The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1955 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1955
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2-Algond (td.) UrJpdf OSi'Mdlrfei TKuffetcTy, May 12, 1955 Kentucky )( Malsi6hu^|f$s, P*enn-1' .Thej first South American rail- sylVania an9! Virginia are 'com- -*vay wlis constructed in Chile in men-wealths. -'• - 11852, _ ji.y, • ; See' "The Stones Cry Out 1 ' You can pay a visit to the old walled city of Jerusalem, Petra, ancient Babylon or Tyre through •-> . ; 'Moody Institute of Science film, "THE STONES CRY OUT" To Be Shown at Regular Baptist Church PETRA TEMPLE Saturday, May 14 Starting at 7:30 P. M. — Public Welcome Seneca High School CLASS OF 1955 THURSDAY Thru SATURDAY RANDOLPH in 'an adventure that teems with excitement! Ten Wonted Men IcELYN BRANDO • RICHARD BOONE il>*teat« • ODNHA wmiiiit • /droNSo BJIBBM- > TECHNlCpLpR Suien Plir tri KINNHH Unit • « SCOTT-BROWN PIOOUCTlON • Pnfcnd b> HARRY JOE BROWN Directed by J«UOE HIJMBt«SIIll(£ • A COtUUBIA flcnW ^^ mum , (Russell Studio Photos) Top row, left to right — Alenora' Hoviek, Waunita Guerdet Carol Hurlburii . Second row — Phyllis Kaufmann. Larry Menz, Janice Simmons. Bottom row — Don Nielsen, Dorothy Madsen, Jerry Wilterg! • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer PLUS 2fiji HIT Info India'sfyrnace offuryrw/ejhe COLOR 8Y CO*! COSP Of AMDMW RICHARD EGAN DATDni " DAWN ADDAMS rAIKUL PATRIC KNOWLES »ilh RAYMOND BURR • PATRICK 0'MOORE • Directed by S«ynKW FriK Scrttn Play by Uck DeWnt • Story by Riehird Schiyer A Wafld films Pieienlition • Helmed Uuu Unilid Aitiiti Mrs Bessie Henley, who has spent the past four months in Compton, Calif., arrived Friday in the home of her sister Mrs L. H. Kleinpeter for an extended visit. Mrs Charles Mullin was hostess to her bridge club May 7. Genevieve Lawler of Minneapolis spent Saturday in the Vin- I [cent Doughan home. ' Library Board met May 7 to elect officers and list the volui>* teer librarians for the next quarter. Reelected to office were Opal Nygaard, president; Veva Lease, vice president; Hazel Sti^der, secretary; and Clara Erdman, treasurer. Twenty new books were added to the shelves. Mrs Errna Leek of Aurora, Ore. and her niece, Mrs Donald Nelson of West Union visited the former's brother Ray Smith and family Sunday while enroute to Lone Rock to visit a sister, Mrs Emil Pearson and family. Mrs Leek who has spent the past 6 weeks with relatives in Colorado, Wisconsin and Illinois will return next week to the Smith home for j an extended visit. Brownie Scouts met May 9 in Lc^K;r. H^!l for 2 lesson r>n h^nci- craft by leaders Nyla Newbrough and Shirley Bruns. -Mr and Mrs A. W. Overdorff and daughters returned Monday to their home in Jackson, Mich, following a week's visit with her parent?, Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb. Carl Johnson, a surgery patient at Park hospital, Mason City, for SUNDAY MONDAY WHEN THE TOMAHAWK STRIKES THE ACTION STARTS! ..