The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1959
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New York TV Actress Here For Recent Family Reunion Eleanor Edifc, New York singer & television actress, has concluded e two week visit h?re. In private life she's Mrs Larry Pool and she came to Algona to visit her husband's parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool, * Miss Edio attended a reunion of her husband's faintly when she first arrived here. She said she is thoroughly enjoying her first trip to Algona and becoming acquainted with her husband's relatives — particularly her husband's grandmother, Mrs William Pool and her little nephews, sons of Mr and Mrs James Newell, Tulsa, Okla. Mrs Newell is a daughter of the Lloyd Pools and she and the boys arc Mso visiting here. However. Miss Edie said she isn't gelling as Jnuch rest as she thought she would. "There's something going tin all the time." , Larry Pool was unable to accompany his wife to Algona. He's •busy as stage manager of the Broadway company of "West •6'tde Story." The show closes this Week to go on tour. First stop Is Denver, Colo, where the show .opens July 4 as a part of the Centennial celebration. Denver as Mrs Pool's home town, so she'll «join him there and accompany Jiim to the west coast when the ^how appears there. • Larry is primarily a singer and •has appeared in musical comedies *and television shows. He recently was on Omnibus, but his wife'said his appearance was so 'brief only his could re- Cognize him. . In show businers today, Miss 'Edie said, you have to be able [to do a little bit of everything. >You can't be just a singer, dancer •or actress and accept only those ;parts. She has done TV, musical •comedy and straight dramatic Acting. She said that perhaps ' 'she likes musical comedy best ot lall. - Larry Pool's present job as 'stage manager was the outgrowth !of a singing role in a musical icomedy. When the show closed, 'his bosses offered him the,chance ;to work in the production "end of •show business. He finds it most 'interesting, but. he will always ;^o back to singing. . -Miss Edie has a couple of television opportunities on the west coast that look promising. They Daren't definite commitments yet, ,so she's keeping her fingers ^crossed. Whiftemore Boy Js Wed June 11 At Emmefsburg St. Thomas Catholic church was the setting for the wedding of Dolores Mickey, daughter of Mrs jeota Hickey of Emmetsburg, nnd Gordon Higgins of DCS Moines, son of Mr and Mrs Con Hig- nns of Whittcmorc, June 21 at 9:30 a.m. Rev. C. E. Farrelly officiated at he double ring ceremony. Edward Streit and Maurice Borman, both of Whittemore, ushered the guests to their seats. Maurice Drew was soloist. The bride, escorted to the a,l(ar by her brother, Leo, carried a prayer book adorned with a white orchid and white streamers 4-Algono (la.) Upp«f 5et Thursday, July U, of stephenotis. She was attract ively attired in a wedding gown of chantilly lace over tulle. The fitted bodice was styled with a sabrina neckline and long appli- qued sleeves. The full floor length skirt was fashioned with tiers of Chantilly lace over tulle and was accented by a wide lace insert between the top and bottom tier. Her fingertip length veil of tulle was attached to a crown of lace, adorned with seeded pearls. Virginia Hickey, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Helen Holbrook and Alice Mehl were bridesmaids, Vernon Higgins of Algona brother of the groom, was beat man, and Stanley Hogan and, Donald Uhlcnhake were groomsmen. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the K of C Hall for 200 friends and relatives. A four tiered wedding cake decorated in the bride's chosen colors centered the serving table. Hattie Clum, Mrs Marie King, Mrs Veronica Higgins, Mrs Lawrence Hickey, Mrs Alfred Lam triers, Mrs Ed Strict, Card! Donna King, Anita Johtistih, Ndr- ma Bierely, Marlen BonttStetter and JoAnn Lammers assisted at the reception. Manager Resigns Lekota — Vernon Bomsbach, who has managed the local Thompson Yards Since Sept, 1. 1952, tendered his resignation and will be leaving at the end of this month. During .the month he will take his two week's Vacation and then will move his fam» ily to Storm Lake. He will man- sge a lumber yard in Truesdale. AT 5 JACK SPRAT FLORIDA RED RIPE ODM Classifieds Pay Dividend* COUNCIL MINUTES City Council met July 1 1, 1959, with Mayor Shierk, in the chair, and the following named Councilmen: Muckey, Whittemore, Dreesman & Richardson. Absent Par* sons and Elberts. This was the date set for the Hearing and Letting for ... street improvements ih the vicinity of the new Garrigah Catholic High School. Resolution regarding^ street improvement-on Poplar and Maple Strtets was adopted. k Resolution awarding contracts for stteet construction was adopted. MELN 22-25 Lb. avg. EACH FANCY HARD YELLOW LB. lOc BANANAS BA- MG SIZE For 25c 24 Bottle Mips, * . $'?^M"^C'''!*'* A BIG Square Dance Here Friday For 4-H'ers ,1 "Swing your pardners" will be •the call at-the County. 4-H Square '-Dance Friday evening, July 17, »at the Algona athletic field. » A grand march at 8 p.m. will •start off the 'evening as 4-H'ers \ gather from all corners of the *county. Boys' and girls' county ";4-H officers will be in charge of .the evening's events. * Intermission will provide several variety-numbers in keeping *with the mood of the square idance. * All 4-H members are welcome .to come and meet fellow county -H'ers, as well as those from djoining counties. Refreshments r ill be available to those attend- ng. To All Of Our Customers For Their Patronage Despite The Inconvenience During The Road Construction Period. We are still open for business as usual during road construction: Come on in for the finest in MRS TUCKER'S PURE VEG. G .. f DEL MONTE 20-OZ. 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