The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 18
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(lo.) Upper DAS Motnes Thursday, May' 18, 1961 f Mr., and'Mrs. Don Chrisiense Recently'Visited'Mr. and Mrs. Jo JKing at Estherville. § Ila Bilsborough had as caller ^Sunday 'Mr. and Mrs, Mauric |Bilsboit>Ugh i , i ','i;itonka. I Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Bradlev fiad Mi-, and Mrs. Henry Thilgc fend family, Burt, as Mothers Daj Dinner guests. . *• Mr. and Mrs. Art Burris had e former's mother, Mrs. C. A uris, Bradgate, as guest Sunday find Monday. fa Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burtis haa f,3S guests Sunday the former's juncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs 'gKermit Burtis, Waterloo, j- Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwel wpent Mothers Day at Mason Citj '" Kr. and Mrs. William DC and Mr. and Mrs. Fred tLassahn. I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burt tvere recently visited by the for- jwer's father, Neal Burt, Ccd«r Jrtapids, Mrs. Burt was in St. jouis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cassel had s dinner guests Sunday Mr. and /Trs. Charles Noary, Armstrong, son ."Chuck'.' received his irst communion. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bryan pent the weekend at St. Paul, iinn., with Mr. and Mrs. Ted ellman and attended the first ommunion of the son. Jimmy. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell ^e going to Minneapolis, for a eekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. enry . Nelson. The daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. W Pleich are being visited a few days by their son Bill, Waterloo. Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan spent the weekend at their cottage at the Okobojis Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard were guests Sunday of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Robinson at Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. James Arend spent Mothers Day at Curlew |With Mrs. Arend's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kunz. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andreasen had the parents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreasen, Burl, as dinner guests Mothers Day. Mr. and Mrs. . Henry Becker went to Iowa Cify this week where Mrs. Becker will have a checkup at University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Behnke returned Monday from a yisil since Friday at Fairmont, Minn., wilh Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke. Mrs. Mary Buenger was vis ited Mothers Day by Mr. ana Mrs. George Hanselman, Rodman and Eldora and Edith, DCS . heri is being confirmed in the ethodist church. i Mrs. Dena Boekelman ana enrietta were 'dinner guests Idothers Day of Mr. and Mrs. .ussell Winter, Lakota. Saturday ley were visited by Mr. and Irs. Paul Hagen, Cedar Rapids. 5 koines. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andrea sen were accompanied by the atter's" parents, Mr. and Mrs lay Wharton, Hampton, to Moris, Minn., last week where they isited with Mr. and Mrs. Raynond Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison re 'leaving Wednesday for Tucson, Ariz, to attend graduation from the university, of their Daughter Joanne, an English major. They , will be accompanied by her to Torrcncc, .Calif., for a visit, with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newton and children. From there they plan to go to Boone, N. C., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Quiney Drummond. FREE HEARING AID CLINIC Factory Trained Consultant HOTEL ALGONA FRIDAY, MAY 19 9:30 a.m. 8:00 p.m. We are proud to announce the REMARKABLE NEW "CLARlrtER PRINCIPLE" of HEARING HELP. In a radically new design of hearing aid — to help you and understand conversation. You ofe invited to come in for a FREE Consultation ;Ij£ a trccThjBd representative of the DAHLBERG CO. ' (a division of Motorola, Inc.), unquestioned leader in the production of the most Attractive, Comfortable and Smallest Hearing Aids in ALL STYLES. No Charge or Obligation for this service -with devoted attention to your personal needs. If you can't come in — then call Algona, CY 4-3571 for home appointment or write DAHLBERG HEARING SERVICE, 918 N. Federal Avenue, Mason City, Iowa. I NOW THRU SAT. EVERY FOOT OF FILM AUTHENTIC FROM SECRET NAZI ARCHIVES! Mrs Bfcrlha Pammer was visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs. Garret DeWaard, Titonka. Mrt. Amy Johnson was dinner guest Mothers Day of Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Wagner at Burl. Claude White spent Mothers Day at Linden with his mother, Mrs. Ella White and other relatives. Mrs. Nell McCall had Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith and son John of Sioux City, as Mothers Day guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clement were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oberman at Hurnboldl. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker were dinner gilcsls Sunday 01 Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnacken- berfi, LuVcrne. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Zender and family and Mrs. Ethel Potter went to West Bend Sunday lo visit Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baas. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwell and family and the former's mother, Mrs. Hugh Colwell, spent Sunday at Clarion with Mrs. O. G. Day, itiolHpr of the junior Mrs. Colwell. Mrs. Bessie Walker and brother Arthur Locke were visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Locke and daughters, Elma Locke and Mrs. Nellie Nichots, Reamer, Minn. Mrs. Bertha Pommer had as guest Monday, Mrs. Edith Anderson. DCS Moincs, who had been at Lodyard with her brothers Fred, Ed and Albert Looft ana families and sister, Mrs. N. A. Pingel. Mrs. Hugh Colwell and her sister Mrs. Mabel Rucbcl, Barnum. spent five days last week at Atiel with Mrs. Colwcll's grandchildren .while the parents, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart, vacationed in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whitehall wore dinner guests Mothers Day of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus, Bancroft. In the evening they attended baccalaureate services for Sentral school. The grandson Jerry Angus is a graduate. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom were dinner guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal at Forest City. Mrs. Fardal is the daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. R. S. Blossom: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer entertained at dinner Sunday in lonor of their daughter, Elaine's Tirst Communion. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Adam *Kramer, 3pde and Mrs. and Mrs. A. J. Sischeid and Merlyn, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster vere visited over the weekend sy Mr. and Mrs. Richard Web- ter and son Kirk, Dos Moines. Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Agar and Robert Mr. and Mrs. Milton Agar and Sandra, Sibley. Mrs. Nettie Haag is expected home soon from Miami, Fla., where she has been with Mr. and and Mrs. Gene Thissen since the death of her husband, Roy. She will be home in time to attend the graduation of her grandsons, Larry Klein and Bob Haag. Mr and Mrs. Ira Bonnette accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske, Burl, to Lucas, where they spent from Friday till Sunday with Mrs. Harry Elmore. The Bunkofskes went on to Corydon and spent the time with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bunkofske. Mrs. Earl Bowman has returned from a visit in East Peoria, 111., with Mr. and Mrs. Don ^raig. She received a call Mothers D:iy from her son Larry who s in service and has been in the Antartica area. His call came from Pearl Harbor. Guests at dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lallier, Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, Lone Rock, .ind Mrs. Oswald Lallier. One Performance AT 9:25 P.M. Scenes never 'before shown on the American Screen. I MEIN KAMPF THE TERRIFYING RISE ANP RUIN OF HITLER'S REICH: PLUS SECOND FEATURE SHOWN AT 7:55 COLOR to DE LUXE SPiCIAl MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1:30 SHOWING i FEATURE ONLY "TESS OF THE STORM COUN- Y" PLUS 6 CARTOONS Ex-Burt Cafe Operator Dies In Wisconsin Burt -- Riiv Chirk received \voirl this pusl \vrck of the death nl' his brother, John B. Clark, who died at his home April 29. Funeral services for Mr. Clark were held ;,t Tovvnsond, Wisconsin May 2. Burial was in the Tuwnsc nd Cemetery. Mr. Clark who was born Jan. 1. 