The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1962 · Page 13
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APRIL 10, 1962 LuVerne Circle Names 7 WSCS met Wednes- With Circle 1 n the church rooms with Mrs. Elmer Sly ***^ 0 ** tor M «- AI. ' , d( ? votion s, Mrs. Jess lesson, Mrs. Clarence Mrs - Kub l chairman Circle *3 with Myrtle Jordan, DeVdtibns Mrs.. Carl Swattson, lea- s6n, Mrs. C. W> Bjustrom- Mrs. Alvin Weber, chairman, presided. Auctlori. was held. Giiest, Mrs. Barton; Sat. mat. 1:30 only: Special Show For Entire Family! "THE LITTLE SAVAGE AND.THE PIRATES" THE STORY OF A 10 YEAR OLB BOY AND PIRATES MAROONED ON A SMALL PACIFIC ISLAND ... , PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS - KIDDIES ONLY 25c TUESDAY Thru THURSDAY APRIL 17-19 ONE PERFORMANCE EACH NIGHT 7:45 - FEATURE 8:20 step, Mama, TOP he isa Majority of One) RUSSELL 7^/GUININESS — a Star circle were guests 6f Mrs. Robert Barber;Thursday evening. Lesson, Mrs, Vernon Eg glestbn. Mrs. Barber, chairman presided. All officers were electee but one. Mrs. Wilder Rockwobc was elected vice-president td fil vacancy of Mrs. Donald Raber who moved to Harlan. Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty left Friday to attend 'the funeral 6f his aunt, Mrs. Emma Babler, 98 at Arngeville, 111. The services' were Friday afternoon. Mrs. Babler was a sister of the late Mrs. Katherine Marty, mother of Henry Marty. Mr. and Mrs. Marty will go to Genoa, 111., to visit a few days with their daughter, Vera, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Link; and family. tl __ Hospital Report Postmaster, Bert Ramus was released Saturday, from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, following surgery to convalesce at his home. Mrs. Allen Blake,, surgical- patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, returned Thursday to convalesce in her honie. , Fred W. Goetsch entered Mercy hopsital, Mason City, for x-rays and observation. ,. . Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart of Garden .Grove, Calif., .'arrived COMING TUESD MA APRIL 10, 1962 jAT ALGONA THEATRE STEPS OUT" Rosalind Russell and Alec, GujAMess, starring as a Brooklyn Matron and a Japanese industrialist, top the cast of the Mervyn LeRoy Production of "MAMA STEPS OUT" opening Tuesfiay at the Algona Theatre. Ray Danton and Madlyn Rhuc are co-starred in the Warner Bros. Technicolor, > preserttaffotf of the long-running hit B/oadway •omedy.. ' •• *• ^ PLUS COLOR CARTOON - "ZIP AND SNORT" tONITE(WED.) THUR. thru SAT. ROCK HUDSON — DORIS DAY IN "LOVER COME BACK" ALGONA WILLIAM HOLDEHCunoN WEBB IN COLOR in LEO McCAREY'S SATAN NEVER SLEEPS ' CO-*TANniN4 FRANCE NUYEN I, The crowning achievement of the man who 'gave 1 you"6oingMy Way" and" The Bells Of St. Mary's" SUNDAY AND MONDAY - 2 DAYS ONLY A STRANGE NEW EXPERIENCE, JACK CLAYTON tHtom V "MM »? IK W ^^^ DEBORAH KERR ^ Thursday-thru Saturday "Satan Never Sleeps" 7:00-9:20. Friday, April 13 Midnite Show "The Wasp Women" at 11:15 "The House Of Fright" at 1:40. ; Saturday matinee at.l:3Q "The Little Savage" and. 6 1 Color Cartoons. ...''' "•-.•• , Sunday "The Innocents" 1:453:40-5:40-7:35-9:35. Monday "The Innocents" 7:309:30. . „.' Tuesday thru Thursday "Mama Steps Out". One performance only at 8:20. -.'•..• Thursday to make their home Jin AI Verne. A new home built since an.,1 is completed and ready for occupancy. Mrs.' Stewart is the 1 former Florence Hardcopf, daugh- ,ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. -William Hardcopf. Jpsiah, , "Si", Stauffach'er of Cheyenne, Wyo. has arrived, to visit .in his home town. Don Miller is now employed at Mason. City. • ,-; Mrs. Jack McClellan entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday for medicatjon. The Biddies ,-and , Kiddies 500 Card Club were guests Tuesday^of Mrs. George Studer, co-hostess Mrs. Robert Nielsen. Guest players were Mrs. Herman Hinz and Mrs. Larry Henderson. High, Mrs. Stanley Genrich, low, Mrs. Studer, travel; Mrs. Earl John and Nine Bid, Mrs. Hinz. . Fred Tiede patient at the Good Samaritan Home, Algona, is a pa-! DOORS, OPEN AT 10:30 P.M; ALGONA ARE YOU SUPERSTITIOUS? W/IEN HORROR STRIKES... _ Y Do Your Goose Pimples ^ Rise and POP. .?TheyWil/ (. tient in St. Ann hospital. Mr. Tiede is a former long time resident of LuVerne. ' , Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Langbehn of Green Mountain were Monday overnight guests in the Allen Blake home. They came to visit their daughter, Mrs. Blake, a