The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1961
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Wed £0 The .children of Mr. end Mrs. Starry Hobson, former residents 01 Aiigona and Lone Rock, whd ,now live at Clarion, are holding open .for their parents golden, .wedding anniversary 'Sunday. 1 - £ r01 ?J£" 5 p>m - at IOOF ^all in Clarion. All frfefids.and arfe ' 'invited to attend. (UDM^Engraving) Mr. and Mrs'. Harold Smith had as callers Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Moore, Greene. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith had ns guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rjchter, Titonka. Clarence Fraser and. son Bill. who are working at' Des Moines? scent the weekend,at home with Mrs. Fraser. • -: '• • Leona Goecke, R. N. at Park hospital, Mason City, spent 'Sunday With her narenis, -Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke. • ; : Dennis Georoe and his nunt, Mrs. Leoria Danielson, Albert Citv. have vacationed at' points in Wisconsin and Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bonneite had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Elmore and Mr. and Mrs Mervin Elmore. Blue Earth. Mr. ard Mrs. 'Wesley Barileit and family'dre soendiri? most of this week' at New Sharon with the father, Dr. G. W. Bartlett. Jeanette Jacobson, Lonq Beach, Ca.L, a former jteacher in the p'ublici schools,.'-'here, was a euest of Inez Wojfe' Saturdav. Mrs. Wolf* Heia|*»^ff^if-witb several other - teachers'' as.' guosts in honor of Miss Jacobson S'at- urrlay afternoon. Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Reillv is sitting AIIT. 25 from New Cork CHy to Barcelona, Snain for 10 months 01 study. At the end of that time he expects to return to the States For the cast year he has taught art 'and Spanish at Lake Citv. Mr. and Mrs. • John Grottp have been visited by Harold Grotto. Moline, 111., who came to see Mrs. Kenneth -Wichman. daughter of the Grottes, who came from Macon, Ga., for a visit with the parents and was accompanied by the son. John. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Guster nnd Donnis returned Thursday from a ten Hav^ vacation spent at Sheridan, Wyo., with Mr. and JVTrs. Norman Guster and at Kimbnll, Neb. with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Churchill. Thev were also at other Nebraska points. Geneva and Omaha where they visited with relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laws have been visited bv Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivan Porrv, Judy, Denise ol Spencer. Other weekend guest? were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Templer, Eldora. At another time their guests were Mr. nnd Mrs., Robert Lehman, Diane, Lori and Barbara, Des Moines. who broupht home the Laws' daughter, Debbv, who hsd been visiting with them. OJher euescs lust Tuesday were Mr. v and Mrs. Vern Nunomaker, Billmes, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laws were joined at Clear Lake Sunday b> Mr. and Mrs, John Laws, parents of Dale, Moravia, who had with them the son Brocke who hud visited with them and with the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Perry, Moravia. PLANTATION BALLROOM WhIHemore, <owe SUNDAY, AU6, 27 CLEMBRAU SUNDAY, SEPT. 3 FREDDIE FREDRICK SUNDAY, SiPT, 10 DON HOY No Advene* gooth Doori Williaih Duffy and his sister KathJ'-were here-from Nebraste, City, Web., for "a weekend visit with friends. Mt. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson were supper, guests Friday of Mr. and 'Mrs. Arthur Erdmari at' Rcri- •;wicfc: •;.', : : '.,, • "•."',• Marilyn Dreesman is visiting Lucy Salter at Lido Isle, Calif. She will come home in time to enter , Drake University, Des Moines, where she .will be a senior.' MM. Wes Mains were visitors at the OswaTa home. • Mr*. Esther Barton is vaca> tioning this week at Webb with Mr. afld Mrs, 3. R. Cook. Melvin Chrifiiensen has returned hdme aft'ef being a surgical patient at Si. Ann hopital. Mr. and Mrs* Fred Hagen had as guests Sunday Dewey and Trancy Hulchlnson, Rockwell. Mr, and Mrs. Abe Lauriizeh, former residents' 1 here now .livinp at' Beaver ^D'am, .Wis., called or friends 'Monday. ', • ' • Mr. ahd Mrs. Raymond Gilbert hflvejas gue'sts the former's sister, Bea - Gilbert, and nieces, Mary and-June Hansen, Seattle Wash. -v •Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rich ards, 'former. Algonans now liv ing >near Lone Rock, are*vacationing at Princeton, 111., and Chicago.- , > • Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams at tended the wedding ; of their niece, Jane" Brue to 'John Havie- hitrst, Fort Dodge, at Cedar Falls Sunday. Mrs. Luella Baker spent last We6k at Kanawha in the Dr. Stewart' hortiei She spent tho weekend in Iowa City with her sister Mrs. H. H. Fritz. Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Furs* have returned from Porham, Winrt.,. where they had vacationed ,wlth the latter's' parents, Mr. •and-Mrs. ','Bud" Barnard. . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow had as caller Sunday Watson Dittmer; Brookings, S. D., who was enroute to Paullina. to attend a Dittmer family reunion. Mr. and Mrs.-John Gerber had as callers SUnday. evening Mr. and.; Mrs. George Bruellman, West B6nd, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kellerbeckerj Sabetha,Kan. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Knechl. Inez and Cheryl have returned from a vacation spent at Washington, D. C. and Arlington', Va.y at Arlington they visited with their daughter, Karla and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thbmas, arid at Hyattsville, Md., with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Drcnnen and Beltsville, Md. with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCullough. Mr< aftd Mf», fid" as guests the latter's aunt, ,Mr£ Christine* MdCann, Indkmapmls, Ind., artd Gertrude - Woith, "•""*" tonna, Minh.- 1 Mr. attd Mfs.'Bab Kuhn arid- family, Ankefty, speht th«lf Va> cation here last Week With th6 former's parents, Mr. and Mrs", Gordon Kuhn, and'at the Ok6b5- Mr. ' and' Mrs. Hsnry Fur^f were visited Saturday, by the Iflf? ter's uncle and" ,aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cunningham, SI more, Minn., and Rev. and* Glenn Kunnicott. O'Neill,' Neb. ' Airman ,1/c Bill Hobirtldri, is" spendirtg tt furlough at the horfte of his parents, -Mr. and' Mrs. *E. r E, Robinson.' He had been in Chateaurax, France the • past three months nnd will report ai Dover AFB, Del. », s Lloyd Robinson has returned from Rochester,- Minn,, where he had recent, surgery. His sister, Mrs. John' Baird and cousin, Blanche Swindell, Council Bluffs, catn'e Tuesday for a visit with hirn, and Mrs. Robinson. Mr. land <Mrs., Lawrence Hui- zell will hdve as guests several days Mr. and'Mrs. 1 Leroyr John*' son and Merilee and Timothy, who have been living in, Maywood, Calif.' Darrell Spece, one of the new teachers, 'has taken;'the O. B< Laing apartment formerly '6dcu- pied by Don' Duffy, who is not returning here, Supt. and .Mrs". Laing spent .Aug. 12 in- Des Moines, the' former transacting 1 ' business. Sunday they went ,tq Corydon to,^ attend; the high school reunion of Mrs. Laing's! class. They^ .Were, also 'at Chari-, ton as overnight 'guests of Mr.' and Mrs. Paul Laing. v Mr. and Mrs. L~ E. Hovey spent Sunday at Hampton with Mr. and- Mrs. Eldon Hovey. Mr. arid Mrs. L. E. Hovey have been visited by the latter's aunt, F.sther Lichte,; Bozeman, Mont., who. came 'to attend the forty- first anniversary, *6f her graduation'-from the Naeve school' of nursing,. at Albert Lea, Minn. Another guest was Mrs. Hovey's uncle, Arthur Neilson, Esterline, S..D. . ., Mr. and Mrs. MslJhew S»et» 6fe being visited by Mr. and Mrs." ^Michael Streit, Mark and- Mitchell, Cedar Rapids. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. t». Smiih and Mrs. Edna Marr Were visited last Week by Mr. and Mrs. Raymona Harr, Dana and Craig, Dos Moines. , Mr. and MM. Hoyd Pobl haw •taken their daughter Mrs. James •Newel to her home at Denver, nColo., following her visit here of a few weeks. • Theresa Thilges, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thilges, re- 'Cently completed a trip through eight states and two provinces. ,of Canada. The trip was spon- 'SOi'ed by Iowa State court, Catholic Daughters. Sarah Clark, a student at the Ntieve school of nursing at Albert Lea, Minn., spent several days last week with her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Randall Clark. She has recently completed special training at St. Peter, Minn. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Bruns, Billy and Mrs. Lake Polton re- <urned home, Thursday, after* a trip to Ft. Hboti,' Texas where they, took their daughter Mrs. Lelarid Pearson to join her husband, who is stationed there. They visited the Ozarks" on the return trip. , ' Lfhda, Oa^tl and Seb Green 6f Bancroft spent the past week at-the' Oswald Thilges home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard Were' guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zclhwer at Fairmont, Minn. Maiireen T h i1 g e s returned home Wednesday after spending a week at the 'Clarence Green home at Bancroft. .