1880, at one time owned and operated a rale in Hurt and more* recently operated a summer resort in Wisconsin. Commencement Friday Baccalaurale services for Hi numbers of the Burt senior class weie held at the school Sunday evening. Hev. Arthur Schultx delivered the baccalaureate sermon. Commencement exercises will be held at 8 p.m. Friday, May 19. Class and Award night and 8th grade graduation will be hold at 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 23. Tin- Community School family picnic will be held May 25 with the Band Mothers again in charge of the pot luck dinner. Honor Senior Girls The annual tea honoring the hij-'Ji school senior girls and sponsored by the Burt Woman's Club, was held at the Presbyterian church Monday afternoon. Senior girls unending were Margaret Keith. Jean Stevens, Marsha Dieimnel, Sharon Miller and then sponsor, Mrs. Helen Martin. A program was presented by Rowena Ryerson, PJjoebe Thompson, Erna Baars and Mary Jean Andrews. Margaret Sinidt and Jean Lockwood poured. Will Sell Bus Bids are being taken ,by the Burt Community School Aboard for a used GMC school BUS, n o longer needed by the district* • The board is also advertising for bids for the installing of S'eV- eral fire dpors in rooms of the school, the installing of threfc how doors in the front of the < Wgh school building, and for'drainage to be run along the south and west sides of the hot lunch and TV rooms. Mrs. Rcna Buell and, Mr, and Mrs. Harlan Lacy were Sunday callers at the' F. L. Tellier.home. Members of the Fortnightly Club will meet with Clara Rey» nolds Friday afternoon, May 19. Members of • the Frances Circle met Wednesday evening, for a 7 o'clock dinner and meeting, during which the mystery sisters of the past year were revealed. Arleen Sarnek led devotions. A program followed, Several ladies from Burt 'tot* tended the annual Mother's Day Tea held at the Doan church, May 4th. . •' ' Chicken pox> Is running its course in the Burt kindergarten. Last week, 12 youngsters wei'e absent. Mother's Day guests 'at.the •home; ot-Wta. Harm Groen. were Mf. and Mrs. Hichard Groeh and family, Mr. and Mrs, Art Gfoen •and family, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Gettman.and family, and Mr, ana Mrs. John, Groen and family, all 6f Algona, Mr. , and' Mrs. Ray Devine and family, LuVerne, and Mr. .and Mrs. Lee Dixon and Tony, Burt, Mrs. Gary Pringle, Debra and Mike of .Creston.visited last week with her mother, Mrs. Harm Groen, while her husband, Gary, attended a pharmacist school. I Mrs, Pringle is the former Kathleen Groen. ' J D Andrews spent the week, Eugene Bahling sfreTftt the. .. ^ W. lJU Mr. and weekend « the Cental M, Mrs. Dean' Andrews. Bahling home.. - t .'- ~ , J .__^ JJM ^a*««^«fa^a«Mi».A<**faUi^A_^ THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ALGONA Cont. SUN. from 1 P.M. SUN. THRU WED, IAN MARTIN HIRLEY IMMUNE .makes business a pleasure I ...the well-chased working glrll 1'imnin r>niur «i«ri"("i P' us — Color Cartoon v-MIKiJl IKuNI-.i. ! ,-W;-.''v ... _ .. _ . . t-:ii.-ii 'Man From N. Orleans SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON" ' Shown at 7:30 THEY TURNED A TROPICAL JUNGLE INTO AN ISLAND PARADISE! 2 WALT DISNEY FEATURES IN COLOR ON OUR GIANT WIDE SCREEN! miu w The Fabled Tree-House! The Wild Animal Race! • The Great Pirate Attack! WALT DISNEYS TECHNICOLOR FUMED IN PANAVISION- \_ MOST EXCITING , •' < *V ** OF All, TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURES 2nd Thrilling Hit! SHOWN AT 10 P.M i*«**t**«**«*«tt»*t«i ADMISSION 75c CHILDREN (Under 12) FREE .HIDDEN AMONG THE BftOODlrfG HILLS, AN INVISIBLE MENACE.,. TIGHTENING ITS GRIP AROUND THESE FOUR- CLOSER.,, CLOSER... CLOSER!.. RICHARD WIDMARK who walked Into It i LEEJ. COBB who triggered it SHOWN , AT 9:30 P.M TINA LOUISE who played "bait" for It » , EARL. HOLLIMAN JECHNICOLOR"^ PLUS SECOND EXCITING THRILLER! These are the heroes and hellions, the desperate men and womer who called themselves JAYHAWKERj VISTAVlSION TECHNICOLOR 9 FESS SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY AT 11 P.M. EXTRA LATE BONUS FEATURE! — The Picture That Leaps Ahead of The Headlines — YESTERDAY HE WAS A HANDSOME TEST PILOT ...Did the deadly Gamma Rays turn him into a Box Office Open Saturday Night Until 1K3Q. COME EARLY AND STAY LATE I EVERY THURSDAY IS... BUCK NITI ! I Yes 5.1 f . . . YOU&CAR AND Ati in OCCUPANTS tfViLi V£ JtOMltVED fUR ONE BUCK ,

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