The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1955
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LuVerne Rites Saturday For Mrs Johnson Funeral services for Mrs Ted Johnson, 43, LuVerne, were held there Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist Church. Rev. Robert Kessinger, pastor, and Rev. Robert Phillips, former pastor who now lives at Laurens, officiated. McCullough's Funeral Chapel of Aleona was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in LuVerne C'i inetery. Mrs Johnson died at Rochester at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Aug. 24. June Elizabeth, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Jesse Stoddard. was born June 27. 1912. She lived her en- tin- life at LuVerne, graduating in 1930 from LuVerne high :-r:)iiol. She married Theodoie Johns,.n May 30. 1936, and the couple farmed southwest of Lu- V'rne until 1952 when they mover 1 , to the present home a mile north of LuVerne. She was born v.ilh a rare heart ailment which ti'iilly made her an invalid six years ago. Consultation with doc- tors in regard to possible heart surgery had begun when she died in her room at the hospital. Mrs Johnson was a life-long member of the Methodist church and W.S.C.S. Survivors include her husband, her mother, Mrs Marie Stoddard. LuVerne, and four brothers and four sisters. They are Mrs Ralph Dimlcr and Mrs Bonnie Elli fritz, LuVerne; Mrs Jasper Vaughn, Corwith; Mrs Robe.r' WUson, Rutland; Cecil and Russell, Spokane. Wash.; Gail, Omaha, Neb.; and tJoyd, Fort Dodge. An infant son, a brother and her father preceded her in death. Pallbearers were Henry Marr, James Slahl, Albert Renniger, Monte Toohcy, Charles and Luther Nygaard. Honor Retiring Carrier Ledyard—Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended a Kossuth Rural Letter Carriers meeting and Pot Luck supper at LuVerne last Tuesday evening. The affair was also honoring the Lou Ileiffners of Tilonka who are retiring. They were given a gift of money from the group. A nice program %vas enjoyed. North America is largest continent, with Africa ranking first the third Asia and and second Special Back - To School Matinee! 2 P. M. SATURDAY Free Comic Books and Candy Thursdaythm Saturday •fte Boys Best friend if THEIR MUMMY...« when they slips' in the crypt of MEET Muimnif MARIE WINDSOR • MICHAEL ANSARA Directed by CHARTS LAMONT-Screenplay by JOHN GRANT Produced by HOWARD CHRISTIE Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch George Johnson, Charles Clark, Ray Fitch and Hazel Schmidt visited Wednesday afternoon at the Victor Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Lewis Lnrsen and Nancy called at the Glen Larsen home Sunday morning. They just returned from a trip through Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois. Stanley Hanson accompanied thi.-m on the trip. Mr and Mrs Larson purchased a new two-tone Chevrolet just before leaving on their tour. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch had dinner and visited Sunday at Ray's sister, Mrs Dolph Raney of Algona. Mrs Raney called the Roy Fitch's of Park Rapids, Minn. Sunday afternoon. Roy has been in the hospital for an operation and is not very good at thi;- time. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family attended a family gathering Sunday at the Paul plscn home in Burt in honor of a sister and family, the George Harms of Red Field, S. D. Other guests of the afternoon were Donald Marlow and Virginia of Lone Rock: Mr and Mrs Donald Marlow Jr. and Debbie of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow and family of LuVerne; Mr and Mis Larry Holding and family. Mr and Mrs Erirk Seegebarth of Lone Rock and Mrs Clara Marlow. Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and rPnv spent Saturday evening a» the Jay Steven home- hi-lpini; Mrs Jay Steven celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Bob Skilling of Jrvnmt-in and Mr and Mis For- bvis Stilt/ an-.l buys of L:ver;r.nre .•;un' Sunday evening visiting at !»!•• Ray FiUv, h",'r,e. Mr aivi Mrs Jim Steven and boys wei :• Sunday dinner gut. ; t? at ihc home o{ M: - Stevens par- I'n's. M; 1 ;mu Mr.- Ben Lamp 1 .