The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1961 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 16, 1961
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to He* nofln. 6lub tfnlled Presbylerian Women are having 'their general meeting rthis afternoon (Thursday). —o— . ' Floyd Turner is a'paJient ai St. Aiin Hospital, having entered last Week-end With pneUmortia, A U- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pralt lefl Sunday on a vacation trip to Ari- olher southwestern uriJSr r, £ 1Um ?" ek Wohian 's Club me ly after- Feb. 8 with Mrs. Glen Gabrielson Vtrs. Sadie Hopkins gave the open ing number and Mrs, Ethel Card ner and Mrs. Vivian Kuhn, pro gram. Mrs. Marguerite Gardne showed films on Hawaii. Th next meeting will be Mar. 6" will Elsie Willrelt. SUNDAY Thru TUESDAY at the ALGONA THEATRE zOha and states. ;Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson spent Sunday at Marcus with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Dh and Mrs. Ray Hobson. —o— Cindy Laubenihal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Laubenthal, is a patient at St.. Ann hospital where she was taken last week end suffering from pneumonia. —o— A A series of Lenlen breakfasls for Methodist high school youths began Wednesday. They meet at 7:30 a.m. in the Fireside Room for devotions and breakfast each Wednesday until Easter. -The morning and the evening groups of the; League of Women Voters had a joint luncheon meeting Tuesday at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Jack Limbaugh was in charge of arrangements. •—o— i Mr. and- Mrs. Bob Sigsbee had as, their guests on Sund'ay, Mr. and Mrs. Bill HubCIl of Fort Dodge. They plan to go to Fort Dodge Saturday for a reunion of World War II Army buddies. Men's Council of Ihe Pjfesby terian church will have a Sweet heart Dinner, Tuesday evening Feb. 21. Tickets are available from Irwin MaJueg, Wilbur Rein ders, Bill Marshal and Alwin Huenhold and the committee in charge is Andy Crawford, Wes Hardy and Gordon Hall. —o— Mrs. John Schuller, Mrs. Al Agena, Mrs. Marc Moore, Ava Simpson, Mrs. Lillian Frederickson, Bui-t, and Mrs. Chris pahl, I'onton, attended a school of instruction for Republican Women's club held at Fort Dodge Thursday. Mrs. Moore as membership chairman and Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, Mrs. Al Granzow and Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom are ward chairmen. Jack Lemmon, right, and Ricky Nelsdn blaSi trie enemy ift a dramatic moment fi'om "The Wackiest Shi£ itt Ihe Army," fHe Fffed iCohlmar production 1 for Columbia Pictures, the rtew comedy was iilmed in CinentaScope and Eastman Color. Past Natrons, Burt Install Officer Mrsi Jack Hilion, former Algona resident now of <Winterset, spent last week here attending Kay Isaacson's school for photo colorists. Mrs. Kyle Keith entertained a ^few friends .of Mps. Hilton's at a .coffee Satur'diay I afternoon., .MqrjriWs? ciiib, of ; the Presby- terian'churcn-will 'meet Sunday evening at 7;30. The,Mariners,of Bgrt will be guests and other gvfests are welcome. Guest speaker* will beiJSfta. iMa Goldman ofjTitonkat iMr.ianaiMrs. Richard' Mfiwdilejr(dnd; tMr.