The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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8-Alflend (la,) Upper De» Motn« Thursday, May 25, 1961 New V/.S.C.S Officers Are Named, Wesley Wesley — Rev, Robert Jones held an installation' service Sunday morning for officers bt WSCs. They were Olive Erdman, president, Veva Lease, vice-president, Dorothy Henderson, treas- For most repaint work it ONE COAT COVERS! * REQUIRES NO PRIMER! * PAINT OVER CHALKY SURFACES! JJWC ourSlOE WHII| BUY NOW and Save OVER 20% SPECIAL LOW PRICE on famous . Pittsburgh SBK-MBflF FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY1 .PER GALLON (moDobli In WWII, Including mildew- and finu-riilitaiit While, and lourleeo ready nUed body colors) CULLEN ALGONA PITTSBURGH PAINTS ALGOLS. THURS. thru SAT. BOTH FEATURES SHOWN SAT. MAT. AT 1:30 NOT SINCE "KING KONG" ...HAS THE SCREEN ^ EXPLODED WITH (.AMERICAN INTERNAloN aOLORmSPECTAMATION Plus 2nd Feature • urer and Opal Nygaard, secre-, George Detmerings of Wesley, lory. Department chairmen are! • Berdine Nygaard of Bode, Kay DeLoras Price, supply Work, Cor-, Nygaards, Ray Van Voorhis and rinc Gabrielson, stature of WO- Virgil Smiths of Liycrmore, men, Kathryn HaUptly, student Work, Fem Paulson, mission^ Margaret Jones, social relations, Peggy Rasmussen, youth work Gladys Detmering, children work, Esther Smith, local activities, Cora Smith, spiritual life, Marvel Nygaard, literature, and Delores Madsen, promotion. Shower Honoree Mary Cruise was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in St. hall. Joseph's parish 500 and bridge were played. Rosemary Dornbier and Beatrice Hildman won high and low in 600, Flavia, Studer and Mary Weber in bridge. Joan Kay Studer received the door prize. Mrs. Downs Honored Mrs. Jim Reising was hostess to a shower Thursday afternoon, May 18, for her mother, Mrs. Kd Downs and little Daniel Patrick Downs, who was born May 2. The group of friends and relatives played 500. Mrs. Duant* Studer won high score prize and Mrs. LeRoy Ricke, low score arize. The party was held in the Downs home. Attend Shower Mrs. Clara Price and daughters, Mrs. George Ostercamp and Mrs. Orville Weiland and Mrs. Ethel Hutchinson of Mason City attended a shower in the Methodist church parlors, Algona, Wednesday evening, May 17, for Joan Mino who will become the brieJe of Duane Price June 4. Will Graduate Ninteen uoys and girls will graduate from the 8th grade of St. Josephs parochial school Wednesday evening, May 31. They are Diane J. Becker, Jane K. Becker, Louis J. Bleich, Jane F. Eisenbacher, Dennis P. Flaherty, Michael A. Fr,oelich, Catherine A. Lick'teig, Constance A. Lickteig, Richard A. Loebig, Michael G. Neuroth, Thomas G. Otis, . Marilyn A. Reiling, Marlene M. Reising, Georgene ~Jl. Richter, Janice M. Ricke, Joan A. Ricke, Julia A. Ricke, William A. Ricke and Daniel P. Studer. Mrs. Hazel Gerdes has received word that her 16 year old granddaughter, Suzanne Mayes of El Paso, Texas, has been selected . as an exchange student and leaves August 23 for Germany. She will take the first half of her senior year there and return to El Paso and graduate with, ,h,e_r class. Her mother is the-former Lavon Gerdes. i Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and family were Sunday dinner guests of her brother, Clarence Arndorfer and family near Algona. Their father, John Arndorfer, of Algona .was also a dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Robinson of Des Moines spent the weekend with their sons, Darrell of Algona and Earl of Wesley and their families. They also visited her aunt in Bancroft, who is ill. Mrs. Mabel Burkhart of Grundy Center is spending a week with her niece, Mrs, Chas. Price and family. Krs. Cliff Anfinson, Mrs. Herman Wise and Mrs. Paul Erdman went to Corwith Saturday evening to attend a shower for Nancy Schulz at the Baptist church. Mrs. Richard