The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1961 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1961
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Mr and Mrs Betnard dapesius Mr and Mrs Bless Busk returned last weekend from „ trip thru western states, They Visited Mr arid Mrs Charles Kennedy at Scottsville, Ariz, arid a I Dallas they spent some time with their daughter, Joan; and Mrs James McCaffrey. visited last Thursday by the lat» u ter'S hie,ce and husband, Mr aftd (Mrs Dean Knudsen, Hattiattd, teittn. They brought back Mrs Rusk's mother, Mrs" Thora Soren* sen, who had visited, there a few weeks, - MIDNITE SHOW — SATURDAY NIGHT! APRIL 1st AT 11:30 A WILD CAPER OF JA2ZY FILM FUN! ALGONA I'JflMHIt!)IMIHffirWP CINEMASCOPt PLUS — 3 STOOGE COMEDY "GOOF ON A ROOF" A FREE TICKET TO TO ALL WHO ATTEND . ... LIMITED ENGAGEMENT: The Most Honored Motion Picture Ever To Play Algona! A TALE OF THE CHRIST It is the talk of the nation. Here, in I . ^ magnificent production, is the immortal story beloved by millions...of romance, pageantry, conflict and a faith fhafdid not die upon the crow. 11 ACADEMY AWARDS including "BEST PICTURE"! HftfflHMttREET-SIffHENBOYD Evening performances at 7:30. Admission $1.25 Matinees on Wed., Sat. at 1:30 Admission 90c Matinee on Sunday at 1:30 Admission $1.25 Children (Under 12) 60c at All Times STARTS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 ALGONA THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY MATINEES FRIDAY and SATURDAY AT 2:00 ALGONA 2 NEW FEATURES In Big Screen Color! You Have NEVER Seen Such WONDERS As You Will Witness In Follow the Genie All... through 1OO1 feats of magic and adventure! Follow he, helps a betrayed Prlnct win a Princess- n Persian thronel CINEMASCOPE; COLOR by DELUXE DIANE BAKEK* SECOND EXCITING NEW FEATURE . Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley spent the weekend at SioUx City. Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Delbeft Sharp, Omaha, Neb. Mrs W. J. Payne was visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Lee Sea- berger, Mason City. Mrs Louise Peter had Mr and Mrs Cprl Peter of Lone Rock as> guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs William .Finn will have as Easter Sunday guests Mr and Mrs Don Welp of Bancroft. Gertie Oelkins is recovering from surgery and is at Mercy Hospital, Mason City. Lyle Riedinger is a. surgical patient at St. Ann hospital.' He was taken there last Thursday. Mrs Frank Cink was taken to St. Ann hospital a few days ago for, treatment of flu. Mr nd Mrs Virgil Hohlf, Brian and Vicki spent Sunday at Swea City with' the parents, Mr and Mrs J. A, Rohlf. Jerry Reilly who teaches at Lake City will spend his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Reiley. Mr and Mrs W. L. Snodgress are being visited by the letter's mother, Mrs Dolly Waltman, Cherokee. Mr and Mrs Herbert Hensley and children spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mrs He'nsley's aunt, Mrs Joe Ferden. Mr and Mrs Charles Patterson will have Mr and Mrs Wendell Patterson and family of Chicago as Easter guests. Mr and Mrs Julius P.elerson Will have Mr and Mrs Harold Anderson and family of Royal as guests Easter Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid will have Mr and Mrs Merrill Sparks, Blue Earth, Minn.,' as. Easter dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Howard Plait have returned from Neosho, Mo., and Brownsville, Tex. At Neosho they visited Howard's mother, Mrs Emma Platt. Mr and Mrs> Wilbur Bruner and Mrs Margaret Reid spent Sunday at Gilmore City with the parents Mr and Mrs Harry Bruner. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn will have as guests for Easter Mr and •Mrs Mike Sallick, Thomas, Dennis, Steven and Donna Ann, Chicago. Mrs P. W. Hansen and Mrs Arnold . Danielson, Janiije and ;Diane-attended a weddingshow ;r er for Darlehe Seller," SUndaj}'. Joe Bradley Jr., Mark Seeley and James Cink, students at St. Thomas college, St. Paul, Minn., will spend their Easter vacation with the respective parents Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley Sr, Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley and Mr and Mrs Eugerte Cink. Joe Bradley will have as guest Phil Kurd, of Sidney, Mont. J. F. Milder, local manager 01 the Thermogas Co. spent last week thru Thursday in DCS Moines at the company stockholder and managers meeting. Mr Milder for the third year in a row was elected as a director. .On Wed. of the meeting the company stock was released as public offering. Mr and Mrs Vallo Naudain have been visited by Mrs Woodrow Sarchet and daughter Judith, Albany, Ore. A family reunion was held at the Naudains and included were Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne arid Mr and Mrs Clarence Maland, Elmore. Woodrow Sarchet is a brother of 'Mrs Bourne. Mrs Carrie St. John and son Everett went to Monroe Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Dale Sutphin and see their son, Randy, 8, who has been at Skiff Memorial hospital, Newton, under treatment for rheumatic fever From there they went to Iowa City to see Everett's son, Brands, 12, who is hospitalized with a kidney infec- who visited here oh n trip from Sweden a year ago. Mr and Mrs Russell Picket! will be visited over the Easier holiday by xheir daughter Judy who is enrolled nt the St. Joseph school of nursing at Omaha, Neb. They will also have as guest Mrs Pickett's sister, Mrs Sterling Logue, of Grand Island, Neb., who will assist in the moving of the father Matt Kapp to the apartment at the Pickett's. His home has been sold to Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer of Lotts Creek. The Pickctts and-Mr, Kapp were visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs W. D. Hemmingsen, Des Moines. at -Whittemore. Mrs Don Sherman drove to Mason City Tuesday to visit Gertie Oetkins, who is a patient ai Mercy hospital. .Mr and Mrs .Hay Schilmoeller will have as dinner guests Easter Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert R Rain, of Whittemore. Carol Shore; a student at the Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, will spend her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore, Mr and Mrs Robert Sigsbee were visited Tuesday by the latter's mother, Mrs Adolph Bruell- mnn, -West Bend, The Sigsbees will be Easter dinner guests of the Bruellmans. Mr and Mrs Arnie Elbert had as guests over the weekend their daughter, Mrs Russell Fisher and Kathy, Osage. who came Friday They were joined Saturday by Mr Fisher. Bertha Johnson, one lime Kossuth county auditor who has lived in Cedar Rapids the past several years, has written friends she is entering a hospital there April 3 and will undergo surgery. Mrs Harold Rolh accompanied Mr and Mrs A. K. Shaw to Mankato and Lake Crystal, Minn., Sunday. They visited Katherine Haag at Mankato and Mr nd Mrs John Gappa at Lake Crystal. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrot! spenJ the weekend at Mystic with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Porter. En route they stopped in Des Moines to see Mr Parrott's brother-in-law and sister for a short time. Mrs W. C. McDouqall lefl Tuesdy for Morrison, 111, to be with an uncle Charles O'Harrow a few days. From there she will go to Menasha, Wis., to spend Easter with Mr and Mrs Bob McDoufJall and family. William Robinson concluded his 30 day leave and left Sunday for Dover Airbase, Delaware. He had been stationed in Alaska. He spent the time with his parents, Mr and Mrs E. E. "Bud" Robinson. Mrs Frank Ostrum returned Wednesday from Rochester, Minn., where she and surgery. Mr Ostrum visited her last week and the son Edward and his wife who live at St. James. Minn., have been with her frequently. Mr and Mrs Annie Elbert have received word of the birth Monday, March 27, of a son to their son and daughter-inTlaw Mr and Mrs Arnie Elbert Jr., at Harlan. This is the first child and he weighed seven pounds and nine ounces. The maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty, Lu Verne. Mr and Mrs A<-t Rislau drove to Eaele Grove Friday and took back the grandchildren, Tim and Connie, who had been here a fortniaht. The parents, Mr and Mrs W. W. Ristau have two older children and an infant. Coleen Kay born March 13. The little folk hftd been here during the mother's convalescence. tion. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips were guests of Mr and Mrs Marion Burbank Friday at Mason City. Sunday the Phillips had as guests Mr and Mrs Burbank and Mr and Mrs Frank Vera. The Veras recently , returned from Phoenix, Ariz., where they had spent a few months with theii' daughter, Mrs Elvie Hutchinson and sons Ted, Joe and Tommy. Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman entertained a group of relatives Palm Sunday in honor of the confirmation of their daughter Carol Ann. Guests were Mrs P. W. Hansen, Algona, Arnold Danielson and. family, Mr and Mrs Jack Weiland, Britt, Kr and Mrs Andrew Miller, Carol and Kenneth, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs Freda Zimmerman, Whittemore. Mr and Mrs C. R. Bronson returned Friday from a trip In the southern states. They visited their son A/2 Ronald L. Bronson, England AFB, Alexandria, 'La, jWho will be home on .fur- Marriage Banns Published For Bancroft Girl Bancroft — Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. John's Catholic church for Gerald, P. Erpeldlng, Whittemore, and Helen Marie O'Donnell, Lone Rock, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell. Mr and Mrs Roger Wilhelmi came for a visit at the Dan McGee home. Mrs Wilhelmi is the former Denice McGee. They have two children. Mr and Mrs Joseph Eich and Mrs Arthur Long visited Friday with Henry Eich, a patient av Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Mrs Nellie Lupin fractured a bone in her foot Saturday. She turned her foot causing the fracture. Bernie Fox, who is home on at ten day leave with his parents, will be stationed at Fort Kriox, Kentucky. Gordon Dudding, who is employed with a construckion Company at Fort Scott, Kansas, spent the week end with his wife and children here. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss and Mrs Vincent Becker visited with Rosalee Dorr at Mason City Saturday. Mr and Mrs William Schiltz. Davenport, spent the week end with his parents, the Roy Schiltz. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS ODM Classifieds Pay Dividend! lough about May 30. , They also visited Mrs Bronson's mother, Mrs Lizzie Lewis and other relatives at Pittsburgh, Miss. En* route home they spent some time with Mr Bronson's relatives at Waterloo. Mr and Mrs H. F. Frisledl are being visited this week by Martha Nordenfelt of Ronneby, Sweden. Miss Nordenfelt is a foreign exchange student and is taking her senior high school year at Shatter, California, and was successful in obtaining permission to visit her relatives here. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Torsten Nordenfelt, the latter being a first cousin of Mr Fristedt, and FHI. MAR. 31st NO DANCE SATURDAY, APRIL 1st APRIL FOOLS DANCE BOB WHITE & ORCH. SUN., APRIL 2nd No Dance MONDAY, APRIL 3rd APPRECIATION NITE FREE POP-ICE-POPCORN- HOTDOGS - BEER 5c per Bottle. BOBBY HANKINS AND THE BLUE BOYS Adm. $1.21 plus tax tot. $1.25 SWEA CITY NEWS Union Good Friday services will be held Friday from noon until 3 p.m. at the : Open "Bible church in Swea City. All community churches will take part in the services. Local stores will be closed duririg the Services to allow employees to attend. Mr and Mrs Donald Funderburk of Bremerton, Wash., became the parents of thoir first child, a son March 21. The lad weighed 5 Ibs. and 4 oz. and has been named Michael Dan. Mrs Orpha Briggs, Swea City, and the William Kings of Elmorc are grandparents. Groat Grandmothers are Mrs Matilda McFarlnnd, Swea City, and Mrs Sadie Fund-' erburk, Fairmont. The Chester Fishers became the parents of their 3rd son on March 2nd. He weighed 9 Ibs. and 10 oz. and has been named Roger Allan. The Fishers also have a daughter. Mrs Daisy Engstrom is grandmother. The Fisher Post