Thurs., - July 16 Ralph Marlerie and His Marlboro Orch. Adm. 1.70 plus tax, tot. 1.80 Coming — July 23 Guy Lombardo and His Fabulous Orch. Reservation with Admission' Booth For 4 ~ $13.50 Booth For 6 — $19.50 Fourth of July gdests in the Louis Cink home were the Everett Ackersons. Bill Loebigs, AI Loebigs, Jack Lickteigs and the Larry Youngwirths and their families. Guests at the Harold Herri ing- sens over the Fourth were hi? brother, Mr and Mrs Ernest Hemingsen who were celebrating their thirty-third wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Duane Studer and family and Mr and Mrs Bill Goet: and son were Fourth of July supper guests in the Dale Etorn- bier home. Mr and Mrs August Studer, Mr and Mrs Duane Studer, Mr and Mrs Dale Dorribier and families, all of Wesley, and Delores and Darlene Studer of Mason City picnicked at Clear Lake Sunday. Mrs R. E. Newbrough and daughters went to Webster City FricTay and were met there by her. sister-in-law, Mrs William Weeks' of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Charles DeR'osa of Canoga Park, Calif, are due July 11 to spend two weeks with her mother, Mrs Beltie Wester and family. Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode and family spent the 4th of Jif7y with Mr and Mrs Eugene Arndorfer and family. Mr and Mrs Ed Thisscn and family of Waterloo spent a few days at the Martin, Hamilton home. They also visited the women's mother, Mrs Helen Johnson who is in the hospital at Mason City. Mrs Done j lle DevereauX and two children, Diane and Jack, and Mrs Olive Erdman left July 7 for a two week visit with the Wayne Cleggs of Eaton Rapids, the Connie Holbers of Lansing and the Lee Smiths of Detroit. Mr and Mrs Burrell Lease of New York came July 5 to spend a few days with his mother, Mrs Veva Lease. They then left for Yellowstone and Glacier Park for a three week vacation. Mrs Lease accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Omar Ballentin of Burbon, Ind. spent the July 4 weekend with'her cousin, Mrs Employment At High Peak Here Last Month Hiring activity continued a.t a brisk pace during June in the Algona area. A total of 51 applicants were placed in nonagricultural jobs, and 26 applicants were placed in farm jobs during the month by the local office of the Iowa State Employment Service, according to Don Davidson, office manager. Claims for unemployment compensation were low, and continued to run below the figures for the same period one year ago. There is no serious shortage ol farm labor in the Algona area al the present time, and the June calls for hay baling workers were filled by the local office. Seneca — Marilyn Joyce Taylor, daughter of Mrs Woorlrow Knicht, Lone Rock, and Anron Tiiylor, Hurt, was married to Alexander Anthony Rubinno, son of the Into Mr and Mrs Anthony Rubiann of New York City, in n beautiful double-ring ceremony Juno 20 in Trinity Lutheran in !>s Moines by Rov. E. Mnppes )f Oimi'hn, Nob, Mr E. B. Rooster,' Des Moinos, ,vas organist and Mrs Glenn Graham, Algona, sang,' The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a floor length gown of white silk oi-juinza over nylon net and laT- fota with a modified torso bodice with a deep point front nnd a scalloped, Riibrina neckline of Chantilly lace trimmed with sequins and pearls and short shirred sleeves with three-quartet length gauntlets of nylon organza and tops of Chantilly luce and sequins. The fully-gathered sill< organza over not and taffeta skirl extended into a lovely 'hnpel train. Hor fingor tip veil "if imported English bridal illn- ion fell from a crown of sequins nnd pearls. Slu. 1 wnro a pearl iccklaco and nan-inns, n gift (if ho bridegroom nnd carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses with )ink and white streamers. Her matron of honor was her sister-in-law, Mrs Ho^er Taylor. Des Moines, and TVhiurinc Kien- wtmd, Des Moines, was hi ides- maid. Linda Sue Kracht, sister of the bride, was flower girl. Wayne Mnich. Gary, Indiana, was best man. Hoger