The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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9-Alftttfta (1e.) Upptr B*» Moin« Thursday, June SO, 1957 New Auxiliary Charter Thursday evening. June 13, the Algona branch of I.S.P.A.A. was installed into the Iowa State Policemen's Ass'h. Auxiliary after a supper at the Johnson House. Charter narfte given to the Algona branch is Algona Unit tfo. 89 of the I.S.P.A.A. Mrs Leo Allstot, Mason City, presented the charter. Other guests who accompanied Mrs AH- Mr Allstot, Mr and Mrs ftot were b. Walsh Wilson. and Mr and Mrs G. If ITS KfiWS WE WAWt Hired At Burt A Wesley girl, Carol Goet?.. daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz. has signed a contract to teach third grade at Britt this fail., Miss Guetz graduated June 6 from I.S.T.C., Cedar Falls. Plum Creek 4-M The Plum Creek 4-H club tmir was held recently. Members started at Clifford Benschoter's place at 8:30. then went to the park for a picnic d.mner. IWHIIIIIWinM^ "How I Remember Those Old Cold Remedies' "When 1 was a little girl, Mother used to sleep us in hot mustard foot baths, tie us up in warm flannel, and give us her own "pet remedies," "How much more simple it is today to chectt A cold before it even star is!" Yes, madam, we agree , . . the "world of medicine" has made tremendous strides ahead for the health and welfare of people. Your doctor's prescription, for instance, carefully and accurately compounded as at Thuente Pharmacy, is a major factor in preserving the family's well-being. THUENTE PHARMACY Phone CY 4-2528 , , OUR BUSINESS IS PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH Miss Ostermann Is Recent Tilonka Bride * Tilcnka — Shirley Joan Ostcr- rnnnn. daughter nf Mr and IUiv, John Ostrrniann. Jr., nnd Diuine Buy ken. son of Mr and Mif Henry Boyken, were married Sunday, June 2, at 7 p.m. ;i! Immnnuel Lutheran Church nrK Titnnka. Rev. Wm. Diets officiated at the double rim; rero- niony in the presence of relative-and friends. David K. Blanchar. professor of music at Waldorf Collrijc, Forest City, played prior to the wedding and provided the musical setting 'during the cere mony. He also accompanied Alice Arrahood, Minonk, III., as she sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a floor length gown of white imported chantilly Ian; and nylon tulle over satin f.-u-ih- ioned with a fitted bodice, short .sleeves and Queen Anne collar. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a tiara of pearls aiv.l lace. Her jewelry was pearl earrings, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a cascade bouquet, featuring a white orchid .surrounded by stephanotis. Minyuu, DCS Moines, served as maid of honor and Louise Boyken, sister of the bridegroom, served as bridesmaid. Roger Boyken. brother of the bridegroom, served as best man and Robert Oslermann, brother of the bride, served as groomsman, Elmer Boykun, cousin of the bridegroom, and Donald Osler- mann, cousin of the bride, served as ushers. Immediately following t h e ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors for 150 guests. The bridal table was centered with a three tiered wedding cake decorated with pink sweetheart rosebuds. A buffet luncheon was served with Helen Boyken cutting and serving the wedding cake and Mrs Martha Kilian of Minneapolis pouring. Mrs Fred Schmidt served as dining room r?«. Waitresses were Berniece Pnst, Fern Boyken, Janice Boyken. Doris Hipp and JoAnne Becgs. Mrs Leroy Beenken of Fo: t Dodge was in charge of tin tiui'.=t book and Mrs Merlin .Bins- 'iV'-n Bonne and Mrs Don il-J Johnson wr:re in charge of gift* The biid<> is a graduate ol'i Center high school and Iowa Lutheran hospital Schorl i ! >iu:s;t:i:, Des Moines and ha- ix't-n < riployrd at. Miami hospital. .Mi.T.!. Ari;'. The bridegroom i a tjv.m^U' df Titonka high schnoi and served two years in tin armrd siTvir-f 1 ?.. Following a \vv ldin;< trip to the west the couple will !)<• at home in whore the bridegroom is <• n ployed. The bride will be t m- plnyeri by the Bolmond Comam nity Hospital. Auxiliary Unit Gf St. Ann Barnes Officers St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary me; recently at the hospital and I he following officers were installed by Mr.; L. E. Linnan: President, Mrs Don Hemmin".son; vice presidents, Mrs Rilp!< Baucf, Whittrmoro; Mrs O-i• i: Metoalf; and Mrs Don recording secretary, K o 1 p: correspond i n a Mrs Gone Faulstich; .surer, Mrs Al A.yena. Directors arc Mrs William Barry, Jr.;-Mrs Dick Burt; Mr* W. F. Ham.street, Burt; and Mrs L. E. Linnan. Trig Days, conducted by. the Auxiliary during National Hospital Week, met with ' jjencrous response. The total aniount collected in Al^ona and' town.