of the American Legion will meet Monday evening, April 3. The Auxiliary meets the following evening. The WSCS of the Methodist Church meets April 5. Jr. MYF meets April' 6 after school. . The ALCW of the Immanuel Lutheran Church meets April 0. La koto Honor Roll Lakoia — Supt. John Cook has released the names of the honor roll students as follows: Seniors — John Cordes, Roberta Addy, Linda Koppen, Sharon Thompson, Maxine Clayton, and Duane Carlson; juniors — Clare Barrett, Juanita Cordes, Paul Geilenfeldt, Albert Becker, Dean Christ, and Larry Becker; sophomores —. Paul Boettcher, Carmen Cook, Susan Eichhorn, Donna Paulson, Kurtis Rusher, Charold Barrett, Caroline Groff, and Marilyn ALGONA Special Matinee Monday At 2 P. M, Kiddies - All For 25c FREE COMIC BOOKS TUESDAY, APRIL 41h Briit Firemans Ball JULES HERMAN & ORCH. WED., APRIL 5th 8 to 11 TEEN SPECIAL DANNY & THE JUNIORS DICK DOO & THE DON'TS JERRY GHANAHAN JOHNNY MAESTRO Adm. $1.29 plus tax tot. $1.35 YOU NAME JT! HERE AT BOTSFORD'S WE HAVE THE MATERIAL, and KNOW-HOW TO BUILD ANYTHING - FROM A I OUSE «TO AI E mm • Thursday, March 30, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-3 Rippcntrop; nnd freshmen — Daryl Bochm, Cheryl Anderson, Caroline Ley, Darrell Clnbnck, and Patricia Enncn. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Rev. Leo C. Schumacher returned Thursday after nearly five weeks as n medical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Diane Rose Berte, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berte, was baptized Sunday afternoon by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Mrs. Franklin Fischer from Pomeroy and Lyle Jensen of Livemore were sponsors. Christopher Mark Caposius, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Capesius, was baptized Sunday n Hot-noon by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Mary Lou Gales and Thomas Capesius were sponsors. In 1904, there were appfoxi-« mately 100 tuberculosis sanatoria and hospitals in the United Sta-j tcs. * Today, half of all tuberculosis deaths occur among men of 50 or over. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LcBrun from Dell Rapids, S. D. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann here. St. Joseph's school 7th and 8th grade students held a retreat Monday with Rev. Thomas C. Nash of Pocahontas in charge. ORGANIC SOIL BUILDER FOR Corn • Grain • Field Crops WILL NOT BURN-ODORLESS No Fillers • No Chemicals Where Can You Get More Than Super-Gro For Your Money? CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES Higher protein content. Supplies mnjor and minor nature'! mineral*. Increased benefits each yeftc* I.onK lusting. More mellow >oll. Larger root etniclure. Hoots stay alive longer* Better legume utanda. Does not corrode equipment. Harmless to humans nnd livestock. TRY and COMPARE MARVIN REDING Livermore, Iowa OR DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER Algona, Iowa CHUCK WAGON All you can eat for $1.50. Start serving 6 P. M. Every Wednesday through Saturday STEAKS SPECIAL Char Broiled or Fried 8 oz. Sirloin HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minnesota' IS BACK! -Attend tke OputMtg ofrtke 'M5RIVEHN THEATRE THBRS., APRIL 6 Enjoy Outdoor Movies Eyen more On Our New GIANT 70 Fool WIDE SCREEN. Permanent Reflective Sur- Also New Projecton Equip- New & Brighter Light On A "3 Stooge" L. Comedies VSu*. 3•STOOGES COMEDY ESTIMATES ON ANY BUILDING PROJECT GLADLY GIVEN — AT NO OBLIGATION 0otsford lumber Company Phone CYpress 4-2619 ciiiinflu viir* JL 111 JT^J' \ 1JL M*- CONTINUOUS SUNDAY Thru TUES. ftfl *W9) * frflB Sun. from 1 p.m. You'll cry for happy, happy, happy when..; 4 U.S. GOBS MOVE INTO A GEISHA HOUSE ,.FULLY FURNISHED! The Yum-Yummy girls of "Sayonara" ve back In a rwhlt Irom the COLUMBIA PICTURES pnswts A WILLIAM GOETZ PRODUCTION GLENN DONALD FORD O'CONNOR co-iljrnnj JAMES SHIGETA MIIKO TAKA ,»d MIYOSHI UMEKI lus "BUGS BUNNY" Carloon IS'BIISTIN OUt ALL OVER!! AT A GOOD MOVIE

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