The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 11
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''5 S * >** •******!*.». , *<k *-.„..* . ftajlrdad mail clerk. «... ...--.-i , retired Mr and MM Gl»n ftsney returned from Dubuque' they visited th^ttttHtt'Itiw ahd daughter the Rev. atfd Mm ftofotrt and children. « (NO MATINEE SAT. At 2 P.M. ACCf, BAND NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY A LONE YANK WAR CORRESPONDENT IN A LAND OF VIOLENCE! BAKER* MlTEILER '2ND FUN-FILLED, TUNE-FILLED FEATURE JACK JONES BRIAN DONLEVY-GEORGEJESSEL*;- A CLOVER PRODUCTION • A COLUMBIA PICTURE *' SUNDAY AND MONDAY SYMBOL OF AMERICA'S MOST INCREDIBLE ERAS R was the age of t t speakeasies and jazz... * when everybody sinned, ginned and broke the laws...while a vicious crime lord v • almost took over, the nation!, WITH HIS EVIL'TAKE" OF $2,000,000' A WEEK HE BOUGHT ANYTHING OR ANYONE HE WANTED! _ S,. '• - PLUS COLOR CARTOON PLUS - HAWKEYE FOOTBALL THRILLS! "WATCH IOWA GO" TUESDAY AND WEDNESAY JAMES DON (MEY* MURRAY DANAGLYNIS WINTER JOHNS A STORY OF LOVE AND HATE... AND THf SUDDEN SOUND OF GUNS! LOCALS Mr attd Mr* Leo McfiftH* havft had as guests the past week, Mr and Mrs R. A. ulery of Los Angeles, Calif, Mf» Lydia Weiiel had as callers Suhday Mr and Mrs Omer McMahon, of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs ft W. Wetael and Mrs Clara Pompe. Mf and Mrs Don Potter were ! n Des Moines two days ]»st week. Don attended a meeting of speech nearmg therapists at Hotel Kirkwood. Mr and Mrs Joe Willger, Mrs Mary Hoffman, and Mrs Veron* ica Roethler drove to Sherburn, Minn. Sunday to see Mrs Ann Poirot, former resident here, Mrs Lois Caldwell has returned from . Richmond, Ind., where she spent sevqral days with her son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs R. N. Brenton and Barbara. Mr and Mrs "Judd" St, John and Mr and Mrs Stanley Black, of Burl spent the weekend at Minneapolis with the respective son and daughter Mr and Mrs Perry St. John. Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud drove to Rockwell City a week ago Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs Art Henry, former residents here who have recently purchased a nursing home. Mr and Mrs David Merryman were visited over the weekend by the tatter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Robert Liles, Linda, Larry and Steve, of West Salem, Wis., The Plum Creek Elite 4-H girls entertained their mothers with a picnic at Call State park on Saturday. The next meeting Will be oh October 10 at Mrs Benschoter's. Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall were in Des Moines last week where Mr Marshall transacted business. They visited Mrs Marshall's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Joe Wahrer. Mrs Newton Hieier spent from a week ago Tuesday till Saturday at University hospital, Iowa City, having 1 , a check-up. She has 'made good recovery from major sur- gerv of a year or two /ago. Mr and Mrs Robert Munger had the former's mother Mrs Neva Munger, of. Spencer as guest from Wednesday till Sunday., Shirley Munger, ' sister of .Robert* came from Spencer for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe received word Wed. that their son- an-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Leon Hugeback of Chicago, 111. are the parents of a baby daughter, this is" the couples first child. Mrs Robert Richardson, of Cedar Falls, is spending a few days here with Mrs 'Kenneth Strahorn and Mrs George Harris. The Richardsons are former Algonans who moved to Cedar Falls a few years ago. Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe of Algona and Mrs Alviri Andreasen of Burt, drove to Eau Claire, Wis. to attend the wedding of a niece, Beverly Bentley and. Dale Cush- rrian of Monddyi, Wis, Mrs Ag, dreasen is .a ..sister of Mrs McEnroe. Mrs W. A. Duiton has as guests her sisters Mrs Clara Frambach Wilde and Mrs Mayme Frambach Schnell, of Los Angeles, who will be here about three weeks. They came in time to celebrate Mrs Button's • 86th birthday, September 26. Both are former residents here. Linda Mary Bode, daughter of Mr and Mrs Calvin Bode of Algona, is a freshman at Mount St. Clare college, Clinton, according to a report from the college. A graduate of St. Cecelia high school with the class of '59, Miss Bode is majoring in secretarial science. . Mr and Mrs John H. Seeman were visited Thursday and Friday of last week by Mr and Mrs Carter Zerbe and son Brian of Augusta, Kansas. Mr Zerbe is a grandson of Mr and Mrs Seeman and is employed at the Daily Gazette in Augusta as advertising manager. The Zer.bes left for their home Saturday morning. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sirahorn were visited over the weekend by their children, Fred, a student at the State University of Iowa, Sandra of the Iowa State University, Ames, and Judy, of Iowa State Teachers college. With them were friends Betty Behrens, of Grundy Center, a student at Cedar Falls, and Bob Wiskus, of Mason City. Other guests were Mrs Strahorn's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs James Smith, of Ames. Carol Shore was also, guest, her parents being on vacation. Mr and Mrs Andrew Lich- teig, of Sexton, have purchased the Kenneth Strahorn house at 709 North Phillips street. The Strahorns are moving to Iowa Falls. Whittemore Men Conducting Farm Tour Of Russia Dick Hanson, formerly of WhiUetnore, left New Yprk Cily Sept. 22 with 25 farmert and farm wives foi* a month*long lour of farming areas In RftBsm and other European countries. .Hanson, editor of Successful Farming magazine which is sponsoring the tour, will lead the group. The Farm Study Tour will begin in Denmark, then move to Russia, Romania, Germany, Holland, France, England, and Scotland, and return to the United States on Oct. 21. More than two weeks will be spent in farming areas of Russia. The farmers will study farms, farming methods, farm equipment factories, agricultural colleges, and other agricultural points of interest. There will also be times for a good deal of sightseeing. TbGstmasteri lleet Election of a new jH»t«l of officers fot the next six monthsftby Toastmftstefs of Algona took place at the last meeting. ML L. V«inderW«al is president; Dr. Shey, Educational V.P.; Raymond G i 1 b e r 1, Administrative V.P.; Darrell Ludwig, secretary; Gerald Hans, treasurer; «nd' Robert Johnson, sergeant at arms. Installation will be held Oct. 5, at Ladies Night. DEER .-/A bifj male deer was killed on highway 30 near Tamn recently when it \vjis struck by a car driven by Wnyno Halupnik. The buck weighed 250 •TT Right Now is the Time To Plan Ahead For Tomorrow 803-A Sewing Machine BIG NEWS is ihe revolutionary 7 ree-Weslinghouse Super Deluxe Automatic 1 It's an ''automatic" seller . . . designed for the needs of everyone . . . It's the one machine designed to "do everything" . . doing it simply, easily, with perfect precision. As Low As $89.88 TERMS Bjustrom Furniture TF thunday, Oct. 1, 1959 Algona (la.) Upp«f ADMISSION ONLY 10* - JtSe Why not take toe sure way? 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