The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1946 · Page 12
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THEATRE NEWS SHOWS AT 7:00 AND !):09 r. at. Speaking of Vacations . . . August seems to be the vacation month for many Burt folks. Or. and Mrs. Bahnson are vacationing in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt choso the heart of the lake country. Park Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith were also recently Canada- bound. And so it goes . . . there's nothing like a restful vacation to sot one up for the months to come. Right now, many of us are too busy to take time off. but we can all manage an evening off now and then. A good place to spend it is at the Burt Theatre . . . air-cooled for your comfort, you know . . . with some mighty fine pictures showing. Visit far distant places via our movie screen! Yes, here are those three names you want to see. Three more residents arc invited to come to the Burt Theatre and sec the show FREE. Here are the 3 lucky names this week: HAROLD FISCHER Burl CLIFFORD LOVSTAD Burt CHESTER SILL Burt f COMING SHOWS AT BURT THEATRE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY August 14 and 15 Action! Song!! Romance!!! In Color With EDDIE DEAN in "SONG OF OLD WYOMING" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY August 1C and 17 DON'T See what the bridegroom visualized for his wedding. DON'T See how he acted when his bride appeared in woolie pajamas. DON'T See what lie did with the rolling pin. DON'T See "THE SAILOR TAKES A WIFE" if you don't want a rollick ing good time. —ALSO— Starting This Friday and Saturday "The Royal Mounted Rides Again" SUNDAY AND MONDAY August 18 and 19 "TANGIER" The 'Double Crossroads' of the World. Tense, Dangerous, Drama. Starring Maria Montez -, Robert Paige Sabu Preston Foster Louise AI br it ton BtWlPLEWED 40 YEARS, AUG. 6 Burt: Mrs. Arthur DaviS eft tertained a group of ladiefc T*ues day afterhfflari in honor bf the Daviss 40th wfedding attnivers ary. In the group were the Mes dames Elizabeth Patterson, Ber tha Wallace, M, E. Polhemus Cora Stow, S. M. Peterson, A. C BernhartL Will Ringsdorf, Mrs, H. W. Mamis, an?d Mrs. fidw, Blumer, Algona, Bill Bait worked in the Titonka barber shop last week. Ed Smith Jr., wnb has been In Guam, is back in the United States again. Mr. and Mrs. Ft J. Nealy left riday for a Vacation at Park Rapids, Minn. Ruth Haase has been working a few days at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Mrs. Bill Batt and a group of Titonka ladies visited a friend it Garner Wednesday. Dorothy McDonald and Betty Bates left Sunday for a week's 'acation at Trout'Lake, Minn. A stillborn baby was born 'hursday to Mr. and Mrs. Richrd Lavrenz at the Kossuth hos- ital. Roy Ollom returned Wednes- ay from Eldora, where he had een visiting his sister Mrs. Max mith. Miss Frances, Schrader, Wil- mettc, 111., spent last week at the ome of her niece, Mrs. J. D. eters. , L. H. Riedel and .daughter eugenia, Stella Rachut and Harold Steward were business visitors in Minneapolis Tuesday. Mrs. J. A. Bernards, Bricelyn, Minn., and Mrs. Malinda Hanson, Frost, Minn., were Tuesday dinner guests at the Estel Rentz home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Peters and sons, Detroit, Mich., came Saturday for a visit at the .home of Mr. Peters' mother, Mrs. W A Peters. The Leo Immerfalls spent last week at Lebanon, Mo. where Mrs. Immerfall's sister Mrs. Tola Pederson, was to undergo an operation. Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk and children are staying at the Guy Carlson home near Wesley.while Mrs. Carlson is in a Mason City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf i and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shipler left Wednesday on a week's trip through the Dakotas and Minnesota. The American Legion and Auxiliary met in the Legion hall ast Tuesday evening. Mrs. Tom Trenary and Mrs. C. C. Smith were hostesses. The Supt. W. B. Officer family moved Thursday into Mrs. Lewis arson's home. They had been iving in the school house for nearly six weeks. •Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hinkle and daughter Mrs. Violet Collison of Slmore, Minn., were dinner ;uests last week Sunday at the Will Ringsdorf home. Mr.'and Mrs. Lester Vegais, Stratford, came Wednesday evening ancl bot Mrs Vee-iri father J. L. Peterson and took him home with them for a visit Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogei went to Mason City Tuesday and brought home the Rev. A. G. Heddle, who had been a patient , at Park Hospital for several weeks. I The Lester Bonnstetters, Corwith, stopped at the W. J. Lockwood home Friday. They picked up their daughters, who had been visiting here, and went on to Madison Lake, Minn., for a vacation. The A. W. Radekes, Mitehol- ville, called on Burt friends Thursday. They had a small trailer house and were going north for a month's vacation. Mr. Radeke operated a garage here