|and Mrsi (Al Affpnni I if(i*n? > The Methodist Youth Fellow ship has elected new officers. Bil Bartlelt is president; Roger Bran dow, vice president; Audrey Sardner, secretary; and John Schutter, Jr., treasurer. Program irea chairmen are' Barbara Kuchenreuther, Bob Ellcfson Rhonda Brandow, Kay Monitor ahd Jim Parsons. Bill Bartlett and Carol Richman are representatives to the Algona Youth Council. . .,..., —o~ The Alfred Schencks have received word of the death of Reid I. Davidson, former Algonan, who died suddenly df a heart attack in Voorhesville, N. Y. in late January. Mr. Davidson lived .with his parents on what as riow the George Scuffham farm and was a .graduate .of, the Algona. hjgh school with the .class of 1915.:He majored; in animal husbandry at Burl — Sixteen members of the Past Matrons Club were present at a 1 o'clock luncheon held Thursday' at the home of Trella Patterson :in Algona. Assisting hostesses were Millie Klamp; Erma Pratt and Mnry Jane Dugan. Jessie Miller, Junior Past Mat- rori was initiated in,to the club & presented tlie club key and by laws. Mary Jean Andrews, Ruth Alice Patterson and Mary Jane Dugan were in charge of the Ini tiation. They were assisted bj Lefie McMullen, Erma Pratt Ruby Hinckley, Lorraine Com pney, • and , Lillian Fredrickon The clyb, yoted'to purchase two qng wh'ite' 1 table : cloths for use y, the a phapter.... 'The March meeting will be ifcld at the home of Ruby Rich- afds in Britt with Irma Harvey ssisting hostesa f Agena' tare] chSrge, .,' : cohimittee in Iowa Stale cow tester 1 1 * * 1 1 - • • • death. College and at the time was a of his 25'YEARS" ! • • Paul Fleming and TedjJoqps of Traer i ra&htly. conip'lbtedS 25 years of volunteer service with Iho fire department. (Sunday guests at the Richard Lbvrenz home were Mr _and Mrs Gilbert Bidnc, Mr an'd;Mrs|6U- I'fil* Cir/inn r*F T r.1.^t » II/rill _ i _ .Ti R^ke. !K. A. Svccn, of Lake i Mills,'and and Mrs Ole j&redesoi) of Bleich is a patient at it — - — •* *»' « f^UblVJAlL C1 Mercy Hospital m Mason (City. ; JHerman bcnrbeder Was 'liigue by Ambulance i'riaa; {/^.•rcy Jiospital ! iii his condition isi Ij'ity STATE BANK i 'William Batt, Sgt. and Mrs Rort Batt and Mrs John MilJei AND THE IOWA STATE BANK WILL BOTH BE CL WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22 IN OBSERVANCE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY - , .'Henry Kueck left last week jfor California where he will visit re-- tivL's and friends for some time. The winter concert .'presented by the Burt Community Banil Thursday evening ,\vas well attended. The^prbgrtrm, directed by VVillinm Holmscth included music ranging from the liglit classical to modern dance, and featured solos by 'Peg Keith, Norman Carlson, Pat Hoover and Deanna Bernuu. Tiic Bund Mothers served coffee 'and cookies following the concert. Mr uncl Mrs Julius Sleeker, Ti tonka lire, parents .of their first child, a son, Teny Lee, born Feb. 7 at St/ Ann hospital. Thb grandmother is Mrs Helen Wieske and Mrs Sara Ollom, the great-grandmother. Mrs Wieske is- at Titonka helping care for her daughter and infant son. Mr and Mrs Larry Manus arc the parents of their first child, a daughter, Lori Ann. who was bom Friday, I-V-b. 10, at St. Ann hospital. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs George Manus and Mr and Mrs William Ludwig of Alfona. Mrs Emma Manus is the little girls great-grandmother. The Band Mothers will not meet this Thursday evening as schc dukd. They are entertaining th.:i:- i.u.