Taylor, DCS Moines, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Darrel Wiener, Ames, and William Kaiit/ky, Des Moines, were ushers. Following the wedding a reception was held for lf)() in Un- church parlors. The buffet table was decorated in the bride's colors and centered witli a beautifully decorated <\ - tiered wedding cake. The large cake was surrounded with 't heart shaped cakes decorated like Ihe center cake, tt was baked and decorated by Mrs Russ"!! Kauff- mnn, Swra City, nnd cut and server! by Mrs Kugono McCon- nol, Cnunril Rhiffs, nnd Mrs William Knul/.ky, Des Moines Mrs Lillian Shiory, Council Bluffs, piesided at the coffpn rei vice ami Margaret Anderson, Des Moines. at the punch bowl. Wnitrfs<fe<» were Mrs Darrel Wiener, Ames, Mrs Gerald Bakpf nnd Pauln I'Virsyih. DPS Moines. Mrs John I)au;»!)tery, Newton, rr'jjislrrecl the gue-ds which included some from Minnesota, MUMHiri, Nebraska, I n d i a n a, Wisconsin, Wa<;-hin),'lnn, D. C. and Iowa. Gifts were in charge of Mnr- lene Ili'stne:: 1 ; and Helen ('.iff of undl Illuffs. The lirirle is a ['.nuluale of the low.i School for the Deaf, attended ("lallaudet Collide, Wiis'hmtf- lon, 1). (' iinil has hern (>mploy- fd ,i1 tlie (Mobc in Fort Do:lu«.' the past year The bridegroom i<i n C.raduate of the New York School for the Deaf and ClaDaudiH eol- lej.v, Washitif.ton, D. C. and will teach and coach in Homney, West Viii'Jnia. where UK- couple will make their home. (Glenn Studio Photo • UDM (>n(j;r«vinf!) PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, JULY 12 Henry Charles SUNDAY, JULY 19 Marv Reedstrom SUNDAY, JULY 26 Lynn Kerns No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 UDM Classifieds Par Dividend! Burt Garage Changes Hands; Opened Monday Burl — Richard Carman, who purchased the Schrader Garage, opened Monday. A son of the Victor Garmans, he graduated from Burt high in 1946. is married and has two sons, Brian and Allen. family have moved to their new home in Sutherland, where ho will have charge of school operations. Cecil and Oma Barley havo sold their store to Leo A. Mitchell, who began Wednesday this week. A recent visitor at the homo of Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller waa the former's sister, Mrs Vincu Brannan and son Mark oC South America, DELICIOUS FOOD . IN COOL COMFORT Enjoy A Delicious Meal In A Cool And Pleasant Atmosphere Delicious Food Graciously Served FROM 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. COFFEE SHOP And DINING ROOM P. C. Haynes. Gardner • and Mr and Mrs Bill two daughters, Susan and Shelly of Carlsbad, Calif, came July 7 for several weeks visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes and relatives. Mr and Mrs Robert Genung and sons of Washington, D. C. came the weekend of the 4th for a visit at the parental Ray Hansen home. Mrs Hansen is hospitalized in Mason City Park hospital. Mrs Don Kraus and Ricke left July 6 with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ralph Smith and children of Fullerton, Calif., for two weeks vacation to Washington, D. C., New York City, Boston and Ontario, Canada. The -annual Young reunion was held at Traer the 4th. Mrs Pauline Pfeffer left Wednesday to help prepare for it while her husband, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer and son, Paul, joined her there Saturday. Fourth of July guests at tho G. M. Studer home were the Rich Reiling and R. E. Newbrough families of Wesley, the Stan Johnsons and Jill of Britt and the Bud Hauptman family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Jack Nelson and family of Boone spent Saturday and Sunday at the Ed Ricke home. Mr and Mrs Don Vogel of Lohr* yille spent the 4th weekend fishing ait Two Lake, Minn. iMr and Mrs Willis Bohn left Sunday for t'heir home in California after visiting relatives and friends here, Mr and Mrs Jack Bohn left for their home in Ames also Sunday. , Mr and Mrs Raymond Lavrenz are parents of twin sons born a*. Sf,-. Ann, Algona, June 30. The boys have been named Thomas and Timothy. The Lavrenz have John, Mark and Ruth to welcome the twins. Mrs Fred Lavrenz and Mrs Helen Weiske are the grandmothers and Mr and Mra James Ollom are great grandparents. Ella Sigsbee, Lottie Isenberger and Jessie Rash spent the 4th with Mrs Fred Ryther, Algona. Mr and Mrs Warren Rentz and two small sons were here from Michigan for the holiday weekend with the former's father, Estel Rentz and Mrs Rcntz. Visitors at the Clifford Holdings' are Mrs Bruce Holding and sons of Santa Fe Springs, Calif. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward and children of Hazel Crest, 111. were holiday weekend visitors at tho parental 'Walter Stewards', Burt, and the Milo Rentz home, Algona. Rickie and Ronnie Steward remained for a few weeks. A number from Burt attended last rites for Clarence Mechler in Titonka Monday afternoon. Mr Mechler was a brother of Mrs Merle Schwielert. LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer SUNDAY Thru WEDNESDAY! WVTO 0. SELZNtCK *,** * ^^ < THE ONE A ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S STORY OF LOVE ANDWAR to spend Hi!' weekend at the home of Mrs Hazel Carpenter, The three ladies are sisters. On Saturday they all went to Granada to spend the fourth at the home of their brother, Harold Wood. Mrs Aeilt, Troff who underwent major surgery al Naeve Hospital last week was able to come home on Wednesday evening and is up and about. Mrs Anna Togorson and Mr and Mrs Harold Her/og went to Mason City on Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs Togerson's nephew, David Dierks. He had diabetes for many years and had both legs amputated previously. Danny and Mary Beth Whitcomb of Morris, Minn, are spending this week visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan. Mrs Ziplhy Hardt went to St. James on Thursday to visit for several weeks at the home of her daughter and her husband, Mr and Mrs Adolph Kueker. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog and Mrs Louise Herzog, Mr and Mrs Ted Green, Mr and Mrs Aubrey Waterhousc and Mrs Wm. Green went to Baxter on Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs David Krampe, at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church. Mrs Krampe was the former Laura Herzog. Rev. Victor Vriesen, pastor of the Bethany Evangelical am? Reformed Church is in Obcrlin, Ohio, where this week he is attending the National Synod meeting of the Evangelical and Reformed Church. Mr and Mrs D. K. Mayo of Baltimore, Maryland visited Tuesday and Wednesday at the homes of the William Wiemers and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer. Marvel Halvorson went to Waterloo on Thursday evening to spend the Founth of July weekend at the home of her sister and family, the Paul Wilsons. Her mother, Mrs Marie Halvorson who has been at the Wilsons the past several weeks returned with her on Sunday. 'Mr and Mrs E. J. O'Donnell of Cedar Rapids, and Mr and Mrs M i&t m ! &jf ! **™r#''-:-'f-'>*»'f~-i*.<f v H»- r . if|Kttdw«How*., '$ 4 Mt >Jtl sf &** "Hr^'^to Sf^is@i:«,Y^w» OCCUPIES PLACE OF HONOR EWELL ROCK HUDSON-JENNIER JONES-V1TTOR10 DESICA, CHARLES VIDOR • 9~*»* BEN MECHT COLOR by OC LUXB • • PLUS THIS BONUS HIT FROM HERMAN Woutcs SEUJNG YME nCTORC THAT BEtONGS TO I OUNO LOVERS OF THIS GENERATION! ' I Marjorie Momingsfar L WARNERCOtOR *^ GENE m f * if KELLY-WOOD eo eveiWTT I TREVOR -WYNN-SLOANE THURSDAY Through SATURDAY! All The Thrills of "RIO BRAVO" & SHAGGY DOG" SUSAN HAYWARD in "WOMAN OBSESSED" Mr and Mrs Russell Castor and E. Zarling of Minneapolis, came FIGHT PICTURES! EXCLUSIVE BLOW BY BLOW SEE ALL THE SENSATIONAL KNOCKDOWNS IN SLOW MOTION INGEMAR JOHANSSON VERSUS FLOYD PATTERSON ALGONA THEATRE STARLITE DRIVE . IN SUNDAY - MONDAY JULY 12-13 SUN. & MON. The primitive love story ofRima, untouched beauty of the jungle—and Abel, the adven* turer, who came to kill but stayed to love! CINEMASCOPE * METROGOLOR LEE J. CO Sessue HAYA Henry SUM

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