surgical patient in Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Strawn and her 1 son, Durwood Pierce of Dallas, Tex.,'visited Thursday to Monday with relatives and was a guest of her sister Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and family. A family dinner was held' Sunday in the home of their aunt, Mr. and .Mrs. G. R. Cook in Algona. ' Carojyn Larson, student in nurses training at the, Me'thodist hos- jital,' Des Moines,' visited over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson. They , were Sunday dinner .guests of their son and brother,'Mr. and Mrs. Maron Larson and girls jn Hardy. The occasion'was to ^celebrate the fourth birthday of Lynn Larson. Mrs. Clara Rogers returned Sunday to her home after spending the past five months with her daughter^ the Jack' Lewarne fanr; ily in^ort. Dodge. ^ ' ' „ <Mrl*anfi*'Mrs. 1 Ocville Andergpn of Corwitff were 'Thursday visitors" fiuuK/nu VIA/I, MIDNITE SHOW "THE WAS P "THE PIUS HOUSE FRIGHT 75< f OR T«£ BRAVE.... / WE'RE IS A BONUS. with his sister, Mr. and "Mrs. Elmer Kubly. Mr. and Mrs. John Camelin of Corwith ' visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Davidson Wednesda evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber and boys visited Friday with his mother Mrs., Pearl/Barber in Bode. Attending a WSCS spring work shop at Fort Dodge Ev. United Brethren church Thursday from the society of the LuVerne church were Mrs. Marie Maass, Mrs. Fred Merkle, Mrs. Harry Naffziger, Mrs. Lawrence Marty, Miss Emma Krause, Mrs. J. Paul Stevens and Mrs. ^Carroll Marty. Mrs. Melvin. Kubly entertained her canasta club Thursday evening with all members present. High, Mrs. Laura Meyer, low, Mrs. Herman Hinz. Mrs. Melvin Kubly visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Thursday morning in .ivermore. Church Women Plan Dinner AtOttoseii Ottosen — Lutheran Women met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs, Carroll Olson and Mrs.' Cletis Hundertmark as hostesses. Devotions were given by Rev. Harold Mountain. A contribution was made to the Lutheran Orient Mission. Mrs. Merle Holt was elected delegate and Mrs. Howard Thompson alternate to the Ft. podge conference A.L.W.C. meeting at Eagle Grove Apr. 27. A clothing drive for overseas relief is now on. Easter Sunday will be the test day for the drive. Mrs. Me'lvin Ellingson, Mrs. Olvin Haug and Mrs. Harold Mountain gave a skit and Mrs. Mountain read an article. Lutheran Women will serve a cafeteria supper at the church parlors Wednesday,.Apr. 11, from 5:30 until 7 o'clock. Everyone is welcome. Lenten services will be held as usual, that evening beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark are the parents of a son, born Apr. 3-at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. They now have a i daughter and three sons. Mrs. Edith Starin of Ft. Dodge visited at the Watson Struthers home. The Ottosen Progressive Club and husbands enjoyed a pot luck supper and housewarming at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Nielsen at Rolfe. They moved from a farm .near here to an acreage at Rplfe recently. Mrs. Eugene Struth ers presented from the club. them with a gift Swea& Eagle LEDGER SHEETS — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. •SHQWN SUNDAY AT, !45 - 3=4Q - 5;4.Q - 7=35 MONDAY AT 7=30 ' 9:90 - PiUJ CPW& Maxine Clark is spending the week at home from Sioux Falls College and with her parents, the Glen Clarks. For her birthday, relatives met at the home of Mrs'. Greg Deira Saturday afternoon. Present were Mrs. Elmer Alderdyce and Sheri, -layette, • Mrs^ Ralph,, Wal)ser,||nd Don, Mrs. Ed Peterson, Pearl Dahl,; Mrs. 'Albert Swanson; Mrs. jCaroll .Viland. -and TjBrri, Elmore and Miss Barbara Keith, Wayzata, Minn. Swea Homemakers met Mar., 27 at the home of Mrs. Emil Larson with Mrs. Harold Jones assisting Mrs. Elvin Swanson and Mrs. Dett mer Thompson gave the lesson The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Elvin Swanson with Mrs. Glen Olson assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Peterson became parents of their second daughter, Susan Kae, Mar. 29. She weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces. Their other daughter, Sheila Rae, is 2. | '-« fj, <!