The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1959 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 20, 1959
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Oa.) Up*»w fiw Mftifiift Thurtday, Awg 20,. 1959 Elevator Expands WorK is welj underway qrj the cam storage 70,060 bushels "ami. is. located across the rfcllroad tracks and north of the depot Fri., * Aug. 21 , Andy Doll & Of eh. Sal.. - Aug. 22 Al Noyce & Orch. Tues., - Aug. 25 Teem Link & The Convertibles Wed.,« Aug. 26 Cousin - Fussy And* His Cousins Thurs.. - Aug. 27, 8 io 12 Young Peoples Dance Gary Stiles: The Bell Notes Jimmy Cianlons The Tempos Dick Caruso: Sanios Johnny Reservations Available Adm. 1.43 plus tax tot. 1.SO Hi Clubs At Seneca Prepare For Co. Fair Seneca — The Seneca Slavs 4*H Club held their local Achievement show at the Seneca school Monday evening. * The club president, Carol Hanisch, welcomed the guests, after which the exhibits were judged by Mrs Ralph Thompson. Mrs Henry Looft, Mary Staudt and Ann Walters. Marilyn Johannesen and Margaret Nielsen presented a demon stration. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club met at the home of Larry Johannesen Monday evening. Committees were named to decorate the stalls at the fair. Jerry England conducted the discussion topic and Roger England demonstrated how to use screw drivers properly. Matinee at 2 P.M., 75e - 35c; Eve's at 7 & 9; 90c - 75c - 35c NOW SHOWING! ENDS SAT. THE BIGGEST SHOW IN THE WORLD! All the drama behind-the-scenes of the tinsel and tanbark jungle! The burning the bitter 'jealousies... loves...hates... and DEATH-DEFYING TIGHT-HOPE WALK ls ACROSS - MUfiAMu ADELE MARA .-STEVE ALLEN CREATES! CIRCUS ACTS IN THE WORLD! -- , also -Color Cartoon "Robinson Gruesome" Continuous from 1 P.M.' Sunday Weekday Matinees At 2P.M. SUN&AY I ENDS WED. ARE MB* Al£ AUKK4 That "Some Carott I Running" girl is out' tcKatch a-husband-using 'I facts, and. figures-(hen's) — and(it's,a.fumriot! ,\ I - O*x l lt*t»" J. 3 fttr'li''^ &' ' AROUND ALGONA Mr and M*« George Powers at* being visited by the daughter, Sharon. Mrs Paul Terranova, and little daughter, Julie of Rocktotd, 111. —0-Hr and Mrs Tyfill Ingeraoll.of Cedar Rapids were In Algona Sunday to attend the W. A. Foster golden wedding. Mr and Mrs Cordell Schilmoel- ler, Ames, became the parents of a baby daughter Aug. 4. She has been, named Laura Jean. Mr and Mrs Ray Schilmoeller are pater* nal grandparents, Mrs Robert C. LaBarre is being visited by her parents, Mr and Mrs Chester Schouten of Keokuk, who arrived a week ago Saturday and will remain until the weekend. <—o— Marcia Anderson, who is in nurses' training at DCS Moines, spent the weekend hefe with her parents, Mr" and Mrs Everett Anderson. Mr and Mrs H. M. Honsbruch had as their guest for the past several weeks, Jerry Slapback of Aurelia. Mr and Mrs Honsbruch are now in Chicago on a week's jusiness trip. —o— ^ Mr and Mrs Craig" Smith have as their guest, the latter's nephew, E. J. Meyer of. Chicago. On Wednesday his parents, Dr. and Mrs Edward Meyer joined lim and will visit until Saturday here and at the parental J. N, Fleming home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Oswalt! Thilges and family returned Frtda-y from a. week's trip to the Slack Mills and the Badlands, Mr and Mt* Ralph Tingley and daughter, Rapid Gily, S, D^ V^ere among: )the'*g 1 uests, at,the W; A. wedding Mrs • otoser- I is, Foster golden vance Sunday. the, ; former Kathleen Evans---ol Algona. Her father, Dr. R, A, Evans makes his home with the Tingleys. Marlys Krosch OfLedyard Is ' -'i Wed August 2 Ledyard — Marlys Krosch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Maynard Krosch of Grant, and Larry Prin- eel son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Pringel were married Sunday. August 2 at 2 p.m. in the chapel at Gilmore City Methodist church with Rev. S. H. Hammer, formerly of Swea City, officiating. They were attended .by Mr and .Mrs Maurice Pingel. The newly weds left on a wedding.trip into northern Minnesota. They Will; be at home after August 16 in the Howard Dyer house. Marlys owns and operates the beauty shop and Larry farms northwest of town. Baptisms Sunday at St. Ceceia's Catholic church included Larry Joe, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Molacek; Terry Lee, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Hammer; Dean