The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1961 · Page 11
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Mrs Joseph Skow entertained her class, the Wednesday Nile Youth Club, at a parly at lie, home Friday afternoon. Games Were played and there was Jumping in the hay mow, a first experience for some of the youngsters. Later in the evening the daughter, HelAi, entertained several girls at a slumber party in honor of her thirteenth birth• day, v . —o— Members of the Youth Confirmation Class of the Methodist church were received into Un- church Palm Sunday morning. They are Gary Barr, Gail Bartholomew, Cheri Buckholt, Wayne Christiansen, Gail and Thomas Fitzpatrick, Rebecca Hakes, Susan Mouiton, David Palmer, Shirley Ringsdorf, Thomas Ricklefs, Linda Sands, Thomas Daley, Margaret Sehuttor, John Snyder, Thomas Stark, Phillip Taylor, Eloise Tracy, Glen Tschctter and John Will. —o— Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane were visited over the Easter holidays by their daughter, Gloria and family, Mr and Mrs Fred •Weisbusch and two daughters, 01 St. Paul. —o— Mrs Harold Hobson and granddaughter, Jean Sigsbee, went to Corwith Saturday to attend the wedding of Marion Oxley of Renwick. —o— Tom Zwiefel began work Monday at the Sherwin-Williams Paint Co. at Fairmont, Minn. He has been associated with the company here for the past several months and the new job is a promotion. Mrs Mel Bay and daughter. Sandra, gave a pre-nuptial shower for Sandra Phillips at their home Saturday afternoon. Guests were friends of the two Sandra's home for Easter vacation. Miss Phillips will be married May 28 to Tom Zwiefel in Trinity Lutheran church. —o— Mr and Mrs DuWayne Klein nnd Virginia and Larry spent the Easter weekend at Lincoln, Neb. with relatives. —o— Becky Eraser, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lewis Fraser, was honoree at a party Monday afternoon in observance.of her twelfth birthday. —o— Tom Zender, who is employed in the Twin Cities, spent the Easter weekend here with hi.i parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Zender. ;, ••: '•- „•: •'.- —:«»—. • ,"i*' Mr >,arid .'Mrs Harold^Hohsbn and. Mp. arid MrsT Harold Schumacker' of Whittemore spent Sunday and Monday at Sumner and West Union with relatives. —o— Victor Seely, senior at Iowa State University at Ames, spent the Easter vacation here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely., Marijane Williams, freshman ai Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, spent the holiday vacation here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Bob Williams. —o— Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn had as their guests over the Easter holiday, Mrs Pricskorn's sister and husband and four children of Chicago. " —o— Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler returned Sunday from a vacation of several weeks in Florida and other southern stales. —o—• Mr and Mrs Leo Cassel and family spent the Easter weekend at Omaha with Mrs Cassel's parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Neory. Stale University of Iowa students home for Easter with their parents included Howie Funk, Sheryll Immerfall, Harold Amfahr and Beverly and Evelyn James. >MOTOR REPAIRS Large Stpek of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Motors Availabu For imergency M** 3 PRATT ELECTRIC CO, CY 4.4326 AlflOoq. »O Twertiy.two Candidates received the Order of Third Degree in the Knights of Co-lumbus Mon* day evening at the K, C. hall. v —o— '' . • Mr and Mrs Ruas Rerifz and three children and Charles Thompson of Lone Rock spent Monday at Minneapolis attending the sports 'show. —o—. Mrs Harold Hobson was hos less to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee entertained her canasta club Monday' afternoon. -— o— .The League of Women Voters will have a dinner meeting Tuesday, April 11, at G:30 at Van's Cafe. Guest speaker will be tho state president of the organize tion. 1 —o-^ Mr and Mrs Robert Peterson and tho communicants class were received into the full membership of the Presbyterian, church Easter Sunday. The class consists of David Agena, Janet Braun, James Colwell, Steven Hardy, Susan Hemmingsen, Robert Martin, Vicky McConncll, Scott Mil ler, Rosemary Reinders, Kenneth Richter, Sandy Schcnck and Rueben Skow. —o— Mr and Mrs Dale Farnam spent Friday and Saturday at Minneapolis with relatives. Pam Waller, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller, is one 01 the four finalists in the contest for Queen of the Men's Dormitories at the State University of Iowa. She was nominated by Ihe residents of Hillcrest, and the queen will be chosen at a dance this week. Pam spent the Eastei holiday here with her family. United Presbyterian Women's Circles are meeting this afternoon .