&%£ in m G/actrty Cittif* Every 99* of Oldsmobile's five fiery new convertibles pack* s bustling V-8 power plant! Every one sports fashion-witl^-flair, that makes you want to leave your garage door open! Every, one' IB plainly labeled "Oldemppile"—as fine a sign of quality craft*. Clanship m you can find. Pick one... pake a top-down t*at to4ayl *C*METMIf*a ISXTFtA'mbaut awning mn VIHT YOV! GARAGE, AOTHO«UID <HP*MQIIU 125 S. Do<Jp f Algonq, ( QW a , , . Grandparents are the Rudolph Petersons of Swea City and the.Otto Falks of Spicer, Minn. Attending a TB meeting at Algona were Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, north Kossuth chairman, Mrs. Roy Valvlck, chairman from Swea City, Mrs. Selmer Uhr, Harrison twp., chairman; Mrs. Chester Johnson, Springfield twp., chairman; Mrs, Henrietta Dontje, town of Ledyard, chairman; Mrs. Delmar Angus, Burt twp., chairman; and Mrs. Lance Riebhoff, chairman from the town of Burt. The Jolly Housewives Club met at the Martha Kennedy home at Armstrong Tuesday. The main order of business included election of officers, with Mrs. Arthur Kracht elected president for the joming year; Mrs. Mike Grabianowski as vice-president and Mrs. llarence Wies, secretary-treasur er. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Irmiter became the parents of a baby girl Sunday morning at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and is the couple's third child. The other two are boys. Grandparents are the Henry Irmiters and the Pete Rollings, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. William Wiskus, Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer of Ringsted were Sunday callers at Ihe Paul Sanftner home. Mrs. Wiskus has only recently returned home after five weeks in the hospital as the result of a heart attack. Mrs. Nels Godfredson and daughter, Mrs. Ben Wibben, Algona, spent three days last week and two days this week at Clear Lake MUCH PUBLICITY HAS BEEN GIVEN tb our First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy's emphasis oh the historical interest of the Wihte House. I ve seen her television tour of the executive mansion three times and 1 ve loved every moment of it. I think Mrs. Kennedy deserves much credit for restoring the lovely old rooms and for calling attention to the White House as a shrine in our national heritage. Thousands of people tour it each year. . * * * * * I'M NOT AT ALL SURE, if I were First Lady, I would want the whole country peeking into my living quarters. Even if they did agree with my taste in furniture it would be a little disconcerting to think that if you had left a cobweb someplace everyone from Banger, Maine ;p Portland, Oregon could spot it readily. Nevertheless, if Charles Col- mgwood wants to bring his TV cameras to Algona, I am all prepared 0 give him a tour of our place, the Gray House. • • * * * • .' !•:•'•.:<•.• NOW, I AM NOT PRESUMPTION enough to think that I am in he same category as the First Lady of the United States. I'm not even irst lady around pur house. That honor belongs to our dog, Gidgit. Mrs Kennedy is younger than I, prettier, better dressed and probably has a Ittle larger household, budget to operate on than I do. On the: other hand, or I should say on the. other foot, my shoe size is smaller than Jacqueline's and when it comes to havttg furniture piled up waiting '? ,T^f to / ed ', 1 really have il over her - In fact everything around here should be fixed up ! * £ » * ' ' ' WHEN CHARLES COLLINGWOOD COMES to Algona for a televised tour of the Gray House, I have a script all prepared so I can comment on it like Mrs. Kennedy did. We shall start with the foyer. I guess that's what you call that three by five space By our front door. I shall potat out the interesting fact that the rail there which holds all our children s play coats was once a piece of pipe in a plumbing shop. I shall explain that the reason we have that newspaper over the glass in the front door is so that the setting sun won't shine in bur eyes when we watch the TV cartoon program. * * * AS WE ENTER THE GREEN ROOM, I shall divulge the historical facts about the sofa there. It is 21 years old and was purchased the first year of our marriage,, We chose both the fabric and the style at a» Algona store and had it made up special for us. The whole process cost us $69; Although it badly needs restoring now, we feel we have already had oUr money's worth out of it. * * * WE PROCEED TO THE DARKER GREEN ROOM, which is the scene of much activity in the Gray House. Our late dog, Weiner, had seven pups in this room and our present dog, Gidgit, is now eyeing it for use as a delivery room. It is in this room that such events as column writing every Thursday evening