The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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16 On Faculty At LuVerne; School To Open August 29 ATO New Building Nearly Ready For Fall Term LuVerne Con- opens Monday. America's Fastest Drivers in Thrilling Aufo Races, Every Day Except Aug. 30 and Sept. 3i Other Features are: • Big Cattle, Horse, Swine; Sheep and Poultry Shows, • 80-Acre Farm Machinery & Farm Appliance Show, • Spectacular Night Show; Climaxed by Fireworks. • Thrill Shows— Nife, Aug. 27; Days, Aug. 30 and Sept. 3. • State Championship FFA & 4-H Club Contests. • Agriculture, Horticulture & Home Activities Shows. • Royal American Shows on World's Biggest Midway. • Score of Famed Northwest Bands and Orchestras. • Dairy, Honey, Fine Arts; School and State Exhibits. • Nite Horse Show, Aug. 28 thru Sept. 2, and Sept. 4; Matinees, Sept. 2, 4 & 5. "-™ Mrs Jill: LuVerne— Tin solidated School Aim. 29. High school faculty, B. E. Maitin, superintendent: Mrs Claiie Champine. Principal and Mathematics: Claire Champinc, Science: William Liltlejohn, Commercial: Mrs William Littlejohn, music: Eleanor Peterson, home economics: Bryce A. Wickelt. Coach and Industrial Arts; Thomas Me Laugh 1 in, English. Grade school faculty. Clement (Margaret) Stripling, tirade: Mrs Glenniss Harper, Miss Janice Kichlers. (itii Mrs Catherine Schade. 51 h Mrs Eleanor Enstaee. 4th. Miss Rosemary Arndorfer. 3rd grade: Miss Yvonne Arbogast, second grade; and Miss Esther Merkle. first grade. School staff: Miss Beth Toohcy, secretary, .LuVerne; Robert Bigings, custodian. Mrs Laurfi Meyei and Mrs Jessie Stripling, cooks; Jack Rons. William Prior .Carl Groh and Dean Bowman, bu? drivers. The new building is nearly completed lor school opening. Work of remodeling in old .building i* in progress and hoped to be near completed for fall opening. grade grade grade grade Falally Injured Mrs William Moeding accompanied her parents, Mr and Mis j A. T. Skow of Humboldt to Westbrook, Minn.. Monday where they attended the funeral of their cousin and nephew, F.mi! Christensen. Mr Christensen was killed in an accident. Visit In Minnesota Mrs Jessie Stripling, dau ;ht:".-. Sandra and son Michael, to Grand Meadow, Minn., for a few tfOrder retervcd grandstand Jihoric thow llckelf by moil— Tj $1.50 and $2.00, including fax TT * MINNESOTA STATE FAIR * *ATU*O»V LABOR PAY -Sept. 5 cl.iys vi.-it in daughter and the home of their sister, Mr and Mrs We've Got 'Em! Aufo-Lite Spark Plugs Ignition Engineered "See our large ad on Page 7 of the FARM & HOME SECTION" PERCIVAL MOTORS DRIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Alan Ladd (in color) "HELL BELOW ZERO" plus CLIFTON WEBB in "BELVEDERE RINGS THE BELL" A Triple AAA Topnotch Program! SUNDAY and MONDAY WOMAN OF FIRE... in a land aflame! UIN AND tfOOKiN By The •.. OghCofThe SilveryMoon r$ .> /!( BARBARA STANWYCK RONALD REAGAN CATTLE^. QUEEN* i GRAY ROBERT OBffltN .„ iRVIflC £LINSOH 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, August 18, 1955 Jack Kassel and child', en. On California Trip Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgarlner. her brother, Edward Gramenz, their Siin-in-law and daughter. Mr* and Mrs Wayne Sanford and dau.nhliT, Connie left Saturrlav to visit Mr and Mrs Howard Beck in Menlo, Calif., sister uf Mr.- Haumgartner and Mr Gramenz and other relatives near. The Wayne Sanford family will visit his brother. Robert Sanford and family at Palmdale, Calif. Visiting New Mexico Mrs Dean Bowman left by bus Sunday morning from Fort Dodge for a month visit with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mr? Jerry Miller and son, Stephen, stationed in the Air Force at Alamorgclo, N. M. Mr and Mrs Klmer Kubly and sons wore Sunday guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Estel Brown ,md family in Waterloo. Enroute home they visited in the George Letlow home in Alden. Mrs Kubly and Mrs Letlow were room- males when in college at I own State Teachers' College, Ceds; Fails. Mr and Mrs Bert Thomas, sorts Gary, Mr and Mrs Donald Tlm- mas, children. Barbara. Randy and Becky and grandson. Dary, Six attended a reunion of the family ol Mrs Bert Thomas in 1;.'.' park at Stratford Iowa Sund.iv. Mrs Frank Whileley. sons. Billy and Terry of Ankeny came Monday to visit for a week ir. the home of her parents. Mr :>iui Mis William MoedJng. Mr Wnitvley is coach at Ankeny. Mr and Mrs George SeKm:!/,(• r and children attended a lamily gathering uf his ''elii'lvo.