Clarence, son of Mi- and Mrs Clarence Golwitzer; Shawn erard, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Rei'lly; Kelley Lynn Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard R. Kain; Debra Lynn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Simmon: Delia Margaret, daughter of r Mr and Mrs, Merlin Altman 'and Cynthia Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Williantt Schwaritzenbach. Mr andj Mrs Glenn Graham and Gary, the former's' parents, Burt ahd." :; Mrsp'Eva'' Wille spent last week at Little Bald Club Lake in Minnesota. Mrs "Wille visited a niece who has a resort there. W.S.C.S. Met The E. and R. Guild met at' the church Thursday with Mrs Alfred Kramersmeier, Mrs, Ervin Klinksiek, Mrs John Klooster and Mrs Wilma MacKinnen as,- hostesses. The program was. under the direction of the social adtion committee with Mrs Victor Vrie- sen as chairman. The birthdays of Mrs John Brandt, Mrs W. Green, Mrs E. Lutter and Mrs MacKinnon were honored. Mrs Vriesen gave a* welcome to the older ladies.of the church:who were special guests; at the 'meeting, and they were, presented with corsages. The program .included: o; ; Piano solo, Diane Waiferhouse; scripture" and prayer, Rev. Vrie- sen; solo, Mrs Howard •Klinksiek; and a talk by Mrs Helen SteVens. A lunch was served. Mr and Mrs Waller Klamp and Mrs Lottie Isenberger, Burl, *ut- tendeds an .Iseniberger family «j union at Clarion Sunday. A Decent guest of the Klamp's w*a's Mrs Grace Fleming of Boone, who also visited her sister-in- law, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. —o— Eunice Gade spent several days here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Gade, after attending summer school at River Forest in Chicago. She has left for Kingsville, Maryland where she will teach in St. Paul's Lutheran school this fall. Mr and JMrs Charles McVay returned last week from their annual 6 week business tour of Montana. —o— Mr and Mrs Gordon Odor have had as their guest, the latlcr's mother, Mrs Veva Kroger of Nashville, Mich. They spent the weekend at Spirit Lake and Mrs Kroger returned home on Wednesday., 7 Dairy Herds Set July Pace During July, 25 dairy herds were tested on D.H.I.A. according, to Forrest Hofbauor, Swea City, D.H.I.A. supervisor. There were 466 co-ws in milk, l>5 cows dry in the 25 herds. 400 Ib. records and the cow owners were: Ed Tiggcs, Alyin Boettcher, Herman SodeBb^rg Sidney Payne, Glen Rasmussttn Farm, Milton I$a.djson and Jpjin Rugcr! Mrs F. Bauman and Mr and Mrs Elvin Peterson of Swea City left Thursday for Everett, Wash, to attend the funeral of Mrs Otto Bauman. Duane Darnell, son of the Harold Darnell's returned hornet last week having received his 'discharge after 2 years in the Air Corps. Mrs Laurance Pingel and daughter Sandra and Mrs Robert Pingel of Algona and their guests Marie Graebert and Debbie Sau- iol of Chicago came Wednesday afternoon to visit at the N. A. D ingel home, Mrs Pingel had several friends in • also for a coffee party for them. Mr and Mrs F. W. Thompson of Eagle Grove and Mr and Mrs E. S. Thompson of Cherokee visited their brother and wife, the George Thompsons Sunday. Mr and Mrs James Bottenfield and family left Saturday for a two week vacation trip. ^ The Ledyard Lassies met at the home of Caroline Busch August 5. Plans were made for the booth at the fair. Talks were given by Caroline Busch and Nancy MacKinnon. Eugenia Klocke was in charge of recreation. Mr and Mrs, WJlliam Wiemer, and Deanna are spending a two week vacation at Lake Okoboji; Two Children Are Baptized AfWhittemore WhiiretnOrei-Latir'& Le-e Bell, infant daughter of Mr" and; -Mrs Wayne Boll, was ; baptized last Sunday by.Rev. Cleo Kiautsch in St. Paul's Lutheran churclv Her sponsors Were (3ail Kummerleldt and Dale Bell, In the same service" Maria Jane, infant daugMet of Mr and Mrs; Mclvin Zumach, Was baptized. Her sponsors were Mrs Harlan Vaudt and Harold Esser, Hospital News Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems left for Rochester, Minn., Saturday where Mr Siems went to consult with specialists. Mr and Mrs.'Arthtir Heldenwith drove to,Fort Dodge Sunday and took their daughter, "Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl arid granddaughter. Kay Frances. The latter entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where she underwent surgery Monday noon. Craig Ziinrnermann, oldst son of Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmer- manty is, a patient in University hospitals at Iowa City where he underwent surgery last week. James Kollasch and Mrs Ralph Schumacher underwent surgery in St. Ann hospital in Algeria" last week Saturday. Vernorr (Bud), Higgins under-, went surgery in St. Ann hospital Monday. A daughter was ; born to Mr and Mrs Harold 'Zimmermann Tuesday at St. Ann. They now have two boys, and two girls, A son was born to Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz Saturday in St. Ann hospital; This is their fir's! child. ,-'-, '.,;';'/'••"'•"' •.'