takes place; the ironing is done on the board that pulls out from under the bed; and items such as piles of newspapers, apple cores, used tennis shoes and party souvenlers rest fprva_ry,!ng intervals before being-thrown out. i ,•,"-"-*' * * * * v > ' , IT IS IN THIS DARKER GREEN, ROOM that we find, not'the Lincoln, but the, Wegenep bed. We don't know how many famous 'people have slept in it, but it is almost old enough to have held George Washington. It belonged to my husband's grandparents arid once reposed in an alcove in their bathroom. The old gentleman, just before he died at almost 90, used to rest on it after taking his daily exercise by walking around the huge room. It was refinished and restored by my husband and we've been sleeping in it ever since we were married. If it breaks down in the middle of the night just one more time, the slats will have to be restored again. * * * WE MOVE ON TO THE LIBRARY. At least, I guess it should be called the library because somebody is always reading there when we want to get into it in a hurry. You will note that the fixtures — I mean the furnishings — are all by Kohler, or maybe it is American Standard, and these interesting marks on the door came from having to pry it open after a visiting toddler locked himself in. This room is also used as a retreat, particularly by the girls when it is time to do the dishes. * * « THE STATE DINING ROOM in the Gray House has often doubled as a conference room. It is here that we discuss such major strategy Droblems as which creditor will get how much this month, why I have :o serve those left-over casseroles so often, why Bill can't have the car ionight, and who stole whose second-best blouse. The State Dining Room s also the communications center for the Gray House. The telephone s located there. * * * A HISTORICAL SIDELIGHT ABOUT the Gray House is that is was once a stable ! Some people may be of the opinion that it was much icater when the horses lived in it. Anyway, when it was a barn it was ocated in back of the Crose house which many people say is one of he oldest houses in Algona. The original house was divided into two >arts and moved to new locations by my father. He also put the stable on a new foundation and moved it here after filling in a swamp. In 1945 he new wing, now the Darker Green Room, was built and in 1954 the jack porch was added. When I announce these things in my tour of he Gray House, I fully expect Charles Collingwood to interject, "Fascinating !" several times. * * . * ' LIKE MRS. KENNEDY. I must point out that none of the prospective restoration can be done at public expense. I'm trying to figure out a way to do this for the Gray House, but so far I haven't come up with any good ideas. However, if the vast public would like to donate precious old furniture, together with medium-sized checks, like they do to White House, I'm sure we can work out something. In our case, you don't even have to stick to items that originally came from, or should be in the Gray House. If we did that, I'd probably get only a bale of hay and some old horse shoes ! THIS WEEK'S RECIPE is for Apricot Salad. 2 pkgs. orange Jello 2Vz cups boiling water Va cup apricot juice % cup pineapple juice 1 number 2Vi can apricots 1 number 2Vz can chunk pineapple small marshmallows Combine the Jello, with boiling water. Add fruit and let set. Put a layer of small marshmallows in a 13 x 9 inch pan and pour the Jello mixture over them. Topping — Combine the juices with Vi cup sugar, 2 tsp. flour, \ beaten egg and 1 tablespoon butter. Cook until thick and add 1 cup whipped cream. — GRACE. , Science Shrinks POei New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain H«r Twk, H. T. (Sr^W)-Fw At first tim« $clenc« ha* found • n*w healing iqb*Uoc« vitb th« Mto*- Uhing »bility to shrink h»nwr- rhoidi, stop itching *n4 nliw* p«in - without lurgwy. la C«M alter CMO, wbfl* ftatiy p»in, *«tQ*l wdactlwi took pl»cf. f Alt^fl^nlta VMM **v« <***«4 to b* • *f ln»tltoU. fi«tfM«(| where Mrs, Godfredson has been undergoing treatment for arthritis. Mrs. Orville Buuaeh, Blue Earth, and Mrs. Harold Carr attended a pre-nuptial shower for Virginia* Miller, Wesley, at Ledyard last Sunqlay. Miss Miller and Maurice Krebsbach will be married Apr. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Federson surprised Mrs. Walter O'Green at the O'Green home FrWsy evening on the occasion of Mrs. O'Green's birthday.

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