The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1961
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(IA) Upper B»s MolnM tho&rfay, Ai/tfuif Id, 1961 Thursday ' thf\T "Oorgo"s 1:30-4:01 Attack", 2:5S-d:25. Sunday — "Tammy-i iui . , True", 1:30*3:30-5:35-7:404:45. Mbnday thru Wednesday. "Tammy Tell Me J'fu^'/J^S 7:27-9:30. , .,. ^ .^-; Tcfl Johnnie Van Hove, young Kanawha slock car pilot, luckily escaped injury when his car took a high flip an'd landed on its top off the south end o f the track during a heat race at the fairgrounds Saturday night. His auto, which was demolished, is shown here lying upside down near the track. Van Hove was only dazed in the. mishap. A total of eight cars Were put out of action during the night as .'a series of spectacular crashes occurred. Top drivers were Gene Schattschneider, Algona, and Bob Garrett, Fort Dodge. Each won a feature and heat race. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Mrs. .Mary Carman underwent major surgery at St. Ann hospital August 3. Mrs. Harriet Lynch is visiting her mother Mrs. J. M. Thurston, Virginia, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Welzel are being visited by- their nephew. David Cavanaugh. Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Marshall had. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wahrer and 'Karen. 'Des Moines, las guests Monday. Mr.'and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish and family are spending from Thursday till Monday with relatives at Hastings, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schlie- vert spent last week at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Diihs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday at the Okobojis with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Percival. Mr. and Mrs. Lando Mishak spent Sunday .at Alta Vista with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Mishak. Dr. and Mrs. Julius Winkel attended the wedding of Teresa Lennon and Merle Carman at Duncombe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milder had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs Charles J. Curley, Kathy and Jim, Cedar Rapids. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Slillman have returned from a three-week vacation in the Pacific northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Don Potter were recently visited by Mr. and Mis. Dean Brown Debbie and Neb. and daughters Dulcie, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Phillips are leaving Friday for Rapid City, S. D. for a week while Mr. Phillips is on active duly at the air force base. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and family are visiting Mrs. Lowman's mother, Mrs. John Nordstrom at Portland, Ore and other relatives in the west ' . Judy Picket!, who is attending a school of nursing at Grand Island, Neb., hus been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Picket!. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau have been visited by the latler's mother, Mrs. Bertha Virden, Leon and have also spent some time there with her. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Godden as as guests Tuesday their niece Mrs. Milton Farrow and daugh- Verne. Mr. and Mrs; CharJes Hinken have purchased the Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer home on East McGregor street. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer and family have moved to California. Susan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelley, has completed her studies at the University of Florida, Tallahassee, and this fall will be an instructor in the University . at Lexington, Ky. Mr. • and Mrs. Lloyd Pool are being, visited by their daughter, Mrs. James Newell, and sons Thomas and David, who came Thursday (today) from Denver, Colo. B. P. Richardson is being visited this week by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vogt and Derith, Hous;on, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Max Richardson and Jake and Tommy, Summit, N. Y. Fred Tiede, a resident at the 3ood Samaritan Nursing home ias been visited by his daughter, Vlrs. Pabst, Detroit, Mich. Mr. Tiede is a former LuVerne resident. Mrs. Olive Herbst has been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson and family, Edina, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morris, Ben and Dianna, Chapel Hill, N. Car. Mr, and Mrs. Roy McMahon and Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman and Mike and Pat, Eagle Grove, returned Saturday from a week spent in a cottage at Sunset Beach, the Okobojis. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Spongberg and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson, Des Moines, are leaving this week for a two week vacation at Cass Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben wont to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit with their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Rickie Wibben, of Hartsburg, 111., whose son Jefl had surgery and was hospitalized there. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dallman, Dixie, Deanne and Douglas vacationed a week ago at the Black Hills, S. D. Later they visited the respective families, Mr. and Mrs. John Dallrnan at Terril and Del Marlow, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett had as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willrett and family, Britt, Mrs. Dean Saliger and Mr. - —---.. «.,« uau e ji- ~..n, mi a. I_/L-<IU oajigcr ana ivir. lets Linda and Janice of Lu- and Mrs. Don Saliger, Clear THURS, thru SAT.i ALGONA DEATH COMES DOUBLE! Not one monster- but TWO--wreak vengeance on terror- stricken LondonI M G M P IBt nU KING BROTHERS PfvJuttjOO Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Me- Arthur, Bernice, Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lovstad, Bitrt, returned last week Wednesday from a vacation trip of a week spent at the Black Hills, S. D., and points in Colorado and Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, Humboldt. Others present were Sigurd Lee, Bergen, Norway! Bertina Carlson, St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and- Mrs. Andrew Lee, Bode; Norman Bakken and Ted Lee, 3radgate. ., Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John. Helmers were Mr. and VIrs. Richard Helmers, Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen, ' Brainerd, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs..'Don White, Sioux City, and the re spective families. Lewis Marshall and Don Asa flew to Buckingham, 111., last week and were accompanied by the former's daughters, Beta Kay and Nancy, who will visit with their uncle and aunt, Mr. 'and Mrs. Ray Heller. From there they will go to Joliet, 111. to visit with another uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schurnacher. Mr. and Mrs. John Spongberg and ^on, Jphn, Jr., have been here from Milwaukee, Wis., to see the father Harry Spongberg, who is in the Good Samaritan Nursing home. John Sr.'s birthday was Aug. 3 and Mrs. Harry Spongberg had Mr. and Mrs. Albin Spongberg as evening guests in his honor. __.... Mr. and Mrs. J. P.'SmilH had is guests S.unday Mr. and Mfs\ Chester Hedlund, Sioux City/ Wrs. Richard Regennitter, WasH- :a, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Wies'eV PJJ- cahontas, and Raym&nd"' 'Hater and children Dana, Sue, Mike and Craig, Dt-s Moines. Dana^e* mained for a longer visit and vill spend some time with-her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Edna Harr. Miko is staying la .rrioflth With Mr, and Mrs. Ed Smith at Burt. • Mr. and Mrs. John Schlrtmei lave been at Sioux City aiid Spencer where glad shows have een held and' on their exhibits at both places, they received everal blue ribbons. A State lad show is to be* held Aug. 123 at Humboldt. This is a homecoming for all growers who have ieen members'of the State Sd^ iety 25 years. Mr.' and Mrs. Schimmel will bo in attendance and wil) have exhibits. Mrs. George Wohnke, Bancroft, ari'6 the Schimmels' daughter, Mrs. Dyrl Jones, Laurens, will be featured on the TV programs on Eve's Kitchen Thursday from 4 till 5 o'clock. A Des Moines sta-' tion will also carry the program, TRIP ..... i Mr Alvin Hesse of Marble Rock recently went on a fishing trip to Florida. It took him about 35 minutes to land a 28 pound dolphin measuring 52 indie's long. He also, caught two large barracudas but these were not kept. ' "TAMMY TELL ME TRUE" Starts Sunday at the Algona theatre Young Sandra Dee finds her col lege professor friend, John Gavin interesting both romantically anc. educationally • as they co-star in "Tammy Tell Me True," romantic comedy in color. The Ross Hunter production is a Universal-Inierna tional picture. . SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY CRASH THE LAUGH • ...with the ZANIEST comedy In years/ PLUS 2nd FEATURE IN COLOR n Your Heart WIH Be Touched By The Magic Of This Richly, Human . FttNDERS ^DAVIDLADD-DONALDCRISP AEODOREBKa Plus 2 Color Cartoons ADULTS 75c KIDDIES FREE '5cna||e^ wife Winner Here The largest • crowd- of the sW son really got its fill of first class really got Its fill of''first class accidents during the weekly night of stock cat 1 races at the fairgrounds Saturday. 'A total of 23 cars qualified -" and when the evening's events, wore over, ahout a third of them wefe out of action — but good. • Next program of stock car races will", be presented Friday afternoon, Aug. 18, during the Sossuth County Fair at 2 p.m. • A rained-out feature, held over rom the preceding Saturday, ook care of eight of 10 starters )efore the completion of thf hird Jap. One spectacular wreck each]'on three 5 iepafflte tttfra 6f the tifcek sidelined" 'tti§'eight aUttft "aHd B6b Garrett, F6ri BoUge,> fiorittally •& winner h btfjhgfahttugh the tmffwtote first; Bf S Ma'sdnidfty, was Second Chfis'tiftsett,, We-st* Bt Dnle^SBfettatt, -Garner tip in a dead licat for thiftf.' Garrett also took the .first heat race, edging' RfekhaH and Bud JW, Fort Dodge," th^n • it was Gene Schhltschneldeir's turn to tak£ over fan'd become the stai of the "night. The Aigdna driver was foHirth' in the first he&t ana waited until there were just three' races left to really show his stuff. ' > ' '', • ' Gene started in second place and took the handicap- event in a real tight duel' with -G-aftett. The two 'Were ddser than a couple .of dill pickles in a jar" until Sehattschheidor turned* .the 1 : last lap in 29.8 seconds to,grab the purse. Fair wound up third. Schattschneider turned in another fine drive to take the final feature, which again saw a large .MI £btt&&&i&MW&tiiii';jr l ' *v.Vi .' . foils niisHapY'ancI afte? J3eni<j6b 's».^^«ijt»j * «.» ' ^..iji^.wi'ijr rt/jf iljadine i|t;to'get 1 W& checker- UI ••* s '• * SUNDAY Thru WEDNESDAY ALGONA (Continuous SUN. from 1:30) SandmEEE asTSWMf COLLEGE A WHIRL! Teaching the campus "cats" that a "cool" head can't beat a warm heart ...and giving a shy, young professor, some joyous lessons in . • Roirtanee! CHARLES DRAKE • VIRGINIA GREY -JULIA MEADE Cecfl Keflaway • Betdah Bond • Edgar Buchanan • Gig! 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