The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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Tho«d«y, Junft 15, 1961 ion Held At LuVerne The -annual re..„ children af the latd Mf. •aM;'Mrs. 1 George Merkle wts .\held "'fn~ the- fellowship- rooms oft tile Ev,-tinned Brethren church Sunday with BO in at-* tendance. Children present were ttm Lewis' Merkles, Mrs. Frances Hiszezynski and Ramona, Liver- mofe, the Walter Merkles, her patents, the Henry Geis, the Sltrier Merkles and boys of St. Paul, the Carl Merkles and Lyndon of Denver, Colo., the Fred Merkles,' Charles and Margene, ~f ^rtttt-l^-pa-L^a**-* - .^•t> J ^.^.J J *.J J .-as tHtWH.***^ - >nf SUNDAY AND HONDftY • * —- i ere MYSTERY THRILLERSI — g6TH feAfUftesIN flIQ SCREENjCOLOR^ ^ ~NOW, FEAR POSSESSED HER AS LOVE ONCE HAD Someone...somehow was playing a ;murdefdiis gMe with her love : and her sanity! Doris bay $ IWyrna Loy e John Gavin -|^]|Plus».:Secpnd - Thrilling t \ ?:--5 '>,',- i ".--., •' -. •••' ' •/,:•- «••''.' ' i ' • ' Feature BIG SCREEN COLOR The great Sroadway play brought stunningly to the screen! ROBERT STARRING DOROTHY PRESTON McGUIRE EVE ARDEN, STAR OF (TV's 'Our Miss Brooks') WlTH ANGELA LANSBURY — SHIRLEY KNIGHT -PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS- (Replacing Attraction Listed incorrectly in June Program) LuVerne, the, Jameg and children, Coon Ra;' the Walter Heftis of Brltt, Miss Esther Merkle, Le Mars, the Henry Marty's, Marie Marty, the Carroll Martys and Gary, Lti Verrte, the Wayne Martys ano children of Lake Okoboji, Quests from away present,,were Mr and Mrs. William Lanz oi Hedrick, Chris Seitzr Oskaloosta- Mr. and Mrs. Gary, Seitg,, August Mferkle, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis r Lilli-3 Seit? and Mrs. Leka Seitz of State CoU lege, Pa. " ' . , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger David, Dean and Dairy 1, an& Kathy Hahselman; enjoyed a pic- hie Sunday at the James Trauger farm home. Mrs. Guy Traugei of Riverside^ Calif., visiting here Was the honored guest. ;• Mr, and Mrs, Charles (Sonny', Loerwald of Cedar Falls fcert weekend visitors of his •- father. Henry Loerwald. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Host and son Michael of Fort Dodge were callers Saturday evening with tier parents, Mr. and-Mrs. Wiliam Hedrick. , David Trauger, employed at Union Slough near Algona this] summer, was a weekend visitor. in the parental Harold Trauger home. .. ., • Mr. and Mrs. RollinEgglestor, oi Le Mars: called Tuesday: evening in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George A Eggleston. Mr! and Mrs. Estell Brown oJ Waterloo were Saturday eve 1 - ning dinner guests in the.,EIme> Ku'bly home. They came to' attend ithe Hefty-Albright weddinr in the LuVerne Methodist church June 10. Mr. 'and Mrs. Harold Langbehr and sons of ipysart, Mr, and Mrs John Langbehri, Mr. *and Mrs Dean .Sams'-,of Gladbrook wert Sunday guests in the Allen Blake home. Mrs. Blake is i sister of Harold, and John Lang 1 - behn, .. ' : " ' '.---' , Richard Blake returned Suri day from a week's vacation on the farm of his grandparents. Mr. and .Mrs. H. J. 'Langbehn aii Green Mountain. •- ; ' Sunday guests in the .parental John Rugeu home were Mr. ;and Mrs. Carl Ru'ger, her mother. Mrs. Minder of Ventura, Mr. anil Mrs. Ernest Habeger, Rachael, Mi-, ajid Mrs. Gary Anliker of West Bend. They came to honor John Ruger for Fathers Day. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Martin left Saturday for Vermillion, S. D. where they have enrolled for the summer at the University. They are teachers; in the ;Sac Citj school. Larry is son of Supt. and Mrs. B. E. Martin. Edward Dehnert went tq'visi his sister, Mrs. Katie Theede at Columbus and Mrs. Ida Wallin at Lake City in Wise., Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs Claire Jones, at Royal. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jones were guests of their daughters at a dinne; honoring their 59th wedding an nivcrsary. Mrs. Erma McGrath returned to her home in Rockfprd, 111. after visiting in the Leslie Pech- umer home and with friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. A.. Egglestor were Thursday overnight guest* of their daughter, the Charles Nygaards at Wesley. Mrs. Eg^It-stun attended <a pre-nuptial shower honoring her granddaughter. Julie Nygaard, in the V/esley Methodist church. Miss Nygaard will be married June 17 to Robert Chambers, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers oi Corwith. Margene MerKle, employed this summer in St. Paul, Minn, visited her parents, the Frea Merkles, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gronbach •and children of Hayfield, Minn. frtre Sunday thru Tuesday As m assistant djsftief affdf^y invesiigaling * he . murder of a SS6d'fa6y, Butt LancSsle* is badly beaien by hoodlutfis wielding cHtfirts is this exeilitftf seerie from "The Young Savages," 6pettift& Sti«d!ay at Jh6 Algeria liheafte. Dina Merrill and Shelley Winters ttS^far with Laneaale'r in ihla United Artists release. ^ THURS. thru SAT. Matinee Daily at 1:30 me MOST •Muslim m 10 EXCIIE UNO DELIBHI IHE mm fNNER OF PARENTS MAGAZINE GOLD MEDAL AWARD A§ THE FAMILY MOTION PICTURE FOR THE MONTH OF MAY .... : visited Saturday to Monday with eh'eir parents, the Frank GrOn- bachs and Herman Schulz. Sunday they attended a reunion 01 the Schulz and RosenqUist families' at Mansoh. -':•' ''-' Mrs. Margaret Byson and Doris haVe returned from • Cedar RQpids > where they visited, their daught'er and sister, Mr. and Mrs Richard Helmets, and' children. Mrs. Clara Wolf,' her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leslie. Pechumer and Mrs. Kate Bartbh* were Sunday guests in' the Clarence Jiir- ^ensen home at Coriyith. Their daughter, the John Hells of M'aii- shalltown, were also guests. The dinner honored the birthday of their 1 mother, Mrs. Wolf ano John Heil, which was June 6, fl Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer Kubly Visited Arthur Carlson of Gowrie a surgical patient-in Fort. Dodge Lutheran hospital. Mr. Oarlsor rfad catarract surgery. ' 7 Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Thoma! and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus were in Des Moirtes Sunday to attend the stack oar race's., Mr. and Mrs. • - Thomas, /visited her grandparents, Mfc, and. Mrs. Homer Bowman and, Mr 1 , and Mrs Jlamus and Billy Arthur were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RarriUs.. Born in la-Springfield./Ill., hospital to Mr. and 'Mrs. Herbert Huff: their first'•.'child, "'a ten oound daughter, Theresa Anne, June 7. Mrs. Huff, former Bar bara Jean Wilt is the daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wilt of Jefferson. Herbert is the son oi Mr. and Mrs. ..David Huff ol LuVerne. Mrs. David Huff, accompanied by Mrs. Mike Will .and-'!her«: mother,- Mrs;^Ross Beri- •'ne'tt" of Jefferson, "visifetf Friday to Sunday in Springfield making the acquaintance " of their firs' grand and great-grahd'child. Mr, a'nd Mrs. Jack L'ewarne'of Fort Dodge visited her mother Mrs. Clara Rogers, Sunday. ! Joyce Meyer js employed by the Globe-Loan Company in Deb Moines. Joyce, 1961 graduate of LuVerne high school, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hanold Meyer. In Des Moines she' is living with her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. Chris C. Andcr