(Thursday) with Mrs Lloyd Gerber, Mrs Claude Ruark, Mrs Wesley Hardy and Mrs Willis Etherington. —o— Mrs A. J. Eason was dismissed Thursday from St. Ann hospital where she had been a patient for the past several weeks after a fall. in which she fractured her hip. She is at her home here. Mr and Mrs Elton Wood are parents of a 7 pound, 1 ounce 1 daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs.Richard Welder* became parents of a six pound, three, ounce daughter March 28 at J3t.' Aijri hospital. It. is,,the first •graricTdaiighter for Mr and Mrs R. G. Waldera. . .; . —o— Ava Simpson is on a trip to New Orleans. She was to be joined by some teachers from Warren Wilson College in South Carolina, where she formerly taught. "BEN-HUR" STARTING APRIL 5 FOR A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT In this scene from Melro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Academy Award-winning "Beii-Hur," Haya Harareet, as Esther, pleads with Charlion Hesion (Ben-Hur) to forget his hatred of the Romans. The .William Wyler presentation was filmed in Italy and bther foreign locales in color and MGM Camera 65. Matinees Wed.-Sai.-Sun. at 1:30; Evenings at 7:30 p.m. ' , . Mrs H. M. Honsbruch will be hostess to her bridge club this evening (Thursday). —o— Bernadetle Rose,' infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Mark T. McGiure, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. —o— Margaret Yeoman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman, returned to Iowa Stale Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Monday after spending the Easter holiday lere. —o— Connie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gdrdon Hall/ who attends :he University of Dubuque, spent the Easter vacation here with her parents, Several Kossuih county wo- nen received state GOP mem- Dership awards at the county Republican Women meeting Tuesday afternoon here. Presented with gifts were Mrs L. W. Gil- lespie, Algona, Mrs W. D. Ley and Mrs I. E. Wortman of Lakota, Mrs E. W. Ruske and Mrs Chris Dahl, Fenton, and Mrs Dettmer Thompson, Swea City. Mrs Max Goldman was speaker and Marcia Dremmel of Burt, accompanied by Mrs Leonard Spingel, sang. BURT By Mrs AI Hinckley Supt. Russell Castor, Dale, Dany, Lynn, Karen, and Susie visited their many friends in Burt Monday. Beautiful new chair robes and stoles were presented to Methodist church and dedicated at the BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES AT LuVERNE - WESLEY - TITONKA - RENWICI? ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) . ' LuVerne OPENS THURSDAY Buck Nile! EVERY THURSDAY IS THEATRE Thurs,, — Friday — Sat. A MAN PROUD and VIOLENT Sun. • Mon. •» Tues.» Wed. PLUS SECOND FEATURE PLUS SECOND FEATURE SUN, thru WED, Patterson - Miaiitera Fight Films! Adults 75c, Children FREE Easter Sunday W6fship service. The new robes and stoles are a Memorial to the late George Hawcotl, and were presented !to the church by Mrs Hawcott and the Wallace Hawcotts. Mr and Mrs Don Patterson went to Iowa City Friday afternoon. They were accompanied home Saturday by Don's parents, Mr and Mrs George Patterson. George underwent brain surgery at University hospital three weeks ago. Mr and Mrs Andy Phillips, and family, Lincoln, Nebraska visited over the Easter weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Moore. They also visited with Mrs Olive Moore at the Leonard Schmidt home in Bode. Mrs E. R. Woltz visited with Cora Stow Monday afternoon; Several people were received into the Fellowship of the Burt Presbyterian Church by confession of faith Palm Sunday. They were Mr and Mrs Roscoe Stewart, Phillip and Paul Carlson, Judy and Korene Fitch, Judy Wubben, Mrs Jake Gifford, Ross Elvidge, Roy Ringsdorf,' Mr ana Mrs Robert Bunkofske, Patty Long, and Mrs J. R. Thompson, The members of the Fortnightly Club will meet with Ruth Carman at her home in Algona Friday afternoon, April 7. Good Friday visitors, at the J. L. Miller home were Mr and Mrs Owen Hopkins and son, Fredricksburg and Mr and Mrs Vince Brannen, West Plains, Missouri. Among college students who visited in their home over Easter vacation were J. D. Andrews, and Judy Hirickley, from Simpson College, Indianola, Shirley Schwietert, Jeanette Bjustrom, Eugene Steward, Grace McKim, and David Christensen, Iowa U. Ames, Sheryl Smith and Perry Steward, from I.S.U., Alice Thompson and Eugene Bohling, I. S. Teachers, Cedar Falls, John Smidt from the University of Wyoming, Boyd Shipler, Mankato State, Carilyn' Hincklcy, Morningside, and Roger Steward, Upper Iowa, Fayette. Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller at tended dedication services of the new Methodist church in Havelock on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Duard Waldo and family of Jefferson were weekend guests in the Ralph Johnston home. Nereyda Forres, Panama City, Panama was a weekend guest of Carilyn Hinckley at her home. Both girls are students at Morningside College in Sioux City. Other guests in the Hinckley home over Easter weekend were Larry Hinckley, Rapid City, So, Dakota, Judy Hinckley, Indianola, and Mick Hammerstrom, Riceville. Norman Mitchell, DCS Moincs, spent several days at the parental Don Mitchell home. Norman was hospitalized at Dos Molnes for a week and is now recuperating.' Mr and Mrs David Weston nnd family, Milwaukee, Mr and Mrs Sherald Sydness and family, and Jack Trunkhill. Ames \risitcd Thursday, Apr!) 6, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnes-3 their father M. J. Trunkhill over Easter. < Bancroft Woman Hurt In Fall Bancroft — Nellie Lupin fell in some way Saturday when six- got up to answer the telephone fracturing a bone in hor foot. She was just recovering from a back injury suffered in a fall in January. She was taken to a local doctor's office. Mrs Cletus Dorr, Mrs Lawrence Bergman, Mrs Perry Torino and Mrs Ren Farrow, Laltotn, went to Mason City Tuesday where they consulted <m eye doctor. Bernie Fox, son of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Fox, left Wednesday for Fort Knox, where he will be stationed with the Army, Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr visited with Ben Dorr, who is ill with pneumonia, Tuesday evening at St. Benedict. Charles Degen, five month old son of Mr and Mrs Don Degen, returned home Thursday from St. Ann hospital whore he underwent surgery. Mrs E. K. Hulterstrum Baraboo Wis. spent Tuesday with her brother Perry Torino and wife. Young folks home from college for the Easier holiday were Becky Becker, Magnetic, Wis., Duanc Grandgenettu, Minneapolis, Janet) Schraudt and Bill Wilhemi Creighlon, Omaha, Betty Ford, Larry Eckharl, Mankato and Mr and Mrs Phil Garry, Iowa City. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS UDM Classified*. Hay Dividend! DIPLOMATS - HEARING AID "Royalty, of Hearing Aids". ALGONA HOTEL Tues., April 11 9 a-m. to 12 noon Batteries and service for most makes—You are invited to come in. AUDIPHONE CO. . 611 Fleming Bldg. 6th & Walnut Sis. DM AUTHORIZED ZENITH HEARING AID DEALER'" LIMITED ENGAGEMENT STARTS WEDNESDAY APRIL 5th .... THE MOST HONORED PICTURE EVER TO PLAY ALGONA! 11 ACADEMY AWARDS /nc^VBEST PICTURE"! Matinee Performance: Wed..Sat. 1:30.,Adm. 90c Sun. at 1:30. Adm. $1.25 • _____— Children (Under IT'yrs*}! ALGONA Evening Performances START AT 7:30 Admission $1.25 SAM DAVIS, New Owner Of The Former Rising Elevator Effective last Saturday, Sam Davis, formerly of Humboldt and pictured at right, became the new owner and manager of the Rising Mill & Elevator on South Phillips street in Algona. The firm will henceforth be known as the FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC. We would like to welcome the folks of Kossuth county and this area to come out and meet our people ... see our fine feed store and elevator and find out about our many services ... WE ARE THE NEW PURINA DEALER SERVING KOSSUTH COUNTY ... we cordially invite you to visit our firm and get acquainted with the friendly, trained people who will b e ready to serve your needs. We are now open and doing business SAM DAVIS WE ARE PROUND TO ANNOUNCE WE HAVE ADDED THE COMPLETE LINE OF Purina Chows and OUR SERVICES • SEED OATS CLEANING & TREATING • SOY BEAN CLEANING • GRINDING AND MIXING. • CUSTOM MIXING t BULK DELIVERY SERVICE. • GRAIN BOUGHT & SOLD Health Aids OUR PRODUCTS • PURINA HEALTH AIDS • PURINA CHOWS • GRASS SEEDS • BAG FERTILIZERS COME OUT — SAY HELLO TO "HENRY" — "TONY" — "SAM" AT FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC FORMER RISING MILL & ELEVATOR CY 4-4621 South Phillips Street ALGONA FEED PURINA...YOU CAN DEPENb ON THE CHECKERBOARD FOR

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