•Mrs. Mary Dole of Irvinejton spent the weekend at the Clarence Green home at Bancroft while Mr. and Mrs. Ed Immerfall and family were at Iowa City./..; : . '- '.-.-,.;. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook are home from a three • week vacation in Colorado and Wyoming, At Denver they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks and. •at Council Bluffs they visited With Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Math- lason. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crawford have returned from a Sojourn at Devi Bara resort, Baraboo, Wis. Monday they went to Carroll to be With Mrs. Crawford's father, 88, who is hospitalized and hao his -hip pinned -after a fall in Which it was broken. M*r. and Mrs. A. fit. Borchardt had as guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Meissner 61 Baraboo, Wise, who also visited with other .friends. The Meiss- ^ NOT NEW OFFICE HOURS • • MONDAY 9-5 9--5 9-9 DR. D. D. Thursday, August 24, 1961 Algona (la.) Uppar fat 'Mefnes-3 •'. ners lived hero a few years ago and Mr. Meissner was employed by a feed company; Roseanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrin, Mason City, and prancldaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Barry, a graduate of Clnrk college, Dubtique, has been swimming and sailing instructor at n girls' camp at Dc- lafield, Wis. She is leaving soon for West Covina. Calif., where she will teach Spanish in the hiph school. Guests ai the Joe Sluder home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jake ,Stroulh and family, of Wllmont, Minn., Mr, and Mrs. Frank Wei- lick Jr. and family, Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth . Studer : and family of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson and family of Wesley. All brought covered dishes. In the afternoon, all drove to West Bend to see the Grotto. Scotch-Lite To Be Applied By Local JayCees Tho Aigona JayCees, in conjunction with the national com- . munity develonment program of (he organization, will place Scotch-lite -on ' the fronts artd hocks of all bicycles here Auff. 20, from 1-4 p.m. nt a Site on Call street north of the courthouse. The Scotch-lite will bo applied free of charge. The Jaycees, however, would like to request anyone bringing his or her bike for this service to have it clean so the material will stick properly. Committee members are Dick Hingsdorf nnd Don Kramer. •i* I . Alcohol tends to reduce physical strength, endurance, and the amount of work done. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ABOVE PENNEYS Phone CY 4-3373 Algona WUVWAflArtJWWAVWWV^ SUN. THRU WED. Cont. SUN. from 1:30 p.m. Only the man who wrote PSYCHO for the screen .coujd jolt you like this! .UA && DIANECIIENTO PETER GUSHING SlkaWILDING PLUS SHORT "SPEEDWAY" and Color Cartoon • 5UNRAY AT 1:30 — 3=35 — 5=45 — 7:35 •?- 10:00 MONPAY THRU WiONiSPAY: 1:55 — 7:25 — 9:35 TH8U UHiTEO MUSIS ENJOY A LIGHT-HEARTED LEER AT LOVE AMONG THE ADULTS... with even the FBI unable to find a way to stop it I '; .1 ONY CURTIS DEAN MARTIN -JANET LEIGH SECOND BIG FEATURE see the difference in the new * s c«'itarrlng .„._ Jacques Charrier ATTENTION KIDDIES ! ALGGIsiA "BACK TO SdHOOL" FREE SHOW! SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1 and 3 P.M. THETNREE STOOGES - PLUS A Have Mom or Dad Get Your FREE ticket from the sponsoring: merchant with the "Back To School" sign in their window . BONUS LATE FEATURE SATURDAY NIGHT STARTING AT 11:30! EVERY THURSDAY IS... ye$$ir>-. YtHlfLCAR'AMD v Att^iTi OCCUPANTS •" WILL B£ JtDMIfrED FOR. ONE BUCK \ (A aaitaft ra va/u) v/ ENDS THUR, "GONE WITH THE WIND" SHOWN TWICE DAILY AT 1:30 and 7:30 FRIDAY and SAT. MATINEE DAILY AT 1:3P, Everyone's lookin... everyone's laughin'l ftninounl pftstnd TOBYMI(MLS-EDWAliOANDI!EWSJOHNMcGIVER •wnrai TECHNICOLOR and PANAVJSIOlp SHOWN at 1:30-7:00.10:00 ALGOKA SECOND NEW FEATURE ... He Most Inhuman^ Torture 'a Human being can stand! yillf rDKI ' DDHH SHOWN at 3:00 • 8:30 DAVID NIVEN «JANIS PAIOS IIN& COKtml BYING-TON ONE GUESS WHO ENDS UP TEACHING WHO...WHAT! PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS

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