some years ago. While Mr. and Mrs. Chel Van De Walker and family of St Paul, Minn., were visiting at the D. B. Potter home last week their daughter Jean came down with the measles. She was tak en to the Potter home in Algona Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olsoi left Thursday after about tw< months visit with Bure relatives They were to visit relatives a Fairmont, Minn., and friends in South Dakota and were then go ing to their home at Tacoma Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. R. H Ortman left Thursday for a trip to\ the Wisconsin Dells anc northern Minnesota. Mr anc Mrs. Will Ringsdorf stayed at the Donald Ringsdorf home during their absence. The Axel Andersons of Dike visited Mrs. Alvina Powers Thursday and completed plans for moving here soon. They have rented the Charles Olson house, n which Mrs. Neva Ollom had seen Jiving. Mr. Anderson is to be athletic coach here this year. Mrs. Bertha Batt, Helen, Edna and Marilyn, St. Benedict, visited Thursday afternoon at the 3ill Batt home. Mrs. J. D. Breen and Stella Mae, Algona, also were Thursday afternoon callers at the Batt home. They also called at the H. E. Rachut home Miss Dorothy Miller, who eaches m Des Moines, and her mece, Kay Miller, Estherville came Monday for a visit at the j . M . lller h °me. The Millers and their guests spent Thursday afternoon at the Laurence Miler home in Ames. Dorothy Miler is Mr. Miller's sister. Mrs. Calvin Bristow and children are staying at the home of if .Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf, while they .are making a fclt to Seattle, Wash. They will 't$it their daughter Mrs. Reed lingham. Another daughter Wary Lee, who is a nurse at Carroll and a friend accompan- e4 them. Helen Rachut, who has been JUST HUMANS ^.nmoat (American New* Fcalurej, Inc.) Holden bft Mf. tad Mrs. fe and |HlWfen called fly .<* ' the late- IrvlM Santiay afterhdoft in West Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Holland have returned frorti a .' vacation trip sjtefft « TKe "DelFs" in Wisconsin. Recent guests at the O. T, tar- son home 1 are: Mr. arid Mrs, "So He's Dead, Is He?" "Well, If He Ain't, The/re Puttin' SometMn' Over On Him!" LYLE EASTMAN OF BODE IS A GROOM Bode: Sunday, July 28, in the Methodist church in Edgewoocl, la., occurred the marriage of Lyle Eastman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eastman ancl Miss Vcrla Everett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Everett of Edgewood. Following the ceremony a wedding reception and dinner was held at the* home of the bride's sister in Greely, la. Those attending from here were Lylcs parents", Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eastman, Mr. and P^trs. Loren Eastman ancl Amanda Johnson. Following their wedding trip the couple have returned 'to Edgewood, where Lyle owns anc operates a moving picture busi ness. Baptismal Services Baptismal services were helc for Rachael Ann, month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmai Kinseth of West Bend. Sunday morning church services with the Rev. Jordahl officiating. A dinner followed the church services at the home of the baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lomen. Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Naul Newsome of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Karyln Lomen of Des Moines. ^ ... . -^- i >-„. , Holland Family Reunion Sunday noon at Arnold's Park the Holland families from here and elsewhere enjoyed a family picnic. Those in attendance from here were: Mrs. E'rick Holland. The Sidney, Leo, Archie and Norman Holland families. New X-Hay Machine G. G. Petriksen of Omaha, Neb., was here last week installing new equipment in the offices of Dr. Cloyie A. Newman, including a new x-ray machine and flouroscope. Opheim Reunion The Opheim annual family picnic was held at the Luclwig Olson home Sunday, July 2fl, with 48 in attendance. night for their new home in Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Qually spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Torrence in Red Oak. . . ' Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Pederson have returned from a vacation trip in Northeastern Iowa, including McGregor and Dubuque , Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Fitz, Mr and Mrs. James Stewart of Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Miv and Mrs. R. F. Gullixson. Enroute home from the Black Hills Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weat- land and children of Ottawa, 111., made a three-day stop i at the Mrs. Ole Torgerson home. Jean Carlson, relief telegraph operator, has returned from Wcllsburg, where he had been for two weeks, and later left to supply in the agent's place, Graettinger, la. C. B. Mattice, accompanied by Mrs. Mattice and three small daughters left for Fort Dodge where the family will live for two weeks while C. B. operates the summer resort at' Spring Lake. •'•• > Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Pederson