The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
Page 16
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•BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash Mrs Hugh Young of v?>ited the weekend with her mother. Mrs Nelle Peters and with the Oliver Grahams. Mr and Mrs Gordon Baer ol DPS Moinrs visited the Melvir Johnsons recently. Mr pr.d Mrs R. L. Moore and Mrs Pr.ul Moore spent Memorial Day with Mr and Mrs Jack Gifford in LuVerne. They were SUppeT guests of Mr and Mr? Leonard Schmidt of Bode. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITtEMOBE, IOWA Sunday, June 9 JACK COLE Sunday, June 16 GUY DE LEO Friday, June 21 Western & Old Time FRANK BUHR Sunday, June 23 LYNN KERNS Friday, June 28 TEEN-AGE DANCE Don Deane Sunday, June 30 DON HOY No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 Sunday guests at the C. M. Gross home were Mr end Mrs Billy Gifford and Brian, Mr and Mrs Glenn Crouse. Stephen, Elaine and Janice, Mr and Mrs Don Gross, Mr and Mrs Art Leason and Darlene Gifford. Perry and Duane Gross were home from Chicago for the weekend. Emil Genz of Kankakee, 111. with his daughter, Mrs Donald Brown and two daughters of Joliet were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs B. E. Miller. Others at the Miller home were Mr and Mrs Hermnn Harms with Wilaminn. the Ron aid Millers, the Bernard Millers, the David Millers of Algona and the Harold Reimers family. Mr and Mrs Art Leason and Ferm Sewick of Algona spent from Monday till Wednesday with Harry Sewick at Ireton. Academy Fresh Girl Gets Poetry Award Sharon Schneider, freshmar student at St. Cecelia Academy has been named second plm-o winner in the State Portry Con test sponsored by the Catlv.'lii Daughters of America, according to word received by Mrs Henry Holland, grand regent of the St Cecelia Court. Sharon's poem entitled "The Snow," hns IXMT entered for judging in ihe n;> .onal contest. Goche-Hellman Nuptials Delaware, Vermont, Nevada and Wyoming each have only ' one representative in Congress At least ten countries use the eagle as the symbol of supremacy. Wl N! FREE Registration Daily At Our Oarage or Station Now Thru July 4th This Pony, Saddle, Bridle Will Be Given Away FREE To Some LUCKY PERSON At Our 2nd Annual 4th of July Celebration at Kossuth Fairgrounds. SCHULTZBROS. NEW & USED CARS Premium Gas for Less & Premiums/ Too I Mr and Mrs Arthur Hellman, recent newlyweds, are shown In the above photo. The new Mrs Hell man is the former Leona Goche daughter of Mr and Mrs Leq Gochi'. Titonka. and Mr Hellman is the son of Mr and Mrs Leo tollman of Bancroft: They were married May 14 in St. John's Catholic Church at Bancroft with Fr Schultes officiating. The bride attended St. John's school and the bridegroom returned recently from two vears in the service. They are living on a .farm southeast of Bancroft. (Nels Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) Titonka Cafe Sold Titonka Mr and Mrs Art Bartlett have sold their cafe in Dockstadcr has been a salesman for Swift and Co. and before that was agriculture teacher in Titonka. He has been a resident Titonka to Mr and Mrs R. E" for the past seven years and Dockstader. Immediate posses- tlu '' V arc tne parents of three sion was given on Saturday. Mr sons ' Just Hold Up A Minute There, Stranger "We're Keepin' This Ranch For Dad - And Now If You'll Pardon Me I'm Heading On Into Town On A Little Errand - FATHER'S DAY GIFTS Banns Published For 4 Couples At Bancroft Bancroft — Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's Church for Patrick Mulligan, son of Mr ;ir>d Mrs Frank Mulligan and Joan Sernett, Algona; Francis J. . Erpelding and Mildred Hellman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Florian Hellman; Patrick Sweeny of Fort Dodge and Diane Sandt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Sandt; and Eugene Yetmar