-. throughout the county w as $487.02. The money will be used to build up a ^nurse's scholarship Mrs Ji;r, secretary. and trea- The Dancer In "The Wayward Bus," Twentieth Century - Fox's Cinema- Scope drama coming Sunday to ihe Algona Theatre, Jayne Mansfield, above, plays two roles. On» is in still photos shown in a "Naked Truth" magazine that plays an important part in John Steinbeck's plot and the other as a passenger on the bus. In both she shows off her curves to advantage. that the Auxiliary plans to give every three years. The service cart and sewing will continue during the summer months. There will be no monthly meetings of the Auxiliary during July and August. Volunteer service certificates oi 50 hours or more were given to the following: Mrs W. F. Hamstreet, Mrs H. W. Erickson, Mrs Don Pritskhorn, Mrs Robert Bickert, Mrs Jack Chijischilles, Mrs Lowell Lcnz, Mrs E. Gilmore could wreck your crop; • • • * • • • • • • • • • • * • • 9 WMV.WAWSSTZTTr ON YOUR CROP t Ml. f|n he r<?du««d to a t 8QHANNON INSURANCE now Ctwi, Bf JAFJ-^ «nd you won't Q*M«!flht Ml. f|n fo IS IN FORCE WITH US THE MINUTE YOU SIGN THE APPLICATION THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY l&fOTEED THRJUe/ The incredible but true story of the real WYATTEARP;.. JOEL McCREA in "WICHITA" Vera Miles and Lloyd Bridg If you don't really enjoy youv money ciieer- c ully refunded! Dick Phillips Manager DAILY MATINEES AT 2 P.M. THRU SATURDAY r<?du««d to a to»al loss - PY HAIL! Don't take a chance and the minute you sign application you be sorry ! , INSURANCE SERVICE PHONi CY 4^4443 ;^4fW»S^v' W * 'a «&^$yWK? ' ' TAIBOTT JOHN SMITH., GEORGE DUNil »•"> M "' •*>&• ">'.-:, •a . M«( t, arnno CHUM - COMING NEXT TUESDAY JAMES STEWART AS UiARlES IINOBERCH THE SPIRIT OF ST. IOUIS" and Mrs Luke Linnan. At this meeting the Auxiliary Board voted to purchase a patient lift which was recommended by the Hospital Administrator, Sister Mary Etheldreda, R.S.M. Miss Thompson June 7 Bride AtTitonka fitonka — Violet Thompson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dorn Thompson, of Forest City, and Laurence Loeschen, son of Mr nnd Mrs Albert Loeschen of Woden, were married at 1m- manuel Lutheran church. June 7. Rev. Owen Gangstead read the double ring ceremony at 8 p.m Music was provided by Ronald Klipping, vocalist, and Murial Dokken, organist. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore an imported silk taffeta gown with floral medallions fashioned with chapel train, short sleeves with mitts. Her finger tip veil was attached to a headress of illusion lace trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. She carried sweetheart roses on a white Bible. Mrs Richard Smlts of Strawberry Point was matron of honor and Carmen Stmcte and MaryJane Nessa were bridesmaids. Debra Sue and Doris Ann Thompson, twin sisters of the bride, were flower girls. Neal Loeschen, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Keith Thompson, brother of the bride, and Frank Ullmann were groomsmen. Ushers were Bob Brackey and Alvin Holtorf. The reception was held in the church parlors with Mrs Floyd Oswald as dining room hostess. Mrs Herman Ver Hoef and Mrs Milton Miller cut and served the cake which was a gift of the bride's grandmother, Mrs Ma/j Johnson. Mrs La Verne Larson and Mrs John Ufkus poured. Assisting with the serving were Sharon Larson, Priscilla Thompson and Barbara Eide. Mrs Gerald. Boman and Frances Carlson arranged the gifts and Mrs Adrion Anderson registered the guests. The bride was graduated frcnr Forest City high school and Waldorf College. The bridegroom was graduated from the Titonka high school and served two years with the army. He is presently farming near Titonka where they will make their home following a short wedding trip to Colorado. Church parlors with 125 guests signing the guest book which was in charge of Mrs John D. Johnson. CANDIDATE Sam "King" Cole has announced his candidacy fof the Hobo Crown at Britt's famous annual Hobo festival in August. The 67 year old candidate has already visited 15 states, publicizing the festival and his candidacy. A bridal shower honoring Marlene Stecker was held Friday evening at the Good Hope Lutheran DRIVE SUNDAY and MONDAY Sunday at 10:15 The KING Plays The Hottest Game In The West with Four iQueens! CLARK ELEANOR QABLE • PARKER f** THEifCntO FTOORQW aadFOOR r-jUEENS Sunday at 8:50 and 11:40. NO ONE WITH A BADGE EVER RIDES BACK FROM UNIVERSAl-INlER'NATiONAl presents AUDIE MURPHY DANDURYEA SUSAN CABOT ABBE MAT No. 104 SATURDAY - 11:30 p.m, Big Midnite Rock'n Roll Horror Show rncc I RECORDS rKtt! . AND PHOTOS OF PAT BOONE Plus at Mldfniftt "THE BEASJT WITH A i; MILLION EYES" Its Got The Beat! On at 11:30 LIONEL HAMPTON and His Rhythm, . . . * • ' * HERB JEFFRIES • V • BERYL DAVIS * * * THE COMMANDERS ... FREE: P/Oj. BOONE PHOTOS AND RECORDS SUNDAY FOR 2 DAYS GLAMOROUS JAYNE MANSFIELD IN HER FIRST BIG DRAMATIC ROLE! torn gjpu. CfNTgiJ¥.>ox ttftrrmj IOAN COLLINS • JAYNE MANSFIELD -DAN DAILEY Kltr\ jApQlN >... Betty Lou Keim Dolores Michaels-Larry Keating

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