.' : : V;'-'"-.' ,'•-' Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle attended the Vaux reunion held Sunday at Peterson. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidemvith spent from Thursday iinti'1, Saturday with their, son-in-law and daughter,'••••'•Mr -and Mrs : " Lloyd Walker at Albert Lea, /Mann. Mr and'Mrs J.B.Geelan: spent last week with the. George Elberts at Lake Okoboji. • Mrs-Edward •Besch: entertained the Jolly 500 club at. her home Tuesday afternoon. - Mrs Mike Mergen won high, Mrs James Besch, travel and Mrs Herman Voigt, low. Guests were Mrs' Elton Wood, Algona, Mrs Matt Krdmann and Dora Besch, Whit temore. , -. '•A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt gathered at thfe Voigt home last week Tuesday ,to celebrate Mr Voigt s birthday;- 5 Present were Mr and Mrs Artftf'te ' Voigt, Mf • and -Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heideriwith, Mr and Mrs Milr toft Espe and boys, Mr, and Mrs RayfnoncT Voigt and daughters and' -Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl of here, Mr and Mrs Harold: Voigt, Rosella Vdigt, Mr and Mrs Gerald Gfldm and Billy Johnson of Algona. The evening was spent playing cards and lunch was served later. Peggy Shelgren of Phoenix, Ari2. and Mrs Francis Spilles and farhity of Mallard spent Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Spilles. Marilyn Schmeling left Monday for Quincy, Wash. 'after spending a tv/o week vacation here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling. Mr and Mrs James Mueller, Mr and Mrs Harold Winke! and Mr and Mrs Dwayne Garmann are spending a week in northern Minnesota. • Mrs Esther Zinnel and daughters and Mr and Mrs Robert Stehlik, Braidwood, 111. are visiting at the home of the former's mother, Rosa Schumacher. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ostwald and Cheryl Ostwald, Whittemore and Mrs Theodore Ostwald, Fenton, loft .Tuesday'on a two week vacation and will-visit with the latter's daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs., Lewis Kuntz at, Hiat'tsville, Maryland. Mr and Mrs William Fandel left Monday for Munster, Ind., where they, will visit their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William McCullum. Theodore Fuchsen, Algona, accompanied by his mother, Mrs P. J. Fuchsen, Whittemore, are visiting with relatives in Mete- more, Kankakee and Wilmington, 111. Ottosen News Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson were accompanied by her sister, Mrs Helen Malm of Palmer, when they visited at the Harrison Moench home at Pomeroy and at,the Rose Rest Home at Rockwell City where they visited Mrs Hannah Moench Sunday afternoon. Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Wanda and Arland are spending the week at Lake .Okoboji. . . . . WESLEY NEWS There was- & meeting held in the^Dr. Bfefitefc home Aug. 10 to reorganize Bernard Sdtmt Division 73. Ercte&ii oft, Cedar ' Rapids came Aug. 13' to' take his two sons, 'Michael ahd Kevin home, they had -visited the ttast two weeks in th£ Paul ErdiKfan 1 and Donnelle hotnes. , Mrs Clarence Ack'fef son is 'a patient in St.* Ann hospital, Al gona. , ,. , SHAKE Dale Holmes of Nishna was bitten recently by a snake on the back of the hand wlhite,removing a staple from a' f erase. L soon after he was -Ditteft his arm start* May Use Fingers <5ity — Wallace Sehaef-' fer had the misfortune of getting his 16& hahd tangled in an ex- hat»t ftn while installing It m a cafe last week. Three fingers were Mdly mangled and it is not kndwtt yet if they can be saved. Mr^Schaeffer is in the at , ' ed swelling and,Became nuift'b. ror DRIVE-IN ! Ends Sat. story of the Mr and .Mrs Tom Whitcomb and family, MprrisV Minn., arid Paul Whitcomb of Albert Lea _were Sunday visitors at the J. F. Sullivan home, Mrs Kent Moustgard of Cowrie came on Friday to visit'her mother Mrs Mary Bashara and Rosalyn and Tom. On Saturday afternoon Mrs Bashara entertained n,eigh- bors and friends at a coffee party for Beverly. Mr and Mrs Alfred Busch took their son Duane to Kansas City, Sunday where on Monday he began studies in the National School of Aeronautics. Mr and Mrs Glen Dyer and children of Joliet, III., left on Thursday after spending a week with his mother Mrs Eunice Dyer and Howard. Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter and Ann returned Saturday from a week's trip through the Black Hills, Yellowstone and the Grand Teton National Park. Mildred Roderick of Waterloo 'and Mr and Mrs Clifford Roderick of Milford were Saturday evening guests at the D. B; Mayer home. By Clair Blossom CREDIT CARDS "CHARGE IT." Thosa are ihe bywords of millions of. Americans who have become credit card an SCXOUB. A fjounsh •.with* % cye» dit- c *r d server as a ma g i c wand capable of pro. viding any- .thing, from ''ballet tickets to an £f r-ica r» safari, from a, rented auip to an airpjane- trip around the worjd,, f i»n> a secretarY to dock facilities for a yacht. You can woo your witjj %u«h essentials as jfrvjjt, fiwvprs and chain- prpposa by telephone or it. Do you know all you reall Open'For CARMAN'S Garage & Body Shop (formerly Schroder's) BURT, IOWA TRUCK - TRACTOR - CAR REIAIRS tfc a&fe, we. solution to your in$uranc» pro blems, Blossom Insurance Agency l-Oftt Ifct.. Ctod^ft- tSty<ffit Phone CYpress 4-2735. WHITTEMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, AUG. 23 Henry Charles SUNDAY, AUG..30 Marv Reedstrom No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Robert Wagner Dana Wynter Jeffrey Hunter Hope Lange Exposition AT FAIRMONT, MINN. Wed., Aug. 26 Carnival Night The evening will bs p big Midway Night, with ihd ikst showing of ihfe FRANKLIN SHOWS with their Stale Fair Midway. Rides & Shows. , > ; .5 '; Thurs., Aug. 27 « Afternoon — Children's Day. Most rides lOc all afternoon, to children. Special Children's prices to Holler's Wild Animal Show. Evening —, Gene Holler's Wild Animal Show and Racing Ostriches. Fri,, Aug. 28 GRANDSTAND EVENING "OUT OF THE ', DARKNESS", a new concept in outdoor entertainment. Over 8,000 ; lubes of mulfi-color- ed fire and 100 aerial shells will be used at teach performance to illustrate tho story of.,, Creation ;nd the Old Testament. Biblical cenes are arranged' on massive Tames in beautiful' 'fireworks :uoline and then s0t off in total darkness, to breathtaking effect,. Each scene is accompanied ,by narration, music and special ef- lects, using an especially, installed high-fidelity! sound .system. No advance in prices for this State Fair COLOR by DE UUXEt«k - PLUS WEMENOOUS SAGA WITH* TREMENDOUS THEME! REUNITING THE TWO TOWERING ANTAGONISTS OF "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS-! YUL BRYNNER CLAIRE BLOOM .CHARLES BOYER CHARLTON HESTOM COKOXt. — Always — 2 — Color Cartoons — 2 Afternoon —--Repeat Children's Day. Most rides lOc all afternoon to children only. Evening —- Out Of Darkness Afternoon 3 p.m. — Thrillcade Early Evening 7 p.m. — Thrillcada • LATE EVENING :"0 P.M. — Out-of Vine Darkness LOW GRANDSTAND PRICES Adults - $1.00 Children - 50c COME OFTEN! THE GATE IS FREE! DRIVE STARTS SUNDAY! SEE IT ON OUR GiANT DRIVE-EN SCREEN! ON ALL MECHANICAL; BODY AND CfcASS WORK DURING REMAINDER OF AUGUST AUGUST SPECIAL FREE Grease Job With Oil Change 1! ion, Is, OMIV B»fw»atioii! "THE GREATEST SHOW NOW ON 'EARTH!" ; - TQDD's THE WORLD'S MOST V HONORED SHOW 0 BEST ^ PICTURE AWARDS AMD t WORLO-WIDE PRIZES **** stnmn§ if DOTD NIYM CANTINFLA8 ROBERT NEWTON SHIBUHF MacLAINE plus Feaiurette ' 'DEEP ADVENTl?RB".And 2 «-. Color Cartoons «— Z $1,00 ,rfW 'THE WORtD" * CHARLES BOVER * JOE E. DROWN * MARTINE CAROL * JOHN CARRADINE * CHARLES COBURK 1 •*• RONALD COLMAN * MELVILLE COOI'IiR * NOEL COWARD * KINLAY CURRIE * REGINALD DENNY * ANDY DEVINU * MARLENE DIETRICH * LUIS DOMINCUiN "• * KERNANDEL * WALTER I-TTZCERALD •*• SIR JOHN GIELCUD s * HERMIONE GINGOLD * JOSE GRECO * MRCEOKIC HAROWICKE *-TREVOR HOWARD * GLYNIS JOHNS * BUSTER KEATON * EVELYN KEYES * BKATR1CE I.ILLIE * PETER LQHRE ic KDMOND LOWE * COL. TIM MtCOY * VICTOR-McLAGKN " * A. E. 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