-«RU fast- Shoofin' in a -Hostile CATTLE QUEEN of MONTANA BIA2ING- TECHNICOLOR w'.H.G£N£€VANS LANC€ fULLEE . AViNOO UFf BY LAFf / / the psst week, was brought home Saturday. Girls .Glee club and the Mixed chorus accompanied* by Bruce Cranston, Wayne Pringle and Bill Loebig went to Fenton Saturday, May 7 to enter Class D music contest; / Firemen were called out Saturday a.m.'to contpol a fire in'the- grove on the Mamie Bailey farng four miles west of Wesley on highway 18. Mr and Mrs Richard Madsen and two children Jackie and David of Storm Lake were Saturday supper guests in the home of her aunt Mrs L. L. Lease and'fam-" ily. -' "other's Day sci vices in the J^pttKfl3jst«huFch included^edgl Trmsrc *fid presentation of corsages to the oldest mother present Mis Julia Taft aged 73 anoV to the youngest mother, Mrs Will Halterman aged 23 years. Robert Henry Bruns, infant son of Mr and Mrs Dwight Bruns, was baptized by the Rev. F. A. Webb. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard, Julie, Melissa and Chris spent- Sunday afternoon with his mother Mrs Lizzie Nygaard of Liver, more and her parents, Mr and Mrs George Eggleston of Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Fred Thomas and family spent the Mothers Day weekend with relatives in Casey, Darlene- Lickteig, daughter 01 the Urban Lickteigs and a high school senior, had a tonsillectomy Friday in Osteopathic ciinic, Algona. Mrs Irene Studer, employed in Algona, and her granddaughter, Mary Lee Foth spent the weekend here. C. D. A. Circle 7 are serving breakfast at parish hall after both' masses Sunday, May 15. Mr and Mrs Norman Row2 moved last week from the Gayle Studer apartment to rooms in the Margaret Shro&dc-r home. Cheryll Meurer R. N. of Fort Doclge spent the weekend with her parents the J. T. Meurers. Mrs Maggie Hilbert and daughters Delores, Myrtle and Esther of Algona were Sunday guests in the John Hilaman home. A son was born Sunday, May 3 to Mr and Mr.; Larry Grandgenett at St. Ann hospital, Algona. This is a first child and the first grandchild for the Joe Goetzes and A. J. Grandgenetts, also the first great grandchild for the George Cinks. Howard t'unnemark, Joe Goc-tz and Louis Simpson spent May 8-11 in Chicago on a business mission. Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling aU tended the wedding of Sandra Wlritte to Robert Leper at Nevada on Saturday. Lawrence Smith suffered a heart attack on Thursday and was taken to Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt. His daughter, Mrs Joe Kelk-y and family of Gil- lett Grove Visited him over the weekend and were houseguests in the Smith home. ' ' Mr and Mrs P&ul fingeft and 2 daughters • Carrie and Nadfoie spent Sunday in Des Moines with Mrs-fingen's mother, Mrs Johanna Hansen and sister, Laura Han- serti; ^, -:" ' Mary Lee Erdman, daughter of the Alfred Erdmans who is employed as secretary at McOelland air 'force base,- Sacramento, Calif., spent April 27—May 8 in Victoria British Columbia atteriding an international convention' .of business and professional.women. Mr ad Mrs Tom l4elson' and twin sons of .Clear'Lake and Mr and Mrs Robert Munsbn and 3 children of Bradgate spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs Eunice ftelson. Dorothy Theresa Hildman born April 28 to Mr and Mrs John Hildman \yas baptised Sunddy in St. Joseph's church by Father L. N. Klein. Sponsors were' Eugene 1 Hildman and ftose Arend. Mrs FrankJIauptly was taken back to Lutlfcran. ihospilui, Fort uoage, Saturday tor lurther treat- 1 ment. Mothers Day guests in the L.- S. Koppen home were h,is mother, Mrs Elizabeth 'Koppen and' son • Frank, and Mr and Mrs Erwm" Witgen of Algona, Mr and Mrs, Ronald Schmidt' and family o'f Garni? 