and Marcel'!a Rolling, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Rolling. FELL Francis Kim of Blairstown escaped serious injury recently, when he slipped on a plank and fell 13 feet to a concrete floor. No bones were broken. Come out anytime! No extra charge for late show! SATURDAY- 12:00 P.M. Midnife Horror Rocf< 'n .Roll Free Records Plus Free Photographs of JAYNE MANSFIELD . It's a Chiller! "THE PHANTOM FROM 10,000 LEAGUES" Kent Taylor Cathy Downs RALPH MARTIERE and his orchestra with Edyie Gorme Steve Lawrence The Hi-Lo's * _ p| ys _ MELODIES BY MARTIN with Buddy Rich and The Happy Jesters * * get a FREE Autographed Photo of Jayne Mansfield at Snack Bar Saturday. Awards Given At St. Cecelia Last Friday St. Cecelin Academy closed the 1956-57 school year Friday morning, Mny 31, when report -Tfi-'s find awards were given to Vif students. Band letters were awarded to he following members of St. Cwlin's Band: Tony Johnson. Mndonnn GLsch, Richard Barry, Richard Robinson, Bill Higgins, Thercsc Bradley, Mary Jean Hood,. Margaret Goecke. Brian T.innan. Dnnny Glaser, Michael Bebo, Kenton Immerfall, Joan Mikus, Kathy Roth, and Allan Bode. Perfect attendance awards were merited by these students: Linda Bode, James Erpelding, Earl Hildman, Kathy Prothman, M.-irian Roth, Robert Lichter. Dean Dodds, Madonna Erpelding, Harold Esser. Jeanne Ann Fri- dpros, Judy Froehlich, Delores Klein, Richard Woodcock, Carol Flynn. Margaret Goecke, Bill Hipgin<5. Timothy Lirkteig, Edward Garman, Merlin Eischei'd, Ellen Siemer, Kenton Immerfall, Jerry Bode, Russell Bode, Jear, Mescher and Eileen Reilly. The American Legion Auxiliary of the Hagg-Turncr Unit No. 90 gave an award for the eighth grade student doing outstanding work in history. It was merited by Mary Bradley . Gretchen Zender, grade eight, received a certificale of merit and a check from Publications for Catholic Youth for outstanding original work in drawing. Awards for general helpfulness in the classrom and outside of school hours were merited by Karen Bradley and Philip Kinsey, respectively. Awards for outstanding work in Iowa history were merited by the following: Karen Bradley. Mary Bradley, Therese Bradley, Mary Helen Cogley, LaVange Crowley, Agnes Rose Elbert, Richard Elbert, 'Daniel Engesser, Donald Fandel, Carol Flynn, Patrick Frankl, Oscar Froehlich, Margaret Goecke, Vicki Hansen, Linda Hardgrove, Joseph Heinen, Bill Hjggins, Mary Jean Hood, Philip Kinsey, Judy Lichter, Timothy Lickteig, Sharon McEvoy, Gary Mergen, John Murphy, Susan Nitchals, Lloyd Schil- moeller, Darlene W e y d e r t, Gwenyth Williams, and Gretchen Zender. tftd» thtHtdat: Waif DUney's "ClNDtREUA" FRIDAY & SATURDAY HE MADE A NAME FOR HIMSELF AND EVERY WOMAN Nl MET THIS MAN THEY NOW CALL.,. PLUS COMPANION HIT Blazing Western Thrills "DESPERADOS IN TOWN" ROBERT ARTHUR - KATHY NOLAN DRIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY (on at 10:10 p.m.) GREGORY PECK "MOBYDICK" (on at 8:30 p.m.) JEFF RICHARDS "IT'S A DOG'S LIFE" The saying, "I don't give a rap," came from the fact that a "rap" was a small English coin. SUNDAY and MONDAY «MMMHM 2 (on at 10:15 p.m.) ALGONA Daily Matinees Every Day - 2 P.M. All Summer CONTINUOUS SUNDAYS FROM 1:00 P.M. TOP HITS (on at 8:35) TRAP RED IN THE KILLER-CAVERNS OF THE CARIBBEAN! ROSSANA PODHSTA WARNER BROS.«.«CNT SANTIAGO COM* •» WARNERCOL.OR ALMtTMl &LOYD HOLAN Read The Want Ads - It Pays! SUNDAY - MONDAY and TUESDAY SHAPELY SHOW-GIRL,| former sweetheart of news, paper man, doesn't give up easily! GREGORY! PECK fr. his is a world of guys and dolls! PUNCHY PAL, takes news. [paper man to hotel hideaway to safeguard him from mobsters) LAUREN BACALIj * t« hers is,a world of gowns and glamorl I>ESIQNING. ; WOMAN ~™ DOLORES GRAY 9 to GEORGE WfiUA AMficiato Prodi I VWCiMTfi MttlMiU<fclMriiiMl

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