- 1 ;,! Ihe home of a niece in Somers. Sun- 'day. Ronald Martin went to .Si-irm Lake Monday to make anange- menls for enrollment in Ikicn,; Vist.i College this fall. Joyce Phillips and Gloria Harmon employed in Des Moines spent the weekend with then, parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips. Mr and Mrs Fay Harmon and family. Mr and Mrs Harold Meyer and children of Swea City visited in the parental, Mr and Mrs C. O. Me Clelkm home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty, son Norman, and Eleanor Sch- widder spent the weekend in Cedar Falls with her parents, thf? Rev. and Mrs A. S. Beckman. Mr and Mrs Raymond Johnson rind children of Algona visited Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Hanselman. Sr. Mrs Johnson and children remained as they wait for the completion of their newlv COMING TO THE NEXT WEEK! Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. August 23-24-25 The pretty teacher! The kid with the switchblade knife! It's dynamite! built home. Mr William Ristau and Mrs Charles Hanselnian Sr. visited Saturday with their sister, Mrs Elsie Stoussy, medical patient In Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Meredith Engel, employed in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Engel. Mr and Mrs James Neville, daughter Diane, of Ames were weekend visitors in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Uimler. Mrs Birdie Traylnr of Waterloo and children were guestr, Tuesday in the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Kiley. Mrs Traylor is a sister of Mr Riley. Mr and Mrs Henry' Marly spent Saltirciiiy at Lake Okoboji with their son and brother, Mr and Mrs Wayne Marty. Wayiifi Marty recently discharged from service, attended the summer extension course of University of Iowa at Okoboji. He will teach Mathematics at Greene this fall. Mrs Albert Schneider, son, Merlin, daughter Janelle, spent the weekend in Slater at the home of her sister. Mr and Mrs Aksel Nielsen and ilioir daughter, Mrs Waller Enge! attended the funeral services in Burt Saturday afternoon lor Mrs Henry Dacken. Visitors Monday in the home of Mr and Mrs William Klawitter were her cousins, Mr and Mrs William Stein, daughter Norma. of Lemont. 111.; her sister. Mr and Mrs W. C. Nahnsen. daughter Myra. Churdan and their uncle. William Schroeder ol r'arnhamvillc. Mr and Mrs George Furstennu. and daughters of Geneseo. 111. came Siinclay to visit in the parental. Mr and Mrs Charles Hanselman Sr. home. Miss Barbara Furstenau is on vacation from Washington, D. C. whoic she.' has government employment. Mrs Edwin Marty, daughters, Janice and Ruth Ann. accompanied by Mrs Albert Schindler. Juda, Wis., sister of Mr Marty, returned from a two week's vacation trip east. Mr and Mrs Dick Johnson of Omaha visited over Sunday in the parental home of Mr and Mrs George Johnson. They were i: ill- ed home by the sudden illness of Mrs Thomas McLaughlin of Joyce, mother of Mrs Dick Johnson. •;<• The McLaughlin family are moving to'make their horn'.' in LuVerne as Mr Me Laugh!in will be the English teacher in the LuVerne school. Mr and Mrs George Wolf, accompanied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs C'.in Randall of Mason City visited i:i Minneapolis Sunday. Visitors Sunday in the Ivim'.'S of Wilson Legler and son W. Ra> • moncl Legler, were their niets and cousin. Mrs Clayton Stuner. Mr Stoner and sons, David anci Stanley of Fort Dodge. Mrs Stoner is the former Norma Legler, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Legler, Ft. Dodge, formerly of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs William Marty, sons. Kenneth and Melvin, ne- pliew and cousin, Carroll Marty, \vc,e in Cedar Falls, Sunday attending the Sunday services oi (he family week of the Evangelical United Brethren Church held in Rivcrview Park the past I watermelon, as well as rides for the children, and other attractions. It is hoped that a large number of farm families will avail themselves of the invitation to spend the afternoon and evening of Aug. 24 fn Swea City. President of the Commercial club is Leonard Rippclquisl. vice president is A. B. Tweeten. Wayne Christensen is secretary and W. E. Carlson is treasurer. Watermelon At Swea City Is Free, Aug. 24 R'vea City— Free watermelon will be served to every Swea City visitor on Fanners' Watermelon l>v. Aug. 24. The club has planned the affair as a gondwill gestttre toward the farmers of this trade area, and plans in.