The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 11
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.1 Around Algona Mrs Mable Lee entertained the Eight Specs card c'.ub on Wednesday, evening. Maurice McMahon of Minneapolis spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs S. E Mc- M,-ih on. _ 0— Mrs A. D. Lehman had as her guest, over the weekend, her daughter. Mrs Don West of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Allan Buchanan and children went to Atlantic 1 Saturday to spend the weekend with Mrs Buchanan's parents Mr and MLS Carl Wiuff. Kenneth Hargreaves of Omaha visited hen- last week with his parents, Mr aivl Mrs Harry Har- i'.rcuvfs and his sister and family the Kk-hard C<r>k<. Mr? Elmer Cook has been spending much of the lime for thc- past :.fV(T.;i week.s at a cottage on Lake Okoboji. M: Cook has bec-n joining her foi week'.-tul^. •—o— Chet Williams, Mr and Mrs Bob Williams and Marijane and Jack spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr atv.l Mrs William Wallace am! Miss Kafherme Willianis. Mr.- W;;llacr i.nd Mis.s Wilii.un< a, 1 '' .-^U-rs of Chet. fcelmaf Sherman returned Mon-, day to his home ih Omaha after spending two weeks here with his mother, Mrs Martha Sherman. "-^O " Mr and Mrs Dick Cowan spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji where they were guests of the Harold Cowans who have a cottage there. m rt __._„ Mr and Mrs A. 3. Ricklefs wefe visited Monday by Mrs Rieklefs parents, Mr and Mrs M. A. Bagge of Fonda. Mrs Ricklefs is recovering from an attack of Pleurisy suffered last week. —o— Mr and Mrs Richard Norton and daughters were in Mason City during the Labor Day weekend where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Dale Simons. The Simons are former Algonans. _—(")„ Mary Teeler will be honoree at a bridal shower Friday eve. at the Johnson House. Hostess are Mesdames Andy Johnson, Vern Teeter. Cliff Teeter, Perry Lowman, Gien Teeter and Franz Teeter. Miss Teeter, daughter of Mrs Edna Teeter, will be married Sr'pi. 25 to John Carlson of Buj-t. The wedding will take place in the Mi'th'.di: I Church. —o— Major and Mrs Homer Smith and DiXMin and Margaret of Kansas City. Mo. spent the Labor Day weekend with relatives here. Major Smith is the son of the late Syd Smith who grew up hei>. and lived in Spokane, Wash, many years before his death. He is a nephew of Mrs H. R. Cowan and Don Smith, Sr. On Sunday n lamily picnic was held in honor of the visitors. ALGONA*> SUNDAY and MONDAY ANOTHER BIG TWIN PROGRAM FOR THE FAMILY! The spectacular times ... the danger-blazed missions - of two guys from Annapolis- brothers in love with the same girl...fighting it out all the way to the China seas! ALLIED ARTISTS presents •tarring JOHN DIANA DEREK-LYNN «..,t.,n» 8 KEVIN MCCARTHY *!* ALW MOORE A WAITER MIRISCK PRODUCTION PLUS THIS COMPANION HIT wtkBEMGEDOLEW WHMHOYT-MYWUHAIISEH Carol Firtn wen! to Tipfon on Friday to be bridesmaid at the wedding on Sunday of Shirley Spear. The girls were roommates at Iowa State College at Ames a couple of years ago. —o—• Mrs Goldie Gudefian, Mrs Clara Pratt and Mr and Mrs Ha:\)ld Schumaker of Whitlemore spent Sunday at Clear Lake. They met Mrs Guderian's sister and family. Mr and Mrs Van Ness of Rockford for a picnic dinner. —o— Mrs Milton Dahl has returned from Fairmont, Minn, where she spent several days assisting in the care of her new grandson, David Milton Pratt, son of Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt. Other local callers on the Pratts over the weekend were Mrs Clara Pratt and the R. B. Waller family. —o— Mrs P. M. Hargreaves has returned to her home following four weeks as a patient at St. Ann hospital. She was also hospitalized at Mason City for two weeks. Mrs Livingston of Corwith is caring for her. Mrs Hargreaves was visited over the Labor Day weekend by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs E. \V. Anderson of Omaha. M? and Mrs W. P. Hemphill had as their weekend guests, Mrs Elizabeth Mangen, Mrs Dorothy McMahon and daughter, Nancy all of Minneapolis. Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have its first regular meeting of the Fall season next Tuesday evening, Sept. 13 at the .ionic of Mrs Don Sherman. Mrs Anita Thissen is president of the chapter. —o— The Executive Board of the Presbyterian Women's Organization is meeting this afternoon, (Thursday) at the church. The group is having a rummage sale Saturday in the Kohlhaas building across from the post office. t —o— Mrs Eva Mitiag and daughter, Sharon, left Sunday for San Diego, Cal. Sharon, who has been employed in Duluth, Minn, will remain in California and Mr? Mittag wilJ return after a two weeks vacation. Mrs Jerome Hardgrove was visited recently by Mrs Robert Johnson and two children of KJemme, Iowa. Mrs Hardgrove and Mrs Johnson were cla.-smatos at Simpson College at Indianola several vears at'u. Lightning Sets Barn Ablaze Livermore — Liehtning struck the chimney 01 me Livcrmore State Bank Saturday morning about six o'clock. It til so cracked a wTill in tlio bnnk hu'ldin.™. No estimate of the damage has been made at this time. Lightning also struck the barn on the Ray McCoy farm south of town at nine o'clock Saturday morning. The barn was full of hay. The slock that was in the Darn was saved, but the barn and THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Thrill Packed ! A Sure Shocker! "GANG BUSTERS" VAN HEFLIN ANNE BANCROFT "THE RAID" In Technicolor DRIVE IN SUNDAY and MONDAY THE GUNMAN WAS NO STRANGER- Starts Next TUESDAY (Special School Matinee Wednesday — 4 P.M.) DAHA ANDREWS DONNA REED Academy fUrd Wmnet 01 -from Here To Eternity* - AND COMING SOON ! (PLAYS FRI. - SAT. SEPT. 16-17) MARTIN & LEWIS IN THEIR LATEST RIOT "YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG" CLARK IN M-G-M's "NEVER LET ME GO" Aa U CM PICTURE RICHARD HAYDN COMING NEXT TUES. - WED. JANE WYMAN in "SO BIG II Thursday, Sept. 8, 1955 Algong (la.) Uppef the hay were destroyed. the Y W. C A. of the USA UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends was founded in 1888. ENDS THURSDAY: "Davy Crockett" Friday and Saturday TWO-FOR-ONE SCREAM SHOW! Monster attacks sea-coa*f city I f"-«Vi>Jr' )* f XV*/» JB \fJry<F' ...;.: ,. • . >w^ilv~-. «> . I Bin mBH_i_ fef&£<, , f / ,V . K^CfT*lJ^:;,f :*? . %^^-visi \, ^ l ; ^ ;: -v^™^^^^^^^A ^^i&--ir I : ' . M!; i"'il -^^'^li^^^.' slir "" 8 TOBEY ^ v «s*" TO *> T ittswfj^ r -"" i nilii uumunuuL '"* x - 4 «^' « DONALD CURTIS kieen pij, t, GEORGE WORTHING YATES and HAL SMITH • Tecnnicil Effect! 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