-.baiHls at a planned pot luck .supp'T at the school at 7 o'clock. A hrief business meeting will follow the supper. ft i'.' coi'tec' anil coo'iios will be seived at the J. and D. Launclro- inat Thursday, Feb. Hi, their first anniversary parly. Olive Moore is a patient at St Ann hru'iitai. She was taken ti; the i'o.spital Irorn the home ot r f'.^ughter, Mis Leonard Sdi- mi'dt, Bode, Where she had been staying. Mr and Mrs Vern Rafdai and family, Titohka, were Sunday dinner and afternoon 'guests "at the Lawrence Doege home. Mr and Mrs M. C. Holmselh, Mr and Mrs Robert D. Holmseth, and family, Frost, Minn., attended the band concert at the school and were guests following the concert at the William Holmseth home. Mr and Mrs Walter SOrensOn went to Iowa City Wednesday,, where Walter had a medica check up. They also visited witi Al Hinckley and Marilyn at Oak dale. Mr and Mrs Floyd Dremmel Aurora, 111., arrived Friday for a weekend visit at the Nolle and Ray Dremmel homes. They were accompanied to Burt by Nelle Dremmel who had spent the past month at the home of her son in Aurora. Garilyn. Hinckley, a freshman at Morhingside in Sioux City, spent ^the weekend at her home here. M. J. Trunkhill spent several days this week at the home of his daughter and family, the Sherald Sydnos, to become acquainted Portland Twp. By Mrt, vim with the new granddaughter who arrived recently. , I 'Mrs Wiljfam iiolmseth attend- ] ed last rites' at 1 (hV Plover Metho- ;' rhurch'for Mr El wood Nun- riamrtkor • Thursday. Word was received by friends lhis ( .past week from Mrs R. J. Hamrnerstrom, foj-mcr resident,' that her brother had died at his] home in Illinois 1 ; i uj.h.i •' '•' — ; Mr'iJnd Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Monte Kinseth of Algona . Pye, AV> ^Muuie^Ro]^, Saturday, wiidre • fthe Z .Woman . attende'di a' sales convention. , Lloyd Bartlett is recuperating from a seige of pneumonia. He was confined to his bed for a Week. -/r ' ' Mrs LjJWrefice &oVeVn and Mrs Mlltdh ttlrfbw of LjHatjT wen to Des Meiixes fftUFsday. lAt and Mrs Leonard Ites, M ind Mrs Robert lies SHU Mf land foa Pat Puttkafrier, all of Alden tfr and Mrs Tony ItdS of Iowa Mis, Mr ahd Mrs 1 Everett fian- els of Aefelcy, Mf ahd Mrs 1 John Harm's 6f Ricevillc, Mr and Mrs James Harms atid lamty of For Dodge and Mr and Mrs Bi Champion and family of Algona Vfere Friday guests ifi tHe v Jesse iorms home. They all came for he .funeral of Orate Harms of Titdnka. ..Mr and Mrs Paul Dickmart of Sheldon, Wis., visited in the Paul Crueger home from Wednesday evening till Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Gene Nilson, at Win- riebago, Minn. ' i Mrs Art Groen and Judy, Mrs John Rash and Darrell and Mrs Ronnie -Ditsworth, all of x\lgona, w.gre Tuesday visitors with Mrs Billy Christensen. Mr and Mrs Holland Christch- sen, and family of West Salem, Wis, came last Saturday to visit relatives here in Iowa. Mr Christensen teaches in LaCrosse. He is a brother of Billy Christensen and Mrs Roger Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Clarence Cunningham of Eimore were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. .Mr and ,Mrs • Roscoe Stewart and Mr and Mrs Earl Shipler accompanied Mr and Mrs Robert 2 ' Alfl " 1 * Sunday dinner fiaWett _ the tt^ddinjt of fillin and Russell Hetify. Mr and ; %s Artr.Bartlett and Steven 6f EllgHdall and Loufs Bartlett.. were gucst^ ai fh6 home", Mr and Mrs "Lloyd Bartlett Went to Britf Saturday" fif{e7noon for a che*Cfe'ii{ft. . ' Jarftes S«lth 6f A'ttteS-.