son of Wausa, Nebr., visited Saturday and ' Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey ana sister, Rubye Godfrey. Janet Plaisier Of Titonka Is Wed June 10 Titonka — Palms, lighted candles, and baskets of flowers formed the setting of a candlelight vesper service at the Good Hope Lutheran church Saturday, June 10, at 7 o'clock, when Janet LaVonne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaisier, became the bride of Robert K. Ostermann, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ostermann, Jr. Pastor B. H. Schwerin officiated at the doyble ring ceremony; Carolyn Schmidt was organist and Loren Larson was soloist. The brme, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a chapel length gown of traditional candlelight satin over marquisette and taffeta. The bodice of the gown was a closely fitted low toiso with a scoop neckline and long sleeves ending in a bridal point at the wrist. The full skjrj swept into a rounded chapel train. A crushed cumberbund of satin extended into a bustle back and was adorned with satin roses from wjiich wide panels oj! satin formed the pver train. Shf. wore an eVbow-lei)gth tulle-clou4 veil attached to a bridal crown of scalloped lace set with sequins and pearls. Her only jewelry was a cross necklace. She cwr ried a bouquet of Stephonotif set with red feathered carnations tied with a candlelight satin bow. Mrs. Duane Boy ken was ma tron of honor. Celine Miller and Joyce Plaisier were bridesmaids. Linda Harrenga and Jane Sch- midt werfc caftdleltehteKS afid usherette*. ' : Best man was dene Ostermann and Lenny Wild Was gfaofti&fianj Ushers were John Hawehga and filmer 6'stermann. Judy Osterttiann and Jb,arf Schmidt registered the guests: A reception noAoriftg the * bfida) totiple was held in the-'church parlors. The we'ddihg da^e was served by Mfg. Emil Bjugrad anc Mrs. George Boyken. Mrs. Heleti Kromihga and Mrs. Lena-Schmidt were at the coffee service. Mr. and Wfrs. Glen A, * Miller were dining room hosts,--jMrs. Walter Baade, Mrs. ftay Krominga, M"rs, Ray Baade and Mrs 1 Richard Etelmers were in ch'arg& of the gifts. Waitresses were Vicki Rakow'. Marie Gigler, Margaret Brandt, Snerry Wenger, Karen Van Hove and Carolyn Intermill. Hostesses were Mesdames John Welhouseri, Cliff Krantz, Jake Gigler, Arnold Brandt,.- Herb Rakow and Doris Sathbff* The bride is a graduate of Titonka high school, class of 1961. The groom is a graduate of Buffalo Center high school, class of 1957, and will be a senior at Iowa State. University in Ames where the couple will live after Sept. 1. . Thursday thru Saturday, "Fafy ulous World Of Jules Verne, 1:3Q- 7:00-10:00, "Bimbo The Great" 3:00-8:30. Sunday, "The Young Savages 1 ' 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:30-9:40, Monday- Tuesday 1:55-7:25:9:35. fUESDAt AND WEDNESDAY ONLY! "GOING TO CONQUER WAUD1SNE& SECOND HILARIOUS COMEDY ..JNTHEBIG6EST6URGALAND GAG'STAMPEDE IN THE WEST! B "ALIAS JESSE JAMES WENDELL COBPf^ Color hyjDE LUXE PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER SUN. * MON, - TUES, , r ' J r -' * 1* , » * T 'CONTINUOUS, SUN5AY ' 6t fa TwaArf fitsfrlcl Alforny , ', . In HARtD THESE ARE THE YOUHC AND THE DAMNED.. .WHO GROW IN THE ttA«$OfACOIICRlKJUH6l|l invadet W world of... ; t HAROLD HECHT'S . • For what, the/did to her-for'what they did to me : ' ...I'll see them bum P *ED. - THURSl !fll»E DAI^at 1:30 fEARLESS, RECKLESS.OTHEYDEFJED THE UNKNOWN! WALT DISNEY PRESENTS . pfuscolor cartoon -TECHNICOLMi' THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 2 New Features -- First Time Shown iii ¥EHOlW h "^* tie ^"^ ^* FOTHE TOWN " who ever lived! 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