The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1961 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1961
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. ,, .. • mm ^fr • - • <%- ; -y :, ^V/Ati'bilrWl ffjJL . ............ .. .u..... . * . X"^' '> u iiv I Held eek *-. The,; Blander, family reunion was-held Sunday at Mrs, Mabel Thomps6n's with 38 present. Mrs. Thompson had all 'of her eight children home for first time in 13 years. VThey were the Rev. Clarence Thompsons of Seattle, Wash., Merrill Parsons, Waterloo, Mrs. Oaylord Krickson, Valley, Merle Thompsons, Marshall, Wise. The Lawrence Thompsons, Humboldt. Earl Thompsons, Mason City, Ir- tfiri Burgardts, Plover and Nichola;s .WOlfes of Port Dodge, Miss - Grace' Thompson, Des Moines, •Mrs. Ma'rcellus and baby, Humboldt. Sisters of Mrs. Thompson, the] Percy Loomers, Ralph Andersons of Britt, the Jay Arnolds, the Lewis Arnolds, Lake Mills her brother the Milo Blanchan Forest' City, William Everding! of Titohka and Jim flendricks of Mankato, Minn. ,• The annual Patterson reunion W&S held Sunday-in the 'LuVerhe town hall with 43 present. Offi- fceira elected were,,Milo Patter- sdii, LuVerne, pi^es'ident; Boyd > Patterson, Dows; vice-president; Mrs. Max Patterson, LuVerne, secretary-treasurer. ; Mr; and Mrs. Ralph Stoll at- teqded the funeral of William Koch, 58, Friday: at Titohka. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth .Stripling and Scott of Danbury .were Weekend visitors in the .parental Mrs. Jessie ;Stripling .ano Gordon Gregory home. Hoyt bf Glfta* Rapids is a gaest ,ln' the ' home of his caustaf 'Mr,s. N^eile BieggSf, %'.&nd Mrs. 'Paul Phillips oi Stewartvllle, -Mirtn., their daughter foye&.SMf/atfa'.nifofe. Marlow Polliftge and-daughter Kimberly Anrtfdf Milwaukee, Wise., spent over Sunday visiting in their home town; * /: Mrs.''firflma Hbgberg of Rock Island, til.,' visited her sister Mr. and Mrs«, John Voss; Sr. in Algorta and he,r nephew Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., family in LuVerne the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Lyell Engel and sons, her mother Mrs. Rufus Smith of Humeston were Sunday guests in the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ertgel. They were in Minneapolis Saturday for a Twins baseball game, Steven Wendt, son of the Elmer Wendts of Bode, oame Fri- Ins, fcybft-l&hd*. Bradley Bfglngs" IB the ^tibeft fiigings.home. • Mt. .ahdLM*fs. Hertry* Ktlbly Mrs.-Edwin Marty, Mr. and Mrs Elfflet Kobly visited Suhdaji in fne Arrtdld Ramsvig home at W;eist Bend. , Mr. add Mrs. ttavid Mow-is ahd Keltey of Watetlo6 visited her'parents,'Mr. and Mrs. John Bdekes, Friday to Sunday. Joyce Meyer of Des Moines .'was a weekend guest with her parents, the Harold Meyer fam* ily. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce A. Wickett left Sunday for their summer home on Lake McKeown, near Hackensadk, MiriH." 4 Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, Denny. Ray,, Johtiny and Ch&r- les, went Saturday to Lake Ok' oboji for a'mouting with her, sister ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunter and familjc of Fonda. ._ Mr. and Mrs, Robert Murray i Patricia Murray, Richard and ' t. F came for the Murnjt», Sunday. . . < , • };» f . f , Mr. and Mrs^JLewls ^etefs% 6f Waterloo., visited', ' Sa'tuHa¥ with her nephew Mk -aha Gerald Ramus 'fi ^ Mrs. Allyn • - Bri^ili - drove, -to Lake Okobojl Saturday/tb brlftg Nancy Brink and- $ufcie .BlakS home from spending a-',Weefi,at the Methodist The children* ofi' and h'6me Saturday!, Kfter ten days Wlttf tiifeif "'gwttid ' feother, .Mrs. Malie , , , , '., Mr. and Mrs. Alleh'Wilsotf And Children of Kansas City, Mo.