'and Mr arid Mrs Mike Rotfperi and Walter Terch of Al- . Sunday dinne£ guests in the Russell Swanson'home were Mr and Mrs Paul Madsen, Mr and Mrs Richerd-MadseTi land Mr'and Mrs, Merle Munm and Kevin all of Brift.[ , • ; , ' ' *,, * 'Mrs RusseTl Swanson attended a birthady party Tuesday, May 3, foK'Mrs Earl Shulsi at' the Shulz* home near Brltt. Mr and Mrs^Will Hrubes were hosts to their Sutz Us 500 Club Thursday, evening, Mr and- Mrs George Wellick of Britt were guests. Bruce Cranston won high honors and Mr Wellick low, Thin was the'last meeting of the season. I ' '. ',..'- ':'(._' Mr^ahd Mrs jMes Krbgmeier of; Fort' Madison spent', Monday, May 9, with His aunt, "Mrs R. C. Bafuer and family. Mr and Mrs'Ralph Bauer and 2 daughters of Whittemore were 'Friday. ?lipper"guest's of his parents the K. C. Bauers. JMtr and'Mrs Will Hrubes and fahiily were Sunday dinner guests of'his parents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes of Duncan. The Walter Pfeffersf and Will Hrubes and thfeir'families spent Sunday e-^en- ing in the parental* R; C. Bauer home.. Concert Ass'n Drive To Begin The Kkssuth Gotmty So nity Concert Association will hold its annual membership drive, May 16 to 21. ; ' ' Co-chairman ,df, the drive will be Pat Chris.cliilleS, Thelfna- Brower, Mary Bartlett and Bar•bara. Haggard., t Shirley Morek will supervise, the drive for Stud- derit Scholarships. Serving, as captains under the co-chairman will be 'Pat Honsbruch, Irene Hutchins, Helen Kelley. Helena Dddds, Vera Grd* ham, 'Thelma Hay*es, Harriett SchlicHtih'g, Ethel Loss, Ferol Lenz, Opal Bourne, Dattie Greenberg, Sue Carroll, Phyllis Burt* Claris Kresensky and Russelj Ouster. Out.of town captains are: Mrs R. -E. Weber, Bancroft; Mrs W G. Flaig, Lone Rock; Mrs Wilbur Schram, Titonka; and Mrs R. E. Newbrough, Wesley'.: ; Headquarters 'for the drive will be the Kent Motor Co. ' -The annual kickoff meeting IF,IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT TOUCH is nick. name for veteian 4-XO. Conies in handy can wi|h shaker top that j into spiral cottsWond. HafUStrqhorn Hardware MAY 13th BIOOD-CURDUN6 KOBgOR-THRILlEfK/ JOiNTOMf »J -I ^%&M^£lM8Z&tiMMw Hit Number 1 BELA LUGOSI "The Stack Gat" Hit Number 2 Thrills Galore "Mummy's Tomb" will' be held, Monday, May 16lh at 7:S(J "pjftu at the High School fnjthe Algoni Upper De8 Moines raabnes more families 1ft Kossuth iotinty than othe* publication. 14lh OBOH. SUNDAY,, MlAY ISlh. Early. mAft Dance Dancing 6 lo 10 p.m. l Adm.'i Befofs 7 — 506 fiPDIE -ALLEN OROH, WEDNESDAY, Teenage Dance JUL-ES MERMAN , And His Orchestra Parents Fre* i. • • Adm. — SOc THURSDAY Thru SATURDAY • "Out Of This, -;>i World Thrills! •' "if CAME FROM OUTER SPACE" Robert-: Hyatt ;; Rhonda Fleming In Tecfinicoldr SUNDAY 8t MONDAY FRANK RICHARD RUSTY ANITA MM CAOnAMBLYN LOUISE UNITED STATES PIC! •wmm HAYDEN EVE MILLER UATION! Give YOUR graduate the gift that is sentimental and practical, too —a Lane Cedar Chest. A Lane is the gift that gather* gifts—offer* moth-free storage for those precious belongings. Girl Graduate '" Special I con»ol« mcdd. Optni frCu) from —Aiding ihtU io»i(l«, Smnainc modern cbe« »iib dra»« in hue, taishcd in bio ad oak. ON! GAIMENT SAVtO MOTHS CAN PAY I9K A UNf I

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