-hide plenty of well-chilled Jack Emerson, sophomore student at Whittier college, Whittier. Calif., has been elected secretary of the Squires, sophomore men's honorary service committee, for the coining year at Whitlier college. Emerson, son of Milo Emerson of Swea City, plans to major in business administration, lie was president of the Swea City high school student body prior to his graduation in 194;!, and is a veteran of the Korean war. Mrs Curtis Klugcr has been installed treasurer of the Kossuth County American Legion Auxiliary at a recent meeting. Esther Charlotte Smith returned home Sunday from a trip with Charles City and Waterloo friends which took them to Mont- STOCK CAR RACES Aug. 30 and 31 Harness races, running races, Mo matchless afternoons. Om fait entries; big pur>e>; lamuus stables. State championship m<-.<!if;c,| stock car sprints, Aim. 27, afnTiinon. li*) mile marathon, Sept. 4, nile, Afternoons — tut. 28-21 Nites — Sept. 2-5 Roaring, careening, rpc starring GENE AUTRY BiRKMt in midwest. America's lop cowboys in bronc riding, bulldoRginR, calf roping, Brahma bull mi- injj, everythint'. Big purses. Afternoons, Sept. 2-3-4-5; Nite, Sept. 3. Thun., Stpt. 1 Rocketing, crashine, sma-,hinR daredevils in an en- lire afternoon of hair raising slums. MUSICAL REVUE Kites, Auj. 17 thru Sept. 1, Mammoth 3 hour i-jctravagan.-* with stars of itaj;e and TV, Broadway chorus, music and fun as >ou liU it. CIRCUS SHOW OF SHOWS Stars of daily. 2 continents, twice v«** - National slntk sho«; 4-H. FFA cxpo#. : :irn; women's fiposilion, fruit jnJ flutter shu»; azri- cultural fair; 40 acres farm macrm.iT); fiOi and pamc; horse shmv-;; hall of science; rniJe long intJuay; scores of contests. ORDER RESERVED SEATS NOW Granditond. $1 and $1.50; Bo. Seat*. $2. Send coih br mon*y order to Trraiurcr. State Fair Board. oOei Mo'inei. ALGONA THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY IT'S A HIT! Here's that "Cant Miss" Show For All the Family! Take 'Em To The Show At The DRIVE-IN! Sldrrmg GLENN FORD ANNE FRANCIS LOUIS CALHERN »,«. MARGARtT HAYES AN M G M the FIRST cartoon feature in Plus Disney's Novelty Featurette "SWITZERLAND" ' real and Quebec, Canada, Boston, the Green Mountains, the Finget Lakes, area, Niagara Falls, and other eastern points. The travelers sweltered in 96 degree heal in Boston and the .next night they shivered under blankets in 44 degree temperatures in southern Vermont. Mrs Hugo Fagerlund is a patient at Lutheran hospital in Forl Dodge suffering from an acute- intestinal infection. As of Sunday. her condition was serious. with her children, Wayne of New Mexico; Chester of Springfield, Mo., Vivian of Marshalltown, and Gene of Swea City having been called to her bedside. Mrs Fagerlund was taken ill last week. Circle 4 of Immanucl Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Friday, Aug 19, at the home of Mrs Morris Johnson with Mrs Lawrence Hantelman as assisting hostess. Mrs OIc Kvamsdalc has returned home after spending a week in Holy Family hospital, E?lher- ville. suffering from an allergic IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRI., AUG. 19ih Leo and His Pioneers ~ SAT.," AUG. 20lh JULES HERMAN And Hs Orchestra reaction. Mrs- Roy Burgcson has been brought home from a Texas clinic- where she had gone last week for treatment. George Butlerfield has returned home from Holy Family hospital in Estherville where he had been a patient for two days undergoing a check-up and treatment for a blood-clot in one leg. U-D-M Classifieds Pay Dividend GEO. RANK _ And His Chicago Orch. _ ~ WED., AUG. 24th Teenage Dance THURS., AUG. 25ih TONY PASTOR And His Fine Orchestra Adm. 1.46 plus lax tot. 1.65 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOftE, IOWA Friday, Aug. 19 JERRY DOSTAL Sunday, Aug. 21 LEEBARRON Friday, Aug. 26 SPIKE HASKELL Sunday, Aug. 28 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Sept. 2 KENNY HOFER No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 SUNDAY — MONDAY THUNDER IN THE SADDLE... GREASED LIGHTNING WITH HIS GUNS...there never rode a man to match him! THE STRANGER The town gave him 12 hours to live! THE WILDCAT When $he couldn't outshoot a man—sha used other weapons) THE KILLER A kid who liked fo play...with lives) LEONARD GOLDSTEIN PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS PN HORSE BACK MIROSLAVA IN ANSa COtOR BY PATHE with • KEVIK M;CMTHY • JOHN MclNIlW • EMIU HIKER. NANCY UTES • JOHN CAKflADINC " Sd«f}li, l>, MIS U' WW ind KM tUIT* • SIJtl hi ICIKS t'UMU*. . 808IH UX.Kn«i V'.ir.M tt UCQUK lOUtNIXII • t.lili^ |M| Wl.ttd UliilS Plus Hilarious Comedy Hit! ITS NAUTI-GAL ITS NICE IT'S "YOU KNOW WHAT/' YOU KNOW It's a co TKHNKOLOR See-for-all! ... AKIMTAMIROFF-DONALD SINDEfT SARAH LAWSON • NAUNTON WAYNE A luilAN WIKTU Product,* * J Arta Rank Orjaoiat.on Piesen!i!, ofi . R e , e a; M thr. UMTtO ARTISTS

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