and two children of Michigan have concluded visits here with relatives and have returned to Forest City for a visit, with her, parents before returning to their home. • .:.:•' . , NVe of Fertile. Ifl; Mrs. Minnie Michelsort of Humboldt; Mrs. L. T. Larsdft of. Minneapolis; Mr. arid Mrs. Clifford Goodell and daughter Luella Menbrh- inee, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Percy -fjtSSsem were in Spencol 1 one day last week calling on his mother. Mr. Tjossem, who has been recover- ng from an illness, has sufficiently recovered to '.return to ^lariori to oversee his work as nittermaker. Miss Nettie Anderson of Los Angeles, former Bode fesident, ifter several days visit here at he L. B. Gangstad home, and luring that time was widely en- ertained by several of her riends, has left for her home on he ^west coast. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kinseth have elurned from a week's trip, gong as far as Ten Mile Lake, orth of Hackensack, Minn. 'hey visited Lake Itasca park nd en route home stopped at an ndian Trading Post near Mille J.MCS Lake. Recent guests at the home of Mrs. Osmund Watnem were Mrs. Gunnar Sivertson ahd Mrs. Les•lie Hanson of Minneapolis, who spent three days at. the Wathem home last week, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pederson, Lucille and Lloyd and Miss Marthie £eedalc of Minneapolis were weekend guests. HOSPITAL , July 29: Mrs. Maurice Jensen Waterloo, rrtedlcai; Mrs. L. F Llndsey, Algbna, girl. , July 30: * MafllyH Jean Rath LuVerrie, jbrieUrridnia. , Aug. 2: Mrs. Lewis Anderson, Britt, boy, Aug. 3: *»eggy Oebfdos, A1- feofla, e'ar infectidh: Mrs. Fred LUpkes, Algona, girl; Bbyd Bau< tier. Lake City, Medical. Aug. 5: Mrs. Mllo Rentz, gona, boy. New Athletic Coach" At Swea City Burl: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stew art and son Michael arrive Wednesday from Hamburg, r- Y., where Mr. Stewart has -bee working several months. He wf be athletic coach in the Swe City school the coming year. Th Stewarts are' visiting Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Elvidge and other relatives. Wm. R. Ferstl In Japan On Army Duty Pfc. Wm. R. Ferstl, 19, para trooper from Algona, expects to spend the remainder of his time overseas with his present unit now stationed at Mur<5ran, Japan, a news release from the llth Airborne Division states. He is a son of Mr:'and Mrs. Ferstl of Algona, a'nd farmed before his induction' into the army. HOSPITAL , July 20: Mrs. Dale Jensen, L,ohe Rotk, appendectomy; Mrs. payid Laing, Algona, boy; Keith Salsrud, Irvington, accident; Mrs. Hannah Bowman, Algona, nodical; LuVerne and Duane 3iggihs, Smlthlattd, accident. July 30: Mrs. Elead Wegener, Algona, boy; Mrs. Harold '• Ris- lau, LuVerne, twins— girl and boy. July 31: Mrs. L, M. Bormann, LuVerne, boy. Aug. 2: Florence Hulsebus, Burt, medical; Crystabol Cortex Montejo, corn detasseler, medi* cal. Aug. 3: Mrs. P. Steers, Algona, medical. '^ Aug. 4: Mrs. Wm. Steele, Algona, girl; Mrs. R. Bode, Algona, boy. . The Algona Newspapers furnish employment and provide a means of livelihood for 16 families in Al- ;ona . .. the printing and publish- ng industry in Algona deserves onstant support. New Arrivals— L U GG AGE Returns to Washington Mis Thelma Olson has returned to duties as secretary to a law firm in Washington, D. C., after a two weeks vacation spent at the home of her paronts Mr. am Mrs. Chris Olson. Many courte sies were extended to "Miss Ol son during her visit here. Home From Navy Vernon L. Schmidt has recciv ed his honorable discharge fron the Naval Air Technical Train ing Center at Memphis, Tenn. July 24, 1946. He hopes to en ter college this fall. He enlisted in June 1945, taking his boot training at Great Lakes, and was stationed at Norman, Okla., unti May 1, when he was transferrec to N. A. T. T. C., Memphis. Attend Funeral Mrs. H. C. Olson and Mrs. Erling Olson went to Eagle Grove Thursday, Aug. 1, to attend funeral services for Mrs. Howard Martin, a niece of Mrs. H. C. Olson. Returns to Pittsburg Mrs. Delia Tilliu and Mary Lou after a few weeks visit with her sister Mrs. Earl Olson, have returned to their home in Pittsburg, Pa. The 'boys Wayne and Joseph, who accompanied their mother here, have remained for a longer stay with relatives in West Bend and the Earl Olson home. Helmen and E. M. Ellingson have returned from a fishing trip at Spirit Lake. Leonard Schmidt and Vernon Schmidt have returned from a business trip at Lancaster, Mo. Mrs. E. H. Norman and Phyllis left from Algona. Friday working as a nurse's aide at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, came home last week and will spend a few weeks at home be*ore entering Wartburg college at Waverly. where she is enroli- ng in the education department. She is a member of this year's iraduating class. Airplane Luggage Brown with tan trim. All leather and leather handle. 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