-. Tiie Four Corner Social Club <•! Portland will meet Tuesday afternoon Sept. (>, at the home of Mrs Jim Steven' with Mrs Bernard Phelps. assistant hostess. M»w Skow A baby girl was born Saturday, Aug. 27, to Mr and Mrs Joe Skow at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They now have a family of two sons and five daughters. Mrs Harold Marti nek eritefed St. Ann hospital, Algona, Friday, for medical care. Rita Eggleston of Webb is spending this week at the home of her aunt. Mrs Charles Nygaard and family. Mr and Mrs Bob Schumacher and family of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich were Sunday dinner guests at Lawrence Smiths. Three small daughters and one small son of Mr and Mrs Gregory Augustine of Bancroft, spent the past week at the home of their grandmother, Mrs Justine Becker and family. The Augustines were on a trip to South Dakota. Mrs Lawrence Smith accompanied her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Arthur Lowen- bery of Goodell to Graettingei Sunday where they attended the silver wedding anniversary of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Henry Thiel. Earl Goetz, son of Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz attended the State Fair in Des Moines over the weekend. Dinner guests at the Russell Swanson home Wednesday of last week were Mr and Mrs Paul Madsen, Mr and Mrs Merle Muhrn and Kevin of Brill and Mr and Mrs Leonard Mansen and family of Dundee. Mr and Mrs Carl Henderson of Burlington were weekend guests in the Otto Henderson home. The rneh are brothers. Mr and Mrs Richard Hammond left Wednesday for their horfte at Hammond, Ind. They had spent their several weeks vacation at her parental, Mrs Thekla Eisenbacher home. Mr and Mrs Mark Bode ot Omaha spent the weekend at thu parental, Herman Bode home. His sister. Marlene Bode, returned With them for a visit. Sunday evening guests in the Franklin Fox home were Mrs Fox' parents. Mr and Mrs Fred Baade of Titonka and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr ana Mrs Will Baade of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Frank Fox returned home Sunday evening from a week's trip at Puxico. Mo. They visited Mr Fox' mother ami other relatives. Mr and Mrs Russell Schauta ol Northwood moved lately into a Loebig apartment from Northwood. Mrs Schaub will teach in the grades of the local public school and Mr Schaub will teach and coach in the Titonka public school. Mrs Helen Youngwirth accompanied her brother, John Steir of Whittemore and sisters, Mrs Ed Youngwirth and Mrs Dick Ferstl to Haverhill. Monday afternoon. Where on Tuesday morning they attended funeral services for their uncle, Frank Freese, 78. Mr and Mrs Robert Rockwood and Bill had as their weekend guests Mr Rockwood's sister and her husband. Mr and Mrs Garfield Gouge of Cedar Falls. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer J Ailend Wedding ! Mr ;,r.'i Mr.- Raymond Carlson. i Mr ,'.'i i Mi~ '.V.,i!;ice DonovMi. ! Mr :.ri'.i Mr-- Kr ink Johnson and i Mr and M:> Haivo; Flvim attend! cil !:i<- widd;ng arul reception o! ' th 'ii n.i.vr. Sharhne Jnrin>..>n. i driUKl'.'a-i of M;.- Kii'.i: John.-,,!. i ut britt and '.he iate Ehnvr J.'hn j -o'i. .md - AVesloy Beenken *of • Mas 'n City ,,t the Bethel Baptist ! ci.mvh i.'i Butt Friday evening. In Observance of THE ALGONA BANKS Mr and Mrs Andrew Rcislng and sons got home Saturday from several days vacation spent at Clam Falls, Wis. Baftns of marriage wcr« published for the first time 'Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Cheryll Meurer, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Donald Vogel of Aclaza. The> will be married here Saturday, Sept. 17. Mrs Martha W?st and Walter went to Meservcy Sunday where they joined Mr and Mrs Ben Matern and daughters for the day at Niagara Caves in Minnesota. Frank and Nell Frimml went to Fort Dodge, Sunday, to get Minnie Frimml who with hei sister, Mrs Lucy Brabec returned Thursday, Sept. 1, 1955 Algono (let.) Upper Dai Mflin«i- 5 that day from a visit with relatives in Marengo. Gregory Allison. 3 year old son of Mr nnd Mr.-- Norman Allison of Mason City was a guest hi .