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8-Algono (la.) Upper DM Molnw Thursday, July 16, 1959 Former Burf Man Succumbs In Illinois Butt — Mrs Louis Riedel received word of the death of an xincle, William Dackt-n at his home irt Polo, 111., June 30. He Was raised in this community having lived many years on what i$ now the Philips Brothers farm. Wm. Dacken, son of August and Mary 'Dacken was born Sept. 1, 1893, at Algona. He married Clada Ixnvery in 19.14 and she preceded him in death in 1942. He was a member of the Church of the Brethren in Dixon, whcro funeral services were held, with burial in Chapel Hill Cemetery. Survivors are his widow, Pearl Harrincrton, whom he married in 1944: two daughters, a son, a sister, and six grandchildren as well as nieces and nephews. Walter Dacken is a nephew. The late Henry and Frank Dacken were brothers. Leonard Stenzel,. Mrs George Becker and Mrs Frank Becker. Recent weekend guests of the Roy Andersons were Rev. & Mis August Post and children of Long Prairie. Minn. July 22 is the meeting date for the Fidells class party, to be held with' Gladys Hawcolt and Bertha Wallace. Charlotte Habeger will have the program. Mrs Al Hinckley and children spent Sunday in Oakdale wit/h Mr Hinckley. The Friendly Birthday Club met Thursday afternoon with Edna Riedel to observe her birth-* day. Mrs Henry Fredrick of Dalles, Oregon was a guest. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Floyd Koepke. FontnighUy Club will meet with Lefie McMullen Friday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs Henrv Frederick and children of Dalles, Oreaon are visiting at the home of Mrs Ella Meyers and with other relatives. 'Mrs John Gifford and Mrs R. L. Moore accompanied Mr and Mrs Larson to LuVerne Sunday where they attended baptismal services at the Lutheran church. The small son of Mr and Mrs Jack Gifford was baptized \Vaynd Robert, Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson were called to Minneapolis last week by the death of Mr Anderson's father. They attended funeral services Thursday. Burial was in Minneapolis. Mr Anderson had visited in Bur^. several times. Mr and Mrs Seib Bchrends and Ila May of Humboldt were Sunday visitors at Ella Sigsbee's. Sunday visitors at the Erwin Schwietert's were Mr and Mrs &rt Baum and son, Fred, Elsie Baum and Mrs Kate Jacobson *nd Mr and Mrs Paul Hertzke, all of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Art Baum and son we leaving soon for Arizona hop- tag the climate will be of benefit to tfie son Freddie who suffers from asthma. ; Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Linda to Bird Island, Minn. Sunday where they yisited the Art Riedels. Callers at Lottie Isenberger's last week were Keith Cobu'rn of Terril, who also called on other friends, and on Sunday Mrs Johnson and Mrs Jensen o Lakota. Recent visitors at Olive Moore's were Mr and Mrs M. Witwickie and two daughters of Bloomington, 111. and the Leonard Schmidts of Bode. :Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas, fudy and Janice spent the week t/ith the Cecil Stewards in Hazel Crest, 111. Riekie and Ronnie returned home after visiting their , grandparents, .: Mrs Burton Johnson, Mrs Drvillie Runskmier and Mrs'John Darnell, all v of Ledyard, were Thursday afternoon visitors at, the Wilbur Boeckholt's. ('-.'Mr and Mrs John Darnell of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Bent Johnson and Bernita of Burl were Sunday evening visitors at the Wilbur Boeckholts. .