Murphy and Mary Teresa came Tuesday for a visit at the parental Lael Root home. The family had been al San Antonio, Texas where he was stationed. He has received his discharge from service and remained in Chicago for a longer visit with his mother. Joe Eisenbacher helped his brother, Father Linus Eisenbacher, move Muy 15 from Pomeroy to Odebolt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weber and Dunnie attended a Soimer family reunion at the Clarence Seimer home near Irvington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Becker and her sister Ethel of Algona called on Mis. Viola Studer Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig, Urban Lickteig and Donna and Mrs. Kenneth Forburger ana children went to Dubuque Saturday afternoon to see Janice Lickteig, who attends Presentation Academy there. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Waldschmidt and children 01 Whittemore visited the Elliot's daughter Patty, now Sister Benedict in Dubuque. They all also visited Janet Goetz, a daughter of the Philip Goetz's. She is also a student at Presentation Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engen spent Sunday in the Ralph Flehler home in Ringsted. The Engen family attended graduation of Kathrine Flehler May 12 at Ringsted. Junior high students had a party in the gym May 19. A group of Wesley mothers were chaperones. Lunch was served following games and dancing. Wesley township homemakera met May 16 in the Robert Boleneus home, with Mrs. Fred Bentele assisting. Mrs. Charles Nygaard gave the lesson and Mrs. Joe Skow had charge of recreation. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Nygaard were hosts to a family reunion May 21 at their farm home. Guests were the Cecil Glawes of Corwith, Charles Nygaards and Chambers of Corwith and Lizzie Nygaard of Livermore. A group of young people went to Mason City Saturday evening to have a house warming party for Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arndorfer, newlyweds. Guests were' the Dale Dornbiers, Glen Smiths, Jack Vitzthums, Duane, Don and Leonard Studers. Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic Church for Mary Cruise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vih- cent Cruise, and Norman Staudt of Daugherty They will be married here June 10. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Weber returned home Friday from several day's visit in the home ot their daughter, Mrs. Calvin Mein- eckc and family. Their 3-year- old grandson Mark Meinecke accompanied them home for a visit. Airman John L. Cink has completed his initial course of Air Force basic Military training at Lackland AFB, Texas, He has 3een selected to 'attend the technical training course for aircraft and missile maintenance at Sheppard AFB, Texas. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink of Woden and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Cink and Mrs. Clara Haverly of Wesley. , Mrs. Justine Becker, Marjorie, Joyce, Jane and Mrs. Pat Bowman of Whittemore spent the weekend in Cresco with Mrs. Greg Augustine and family. The girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Bay Hirner May 10 was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips. She was named Michele Rae and her sponsors were Lyle Hirner and his sister Anna Mae. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haverly and Mrs. Clara Haverly visited the Casper Coopers- at Alexandei Friday. Paul Haverlys of Algona were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. ..Clara Haverly and Audra. Miller and Lynda Krause. She was assisted in opening gifts by Mrs. Duane Boykeh and Celine Miller. Joyce Plaisier, Charlene Miller, and. Barbara Schmidt carried the gifts.' ,. . < . Hostesses were Mesdatnes Dan Wubben, Glenn Miller, 'Dick Baade, Walter Baade, Ray Kfom- inga, Ray Baade, Alfred Baade, Vernoh Wenger, Herb Rakow, John Johnson, Bob Spear, Carl Krause, Telko Stecker, Joe Boek T elman, Jerry Boekelmari, 'Helen ECrominga, Veryl Schmidt, Alvin Honken, Irvin Beenken, and Miss Janet Plaisier Honored With Shower, Tyke Tilonka — Janet Plaisier was honored at pre-nuptial gift shower at the Good Hope Lutheran church May 13. CHarlene Miller registered the guests. A short program was presented by the Luther League girls, Verla Brandt read scripture, Vickie Hakow gave a piano solo; Mrs. Walter Baade gave two humorous readings, after which four girls, Celine Miller, Diane Boekelman, Janice Alke, and Margaret Brandt, gave a short skit. A clarinet . trio featured, played by Cynthia Rakow, Celine Starting Sunday at the Algona Theatre "SOD5MON AND SH6BA" Gina Lollobrigida as ihe Queen of Shebn engages in a wild, orgy-like Fertility rile. This is one of. the highlights of "Solomon And Sheba." Louise Plaisier. Lunch Was served with Miss Louise Plaisier and Mrs. Lowell Schmidt at the coffee service. Miss Piaisier will be married in June to Robert K. Ostermann at the Good Hope Lutheran church. Earlier Planting Of Corn Tried Can corn in Iowa be planted earlier than the traditional May j 10-18 Researchers at the DeKalb Ro* search fiarm near Dayton, Iowa, asked themselves that question, tdo. They wondered If planting was done early enough so that maximu'M yields "are* assured. ', Sd in the {5efi6d,df April 3-10 they planted'corn, and it is now 4-5 inches high, despite the cbld spring.} Corn planted' Ap'ril 1724 is now 2-3 inches. This, despite several 'nights of freezing Weathei 1 in April. Four different hybrids were planted in the experiment, Test 26 Herds, April D.H.I.A. Twenty-six milk cow herds were tested on D. H. I» A. and twenty-eight herds were tested on owner-sam'pler the • past month, according to Forrest flof- bauer, Swea City, D. H. I, A., north unit supervisor. ffcrds averaging over 1.8 Ibs. S chroeder «gjhjl. Watkef, Jjf, of bulterfat per, cow per day and Virgil BMmfc . Milwn Leanr Mehke, n Mftrtin Harms, Ed Tigges, Date, ' . < ' ":'•__": ___ — -r«l|tftjJ*dUl •A*i De^Moihes Pub, Co., Thursday thru Saturday — "Konga", 7:00-10:00; "Battle In Outer Space", 8:35. • Saturday mat. iat 1:30—Sunday "Solomon And Sheba", 1:30-4:05(7:46-9:20. Monday 7:00-9:35—Tudsday— Wednesday—"Sunrise At Compobello" 7:00-9:40. Tuesday matinee at 1:30. SUNDAY & MONDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:00 P.M. IHE MIGHTIEST MOTION PICTURE EVER C LOLLOBRJCIDA . PLUS COLOR CARTOON GEORGE SANDERS • MARISA PAVAN'" I DAVID FARRAR as 'Guest Slaf Wed. thru Sat., 2 Big Features on Our Giant Wide Screen! SHOWN AT 9:45 P.M. JERRY LEWIS" BOTH FEATURES is the fella-and fabulous as Jr>t ~Bla Scn&ett. TECHNICOLOR* > Jerry brings a thousand years of story-telling fun to sparkling new life on the screen! tutmn Torn between \ two loyalties... two>/ovea •and fighting to save them both! ED WYNN-JUDITH ANDERSON • ROBERT BUTTON I.^LLVTBASIE.^*, MARIA AIBERGHETTJ w The Princess* EVERY THURSDAY IS "FAMILY NIGHT" Tke Mote Carload ft* "• COLOR CARTOONS Tuesday - Wednesday .&.LGONA f IMS. (Memorial Day) AT 1:30 'as wiTman'iitio never Iwjot ho* loitniit " \ ~Mlh« woman wh»ite»ef forgo! b»ifalo»t -:'-\ • _ OBEL PLUS .ANN SHOEMAKER • AUN BUNff • Color TECHNICOLOR* ; Cartoon SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY It'sthat "Dorit go near SHOWN AT 9:40 \. the wildest AFlTthe^ ever knew ! CINEMASCOPE RED BUTTONS ® SECOND EXCITING FEATURE that heller of a woman without scruples... AT 8:00 HELLER TIGHTS •"•SOPHIA LOREN MARGARET O'BRIEN-STEVE FORREST i iTECHNCOtOir. MONDAY (Memorial Eva.) ONLY EXTRA BONUS LATE SHOW AT 11:20 COME EARLY STAY LATE Box-Off ice Will Remain Open Until 11:301 THE 13 GREATEST SHOCKS -IF YOU HAVE A WEAK 1 WAKH our * tohmnifl IQUEllA PAR$QN$ /wt HAUNTED HHL VINCENT PRICE -OH CrhUdrtn fonder 1?) FRfg PSBSi

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