--I week of his grandparents. Mr and Mrs George Sheridan. His parents came for him Sunday. Mrs'I. Gerdes accompanied Mr and Mrs Bill Frit?, of Titonka 1" Truro. Iowa, Thursday wheix they attended funeral services of a relative. Mr and Mrs Edgar Sciireck of Quincy, 111. and her sister. Eileen Hirner of Palmyra. Mo. spent Wednesday at the George Hirner home. They also visited the S. A. Hirner family in St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs Myrwin Dimond uti'j family returned home Tuesday of hist week from several day- visit at Grand Rapids, Minn. Mi and Mrs Clair Robinson re- luriv.'d home Saturday from Des Moines, \vhere they spent several 'Jays. The Rirhard Anderson family moved I his week from 'he Martin Hamilton house, west of the poultry station, tn n Lnobig apartment above tb: 1 Drug Store. Mr AnclfTson is employed in Al- Bii! Koppen accompanied Bob Kirkpatiick of Omaha on-n fish- in; trip to Canada. They left Tuesday morning. SPECIAL TREAT F6r Your Labor Day Holiday Entertainment SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY The One That Is Being ''Talked About" Coast-To-Coast DAILY MATINEES! ADMISSION This Engagement Only CHILDREN-20c JUNIORS-60c ADULTS-75c . Bargain Matinees On Monday and Tuesday WILL BE ^ Auxiliary Pur'y The A:::-.: .can LL._;<>n Au\:!;;r. v wi!! h-.'ki i'..- oi-.nuni mi-::ibc: - .-hip piir'.;, 'i'hui.-J.iy '.•veiling. Si pt. 1. i » i Moving Away ! T) , Don P..•,•.•(••:•> family m-.ved i i;,- 1 \v, ek t-i Wi^'.-tcr C:ty. tre • I.;:*. r,n Fiillor. :novcd to Mu:r.- i h ;u.:i ::.. J. i.n Sheppard fam- ! liv !:i"VOri ! • Sp. V.';».- l i. j Tiu D.-v. ey Wil-on f.-uriily mov- CMI fr '!i; T'"Cii::',n'i;i.- to l:i":r hou>e vacs'.jd by the Sheppard family. : Teachers Depart M.i:f;;ire! Flom left hi>! week ]{••:• F,.;t Podye wht-if <!;c will : :!.^,;i:', te;i./:i ct'mrm-reiul subjvets i .:i .1 pubi'.e so!'i.'"l ; M-- IV. v u'i; 'Ail! be^m ! hi :• !i aching ot Juni.,r !.:.u;; So' r:.ii Studio- and Engli.-:i in Eai 1- M.rn .;•, Sept. ,i. : Xanrv Dou^han is traehinii • 3rd .marie .it Rui'. U.I- year. ! Miiiie O.-ternchcr :s teacliinij '.h'd uiade nt Ruthveii. CLOSED Monday, Sept. 5th Iowa State Bank Security State Bank Members of F.D.I.C. DRIVE IN A WHOLE TOWN WRECKED AND RAVAGED AS RENEGADES RUN RIOT! PHIL CAREY GENE MARTHA WILLIAM E VANS -HYER BISHOP i To Wed In Calif. '. M.iiv LIT Erdman. "Icier dau- | .uhu: of Mr and Mrs Alh'.d E:cl- ' n;;-.n. will he i-onu' tin- bi uie n! Till; Ssi! Hubert BONK :r.,in o| t:.c U. S An Fori-i- SdHmLi.v. Sept. ;,! ii.o McCelkiu A.r Force luipei ill McCelhm, Ciilll. NOW PLAYING! THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY William Holden - Eleanor Parker Dane Clark - Andy Devine • MM- piool t Puil- prooi • Weathei proof - k . y, .. V«, f i ',•»?,( >/// ' j , JtX vy ^- "M > X%7 ^ .. • ^ ' »• ?•//,/ // /> ft'Y Bride of Oct. 1 . \'ineent Doushiiii will become 1'iiiie o! Pni! yialhird oi West HIT, I on Saturday, Oct. 1. A Food Shower The Si-ti rs of St. J.i.-eph's par• •ehiil -ei;oo! weie very yeneio:is- ly si: >wt-ri--.i \vitn l..ud and KIM- eerie.- Wecint'sday evi'nmg. Au.;. U-i b\ women oi the parish. A hiek lunch was served. The Me>d. .me.s Ann Ru'ht.-ineier. T:lln- Mat/, Pauline Ptettei, i.ira Bauer ami M.nme Frimml \M n> on the kitchen committee. Me.-dmiK'.., Mane Bleieh. Helen uison. D-M'uthy M a r t i n e k, i.ucilie Kirkpatrii-k and Matilda I.i i-bi^ were on the entertainment ei>mm;Hoe. U-D-M Classiiieds Pay Dividend Watch for THE GREEN-AND-COLD BJUSTROM FURNITURE VAN1 in "ESCAPE FROM FORT BRAVO" in "THUNDER PASS" SUNDAY - MONDAY Two Top Bracket Exciting Movies! Houston m l G UI. ^ AMBLtH I ROM NAKHLZ «.. d te FACET *V ! ,, ^^-THQtWSWMR :/\ ll .. HENdY 1|\'IH iter. " ., k* IGERAID (WArjON ADAMS -. IRViNG WALLACE CHARLES K. FELDMAN Gioup Productions presents the '.eci by BILLY WILDER ' *! HI ^^^ CINEMASCOPE COLOR by DELUXE EVELYN KEYES SONNY TUFTS ROBERT STRAUSS OSCAR HOMOLKA MARGUERITE CHAPMAN VICTOR MOORE ROXANNE Screen Puy by BILLY WILDER « PICK ! DEB9IE POWfttiRiYNOtPS 2 COLOR CARTOONS Coming Next Week ! It's The One and Only WALT DISNEY'S 'DAVY CROCKETT' In Two-Day Regular Engagement WEDS. & THURS. September 7 & & KING OF THE WILD FRONTIER Special School Matinee WEDS. SEPT. 7 - 4:00 P.M. Admission-

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