- Visited Tuesday * .to' 'Saturdiy frith her mother Mt. «nd Mrs! Adolph Koester, other^ relatives feere, and nef' sisters, the Delhiei filankenhagens iff fort' Cedge. ' ; Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Sag'isl, Barbarta, Marian and Ntaey at ftiver Forest, 111., arrived 't8 vls- ii his mother Mrs.- Minnie Hagi jinc 1.11.11111 cu \ji; iifxi. UHU'lVirSI lot. * c > rvin Meier of, Belmortd, Irvlu? Bev. and Mrs. C1 a r e n c 6' — !—— •* •-•-. ' i II ii f. ij , -J- • - • -•• • n Ifatold-Wdif to '-tntac* ' .the . birthdays df M?&- Wblf mA- Sl% aA frcfe he* Crests; Mr. m Mta,' Guy Glddlngs, neighbors MJV and Mfs, Lloyd Ruehfiasti and ffimlly and - Mr. and Mrs. Adoiph KefesteK - , 7 A Long family wmntefl held Sunday ifl Oak Park, ton, "with 76 present, Attfcftding from -Lit Verne were Mr. and Mrs< ATTENTION "BACK TO SCHOOL" FREE SHOW! SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1 and 3 •DAVID LAPP PLUS 4 COLOR CARTOONS Have Mom or Dad Get Your FREE Ticket from the sponsoring- merchant with the "Back To School" sign in their window . . . JACK SPRAT R 5 Lbs. 39c SPARKS HONEY 1 Jar 29c SNO-BOY CARROTS 2 Lbs. 29c Wilderness XHERRY, WE MIX ... 3 Cans 89c STANDBY TEA PARTY PICKLES 2 Pint Jars 59c STANDBY EARLY JUNE PEAS 4 No. 1 Size Cans 69c JIFFY MIXES • CHOC. BROWNIE • CARMEL • SPICEY BROWNIE • WHITE • CHOC. FUDGE • PIE CRUST MIX OR MATCH STANDBY FANCY Whole ASPARAGUS 2 No. 1 Tall Cans 79c KERR PINT MASON JARS 99c Case Of 12 LETTUCE 2 crisp heads 29c BANANAS ib. lOcJHam Loaf SQUASH HU8BARD - ACORN - BUTTERCUP MORREU'S SLICED HOME OF BACON ..... Lb. 39c TASTE TEMPTING FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs. $1.29 OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9A.M. TO NOON ANO 4P,M,TO6P,Mv DONT FOROET FREE JIUVIRY Loaded wftn the biggest, 1 longe'st loudest laughs that ;.ever rocked the Army... v ihe screen..", and PLUS: COLOR CARTOON ' He got a Private's pay- MATINEES DAILY AT 1:30 and lived like aV. I. P.! , THURSDAY- I. -FRIDilY- -SATURDAT-4 ON^OURn GIANT - WIDE SCREEN • H •'"•• ... - ; . . " SWE LTON,-feriaf OF HIS MOST LAff- PROVOKIN'MOV/ES! The Worlds Most Beloved Clown In His Crowninq Hit *• • V \\ 0&, PUBLIC " everybody pay$!,You/1 bu^ youf sides ^f... SKELTON \\ • ••» * CM YELLOW /\AN « P«HAVEN €XTRA Color Carloons "OHINfl JONES" , AND "BUSY BViRV fHUR36AY IS "PAMILY NIGHT" ett 'liiol^i'MrS. Mwy^ ^ A ^i ^SMfeSS?' 6 ' ^ honda, aRae^ t jean a «,rteypitj^ i y/^^ e .<_j[...- ..^~^i f st-j~~f~~- : -£-~a.~ f .- ... • Kossuth County Al DRAMA THAT SEARS AND SHOCKS! -j, ... the night pobple who live and Iov6 while the; city sleeps! ^ Endsville! The blistering Jove story from Jack , Kerouac'sshbckingnovel M-G-M PrestnU «N ARTHUR FREED PRODUCTION A Subterraneans LESLIE CARON GEORGE PEPPARD IANICE RULE-RODDY McOOWALL GERRVMUaiGAN-CARMfNMcRAE' ANDRE PREVIK SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY AUTfie Splendors Of History' Most FaUed Agc- AndThe Love That Was Its Glory! "Fire Of The Virgin Queen COLOR by 06 LUXE ODEA • 3rd SU5PENSEFUI SCRJEN PRAMA . LANA TURNER-ANTHONY QUJNN SANDRA W-JOHN SAJffi to . . i .

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