-; The Methodist Circles meet this week as follows: Jenny, hostess — Nellie Clark; devotions •^- Vera Schwletert; program — Charlotte Habeger; Elsie, hostess — Harriet Black; devotions—Mary Volentine; program—Huby Hinckley; Lurena, Gladys Haw- cptt'and Bertha Wallace; devotions — B. Man-smith; program— P. Weiner; special by Beula Davis; Shirley, the evening group; hostess — Mary Carlson- devotions — F .Sarchet; program — F. Spear. The Presbyterian W o m a n' 3 meeting held in the church Wednesday has as hostesses Mrs Robert Angus, Mrs Larry Holding, Mrs Edgar Keith and Mrs Dale Dundas; devotions by Mrs Ray Dremmel and program by Mrs Flight Course Completed By Ledyard Youth Ledyard — Francis, youngest son of Mr and Mrs J. J. McDonald, has just completed his aviation cadet pre-fHghl course at< Lnckland A.F. Base, Texas, and pent a 5-day furlough at home eforc leaving for Graham Air 'orce base, Florida, for further raining. Ella, his sister .is re- timing with him a,nd will pend 10 days visiting .at the home of her brother, Lt. 'Gol, William McDonald at Eglin Ah' •'orce base. Mr and Mrs John Folkers and family of Waterloo spent.SUnday at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton. Mr and Mrs R. C. Neho.tte and amily of Minneapolis and 'Mr and Mrs P. J. Kehn'of-Spencer were Sunday guests at the J. F Sullivan home. , Mrs Lena "Warner returned Tuesday from a three week vteit with her sister and husband, the Ed Kerrs at Arma, Kansas. Mrs Clayton Roseboro was in Holy Family hospital at Estherville from Monday to Saturday being treated for asthma. During that time her daughter, Judy, who will graduate from nursing at Rochester this fall, was with her mother several days. Mrs Mary Bashara and Rosalyn and TVwn left on Sunday for a two week vacation trip. They will visit in Sioux. City before going to North Dakota where they will visit Mrs Bashara'a brothers and sisters and an aunt and uncle. iMr and Mrs Douglas Mechler and sons of Titonka visited Sunday at the home of Mrs Henrietta Donlje. Mrs Tice Brack and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Wilson'Brack at Lakota. Mr and Mrs Harold Warner and daughters and Mrs Lena Warner and Glenda Warner, who is visiting here from Rock-ford, Illinois, went to Bancroft Sunday to attend the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs N. J. Nemmei's at their home. Mr Nemmer^ is Mrs Warner's brother. Glenda Warner is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Maynnrd Warner. Mrs B. E. Gilibertson and Bobby wenit to Mason City Thursday to help their daughter Judy and family, the Don Ehrichs, move They returned Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Vale Peter and sons- Craig and Kyle of Hampton were weekend visitors at tho hprhe. of their parents, Mr anc Mrs Walter Peter. Mrs Rose Moulton of Bancrof spent several days last weel visiting at the home of Mrs Lena Warner. Paul Gelhaus, Virgil Gelhaus, Wm. Baumlan and J. Blomes attended the Brand reunion at Mason City Sunday at the State Park. OTTOSEN Mr* Donald Ushef 'Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Eldon and Mr and Mrs Mik* Coyle went to Blooming Prairie, Minn. Sunday to visit the Herman Veerkam'p family, iMrs Magnus Bratland accompanied her sons-in-law and dali- ghters to the Olson-Hougnland iamily picnic at Gull Pctot 6n Lake Okoboji Sunday. * Sunday guesis at the Mike Frohiings in honor of their daughter Christine's sixth birthday wore Mr and Mrs John H. Tapper, Mr and Mrs John T, Tapper and family and Kamrar, Mr and Mrs Jay McCollough and family of Blairsburg, Mr and Mrs Weldon Tapper and family of Webster City and Mr and Mrs Jens Tapper of Hampton. Mr and Mrs Donald Larson PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, JULY 19 Marv Reedstrom attended funeral Sefviees for Mrs Carl Plotter ol Fort Dodge Saturday afternoon. Burial tsras at West Bend. The Piotter family once lived near Otlosen. Mrs LeRoy Worby entertained N. N. Club Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson accompanied by Mrs Marlyn Pflibsen of Bode and Shelda Jacobson of Grand Meadow, Minn., attended