^as ti _ •idriV evening supper |uest in the Vic'tSi- FitfiK home". Koren'g Fitch^ind James Smith visited in the pvvight Ruse and Stanley Ruse homes Friday evening. Mr and" Mrs W. J. Stewart went Id LeMafs, last week to visit Mrs Stewards mother 4 ; MrV Leono. Guertln arid Mi- ahd Mr| Arland tiuertin arid sdfi of ettfr'Ofr W «*$ MrsW -..if, .., art celebrate her birthday, whidh ' ' ' Feb. 8. , , - •.;• r, Mrs dene Rihgsd6ff fftd : Gary and Billy, came Friday evening from Des Mbiliesi to Visit spirit the weik ^.™,...- — — tipnnl GuardJn Des Moines. They went back Sunday 'evening. Mrs Gene Ringsdorf, Gary and Billy, and Mr afid Mrs Robert Seefeld and ; Bret .were , Suriday dinner |UeS ts ill the, Dorfald Rngsdqrf hbme. •.,,. *,'• ; . • Paul Tien&n Went to Fort Dodge Sunday te visit his mother, Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mrs Kennedy has been having X-ray treatments and is to have eight more, one a day. So it Will be awhile yet before she will, be home. Mr and Mrs ftifejh Young, Cllntori., Renee attd GHHs'ti were Saturday, evening, siipfkr gtiests in the Clifford Voung home. Mr and Mrs Cliff6fd Yetlng went to Clear Lake Sunday afternoon, frhere they visited Grandma and Grandpa Young. 'It seerns (liftt in peace as well as in wah^the :Wron| men die". SUN. Thru TUES ALGONA SUNDAY 1:00 P.M. "Gold Of The Seven Saint" "S.O.'S, Pacific" ; , Thursdajf thru Saturday . ' ''• "Gold- Of -The Seven Saints" 7:00-10:00. "S.O.S. Pacific" at 8:40 Saturday matinee at 2:00. "The Wackiest Ship In The Army" Sunday, 1:00-3:15-5:25-7:40-9',55 Monday thru Tuesday 7:35-9M5 ' k Wednesday only Feb. 22 JiJThq .Captain's Paradise" . , Ciirtairi .time 8:15'- * ' ; • , ' Feature at 8:40 ALGONA THEATRE-ALGONA, roWA iaugh on the ship Slipped over on the /Army AMD PAnjiplA ORJSC014- P^jC;Oi9R| CARTOON AhfDl''ASSIGNM^NT SOUTH PACIFIC" ! . CINEMA ARTS WEDNESDAY ONLY-FEB. 22 One Performance — Curtain Time 8:15 P.M. GUINNESS jm* HAS THE TIME OF HIS LIFE .., T!ie Captain's paradise P Urt, ALEC GUINNESS YVONNE DeCARLO „ TO CEIIA JOHNSON A IOPERI FIIMS REUA5I • Oillribul.Jihiu UNIT80 ARllSTS Plus Short Subject "WONDERFUL GIBRALTER' ADMISSION 90c — FEATURE AT 8:40 P.M. THURS. Thru SAT. ALGONA You are invited to hear J. STOCKWELL Speaker, Soloist, HyrtirivVHtor . EVANGELIST CHELSEA J. STOCKWELL (Nationally Known Evangelist) IN SPECIAL MEETINGS 7:30 P. M. (Every Night except Saturday) February 19th thru March 5th at the REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Elm & Wooslor Slrcef ALGONA, IOWA REV. ELDON W. WEAVER, Pastor That £ver PISTOL- ROARED Out Of The PITS OF HELB. ! CilNT ROGER CHILL WILLS ifTICIA ROMAN CDOK CONSTANTMt mum BOTH FEATURES SHOWN SAT. MAT. AT 2:00 J within the next 12 months \ Then Read Below: If you are considering or planning to buy a sewing machine in the next year or so, we would like 1 u iS s l eond « of y° u r reading time. You have probably been contacted by direct mail from "far away sewing machine firms offering you fantastic deals. .We", we at North Iowa Sewing Machine Cp., feel th^t w« have the best deal of all ro offer you Far instance, did you know that we offer free store service ori every sewing machine we sell ?OR AS ffiSrti? Y m U « WN ' Tt u Try to ' firm,that will offer you that. 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