The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1962 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1962
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Returns From Southern Trip Wesley - Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lfckteig returned home Apr. 7 '?i m a £ vo wee ¥ tr 'P- At Coffee* S. & Ka !^', tfie y vislted ner brothers, Will Rosrter and Albert Rosner and his family. ' At Greeley, Kansas they visited Lpu's sister. Agnes Lickteig, 'his brothers, George and Lee and their families and Mrs, Lickteig's sister, Mrs. Cecelia Kratzberg and family. They visited her sister, Sister Catherine fn Kansas City, Mo., and his sister, Sister Ploren' tine at Clyde, Mo. They took a sightseeing trip into Oklahoma. College Reunion Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jongewaard ahd son Dick went to Des Moines Friday where they attended the alumni meeting of Wheaton College, 111. Dr. V. Ramond Edmah, president of Wheaton College, attended the meeting. He ahd Billy Graham officiated at the wedding of Dr. and Mrs. Jongewaard on June 14, 1943 at Wheaton College. Mrs. Jongewaard graduated from the college the same day. New Assistants Beulah Green of Britt resigned as Dr. Robert Jongewaard's office assistant as of Saturday and began work for Dr. Camp at Britt. She had been emplbyed' by 'Dr. Paul Warner several years before he moved to Minneapolis, in August, 1961. Delores Reddel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reddel, and Sandra Sloter of Corwith are now employed in Dr. Jongewaard's office. , New Family Janice • Elsbecker entered the junior class at Garrigan high school last week, Karen Elsbecker the 5th grade and Mary Ann the 3rd grade in St. Joseph's parochial school. Darlene will begin kindergarten next fall. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elsbecker who moved here recently from Bancroft. A son, Jerry, was born Mar. 29. Elsbecker 'bought the Reese Martin barbershop and house. Board Meets ' Members of the Methodist Sunday School board met Apr. 9 in <3IVE US ANOTHER <JLASS OF"LIQUID HEALTH" MOM -THAT <SOOD MILK FROM CONSOLIDATED WE MEAN. "QNE-TW04HREE" Coming to the Algona Theatre Sunday James Cagney stars in Billy Wilder's new comedy, "One.Two, Three," which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre, through United Artists release. Filmed in Berlin, in Panavision, the movie stars Cagney as an executive who becomes involved in several hilarious situations. ALGONA Special Matinee Mon. at 1:30 p.m. Kiddies-All for 25c COLOR CARTOONS "3 Comediw he home of Mrs. Cari'Arnold for election of officers. Barbara Jones was*' named librarian, Chris Nygaard, 'secy., and Veva Lease, freas. In order o increase their missionary giv- ng they decided to hold a pre- Saster bake sale Apr. 21 at Walter's grocery, from one to four. Regular teachers are Mr. and tfrs. Glen Gabrielson, the Mesdames Carl Arnold, Gep. Detmer- ng, Geo. Ostercamp and Chas. \ygaard. Mrs. Robert Chambers of Albert City spent last week in the parental Chas. Nygaard home. A PTA meeting was held Wednesday night in the local public school. Doug Sheryvin, Mason City, spoke. The next meeting will be held in Corwith. Supt. Wolters will talk on "State Requirements". There will be an election of officers. Val Moore-is president; Arin Larson, vice president; Clair Thomas, secretary and George Detmering, treasurer. A daughter was born to Mr. and tfrs. Dwight Seaberg Apr. 8 in the hospital at Britt. Mr. and Mrs! Ray Weiland and Ronnie and WendeH and Elaine Neswold spent Apr. 7-8 in Grin, nell with the Weiland's daughter, 'Mrs. Larry Olsen arid Her husband. On Saturday, they attended a pink and blue shower for Mrs. Olsen in the parental Carl Olsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bunn and daughter Valerie of Sunnyvale. Calif., arrived last week to spend two weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen and other relatives. George Ostercamp took Mr. and Mrs. Duane Vaudt of Forest City to University hospital in Iowa City Apr. 8 where Mr. Vaudt went through the clinic for treatment of a virus infection. The Vaudts two children Dennis and Dcbra stayed with Price relatives here until their parents returned Monday evening. John Weiland, 87, who farmed north of Wesley until his retirement, has been taken from the Harold Weiland home in Britt to the Clayton Angle home in Swea City to recuperate from an illness. Mrs. H. Weiland is in a Rochester hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Kaloplastos of Mason City were callers Wednesday evening in the parental George Vitzthum home. Pfc. Kaloplastos left Friday for service in Viet Nam. He had served in Korea about 18 months. Carrie Engen, who is employed at the Weidenhoff plant near Algona is now employed Friday nights and Saturdays at the Christensen Store in Algona. She is the older daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engen. Callers at the Walter Elsbecker home Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Goche of Waterloo. They were enrpute from Bancroft to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goche and family of Bancroft were Apr. 11 callers at the Elsbecker home. Irene Hanig and Mrs. Hazel Gerdes returned Wednesday from a few days visit with the latter's daughter, Mrs. Jim Lincoln and family at Grinnell. Jule Matz was taken to the Britt hospital Apr. U for medical care. The bowling team of Irene Hanig, Darlene Tusha, Ruth Youngwirth, Marjorie Becker and Mary Krieps wqn the women's bowling tournament at Britt recently. Irene Hanig was top scorer of three singles. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer and daughters of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes and children and Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer and children were Apr. 8 guests in the pare»t»i R- C. Bauer home in honor of Mr. Bauer's birthday. Rlrs. John Bauer won high scorn prize in 500. LeRoy Ricke entered Mercy hos- plUI, Meson City, for medical care Apr. 10. Mr. and Mrs- Ed Downs have purchased Mrs. Martha Tjarks home in the east part of Wesley and will get possession May 15. Mrs. Tjarks plans to b(iy a home in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Haverly moved recently from Mason City !-o LaCrosse, Wise. He is employed as .a Industrial photographer for the Trane Air-Conditioning Company. St. Joe CD.A. To Name New Officers May 9 C.D.A. met Apr. 11 with grand regent Mrs. Francis Erpelding presiding. Mrs. Nicholas Weydert and Mrs. Paul Erpelding were elected as delegates to the State Convention in Council Bluffs Apr. 27-29. Election of officers will be held at the May 9 meeting and a nominating committee selected at the April meeting. They are Mrs. M. T. McGuire, Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mrs. Peter C. Reding, Mrs. Alvin Klein and Mary Jane Origer. Following the meeting, coffee was served and bandages were rolled for the lepers. " Committee in charge were Mrs. Wm. McGuire, Mrs. Tom McKeown, Mrs. Leonard Studer, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs. Frank Reding. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Anton Becker and Mrs. Damian Centgraf. Steven and Vlcki Stameell, eWM- ren of Mf. and Mrs. Roger Sinm well of Algona, are vrith,their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Jtfe Sinnwell while their mother u a patient in St. Ann hospital, Algotta*- Registration for first grade stu« dents in St. Joseph's school for next fall was held Monday. They are Dennis Bormann, Thomas Kayser, Sandra Kramer, Paul Gales, Norman Kohlhaas, Debrft McGuire, Robert Plathe, Kathryn Reding, Anna Marie Thilges,'Judy Thilges, Paul Thilges, Theifsa Thome, Margaret Thul and Charles Zeimet. Mr. and Mrs. John Origer and Mary Jane were given a housewarming Sunday ev.ening with' their new neighbors, the evening was spent socially and af cards with Lizzie Berte and Mrs Anton Becker receiving .prizes in cards. Lunch and refreshments brought by the guests was served Attending were Mr. and Mrs, Peter Bormann, Mr. and Mrs- John Thul, John B. Reding, Mr, and Mrs. Anton Becker, ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald lllg, Mr. and Mrs Donald Reding and Elizabeth Berte. Mrs. Reinald Salz entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Wednesday and underwent surgery Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thilges are parents of a son born Apr. 11 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. This makes three boys and three girls in the Thilges family. Mrs. Lizzie Bormann is the maternal grand mother and Mrs. John Thilges West Bend, paternal grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Don Brofer from Fort Dodge were callers Monday at the parental George Wagner home. The visitors returned home at noon from a visit with relatives in Phoenix, Mesa and Scottsdale, Ariz. County Donations To Heart Fund Memorial gifts amounting to $206 'or the first three months of this year have been presented to the towa Heart Association in memory of Kossuth County people, the society reports. Donations were made in the names of Gladys Lunn, Raymond A. Winter, John Weisbrod, Homer Lindhorst, E. L. Hansen, Mrs. Gertrude Wiemer, Fred Will, David King, Ted Green, Elsie Baum and Mrs. Max Nitz. Laing - Poland Nuptials At Welfare Conclave County Supervisors C. H. Newel. A. M. Kollasch, Jens Sorensen and Milton Norton of the County Board of Social Welfare, attended a State Board of Social Welfare meeting, April 11, at Storm Lake discussion centered on the' fielc of public welfare. Retires Ralph Gee, of Maquoketa recently retired after more .than 40 years as mail carrier. ENDS TONITE (WED.) BOB HOPE "FACTS OF LIFE' PLUS "BY LOVE POSSESSED" THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7 P. M. «..t.r, ln g DOROTHY cing ANTHONY PERKINS Also co-.l.rring MARJORIE MAIN 2ND FEATURE - EVERY HOUR WAS HIGH NOON FOR WYATT EARP ! PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS EVERY THURSDAY IS .. Mcrri Ann Laing, daughter of Mrs. Firman Laing Sr., Algona, and Robert L. Poland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Poland of Thomkinsville, Ky. were married March 31 in Algona in the First Presbyterian church with Rev. Myron Browcr officiating. The couple was attended by Mrs. Robert Laing, maid of honor, and Mrs. Vcrn Mullcr and Mary Ann Hanscn as bridesmaids. Cynthia Laing was junior bridesmaid and Laura Laing was flower girl. Attending the bridegroom were Lyman Womack, Darclanellc, Ark., Cliff Hardesty, Lincoln, Neb. and Larry Peterson, Columbus, Neb. Tommy Laing was junior groomsman and Jeffrey Perry of Ft. Dodge was ring bearer. Mrs. Myron Grower was soloist with Mrs. Richard Mawdsley at the organ. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors with serving by two circles headed by Mrs. Marc Moore and Mrs. Wesley Schultz. Mrs. Ralph Harberts served the punch, and Mrs. Martin Potratz of Whittemore cut and served the cake. Mrs. Firman Laing Jr. had charge of the guest book. The bride attended school ir Algona and is now employed in Ft. Dodge. The bridegroom, who attended, Kentucky U., and served in the army, is employed by Automatic Electric at Ft. Dodge where the couple will make their home following a honeymoon trip. •LAKOTA By Mrs. Stanley Stecker Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson and Ronnie visited with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groth at Sioux City over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ruby had as visitors Sunday for her birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kockler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby rind family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kollasch and family attended the Builders Show at Fairmont on Friday evening and later visited at the Donald Gangstee home at Elmore, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heetland and family of Northfield, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe Blome and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Heetland and family visited at the Jerry Heetland home on Sunday afternoon. Thomas Addy was a Sunday, dinner guest at the Wm. Mabus home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mabus and boys Were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Estle of Leclyard were Saturday dinner guests at the Henry Mitchell home. Dr. and Mrs. John Lundquist and daughters of Denison, were weekend visitors at the H. H. Murray home. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Olthoff spent the weekend in Minneapolis where they attended the Ice Follies. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Weaver and family of Sexton were Sunday dinner guests at the A. E. Weaver home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Jensen, Miss Jennie Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Milford Berg were Friday dinner guests at the Herman Wirtjes home. Mr. and Mrs. John Roelfsema, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kollasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Roelf- sema and family of Elmore, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Trasa- mar and family of Elmore visited at the Donald Kollasch home on Sunday afternoon to celebrate the birthdays of Skip and Scott Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Poppe and Zada Moe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetz and family were Sunday Tuesday, April 17, 1962 Algeria (la.) Uppif Oat Matoi»»9 Tuesday thru Thursday "Mama Steps Out" 8:20 only. Friday and Saturday "Secret Of Monte Cristo" 7:00-9:55; "Seren- geti" 8:30. Saturday matinee at 1:30. 10 cartoons — 2-3 stooge comedies. Sunday "One-Two-Three" 1:303:35-5:40-7:45:9:50. ' Monday thru Wednesday "One- Two-Three" 7:15-9:20. Ends Thurs. "Mama Steps Out" SHOWN AT 8:20 ONLY FRI. -SAT. fAATINEE 1FRIDAY ,^T 1:3,0 P.M. ALGONA ACADEMV AWARD WINNER! ; Africa in Lets AySJpPOMffor SEE A GOOD MOVIE I SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY JMLBE /T'BEATNIIC.AS TJUTTV AS A ,, fRUITCAKE// A Wild. Hilarious, b -Crackinq Qomtdyl flORST BUOWOLZ PAMELA TIFFIN JAMES CAGNEV 6«ciAiNOTe! <#u PO»»V««*TD sre rr fROM w vrwflfriwiv. w ^ uaH tONQ6R | F VQU PO 1 - -. ..BUT YflO'U. dinner guests at the Henry Blome home at Elmore. Carolyn Paulsen of Algona spent the weekend nt the parental Milton Paulsen home. She works at Druggists Mutual. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kcister of Mason City spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the IT. D. Mussman home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson were Saturday evening supper guests of the Lee Roy Richardson family, Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Holmers of Rockford, were Friday visitors nt the John Roelfscmas. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krull of Thompson were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Slenzel of Buffalo Center visited at the Louis Price home on Sunday evening. SHOWN SUNPAY AT 1:30 - 3:35 - 5:40 - 7:45 - 9:50 MONDAY THRU WEDNESDAY AT 7:15 - 9:20 BOX OFFICE OPENS SUNDAY AT 5:30 P.M. <*4 rTZM) Qtftf ^7^- SUN. STER BUNNY LEFT A " LOAD-OF HIDDEN f UN I MOM 'N POP fiRIN&^KIDDIE5 EGG HUNT StwtsAt 6:30 P.M. THE FOLLOWING PRIZES DONATED By FOSTER FURNITURE CO. A T.V. SWIVEL CHAIR PLUS STUFFED TOY POODLE PUPS - CLOWN PICTURES AND OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES ! REMEMBER CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS FREE THEN WATcinOVI FUN"! SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY M STEWART ERNIE Fun-filled adventurers! 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