the wedding of Marvyn Olson of Bradgate and Audrey EHck$on of Albert Lea at Albert Lea, Minn. Saturday evening. Mr anS Mrs Earl Olson took Shelda Jacobson in to her home and were overnight guests at the Carl Jacobson, •mine a>t Grand Meadow. Mrs Allan Wehrspann enter- ained the ladies of the card club at a coffee Thursday evening, uests were Mrs Louis Jacobson, Mrs Victor Meyer, Mrs Paul Meyer, Mrs Howard Thompson, There are almost 3,000 varieties of wildflowers in the foothills of Colorado. ENDS THURSDAY: 2 ACTION HITS -.. "OPERATION DAMES" - "TANK COMMANDOS'^ SATURDAY! FOR THE enough to change clothes and SUNDAY, JULY 26 Lynn Kerns No Advance Booth • Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Fti., -July 17 Andy Doll And The Ridgeriders Sat.. • July 16 Bob White & Orch. Tues., * July 21 • 8 'to 11 Teen Dance Bob-O'Links Thurs,, - July 23 - 9 lo 12:30 The Sweetest Music This Side of Heaven . GUY LOMBARDO And His Royal Canadians Reservation With Adms» Available, Booths For Four With Adm. $13.00 for 6 $19.50 Ralph Jacojbson, Mrs Richard Cinselh, Mrs LeRoy Wofby, Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mrs Alfred Sthultfc, Mrs Oean Telford and ,fs Jim Jacobson. (Mr and Mrs Bernard Stfeit en- ertained Sunday for dinner and Upper in honor, of their Son Karl's' fourth birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs George Streit and family of Whittehiore and r and Mrs Henry Bormann and tn41y of Si. Joe. Mrs fisste Cooper and Pamela went to Spirit Lake Friday eve* ning , where they visited the Archie Hansens. Sunday they attended the Mansen family picnic at Tracy. Minn. Patricia -ooper of Sutherland returned iome Monday-with Mrs Cooper. IF IT'S MEWS WE WANT IT Lorelie Rupp Is Married Here Lbrelte #upp became -the fcf ide of Donald ftewserin-a ceremohy Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Parsonage here. The bride !s a daughter of Mrs William Kirklartd;, Algona, and the late Earl Hupp, while the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Marshall Fawser, Lake Wilson, Minn. Rev. Newton Coughenour officiated at the, double ring ceremony. The couple was attended! by Darlene Skdgstrorn, Algona, and Dkvid lyersen; Lake Wilson, Minn. The bride" ww6 a- T».»«-- /—•-•Street length dfess W|^ s black accessories afld a wfritfe leather Ine . nilig for the -w^ddifil'paifty attd the families at the home of Mr and Mrs William Kfrklatid. T«e bride is a graduate of Algona high school and kttertd|d the State trniv&ttnty of Iowa* She is employed by-' the Presto Soft Water service here. .The bridegroom is «K graduate of »thd Lake .Wilson high; school and served 4 years in the U. S. Air Force. Mr and Mrs Falser are at -home at 211 NoWh ttarlan in Algona. ' ''•:,'• -The Capitol Dottie o£ dolorado Is covered with 24 catfat gold totaling 250 ounces. , NOW PLAYING THRU SATURDAY ! Sat. & Sun., July 25 & 26 Jules Herman & Otch. • Miss Iowa Contest DRIVE SUNDAY Thru TUESDAY! PLUS THIS CO-HIT BARRY SULLIVAN 'ETERORAVES-GllifHALl, FUNS NO.I BOY ! MARIE . SESSUE MCDONALD HAYAKAWA COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR VISTAV.ISTON PLUS BONUS FEATURE AFLAME WITH DANGER.„ THRILLS... ROMANCE! gMTMtt LANDON xfL comwDf ABBELANE-FRANCISLEDERER _ TECHNICOLOR " ' THEY OOTSHOCK THEM ALL! Each gives terror a new meaning! 1ST RUN IN ALGONA COLUMBIA PICTURE IN EASTMAN COLOR GEORGECOULOURIS'VERADAY A FORTRESS FILM PRODUCTION A COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE DRIVE Sunday 3 bays Sunday 3 Days Ja' fainturi-rM DEBBIE ROBER- A Ridikulus Message Frum us Cleaners; "Have A Ridikulus Day, An 7 Ef'n ya gif cher cloz dertee, put US on fhu spot/ 7 COLOR by DE LUX© \Tbe.story of Father Coaroy •whose parish was alT .Broadway,,, and his, all-star flock of

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